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Local cookie shop back on its feet

After taking a direct hit from the tornado, Julie’s cookie shop is back on its feet.

Separating cookies and making dough.

Julie’s cookie bouquet shop was originally located across the street from Joplin High School.

It has reopened at 1651 West 7th street in Joplin.

The owner says she felt compelled to reopen and wants the community to continue to enjoy her treats.

She hopes her new location can be a warm welcome place where families and friends come together.

Julie MadlOwner, Julie’s Cookie Bouquet Shop says, “I’m very passionate about what I do so I wanted to continue it and I was really concerned I wouldn’t find a new place but I found this location! And my husband is a general contractor so he was able to get me up and running in two and a half weeks.”

Julies Cookie Bouquet Shop will soon offer online ordering.


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