Biz Bits 06/17/08 |

Biz Bits 06/17/08

Business to help cancer patients

Tri County Floor Specialists and Sani Clean, a family-owned and operated business, is offering free home cleanings once a month to patients undergoing chemotherapy.

The business specializes in cleaning and repairing grout, tile, stone and all hard surfaces including countertops, showers, vanities and floors. Ridding homes of bacteria and mold could speed recovery for chemotherapy patients, said Wendy Li, one of the owners.

“We chose to donate our services to patients that are undergoing chemotherapy because my father, grandfather and life mentor have all been touched by this terrible disease. We felt that patients who are undergoing chemotherapy could most benefit from our services because their bodies are busy trying to kill this awful disease and cannot fight anything else,” Li said.

For more information call Li at 273-8450.

New dental clinic opens in Grass Valley

Sean M. Rockwell has started a dental practice in a new medical complex in suite 240 at 280 Sierra College Drive in Grass Valley.

Rockwell, who works with his wife, Tiana, recently moved to the area after working in public health in Redding. He started his practice, Rockwell Family Dental, on May 19 on Sierra College Drive. He also works at the Sierra Family Medical Clinic on Tyler Foote Road in the North San Juan area.

The Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce plans to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1:30 p.m. today at the new clinic.

For more information about the clinic, call 477-5060.

Dugger inducted into Who’s Who

Denise Dugger of Perma-Dwell Homes and Paul Law Realty/GMAC has been inducted into the Cambridge Who’s Who Executive, Professional and Entrepreneurial Registry.

Duggar was recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for showing dedication, leadership, and excellence in all aspects of operations.

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