Emery County Business Chamber helps Cindi Avery celebrate the grand opening of her new store in Cleveland. Daine Behling vice chairman, Emery County Commissioner Ethan Migliori, Marissa Killpack, Cindi Avery, Brodie, Kayen and Swaizee, Chelsey, Julie Jones, chamber chairman and Jenene Hansen, chamber secretary.
Cindi's Country Store held a ribbon cutting ceremony on April 19.
Cindi said we want to create a country store atmosphere, where you can come in and say hi to your friends and neighbors.
The store provides convenience, groceries, gas and hardware.
Cindi will have homemade hot food, such as soup, burritos and Navajo tacos as well as daily specials. She and her daughters, Marissa and Chelsey have been working hard to remodel the store and still have some work to do. The hours are Monday - Saturday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. You can like them on Facebook at Lil Country store.
It's worth the trip to Cleveland to stop in at Cindi's for lunch and to see what small town living has to offer.
Stop at Cindi's before you head to the desert. The store is conveniently located at the four-way stop on Main Street in Cleveland.