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Kent Women in Business

Beth Budzar

Scribbles Coffee Co.
237 N. Water St.
(330) 346-0337
scribblescoffeecompany.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2007

 2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My favorite quote from Sylvester Stallone : “what i lack in talent I make up for with sheer determination”
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
A cardamom latte with oat milk 🙂

Bridget Tipton

Bell Tower Brewing Company
310 Park Ave.
(330) 663-2355
belltowerbrewing.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2021
 
2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My family is ridiculously supportive, especially Ryan. Being involved in the community through the Kent Jaycees helped me to see how operating a business in this City was both possible and exciting. I owe a lot to the way my design education shapes my way of thinking. I learned how beneficial the design process is to a lot of problems in life and business. I am deeply committed to the idea that there is a creative solution to every problem.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
A gluten-reduced Bell Tower beer, of course!
 
4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
I’m also an interior design and soon-to-be architect in Kent.

Amy Mucha

Daisy Pops
154 N. Water St.
(330) 931-1347
daisypops.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2018

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My mother-in-law bought me a cake pop book back in 2010, and I’ve been popping ever since (although especially this past year since retiring from my full time teaching job to live the full time pop life). Since Daisy Pops is named after my daughter, I especially always want to be a good example to her of a woman who can 1) run a business well, 2) always be there for her family, and 3) be kind and loving while doing all of the above! My husband Nate has been a huge support and encouragement to me as a fellow (and more seasoned) business owner, and my team of pop artists is a constant source of inspiration, help, and friendship.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Amaretto Sour, please and thank you.

4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me in the past 5 years, “Amy, when are you going to quit teaching and do cake popping full time?” and I rolled my eyes in response, I would be a rich person. I was completely content teaching high school math at my alma mater CVCA and making cake pops as a side hustle. But then Covid hit, stripping away all my favorite parts of teaching and making individually wrapped treats really POPular. After many months of discussions, prayers, and tears, I made the tough choice to retire from teaching and take on full time cake popping. No regrets so far, as our team of a dozen pop artists produced over 113,000 cake pops last year and show no signs of slowing down!

Natasha Bastrakov

Kwench Juice Cafe
100 E. Erie St.
(330) 302-1682
kentjuiceshop.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2021

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I always wanted to open a healthy juice bar , selling only natural products, like fresh squeezed juices, smoothies, açaí bowls , salads and soups

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Fresh squeezed juice

4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
Health is most important thing in our life . You are – what you eat.

Jackie Smigel

Open Arms Adoptions
11 River St.
(330) 697-4751
openarmsadopt.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2015

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My passion for helping to create families and, most importantly, help kids to realize their right to grow up in families is what keeps me going. I was lucky enough to have a strong mother and several wise women as mentors along the way.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Unsweetened iced tea or Pinot Grigio

Molly Aubuchon

Kent Cycle
115 Lake St.
(330) 677-0600
kentcycle.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2012

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
Originally, I came to Kent for college. After graduation I moved away for a couple of years. Kent’s charm drew me back when it was time to buy our first home. While the kids were small, I operated a home daycare and sold treats at the Haymaker Farmers’ Market. It was through these jobs that I met many wonderful Kent Families and developed a strong community connection. In 2012 Stefan opened Kent Cycle. Although it was a difficult decision, I closed the daycare and food business to switch gears completely. Kent Cycle will turn 10 this year. We wouldn’t be where we are today without all of our strong family and community support.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Bourbon

Cass McKay

McKay Bricker Framing & Black Squirrel Gifts
141 E. Main St.
(330) 673-5058
mckaybricker.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
1984

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I bought an existing business in 1984, which came with my first employee, Pat Wise, who guided me through my first year. We remain friends to this day. Another boost was cheap rent! Another big boost was hiring Jennifer Eddy 20 years ago.She was a quick study and her skill, talent and dedication took the business to a higher level. We have enjoyed great support from this community through it all.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
I’ll take a glass of Cabernet, thanks!

Rosi Peruyero Noden

The Battleground Taproom & Mexican Kitchen
425 Cherry St.
(330) 548-9019
battlegroundbar.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?

