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Jump N' Jacks opens with fun for whole family
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Jump N Jacks owner and operator Wayne Jackson, with the help of his daughters April Addison, left, and Rachel New, cut the ceremonial ribbon Friday to mark the grand opening of the family fun center on Interchange Drive. (Katie McGurl)

Jump N’ Jacks, Richmond Hill’s new family fun center, held a ribbon cutting Friday afternoon to kick off its grand opening celebration.

In his introduction, owner Wayne Jackson recognized and thanked everyone involved in helping to establish the business.

After the national anthem and prayer invocation, ribbons were cut by local civic leaders – including Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler, state Sen. Buddy Carter, state Rep. Ron Stephens, Bryan County Commission Chairman Jimmy Burnsed, former Richmond Hill Mayor Richard Davis – and Jump N’ Jacks management.

For more, pick up a copy of the May 7 edition of the News.

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