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City girl goes country

Randolph business owner enjoys community’s spirit

December 3, 2011
By Beverly Kehe-Rowland ( , The Post-Journal

RANDOLPH - ''We have a wide variety of things that would interest everyone,'' is how Valorie Barzak describes her new business venture, called 129 Main Street. The multi-dealer shop is one of the newest businesses in Randolph and opened in April. Seventeen dealers from Jamestown, Olean, Leon, Gowanda, Randolph and Shinglehouse, Pa., are represented within its walls, featuring antiques, collectibles and motorcycle apparel, formal and bridal wear, as well as Avon, Amish-made goods, antique tools, tie-dyed clothing, indoor-outdoor plaques, and statues. Personalized doilies, vintage clothing and jewelry, costume jewelry, old and new Christmas decorations and coins are also for sale. Long-armed quilting is available onsite.



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