The Tekoa Chamber of Commerce is proud of its businesses. Farms, industrial, brick and mortar, home-based, service-oriented, organizations … we’ve got it all. To celebrate our hard working businesses, we will be visiting with several of them each month.
This week we visited with Kelsey from Mish Ink, a home-based, screen printing company and caught up on what’s been happening since COVID disrupted life for all of us.Continue reading “What’s New with Tekoa Business – Mish Ink”
To break up the monotony of the pandemic, the Tekoa Library, Chase Photography, and the Tekoa Chamber of Commerce held a photo contest during the month of August. We had several participants and all entries can be viewed on the windows of Chase Photography on Crosby Street. You can also view them on the Tekoa Library and Chamber of Commerce FB pages.
Thank you to everyone who viewed the entries and gave feedback. Your comments and “likes” helped us determine the winners of our five categories, which are listed below.Continue reading “Congratulations to Photo Contest Winners”
It’s Shenanigan time in the small town of Tekoa!
We may be small in size, but we’re big on fun, and Lenny the Leprechaun has snuck into town to take fun to a whole new level.
Let a business owner know when you’ve found Lenny, and they’ll reward your keen sense of observation with a treat. Then, keep on the lookout, because once several people have spotted him in a location, he’ll move onto a new store the next day to see what fresh mischief he can stir up.Continue reading “Small Town Shenanigans”