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Business Briefcase Sept. 17, 2010

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By The Staff

 Dottie’s Thompson now at Village Plaza

Susan Thompson, who began her career at Dottie’s Beauty Shop in the 1960s, is now working at Village Plaza Hair Styles. “I just want to let my regular customers know I’m back and where I’ll be working,” she said.

Thompson will be doing a little bit of everything at Village Plaza, just as she has for years, she said, including hair cuts for women, men and children. She also excels in setting hair, a trend that she says is not as popular as it once was. “But a lot of ladies, especially older women, really like getting their hair set, so I expect to be doing a lot of that, too,” she said.

Thompson will be at the salon Mondays and Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

 

APT opens hearing center

Associates in Pediatric Therapy announced that its Audiologist, Dr. Amy Oliver, is now able to sell and service hearing aids through its office. The new center is named APT Audiology and Hearing Aid Center. Oliver is able to fit aids on patients of all ages, pediatric to adult.

 

Masonic Home’s Wagner honored

Masonic Home of Shelbyville was recognized at the Morrison National Conference in Chicago. Linda Wagner and the dining services department received top honors in two categories for excellence in dining services. Competition for these awards included Morrison’s accounts nationwide.

 

Horseshoeing school puts on seminars

The Kentucky Horseshoeing School, which recently moved from Mount Eden to Richmond, will be part of the International Equestrian Festival, a demonstration series.

As part of the Ecotrack Park series, the farriers from the school will share with festival attendees, “Professional Hoof Care” at 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 25, 27 and 29, and Oct. 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. 

The school provides its students with primary and continuing education in equine foot care, combining traditional methods with the latest research, which has made the school the premier farrier education center in the United States.  For more information, visit www.kentuckyhorseshoeingschool.com.  

Professional women meet

The Shelby County Professional Women’s Club welcomes all women in the Shelby County area to attend a lunch meeting noon on today at 934 Main St. Kimberly Dixon with Frazier Rehab will speak on office ergonomics with a focus on correct computer placement, how to sit in your chair, etc. Everyone is welcome to attend. The meal cost is $10. Contact Mary Jo Newton at 502-633-2310 for reservations.

 

Bits & Bytes

§       The Shelbyville Board of Realtors will have their next meeting at 11:30 on Sept. 30 in the parking lot next to Coldwell Banker Realty on Main Street. There will be a corn hole tournament with prizes. Members should RSVP by Sept. 27.

§       The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce’s Business After Hours will be hosted by Multi-Purpose Community Action Agency at 213 Washington Street in Shelbyville.

§       The Shelby County Chamber of Commerce will have its next Morning Mixer at 7:30-9 a.m. Sept. 24 at Through the Looking Glass on Washington Street.

§       The Georgetown Equine Expo is Sept. 24-Oct. 10 at the Factory Stores of America in Georgetown. The expo is open noon-10 p.m. daily and features more than 60 national and international equine vendors and includes special entertainment and events. Admission is free. There is a charge for the show. For more details, visit www.georgetownequineexpo.com.

§       Average retail gasoline prices in Louisville have risen 11.9 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.86 per gallon. This compares with the national average that has increased 3.9 cents per gallon in the last week to $2.72, according to LouisvilleGasPrices.com.

 

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