“The sad thing is though, because of the weather and COVID, the contractors have fallen behind about a month. So we should have been back open about the first of the month. So right now, we are just kind of in limbo,” Edwards said.
“People started asking to buy it, so we bought a concession trailer and parked it most days before we owned the building,” he said.
“We really are desperate for people who are interested, so if people have ever thought about being a foster parent, now is really the time that we need you. There’s a lot of children being placed and then removed from foster home to foster home and they need those services right now,” said Heath.
“We're running out of asphalt season, and we're told by the asphalt company that they expect to stay open again next week and then the plant will close and then we can't get the asphalt," said Ridenour.
“There were so many things that I wish I had bought. There are some really cool pieces and everyone is so talented. I ended up going with the Heart drop, it's honestly one of my favorites. I love being able to support my classmates.” Hauser said.
Weather Forecaster Noah Gordon is tracking a brief warm-up today before cool, dry air enters the region for the rest of the week.
“We are a locally owned business so it helps the local economy more than the big box stores do. Also you get much more personal service. We care about our customers and we do everything we can to make them happy,” said Derek Edwards, a local business owner.
Weather Forecaster Eric Segbor is tracking warmer temperatures along with more rain for tomorrow.