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DeKalb Chamber welcomes Tavern on Lincoln

Yianni Pappas, 1, is held by his grandfather, John Pappas (middle), next to his father, Foti Pappas (middle, right), as he cuts the ceremonial ribbon at Tavern on Lincoln, 106 E. Lincoln Highway, on the ground level of Cornerstone DeKalb, owned by Pappas Development LLC. The restaurant joined the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Tavern on Lincoln also donated $3,000 to local organizations, including $1,500 to Safe Passage Inc. and $1,500 to the Voluntary Action Center.
Yianni Pappas, 1, is held by his grandfather, John Pappas (middle), next to his father, Foti Pappas (middle, right), as he cuts the ceremonial ribbon at Tavern on Lincoln, 106 E. Lincoln Highway, on the ground level of Cornerstone DeKalb, owned by Pappas Development LLC. The restaurant joined the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Tavern on Lincoln also donated $3,000 to local organizations, including $1,500 to Safe Passage Inc. and $1,500 to the Voluntary Action Center.

Yianni Pappas, 1, is held by his grandfather, John Pappas (middle), next to his father, Foti Pappas (middle, right), as he cuts the ceremonial ribbon at Tavern on Lincoln, 106 E. Lincoln Highway, on the ground level of Cornerstone DeKalb, owned by Pappas Development LLC. The restaurant joined the DeKalb Chamber of Commerce on Thursday. Tavern on Lincoln also donated $3,000 to local organizations, including $1,500 to Safe Passage Inc. and $1,500 to the Voluntary Action Center.

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