11-05-10 Main Street McDonough Celebrates with a Ribbon Cutting at J’Rose
Main Street McDonough Celebrates with a
Ribbon Cutting at J’Rose
The Main Street McDonough Program held a ribbon cutting on November 5th for McDonough’s new fashionable boutique, J’Rose, located at 19-B Griffin Street in the Harry Norman Building.
Co-owners are mother and daughter respectively, Rosemary Thornton and Jocelyn Swinnie. “I just love it here,” said Ms. Thornton. “We are so happy to be on the Square. I can’t wait until Christmas to see all the decorations.”
Those attending the ribbon cutting are: (Front, L-R) Beverly Taylor, Henry County Times; Co-owners Jocelyn Swinnie and Rosemary Thornton; Mayor Billy Copeland; Councilmember Wayne Smith; Vicki Myers, Bank of North Georgia; and Main Street Director Linda Schenk. Other friends and family members also participated in this official grand opening ceremony.
J’Rose carries Circle E Candles, Couture Hats and distinctive fashion accessories, such as handbags, jewelry, scarves, and shoes all at affordable prices. Open Monday–Saturday, 10:00am-6:00pm, this mother/daughter team invites friends old and new to stop by and enjoy the atmosphere, the fashions, and the savings. For more information call J’Rose at 770-898-8333 or www.jrosefashionaccessories.com.