Cappella Coffee House has always been a place for people to hang out and relax while sipping some good coffee and listening to Christian music.
Now that Cappella is under new ownership, you can enjoy the same type of setting with a few subtle changes.
As of July 1, previous owners Garth and Judy Ramsier passed the torch, or stir stick in this case, to Sheldon and Kathy Logan.
“It feels like a dream,” said Kathy Logan.
Sheldon added, “It is an honor that Garth and Judy entrusted us to pass the torch of this business.”
Similar to their predecessors, the Logans are Exeter residents and are passionate about their town and the people who live there.
Kathy, who is a second grade teacher at Rocky Hill Elementary in Exeter, will be in from time to time to help out around Cappella. But normally you will find Sheldon running the daily grind of the business.
He is easy to find as the new owner has made himself available to staff behind the counter and customers sitting across a table.
Sheldon is no stranger when it comes to running a business or a coffee shop. He was at one point in time the General Manager of 210 Café in Visalia and before that he was an investor in a small coffee shop.
“I like coffee,” Sheldon admitted jokingly.
A self-professed coffee expert, Sheldon said he is trying new types of coffee out at the shop. Kathy doesn’t really drink coffee, but has a passion for another top coffee shop beverage – tea.
Something else that the Logan’s plan on introducing is called ‘Cappella Unplugged’, which will make its debut on Saturday, August 2 at Cappella’s.
“We are looking for all types of genres of music,” said Kathy. “We have some Irish, some old southern gospel, and others lined up.”
For any who is interested in playing at Cappella’s Coffee House should contact Kathy to set something up.
If you have never been to Cappella Coffee House in downtown Exeter then it is time to get out to 132 N. E. St in Exeter and enjoy all that Cappella’s has to offer.