Growing Businesses in our Town
In might be the middle of winter and everything looks a bit dreary but there are still things a movin' and a shakin' in the Tobacco Valley.
Main Street Variety is expanding into a new space directly across from Montana Market. The corner retail space on the south end of the building will give them a brighter look and a new layout for all the treasures that they sell. At the north end of the building, Fosters Fitness is also expanding. They will double the space they currently have which means beside the equipment, they will have ample room for their karate and Zumba classes. Foster's Fitness had been a women's only gym until December when they went co-ed. The increase in new members makes the additional space ideal. There will be room for working on weights and the elliptical as well as doing the circuit. And next to Foster's Fitness is Elrod Chiropractic...just in case you overdo that exercise or just want another component to maintain a healthy and balanced life style. So the next time you are downtown, stop by these businesses in their new spaces across from Montana Market to see all they have to offer. You might just end up getting a gift for someone special at Main Street Variety and signing up for a month's membership at Foster's Fitness.
About the Author: Rita Collins. I am a believer in the power of community and for now I call the Tobacco Valley home. I have lived in nine states and three counties and this community here amazes me - how people reach out to neighbors and even travelers. I've never lived in a place that demonstrates people caring for each other so well. And I've never lived in a place that has such a high percentage of talented musicians and artists. I work with the the Sunburst Community Service Foundation, a nonprofit that began in Eureka twenty years ago and now serves numerous communities in western Montana. And I just started a new business, St. Rita's Amazing Traveling Bookstore and Textual Apothecary. I never could have imagined life being this exciting in my sixth decade.