San­taquin Cham­ber of Com­merce wel­comes three new busi­nesses to our com­mu­nity

Serve Daily - - NEWS - By Lorene Moore

The San­taquin Cham­ber of Com­merce wel­comed three new busi­nesses to our com­mu­nity. Cel­e­brat­ing their Rib­bon Cut­ting to­gether; Brumby’s Home­town Cafe, An­der­son & Nielsen- At­tor­neys at Law and Elite Yoshukai Karate bring all kinds of ex­cite­ment to the Crazy Daisy business com­plex.

Brumby’s treated ev­ery­one to free pulled pork, coun­try fried chicken, pump­kin cheese­cake and other de­li­cious items to in­tro­duce guests to their amaz­ing menu.

Elite Yoshukai Karate in­struc­tors shared their fam­ily ap­proach to in­struct with guests, of­fer­ing classes for ev­ery­one and at ev­ery level. As a part of their fam­ily phi­los­o­phy, they of­fer free classes to one par­ent for ev­ery child who is pay­ing for in­struc­tion.

An­der­son & Nielsen are full ser­vice at­tor­neys of­fer­ing es­tate plan­ning, will & trusts, pro­bate, bank­ruptcy, di­vorce, child cus­tody, col­lec­tions and much more. Take a mo­ment, stop in to th­ese new busi­nesses at 340 E. MainS and see what they have to of­fer.

Elyse Miller

Cel­e­brat­ing with a Rib­bon Cut­ting to wel­come three busi­nesses in San­taquin.

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