The Houston Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Monday at Back to Basics on Grand Avenue in downtown Houston. The store offers customers a holistic (or natural) approach to healthcare, and owner Gayla Campbell offers consulting to help people formulate a holistic healthcare and nutrition strategies. On the shelves are many essential oils, along with shampoo, deodorant, rubs and other items made by Campbell. There is also a wide variety of crafts (including wooden bowls and quilts made by a pair of area military veterans), gift items, books based on holistic health and more. A second business operates in the same space: Sugarfoot Bakery. Store hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday and by appointment on Monday. Back to Basics is at 210 S. Grand Ave.; the phone number is 417-293-8738. The bakery's phone number is 417-260-2286. From left, former chamber board member Lori Moncrief, chamber director Angie Quinlan, Campbell, Sallie Lillard (mother of bakery owner Marcie Rodrigues) and chamber board member Russ Stigall.