A new organic flower shop, The Magickal Florist, has opened in Nevada City’s Seven Hills district.
The business is owned by Jada Faye, her mother, Cheryl Zellers, and her husband, Frank Armstrong.
The family-owned business located at 821 Zion St. recycles all of its cardboard and composts all of its green waste.
For more information, call the business at 265-8307.
The staff at Scott Jackson’s Real Life Fitness recently completed training needed for cardiac emergencies.
Staff members were trained by DiPietro and Associates in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation and using a defibrillator, which shocks the heart back into a normal rhythm.
The fitness center, at 133 Argall Way in Nevada City, has its own defibrillators.
For more information, call the studio at 265-4041 or visit http://www.reallifefitness.net.
Phil and Joni Anderson plan to open their own physical therapy business in Nevada City this week.
The couple’s practice, Anderson Physical Therapy, is at 202 Providence Mine Road, Suite 206.
Phil Anderson formerly worked at Sanderson Physical Therapy.
They both hold physical therapy degrees, Phil Anderson’s from Stanford University and Joni Anderson’s from the University of Puget Sound.
Phil Anderson is a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist in physical therapy. He worked as a physical therapist at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in Sacramento.
Joni Anderson specializes in treating pediatric clients.
For more information, call the Andersons at their new office, 265-8100.
Walker’s Office Supplies of Grass Valley is offering a rewards program through Hewlett Packard for people buying HP-brand ink and toner cartridges.
The program is HP Purchasedge, and qualifying purchases give points that can be collected toward free inkjet printers, digital cameras or laser printers.
For more information or to sign up for the program, visit http://www.walkersgv.com.
Do you have news to share about your business? Contact Staff Writer Greg Moberly at email@example.com or 477-4234.
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