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Chamber holds Ribbon Cutting for Keever Auto & Ag

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Keever Auto and Ag at their newly opened location at 113 W. College Avenue in the old Lincoln High School Annex. Chamber board member Craig Stertz presented Elijah Keever and wife Lara with the ceremonial first dollar and helped them cut the ribbon on their recently renovated and remodeled location. Board member Angie Davied and office manager Nancy Walter were on hand along with other board members and members of the Lincoln business community.

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Keever Auto and Ag at their newly opened location at 113 W. College Avenue in the old Lincoln High School Annex. Chamber board member Craig Stertz presented Elijah Keever and wife Lara with the ceremonial first dollar and helped them cut the ribbon on their recently renovated and remodeled location. Board member Angie Davied and office manager Nancy Walter were on hand along with other board members and members of the Lincoln business community.

Lara and Elijah Keever are pictured in their new shop with children Jonah and Noah, and employees (L-R) Mike Fenn, Michael Geyer, and Gerald Ridgeway. (Photos by Jim Williams)

Lara and Elijah Keever are pictured in their new shop with children Jonah and Noah, and employees (L-R) Mike Fenn, Michael Geyer, and Gerald Ridgeway. (Photos by Jim Williams)

After operating for about the last 18 months out of the Schwerdtfager Masonry shop at 223 East College, Keever Auto and Ag has opened a new location at 113 West College in the old Lincoln High School Annex. Travis Schwerdtfager and his crew helped to renovate the building and provide Keever with a state-of-the-art mechanic shop that includes multiple lifts, a parts counter, and ample parking for vehicles awaiting repair.

The Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce held a Ribbon Cutting for the Keevers at their new facility last Wednesday, September 24. Owners Elijah and Lara Keever will host an open house Saturday, October 4, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. with a pulled pork lunch to be served from 11:00 a.m. to 1 p.m., or until the food is gone. The event will include live demonstrations and special sales the day of the event.

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