Goshen Kroger closed by historic flooding to reopen Wednesday
GOSHEN, Ind. – After a multi-million dollar restoration to the store, Kroger will reopen its doors in Goshen on Wednesday.
The company says the store was heavily damaged during February’s historic flooding.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony as well as donations to local hunger relief organizations will begin at 8:30 a.m.
The Goshen High School Crimson Marching Band will be on hand to perform.
Doors to shoppers open at 8 a.m.