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Main Street Façade and Sign Grants for Downtown Businesses

The Georgetown Main Street program has presented a number checks this year to businesses for Façade and Sign Grants. The Main Street Façade and Sign Fund is a matching grant program for commercial buildings in the historic downtown area. (Click on photos to see a larger version.)

ThunderCloud check 2-1000

ThunderCloud Subs at 814 S. Main Street received a $10,500 grant for an awning, façade work, and signs. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Bob Weimer, Cheryl Owens, Jim Wilson, Vicki Jackimiec, Nathan Wolfers (general manager), Marcy Urban, Nick Watkins (senior manager), Bethany Powell, Bill Hart, Julie Laderach, and Shelly Hargrove. Find out more about ThunderCloud Subs at ThunderCloud.com.

Camille's check-2-1000

Camille’s Unique Apparel at 706 S. Austin Avenue received a $300 grant for new signs. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Bob Weimer, Julie Laderach, Shelly Hargrove, Cheryl Owens, Bethany Powell, Camille Sweezy (Camille’s owner), Dick Sweezy (co-owner), Vicki Jackimiec, Jim Wilson, Bill Hart, and Marcy Urban. Find out more about Camille’s at www.CamillesLadiesApparel.com.

Hughes trust check 2-1000

The owners of the Dimmit Building at 719 S. Main Street received an $8,000 grant for an awning, exterior painting, and façade work. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Marcy Urban, Shelly Hargrove, Bill Hart, Ellen Hughes (owner), Jim Wilson, Coco Ledyard (owner), Julie Laderach, and Vicki Jackimiec.

Sweet Lemon Inn check 2-1000

Sweet Lemon Inn at 812 S. Church Street received a $10,500 grant for signs, exterior painting, and façade work. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Marcy Urban, Shelly Hargrove, Rachel Cummins (owner), Bill Hart, Julie Laderach, Vicki Jackimiec, and Jim Wilson. Find out more about Sweet Lemon Inn at www.SweetLemonInn.com.

Goodwater check 2-1000

Goodwater Wealth Management Group of Raymond James at 103 E. Eighth Street received a $424 grant for signs. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Marcy Urban, Bill Hart, Angie Spinner (registered client associate), Greg Bowden (vice president), Jaynie Guerrero (registered client associate), Rod Dahl (vice president), Doug Noble (vice president), Jim Wilson, and Shelly Hargrove. Find out more about Goodwater Wealth Management Group at GoodwaterWealth.com.

Southern Hippie check 2-1000

Southern Hippie at 809 S. Main Street received a $3,550 grant for an awning, exterior painting, and façade work. Pictured (left to right) in the photo are Bill Hart, Marcy Urban, Elizabeth Lockhart (owner), Jim Wilson, and Shelly Hargrove. Find out more about Southern Hippie at ShopSouthernHippie.com.

The Main Street Façade and Sign Fund provides reimbursement grants to business owners in the historic downtown area for a portion of improvements made to building facades and new signs. Sign matching grants are for up to $500 and façade matching grants are up to $10,000 for exterior work on a historic building.

Georgetown Main Street promotes historic preservation and economic development efforts in the historic downtown. Main Street is a program of the City of Georgetown Division of Downtown and Community Services. Learn more at mainstreet.georgetown.org.

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