It’s hard to believe the season is nearly half over already. If you haven’t yet spent vacation and time with your family and friends, it’s time to get moving. Organize that backyard shindig, make that trip to the beach, or head to the scenic mountains for some rest and relaxation. We’re not getting any younger, and the kids will be grown and gone in a few years. It’s time to make some beautiful memories.
In this issue we welcome back both old and new friends. First, a warm welcome to Amy Tyler, owner of Finnegan Farms, LLC. She grows her own hemp and produces high-quality organic CBD oils, muscle rubs, and pet treats. Quality and purity are essential basics of her products, and she believes customer education on purity is essential to understanding this emerging market. You’ll find her store in the Lancaster Marketplace on Fruitville Pike, next to Panera Bread. Amy invites you to stop in and check out their many CBD products and organic pet treats. The marketplace is open Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, so check the schedule before you visit.
And a big welcome-back to old friend Finch Jewelers, who relocated their store to the Shoppes at Belmont on the Fruitville Pike, in the new shopping center. They customcraft jewelry and made several pieces of funerary jewelry for me and my children to memorialize the passing of my late husband, Joe, almost 14 years ago. These treasured pieces of jewelry will be passed on to grandchildren in the coming years. Their custom, one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces are unique and will memorialize an event or someone you love. Jessica, the owner, welcomes you to stop by and see their unique capabilities.
Remember to thank our servicemen and servicewomen who are away from their families throughout the year. Freedom is not free! It takes a vigilant military to safeguard our way of life.
Thank you for being the most important part of our business, and have a wonderful summer!
We’ll see you in September.