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Photo submitted A new member ribbon cutting was hosted by the chamber of commerce and friends for Annie’s Pizza on Main Street last week.
Photo by Hank Lohmeyer Chamber of commerce officials hosted a new member ribbon cutting for Grand Mesa Creations last week. Owners are Doug Taylor, fourth from left, and his wife, Kim Taylor, second from right. Their daughters Jordan and Abbi, third and fourth from right, also participated.

Officials with the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce, friends and local businesses have welcomed new members to the chamber in ribbon-cutting held in the past week.

Chamber members and other Main Street business owners attended a cutting for Annie's Pizza, 280 Main Street.

Another new business and new chamber member, Grand Mesa Creations, hosted a ribbon cutting last Saturday. The gift, souvenir and speciality store at 1260 S. Grand Mesa Drive (next door to Hong Palace restaurant) is owned by Doug and Kim Taylor.

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