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High Springs Mayor Byran Williams cuts theribbon at the grand opening of Suburban Propane’s new office. (Today photo/C.M. WALKER)

HIGH SPRINGS – Area residents and local dignitaries joined the staff of Suburban Propane on Oct. 25 to share in the grand opening of the newly renovated High Springs branch office. The office, located at 17460 High Springs Main Street, now has space to welcome employees from their Gainesville office to join them in serving their High Springs area clients.

Residents, company and city officials looked on as High Springs Mayor Byran Williams performed ribbon-cutting duties.

Suburban Propane provided a jump house for kids to enjoy and the High Springs Fire Department brought one of their fire trucks for kids to explore. Visitors also took advantage of a grand opening special on cylinder fills for $8 per 20-lb. tank.

Flu shots, provided by Walgreen's Drug Store, were available for anyone wishing to take advantage of the opportunity. A blood drive was set up by Life South Community Blood Center as well.

Door prizes were given out and visitors took advantage of the refreshments and lunch provided by Suburban Propane in honor of the occasion.

The new facility will employ a staff of 18, 17 of whom transferred from the company's former Gainesville office to the newly-renovated location.

Suburban Propane Partners, L.P. is a nationwide distributor of propane, fuel oil related products and services, as well as a marketer of natural gas and electricity.

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