• Solei Day Spa now is open in Lakeland Hills at 1418 Lake Tapps Parkway E, Suite C104, Auburn.
The full-service spa, under owner/manager Jennifer Shires, offers an extensive menu of unique services, varying from specialized massage, facials and natural nail care to makeup artistry and exclusive spa parties. The spa also features cozy, comfortable treatment rooms.
Hours are 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday and 10-6 Friday, Saturday. The spa is closed Sunday and Monday.
For more information, call 253-275-3335 or visit www.soleidayspa.com.
• Ace Hardware officially returns to downtown Auburn on Friday as part of the Agrishop Lawn & Equipment Center at 308 W. Main St.
It will be an addition to the already established Agrishop operation in Auburn.
• Emages Photography Studio is now under the ownership of photographer Curtis Bartkowski. The studio can be found at 1410 Lake Tapps Parkway E, Suite H013, Auburn.
For more information, call 253-833-4600 or check out www.emagesphotography.com.
• New to Lakeland Family Chiropractic is Doug Mook, D.C., joining partner Jason Henke, D.C.
Mook practices gentle chiropractic care, offering instrument adjustments to traditional hands-on adjustments. He has degrees from Sherman College of Straight Chiropractic and Mount Union College/Excelsior College, and is a member of the Washington State Chiropractic Association.
Lakeland Family Chiropractic is located at 4220 A St. SE, Suite 103.
For more information, call 253-833-4800 or visit www.lakelandfamilychiropractic.com.
• Tracie McAbee is the new director of admissions and marketing at Regency Auburn Rehabilitation Center, 414 17th St. SE.
The center is a skilled nursing community, offering services such as 24-hour nursing care to chronically ill and frail residents recovering from strokes, heart attacks, orthopedic conditions or other illnesses and injuries, rehabilitation, hospice, respite, and short-term and long-term care.
• Oh Ryan! Café, 815 Auburn Way S, is accepting nonperishable food items on behalf of Auburn Food Bank. As an added incentive, the full-service restaurant is offering patrons a 10-percent discount on meal purchases when they bring a donation to the restaurant.
The food drive will run through Dec. 22.
• The Auburn International Farmers’ Market held its open house last Thursday at Auburn City Hall and the event was a smashing success. Twenty vendors braved the inclement weather. Farmers traveled as far as Yakima to hear the business presentation by the steering committee. By the end of the meeting, 12 farmers had signed up, and more are expected to follow.
The goal of the committee is to sell a minimum of 20 stalls for the grand opening on June 14. Based on the positive turnout and comments from farmers, the AIFM probably will surpass its goal, according to City Councilman Bill Peloza.
For those interested in working on the AIFM panel, contact Peloza at 253-261-3235 or at email@example.com.
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