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Chamber holds ribbon cutting at Hangar 59

Posted: Friday, December 12, 2014

The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the new Hangar 59 restaurant on Wednesday, December 10. The ribbon cutting took place at 1:30 p.m. at Hangar 59’s location, 2809 Theater Avenue, which was formerly the Myers Ice Cream Parlor.

The restaurant is a locally owned Pizza King franchise with an aeronautical theme. It will specialize in Pizza King Pizza, gourmet sandwiches, soups, gourmet salads, desserts and Ashby’s ice cream. The restaurant is owned by Michael and Shaunna Minnick.

Shown in the photo from left are Terry Miller, Real Living Ness Bros. and Chamber Ambassador; Rod Myers, Town & Country Flowers; Michael and Shaunna Minnick, owners of Hangar 59; Jeannie Myers, Town & Country Flowers and Belinda Clancy, Markle Health & Rehabilitation and Chamber Ambassador. Back row, from left are Gene Snowden, Chamber Ambassador; Les Graham, Evolv and Chamber Ambassador; JoDeane Knowles, TCU and Chamber Ambassador; Paula Kimmel; Charlotte Center, Tipton Place and Chamber Ambassador; Michael Zahn, First Federal Savings Bank and Chamber board of directors; Ryan Lemon, Novae Corporation and Chamber board of directors and Steve Kimmel, executive director, Huntington County Chamber of Commerce.