Beauty Bar celebrates 10 years


Family, friends and clients gathered at the Beauty Bar Salon & Spa on Friday, Nov. 15 to celebrate 10 years of success with Crystal McCoy, owner and stylist. With balloons, appetizers and cake, wine, a photo booth, and goodie bags for guests, it was a stylish celebration. Jonathan McKay, Treasurer of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, said, “Crystal, we are so thrilled that you have made it 10 years!” As a fellow community member, McKay noted, “I saw this dream of hers and hoped it would become a reality and am so happy that it did.” “The Salon really is a testament to the resiliency of the small business community in Wilmington,” said Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. “Crystal has had a great 10 years in the downtown,” she added. “Good luck, and here’s to another 10!” McKay, who also serves as the 1st Ward Council Member for Wilmington, also shared his thanks on behalf of the city for all that McCoy and the business do for the city and bring to the downtown.

Family, friends and clients gathered at the Beauty Bar Salon & Spa on Friday, Nov. 15 to celebrate 10 years of success with Crystal McCoy, owner and stylist. With balloons, appetizers and cake, wine, a photo booth, and goodie bags for guests, it was a stylish celebration. Jonathan McKay, Treasurer of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, said, “Crystal, we are so thrilled that you have made it 10 years!” As a fellow community member, McKay noted, “I saw this dream of hers and hoped it would become a reality and am so happy that it did.” “The Salon really is a testament to the resiliency of the small business community in Wilmington,” said Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. “Crystal has had a great 10 years in the downtown,” she added. “Good luck, and here’s to another 10!” McKay, who also serves as the 1st Ward Council Member for Wilmington, also shared his thanks on behalf of the city for all that McCoy and the business do for the city and bring to the downtown.


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Family, friends and clients gathered at the Beauty Bar Salon & Spa on Friday, Nov. 15 to celebrate 10 years of success with Crystal McCoy, owner and stylist. With balloons, appetizers and cake, wine, a photo booth, and goodie bags for guests, it was a stylish celebration. Jonathan McKay, Treasurer of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, said, “Crystal, we are so thrilled that you have made it 10 years!” As a fellow community member, McKay noted, “I saw this dream of hers and hoped it would become a reality and am so happy that it did.” “The Salon really is a testament to the resiliency of the small business community in Wilmington,” said Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. “Crystal has had a great 10 years in the downtown,” she added. “Good luck, and here’s to another 10!” McKay, who also serves as the 1st Ward Council Member for Wilmington, also shared his thanks on behalf of the city for all that McCoy and the business do for the city and bring to the downtown.

Family, friends and clients gathered at the Beauty Bar Salon & Spa on Friday, Nov. 15 to celebrate 10 years of success with Crystal McCoy, owner and stylist. With balloons, appetizers and cake, wine, a photo booth, and goodie bags for guests, it was a stylish celebration. Jonathan McKay, Treasurer of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, said, “Crystal, we are so thrilled that you have made it 10 years!” As a fellow community member, McKay noted, “I saw this dream of hers and hoped it would become a reality and am so happy that it did.” “The Salon really is a testament to the resiliency of the small business community in Wilmington,” said Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. “Crystal has had a great 10 years in the downtown,” she added. “Good luck, and here’s to another 10!” McKay, who also serves as the 1st Ward Council Member for Wilmington, also shared his thanks on behalf of the city for all that McCoy and the business do for the city and bring to the downtown.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2019/11/web1_IMG_0426.jpgFamily, friends and clients gathered at the Beauty Bar Salon & Spa on Friday, Nov. 15 to celebrate 10 years of success with Crystal McCoy, owner and stylist. With balloons, appetizers and cake, wine, a photo booth, and goodie bags for guests, it was a stylish celebration. Jonathan McKay, Treasurer of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce, said, “Crystal, we are so thrilled that you have made it 10 years!” As a fellow community member, McKay noted, “I saw this dream of hers and hoped it would become a reality and am so happy that it did.” “The Salon really is a testament to the resiliency of the small business community in Wilmington,” said Dessie Rogers, Executive Director of the Wilmington-Clinton County Chamber of Commerce. “Crystal has had a great 10 years in the downtown,” she added. “Good luck, and here’s to another 10!” McKay, who also serves as the 1st Ward Council Member for Wilmington, also shared his thanks on behalf of the city for all that McCoy and the business do for the city and bring to the downtown. Courtesy photo