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Open house and ribbon cutting on June 10 for Moments 2 Cherish

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There will be a ribbon cutting on June 10 at noon at the new Moments 2 Cherish scrapbooking store. The store is located at 25 West Main within the Boyd's Pharmacy building in Castle Dale. Montica Cox is the owner of the new store which sells gifts and scrapbooking supplies. She lives in Huntington and has three children and is married to Mike Cox. "I love being a mom and I love scrapbooking. I love memories. A scrapbook is like a journal. I always write notes in the pages of my kids' scrapbooks so they always know they are cherished. I have taught scrapbooking for 10 years. It has been a dream of mine to have a store. We have paper, stamps, cardstock, kits and everything you need. We plan to have workshops once a month. We have Willowtree products. We have cool hair accessories and necklaces. Our hours are Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 am.-2 p.m. Our grand opening is June 10-11.

"We are excited about our new store. Please support us and help get your creativity going," said Cox.

The Emery County Business Chamber will host the ribbon cutting on June 10 at noon. Join them in welcoming this new business to Emery County.

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