Page Turners Open in Fairview

Books! Books! Books! Over 2000 new books, and more coming in every week, await the reader at Page Turners, 214 S. Central Ave., Fairview. Owners Betty Cherrey and Sarah Manuel love to read, and love books but there was nowhere locally to buy them. So, they opened their independent bookstore on May 17. They are delighted to bring this new, much needed, family owned business to Fairview.

Featuring the latest releases as well as some old favorites, fiction and non-fiction books for kids and adults are artfully displayed for easy browsing. Study volumes are also available. Book marks, reading glasses, journals and first year baby journals complete the offerings in this cozy setting. Not sure what to purchase for your favorite reader? Gift cards suit everyone's taste. Page Turners also has punch cards where you receive 10% off the 11th purchase.

Cherrey moved to Fairview in 2000 and is married to Pat who owns Cherrey's Red Top service station. Manuel is married to Dustin and has two high school kids, Martin and Savannah. She currently works at BOSS in Sidney. Both ladies and their families are ardent supporters of Fairview and the community.

Everyone is invited to come in and check out the new store Tuesday–Saturday from 10 a.m.– 6 p.m. A grand opening is planned for June 25. Watch for more details in The Roundup.

For more information, contact Page Turners at 406-742-5700, visit their FB page at pageturners24 or email them at [email protected].


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