Who Cut Ribbons?

From an addiction treatment center to a unique home decor shop, here are the latest ribbon cuttings in the Mahoning Valley.

February 1: Square One Health

Square One Health provides custom-tailored addiction recovery programs, including residential services, individual and group counseling, and case management.

Holding scissors is Sarah Pace, executive director. To her left is Josh Marriotti, business development representative.

Check them out at 1051 North Canfield-Niles Road in Austintown.

February 2: Boardman Chiropractic

Boardman Chiropractic provides personalized holistic care to help patients achieve optimal health and wellness.

Dr. Jonathan Braatz (pictured in center) is a licensed chiropractor with over six years of experience. He specializes in treating back pain, neck pain, sports injuries and headaches.

Check them out at 918 Trailwood Drive in Boardman.

February 9: Little Growing Minds

The mission of Little Growing Minds is to offer a safe, welcoming and inspiring environment for children.

Using developmentally appropriate curriculum, the programs encourage curiosity, creativity and self-esteem, all while promoting friendships and fun.

Holding the scissors is owner Alexis Kaltreider.

Check them out at 3771 Mahoning Ave. in Warren.

February 16: The Ryan Giambattista HELMS Foundation of the Mahoning Valley 

The HELMS Foundation provides community-based art therapy services 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.

Holding the scissors is Helms Foundation founder Terri DiGennaro.

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

March 7: Five Guys 

The Five Guys Millennium Centre in Cortland completed its store refresh in February. With this refresh, the store is up to par with Five Guys’ brand standards and ready for you to vist.

Holding the scissors is Ed Reese.

Check them out at 2170 Millennium Blvd. in Cortland.

March 13: Bintastic Deals

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

Holding the scissors are owners John and Christina Parish.

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

March 14: La Bella Boutique

La Bella Boutique offers one-of-a-kind wreaths, door swags, centerpieces and more.

Holding the scissors is owner Roseann Sereday.

Check them out at 7601 Warren-Sharon Road in Brookfield.

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