B-N-B Monuments looks forward to serving county – Published in the Oct. 3-9 edition of the Johnston County Sentinel

This week’s Spotlight is on B-N-B Monuments! This company, located in Mill Creek, Oklahoma, was started by Chase and Garrett (Bud) Beratto, who happen to be first cousins. They opened in February of this year and look forward to many more in Johnston County. Chase also operates Beratto’s Dozer Service.

This business can do anything you need with granite stones, including headstones, markers, and monuments. These entrepreneurs saw a need in the community and wanted to help to serve its citizens. The Berattos are currently working with Mill Creek Public School on creating a monument for the B-17 Formation Training accident that occurred there on February 12, 1944.

B-N-B also supports the community when they get the opportunity. They were sponsors of the 2nd Annual Shoot Out Heart Disease trap shoot. This is an effort led by Tishomingo-native, Wesley Hurst, to bring awareness and raise money for the American Heart Association. They also contributed to local 4-H and FFA chapters during the Johnston County Livestock Show.

B-N-B Monuments is a new, family-owned business that needs our community’s support! They work with area funeral homes and you can learn more about them on Facebook or can reach out to Bud at 580-257-9151 or Chase at 405-385-1082. They truly appreciate their customers and would love to hear about your custom-design needs. They are located on the corner of Cyrus Harris Road and Highway 1 just north of Mill Creek.

Please read next week for a Spotlight on Ruby Ranch Boutique!

We are so excited for the Chickasaw Annual Meeting & Festival and are looking forward to the hustle and bustle, crowds, and festivities! Please be sure to send visitors to the Chickasaw Information Center for festival schedules, refreshments, and souvenirs. Our office also has limited edition Christmas ornaments featuring the Chickasaw National Capitol available for purchase for $15.00. These funds go to the TDT Community Image fund for Tishomingo Christmas decorations.

Please see our feature story in this week’s edition on the 33rd Annual Alfalfa Bill Century Bicycle Ride and register soon! Have an amazing week and please contact us for information on upcoming events, Chamber Bucks, and economic development. We will also be attending the Marshall County Job Fair on October 27th – members can drop off hiring information to us to pass out on your behalf!

-Jordyn Frazier, Executive Director, JCCC