Free dental service Saturday BUSINESS

Once a year, independent dental hygiene clinics in Canada offer a Gift From The Heart, a day of free dental hygiene services for people who cannot afford dental care.

Once a year, independent dental hygiene clinics in Canada offer a Gift From The Heart, a day of free dental hygiene services for people who cannot afford dental care.

The Smile People, dental hygiene inc. in Salmon Arm is offering their Gift From The Heart on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

For more info, or to book an appointment, call The Smile People clinic at 250-832 6692.

Business input welcome

The Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce board is organizing a planning session for mid-February to discuss goals and/or objectives for this year. As part of this process they invite you to email Cyril Sukare at president10@sachamber.bc.ca or Corryn Grayston at admin@sachamber.bc.ca to share your suggestions and feedback on business or community issues you would like to see chamber initiate or participate in.

New digs in Industrial Park

ADAM Integrated Industries has changed location and is now settled in at 5301 40th Ave. SE. Owner Margaret McMaster is proud to be a local business owner offering services that include precision cutting, metal manufacturing and fabrication, alternative energy solutions, design and manufacturing consultation services and much more. To find out more about ADAM Integrated Industries, visit them at their new location, or call 250-832-3480.

Soup’s on

Culinary Inspirations is now offering homemade soup to complement their uniquely crafted panini sandwiches.

Owners Cookie and Todd Langenfeld welcome everyone to enjoy their scrumptious soups with fresh ingredients, quality meats, spices and herbs, all showcasing items in their store.

You will find an array of unique and sought-after specialty food items, rare spices, a wonderful selection of oils, spreads and much more. Their store is at 170 McLeod Street NE, or visit them at www.culinaryinspirations.com.

Mall celebrates Heritage Week

Join in on some good old fashioned family fun for Heritage Week happening Feb. 21-26 at The Mall at Piccadilly. R. J. Haney Heritage Village and Museum will host the event that will include silent auctions, old-fashioned pie contests, crafts, and a pancake breakfast. There will also be heritage displays and entertainment all week long.

Wash and go

In addition to owning the Cal Van Motel, Tom and Marliese Fischer are the proud new owners of Bee Line Laundromat. Additional services can be provided such as wash and fold, to complement the 30 washers and dryers they have available. Bee Line Laundromat is located at 456 Trans Canada Highway SW.

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