Tri-C hosts open house, ribbon cutting

Mayor Sam Bishop, left, and Heather Macy, executive director of Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry, attend Sunday’s ribbon cutting and open house for Tri-C. - Misty Matthews | Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce
While Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry has been operating at its 290 N. Bridge St. location in downtown Elkin for a few weeks, the ribbon is cut officially opening the facility Sunday during an open house. - Misty Matthews | Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce

While Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry has been operating at its 290 N. Bridge St. location in downtown Elkin for a few weeks, the ribbon is cut officially opening the facility Sunday during an open house.

Mayor Sam Bishop, left, and Heather Macy, executive director of Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry, attend Sunday’s ribbon cutting and open house for Tri-C.

Mayor Sam Bishop, left, and Heather Macy, executive director of Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry, attend Sunday’s ribbon cutting and open house for Tri-C.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_tric-3_formatted.jpgMayor Sam Bishop, left, and Heather Macy, executive director of Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry, attend Sunday’s ribbon cutting and open house for Tri-C. Misty Matthews | Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce

While Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry has been operating at its 290 N. Bridge St. location in downtown Elkin for a few weeks, the ribbon is cut officially opening the facility Sunday during an open house.
https://www.elkintribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/web1_tric-1_formatted.jpgWhile Tri-County Christian Crisis Ministry has been operating at its 290 N. Bridge St. location in downtown Elkin for a few weeks, the ribbon is cut officially opening the facility Sunday during an open house. Misty Matthews | Yadkin Valley Chamber of Commerce