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Local Grandma opens "Business in a Box"

Jan. 7, 2014

Anita Hallman Kowalski, a retired Catholic Church professional, opened Angie's Tidbits, a crochet business "in a box". Everything offered is in that box! It contains baby blankets, prayer shawls, fingerless gloves, boot cuffs, crutch toppers, scarves, and covers for IPad and Kindle. All products available at etsy.com.

Recently Anita has been recognized as a VIP by Worldwide Who's Who, and as a top female executive. Apparently the change from church work to a crochet business caught their eye.

All of this came about due to one of my granddaughters who needed to have covers for her crutches. She asked me to make them, and then proceeded to do the groundwork to get the business started. Thank you, McKenna!

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