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Rocks of Ages encourages the creative

4:22 PM, Dec. 24, 2013
One of Cami Prokash's unique designs, made of multiple pieces of antique jewelry.
One of Cami Prokash's unique designs, made of multiple pieces of antique jewelry.
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There's nothing else in Kewaunee County quite like Rocks of Ages Jewelry and Beads LLC, all because of the more than 10,000 beading and jewelry items in their inventory, about 100 jewelry design classes they offer and the eight featured local artists' work sold in the store.

Sheila Nimmer of Luxemburg and her daughter Melissa come from a family of jewelers, and when Melissa graduated from high school, they opened Rocks of Ages as a big mother-daughter project.

"We thought it would be fun to do together," Nimmer said. " But as we worked together, we found out this just wasn't her thing." ...

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