Preston Hollow July 2016 : Page 24

BUSINESS BUZ Z NEWS + NOTES WHA T’S UP WITH NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESSES EDUCATION In May, the students at Cabell Elementary placed third in Destination Imagination in Nashville, Tenn. The mission of Destination Imagination is “to develop opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st century skills and creativity.” Along with the creation of the balsa wood structure, the Cabell Chargers wrote a story and performed a skit. The team sponsors were Abby Farmer and David Bates. Keylime cupcakes from Society Bakery (Photo by Mark Davis) SWEET TREATS Society Bakery opened the doors to a third location in the Preston Hollow shopping center at the end of May. The bakery is taking over Toni Rivard’s Cakeballs’ old space, which is now newly located in NorthPark Center. The space, which is right next to Kidville, is another reason for the bakery’s opening. Owner Roshi Muns says, “We have been extremely successful creating all of Fruity Pebble cookie from Society Bakery the custom birthday cakes for Kidville, which will be our neighbor at this location, so families in the area are familiar with our talented pastry team.” The bakery is open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The store is home to a new recipe, the Fruity Pebble cookie. The fourth-grade students at The Lamplighter School continue to put work and charity first with Lamplighter Layers, a chicken-raising and egg-selling corporation, which provided the kids with business skills while giving back in the process. After selling 5,800 eggs, the students gave both the American Cancer Society and the Great Plains Foundation $800 checks. In addition, they gave $90 to the school. Dr. Joan Hill, head of school, says, “The kids don’t just think they can do something… they know and believe that they can do anything.” The Vickery Meadow Summer Academy is in need of tutors and youth leaders this summer (July 7-Aug. 4) to help immigrants and refugees with basic English and phonics. In addition, the tutors would teach them “how to obtain basic nutrition and be able to navigate their surroundings.” For more information, contact Dalene Buhl at dalenebuhl@gmail.com. HOSPITAL EXPANSION Medical City Dallas Hospital continues to grow with the addition of 123 private patient rooms at the end of May. On June 1, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center and Joint Restoration Institute opened. In addition, there is a gym, dining room and more for the patients in Building E. By putting all of these elements together in Building E, it “brings our vision of an orthopedic and neurosciences hospital on the campus of Medical City to life,” says Troy Villarreal, president and CEO at Medical City Dallas Hospital. NOW OPEN Carlens Luxury Optical is set to open July 1 at the Shops at Park Lane. The high-end eyewear retailer is owned by Stephany Carmona. Learn more at facebook.com/carlensoptical. Fine footwear and accessories manufacturer Cole Haan opened a new store at the NorthPark Center in June. 24 prestonhollow.advocatemag.com JULY 2016

Business Buzz

WHAT ’ S UP WITH NEIGHBORHOOD BUSINESSES

SWEET TREATS

Society Bakery opened the doors to a third location in the Preston Hollow shopping center at the end of May. The bakery is taking over Toni Rivard’s Cakeballs’ old space, which is now newly located in NorthPark Center. The space, which is right next to Kidville, is another reason for the bakery’s opening. Owner Roshi Muns says, “We have been extremely successful creating all of the custom birthday cakes for Kidville, which will be our neighbor at this location, so families in the area are familiar with our talented pastry team.” The bakery is open Monday-Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The store is home to a new recipe, the Fruity Pebble cookie.

HOSPITAL EXPANSION

Medical City Dallas Hospital continues to grow with the addition of 123 private patient rooms at the end of May. On June 1, the Inpatient Rehabilitation Center and Joint Restoration Institute opened. In addition, there is a gym, dining room and more for the patients in Building E. By putting all of these elements together in Building E, it “brings our vision of an orthopedic and neurosciences hospital on the campus of Medical City to life,” says Troy Villarreal, president and CEO at Medical City Dallas Hospital.

NOW OPEN

Carlens Luxury Optical is set to open July 1 at the Shops at Park Lane.

The high-end eyewear retailer is owned by Stephany Carmona. Learn more at facebook.com/carlensoptical. Fine footwear and accessories manufacturer Cole Haan opened a new store at the NorthPark Center in June.

Read the full article at http://trendmag2.trendoffset.com/article/Business+Buzz/2514986/314163/article.html.

News + Notes

EDUCATION

In May, the students at Cabell Elementary placed third in Destination Imagination in Nashville, Tenn. The mission of Destination Imagination is “to develop opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st century skills and creativity.” Along with the creation of the balsa wood structure, the Cabell Chargers wrote a story and performed a skit. The team sponsors were Abby Farmer and David Bates.

The fourth-grade students at The Lamplighter School continue to put work and charity first with Lamplighter Layers, a chicken-raising and egg-selling corporation, which provided the kids with business skills while giving back in the process. After selling 5,800 eggs, the students gave both the American Cancer Society and the Great Plains Foundation $800 checks. In addition, they gave $90 to the school. Dr. Joan Hill, head of school, says, “The kids don’t just think they can do something… they know and believe that they can do anything.”

The Vickery Meadow Summer Academy is in need of tutors and youth leaders this summer (July 7-Aug. 4) to help immigrants and refugees with basic English and phonics. In addition, the tutors would teach them “how to obtain basic nutrition and be able to navigate their surroundings.” For more information, contact Dalene Buhl at dalenebuhl@gmail.com.

Read the full article at http://trendmag2.trendoffset.com/article/News+%2B+Notes/2514987/314163/article.html.

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