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By Ryan Schlehuber "Scoop" • Last Updated 8:11 am on Tuesday, March 20, 2012

New bar is a place for everyone to go

GREENVILLE — Kelly Stapp’s new business – Turn the Page Bar & Burgers – may say “bar,” but since opening the new business March 8, she has been working to make it into a fun place for adults, families and young adults alike.
What once was called Sports Page, a bar Stapp operated more than eight years ago, which included Mancino’s in the front of the building, is now a niche bar in the west side of the building and a restaurant-recreation center combo in the east end of the building.
Stapp of Greenville spent eight years with the Gilmore Collection in Grand Rapids before deciding to return to Greenville, bringing experience of “big city fun” that she hopes to instill in the new business.
“It’s a big city feel with small town prices,” Stagg said. “We are planning many events and fundraisers and having a lot of entertainment for both sides of the building.”
Open hours are 2 to 11 p.m., Tuesdays through Wednesdays, and 2 p.m. to 2 a.m., Thursdays through Saturdays, with breakfast offered on Friday and Saturday mornings.
For more information call (616) 712-6700.
Turn the Page Bar & Burgers is at 107 S. Lafayette in Greenville.

New resale shop opens in Belding

BELDING — Mother and son duo Dorothea and Jason Zwerk opened a new resale shop called Penny In Your Pocket Feb. 27.
The shop, at 9057 W. Belding Road, next to Lombardo’s Pizzeria, includes an wide variety of items that both Zwerk and her son accumulated over the years.
Penny In Your Pocket includes items such as vintage posters, silver coins, antiques and collectibles, clothing, furniture, video games, books, tools and more.
Open hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays through Wednesdays, noon to 6 p.m., Thursdays through Fridays, and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Fridays.
The Zwerks have yet to install a telephone at the shop, so go to Penny In Your Pocket’s Facebook page for more information.

Graphics design business opens

CARSON CITY — From trucks, motorcycles and boats to banners, magnets and yard signs, Jason Teegardin’s new graphics design shop 180 Designs can decal it.
Since October 2011, Teegardin, from Carson City, has been making people’s personal and business vehicles look sleeker with sharp, colorful designs, from full vehicle wrap designs to small decals.
180 Designs is at 10727 E. Carson City Road, next to the Village Market and Can Do Performance in Carson City. Samples of his work can be found on 180 Designs’ Facebook page.
Call (989) 763-2258 for more information.

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