Magic Charm opens in West Alexandria


By Nathan Hoskins - [email protected]



Megan Kiracofe and family pose with ceremonial ribbon in front of the Magic Charm.

Megan Kiracofe and family pose with ceremonial ribbon in front of the Magic Charm.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

The Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

The Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10.


Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

WEST ALEXANDRIA — The Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of a new shop, Magic Charm, in West Alexandria, on Thursday, Nov. 10.

“I just want to thank everybody. Hopefully you know how grateful I am for all of you, and if you don’t, I will do my best make sure you know. Because I couldn’t have done this without you,” said Magic Charm owner Megan Kiracofe.

“Magic Charm started when I made jewelry and incense and stuff — I combined the two into a magic charm. We started as a pop-up business back in 2017; we lived in Florida. And Florida was really great. But when we moved to Preble County we killed it, and I think it might have been because of family and friends. We owe a lot to them.

“It has grown so much that we outgrew our tent, now we’re in a store. Like I said, we owe everything to this community, and we’re really excited to be a part of it. We are going to be a part of the community by having art classes for adults, kids, and getting involved with the highschoolers. We’re going to do a mural and beautify the city program, and we just want them to know that the community is always welcome,” concluded Kiracofe.

Megan’s husband Ryan is a West Alexandria native and graduate of Twin Valley South. The couple has a newly adopted son, Ryker.

Magic Charm is officially open for business and is located at 14 East Dayton Street in the village.

Megan Kiracofe and family pose with ceremonial ribbon in front of the Magic Charm.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/11/web1_IMG_6483.jpgMegan Kiracofe and family pose with ceremonial ribbon in front of the Magic Charm. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

The Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/11/web1_IMG_6486.jpgThe Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

The Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10.
https://www.registerherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/41/2022/11/web1_IMG_6489.jpgThe Preble County Chamber of Commerce, along with members of the West Alexandria Village Council, Preble County Commissioner Adam Craft, and State Representative Rodney Creech, participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Magic Charm in West Alexandria, Thursday, Nov. 10. Nathan Hoskins | The Register-Herald

By Nathan Hoskins

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