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PHOTO SUBMITTED BY LACKAWANNA COUNTY NOTE Fragrances was the small business spotlighted at the Aug. 22 Lackawanna County Commissioners Meeting. Located in Clarks Summit and Scranton, this custom perfume studio combines the psychology of scent with aromatic qualities to evoke emotions within the user. Owned by Danielle Fleming and Mark Bonfiglio, the NOTE personal care products and candles are eco-friendly. NOTE had the distinction of being the only fragrance included in the Primetime Emmy Awards swag bags and was also was a Martha Stewart American Made Style finalist. The Clarks Summit store also sells jewelry, teas, baskets and other skin care products. From left: commissioners Jerry Notarianni and Laureen A. Cummings, NOTE owners Danielle Fleming and Mark Bonfiglio and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.

NOTE Fragrance was the small business spotlighted at the Aug. 22 Lackawanna County Commissioners Meeting. Located in Clarks Summit and Scranton, this custom perfume studio combines the psychology of scent with aromatic qualities to evoke emotions within the user. Owned by Danielle Fleming and Mark Bonfiglio, the NOTE personal care products and candles are eco-friendly. NOTE had the distinction of being the only fragrance included in the Primetime Emmy Awards swag bags and was also was a Martha Stewart American Made Style finalist. The Clarks Summit store also sells jewelry, teas, baskets and other skin care products. From left: commissioners Jerry Notarianni and Laureen A. Cummings, NOTE owners Danielle Fleming and Mark Bonfiglio and Commissioner Patrick M. O’Malley.