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Downtown Recognition

Third Quarter 2013

Sense of Eden, located at 121 Bridge Street, Bridgewater, is a full service salon and spa specializing in Health and Wellness massages, pedicures, manicures and the latest in hair-styling and color treatments. Additionally, the spa offers technician-applied airbrush tanning and hair removal treatments. Products by DMK (Danne Montague-King) are utilized for their luxurious facials. For a full listing of all services and pricing, please visit Sense of Eden at http://www.asenseofeden.com.  

Additionally, please note the beauty of this restored 1800 building that houses Sense of Eden. After purchasing the building in the mid 90's, the owners spent a year of hard work restoring the building to its old charm. Beautiful brick fireplaces were found behind closed walls. The building was restored to its federal style of architecture, which was originally created in 1834. Each individual outside brick was repointed and many replaced with others found outside and in the attic.  

Sense of Eden can be reached at 724-728-8004 and their hours of operation are as follows:

Tuesday 9AM - 8PM, Wednesday 7AM - 8PM, Thursday 7AM - 8PM, Friday 10AM - 6PM, Saturday 7AM - 3PM 

Second Quarter 2013

Becky Boyde is the owner of Inside the Attic, a local shop that has been in operation since 1991 and until recently was located on Bridge Street. In addition to running her business in Bridgewater, Becky has been a long-standing member of the Bridgewater Community Development Corporation. Becky has been involved in and worked tirelessly at community and business district efforts such as PumpkinFest, Bridgewater BookFest, and Night of Lights over the years. Additionally, she was involved in getting the American flags replaced on the poles located on Bridge Street.

Becky's shop is now moving to a new location due to her current building being sold. The new location of Inside the Attic is 3571 Brodhead Road, Monaca. Inside the Attic is a country gift shop and women's apparel store, as well as a sewing shop with cotton and upholstery fabric and notions.

On the sewing side of her business, Becky does custom made items for the home. Items include curtains, placemats, and runners. She also does cushion upholstering for porch furniture and recovers small chairs like dining room and kitchen chairs and small side chairs. The gift shop section is made up of items for the home such as lamps, furniture, candles, and tea cups. You will find many items to add comfort to any room. Additionally, Becky offers beginners sewing and quilting classes. You can contact Inside the Attic at 724-775-1335 or visit on the web at http://insidetheattic.com. 

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation wishes to thank Becky for her years of service and commitment to our community and to our business district. We wish her many more years of success in her new location.

First Quarter 2013

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is pleased to feature Sam's Market and Greenhouse as their quarterly downtown recognition recipient. Sam shares her gardening skills and love of nature by planting the planters on Bridge Street with beautiful spring and fall plants and also supplies Bridgewater with the cornstalks used to decorate the main street in October. 

Sam's Market and Greenhouse sells plants and vegetables in season, hanging planters, fall plants like mums, as well as cornstalks, apple cider, gourds, and pumpkins. Additionally, Sam's offers a repotting program. Customers buy a planter or hanging basket over $20 and when they bring the basket or container back the following year they can have it planted for half the cost. If they bring in other pots or planters they can be replanted for $10 and up. 

Sam's Market and Greenhouse has been in business for 10 years. The market is located at1107 Midland-Beaver Road, Industry across from A.K. Nahas furniture. The greenhouse is at 1705 Brookdale Avenue, East Palestine, Ohio. 

Sam's Market and Greenhouse accepts credit cards- Discover, Visa, and Mastercard. You can reach the Greenhouse at 330-426-9612 and after 6 PM by calling 724-312-1566. 

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation thanks Sam for the beautiful work she does for us on Bridge Street and wishes Sam's Market and Greenhouse continued success!

Fourth Quarter 2012

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is pleased to recognize 1810 Tavern as this quarter's featured downtown recognition recipient. 1810 Tavern is located at 234 Bridge Street.  The restaurant offers a variety of brews, spirits and wine as well as deliciously planned menus.  

1810 Tavern also offers entertainment as many as 3-4 times per week which includes acoustic performances by a variety of local talent. Additionally, the 1810 Tavern offers many possibilities for private functions/catering including birthday parties, office parties, holiday parties, bridal showers, graduation parties, and many other occasions. For more details, please visit www.1810tavern.com or call 724-371-0732. 

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation wishes to make special note of the community service and ongoing community involvement that the 1810 Tavern provides to Bridgewater. They always participate in and come to the aid and assistance of Bridgewater community events.  

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is pleased to have Jeff and Gina and the 1810 Tavern here on Bridge Street and thanks them for their community support!

Third Quarter 2012

The Bridge Street Committee is pleased to recognize Leru Equipment Rentals as this quarter's featured downtown recognition recipient. 

Opened in April 2011, Leru Equipment Rentals is located at 400 Constitution Blvd. and is owned by Jeffrey and Barbara Friend. The business focuses on equipment rentals, heavy equipment hauling, utility lines, excavating, and landscaping.  Barbara states, "Business has been very good and people have been very receptive." 