I opened the Battleground Taproom and Mexican Kitchen in early 2020. But I also own and operate Brocade Upholstery, formerly Lane’s Upholstery which is one of the longest serving upholstery shops in the Kent area. I took over that business in 2012.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
In Mexico, my grandmother was an entrepreneur. She owned two grocery stores, a restaurant, cows, and land where she grew mangos and fruit to sell. I remember as a little girl working in her store and watching her with customers. She was an amazing business person and modeled for me how women can lead and create. The journey for me was long to owning a business and I did many things before opening an upholstery shop ten years ago and then the Battleground two years ago. The Battleground opened up six weeks before the pandemic and it has been a wild few years. I stay inspired and motivated when I see people enjoying what we’ve created, tasting something that they have never been exposed to, or just enjoying each other on a nice day on the patio.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
I am happy with whatever drink you would buy me! But I do like tequila or mezcal.

Courtney Watt

Franklin School of Dance
152 N. Water St.
(330) 673-5419
franklinschoolofdance.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
The business started in 1936. I bought the business in June of 2011.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I started dancing at Franklin School of Dance at age 3, and started teaching there after graduating high school and receiving my teaching certification through Dance Masters of America. In 2011, the previous owner was ready to retire and pass the torch. I knew early on that I wanted to own my own dance studio someday and here was my opportunity. In the summer of 2011, I bought the business. I have had a lot of help along the way. Over that first summer, my aunt would meet me at the studio every day to help with giving the studio a makeover. She helped with cleaning, painting, small repairs, and decorating. My husband has helped with program design, slideshows, and music editing for our recitals. My sister has been my website and T-shirt designer. My parents have been taking tickets and handing out programs at every recital. It is definitely a family-run business.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Vodka soda

Shannon Zemba

Over Easy at the Depot
152 Franklin Ave.
(330) 678-8800
overeasymorningcafe.com

Twin Lakes Tavern
7508 OH-43
(330) 678-8946
twinlakestavernkent.com

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?
Over Easy at the Depot 2019 and Twin Lakes Tavern 2020.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My mom she taught me everything I know about the customer service industry. She owned hotels and restaurants with my stepfather in St. Croix and St, Thomas U.S.V.I. unfortunately I lost my mom to cancer in 2014 so she never got to see my restaurants. I also contribute a lot to my husband, Chad he is a huge supporter in everyday activities with the restaurants. I am in process of training my daughter, Rayanne to one day take over, Over Easy At The Depot.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Tequila

Emily Ulm

Emu Tiles
(330) 474-9030
emutile.com

1. When did your business open in Kent?
I started Emu Tile in 2004 when I was 24 and I have been doing it ever since. The business has grown along with me.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My first experience with ceramics was at Kent City Schools, thanks to my elementary art teacher, Karl Marin and my high school teacher Ken Gessford. I think my mom still has the items I made in those classes! Later, in college, I learned tile making from artist Donna Webb, an accomplished tile artist who wisely emphasized the business aspect of being an artist. I am lucky to have had so many great teachers, as well as many other supportive and creative people in my life, particularly my husband, Darrell, and my parents, Bob and Camille. And I am also lucky to live in such a fabulous little town that supports and appreciates my work, especially since the completion of the chimney swift habitat restoration project last year. It is a tower downtown that was built specifically to house chimney swifts, and it features my tiles! Most of the tiles I make and sell still ship out of state, but ever since the swift tower went up, I have really been feeling the hometown love.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Kombucha

Annie Flaherty

Envisage Group
136 N. Water St.
(330) 673-0393
envisagegroup.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2000
 
2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
When I really think about it, I spent my earlier career years working for several small business entrepreneurs in many industries (banking, real estate, insurance). It wasn’t until I read Julia Cameron’s “The Artist’s Way” did I come to realize I was probably “a blocked” entrepreneur – staying in close proximity but never taking that leap. There’s little risk but also little reward. It was the advent of the internet that really helped me make that leap. As someone who took care of the ‘early’ technical/administrative areas of a small business for others, it gave me an opportunity to start a small website building business. (As we have found, it was the also the beginning of allowing a form of ‘work from anywhere’). My business grew from there with my partner stepping in full-time a few years later. We slowing expanded our portfolio of offerings and clients. I would say several of my good friends and my daughters (all powerful women in their own right) have been my inspiration. Most of them have had the same zig-zag of getting to the point of realizing they could work just as hard for themselves as they do for others while still taking care of others.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Depends on the time of day 😉 Coffee, black in the morning. A sparkling water most of the week; and, a beer is lovely on a summer evening in Kent.

Pam Petrus

Diversa Advertising
138 E. Main St.
(330) 673-6763
diversainc.com

1. When did your business open in Kent?
Diversa’s story began in 1979.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I am where I am today working hard to meet my goals, perseverence, sacrifice and never giving up on my dreams for the agency and its future. My family, many of my clients and my faith inspired me and gave me strength to get through the hard times and move forward with a positive attitude for success.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
A nice smooth glass of Cabernet Sauvignon

Stacey Lasher

GRAZERS
123 N. Water St.
(330) 968-6612
grazerskent.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
GRAZERS opened in 2015
 
2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?

