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Ribbon-Cutting Opens New Children's Clothing Boutique

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  Original Published: 10/4/2013Moms and grandmas of young children have a new place to shop for clothing for their little ones. The Tailored Dumpling children's boutique, at 232 Union Street in Ashland opened for business Friday, with a ribbon-cutting. The owner is 26-year-old Leslie Zimmerman, the mother of a 3-year-old daughter. Ashland Area Chamber of Commerce President Barbie Lange loves the new store, and the fact this is the third business to open in eight days. The Tailored Dumpling is in a storefront that was recently vacated by another business, which moved to larger quarters because it's growing, another sign Ashland's business community is expanding.
   
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