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IC Greenhouses hosts retirement party for owner; and customer appreciation day

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Ida Piel of IC Greenhouses smiles down from the balcony, all decked out for Christmas, at the home of Dean and Sonya Watson, for the Ripley Christmas Tour of Homes last year

Staff at IC Greenhouses is hosting a retirement party and customer appreciation day Saturday, Nov. 29, from 

10 a.m. to Noon, at the greenhouses, located about two miles east of Highway 21 on the 6th of Huron-Kinloss.

After 30 years working in her beloved greenhouses, owner/operator Ida Piel is retiring.

Customers, friends and neighbours are invited to wish her well. And she would like to show her appreciation to all her customers who have been so loyal over her 30 years of operation.

Piel encourages customers who have gift certificates to use them up before closing day which is Dec. 20.

She says Kerri Hodgins has purchased five of the greenhouses and anticipates opening "Kerri's Country Gardens" in the spring. She is located on the Southline, between the Ripley Road and Bruce County Road 1.

Ida Piel stands with her favourite Christmas tree, a birch covered in cardinals and red and green trimmings

 Ida Piel of IC Greenhouses stands with a Christmas tree at the home of Murray and Jackie Scott



Ida Piel (L) gets some help in the greenhouse from her granddaughter, Sofie, 3



Ida Piel (C) of IC Greenhouses offers some decorating tips to Allan (L) and Eleanor Rutledge of Kincardine



Owner Ida Piel keeps the plants watered



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