My first job was working as a dishwasher in a pizza shop when I was 14. The owner recognized my entrepreneurial spirit and leadership abilities and gave me encouragement and opportunities to develop them. By the time I left for college, I was a manager there and I had learned a lot about running a restaurant and even more about myself! I continued to enjoy working in restaurants throughout college. I often thought about opening my own business during those years, but, instead, I pursued my childhood dream of becoming a teacher. I enjoyed teaching, but making a difference in the lives of children was just about the only thing about it that went the way I expected. I began to think even more about opening my own business but I wasn’t sure where to begin. At happy hour one payday Friday, I found myself talking to another teacher about the frustrations of teaching and how we missed “the good old days working in the restaurant business”. That conversation led to another and another until, long story short, Carl Bauer and I quit teaching and opened GRAZERS. Now, we are grateful to make our difference in the world with our quality food, as caring bosses, and as local business owners supporting the community where we live. GRAZERS menu was inspired by the growing demand for healthier dining options and from our personal experiences with food allergies and dietary lifestyle choices. We are known for our large selection of vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options, which is ironic because our number one seller is our Cage-Free Chicken Rice Bowl. Go figure.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
I’m a beer girl. Thank you in advance!
 
4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
Don’t have regrets. You make the best decisions you can with the information you have at the time, and when you have new information, you make new decisions. So be a lifelong learner, focus on progress over perfection, and don’t be afraid of change, because if you don’t like the way things are going, you can just change again.

Julie Brandle

Metis Construction Services LLC
175 E. Erie St. Suite 303
(330) 677-7333, ext. 401
metisconstruction.com

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?

Our business was established in 2009.

2. What’s your favorite part of running your own business?

Working with our fantastic team to provide awesome service for our clients. Each member brings knowledge and experiences that others can gain from and the company is better because of the team as a whole.

3. What makes your business different from others with similar offerings?
Taking those extra steps to be a resource for both clients and those who may go another direction. If we can help someone make an educated choice on a service, building method, or design we have accomplished what we set out to do, whether they select Metis or another company, though we ALWAYS prefer they select Metis 😉

4. How has Kent received you as a woman in business?

The Kent community put out the welcome mat for us years ago when we moved into Acorn Alley II from the Brimfield Clock Tower building. We are grateful for those who have engaged Metis and entrusted us with their construction projects from interior renovations to ground up construction. We have also made wonderful ‘Friends of Metis’, who share our business story, provide referrals, and encourage our success. We are also proud to be involved in our communities where we live and work in philanthropy. We enjoy giving back where we are able to make a difference, taking special pride in engaging our team on projects or programs that incorporate our skills and equipment/tools/vehicles.

5. What would you consider an advantage of being a business woman in Kent?

Whether a man or woman, Kent has excellent economic development opportunities available that include the Kent city departments, chamber of commerce, and Portage Development Board. As a new member we look forward to getting more involved with MSK, another excellent asset for community growth.

6. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way?

I’ve appreciated the opportunity to learn from experienced professionals throughout my career, especially in the construction industry. Those women who paved the road for women like me to do what we do and the men who supported, championed, and added to my professional education along the way. I’m constantly learning and open to new experiences to better myself, as well as our company, pursuing challenges on the basis of what’s best for Metis, not what’s best for me, many times stepping outside of my comfort zone. I learned very early on from my first job, or my first volunteer effort the team is always better together.

7. What have you learned about leadership, entrepreneurship and mentoring others?

Entrepreneurship I most equate with sacrifice. You sacrifice income, time with your family, and sometimes your health considering the stress, lack of sleep and other healthy habits you set aside for the time spent working on the health of your company. I’d say you work hard, but I know so many who do that no matter who owns the company. I suppose I think of it as for the success of the company, individual success of the team members rests squarely on an owners shoulders to make smart decisions, secure new business, and take appropriate amounts of risk to grow the business- among so many other things. You can’t be afraid to make, be held accountable, or suffer the consequences of tough decisions. Its definitely not for the faint hearted. I think that speaks to leadership as well. Leadership is more than sitting behind a desk and directing and delegating. To me its about getting in and working alongside, getting your hands dirty so to speak. Its about seeing what you can do to assist to make someones job easier or strategizing together to find a better way. When I think about mentorship I’ve been blessed along my journey to mentor and be mentored. There are so many benefits to being on both sides of mentorship, both are privileges.

