-Thursday, May 11, 2017
big market barn doors closed for the season, but things didn’t exactly come to a halt for us as events continued to hum along in The Loft. My main
responsibility there is to supervise the clean-ups and new set-ups. I love working with the team of people we’ve assembled and we had a pretty good
winter routine. The most interesting thing that happened was in January when I got to be a front row guest as our middle son got married. The new perspective
definitely gave me some insight into what a wedding experience is all about. It renewed my resolve to make sure the details for each event are complete.
-Thursday, April 27, 2017
As happy as we are to see spring hit The Pickwick Place, we're also a little taken back. After all, it seems like fall was just winding down. And now,
here we are almost May. Things are starting to pick up, and before long, the hustle will be back. Before we hit the ground running, let's answer the
question, "What happened to winter?!"
-Tuesday, July 12, 2016
We've shared this picture on our Facebook page before, and I was thinking about it again this morning.
It's actually a pretty good synopsis of the project we're undertaking at Pickwick.
-Monday, May 16, 2016
I'm not from this area. I grew up in the southeastern corner of Knox County, a stone's throw and a hop from Appalachia. Greg and I met through FFA in high
school and later were both students at The Ohio State University. The rest, as they say, is history, and I've been a Crawford County resident for going
on eight years.
-Monday, April 11, 2016
When our group of seven (Greg, Rose, Andrea, Chris, Kent, Laura, and Ethan - aka the GRACKLE team) assembled in January of 2015, our first order of
business was to clarify our purpose. Why are we doing this? It took some time, but we eventually narrowed it down to these five words: Serving
Local Quality With Heart.