Whats up A-J readers!
This week had some pleased and unhappy enterprise information, with milestone anniversaries for 2 companies, the closure of two enterprise, and a function on a not too long ago opened brewery.
CPCS Private Care will rejoice their tenth anniversary of offering in-home care to folks in West Texas on Tuesday. There might be a ribbon chopping at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 13 at 10207 Indiana Ave.
Slaton Bakery additionally celebrated their a centesimal anniversary on Saturday with video games, prizes and scrumptious treats. Try our story on the enterprise’s historical past, which ran on Friday.
Wild Lark Books, 513 Broadway St., introduced that they might start a closing sale on Monday, Could 5. Proprietor Brianne van Reenen mentioned why she made the choice, and mentioned the publishing facet of her enterprise would keep open.
Extra:Wild Lark Books closing chapter on downtown Lubbock storefront
Toro Burger, 7706 Milwaukee Ave., additionally introduced that the Lubbock location after 5 years of enterprise.
Kayla Frost, of Frost Brewhouse on 3121 thirty fourth St., additionally answered a couple of questions concerning the brand new enterprise, together with why they acquired began.
One enterprise, d’Lite Wholesome On The Go, talked about they wish to open franchises throughout Texas, together with Lubbock. Folks can study extra about easy methods to become involved at dlitehealthyonthego.com.
Going into the approaching weeks, keep tuned for some attention-grabbing options on a lemur rescue, a Plains space vineyard, and extra regional and native enterprise information.
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