Dick Froeling, who worked at the supermarket as the meat manager for 40 years, retired recently, Hunt said. Brandon Wright has joined the staff as his successor.
When all the renovations are completed, a grand re-opening sale will take place, though the details have not been finalized. When work gets closer to completion, Daily News readers should find more information about the event in a future article.
Harvest Supermarket is currently hiring for all positions, Hunt said. Interested applicants are encouraged to come in person to ask for an application.
Tops Hardware, which is also owned by Harvest Supermarkets Inc. will be undergoing renovations as well, but the manager, Rick Butcher, is on vacation and will be unavailable until next week.
A full story detailing the renovations at Tops will appear in an upcoming edition of the Daily News.
Among many other changes, Tops will receive a new exterior, a new sign, the parking lot will be resurfaced and the lawn and garden center will be reorganized and expanded.
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