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Country Concessions


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www.countryconcessions.com

2:30 p.m. - Special presentation to Darlene Cooper, former owner of Country Concessions
Afternoon - opportunity to visit with Darlene, enjoy cake and coffee/tea


www.thepost.on.ca

Our guest speaker was Darlene Cooper, owner of Country Concessions in Cookstown.She started sewing at age 10, attended Ryerson College for Fashion Design and went on to design and sew clothes for children, which she sold from a store in Cookstown and at craft fairs for many years.Thirteen years ago she decided to open a Quilt Shop in Cookstown.


www.thepost.on.ca

Another excellent attendance for the November meeting of the Hanover Sewing Club. Our guest speaker was Darlene Cooper, owner of Country Concessions in Cookstown. | MoreOsprey Media. - The Post - Ontario, CAOur guest speaker was Darlene Cooper, owner of Country Concessions in Cookstown.She started sewing at age 10, attended Ryerson College for Fashion Design and went on to design and sew clothes for children, which she sold from a store in Cookstown and at craft fairs for many years.Thirteen years ago she decided to open a Quilt Shop in Cookstown.


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Our guest speaker was Darlene Cooper, owner of Country Concessions in Cookstown. [ More ]


www.countryconcessions.com

Darlene Cooper, the founder and long-time owner of the business, has decided that there are lots of other things in life that she wants to try and that retirement will afford her that opportunity.
She and John are heading to Texas for a well-deserved rest for a couple of months and then have lots of other exciting travel plans for the future. We are very excited about the future of Country Concessions. Darlene has built a wonderful thriving business which has served quilters from all over Ontario for over 16 years.


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