Ben Franklin Store

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Ben Franklin Store
Ben Franklin Store is listed in the Variety Stores category in Ogallala, Nebraska. Displayed below is the only current social network for Ben Franklin Store which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Ben Franklin Store on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Ben Franklin Store is:
111 N Spruce St
Ogallala, NE 69153
(308) 284-3402
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Social Posts for Ben Franklin Store

What a beautiful day, spring is teasing us! I even got the store windows washed. We just received in these cute little cement letters. Use as is or could easily be painted.

Ben Franklin ~ Arts & Crafts shared Ogallala Keith County Chamber's photo.
Thank you to the Chamber for featuring the store this week! Blessed to have been part of Ogallala's business community for 36 years!
This week, the Ogallala/Keith County Chamber of Commerce recognizes Ben Franklin Arts & Crafts as our Thank You Thursday/Business of the week! Diane Adkins, Donna Cornelius (pictured, l to r) and Joan Heideman (not pictured) work in the cozy store located conveniently on North Spruce - in a job most women would love to have! Artists and Crafters are delighted with their selection! The Ogallala/Keith County Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Diane Adkins and Ben Franklin Arts and Crafts for their continued commitment to Keith County!

New fairy garden items, love the little camper! Road trip for warmer weather?

The store will close Saturday, Christmas Eve at 2 PM. We will be closed Monday the 26. Wishing you the warmth of home and family, the cheer and goodwill of friends, and God's peace, love and joy in the coming new year.

This is certainly not a new idea, but it turned out very cute so I thought I would share. This is an old ski sweater of my husbands (1975 yikes!) I was able to make two Christmas pillows using the front and the back of the sweater. Of course my husband swears it was a good sweater that he wore every Christmas!