Two local businesses ceremonially opened with ribbon-cutting hosted by Hillsboro Chamber

The Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce hosted two ribbon-cuttings for new area businesses in recent days. LEFT PHOTO: Supporters gathered at 112 S. Main St. for The Shops at Kessler’s, managed by Joni Calam (with the scissors) with several contributing business partners. On Monday morning, Chamber supporters and family members cut the ribbon on the new Tranquility Massage, located at 2041 Kansas Highway 186 near Lehigh. Denaye Dies (with scissors) is the owner/operator of the newly completed facility. Pictured with her are father-in-law Ron Dies, husband Ron Dies Jr., Cynthia Fleming, Joel Klaassen and Verlenia Hall, Chamber office manager.

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