Finery on Main menswear store opens in Aberdeen’s Ward Hotel

Finery on Main is now open inside the Alonzo Ward Hotel and Plaza. The boutique offers a selection of custom-made men’s clothing, gift items and permanent jewelry.

The store opens at 10 a.m. Tuesday through Saturday, closes at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, 7 p.m. Thursday, and 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. A grand opening is scheduled for November 17-19.

This is part of a major refurbishment of the first and second floors of The Ward. First floor works include an updated look for Roma Restaurante with a sizeable extension. Finery on Main is one of two retail spaces that will also be on the first floor, according to a press release from Hub City Downtown earlier this year.

Finery owner Julie Fischbach said the response to the business has been “absolutely amazing” and has exceeded expectations. Also owner of Mainstream Boutique at 3211 Seventh Ave. SE, Fischbach said she was inspired to open the new store because it’s something the community has been asking for since she opened Mainstream Boutique nearly 10 years ago.

Although the store already carries a variety of merchandise, Fishbach said more products are on order. The boutique offers a selection of clothing and accessories for men starting at $30 and a variety of home décor and jewelry for women. She said she was the first in South Dakota to offer permanent jewelry, where the ring holding the bracelet, necklace or anklet is soldered on so it can be worn all the time.

Fischbach said his goal with the store was to create a legacy business that could exist for years, but also a business that has a solid foundation for an entrepreneur who may one day want to take it over. A website for Finery on Main is planned for 2023. In the meantime, the store sits on Facebook.

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Opening of a Hands on Health Clinic in Roscoe

Hands On Health has expanded its services in Roscoe with Sandra Frickson, who has been a physiotherapist in the area for over 25 years and works in the Hoven, Bowdle and Roscoe area. Hands On Health is located in the former Roscoe Family Care Center, 206 W. Merrill Ave. Physiotherapy services will be provided Monday, Tuesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Frickson will also provide services at the Mobridge Hands on Health Clinic on Wednesdays. and Thursday.

Frickson has a background in women’s health, incontinence, dry needling, several hands-on manual techniques, and a strong background in orthopedics. She has been a rural GP her entire career, treating everyone from birth to three children to geriatrics, according to a press release from Hands on Health.

“I thrive on variety, it allows me to use all of my knowledge in adapting techniques to the needs of the patient,” Frickson said in the statement.

Hands on Health accepts most local insurance, including Veterans Administration payments, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. For appointments, call 605-374-5844. Supplier references can be faxed to 605-374-9524.

Albertano’s, Marshalls now open in Aberdeen

Albertano’s Mexican restaurant opened Tuesday at 3311 Sixth Ave. SE This is the fourth restaurant opened by business partners Maria Santana and Sergio Aguilar. The others are in Bozeman, Montana; Buffalo, Wyo.; and Gillette, Wyo.

Marshalls is also open in Uptown Aberdeen. Marshalls, the mall’s newest addition, opened Oct. 30.

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News and Notes:

  • The Power of Hope Radiothon takes place November 9-10 in Aberdeen and features stories of hope and courage from local children and their families. Presented by NVC, the event supports the Sanford Health Foundation to help families receiving care at Sanford Children’s Hospital. The event will air from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Hub City Radio stations 97.7 FM, 106.7 FM and 103.7 FM. Aberdeen Wings players will also wear jerseys designed in honor of Sanford Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Miracle Network during the Nov. 12 game.
  • The Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for Leadership Aberdeen 2023. This is a comprehensive 12-week leadership training program. Tuition is $800 for chamber members and $950 for non-chamber members. More information can be found at aberdeen-chamber.com/events-programs/leadership-aberdeen/.
  • The guest speaker for the Aberdeen Area Chamber of Commerce’s Community Affairs Luncheon on November 16 is David Owen, president and chief lobbyist for the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Lunch is at noon at the Best Western Ramkota. The cost is $20 for chamber members and $25 for non-chamber members. RSVP by November 14 by calling 605-225-2860 or emailing [email protected]
  • The South Dakota Snowmobile Convention will be held in Aberdeen on November 11-12. It is organized by the Aberdeen Drift Busters Snowmobile Club at the Best Western Ramkota Convention Center. It presents a winter fun show on November 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This fair is open to the public and features a variety of exhibits and educational sessions. Participants will also learn how to access South Dakota’s online snowmobile safety course.
  • Fiksdal Furniture and Gifts in Webster closes at the end of December. The owners made the announcement on the company’s Facebook page. The business, on Webster’s Main Street, opened its doors 123 years ago.

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