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Need2Know: New boutique on Cortez Street; Classy N Sassy gets new owner; Chambers hosting turkey drives


Classy N Sassy Boutique’s new owner, Elizabeth Audiss, sifts through some of the stores cloths with her employee, Kathy Connors.

Classy N Sassy gets new owner

After nine years of running her store, Linda Forbes has relinquished ownership of Classy N Sassy Boutique, 220 W. Goodwin St.

“I’m kind of just looking to enjoy retirement,” Forbes said.

The new owner is Elizabeth Audiss. She recently moved to Prescott from California. Though she’s the new owner of Classy N Sassy, she has no intention of changing the business.

“I love this store,” Audiss said. “Why fix something that’s not broken.”

While Forbes is no longer the owner, you might still find her around the store for the next couple of months as she assists with the transition. “I’m going to be here for as long as she needs me,” Forbes said.



A new boutique has opened up on Cortez St. in Prescott.

New boutique on Cortez Street

The newest addition to Prescott’s boutique scene is Key-2-My-Heart.

The business is located at 119 S. Cortez St. and features romantic apparel, lingerie, home décor and gift items.

For more information, call the store at 928-925-8002.

Chambers hosting turkey drives

Both the Prescott and Prescott Valley Chambers of Commerce are hosting their annual Flying High Turkey Drives on Monday, Nov. 20.



The Prescott Valley Chamber of Commerce all geared up for the annual Flying High Turkey Drive.

The Prescott Chamber’s will take place at Fry’s Food Stores on both Willow Creek Road and Fair Street from noon to 6 p.m.

The Prescott Valley Chamber’s drive will take place at Fry’s Food Stores on Glassford Hill Road from noon to 6 p.m.

Staff and volunteers for both chambers will be collecting turkeys and non-perishable food donations for Yavapai Food Bank. Monetary donations to purchase turkeys and all the trimmings are accepted as well. All checks must be payable to Yavapai Food Bank.

The overall goal is to collect 2,500 turkeys, which will end up in Thanksgiving food baskets to be distributed to those in need.

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