Downtown Speedway opens Aug. 4


Barring some sort of calamity, Aug. 4 will mark the official grand opening of the new Speedway convenience store location at the corner of Pine Street and Second Avenue in Gallipolis. The project, which began in early April, didn’t come without obstacles, which included the demolition of a historic John Gee-built home. A marker was erected by Speedway officials to commemorate the spot where Gee’s house once stood.


Barring some sort of calamity, Aug. 4 will mark the official grand opening of the new Speedway convenience store location at the corner of Pine Street and Second Avenue in Gallipolis. The project, which began in early April, didn’t come without obstacles, which included the demolition of a historic John Gee-built home. A marker was erected by Speedway officials to commemorate the spot where Gee’s house once stood.

Barring some sort of calamity, Aug. 4 will mark the official grand opening of the new Speedway convenience store location at the corner of Pine Street and Second Avenue in Gallipolis. The project, which began in early April, didn’t come without obstacles, which included the demolition of a historic John Gee-built home. A marker was erected by Speedway officials to commemorate the spot where Gee’s house once stood.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_IMG_2611.jpgBarring some sort of calamity, Aug. 4 will mark the official grand opening of the new Speedway convenience store location at the corner of Pine Street and Second Avenue in Gallipolis. The project, which began in early April, didn’t come without obstacles, which included the demolition of a historic John Gee-built home. A marker was erected by Speedway officials to commemorate the spot where Gee’s house once stood.
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