Life in our Foothills latest editionPublished 4:32pm Thursday, December 27, 2012
The latest issue of Life in Our Foothills hit the streets yesterday afternoon and we are excited to share with you the stories of 5 local entrepreneurs, successful business owners with strong community ties.
On the cover you will meet, if you haven’t already, Stan Yoder, the owner of Open Road Coffeehouse. The photo taken by local photographer Eric Olsen captures Yoder’s warm smile and inviting personality, which are a part of Yoder’s success.
We’ll also introduce you to Martha Graber of Cool Mama Bakery, Kim & Rich Nelson, the owners of Skyuka Fine Art Gallery, Matt Troyer, of Foothills Amish Furniture; and the amazing Tawana Weicker, former Polk County High School teacher turned creator of biodiesel cleaning solutions, Warhorse and Be Kind Solutions.
Of course there is much more inside the pages of Life in Our Foothills, ever tried a sea-salt brownie? If so, you probably already know Virginia McClure of Dark Corner Diner. If not, we have to tell you these mouth-watering morsels are not to be missed. You’ll want to read all about it on page 44 of the January issue, and find out where you can get some.
Other featured local celebrities include Josh Owen’s, local tv personality of Discovery channel’s “Moonshiners”, Dr. Joseph Fox the president of the Friendship Council, and new Tryon resident, Margaret Freeman, senior dressage judge at the Grand Prix level. For these stories and more be sure to pick up a copy of the January issue of Life in Our Foothills.
Have a story you would like to see us cover, send us an email at betty.ramsey@tryondailybulletin.