Able 2 recognizes employee service

Thirteen employees of Able 2 Products Company in Cassville were recognized for milestone employment anniversaries at a company-wide meeting on November 8th. In business since 1972, Able 2 Products Company sells lights and accessories to police, emergency and utility markets under the SHO-ME trademark. Company vice-president Caleb Buntin awarded gifts and certificates of appreciation to the honorees. Front row, from left: Kristin Stettnisch, 15 years; Kathy White, 15 years; Patricia Stringer, 10 years; Oralia Casas, 15 years; and Ashley Henderson, 20 years. Back row: Kathy Stansberry, 40 years; Arletta Donald, 35 years; Fred Davis, Jr., 15 years; Chantel Oberg, 10 years; and Joe Baxley, 20 years. Not pictured: Janet Boys, 5 years; Lea Hill, 15 years; and Sara Fink, 15 years. Able 2 Products is located at 804 East Highway 248 in Cassville.
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Holy Grounds opens in Cassville

Family, friends and Cassville Chamber board members gathered for the ribbon cutting of Holy Grounds, Cassville’s newest sandwich and coffee shop, on July 14 at 11:30 a.m. Front row, from left: Julie McCorkle, Maria West, Joyce Holt, Pauline Deiner, Allison Burrescia, Madi Burrescia, Margo Bunch, Powers Bunch and Tucker McCorkle. Vicky Abraham/
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New owners take over Sports World

Mitch and Amanda Sorensen cut the ribbon as the new owner of Sports World. Others attending the Cassville Area Chamber of Commerce event on July 7 were: Allison Sorensen, Jozee Sorensen, Zaylee Sorensen, Dawnee Sorensen, Marisa Hackett, Amber Uthe, Sharon Wilson and Kelli Reed. Sports World celebrated its new ownership with a customer appreciation open house and ribbon cutting. Vicky Abraham/
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Hare leaps to real estate loan office

Security Bank of Southwest Missouri announces the promotion of Christie Hare to real estate loan officer. Christie has 27 years of banking experience with Security Bank. She is a graduate of Cassville High School and has spent her entire banking career with Security Bank. “We are excited to see Christie move into a lending role with the bank,” said Jon Horner, President of Security Bank. “Christie’s vast experience in the loan department and working with our wonderful customers make her a perfect fit as a real estate lender.” Vicky Abraham/
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