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eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Bright Star Studio, llc proudly presents a pioneering, unique, and much needed, Angel Pet Conference 2019 in North Carolina, covering many topics on senior pet care needs, end-of-life care, caregiver support and grief healing.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, North Carolina, has recently launched a YouTube Channel to showcase a series of topics, including a behind-the-scenes peek into what happens before a cooking class, how the company got started, tips for making a tomato basket and more.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Old Willys Jeeps from 1941-1964 will be on display at the 2017 Southeast Willys Jeep Get Together including military, CJs, wagons, truck, and forward control. More than 30 Willys Jeeps will be on display representing originals, restorations and modified in varying conditions from "rust buckets to trailer queens."
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- In response to multiple requests, Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, N.C., has decided to add off-site services. In the past, they've given on-site cooking classes in a private home (and still do), but now they're also taking the show on the road.
eNewsChannels NEWS: (ASHEVILLE, N.C.) -- Cottage Cooking, a cooking class business in Asheville, N.C., where their motto is, "Enter as strangers, but leave as friends," is excited to report that its guests will now be entering into a new kitchen. John Godts and Liisa Andreassen, owners of Cottage Cooking, had no idea that when they started their cooking class business less than two years ago that there would be such a demand for their services.
NEWS (ASHEVILLE, N.C.) -- It's a feat she never thought possible, but one she accomplished anyway. When Lauren Woodard, LCSW, owner, Bloom Consulting and Counseling, placed second in the psychologist/counselor, health and wellness category in the Mountain Xpress Best of WNC 2016 reader poll, she was simultaneously thrilled and stunned.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. -- High performance organizations require leaders who understand the practices and thinking needed to succeed as change agents in their work and lives. Now, committed managers - from CEOs to mid-level aspirants to legacy leaders - can explore ways to successfully achieve intended outcomes at the second annual Thayer Institute Leadership Conference, Saturday, Aug. 27, and Sunday, August 28, 2016.