WILLISTON The Williston Area Chamber of Commerce has been celebrating a number of ribbon-cutting events at businesses in Williston recently.
A ribbon cutting was held Sept. 14 at Journey Energy Services at its new facility located at 5146-134th Ave. NW.
Journey Energy Services is a pumping and crane service company. Over the past two years it has grown extensively.
The company's new state-of-the art shop and training facility is located on the bluffs overlooking Williston.
Trinity Regional Eyecare
A ribbon cutting was held with Trinity Regional Eyecare Sept. 12 at its new medical facility at 1321 W. Dakota Parkway.
Trinity Regional Eyecare - Williston Basin is part of Trinity's comprehensive regional eye care network. Trinity Regional Eyecare's state-of-the-art clinics specialize in providing a variety of services, including general eye care, prescription optical and eye surgery.
A ribbon cutting was held at The Williston Sept. 7. The ceremony was held at the restaurant located at 408-1st Ave. E.
Located in the former Elk's building across from the Old Armory, The Williston is open Monday through Saturday. The bar is open from 3 p.m. to midnight, and the restaurant from 5 to 10 p.m.
A ribbon cutting was held Sept. 4 at Aaron's Inc.'s new store at 2119-2nd Ave. W.
Aaron's Inc., with headquarters in Atlanta, sells and leases residential and office furniture, consumer electronics, home appliances and accessories.
Other ribbon cuttings
A ribbon cutting was scheduled Sept. 19 at the Little Lambs Daycare at 2517-9th Ave. W.
Upcoming ribbon cuttings include:
Tuesday, Sept. 25, at noon Value Place, 121 Well St. W.
Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 4 p.m. Hampton Inn & Suites, 1515-14th St. W.
Friday, Oct. 5, at 1 p.m. Washin' the Bakken, 1003-24th St. W.