Leru Equipment Rentals is opened Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM and Saturday from 8 AM to 2 PM. They are closed on Sunday. You can reach them at 724-846-5200. 

The Bridge Street Committee is happy to have Leru Equipment Rentals in our community!

Second Quarter 2012

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is pleased to recognize Medic Rescue as our featured downtown recognition recipient this quarter. Medic Rescue has been consistently generous to the community - opening every parking lot for every downtown community life event!

Located at 313 Bridge Street, Medic Rescue is a non-profit ambulance company staffed by 152 paramedics, emergency medical technicians and wheelchair van personnel plus 25 support staff. Their fleet of 25 ambulances and 21 wheelchair vans logs more than 750,000 miles per year! 

In addition to donating their parking lots to event space during community events and being exceptionally supportive of any and all community life in Bridgewater, Medic Rescue is also actively involved in community outreach of their own. Some of Medic Rescue's community involvements and achievements include the following: Presents for Patients, Care Bears, I'm O.K. Program, Senior Olympics and many more. 

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation thanks Medic Rescue for their commitment to the community!

First Quarter 2012

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is pleased to recognize Tim Birge as our featured downtown recognition recipient this quarter. Tim is one of the newest members of the committee and his enthusiasm about enhancing the development of our community and our downtown is a great asset to Bridgewater!

Tim is the 4th generation of his family to live in Bridgewater. In 2006, Tim graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology. He is currently working for Heritage Valley Staunton Clinic as a Crisis Evaluator for Mental Health as well as Friendship Ridge LTSR a locked mental health unit.

Tim recently pursued a seat on Bridgewater Borough Council. He has also garnered Council's approval to organize a Parks and Recreation Committee. He has begun organizing the committee and is seeking volunteers for various committee positions. The focus of the committee is planning events in the parks and recreation areas in Bridgewater especially the Riverfront Park on Riverside Drive. Ideas in the works for the committee include: movies in the park at the Riverfront Park, a community picnic, an "iron man" event, a pet day, and a recreation day. Tim also participates as a member of the Bridgewater Community Development Corporation.

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation thanks Tim for his commitment to his community and looks forward to the various community efforts that are underway thanks to his efforts!

Fourth Quarter 2011

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation will honor three Downtown Recognition recipients for the 4th quarter.  These are three relatively new businesses to our downtown business district.

Chris Hoegle is the proprietor of Treehouse Fitness.  Chris has been a personal trainer for 5 years and she does one on one training as well as small group and Functional Fitness.  Chris hopes to begina Mother and Baby fitness program in the future.  Chris looks forward to getting involved with the Bridgewater Community Development Corporation.

Jason Bumblis is also relatively new to Bridgewater.  Pacers specializes in Web & Print Marketing.  Jason looks forward to being involved with the Community Development Corporation as well.  Jason has already taken the initiative to assist with several of the events that Bridgewater continues to offer residents and the public.

Finally, Michael and Lisa Blackburn are the owners of CinnaRoasted Almonds.  Cinnamon Roasted Almonds are an age old snack thought to have been originated by Bavarian Germans in the middle ages.  The recipe contained only three simple yet perfect ingredients.  That is why CinnaRoasted decided long ago to stick to that delicious medley of cinnamon, sugar and vanilla.

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation is dedicated to renewing and sustaining its central business district and its nearby residential areas.  Through its development committee, in cooperation with the community at large, the BCDC seeks to revitalize its business areas by utilitzing the Main Street Approach for downtown revitalization.

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation would like to welcome these three businesses and wish them much success!


Third Quarter 2011

The Bridgewater Community Development Committee has chosen Jean Frey as its 3rd Quarter Downtown Recognition recipient for 2011. Jean is being recognized for her wonderful spirit of volunteerism and as a leader in our community.

Along with her husband Larry of 42 years, Jean has planted the flower planters in Bridgewater with seasonal flowers along with business partner Bonnie Wright. This effort has inspired a host of other Bridgewater businesses to keep up the beautification of Bridgewater by maintaining their planters each season. Individual attention to these kinds of details in our downtown is what is needed toward our goal of making Bridgewater a more attractive place to live and shop.

Jean has also been an integral part of many important community life activities in town such as Bookfest and Pumpkinfest. Somehow Jean manages to find time to enjoy her two grandchildren and her favorite pass times of painting, drawing, reading and yoga.

Through her leadership, Bridgewater has enjoyed revitalization in the areas of business development and community life.


Second Quarter 2011

The Bridgewater Community Development Committee has chosen Sharon Turek as its 2nd Quarter Downtown Recognition recipient for 2011.  Sharon is being recognized for the wonderful spirit of volunteerism that she has demonstrated for the past 13 years. 

In addition to being the owner of “Without A Paddle”, she also dedicated her time as a member of the Bridge Street Committee, the Bridgewater Business Association and also the Bridgewater Community Development Corporation.  She has served as president, Community Life chair and Architecture & Design chair.  Through her leadership, Bridgewater has enjoyed revitalization in the areas of business development and Community Life and façade improvement.

Sharon is now preparing to move south for a well-deserved retirement.  We wish her many happy and healthy years!

