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story.lead_photo.caption Westside Eagle Observer/RANDY MOLL Rustin and Gwyn Unruh, with the help of children Collin and Maddison, cut the ribbon on their new furniture store in Gentry, Flint Creek Amish Furniture, on Thursday (June 6, 2019). Also on hand for the occasion were Gentry Chamber of Commerce director Janie Parks, Clay Arnold, Shana Arnold, Amber Koehn, Zoey Koehn, Ethan Koehn, Karys Arnold, Susan Zeiset, Maxine Foster, Janice Arnold, Kenneth Wise, Linda Byrnes, Sam Byrnes and Mayor Kevin Johnston.

GENTRY -- Though the business has been open for about a month, the ribbon was formally cut Thursday at Flint Creek Amish Furniture, located at 217 E. Main Street in Gentry.

The new business is owned and operated by Rustin and Gwyn Unruh and is open from 9-5 Tuesday through Friday and at other times by appointment -- call 479-233-1959 or email fcafurniture@gmail.com.

The business features solid-wood Amish furniture, and the store includes displays of kitchen and dining room tables, bedroom sets and much more.

The furniture is made in Ohio and Indiana and can be ordered and shipped to the store in Gentry. A large selection is available, with many options, Rustin said.

Unlike furniture pieces offered in many stores, the furniture offered at Flint Creek Amish Furniture is all wood and made to last for generations. And the quality is apparent in the pieces in the store's showroom.

Helping the Unruhs and their two children, Collin and Maddison, at the ribbon cutting were Gentry Chamber of Commerce director Janie Parks, Clay Arnold, Shana Arnold, Amber Koehn, Zoey Koehn, Ethan Koehn, Karys Arnold, Susan Zeiset, Maxine Foster, Janice Arnold, Kenneth Wise, Linda Byrnes, Sam Byrnes and Mayor Kevin Johnston.

The Unruhs are working on a website featuring the store and its offerings and currently have a Facebook page promoting their business.

General News on 06/12/2019

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