Eleven years ago, Curt and Penny Scroggins started Bear Hardware in Nashville, Indiana. They purchased the store at 129 West Washington Str. in Morgantown as their first satellite venture.
When Diana Scalph opened The Yoga Studio out of her home on Kellar Hill Road in 1997, yoga was a trendy, mega craze sweeping the country, and raising many eyebrows regarding its mysteries.
“I grew up in the business,” Dan Benson, chief operating officer of American Senior Communities (ASC), recalled. “My dad owned and operated nursing homes, and he viewed it as an opportunity to make a difference in seniors’ lives.
“The two most important points for parents to know is that our Center operates more as a preschool than a daycare,” explains Childtime Learning Center of Camby Director Nicole Scott.
Whether as a matter of circumstance or fate, Charles “Biff ” Hornaday, born in 1923, joined the United States Air Force to serve as a mechanic during World War II.
A lifelong resident of Bargersville, Lydia Stout opened Ady’s Fabrics and Notions in 2001, in the storefront next door to her current location. “We moved here [the current location] February 2009, and gained about threetimes the floor space of the original,” Lydia noted.
Core Fitness Club, a full-service health and fitness facility that offers personal training programs, a comprehensive free weight center, machine weights, cardio equipment, monthly fitness classes, daily childcare, massage therapy and tanning services, began as a dream of two long-time friends, Aaron Molin and Jacob Stroud.
Scott Benko, owner of Haltom Equipment of Mooresville since 1996, locked the doors on the building apparently for the last time three years ago, the result of a corporate-directed merger.
“It amazes me how many people in Morgan County have never seen a live performance before attending one of our shows,” said Janice Lindboe, President of the Board of Premier Performances of Morgan County.
If you’re like most people, you receive your share of free calendars in the mail. Most are generic, with grids of empty space, decorated with boring images trying to speak to everyone—and therefore speaking to no one.