More new businesses welcomed into Saugeen Shores

In a morning flurry of ribbon cutting on Thursday (Aug. 26), Saugeen Shores Mayor Luke Charbonneau and members of the Chamber of Commerce, once again welcomed new businesses into the community.

First stop along the welcome trail was at Edward Jones Investment branch located in the new plaza at the north end of Port Elgin.

(L) Kim Follis, Lisa Seeley (Branch Administrator), Chamber President Steve Harris, Mayor Luke Charbonneau, owner Michelle Kay-Scott, Phil Scott and Bernice Ribey

Next on the agenda, was to welcome new lawyer/solicitor, Michaela Atherton from Toronto to the community.

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Travelling south on Goderich Street, it was a flight ‘To the Moon’ cafe where Mayor Luke Charbonneau welcomed owners Gord and Connie Morton to Port Elgin.

(L) Steve Harris (Chamber Pres.), Michelle Kay-Scott (Chamber Director), Heather Beckerley, owners Gord and Connie Morton, Mayor Luke Charbonneau and Bernice Ribey
Traditional plant presented to owners by Mayor Luke Charbonneau

Then, last but not least, was a stop at the M&M Food Market where new owners Glen and Cheryl Miller were welcomed as part of the business community.

                    M&M owners and staff, Chamber of Commerce members and Saugeen Shores Mayor

“It’s an exciting time when we can welcome four more new businesses into our growing community,” said Mayor Luke Charbonneau.