An historic building in downtown Fairbury is home to a new business, with the help of local economic development incentives. Pure Sérénité Spa and Salon, owned by Chris Stewart of Fairbury, opened its doors in December of 2010. Pure Sérénité Spa is a world-class, full-service day spa and salon that offers high-quality spa services, some available for the first time in the Fairbury area.
The Fairbury City Council voted unanimously to grant $20,000 from the LB840 fund to TLC Creations, owned by Tammy Cleary of Fairbury. TLC Creations is an event planning and party supply outlet for Fairbury and the surrounding area. TLC Creations began as a home-based business. Operations commenced in the basement, then moved into the garage behind home, where a small shop was set up for client consultations.
Lambert Vet Supply (LVS) is pleased to announce the grand opening of Main Street Animal Clinic and retail center, a new urban style center for animal health care. Located at 504 E St, in historic downtown Fairbury, the clinic is a first for the company; combining primary, limited-practice veterinary care for companion animals with a retail outlet for their extensive catalog line of animal care products and medications.
The Fairbury City Council has voted unanimously to fund the installation of a new HVAC system in the historic building located on the north side of the downtown Square. The building, owned by Cheryl Schroeder, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as a contributing property in Fairbury’s Downtown Historic District and houses Attitudes Apparel, a retail clothing store.