Ribbon cuttings…

The Meeker Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new Smoking River Studio Arts business at 627 Main St. in downtown Meeker. It is a juried, member-owned and operated artisan cooperative that operates as a gallery and studio. The business was the brain child of Jill and Dale Dunbar with the help of several other residents. Present for the ribbon cutting were, from left to right: Allison Kobald, chamber executive director Stephanie Kobald, artist Tony Francis, artist Steve Gamba, artist Cindy Rholl, artist Ted Relihan, artist Stephanie Gamba, photographer Dale Hallebach, artist Kathy Mayburry, artist Jaclyn Hafkenshiel, Cindy Welle, Jill Dunbar, young Jackson Dunbar, Dale Dunbar, artist Pat Sheeran-Daggett, Jere Taylor and chamber president Diana Jones.
The Meeker Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Thursday evening for the grand opening of Identity Graphics, located at 640 Main St. in Meeker. The company, which specializes in specialty printing of signs, banners and decals as well as specialty graphic design, is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The phone number is 970-878-3103. Present for the ribbon cutting, from left to right, were: chamber board President Diana Jones, Dawn Jastrom (chamber), Carly Thomson (Identity Graphics), JoAnn Goss-Gardner (chamber), Hyram Seely, owner Dan Seely, David Seely, owner Ashleigh Seely holding Johnathan Seely, Dan Seely, Cheryl Browning, Eva Jean Seely and chamber Executive Director Stephanie Kobald. In the front row, from left, are Quinn Thomson, Ollie Thomson and Liam Thomson. Dan and Ashleigh Seely also own Identity Graphics in Craig as well as a number of other businesses.
The Meeker Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting Thursday evening for the grand opening of Identity Graphics, located at 640 Main St. in Meeker. The company, which specializes in specialty printing of signs, banners and decals as well as specialty graphic design, is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The phone number is 970-878-3103. Present for the ribbon cutting, from left to right, were: chamber board President Diana Jones, Dawn Jastrom (chamber), Carly Thomson (Identity Graphics), JoAnn Goss-Gardner (chamber), Hyram Seely, owner Dan Seely, David Seely, owner Ashleigh Seely holding Johnathan Seely, Dan Seely, Cheryl Browning, Eva Jean Seely and chamber Executive Director Stephanie Kobald. In the front row, from left, are Quinn Thomson, Ollie Thomson and Liam Thomson. Dan and Ashleigh Seely also own Identity Graphics in Craig as well as a number of other businesses.
The Meeker Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new Smoking River Studio Arts business at 627 Main St. in downtown Meeker. It is a juried, member-owned and operated artisan cooperative that operates as a gallery and studio. The business was the brain child of Jill and Dale Dunbar with the help of several other residents. Present for the ribbon cutting were, from left to right: Allison Kobald, chamber executive director Stephanie Kobald, artist Tony Francis, artist Steve Gamba, artist Cindy Rholl, artist Ted Relihan, artist Stephanie Gamba, photographer Dale Hallebach, artist Kathy Mayburry, artist Jaclyn Hafkenshiel, Cindy Welle, Jill Dunbar, young Jackson Dunbar, Dale Dunbar, artist Pat Sheeran-Daggett, Jere Taylor and chamber president Diana Jones.
The Meeker Chamber of Commerce held a grand opening and ribbon cutting for the new Smoking River Studio Arts business at 627 Main St. in downtown Meeker. It is a juried, member-owned and operated artisan cooperative that operates as a gallery and studio. The business was the brain child of Jill and Dale Dunbar with the help of several other residents. Present for the ribbon cutting were, from left to right: Allison Kobald, chamber executive director Stephanie Kobald, artist Tony Francis, artist Steve Gamba, artist Cindy Rholl, artist Ted Relihan, artist Stephanie Gamba, photographer Dale Hallebach, artist Kathy Mayburry, artist Jaclyn Hafkenshiel, Cindy Welle, Jill Dunbar, young Jackson Dunbar, Dale Dunbar, artist Pat Sheeran-Daggett, Jere Taylor and chamber president Diana Jones.