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Business Be Good: Riverview Center, Busy Bee celebrate ribbon cuttings

Riverview Center for Growth celebrates new name with open house, ribbon cutting


SPRINGFIELD — Riverview Center for Growth on Sept. 26 celebrated a Ribbon Cutting at 3995 Marcola Road. Formerly known as The Child Center, Riverview Center for Growth offers professional mental health services and therapeutic education programs. The updated name aligns with its mission and vision, tailored to serve diverse clientele spanning children, teens, and adults in our community.  At right, Meghan Melton, executive director, cuts the ribbon along with Connie Cottrell, Riverview Board President.

New owners create buzz at Ribbon Cutting

PHOTO PROVIDED / Adam Tamarkin

SPRINGFIELD — Busy Bee Cafe, a longtime staple restaurant at 2152 Main St., is under new ownershp and was celebrated during a ribbon cutting on Sept. 28.  The cafe reopened on Easter weekend after eight months of being closed. The classic diner was bought by Meg Holiday, a serial restaurant owner in Lane County. From left: Sean VanGordon, mayor of Springfield; daughter Stella Holiday; son Jasper Holiday; husband Travis Holiday; an eager Busy Bee customer; owner Meg Holiday; and Vonnie Mikkelsen, Springfield Chamber chief operating officer.



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