Danielle Karlik, left, and Linda Boehm are co-owners of Da-Li Hodge Podge in Jordan.
Photo by Ned Campbell.
continued “Everybody knows everybody; it’s a little village,” she said. “But I get people from the surrounding area … as far north as Sodus. People that have been coming to me for years and years. I even get people here from Camillus where I live.”
Jordan’s women in business
Peg Mirra — Cabin Creek Antiques
Dorren Faber — Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Brook Dykins — Small Paws
Mickie Hendrix — Mickie's Shear Boutique
Catherine Ferris — Drake & Ferris (alterations and design)
Colleen Bennett — Bennett's Conservatory of the Arts
Danielle Karlik and Linda Boehm — Da-Li
Betty Dittmar — Creative Memories
Cindy Milton — Twisted Sister
Diane Fuller — Dark Horse Antiques
Marybeth Withey, Peggy Trivison and Nona Gormley — A Few Good Bananas
Tammy Simmons — Lily Pad
Teresa Vitale — TAV Design
She said it’s “wonderful, great and fantastic” to see so many women business owners joining her along Main Street.
“Because it wasn’t like that when I first started out,” she said. “It was still pretty much segregated. The man went to work … it was just the era.”
But as for owning one of those 13 women-run businesses?
“I never thought much about it,” she said. “I just go in and do my job.”
Ned Campbell can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.