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Denmark Farmhouse Cheese and Ducketts Mill Wines hosts DCC members for business after hours

Stuart McGuckinAlbany Advertiser
Tarja Henttonen and Shirley Thurston
Camera IconTarja Henttonen and Shirley Thurston Credit: Denmark CCI

Denmark Chamber of Commerce’s monthly business hours was hosted by the Denmark Farmhouse Cheese and Ducketts Mill Wines with a high level of Christmas spirit last week.

Annette Stock and her team welcomed DCC members with an array of tempting platters and wines at what was described by the DCC as “the perfect venue for some networking and relaxing.”

Artist Carol Ann O’Connor, who has her gallery Sisters of Eve at 251 Mt Shadforth Road, co-hosted the event and some of her work was on display.

O’Connor entertained guests with the heartfelt story of how one of her paintings came to be.

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Lesley Hunter and Yvonne Hortin
Camera IconLesley Hunter and Yvonne Hortin Credit: Denmark CCI
Tarja Henttonen and Shirley Thurston
Camera IconTarja Henttonen and Shirley Thurston Credit: Denmark CCI
Wayne and Carol Winchester
Camera IconWayne and Carol Winchester Credit: Denmark CCI
Yvonne Hortin and Carol Ann O'Connor
Camera IconYvonne Hortin and Carol Ann O'Connor Credit: Denmark CCI
Annette Stock with Jon and Gill Atkinson
Camera IconAnnette Stock with Jon and Gill Atkinson Credit: Denmark CCI
David Stockdale and David Schober
Camera IconDavid Stockdale and David Schober Credit: Denmark CCI

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