Members of the Grove Area Chamber of Commerce ambassadors and staff hosted a ribbon cutting on Thursday, Aug. 2, for chamber member Note-Able Homestead Workshop at their new location at 4600 US Highway 59 North. Note-Able Workshop is owned and operated by Ken and Myra Noteboom and is based on a mission of helping others and giving people a second chance through gainful employment. With the purchase of The Homestead incorporated into their business, the customer now has a choice between cedar handcrafted outdoor furniture and poly-tuf furniture. Those attending the ribbon cutting included Angela Hamilton, Grand River Abstract & Title Co.; Ivan Devitt, The Dodd Company; Tennille Kent, The Party Station; Matt Carnes, First National Bank; Gary Kirby, Bank of Grand Lake; Louis Templin, individual member; Ken and Myra Noteboom cutting the ribbon; Michael Hart, First National Bank; Deanne Gessell, Webb Insurance; Nick Bowers, BOLT Fiber Optic Services; Kailey Sills, Bank of Grand Lake; Cole Wheeler, Bank of Brand Lake; Al Beinke, Immanuel Lutheran Church; Natasha Arnall, First National Bank; and Donnie Crain, president of Grove Area Chamber of Commerce.