Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop celebrates extensive remodel after water damage

Mission Mayor Steve Schowengerdt helped sisters Nancy Hansen and Sandi Russell, along with Chamber members and employees celebrate the remodel.
Mission Mayor Steve Schowengerdt helped sisters Nancy Hansen and Sandi Russell, along with Chamber members, employees and other elected officials celebrate the remodel.

Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop in Mission celebrated its recent remodel and recovery from a water mishap with a ribbon-cutting Monday at the Johnson Drive shop.

The store was closed for more than three weeks prior to the Christmas holiday after a water line came loose from the ice machine in the middle of the night and flooded the building over a weekend. The incident led to an extensive remodel with replacement of drywall, flooring, cabinets, paint and equipment.

Ironically, the flood occurred the same night the sisters – Sandi Russell and Nancy Hansen – were accepting their award as New Business of the Year from the Northeast Johnson County Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber held a ribbon-cutting to belatedly celebrate the remodel and the re-opening. A full house of Chamber guests and elected officials filled the shop.

Twisted Sisters is open Monday through Saturday.