Michelle Sahr

Off the Wagon & Red Letter Days
152 E. Main St. & 144 E. Main St.
(330) 474-1330
offthewagonshop.com
redletterdayskent.com

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?
Since 2009

2. What’s your favorite part of running your own business?
I love the ability to be creative in both the way I do business, in goal setting, and in our product offering.

3. What makes your business different from others with similar offerings?
Our shops have a fun and unusual offering of products that makes people laugh, inspires creativity, hands on fun and face to face experiential interactions.

4. How has Kent received you as a woman in business?
I feel right at home in Kent. I’ve always been welcomed and never felt anything but appreciation as a business woman in Kent.

5. What would you consider an advantage of being a business woman in Kent?
I think the community of Kent as a whole embraces women in leadership. Because of this I find that working in Kent as both a leader and business owner is enjoyable and welcoming.

6. What is a strength you have that has helped you as a woman in business?
Goal setting and detailed tracking of both goals and financials for my shops has helped me to increase our store sales year after year.

7. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way?
My Dad and I worked together for many years. He had a lifelong career as a business man and taught me a multitude of competencies that I use regularly.

8. What have you learned about leadership, entrepreneurship and mentoring others?
I’ve learned that a great leader uses their leadership to teach and mentor others. Giving freedom to people to be creative and even make errors is the most effective way to empower someone and help them learn and love doing it.

Gwen Rosenberg

Popped!
138 E. Main St.
(330) 678-1893
shoppopped.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2012

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
Making candy and popcorn was always a something I enjoyed- my kids and my husband are especially encouraging of all my ridiculous ideas and this one stuck for ten years! Trying new things and learning new skills is energizing and makes life fun!

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Old style

Vicki Emig

Spalding/Emig Company
164 E. Main St.
(330) 676-1700
spaldingemig.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
1983
 
2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My husband started Spalding/Emig Company in 1983. In the early 1990’s I stepped in to fill a need and that position grew into where I am today wearing many hats. I feel like I was pretty much self taught and just grew, filling in where needed as our needs changed.
3.If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
A cup of tea or glass of wine.
4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
It’s been an amazing experience as I look back to be a part of a company that went from serving 4 counties to now covering 15 counties in Northeast Ohio. Moving the business from Akron to Kent in 1998 and being a part of this awesome community was a great decision.

Emily Yohn

Taco Tontos
123 Franklin Ave.
(330) 677-0223
tacotontos.com

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?
Tacos has been around Kent in some form coming up on 50 years and my husband and I have owned it almost 10 years.

2. What is your favorite part of running your own business?

One of the best parts about owning a business is the decision making freedom it allows. We get to decide how we want to run our business, treat our employees, what kind of experience we want our customers to have, and while it is not always an easy thing to do, there is definitely the potential for finding a suitable work/ home balance. Fortunately for us, Tacos is like our second home and we have a wonderful group of employees who make that easier. Also, we get to decide what direction we want to take the business creatively and this is one of my favorite parts of being a business owner. Being a part of local history is really fun and being able to maintain that original, nostalgic aspect while also creating something that is truly our own, is quite fulfilling and keeps the creative juices going because we aren’t locked in to some specific branding image set by someone else. And finally, I always say we because while there are specific things that I do and am responsible for in the business, I most certainly could never do it alone. I am very fortunate to share this business with someone who is hardworking, has similar goals/vision, and realizes the value of our different skill sets within the business. (Also it doesn’t hurt that we’ve been working together over half our lives..)

Calley Mitchell

Talk On Speech – Language Therapy
1949 OH-59 Suite 202
(330) 846-1800
talkon.org

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?
I’ve had a brick and mortar practice since 2019.

2. What makes your business different from others with similar offerings?
Talk On is a family focused practice. We are absolutely committed to helping our clients communicate and connect with the people that they love. We believe that using play, intrinsic motivation and a social/developmental approach promotes consistent and joyful communication. We use direct therapy paired with family coaching to help our clients make maximal progress.

3. How did you get where you are today and who/what helped yu along the way?
I am where I am today because of my family. My wonderful mom, also a speech-language pathologist and a part of the practice, taught me the value of connection and my amazing dad taught me how to analyze and approach challenges. My husband is the best sounding board anyone could ask for! I spent my free time in high school (at Kent Roosevelt!) programing communication devices for my mom, and during and after my undergraduate (at KSU) working at animal hospitals. I finally made my way back to where my mom knew I should be all along 😉 and went to graduate school for speech-language therapy. My friends, and the Kent Jaycees have also been huge supports as well. My horses, my dogs, and my ducks keep me sane and my baby keeps me busy!

