For more information on the Scottish Pearl, call Knapp at (765) 386-6662.
Another new business is Cinnamon Girls Bakery & Cafe that opened in May at 8026 Main St., in what used to be known as the Bread Basket Café. The small business is owned and operated by Jill Nichols and her daughter, Lindsey Nichols.”
Jill Nichols got her start in the bakery business at age 15. Her parents, Cecil and Nancy Turpin, owned and operated Cecil’s Famous Cinnamon Rolls as one of the first food stands at the Covered Bridge Festival in Mansfield.
The Turpins did several festivals, including the Indiana State Fair, where some very famous people have tried their cinnamon rolls, which are made from scratch. Nichols and her sisters became known as the Cinnamon Girls.
In addition to the rolls, the bakery also offers pies, cakes, breads, and more. Hours are 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. To place an order, call the bakery at (765) 386-BUNS (2867).
“I’ve been told my Ruebens are the best in the county,” Nichols said. “We’re getting lots of orders for pies and cheesecakes. Things are going pretty well.”
The Hairhut and Floral Boutique has been open at the corner of Main and Milton streets for four years. The shop offers a full-service hair salon and full-service florist. There are also a variety of gift items available. For more information, call 765-386-2222.