Another round of ribbon cuttings took place in Tishomingo last Saturday, October 28th for two special locations. The Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge and TREES organization, with Chamber directors and ambassadors (above), celebrated the renovation of Craven Trail and the dock on Dick’s Pond. Joanne Ryan led a “Spooky By Nature” tour, pointing our poison fungi and creepy, crawly insects and arachnids. The Refuge holds fun activities and learning opportunities throughout the year. You can find a list on the Chamber community calendar online. www.johnstoncountyokchamber.com/calendar
Ruby Ranch Boutique, owned by Rylee Rackley, celebrated its grand opening with a ribbon cutting following the events at Craven Trail (below). Ruby Ranch is a women’s boutique with affordable clothing for ladies of all sizes, located at 316 W. Main Street. Stop in or visit them on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/rubyranchboutique/.