Hillbilly Hippie opens in Mechanicsburg


The Champaign County Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting March 20 at a new business in Mechanicsburg, Hillbilly Hippie, 19 N. Main St. From left are Craig Blair, Charlene Sharp, Sarah Blair, owner, Lydia Hess, Chamber executive director, Ellen Spinner, Grace Kurtz and her granddaughter, June Hochstedler. The store offers “upcycled goods for your home.”

The Champaign County Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting March 20 at a new business in Mechanicsburg, Hillbilly Hippie, 19 N. Main St. From left are Craig Blair, Charlene Sharp, Sarah Blair, owner, Lydia Hess, Chamber executive director, Ellen Spinner, Grace Kurtz and her granddaughter, June Hochstedler. The store offers “upcycled goods for your home.”


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The Champaign County Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting March 20 at a new business in Mechanicsburg, Hillbilly Hippie, 19 N. Main St. From left are Craig Blair, Charlene Sharp, Sarah Blair, owner, Lydia Hess, Chamber executive director, Ellen Spinner, Grace Kurtz and her granddaughter, June Hochstedler. The store offers “upcycled goods for your home.”

The Champaign County Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting March 20 at a new business in Mechanicsburg, Hillbilly Hippie, 19 N. Main St. From left are Craig Blair, Charlene Sharp, Sarah Blair, owner, Lydia Hess, Chamber executive director, Ellen Spinner, Grace Kurtz and her granddaughter, June Hochstedler. The store offers “upcycled goods for your home.”
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/04/web1_Web-2.jpgThe Champaign County Chamber hosted a ribbon-cutting March 20 at a new business in Mechanicsburg, Hillbilly Hippie, 19 N. Main St. From left are Craig Blair, Charlene Sharp, Sarah Blair, owner, Lydia Hess, Chamber executive director, Ellen Spinner, Grace Kurtz and her granddaughter, June Hochstedler. The store offers “upcycled goods for your home.” Submitted photo