After much success, Prophetic Ink is adding staff and moving to a larger location, confirmed Lee, who is more commonly known as K-Lee.
“We’ve just outgrown the building,” he said of the shopping strip suite behind Coconut Bay Café. “It is 990 square feet, and we have four artists and two rooms there, and we just don’t have any room to grow.”
Lee selected a 1,400 square-foot space behind O’Charley’s on Old Fort Parkway and plans to open in the new location in March. He’s keeping the Christian ethics, but opting for an “upscale, more antique-style tattoo shop feel.”
Prophetic Ink has also added Dan Jones to its staff. The former High Energy Tattoo owner gave Lee his first tattoo.
“Now he’s coming out of retirement to come work for me,” Lee said.
For more information about the Murfreesboro tattoo shop, visit Prophetic Ink’s Facebook page.
Parmida Home will kick off its “A Year of Helping Charity Organizations” fundraising event Saturday at Stones River Mall.
“We make this a fun-themed event to bring awareness to what we are supporting,” says company spokeswoman Nadine Wright.
Join in the festivities from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, at Parmida Home in the outdoor shopping section of Stones River Mall, and 10 percent from each purchase will go to Habitat for Humanity.
“We are about enjoying your home and what you do in it,” director of marketing Siotha Vest said. “Unlike other furniture or accents retailer – we’re a furniture store with designer furniture and décor, along with a great mix of products selected solely to compliment social activities in the customer’s home.”
Organization seeking to get involved in the year-long fundraiser should contact the store manager or send an email to Murfreesboro@parmidahome.com.
The Primary Care and Hope Clinic has announced it will host a free Community Health Fair in March.
Held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, March 9, the screenings will include: blood glucose screening, bone density assessments, hearing screenings, vision/ glaucoma screenings, blood pressure assessment and nutritional counseling.
Diabetic retinopathy screenings will be offered for adults older than 40.
“Regular health screenings provide aging adults with the opportunity to prevent the onset of certain diseases,” states a press release. “Early detection of medical conditions like diabetes, vision loss, hearing loss or bone density loss can often result in treatment options that are more effective.”
The Community Health Fair is offered in partnership with Prevent Blindness Tennessee and Vanderbilt Coalition for Healthy Aging. Appointments are required. Adults and seniors interested attending may call the Primary Care and Hope Clinic at 615-893-9390 to schedule.
Located at 1453 A Hope Way in Murfreesboro, The Primary Care and Hope Clinic is a not-for-profit healthcare clinic providing quality, affordable family health services to medically uninsured, underserved, Medicare and Medicaid families. Uninsured patients pay on a sliding fee scale based on income and family size.
For more information about the Primary Care and Hope Clinic visit hopeclnc.org.