Stanford businesses cut the ribbon
STANFORD – Two Stanford businesses cut the ribbon as community members gathered to welcome them to the city.
Ruff to Pawfect Pet Salon
A day of food, fun and of course, pets, was planned by Ruff to Pawfect Pet Salon owner Dillon Roberts who recently moved his pet grooming business from Crab Orchard to Stanford.
The salon, now located on Lancaster Street in Stanford, officially opened Sept. 12 but a small crowd gathered Saturday to walk through the newly renovated salon, check out classic cars and visit with local veterinarians offering $5 rabies vaccinations. The open house and ribbon cutting also featured an adoption event and wellness examinations for pets.
SO YOU KNOW:
Ruff to Pawfect Pet Salon is located at 503 Lancaster Street in Stanford. Pet stylist Dillon Roberts can be reached by phone at (859) 353-2485 or by email at email@example.com. The salon is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and offers dog grooming, pet styling, boarding and hair design.
Katie Lou’s Photography
The pet salon wasn’t the only business welcomed to Stanford last week as Katie Lou’s Photography cut the red ribbon in celebration last Thursday.
The studio located right off Main Street is owned by professional photographer Katie Blanton. While Katie Lou’s Photography officially opened its doors in Stanford Sept. 8, Blanton has operated out of Waynesburg for nearly 16 years.
Blanton said when the opportunity to move to Stanford came about, she was excited to give it a shot.
Katie Lou’s offers a full service photography experience from newborn and family portraits to wedding events and student portraits.
SO YOU KNOW:
Katie Lou’s Photography is located at 105 Lancaster Street in Stanford. For more information call (606) 510-0553 or visit online at www.katielousphotography.com.
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