4. What is your favorite part of running your own business?
I love the relationships that I’ve built and continue to build with other business owners and the families that we serve.

5. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
I truly believe that small businesses are the heartbeat of America. When you deal with a small business like mine, you get individualized, expert care. Supporting small businesses has a direct and immediate effect on our community.

Megan Aleman

Traveling Spa Girl
217 N. Water St.
(216) 337-5536
travelingspagirl.com

1. When did your business open in Kent?
Traveling Spa Girl has been in business since 2015.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
Traveling Spa Girl is where it is in Kent today because of my amazing mother. She exhibits incredible work ethic and has a can-do attitude. Growing up, she instilled those values in me which helped through esthetics school and by starting my career.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
I can not pass up a good margarita!

Kelly Dietrick

Troppus Projects
141 S. Water St.
(330) 212-8442
troppusprojects.com

1. What year did your business open in Kent?
2017

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I have no idea how I got where I am today (haha). I do know that a lot of people helped me to get here including friends, family, community members, mentors, and even total strangers! I’m always inspired by people who move through life with integrity and a sense of purpose.

3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Certainly a coffee would be lovely. I mean, a dirty martini is good too!

Eser Kalkavan

Troy Grille
118 E. Main St.
(330) 474-1661
troygrille.com

1. When did your business open in Kent?
We opened Troy Grille in 2013.

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
I didn’t get here just by myself! My husband and I have worked hard to get us where we are today!
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Strawberry Açaí Refresher

Laura Streit

Belli & Streit Orthodontics
1551 S. Water St.
(330) 673-6411
bellistreitsmiles.com

1. How long have you been in business in Kent?

Dr. Stephen Belli has been in practice since 1992, and I joined him in 2012, becoming a partner in 2017.
2. What’s your favorite part of running your own business?
Running a business gives you the freedom to explore new ideas with people who motivate and inspire you. I love having the ability to choose the team I work with every day. Seeing the finished product that we have created together is very rewarding.

3. What makes your business different from others with similar offerings?
Dr. Belli and I have created a team who shares the same core values. We all have the same practice philosophy: treat the patients like they are your children. With that motto, decision making is very easy.
4. How has Kent received you as a woman in business?

Kent feels like home to me. Having spent eight years at The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, I immediately felt the similarity between the downtown shops, the eclectic environment, and the college-town atmosphere. Being a woman in business has its own set of challenges, but a city like Kent makes it easier to branch out and make the necessary connections. Despite being a Wolverine in the Buckeye state, Kent has received me with open arms!
5. What would you consider an advantage of being a business woman in Kent?

Kent is a community that values creativity and originality, and sometimes to be a businesswoman you need to approach challenges in a unique way. Many of the community-based programs we have at Belli & Streit Orthodontics could not be done in other towns, so I feel that I have had an opportunity to make a positive impact on the community I practice in.
6. What is a strength you have that has helped you as a woman in business?

My greatest strength is having the ability to multi-task with great focus on the task at hand. Many women lead busy lives due to the combination of family and career obligations that we have, and focus is key to making sure everything comes together in the right way.
7. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way?

My parents showed me what it meant to work hard towards a goal, step by step and day after day. I have a supportive husband who understands the demands of my job, and he allows me to be who I am in every sense of the word. My work family is the best team I’ve ever been a part of and they continue to grow with me and my vision.
8. What have you learned about leadership, entrepreneurship and mentoring others?

A career in orthodontics is a journey. You learn to be a leader from those who have led you along the way. You get to mentor people who remind you of who you were, so many years ago. Orthodontics is based in science, but much of the job is focused on making connections with the people around you. Like everything else in life it is people who make all the difference.

Karen Barrett

City Bank Antiques
115 S. Water St.
(330) 677-1479
citybankantiques.com

1. When did your business open in Kent?
City Bank Antiques opened in 1995

2. How did you get where you are today, and who/what helped you along the way or inspired you?
My husband and family encouraged me! I was nervous and now 27 years later I can hardly believe we are still here! We are grateful to Kent and thankful to God.
 
3. If I see you out, what kind of drink can I buy you?
Cappuccino, but only if I can buy you one!
 
4. If you have other comments/ideas you’d like to share, please do!
Thank you to Main Street Kent for all the hard work that encouraged and supported Kent businesses particularly during the difficult Covid times.