New Billie’s store has festive opening with ribbon cutting |  News, Sports, Jobs

New Billie’s store has festive opening with ribbon cutting | News, Sports, Jobs

THE DICKINSON AREA The Chamber of Commerce recently cut the ribbon for Billie’s, a new business on the north side of Iron Mountain. In front, from left, Billie’s family and associates: Cece Picket; Kalli Granquist; Mariah Schewe, Billie’s owner; Kennedy Cain, Mariah’s daughter, holding granddaughter Rose Cain; Kooper Schewe, daughter; Jackie Willis, grandmother; and Lynn Schultz, owner and mother of Mariah. Up front are Chamber Ambassadors Matt Lutz, Tyler Swanson, Shelly Lindner and Ray King; and Suzanne Larson, room director. Also featured are Chamber Ambassadors Teresa Schettler, Samantha and Alex Carey, Anne LaBelle, Mark Sertich, Ruthie Yoder, Trisha Peterson and Cole Grenier. (Marguerite Lanthier/Daily News photo)

IRON MOUNTAIN — Billie’s, a new business owned and operated by Mariah Schewe and family, recently celebrated their grand opening by cutting the ribbon with the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce.

Billie’s offers a variety of quick and ready-to-eat breakfast and lunch items, along with coffee drinks, bubble tea, frozen yogurt, and gifts. Billie’s has oatmeal bowls and yogurt parfaits for early morning commuters. This, combined with a good bubble tea or coffee drink, makes for a perfect warm-up.

Billie’s also has cookie coolers, chia tea, and Italian soft drinks. Their frozen yogurt is always ready to go, and their self-serve bar is stocked with fresh seasonal fruits and treats like Reese’s chunks and cookie dough bites. They can also turn any favorite fro-yo flavor into a milkshake.

They have a variety of seasonal gifts, greeting cards and T-shirts with Billie’s logo for any gift-giving occasion. New items are always coming in.

Billie’s hours of operation are Tuesday through Friday from 6am to 6pm and Saturday and Sunday from 8am to 6pm. The business is closed on Mondays. Delivery is possible. Call 906-828-1011 or stop at 406 E. Grand Blvd. on the north side of Iron Mountain.

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