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Garden center opens on Cherokee Street
Elmgrens ribbon cut
Elmgrens Services Garden Center owners Greg Elmgren and Joy Dunigan, center and center right, cut the ribbon on their new business Friday morning. Also with them are Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber of Commerce members Linda Barker and Sheila Page-Doney, ends, and Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler, second from left. - photo by Photo provided.

Elmgren’s Services Garden Center cut the ribbon on its new location Friday, kicking off a weekend of grand-opening events.
The center, located at 30 Cherokee St. on Highway 144 in Richmond Hill, also hosted a “mini-reception” for Arts on the Coast artists Friday, and it included drinks and light appetizers. Visitors registered for raffle items — including $50 gift certificates and a fire-pit kit provided by Low Country Pavers. Halloween treats were handed out to children in attendance.
Saturday’s grand opening celebration began at 9 a.m. and provided attendees with an opportunity to meet vendors such as Low Country Pavers and GroSouth. Bryan County News columnist and Georgia Extension Agent Dr. Don Gardner hosted a question-and-answer session and did planting demonstrations.
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