The Shops at Ginger Hill were the setting for the recent Businesses of Rappahannock Biz Link Networking Social. The crowd of 60-plus business owners (plus the mayor of Washington and county supervisor John Lesinski) enjoyed wines from Gadino Cellars and pizzas from Rudy’s Pizza in Sperryville. Many thanks to Berni Olson, Dan Lewis, Bill and Aleta Gadino and Craig and Clay Batchelor for hosting.
Other sponsors of the event were Before & After (Jess Sutten), H&H Bookkeeping (Mark Heinle), Mountainside Physical Therapy (Anne Williams), Racer Construction (Jim and Camille Racer), Southpaws Pet Grooming (Barbara Lohre) and Walker Jones PC (Mike Brown). We are extremely grateful to our sponsors who make these events possible. The winner of our free sponsorship for the next event was Harmany in Nature.
Our members and guests had the opportunity to tour Ginger Hill Antiques as well and enjoy the beautiful new gallery housing River District Artists! The holidays are coming, so you may want to keep these in mind.
If you have not joined Businesses of Rappahannock, please visit rappahannock.com and click on Join BizRapp at the bottom of the homepage (you’ll see a link to the Membership Form).
Tobey Wheelock, Wheelock Web Works, our webmaster, mentioned that he still does not have pictures or complete information for many businesses on the website. Please check out this amazing site, and look for your business. If it needs tweaking, or is not there, please email Tobey right away at firstname.lastname@example.org . Sharing a link to the website with friends or on social media will help all businesses in Rappahannock!
Businesses of Rappahannock will also cosponsor social media classes through RappU. The classes are sure to be a very useful tool for anyone interested in growing their business here.
The next Biz Link event will be the third week in February. Hope to see you then!
Jan Makela, chair
Biz Link Committee (Donna McConn, Kim Nelson, Bill Pragluski, Theresa Wood, Cheri Woodard)