Jewelery store, nail salon and pet service celebrate anniversaries; restaurant donates to pet care; Hometown Business Alliance returns to Ormond; and registration opens for 30th-annual dentistry seminar.
BY MIKE CAVALIERE | ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Forty-six-year-old jewelry shop settles into new spot
Staff from J.C.’s Clock & Jewelry, at 57 N. Yonge St., along with representatives from the Ormond Beach Chamber of Commerce, came together in October to celebrate the company’s first anniversary at its new location.
Owners Cindy and Jim Beauchaine previously ran their business at 11 W. Granada Blvd. J.C.’s Clock & Jewelry was established in 1967.
Luscious Nails celebrates first anniversary
Located 156 W. Granada Blvd., Lusciuos Nail & Spa celebrated its first full year in business in Ormond Beach last month.
Prior to opening the store, owners Felicia and Tom Nguyen worked as nail technicians in a nearby salon.
“We built up our clientele,” Felicia Nguyen said. “And eventually, the landlord ... gave us this opportunity.”
Next, the couple plans to add two extra chairs and technicians to their salon, increasing their staff to six.
D.B. Pickles to donate to animals throughout December
Throughout the entirety of November, D.B. Pickles Restaurant, at 300 S. Nova Road, will donate 50% of dinner and lunch purchases to Second Chance Rescue.
Coupons, which can be printed at www.second-chance-rescue.org, must be presented for the donation.
Heaven Scent Pet Sitting heads into 10th year
After working as an administrative assistant for awhile, Cathy Bullock was ready for a change. She loved animals and so decided to open a pet service.
Heaven Scent Pet Sitting was founded in 2003.
Bonded, insured and American Red Cross-certified in pet first aid and CPR, Bullock began offering dog-walking and pet-sitting services
A home-based business, the company makes visits to clients’ homes three times daily and takes on animals of any kind, from hamsters to horses.
Visit www.heavenscentpetsitting.com, or call 673-0917.
Business Alliance to meet at Lulu’s
The Hometown Business Alliance will return to Ormond Beach 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, for its monthly Twosday networking event, to be held at Lulu’s Oceanside Grill, 30 S. Atlantic Ave.
Meant to serve as a celebration of 2012’s successes, guests are asked to ponder the following questions before attending the free meeting:
What was your greatest achievement of 2012? What is your top priority/goal of 2013? And can you sum up your intentions and goals for 2013 with one word?
Email [email protected].
Prankikoff hosts 30th dental seminar
The office of Dr. Howard Prankikoff will host its 30th-annual continuing education seminar for dentists and staff Friday, Jan. 18, at the Daytona Beach Resort, 2700 N Atlantic Ave. The seminar will include seven hours of presentations and will feature speaker Dr. Marvin Fier, of New York, presenting “Predictable and profitable restorable procedures for the new economy.”
The 2013 seminar will also include a segment specifically for dental assistants and hygienists, led by Pat Worcester, and a lunchtime marketing seminar, by Harold Meredith of Dental Markers.
The seminar is underwritten Kuraray Dental and DMG America, along with 40 other sponsors.
For its 30th year, Prankikoff is asking attendees to bring donations for the Jerry Dolinger Food Bank.
Call 677-1844 to register.