As treasurer of the scout troop, Community Choice was a good place to do business. We never had a problem and I opened up accounts for my own kids there.
Deals is no longer such a deal as they have changed their pricing structure. Gone are the days where everything is $1.00. Some things are still a "deal" but others are over-priced. I have taken my business to Dollar Tree.
Larry's offers fast, friendly service and a good variety of items for one-stop shopping. We are always thankful for the support Larry's gives to our community's programs.
We held a large banquet at Corsi's. The price was fair, the facility was fine but crowded, and the food was adequate, nothing special. This would not be my first choice but they got the job done.
This small restaurant appears to have a lot of steady customers but we can't figure out why. We went there once and thought the food was awful--there isn't much excuse for serving brown iceberg lettuce and it got worse from there.
We have regular conferences here and it is very nice facility. The staff is eager to please and the banquet rooms are always set up on time as we move from meetings to meals and back to meetings. The food is good. The guest rooms are clean and comfortable.
Stinger's has a big variety of snakes, lizards, tarantulas, scorpions, tortoises, turtles, and frogs. They also have a full line of reptile supplies and a helpful staff to answer all your questions.
Archie's is a nice restaurant, good food, reasonable prices, and family-friendly. i have always enjoyed their breakfast menu, which includes eggbeater omelets.
Wine Barrel is not a fancy store, but has a good selection of less common brands that are harder to find. They also have supplies for learning to brew your own beer and staff to answer questions.
Wrights reminds me of the old-fashioned hardware stores that always had just the part you needed for whatever needed fixing. They have friendly service and are very helpful, too.