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A ribbon cutting for the new H&R Block business services office was held Thursday, Sept. 4 at the location on 40 N. London St. in Mount Sterling. Ron Morton, owner of the franchise, said he was glad to open an office in the village. Attending were, from left: Mount Sterling Village Council member Lowell Anderson; Steve Cooper, Mount Sterling Chamber of Commerce (COC) member; Katie Randolph, co-owner/COC member; Scott McClellan, council member; Connie Stewart, employee; Billy Martin (holding ribbon), COC president; Cathy Endres, Chase Bank assistant branch manager; Rebecca Burns, COC member; Andrea Morton, wife of Ron Morton; David Timmons, council member; Morton, holding scissors; Dave Caudill, COC secretary; Dan Colburn, COC ambassador; Chris Siscoe, COC member/library director; Mayor Charlie Neff; and Daryl Cooper, COC member.
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A ribbon cutting for the new H&R Block business services office was held Thursday, Sept. 4 at the location on 40 N. London St. in Mount Sterling. Ron Morton, owner of the franchise, said he was glad to open an office in the village. Attending were, from left: Mount Sterling Village Council member Lowell Anderson; Steve Cooper, Mount Sterling Chamber of Commerce (COC) member; Katie Randolph, co-owner/COC member; Scott McClellan, council member; Connie Stewart, employee; Billy Martin (holding ribbon), COC president; Cathy Endres, Chase Bank assistant branch manager; Rebecca Burns, COC member; Andrea Morton, wife of Ron Morton; David Timmons, council member; Morton, holding scissors; Dave Caudill, COC secretary; Dan Colburn, COC ambassador; Chris Siscoe, COC member/library director; Mayor Charlie Neff; and Daryl Cooper, COC member.
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A ribbon cutting for the new H&R Block business services office was held Thursday, Sept. 4 at the location on 40 N. London St. in Mount Sterling. Ron Morton, owner of the franchise, said he was glad to open an office in the village. Attending were, from left: Mount Sterling Village Council member Lowell Anderson; Steve Cooper, Mount Sterling Chamber of Commerce (COC) member; Katie Randolph, co-owner/COC member; Scott McClellan, council member; Connie Stewart, employee; Billy Martin (holding ribbon), COC president; Cathy Endres, Chase Bank assistant branch manager; Rebecca Burns, COC member; Andrea Morton, wife of Ron Morton; David Timmons, council member; Morton, holding scissors; Dave Caudill, COC secretary; Dan Colburn, COC ambassador; Chris Siscoe, COC member/library director; Mayor Charlie Neff; and Daryl Cooper, COC member.


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