Business Briefs for Nov. 20-23
November 19, 2010
Summit County Beef kick off on Saturday
On Nov. 20 at The Market on Snow Creek Dr. the Summit County Food Coalition invites the public to join them 12 to 2 p.m. in celebrating the return of Summit County-raised beef to the grocery store. Hamburgers made from grass-fed beef will be available, as will live music and entertainment from the local group Hired Guns.
Giant gingerbread returns to Stein Eriksen Lodge
Stein Eriksen Lodge displays a giant gingerbread edifice every November and December to celebrate the holidays. This year, executive pastry chef Ann Giles Sweisford has created a fantastical scene representing Hogwarts, the scene of the Harry Potter stories. It is on display in the Main Lodge next to a 32-foot grand tree and features more than 400 pounds of gingerbread, 80 pounds of icing and 150 hours of creation time by the chef and her team.
ZERONA now offered at Mountain Family Health
Brian Rush and Julie Dolan’s Mountain Family Health located at Jeremy Ranch is now offering ZERONA, a non-invasive, low-level laser treatment used to slim body fat. According to a press release, it is applied externally without the dangers associated with surgery or other non-invasive devices which rely on heating the tissue.
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