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Maize 'n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar held its grand opening ceremony in coordination with its one year anniversary. Owner Susan Champouillon delayed the celebration when Superstorm Sandy devastated the area within two weeks of the store's soft opening in October of 2012. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun)
Maize 'n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar held its grand opening ceremony in coordination with its one year anniversary. Owner Susan Champouillon delayed the celebration when Superstorm Sandy devastated the area within two weeks of the store's soft opening in October of 2012. Customers are seen chatting with Ms. Champouillon (far left) during the event which featured samples of food items, discounts on bulk goods, raffle prizes and more. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Maize 'n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar owner Susan Champouillon chats with customer Shelley Coolbaugh, of Sterling, Conn., about some of the food items she carries. The store held its grand opening ceremony, which included food samples, discounts and raffle prizes,  in coordination with its one year anniversary. Ms. Champouillon delayed the celebration when Superstorm Sandy devastated the area within two weeks of the store's soft opening in October of 2012. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Maize ’n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar owner Susan Champouillon prepares to cut the ceremonial ribbon with help from, left to right, employee Betsey Matczak, friend Jason Rouslin and author Keith Crowley during the grand-opening celebration at the High Street store last Saturday. The event, which included food samples, discounts and raffle prizes, was held in coordination with the store’s one-year anniversary. Champouillon delayed the grand opening when Superstorm Sandy devastated the area within two weeks of the store’s soft opening in October 2012. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun) Shelley Coolbaugh, of Sterling, Conn., places bulk food items in a bag as her daughter, Rhiane, 12, looks on. The family came to downtown Westerly to do some shopping and were visiting Maize 'n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar for the first time. The High St. store held its grand opening ceremony on Saturday, which included a ribbon cutting, food samples, raffle prizes and discounts, in coordination with its one year anniversary. Owner Susan Champouillon delayed the celebration when Superstorm Sandy devastated the area within two weeks of the store's soft opening in October of 2012. (Grace White / The Westerly Sun)

Photo Gallery: Maize ‘n Manna Grand Opening


Maize ‘n Manna Wholefoods and Juice Bar on High St. in Westerly held its grand opening celebration in coordination with its one year anniversary. The event, which included a ribbon cutting, food samples, discounts and raffle prizes, was postponed when Superstorm Sandy hit the area last October. Owner Susan Champouillon wanted The Greater Westerly-Pawcatuck Area Chamber of Commerce to be able to focus on the aftermath of the storm.



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