b'Business LeadersPART 1Ian RossWood works that will inspire your life isIan has a good eye for detail. Hes honest the tag line for Inspirational Wood Works Inc. and dependable, and he has strong visionary It is owned by Ian Ross, who enjoys livingskills. I really enjoy the opportunity to provide in Scugog with his family. Ian has 21 years ofquality workmanship to people, Ian comment-experience in the business, and hes beened. I like working one on one with my custom-self-employed for 13 years. ers. We will treat your home like it was ours. Inspirational Wood Works Inc. specializ-es in interior/exterior finishing, custom rustic and reclaimed wood work, carpentry, custom Custom Finishing Carpentry woodwork, built-in cabinetry, interior railings 905-242-4690 and stairs, crown molding, hardwood flooring, www.inspirationalwoodworks.com decks, kitchen design and installation. Ken and Angie DeJongFor57years,HanksPastriesLtd.hasLast May, Hanks reopened with a new plat-been famous for its delicious baked goods,form for online ordering through their website. including breads and specialty cakes.Why not try a maple bacon or key lime pie At the young ages of 24 and 26, Ken anddonut?Angie DeJong took over the family businessAlso on Facebook and Instagram.and Hanks success story continued. Pre-COVID, Hanks was a gathering place With the restaurant currently closed duefor friends to enjoy homestyle breakfasts and to the pandemic, Hanks has narrowed downlight lunches. its bakery menu to the most popular items,ThankstoHanksforsupportingminor monster apple fritters (as big as your face)softball, other sports teams and the food bank. 204 Queen Street Port Perrycinnamon buns, butter tarts and new special- 905-985-2172ty donuts, all available for curbside pickup,www.hankspastries.caThursday through Saturday, 8-4. @hankspastriesStewart BennettUnhappyinthecorporateworld,andenjoys helping with wedding rentals and gifts, having had some ups and downs, Stewartand helping people with ancestry searches to Bennett, with his wife Jan by his side, decid- trace their roots. The smiles on their faces ed to share his passion and love of Scotlandmake everything worthwhile, Stewart com-by opening The Wee Tartan Shop 23 yearsmented.ago. Some townsfolk said the store wouldntBecause of the pandemic, a new website The Weelast six months, but its still thriving! and digital marketing tool was created, and The largest percentage of our sales is inthis has paid off. Shipments have been sent Tartan Shop the British Food Department. Brits love theirto Australia, New York and the Yukon.177 Queen Street, Port Perry sweets,ScotchPies,BlackPuddingandCurrently open as The Wee Box Store 905-985-6573 Mushy Peas! Stewart said. for grocery shopping, curbside pickup, local www.shopweetartan.com 90% of the products come from Scotland,delivery and online sales. England, Ireland and Wales. The staff of sixClosed Sunday & Monday.Tony Janssen & Patrick CavanaghFor 47 years PPPrint has been servingWerecentlywelcomedPatricktoour the printing/promotional needs of business- team; he brings over 22 years of experience es within Durham Region and beyond. Wein the apparel and promotional industry! Give offer a broad range of products and servic- Patrick a call for a consultation to select the es: flyers, postcards, signs of all shapes andperfect items for you, staff, and customers!sizes, banners, labels, and more. If it prints,Our customers and our team at PPPrint we can do it! are our success! Thank you for your loyalty Over the years PPPrint has helped manyand commitment! 201 North St., businesses by designing eye-catching mar- We are a proud member of the Scugog keting materials. Our talented designers canChamber of Commerce. We love our com- Port Perrycreate almost anything from simplistic to in- munity and do our best to support as many905-985-9755tricate projects or design your own. local charities and organizations that we canadmin@ppprint.ca | patrick@ppprint.caeach year. Mon-Friday 9:00-5:0018FOCUS - MAY 2021'