Eric Ruf, President of the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce and Director of the Belington Clinic presented the Barbour County Chamber of Commerce First Dollar Award to Chrystal Hannah and husband Ron Hannah during the recent Open House at Hannah’s Bakery in Belington.

The award recognizes the effort, commitment, and financial investment by Hannah House Bakery in establishing its business, and expresses the Chamber’s appreciation for enhancing the economic future of Barbour County and for its support of the Free Enterprise System. The bakery is located at 119 Gray Stone Plaza, telephone (304) 823-3133.  Their web site is www.HannahHouseBakery.com  The business is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and remains open until 6:00 p.m. on Fridays.  Owner Crystal Hannah was a long-term employee of K-Mart and the Good Samaritan Society before opening her bakery business.  Other employees include Michelle Louk, formerly of Walmart and Belington Shop-n-Save, Susan Evans, also of Shop-n-Save, and Sarah Harris, the former owner of the Cookie Jar.  “We hope the Barbour County community will take advantage of all the talents that Hannah House Bakery has to offer.  Let us do your baking and preparation, whether it be cakes, cookies, pies, party trays, catering, or a simple deli sandwich or salad when you stop in.  If you support small business in our small town, we will be around for a long time because that’s what we are here to do. Our drivers deliver in three surrounding counties to those offices, schools, and businesses which request luncheon deliveries,” Hannah says.