Heather Wyard-Scott. Photo submitted The Cabin Door is offering various life coaching services to Mannville and surrounding areas.
Heather Wyard-Scott began The Cabin Door to give back what life experiences have taught her and put them to good use. Over her thirty years in the workforce, Wyard-Scott has acquired much experience in numerous different fields from agriculture to real estate and has owned and operated a bookkeeping business as well as an auto detailing business.
Clothing retailer 19 8ighty 9ine has had an unexpected surge in business this year.
The business was started by Glenda Duchak seven years ago. Duchak makes various clothing including sweaters and scarves. When COVID-19 hit, Duchak began a new route.
It was a friend of Duchak’s, who is a nurse in New York, that suggested Duchak make some masks for her and other hospital personnel in New York.
“That’s where it all began,” Duchak explained.
Since COVID-19 began, Duchak repor
Wessels storefront. Photo Elaina John Wessels in Mannville just celebrated 52 years of business in June. Owners Horst and Martha Wessel also just celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.
Horst Wessel moved to Canada from Germany in 1952. In 1962, the Wessels bought a farm, and later, started the store in 1968. The store started out as a department store, and was originally located in what is now the Sunflower Chinese Restaurant. After 10 years of business, the Wessels were