Sycamore Chamber welcomes Lizzy’s Pink Boutique

Sycamore Chamber welcomes Lizzy’s Pink Boutique

Daily Chronicle December 5, 2017 Sycamore, IL The Sycamore Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon-cutting Nov. 7 for Lizzy’s Pink Boutique, 303 W. State St. in Sycamore. The women's fashion boutique recently relocated to a downtown storefront. For information, visit www.lizzyspinkboutique.com or call 815-991-9188.
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Moonlight Madness in Sycamore, Illinois

Moonlight Madness in Sycamore, Illinois

Violinists Eva Peterson (left), 11, and Emma Fredericks, 12, both of Sycamore, as they perform in the storefront window of Lizzy's Pink Boutique during the annual Moonlight Madness shopping event on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in downtown Sycamore.
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Moonlight Madness in Downtown Sycamore, Illinois

Moonlight Madness in Downtown Sycamore, Illinois

Matthew Apgar - mapgar@shawmedia.com Emma Fredericks of Sycamore, 12, plays the violin in the storefront window of Lizzy's Pink Boutique during the annual Moonlight Madness shopping event on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in downtown Sycamore.
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Moonlight Madness in Downtown Sycamore

Moonlight Madness in Downtown Sycamore

Daily Chronicle November 18, 2017 Sycamore Lizzy's Pink Boutique assistant manager Bobby Mallin checks out customer Julie Verdone of Sycamore and her daughter Charlie, 8, during the annual Moonlight Madness shopping event on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in downtown Sycamore.
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Moonlight Madness - Sycamore, IL

Moonlight Madness - Sycamore, IL

Matthew Apgar - mapgar@shawmedia.com Karen Krause of Sycamore checks out the decorations at Lizzy's Pink Boutique during the annual Moonlight Madness shopping event on Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 in downtown Sycamore.
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Lizzy's Pink Boutique moves to Sycamore storefront

Lizzy's Pink Boutique moves to Sycamore storefront

Daily Chronicle By KEVIN SOLARI Nov. 13, 2017 SYCAMORE – The brick-and-mortar store for Lizzy’s Pink Boutique opened in Sycamore at the end of October, but the business was more than a year-and-a-half old by the time its State Street doors were unlocked. Owner Lizzy Oparyk first worked out of her home selling women’s clothing and accessories. ...
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