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Posted5/29/2022 1:00 AM

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The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting for La Borra Café, 204 South Washington Street in Naperville . The ceremony  was  facilitated with ambassadors and community members, as well as civic leaders.   Mayor Chirico welcomed La Borra Café to the community and Christina Caton Kitchel, Chairman of the Board of the NACC thanked Glenn Johnson, Operations Manager USA for becoming a member of the chamber.
The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting for La Borra Café, 204 South Washington Street in Naperville . The ceremony was facilitated with ambassadors and community members, as well as civic leaders. Mayor Chirico welcomed La Borra Café to the community and Christina Caton Kitchel, Chairman of the Board of the NACC thanked Glenn Johnson, Operations Manager USA for becoming a member of the chamber.
The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting  for Schlotzsky's, 3056 Anna Marie Lane in Naperville. The event was facilitated with ambassadors and community members, as well as civic leaders. Mayor Steve Chirico welcomed Veda and Srikanth to the Naperville Business Community and thanked them for choosing and investing in Naperville.
The Naperville Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting for Schlotzsky's, 3056 Anna Marie Lane in Naperville. The event was facilitated with ambassadors and community members, as well as civic leaders. Mayor Steve Chirico welcomed Veda and Srikanth to the Naperville Business Community and thanked them for choosing and investing in Naperville.
The Batavia Chamber of Commerce celebrated the new Batavia location for AIM Physical Therapy with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on  May 19. When looking to expand to a second site, the four licensed physical therapists who own AIM Physical Therapy chose 1605 W. Wilson St., Suite 119. Batavia Mayor Jeffery Schielke presided over the celebration, along with the owners of AIM Physical Therapy and Batavia employees Kellie Knox PT and Rose Analitis PT. Owners are Lisa Kuchar PT, Susan Johnson PT, Patricia Megchelsen PT and DeeDee Loughary PT. Among the well-wishers were Batavia Chamber President and CEO Margaret Perreault and Shirley Mott, chamber communications and membership coordinator. Also present were Lori Botterman, City of Batavia; and Anthony Isom, City of Batavia, along with chamber ambassadors, clients, and friends.
The Batavia Chamber of Commerce celebrated the new Batavia location for AIM Physical Therapy with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 19. When looking to expand to a second site, the four licensed physical therapists who own AIM Physical Therapy chose 1605 W. Wilson St., Suite 119. Batavia Mayor Jeffery Schielke presided over the celebration, along with the owners of AIM Physical Therapy and Batavia employees Kellie Knox PT and Rose Analitis PT. Owners are Lisa Kuchar PT, Susan Johnson PT, Patricia Megchelsen PT and DeeDee Loughary PT. Among the well-wishers were Batavia Chamber President and CEO Margaret Perreault and Shirley Mott, chamber communications and membership coordinator. Also present were Lori Botterman, City of Batavia; and Anthony Isom, City of Batavia, along with chamber ambassadors, clients, and friends.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, along with Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns honored Country Naturals, 316 Campbell St., Geneva celebrating 30 years in business on May 20. Owners and sisters Deb Hilton and Sue Hadley started this business 30 years ago when their children began elementary school.  For more information on this business visit https://www.facebook.com/CountryNaturals.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce, along with Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns honored Country Naturals, 316 Campbell St., Geneva celebrating 30 years in business on May 20. Owners and sisters Deb Hilton and Sue Hadley started this business 30 years ago when their children began elementary school. For more information on this business visit https://www.facebook.com/CountryNaturals.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a business After Hours at Mill Race Cyclery, 11 E. State St., Geneva on May 24.  Over 40 people enjoyed food, drink, networking and having the opportunity to ride electric bikes, with other chamber members.
The Geneva Chamber of Commerce held a business After Hours at Mill Race Cyclery, 11 E. State St., Geneva on May 24. Over 40 people enjoyed food, drink, networking and having the opportunity to ride electric bikes, with other chamber members.
Philosopher's Stone Apothecary had its ribbon tying and grand opening on May 15. Located at  160 W. Campbell Street in Arlington Heights, The Philosopher's Stone Apothecary is your modern-day apothecary. Pictured: Christopher Bonk,  Trustee Nicolle Grasse, Mayor Tom Hayes, Giovanni Gullo, Owner Virginia  Gullo-Ciaccio, Trustee Robin LaBedz,  Trustee Mary Beth Canty, Trustee Richard Baldino, Therapist Maricris Calica, and Veronica Ciaccio.
Philosopher's Stone Apothecary had its ribbon tying and grand opening on May 15. Located at 160 W. Campbell Street in Arlington Heights, The Philosopher's Stone Apothecary is your modern-day apothecary. Pictured: Christopher Bonk, Trustee Nicolle Grasse, Mayor Tom Hayes, Giovanni Gullo, Owner Virginia Gullo-Ciaccio, Trustee Robin LaBedz, Trustee Mary Beth Canty, Trustee Richard Baldino, Therapist Maricris Calica, and Veronica Ciaccio.
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