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Tue, Sep 2, 2014

MINUTE: Skin by Michelle beautifies skin, self esteem

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With warmer weather on the way, now is the time to slough off the old and let the new shine.

Skin by Michelle opened its doors at 110 B. Barfield Crescent Road in Murfreesboro earlier this month and will hold a grand opening celebration Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The open house will include door prizes, refreshments and complimentary services, owner Michelle Valeri said.

A 15-year veteran of the skin care industry, Valeri said she decided it was time to open a storefront. Skin by Michelle offers a laundry list of face and body services, ranging from relaxation facials to body polishing treatments.

“I really believe that you can get really great results without using harsh products or harsh treatment,” she said, citing her non-surgical facelift as an example. “(It is) clinically proven to significantly reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, firms and nourishes the skin. This treatment will increase circulation and oxygen to the skin. Skin will feel tighter and have a healthy, more youthful glow.”

She said Skin by Michelle services not only promote healthier skin for clients but self-confidence, as well.

“Even though we’re dealing with skin, it’s about giving people back their self esteem,” Valeri said.

For additional information about the services offered at Skin by Michelle, visit skinbymichelle.skincaretherapy.net or call 615-898-0489.

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Heights Finance Corporation has announced its annual Customer Appreciation Days will be held every Friday in March.

Under the theme of “Pay It Forward: Helping Our Community Together,” the financial services company will hold a food drive benefiting Greenhouse Ministries. Coloring cards will be offered for customers to sign and decorate, and for every four cards received, Heights Finance will donate $1 to Greenhouse Ministries.

“We’re very proud to implement the ‘Pay it Forward’ program,” said Tim Stanley, president and CEO of Heights Finance Corporation. “It gives us a unique opportunity to partner with our customers in giving back to the community.”

Refreshments will be provided during Customer Appreciation Days, along with a Kindle Fire sweepstakes. Customers must visit the office at 352 W Northfield Blvd in Murfreesboro to register for a chance to win.

For more information about Heights Finance Corporation, visit heightsfinance.com.

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First Baptist Church broke ground on a major construction project earlier this week, according to a press release.

Dubbed CrossRoads, the construction begins Phase I of the historic downtown church’s long-range master plan to update, improve and expand its facilities.

The $2 million initial phase of the project has been funded through a capital campaign conducted by its members, according to a press release.

Themed "We’re Here for Life," the campaign encouraged members to invest in the church’s future and its commitment to Murfreesboro’s downtown area. Orion Construction has been chosen for the building project.  

First Baptist Church welcomes all visitors. For more information, visit fbcmboro.org or call 615-893-2514.



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Chamber University, a professional development program of the Rutherford County Chamber of Commerce, will present “Selecting Winners: What Charlie Sheen Can Teach You About Hiring Employees,” at 7:45 a.m. March 8, at the Chamber Building.

Attendees will hear from three human resources professionals who will discuss successful ways to find, interview, hire and keep the best employees. Panelists include Delicia Barnes, human resources manager for General Mills, Heather Bemis, senior human resources business consultant for Asurion Inc., and Dusty Doddridge, assistant director for employer relations at the MTSU Career Development Center.

The session is open to both Chamber of Commerce members and non-members. The cost to attend is $20 for members and $30 for non-members. Online registration is available by visiting rutherfordchamber.org.

The deadline to register is Tuesday by 4:30 p.m.
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