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Showcase Gifts Succeeds C Of C In Downtown Site

This article first appeared in issue 8, and was written by Staff.

Another downtown business will be open sometime around the last of October to the first of November.

Showcase Gifts & More, owned by Kathy Daulton, Columbia, will occupy the space at 95 Jamestown Street formerly occupied by the Columbia-Adair County Chamber of Commerce.

The store will sell variety store items, and will specialize in glassware. Right now, Ms. Daulton is painting trimwork, cleaning windows, and getting the inventory ready.

The store will be open 9-5 Monday through Saturday.

This story was posted on 1996-10-15 12:01:01
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1996-10-15 - Photo Staff. KATHY DAULTON takes advantage of the beautiful October weather to clean the windows of her new business just off the Square on Jamestown Street.This item first appeared in Issue 8 of the print edition of Columbia! Magazine.
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