Ribbon Cuttings: April 14, 2024

From an art therapy facility to a new “bin” shopping experience, ribbons were cut recently at events sponsored by the Youngstown/Warren Regional Chamber:

The HELMS Foundation of the Mahoning Valley 

The Ryan Giambattista HELMS Foundation of the Mahoning Valley provides community-based art therapy services. It acts in collaboration and partnership with various groups, individuals, social service organizations, learning institutions, and providers of services related to mental health, developmental and physical disabilities.

Terri DiGennaro (with scissors) is the founder of HELMS.

Check them out at 153 Pine Ave., NE in Warren.

Sunshine Golden Acres

Sunshine Golden Acres offers natural self-care products, fresh produce and farmers’ markets. The business also provides a variety of baked goods, fudge, honey, maple syrup, jams, jellies and more.

Amy Phillips (with scissors) is the owner of Sunshine Golden Acres.

Check them out at 3335 Mahoning Ave. NW in Warren.

Bintastic Deals

Bintastic Deals offers a fun place to shop for great deals. Although the concept of bin shopping has been popular for years, this store stands out by being friendly, organized and offering diverse products.

John and Christina Parish (with scissors) are the owners of Bintastic Deals.

Check them out at 466 Youngstown-Poland Road in Struthers.

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