Enterprise Building sold
The November/December newsletter of the Barnesville Chamber of Commerce congratulates Travis Kaiser and Amy Carvin on their purchase of the c.1896 Doudna Building at 162-166 E. Main St. Records at the Belmont County Auditor’s Office reveals the property transfer was completed on Oct. 4. The historic structure was home to the Barnesville Enterprise from 1927 until the current publisher closed the local office in April 2018.
Business relocates to S. Chestnut Street
The office of PSC Companies recently relocated to 114 S. Chestnut St. from 101 Flower Drive in the village. The move was announced in the most recent Barnesville Chamber newsletter. The Cleveland-based firm, established in 1988, provides construction services including pre-construction cost-estimating, construction scheduling and project management. The firm specializes in historical renovation, senior living, education and mixed-use projects. Heading up the local office is John A. Jefferis, CCM, LEED AP, MPM.
Window decorating contest
The Barnesville Area Chamber of Commerce is again sponsoring a business Christmas window decorating contest. According to chamber officials, all decorations must be in place by Dec. 3 for judging. First, second and third place displays will be awarded.
Youth center profiled
The Haven of Barnesville is an after school Christian youth program located at 167 E. Main St. The Haven is open every day during the school year from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., according to a recent Barnesville Chamber of Commerce newsletter profile. All children from third grade through high school are welcome at the safe place to do homework, activities, and take in a small meal. Staff at The Haven includes Ronna Allen, Staci Graham, Melissa Carpenter, Alex Davidson, Fred Cooper and Jean Cooper. More information on the center is available by calling 740-312-2590.