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By Teresa Bigham/The Hesperian – Beacon—
LOCKNEY – Joy Dalrymple, owner of Joyfulea Creations has been open a few months now and business is booming.
She and her husband, Curtis have called Lockney home since 2016. Together the couple have four children, Megan Mills, 27 years old, Jordan Smoot, 24 years old, Baylee Hicks 21 years old and a 13-year-old Dalton Thornton. The couple are also the proud grandparents to six grandkids.
“We absolutely love living here. This community is so supportive and welcoming,” Dalrymple said.
“Curtis and I felt like our family needed a change while we were living in Tulia. So, my husband applied with Wright’s Auto, as a certified mechanic. Once he got the job, we just knew this is where we’d call home,” said Dalrymple.
Joy opened her business, Joyfulea Creations and More in July. Dalrymple said, “We carry everything you can think of. Tools, craft items, old records, books, bedding antiques and furniture and everything in between.”
They also offer lay-a-way for all customers. It’s a 60 day lay-a-way with 20% down. They take cash or cards, and they are open Monday – Friday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturdays 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
On Saturday, April 4. The Spring Fling and Vendor Show will be underway. “This is the first time for us to hold a craft and vendor show and we plan to do this as a quarterly event. Right now, we have ten vendors confirmed and many vendor forms still out there. If anyone would like a vendor form all they have to do is stop by the shop at 118 E. Shurbet or give me a call at 806-640-8739.