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Jan 8, 2016

Real Estate Transactions: Jan. 10

Lot 5 in Moss Creek Village subdivision, $136,000. Fairport Asset Management Reo LLC to David Orringer, one lot in Cleveland Township, $50,000. Chesley Shovine McGinnis and Marcia W. McGinnis to Chesley Michael McGinnis and Amy G. McGinnis, 9.856 acres in O’Neals Township, $28,000. David Lynn Pettus and Juanita D. Creech to James Williams Maddox and Shanda Maddox, Lot 60 in Willowbrook subdivision, $135,000. Ashley Braswell Realty LLC to Lynnette Marie Johnson and Shirley Jean Johnson, Lot 38 in Glen Haven subdivision, $125,000. Susan Srebrenik and Israel Srebrenik to Sima Srebrenik, Susan Srebrenik and Israel Srebrenik, Lot 50 in Blaze Ridge subdivision, $7,000. Callie Ross Stanley to Michael Lessard, Lot 124 in Smithfield Manufacturing Co. subdivision, $10,000. 1610 Wolfpack Lane Partnership, et al, to Santos Machado Portillo and Jessica Medrano, four lots in Glenn Powell subdivision, $14,000. Brian J. Kalsbeek and Melia J. Kalsbeek to Brady Botkin and Erica L. Botkin, Lot 72 in Twisted Oaks subdivision, $219,000. Jonathan Stephenson to Amber Stephenson to John McCain, Lot 50 in Reedy Hills subdivision, $172,000. Dezarae Laren Wilder and Marlin Maurice Jackson to James Jarman and Minnie Jarman, Lot 7 in Richardson Place subdivision, $131,000. Scott Lee Homes Inc. to Alicea Bessiree Scrimenti, Lot 12 in Blaze Ridge subdivision, $174,000. Camille Hill Mouser, et al, to Randy B. Shrout and Dana A. Shrout, Lot 22 in Birdneck Hollow subdivision, $149,000. Angel L. Bonilla and Karen M. Bonilla to Ronald Nathan Bradtmueller and Kristy Lynn Bradtmueller, Lot 79 in The Meadows at Tuscany subdivision, $194,000. Joy Parrish Johnson, Rodney Johnson, Jack Miklas, Silvia S. Miklas and Ginger Sue Parrish to Noel Bradley and Juanita Bradley, 7.06 acres in Pleasant Grove Township, $85,000. Janice Parrish Lambert, et al, to Henry D. Lambert, one lot in Banner Township, $10,000. Gary Christopher Cashion and Kimberly Luedtke Cashion to Arla Dee McPherson and Donald Earl McPherson, Lot 34 in Forest Ridge subdivision, $168,000. Asset Development Inc. to Jordan R. Alexander, Lot 15 in Pleasant Hill subdivision, $150,000. Wendy Goings an... (News & Observer)

Jan 8, 2016

Ten Canadian small businesses doing it right

Because of this prize, we get on the national radar and that’s super valuable to a business like us.”Lisa Alberico at Crate Designs Ltd., based in Chesley, Ont., which was selected as a regional winner in last year’s Challenge contest, encourages the current cohort of regional champs to make the most of the publicity that comes with being recognized by the Challenge contest.“It really raises your profile as a business and brings you to the attention of people who may not normally hear about you,” she says.Rebecca Taylor, president of Pearl & Daisy Natural Soap Co. in Londonderry, N.S., also has a piece of advice for this year’s regional recognition winners.“Keep dreaming big,” she says. “This shifts your thinking about your own business and makes you realize that, while you may be operating in a small part of Canada and maybe not be seeing progress as fast as you might like, what you’re doing is something that’s different and worth noting.”This year’s Small Business Challenge Contest regional winners:Tail Wags Helmet Covers (Toronto): Designs and manufacturers helmet covers with fun designs to encourage adults and kids to wear safety headgear.Wild About Flowers (Okotoks, Alta.): Sells seeds and plugs for wildflowers and grasses native to Alberta, promoting eco-friendly and low-maintenance landscaping.The Healthy Butcher (Toronto): Specializes in organic meats, sustainable seafoods and gourmet prepared foods made with organic, local ingredients.BJ Take Inc. (Lowbanks, Ont.): Manufactures energy-efficient LED and fluorescent lighting.Fertile Images and Design (Vancouver): A photographic print company that produces wall art based on images inspired by Vancouver Island.Snugabell Mom and Baby Gear (Coquitlam, B.C.): Designer and maker of hands-free pumping bras for breastfeeding (Brandon): An online platform that provides step-by-step guidance on funeral planning.Inkwell Modern Handmade Boutique & Letterpress Studio (Halifax): A letterpress studio, shop and online store that sells specialty printed products, such as greeting cards, and handmade keepsakes.Sportees Active Wear (Whitehorse): Designs and makes athletic and dance clothing and accessories, including jackets that can be customized for fit and style.Pascal’s Patisserie (Calgary): Sells flash-frozen pastries, such as croissants and pain au chocolat, handmade by a French pastry chef and ready to bake at home. Follow us on Twitter: @GlobeSmallBiz ... (The Globe and Mail)

Jan 8, 2016

AROUND TOWN: 2015 Colorado Springs Debutantes presented

Molly graduated from Palmer High School and attends Colorado College. Molly Marie Montoya, daughter of Don Ray and Amy Johnson and granddaughter of Chesley Johnson of Leander, Texas, and Betty Johnson of Colorado Springs and the late Kenneth and Dolores Ochs. Molly graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Western State University. Madison Paige "Maddee" Morley, daughter of James and Robin Morley and granddaughter of the late Herbert and Elizabeth Morley and Peter and Barbara Foster of Colorado Springs. Maddee graduated from The Colorado Springs School and attends Baylor University. Peyton Reese Nelson, daughter of David Dean and Dayna Nelson and granddaughter of Judy Bauer of Leland, N.C., and the late Jack Nelson, and James Gorman of Evergreen and Vandra Prey of Arvada. Peyton graduated from Pine Creek High School and attends San Diego State University. Lauren Cecilia Paul, daughter of Stephen Jon Paul and Dr. Amy Katherine Curran and granddaughter of Stephen and Anna Paul of Denver and the late Laurence Jr., and Rita Curran. Lauren graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Chapman University. Regan Celeste Pinello, daughter of Andrew Berndt and Allison Pinello and granddaughter of Anetka Pinello of Calhan and the late RL Pinello and Roy and DeAnna Berg of Colorado Springs. Regan graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music. Nataya Cathryn Fengyan Stepleton, daughter of Jon Elliott and Tamra Stepleton and granddaughter of the late Merlin and Margaret Stepleton and the late Marvin and Iris Renzelman. Nataya graduated from The Colorado Springs School and attends The College of Idaho. Shelby Irene Wielgus, daughter of Charles Jr., and Nancy Wielgus and granddaughter of Irene Wielgus and the late Charles Wielgus of Larchmont, N.Y., and Grace Maud of Las Cruces, N.M., and the late Jerry Gipson. Shelby graduated from Cheyenne Mountain High School and attends Elon University. (Colorado Springs Gazette)