Creative Court House holds grand opening


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The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was recently on hand for the grand opening of Creative Court House. From left: Chamber board member Doug Saunders joins CCH representatives, Susan Rossiter, board member; Deborah Turner, vice president; Mandy Miller, president; Amanda List, treasurer; Amanda Foy, historian; Chamber president Whitney Gentry and CCH cheerleader, Holly Miller. Not pictured is CCH secretary Katie Kasberg.


Creative Court House had its grand opening and open house on Saturday, April 30 at its studio at 143 N. Main Street. The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was on hand for the official ribbon cutting and welcome.

Creative Court House (CCH) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing the arts to the forefront of Fayette County to revitalize the community and strengthen relationships. CCH is committed to providing classes, workshops, and community events in a wide variety of artistic mediums at affordable prices without sacrificing quality.

So far the reaction from the community has been very positive, according to CCH president Mandy Miller. “We really appreciate the support we’ve been given by the community,” she said. “It makes us feel really, really good. It’s nice that people appreciate what we are doing.”

Upcoming classes vary from canvas painting, crochet, kids’ events, sign painting, upcycling furniture, ceramics, photography, cake decorating, and more. The building can also be booked for private events such as birthday parties, bachelorette parties, and corporate functions. CCH can be reached by phone at (740) 239-3499 or by email at [email protected]

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce submitted this article.

The Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was recently on hand for the grand opening of Creative Court House. From left: Chamber board member Doug Saunders joins CCH representatives, Susan Rossiter, board member; Deborah Turner, vice president; Mandy Miller, president; Amanda List, treasurer; Amanda Foy, historian; Chamber president Whitney Gentry and CCH cheerleader, Holly Miller. Not pictured is CCH secretary Katie Kasberg.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_CCH-ribbon-cutting.jpgThe Fayette County Chamber of Commerce was recently on hand for the grand opening of Creative Court House. From left: Chamber board member Doug Saunders joins CCH representatives, Susan Rossiter, board member; Deborah Turner, vice president; Mandy Miller, president; Amanda List, treasurer; Amanda Foy, historian; Chamber president Whitney Gentry and CCH cheerleader, Holly Miller. Not pictured is CCH secretary Katie Kasberg.

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