Shadow Catcher employees Vernon Hardy, Denise McDonald, Lisa White, Lauren Huggins, Carley Smith, Martha Clement, Jeffrey Watson (not pictured) and Tim and Mary Davis join Laura Sadowski and Francine Wasden of the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce and Greenville City Councilmember Ed Sims for the ribbon cutting of the framing company's new gallery. Also in attendance were Gerald Watts, Petie Cureton, Ann Steiner Hamilton, Don Daniels, Jennifer Machen, Evelyn Causey, Ashley Vansant, Charles Newton, Anthony Barganier, Ricky McLaney, Murray Fail and Matt Elliot. (Advocate Staff, Angie Long)

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Shadowcatchers holds ribbon cutting

Published 4:15pm Thursday, November 4, 2010

Shadowcatchers in Greenville held a ribbon cutting on Industrial Parkway. The gallery offers custom framing for customers’ artwork and documents along with a selection of framed paintings and prints, including pieces by local artists.

  • GHSParent

    The fact that this business is still going after so many years is a testament to its founder and the owners. There are so few home grown businesses that employ a good number of people here that we should be encourage them anyway we can. The city leaders work so hard to recruit companies that we ignore the ones that work to scratch out of a living all on their own.

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  • Elybesa

    It’s called “showing pride in our community” by publishing captioned pictures of people and events in our home town. Keep up the good work, Greenville Advocate.

    For “riveting reading” I suggest that you try The Holy Bible. It’s some of the best.

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