(Right Top) The Anchor Shoppe special- izes in new, renewed and consignment furniture. The store also carries Fusion Mineral Paint and offers custom paint- ing services, as well as workshops. (Right Bottom) 138 Broadway will soon be home to Dr. Dale Springer’s optom- etry practice. (Left Bottom) Carrianne Hall, owner of Trinkets Gift Shoppe, is loving her new larger location at 149 Broadway (Left Top) The new office of optometrist Dr. Gary Nelles at 519 Broadway

friendly and the sales so far have been great. I’ve never been in a community that felt like ‘home’ so quickly.” Meanwhile, some of Tillsonburg’s more established retailers are also finding reasons to smile. On November 1, Carrianne Hall moved her family’s 14-year-old gift and home décor business, Trinkets Gift Shoppe, from its cozy home at 148 Broadway to a newly renovated location at 149 Broadway. “So many people have been com-

ing in to see the transformation,” says Hall. “I can’t thank building owners John and Wendy Cameron and Dean Franklin Construction enough for all they’ve done to make this all possible.” The newly expanded Trinkets fea- tures a restored tin ceiling, ten chan- deliers and walls that have been sandblasted to reveal the original yellow brick. The new space pro- vides a perfect backdrop for Hall’s impressive collection of gift and decor items, including works by lo-

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