Business Notes


February 27, 2005

TownMall announces store changes, additions

TownMall of Westminster has announced additions and changes to some of its merchants.

Regis Salons, a division of the Regis Corp. with more than 10,000 salons worldwide, will open this spring. The salon specializes in haircuts and coloring and will be next to Fashion Bug.

Create-A-Bear, formally known as Teddy B Stuffed, has undergone new management and will hold a reopening event March 11 to 13 with offers such as a buy-one-get-one, and a half-off discount on all outfits.

A drawing to win a free party will be held. The child who wins can choose five friends for a day of fun in the newly decorated party room.

Manager Debbie Davis will offer field trips, birthday parties and a special delivery service.

Moonlight Crafts will be relocating to accommodate needs for more space. Now adjacent to Chick-Fil-A, the store will be moving next to Carlton Cards, doubling its space from 3,000 to 6,000 square feet.

The store offers handmade craft items, furniture and home accessories.

Information: 410-857-0300.

Center offers workshops, programs for job hunters

The Carroll County Business & Employment Resource Center offers workshops and programs to help people who might be seeking a job or looking for a new career.

Monthly programs include: career ability and orientation placement survey, preparing for a job fair, employment goal identification, Renew, choosing child care, surviving layoffs, how to apply for a state job, computer and Internet basics, job discrimination, computerizing resumes, interviewing, how to negotiate, starting a business, registering and posting resumes on the Internet, attitude, time and money management, networking, professional cover letters and resumes, job references, rolling over a 401(k) plan and dealing with changes in your life.

Registration is required for programs.

For a schedule of workshops, visit the resource center at 224 N. Center St., Westminster.

Information: 410-386-2820.

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