Our next stop was "Pennies from Heaven" at 496 Lincoln Avenue. Shop owners, Phyllis Hannah and Fred Bacon of Avalon, offer an extensive selection of avant-garde clothing, shoes and accessories for men, women and children at very affordable prices.
The Acoustic Moose Café was our third stop on our ribbon-cutting adventure. Adam Gibson and Lindsey Chadwick will marry in April. Lindsey, a native of Cook Forest in Clarion County, moved to Nashville, TN after graduating from Penn State University with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies. Adam, also a native of Western PA, received a degree in Music Business from Belmont University in Nashville, TN and as fate intervened, the two would meet. They returned to Pennsylvania and fortunately, for us, they decided to open a business in Bellevue. Adam is an accomplished guitarist/singer/songwriter and plans to perform at the Acoustic Moose in the near future. Plans include featuring local artisans and entertainers at 516 Lincoln Avenue. The wood-stoked brick oven generates fabulous mountain pies and s'mores.