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“Entrepreneurs deserve all the credit – plain and simple. They’re the ones putting in the long hours, building their product, providing the services, and most importantly – taking the big chances,” said LaRose. “With great resolve, Ohioans have stood in the face of unpredictable headwinds and sent a loud and clear message to the nation – I want to do business in Ohio.”
Those looking to start a new business should take advantage of quick-and-easy online filing through Ohio Business Central by visiting OhioBusinessCentral.gov. You can also contact the CEP by visiting cepohio.com or calling (937)653-7200. Champaign County is OPEN for business!
Ohio entrepreneurs can visit OhioSoS.gov/BusinessResources to discover the helpful opportunities available to them that can help them start and grow their business.
NOTE: New business filings are classified as forms filed with the Ohio Secretary of State that declare the formation of a business entity, including for-profit, non-profit and professional corporations, limited liability companies, partnerships, limited partnerships and limited liability partnerships. Filing as a business in Ohio does not guarantee the company will begin operations, be profitable or create jobs.
Dave and Nancy built an incredible business centered on quality service, honesty, and integrity. Father and son Lenny and Ryan are honored and excited to be continuing the Spain’s tradition.
If you are a current Spain’s customer, you will see lots of familiar faces as the entire Spain’s staff is staying on. Ryan and Lenny are both area residents and have been running Little Black Dogg LLC, located on State Route 296 in Cable for the past 4 years. Lenny is an accomplished business owner and vehicle rebuilder. Ryan is a UNOH graduate with an associates degree in Diesel technology and an experienced certified diesel technician.
Please stop by and meet the new owners and be on the lookout for expanded services including Diesel truck repair and body shop services! Visit their Facebook page at Spain's Service Center or at www.littleblackdogg.com.
All day itinerary:
10:00am Many local shops will open
11:00am Food trucks and street vendors will open
11:00am– 7:00pm DJ K-Stock will be playing holiday music all day
11:00am– 5:30pm Carolers and Holiday Hostesses will be strolling
4:00pm Carriage and trolley rides begin *they will stop at 5:30 to participate in the parade. Rides will resume after the parade until 8:00 p.m.
5:00pm Community caroling in the Park
5:30pm Tree Lighting Ceremony in Legacy Park, caroling
6:30pm Holiday Horse Parade begins
The following local businesses will have extended hours, and several are planning special events for the day:
Carmazzi’s Candy & General Store
Carriage House Salon- get your Santa Dos from 3:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. then go to Serina Ann Photography, both will be open to help with great memories
In Good Taste Market
Let’s Eat Cake
Montego Designs Unlimited
Oxner’s General Store (Santa Land Location)
The Merchant- from 10am-8pm a "Secret Santa Shop" will be stocked with $1-$5 gifts for kids to come shop for everyone on their lists- moms, grandmas, dads, grandpas, siblings, friends, even pets! They will get to wrap each item in a bag and gift tag at the time of purchase. Around 5:30 they’ll be passing out FREE glow necklaces to any child that comes to 112 N Main St and we will have cool fiber optic wands for sale.
The Shop Around the Corner
The Episcopal Church of the Epiphany- Carols, Candles and Cocoa, beginning at 5pm
Champaign County Youth Choir
The following Food Trucks will be in the Square:
Schmidt’s Sausage Truck
Cumberland Kettle Corn
DOOGS, including their famous mini donuts
Tommy’s Double Barrel BBQ
Mom Andrasik’s (Hungarian Cabbage Rolls)
Visit their website at http://champaignfamilyymca.org. Bidding will be under the auction tab. Stop in and see the YMCA staff where they will help you make your bid!
Preview date is Friday, December 3rd at 3pm and the auction is from Saturday, December 4th at 9am to Monday, December 13th at 6pm!
For questions or concerns please email:
Zackery Huff- firstname.lastname@example.org
Polly Long- email@example.com
Mike Henson- firstname.lastname@example.org
Melanie Bahan- email@example.com
The new branch location will be in the old Sonic drive-through in front of Walmart
They have been looking to expand their operations for the past 5-10 years and have looked at many different locations south and west of St. Paris. The growth they have seen in Urbana is what attracted them to the area. They believe this will be an opportunity to offer an alternative banking solution to the residents of Urbana. They want to be able to serve existing Urbana area customers and offer financial services to new customers in the area.
First Central National Bank has been serving Champaign County since 1880. Their goal is to be the community bank you can count on, and they are excited to be able to better serve the Urbana area. They are hoping to have renovations compete in the spring of 2022.
You can follow their progress and see updates on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FCNBSP.