Snyder's BBQ & Meat Market co-owners Kraig and Sue Snyder cater to carnivores of all stripes with their selection of high-quality raw meats and prepared foods. Inside the store’s display cases are USDA Choice and higher all-natural beef made without hormones, sausages crafted in-house with lean pork, and hand-picked chicken breasts marinated with seasonings such as garlic butter. Fresh and frozen seafood varieties include wild-caught cuts such as sockeye salmon and mahi mahi. Deli adornments such as specialty cheese and dips reside beside handmade chicken, macaroni, and potato salads.
The market’s pizzeria, meanwhile, turns out hot, doughy pizzas topped with cheese, veggies, and meat, while frozen to-go meals, such as penne pasta with marinara, can be taken home and heated or worn around town as a poorly conceived Halloween costume. Flagship and seasonal beers from local microbreweries, as well as numerous wine varietals, help to wash down meals.
From the age of 7, Mindy Larva hardly went anywhere without her trusty camera. She loved capturing the beauty all around her, a passion she inherited from her shutterbug father. Today, Mindy retains that same level of passion for her trade and even rubs off her enthusiasm on her clients. She specializes in family, high school, engagement, and wedding photography, all taken on-location at some of the area’s most scenic spots. Each photograph includes a copyright release and is available in black and white, full color, or sepia.
Shaner Avenue Nursery owners and staff have extensive training in horticulture and forestry, which helps them keep an inventory of trees, shrubs, and perennials thriving. Fill gardens with rhododendrons ($35.97), a few of nearly a dozen varieties of junipers ($7.97+), or a member of the hydrangea family, which includes nine siblings in white, pink, and blue ($7.97+). Those who revel in eating everything they bury in the ground can plant raspberry shrubs ($5.97+), a red haven peach tree ($39.97), or bushes that grow fresh cobbler.
Full service photography studio. We offer wedding, senior, maternity, family, children, and boudoir portraits. We have a unique and modern feel to out portraits. We are located in downtown Greenville. Our photographer has worked in the photography industry for 11 years.
For more than three decades, AAA Canoe has rented canoes, kayaks, and tube floats to explorers bound for the scenic, tranquil Rogue River. The rental center accommodates both individuals and group outings, outfitting each trip with paddles and life jackets or flotation cushions before chauffeuring boaters and their vessels to their trip’s starting point. Each trip ends at the Rockford Dam in downtown Rockford, where passengers can explore the city sights and regain their land legs from unscrupulous alleyway leg merchants.
For more than 60 years, Blakeslee & Son's HVAC specialists have kept businesses, renters, and homeowners cool by installing and maintaining a variety of air systems. On call 24/7/365, their knowledge keeps systems running smoothly through emergencies, as well as periodic tune-ups that identify failing components and sabotage by house gremlins. The certified and licensed technicians also venture to construction sites to place high-efficiency furnaces, air-filtration units, water heaters, and central air-conditioning units. Additionally, they're well-versed in eco-friendly methods, such as geothermal and active-solar-energy systems.
The business was the creation of Clarence Blakeslee, a home-systems technician who started his business in his home cellar. Though originally a one-man operation, Blakeslee & Son eventually moved from Clarence's basement into it's own shop, which in turn fostered more shops and employees. It's now run by Brian Lovall, who worked his way up from shop boy to master plumber to president of the business.