Letter: BizLink’s growing success is thanks to . . .

Our quarterly Rappahannock Business Link Networking Social, held last Wednesday at Gadino Cellars, boasted the largest turnout ever! Perhaps it was because more of you are learning about Businesses of Rappahannock and long to become more involved in the business community — or maybe it was just cabin fever? Regardless, we couldn’t have been happier with the response!

Many thanks to our hosts Gadino Cellars (Aleta and Bill Gadino) and Old Hollow Store (Malinda Fisher and her assistant Kathy Jenkins). We are also grateful to our additional sponsors without whom we could not create these events: Far Ridge Ceramics (Libet Henze), Green Comfort Herbal Education (Theresa Boardwine), Beech Spring Gifts and Quilts (Emma Hathaway, Phyllis Swindler, Bobette Swindler), Henselstone Farm (Berkley and Harry von Feilitzsch), TC2 Design (Tom Crouthamel), and T.G. Taylor & Son Construction (Tom and Brian Taylor).

Basic membership ($25) in Businesses of Rappahannock allows you to attend all Business Link functions, to have a presence on Rappahannock’s new website (contact roger@rappnews.com for more information on that) and more. Please consider joining this vibrant community of business professionals. Email jan@janmakela.com to request a membership form.

Our next event will be in May. Notices will be posted in the Rappahannock News and by email. Please keep a watchful eye for date, time and location. Until then!

Jan Makela, Mark Heinle, Donna McConn, Kim Nelson and Clare Turner
BizLink committee

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