Executive Director Jean Gindreau, left and Kate O’Donnell of PAC 8. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Creativity and the entrepreneurial spirit flowed through the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce’ s annual Marketing and Promotions Fair held inside the Coffee House Café at 723 Central Ave. Wednesday.
Theone-stop shop provided a venue for all Chamber members to find out more about how to promote their business and non-profit organizations.
Hot topics at the event included details of exactly how much it will cost to carry out their marketing plan, what resources are available through
The Los Alamos Entrepreneurs’ Network (LAEN) is meeting at 6 p.m. today at the Hive in White Rock.
Executive Director Kevin Holsapple of the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce will give a presentation to LAEN explaining membership benefits.
Members and other interested parties are encouraged to attend.
The Hive is at 134 N.M. 4 next to Metzgers.
For information, contact David Jones, The Hive Steward and Los Alamos Entrepreneurs’ Network Member at 695-2017 or visit www.hive505.com
Photo by Greg Kendall/ladailypost.com
The Los Alamos Daily Post has just learned that longtime local business leader Denise Lane is taking over the location of Central Avenue Grill.
“I will be opening a new restaurant in this location this summer,” Lane said.
The fate of Central Avenue Grill has been in question for several months since owners Min Sung Park and Sohyank (Monica) Park declared bankruptcy last August in U.S. Federal Court in Albuquerque.
The Park’s have been operating Central Avenue Grill, 1789 Central Ave., as well as their Osaka Grill and Seafood restaurant
Following is a trip report from last week’s visit by PLACE representatives:
Welcome to PLACE, and to our first communication about Los Alamos. We will use this communication tool to keep you up-to-date on our efforts to build a new Creative Community in downtown Los Alamos.
We just returned from a very successful site visit. We were there to determine if the necessary ingredients were in place for us to build a successful new multi-use, sustainable community within the downtown, and more specifically, the downtown Creative District.
Here is a very brief overview of our findings:
Community County Business
Brownell’s Hallmark Owner Steve Brownell, center, shares with customers the website that shows where he is moving to in Kansas once he closes the store. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Brownell’s Hallmark store’s final days are marked with a store sale.
With Steve Brownell’s looming retirement, customers were pleased for the opportunity to purchase items marked down as much as 75 percent but expressed sadness to see a local treasure closing down. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
Hallmark Manager Peggy Rustin rings up sales Tuesday
Two Forums Packed with Information and Resources for LANL Employees Eligible for Voluntary Separation Set for Thursday
UNM-LA SBDC News:
The UNM- Los Alamos Small Business Development Center is hosting two community forums this week to provide LANL employees eligible for voluntary separation with information about opportunities and resources available to them.
Both forums take place on Thursday, March 15:
- The first forum will is noon–1 p.m., in conference room #202A at the Los Alamos Research Park, 4200 West Jemez Road.
- The second forum is 5:30-6:30 p.m. at The Hive, 134 State Road 4 in White Rock.
The forums will include representatives from organizations with resources available to help scientists
Community Business National Laboratory
By Mandy Marksteiner
Al Aglialoro confers with Paula Glover, President of Stewart Central Title. Photo by Mandy Marksteiner
Al Aglialoro, an insurance and investment agent with Farm Bureau Financial Services, is opening a new office in the Stewart Central Title building located between Ruby K’s and El Parasol
Aglialoro is immediately looking forward to helping the Los Alamos National Laboratory employees who may or may not accept the “voluntary separation program,” and help make important decisions about their separation package and their 401Ks, so that they can feel as
By Carol A. Clark
Central Avenue Grill Owner Monica Park in front of her Central Avenue restaurant Friday. Courtesy Photo
An alcohol compliance sweep by agents from the Special Investigations Division (SID) of the Department of Public Safety resulted in two local violations.
Servers at Central Avenue Grill in downtown Los Alamos and Phillips 66 in White Rock sold to underage operatives on the evening of Jan. 4.
“Katrina Butler at Central Avenue Grill and Casey Christiansen at Phillips 66 were cited for selling alcohol to minors. They will receive felony referrals to the District Attorney’s
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Newly elected board of the Los Alamos Entrepreneurs’ Network from left Vice President Richard Sayres, President Andy Andrews and Secretary Bill Sellers at the Hive in White Rock Thursday. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
The first election of officers for the Los Alamos Entrepreneurs’ Network (LAEN) concluded this evening with the following results:
- President – Andy Andrews
- Vice President – Richard Sayre
- Secretary – Bill Sellers
LAEN adopted its by-laws Feb. 23 and appointed a nomination committee including David Jones and Jung Hong to