Business in Brief: Our Literacy Council to Host a Free Tutor Training Workshop; Centralia Technician Offers New Anti-Aging Treatment
Feb 07, 2013 (The Chronicle - McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX) --
Our Literacy Council to Host a Free Tutor Training Workshop
Our Literacy Council, also known as the Lewis County Literacy Council, is holding a free tutor training workshop on Feb. 15 from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the Student Center atrium at Centralia College. All prospective and experienced tutors are welcome at the event, which will include coffee and snacks.
"Pay it forward, have a rewarding experience, use your communication and problem-solving skills to help someone and boost your resume," said Lindsay Harjo, the council's director.
The workshop will include an introduction to the program and basic tutoring information that is geared for helping adults achieve their GED, learn English and develop their professional skills. Harjo said training is fast and simple.
For more information, call 736-9391 x382 or visit www.ourliteracycouncil.org
Centralia Technician Offers New Anti-Aging Treatment
By The Chronicle
A Centralia businesswoman is introducing a new anti-aging treatment.
Annette Rivers, owner of the Courtyard Salon and Spa in Centralia and Annette's Electrolysis and Permanent Cosmetics, is one of four technicians in the state to offer the non-invasive skin care treatment known as Meta therapy by Dermatude.
Meta therapy works by stimulating the natural production of collagen and elastin, restoring the skin from the inside out, which can help with lines, dark circles, pores and overall appearance, according to Rivers.
Rivers has owned and operated her business, located at 1537 Kresky Ave., for nearly 30 years.
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