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JJ Java holds ribbon cutting on June 16

Posted: Friday, June 20, 2014

The Huntington County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at the new JJ Java located at 2840 Guilford Street. The ribbon cutting was held on Monday, June 16. The new café and coffee shop is attached to the current Johnson Junction structure and is open seven days a week. Monday to Saturday hours are 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

JJ Java will also be a presenter at the Chamber of Commerce’s Breakfast Showcase to be held on Tuesday, June 24 at the Habecker Dining Commons at Huntington University.

The new addition, JJ Java, has its own entrance, seating area and drive-thru window. A variety of coffee products are available from black coffee to lattes, cappuccinos, Americanos and more. Teas and smoothies along with muffins, coffee cakes, cheesecake, cookies and other dessert items are also ready for purchase.

Brent and Darlene Stanley are the owners of Johnson Junction, while daughter Megan Reckelhoff, supervises both Johnson Junction and JJ Java. Elaine Felton, sister of Darlene Stanley, is the manager of the new café and coffee shop.

The seating area in JJ Java allows for a place to enjoy coffee with friends, a place for university students to study and is welcoming to those in the community who desire a relaxing coffee shop atmosphere.

For more information or with questions, call the café at (260) 200-1999.

Shown in the photo from left are Ralph Johnson, Steve Godfroy, Perfection Wheel and Chamber Ambassador; Nick Stanley, Johnson Junction; Darlene Stanley, owner, Johnson Junction; Gene Snowden, Real Living Ness Bros. and Chamber Ambassador; Brent Stanley, owner Johnson Junction; Megan Reckelhoff, supervisor Johnson Junction and JJ Java; Paula Whiting, Lake City Bank and Chamber Ambassador; Elaine Felton, manager, JJ Java; Jim Burns, owner, Burns Builders; Jean Wright, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity, Belinda Clancy, Markle Health & Rehabilitation, Michelle Crone, Wells Fargo Bank, and all Chamber Ambassadors; Sam Schaadt, Huntington County Habitat for Humanity; JoDeane Knowles, TCU and Chamber Ambassador and Mayor Brooks Fetters.