Biz bits 10/9/07 |

Biz bits 10/9/07

Lynnette’s Bridal Boutique opens today in downtown Grass Valley.

The shop, formerly known as Lynnette’s Tux-n-Tailor, is expanding to carry a larger selection of wedding and special event apparel.

Lynnette’s also has a large selection of accessories for the bride, bride’s maids and mother of the bride. It offers tuxedo rentals, invitations, alterations and gown preservation, and prom and holiday formal items, according to a release from the shop.

The shop is at 162 South Auburn St. For questions or to make an appointment to see bridal gowns, call 477-7891.


The Holbrooke Hotel recently joined a listing of historic hotels throughout the country.

The National Trust Historic Hotels of America announced the addition of the Holbrooke Hotel and 11 other new hotels last week.

The hotel dates back to the 1850s.

For more information on the hotel, call 273-1353 or visit 212 W. Main St. For more information on the hotel listings, visit


Two new employees recently joined Wolf Mountain Day Spa.

Bea Clark is a licensed esthetician with more than 10 years of skin care experience. Judy McCalligan is a registered nurse who is interested in the spa profession. McCalligan is the spa’s new weekend receptionist.

For more information, call 477-2340, visit or stop by in person at 15690 Johnson Place, in Alta Sierra.


The Nevada County Economic Resource Council will host a community appreciation award breakfast honoring Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital.

The event is set for 7:30 a.m., Oct. 26, at the Miners Foundry, 325 Spring St., Nevada City.

Scott T. Seamons, regional vice president of the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California, is the guest speaker. His speech is titled “Code Blue: Hospitals in Distress.”

The event costs $16 for the general public and $13 for council members.

For more information or to RSVP for the breakfast, call Barbara Campbell at 274-8455 or e-mail


Do you have news to share about your business? Contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly at or 477-4234.

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