Business briefs

Monday, October 15, 2001

Southeast Missouri

Cape Girardeau

Offices Unlimited Inc. has opened at 2129 William St. The CEO is Sally LeGrand.

Farmington

Gray Counseling Services LLC has opened at 114 East Liberty St. The owner is Kristie Gray.

Thurman, Shinn & Co. has opened at 134 Westmount Drive. The owners are Lee Thurman and Greg Shinn.

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Thurman, Shinn & Co., Life Changes, Friends of the Family, Belgrade State Bank, American Heart Association, Farmington License Office.

Jackson

The Embroidery Barn has moved to 2370 N. High St. The owner is Chris Mantz.

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Curves For Women, Farrow Fabricating, House Doctors, Jackson Machine & Manufacturing, Select-A-Style, Garrett Sparks DDS, Spin City CDs, Straightway Farm Service, Area Wide United Way, Adela Moore.

Kennett

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Christy's Furniture, Auto Zone.

Poplar Bluff

G&R Monument Co. has opened on Highway 60 East, across from Riggs Wholesale Supply. The owner is Roy Gillihan.

Tina's American Hairlines, a styling salon, has opened on Highway 67 South. The owner is Tina Thompson.

Scott City

Xtreme RC Hobbies and Collectibles has opened at 414 Missosuri Blvd. The owner is Brian Rogers.

Sikeston

New members of the Chamber of Commerce are Designs & Blinds.com, Enchantments, Business Research Institute.

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