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July 3, 2022


6/29/2022
Business Briefs

Sewing Machine Repair
Cedar Valley Crafts, 232 N. Indiana Avenue, is now a drop-off and pick-up location for Sewing Machine Repairs by Eric. You have asked and Cedar Valley Crafts listened. Now you can drop off your sewing machine to be repaired by Eric’s Sewing Machine Repairs located in Pt. Charlotte. Many of you know him and of his excellent work. He accepts checks or cash at pick-up. He offers a 60-day guarantee on all work and provides free estimates. Take advantage of this free service offered by Cedar Valley Crafts to allow you to keep on quilting and sewing! For fabrics, notions and cross-stitch supplies, Cedar Valley Crafts is the place! Phone: 941•681•2313. Visit their website or Facebook.

Englewood’s Outdoor Yoga Studio
Loving Light Yoga & Healing Center regretfully announced the closing of their indoor yoga center at 3455 S. Access Road. Yoga classes will continue at Englewood Beach and, along with new additional classes, include a weekly sunset yoga class and a sound healing crystal bowls at the water’s edge. Bring a blanket or sheet. Donations are graciously accepted (sliding scale of $5 & up.) Visit their website at www.lovinglightyoga.com to see the class schedule at the north end of Englewood Beach, 2100 N. Beach Road. Phone: 239•280•6745.

Paradise Dermatology Opens Venice Office
Paradise Dermatology is opening a new office in Venice at 315 Nokomis Avenue S. This expansion will be the third office for the practice of Dr. Michelle Pennie, Founder and Medical Director of Paradise Dermatology. The Englewood office remains open at 699 S. Indiana Avenue as does the Sarasota office at 3355 Clark Road. For more information about Paradise Dermatology, visit www.paradisederm.com or call 941•474•8811.

CoolToday Park New Website
CoolToday Park, the Spring Training Home of the Atlanta Braves, has launched their new website, www.CoolTodayPark.com. This website will be a resource for anything happening at CoolToday Park in West Villages, whether it be during the Spring Training season or the remainder of the year as it hosts a multitude of events year-round. The website will also host information on spring training season ticket memberships, how to plan your visit, available hospitality areas for your special group, and much more.

SUP Englewood New Operation Bases
SUP Englewood has moved their base of operations to Don Pedro Island State Park, 8450 Placida Road, Wednesday through Sunday, and to the Boca Grande 19th Street kayak launch on Monday and Tuesday when the Don Pedro Park is closed. Hours are 8am to 5pm. SUP Englewood is a certified and insured tour agency that offers kayak and paddleboard eco tours by a Florida Master Naturalist along with paddleboard and kayak rentals. Reservations are required and you can explore your choices and book online at www.supenglewood.com or call 941•265•2925.

Winn-Dixie Offers COVID Antiviral Meds
As part of the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program, Southeastern Grocers (SEG) has expanded the availability of Pfizer’s Paxlovid and Merck’s Molnupiravir oral antiviral medications to eligible patients in all Winn-Dixie pharmacies to be used in the treatment of mild-to-moderate COVID-19 cases. Eligible patients must have received a positive COVID-19 diagnosis, begin treatment within five days of symptom onset and have a prescription from their doctor or health care provider. Paxlovid is authorized for adults and children 12 years of age and older, weighing at least 88 pounds. Molnupiravir is available for adults 18 years of age and older. Patients must see their doctor or health care provider to determine if these oral treatment options are right for them. The Winn-Dixie pharmacy is located at 4100 McCall Road. Phone: 941•473•2933.

SMH Venice Now Primary Stroke Center
Sarasota Memorial Hospital-Venice was officially designated a Primary Stroke Center this month, a specialty certification that expands SMH’s stroke network and ensures patients have seamless access to the most advanced stroke care on the Suncoast. Certified by DNV GL Healthcare, the Primary Stroke Center designation signifies that SMH-Venice completed a rigorous onsite survey and met or exceeded all requirements established by state regulators and the national accrediting organization for advanced stroke care. SMH now has designated stroke centers in Sarasota, North Port, and Venice. “Strokes are brain attacks, and just like heart attacks, every second counts,” said Dr. Mauricio Concha. “To prevent lasting brain damage, it is essential that people treat it like the emergency it is and call 9-1-1. Too many people wait to see if their symptoms will go away and miss a critical window for effective treatment.” The first three hours after a stroke are the most important because stroke treatments are extremely effective when administered as soon as possible after the onset of a stroke. For every minute that a stroke is left untreated, up to 2 million brain cells die, so seeking immediate medical attention is critical to a successful recovery.

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