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Day Spa & Salon
217 South Hwy. 27,
Burley, ID 83318
The Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce and the Chamber Ambassadors hosted a ribbon cutting at Shear Peace in Burley, to commemorate their Grand Opening. We would like to congratulate them and wish them the best of luck. Gift certificates are available for that special someone a need of a little pampering for the holidays. Their business hours are Tuesday through Friday 10:00am -6:00pm and Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Unique Wine Boutique
1229 Oakley Ave,
Burley, ID 83318
The Mini-Cassia Chamber Ambassadors hosted a ribbon cutting at Unique Wine Boutique in Burley, to commemorate their Grand Opening. We would like to congratulate them and wish them the best of luck. Their business hours are Monday through Thursday 11:00am-9:00pm, and Friday and Saturday 11:00am-10:00pm
As most of you know my term as your president of the Mini-Cassia Chamber of Commerce will be over at the end of the year. I must say I am very proud and confident with your new president, Jennifer Cutler and her Executive Board, Chet Jeppesen and Curtiss Peterson. I am equally thrilled with the choices you made by voting in committed community members to the Board of Directors that will help insure Mini-Cassia will remain a desirable place to raise a family and grow your business. Rest assured, each of your Board Members have the good of Mini-Cassia at heart. I want to give a special thank you to Dr. Ron Christensen, currently serving as past president, for all of his support and guidance he has given me throughout this last year. Also, Kae Cameron, Jackie Larson and Heather Petersen, I want to thank each of you for your hard work and dedication to Mini-Cassia. You represent the Chamber well and I am grateful for all you do….with a smile!
Henry’s at the Drift Inn
545 F Street, Rupert
Pictured Back: Susan Burton and Edith Thompson
The Drift Inn Building complex is listed on the national register of Historic Places in Rupert. The corner was originally home to Smiths Meat Market. The second building, that is now the banquet room, is part of the oldest standing building on the square and was originally the Commercial Bank built in 1909. Then in 1917 the current corner structure was added for the expanding bank. The Building became known as the Drift Inn in 1963 when the downstairs was refurbished by Thelma Ennis and her Daughter Shirley. Thelma’s finger steaks became a local favorite and are still on the menu today.
The Drift Inn was operated by the Ennis family until 2004 when it was purchased by Charlie and Lori Creason, and after a few renovations upstairs, while maintaining as much of the original architecture as possible, the offices were turned into 6 beautiful suites which you can rent at a great rate. The Drift Inn has a great casual daily lunch special as well as a fine dining with nightly dinner specials, a great outdoor patio for the summer time and a banquet room, which can be reserved for office or family parties. So Drift in, stay awhile and enjoy! Their business hours are Monday through Saturday 11:00am – close.