Grazing Grace celebrates Ribbon Cutting

The Batesville Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Grazing Grace.

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Grazing Grace makes themed charcuterie boxes and customizable charcuterie boards for your special event, whether it's a birthday party, girls' night, or corporate event.

Sydney Nail, owner of Grazing Grace, has been sharing her love and passion for charcuterie boards for around two years. “I just wanted to bring something very unique to the Batesville community,” she explained. 

You can find Grazing Grace offering  grab-and-go charcuterie boxes around town at different events, but you can also place customizable catering orders and individual box delivery for special events. Their individual boxes and large boards include a variety of ingredients from various meats, cheeses, fruits and vegetables to dips, crackers, and desserts. Everything Grazing Grace has to offer is designed to not only taste great but also be aesthetically pleasing.

Ambassadors in attendance included: Sijle Antosen (Weichert, Realtors - The PropertyShoppe), Lori Campbell (Batesville School District), Amy Crouch-Howard (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Amanda Dickey (Block Insurance), Mary Duvall (Bad Boy, Inc), Ashley Engles (Citizens Bank), Amy Finster (White River Health), Tammy Foster (First Community Bank), Kirsten Harvey (Arkansas Sherriff's Youth Ranch), Eva Henriksen (Merchants & Planters Bank), Aaron Herndon (Citizens Bank), John High (Qualls Batesville Funeral Service), Justin Keister (Syngery, HR LLC), Dana Millikin (White River Now), Sarah Perkins (Weichert, Realtors - The Property Shoppe), Megan Renihan (Batesville School District), Peter Rouiler (First Community Bank), Justin Russell (Bank of Cave City), Lori Tacker (Batesville Eye Care Center), Christina Watts (LaCroix Precision Optics), Micah Moody (White River Health), Lindsey Dingman (Bryants Pharmacy and HealthCare Center), Brittney Harris (Independence Off Road), Lindy Hopper (First Community Bank), Chad Whiteaker (White River Now), and Courteney Muse (Southern Bank).

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