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The Holbrooke Hotel recently added a new general manager and a new chef.

Sean Gilleran has been named general manager and John Cammack has been named the chef.

Previously, Gilleran was the president of Titan Hospitality Group and food and beverage director for the Claremont Resort Hotel and Tennis Club in Berkeley.



Cammack, a former area resident, previously worked in Sonoma. He received 10 gold medals for his chef skills from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair from 2001 to 2004.

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The Center for Healing Arts recently held a grand opening for its new Nevada City business.

Massages, acupuncture and reiki are offered at the center.

For more information, e-mail the center at thecenterforhealingarts@gmail.com or call them at 265-4259.

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The Nevada County Economic Resource Council is hosting an economic forecast conference next month.

Gary Zimmerman, a senior economist of the Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco, David Gallo, a dean at California State University at Chico, and Brian Shul, a Vietnam veteran, will speak.

The event is set for 7:30 a.m. to noon, June 13 at the Gold Miners/Holiday Inn Express.

Registration is $35 per person. Call the Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce at 273-4667 to register.

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Auburn Printers recently received an award for waste reduction from the California Integrated Waste Management Board.

The award, known as the Waste Reduction Awards Program, was given for the company’s reduction of waste in 2006.

Auburn Printers recycles paper, cardboard, plastic, cans, bottles and aluminum plates.

For more information, e-mail the company at karink@auburnprinters.com or call 885-9674.

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


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