Congratulations to Raising Cane’s new Bloomington location! Their concept is simple and unique… they only have ONE LOVE – quality chicken finger meals! At Raising Cane’s, you get an exceptionally high-quality product served quickly and conveniently. They can do this because they offer a limited menu. The specialized systems developed by Raising Cane’s allow them to maintain a level of quality unmatched in the industry. Their commitment to this concept will not allow them to compromise their quality, cut corners or clutter their menu with new products that do not fit our core menu offering.
Congratulations to The YMCA South and Emily Abbott, Director of Group Exercise on their new Mind Body Studio. This new space opened on September 1st and includes a ballet barre, mirrors, beautiful custom cabinetry, surround sound audio, new equipment and so much more. Though the end of summer is in sight, the Monroe County Y continues to bring the fun and the heat. They invite you all to come and have a blast, listen to music, move, learn, and SWEAT with their instructors. Bring a friend, a family member, or a coworker - the more the merrier!
Congratulations to Cheryl Smith owner of Consider It Done Transition Services on your new location. At Consider It Done, they support their clients through life’s transitions. While their service is a practical one, they’re sensitive to the emotional journey their clients are taking as well. Through tact and sensitivity, they work to relieve the burden that life’s transitions can bring. They love their clients, and their goal is to bring harmony and leave a smile. The Consider It Done team works to deliver the ‘Wow!’ factor by exhibiting these core values: Customer Focused, Passionate, Flexible, and Can Do.
Congratulations to Randy and Kim Stegemoller owners of Class 101 Bloomington on your 11th year in business. Also, congratulations to Class 101 student Gabby Wonder who is a senior at Bloomington South. Gabby was selected as a winner of a $1000 scholarship for an essay that she wrote about her community and how she is contributing to it. At Class 101 Bloomington they help students and families navigate the college planning process. The end results? Students get into a great college at a price your family can afford. To find out more visit their website at http://myclass101.com/.
Listen in as Jim Webster of WVNI Spirit 95 talks with Jason Lanham of Edward Jones. At Edward Jones, they provide more services than just retirement. They can help plan for education, help do tax-efficient investments, and lastly cash strategies. At Edward Jones, they have some of the better CD rates around. What sets Edward Jones apart from the rest is that they have been around for 100 years as a private partnership. When you call Edward Jones, there is no “1800” number you are going to speak to someone that lives in your community which helps build those relationships. Jason Lanham has helped create a new program in Bloomington called the Monroe County Musician of the Month. To find more information about this program visit motm.org. To find out more information about Edward Jones and Jason Lanham call 812-336-8464 or go to edwardjones.com
Listen in as Jim Webster of WVNI Spirit 95 talks with Allison Chopra owner of Allison Chopra Law. Allison is a fierce advocate for her clients. She’s been labeled one of the hardest workers they know by many of her colleagues. Allison’s firm is completely virtual, everything is done through zoom, email, or a secure client portal. Allison is able to take family law cases and criminal law cases, for example, adoptions, divorces, protective order cases, theft cases, and murder. Allison is not afraid of going to court, she has a lot of experience with litigation and will fight for her clients. Choose an attorney who will fight for you and your interests. Allison Chopra offers free 30-minute consultations. To find out more visit her online at www.allisonchopralaw.com
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