Ribbon-cuttings set for Prosser

Three new businesses opening soon

— The Prosser Chamber of Commerce will host ribbon-cutting ceremonies at three new downtown business downtown.

The Northwest Community Foundation Guild gift shop will reopen tomorrow at 708 Sixth St.

The ribbon-cutting will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

It will be staffed by Guild volunteers.

Planned hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p. m. Monday through Friday.

Gift items and Prosser memorabilia like T-shirts and postcards will be available.

The shop will also have cards and gift-wrapping supplies.

Proceeds benefit a scholarship fund for Prosser students, as well as contribute toward any local families that experience a fetal demise.

A double celebration marking the grand reopening of longstanding downtown hair business Shear Delight and the Filler’ Up Antiques shop is planned for Nov. 15.

Both businesses are in the 1215 Meade Ave. building, which has been remodeled by new owners John and Shelly Dixon.

The couple hopes Shear Delight will continue to be a vital part of the downtown and that Filler’ Up will add additional shopping options for locals and visitors alike.

Shear Delight currently has three stylists Rosie Montelongo Darleen and Manuel Chavez.

Filler’ Up will offer a wide variety of antiques ranging from furniture to small decor items and memorabilia.

John Dixon said he hopes to offer a blend of antiques that will differ from other shops downtown.

An open house at both locations is set for 3-4 p.m. Nov. 15, with the ribbon-cutting ceremony at

3:30 p.m.


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