First Quarter 2011

The Bridgewater Community Development Corporation has chosen Larry Barkley as its 1st Quarter Downtown Recognition recipient for 2011.  Larry is being recognized for his outstanding volunteer services during our recent Night of Lights celebration.  He organized the parade, as well as the set-up and decoration of the town Christmas tree and assisted with many other aspects of the holiday event. The Board thanks Larry for his willingness to offer his support to our community life initiatives at Christmastime, as well as throughout the year.

Fourth Quarter 2010

The Bridge Street Committee has chosen the sponsors of this year’s PumpkinFest as its 4th Quarter Downtown Recognition recipients for 2010:

Beaver Valley Federal Credit Union
71 Bridge Street
 

Malagise and Associates, Inc.
99 Bridge Street
 

Union Building and Loan
303 Leopard Lane
 

Health Care Billing Associates
401 Brkich Way 

H.R. Grant and Son
304 Leopard Lane 

Medic Rescue
313 Bridge Street 

General Management Consulting
1019 Riverside Drive

These seven businesses “stepped up to the plate” to make the 2010 event the best ever! The Bridge Street Committee would like to thank them for their generosity and dedication to our Community Life events.

Third Quarter 2010

The Bridge Street Committee has chosen Jack and Betsy McMullen as its 3rd Quarter Downtown Recognition Recipients for 2010. This generous and hard-working couple donated personal resources and volunteer hours for the beautification of Mulberry Street and Leopard Lane.  They purchased flowers and planted the boxes which have been empty for nearly 10 years! The weeding and tree- rimming further enhanced the project. Jack also serves Bridgewater through his membership on Council.

Second Quarter 2010

The Bridge Street Committee is recognizing the Bridgewater Street Department for the outstanding job they did in keeping our streets in such excellent condition during the past winter's snowstorms.  They are also being honored for their diligence in hanging the Christmas decorations and removing them at the end of the season.

First Quarter 2010

Alice Ann's Sweets & Catering is being recognized by the Bridge Street Committee for its re-location to Bridgewater, for providing an inviting table of sweets at the PumpinFest event, as well as its involvement in the annual Light Up Night celebration. This new business is located at 200 Bridge Street.


Fourth Quarter 2009 Downtown Recognition: Main Street Awards

On Wednesday, October 28th each of the ten Riverfront towns honored individuals and businesses that made outstanding contributions to their downtowns.  Recognition was made in three categories: Business Development, Architecture & Design and Community Life. 

Beaver County Commissioners Joe Spanik and Charles Camp offered words of support and encouragement to the 100+ audience gathered at Tinitique Restaurant in Bridgewater. 

Chairpersons from the various Business District Authorities and Development Corporations described the accomplishments of their honorees with the help of a PowerPoint presentation. Each winner received a Main Street Award plaque in the appropriate category and a group photo was taken. 

The event was hosted by the Community Development Program of Beaver County, which provides a wide array of programs and services which support and encourage downtown revitalization for its ten downtown community members, and Town Center Associates, a planning and management firm specializing in downtown revitalization.

The Bridge Street Committee presented Main Street Awards to:

Jeffries Landing
Jeffrey & Georgine Snyder
Business Development

Jackie Brewer--Linda Headland--Christine Kroger
Creative Painting
Architecture & Design

Val & Cassie Brkich
Community Life

Third Quarter 2009 Downtown Recognition:

Nick Crivelli is being honored for his generosity to the downtown and his support of Community Life activities by permitting the committee to use his corner lot to hold events.

Second Quarter 2009 Downtown Recognition:


Jean Frey is being recognized by the Bridge Street Committee for her upcoming opening of Art Case...Studio Space and Creative Place at 232 Bridge Street.  It will be a "working  art center" featuring art classes, studio space and saleable local original art.  Jean, artist and manager is also planning exhibits and other events in conjunction with her new enterprise.

First Quarter 2009 Downtown Recognition:

Amy Cole has been chosen for the countless hours she devotes to the betterment of Bridgewater.  She was involved with the Bridgewater Business Association, has volunteered for Riversweep, served on the Regatta Committee and has been involved with SantaLand during our annual Light-Up Night. She currently serves on the Bridge Street Committee and has been influential in initiating many new events and activities for our town.

The Bridge Street Committee congratulates the following businesses for their 10 or more years in our central business district.

Beaver Valley Cash Register Company

Beaver Valley Federal Credit Union

Body Works Massage Therapy

Bridgewater Landings Marina

Bruster’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream & Yogurt

Ella, A Spirited Café

Jerry’s Curb Service

Kelly’s Down by the Riverside Saloon

Laney Dental Laboratory

Malagise & Associates

Medic Rescue

Munroe Auto Body

Nails by George

Nick Crivelli Ford

Pier 19

Scobie’s Auto Service

Smithcraft

Without A Paddle

The Bridge Street Committee thanks the following businesses for opening in our core district during the past 2 years:

Express Yourself Salon

Attorney Joseph Spratt

Covered Bridge Needle Arts

Facets of Light Art Jewelry

Tinitique