The Woodland Healthcare Surgery Center was honored with a certificate of recognition as a quality endoscopy unit by the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. The ASGE recognizes endoscopy units that follow its guidelines on privileging, quality assurance, endoscope reprocessing and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention infection control guidelines. An important requirement for the program […]
PremierWest Bank has announced the promotion of Anthony Johnson to assistant vice president and district manager of the Sacramento Valley region. Johnson will oversee the growth of all branches throughout Sacramento, Nevada and Yolo counties. Johnson has been at the Davis branch since 2008. He will continue as Davis branch manager in addition to his […]
The city of Davis faces many budget challenges in this tough economy, City Manager Steve Pinkerton said Tuesday, but is well-positioned for new economic development in collaboration with UC Davis, which he described as an “incredibly powerful economic engine.”
Davis business owners and employees packed into the Davis Odd Fellows Hall, 415 Second St. downtown, to hear Pinkerton map out the “State of the City” during the Chamber of Commerce’s monthly membership luncheon.
The Baja Fresh at 237 D St., at Third Street, closed late last week. The Mexican fast-food restaurant was next to the downtown Post Office which is also scheduled for closure. The eatery just opened this fall, around late October. I received this email from Diana Garcia of the Baja Fresh corporate office today: “The Baja Fresh […]
Travis Credit Union will present a free seminar titled “Everything You Want to Know About Being a First-Time Home Buyer” from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 21. The workshop will take place in the Community Room at Travis Credit Union, One Travis Way, Vacaville. Preparation for home ownership begins long before the purchase actually […]
Jason Dayne, owner and designer of Jeeba Jewelry Studio, is vacationing in Australia with family. The extended trip was booked before he took over the space this fall at 712 Third St., next to Bistro 33. So since Dec. 19 and through the end of February, two other local jewelry designers — Robina D. Slizeski […]
Two mixers are planned by the Davis Chamber of Commerce this month. The first is set from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday at West Yost Associates, 2020 Research Park Dr, Suite 100, in South Davis. Another mixer will take place from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, at H & R Block, 1411 W. Covell Blvd., […]
First Northern Bank has announced the promotion of Hans Peter Faye IV to senior vice president/agribusiness lending manager, in recognition of the bank’s growing agribusiness loan portfolio and increasing importance of the agribusiness industry throughout the markets served by First Northern. A fourth-generation Californian whose family is still involved in agriculture, Faye has more than […]
The Rocknasium will celebrate the grand opening of its new rock climbing gym with a ribbon cutting — on one of the gym’s arches, 20 feet off the ground — at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday. The event is open to the public. Food and refreshments will be served. The new gym replaces the original Rocknasium, which […]
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After 18 years, Alphabet Moon Toys & Treasures will close its doors at the end of the month. Christine Hildebrand, owner of the beloved toy store, announced the decision Wednesday in a letter to her customers. “We have loved every minute of it,” Hildebrand wrote. “We are proud to have provided a warm, friendly place […]
Music tells a special story, of love and laughter, heartache and sorrow or blessings and joy.
For Sarah Majorins of Davis, capturing these emotions in a melody is more than just a passion, it’s a business, too. She writes music for special occasions — including church services, weddings, concerts, new songs that go into albums, and more.
Working from her family’s East Davis home, she provides new arrangements of familiar hymns, as well as original material, to customers around the country, using the Internet to move sheet music and sound files back and forth.
She has long been an active musician.
“My dad (David George) is a pastor, at Valley Springs Church in Roseville. So I’ve been involved in church music my entire life,” she says.
For years, downtown toy merchant Alphabet Moon has been the point-of-purchase for countless birthday presents that delighted local youngsters. But with Alphabet Moon planning to close by the end of January, another nearby business that targets a similar customer demographic is retooling its strategy, seeking to fill at least part of the niche being vacated […]
Boldly forsaking a history of boxy, gas-guzzling sport utility vehicles, England’s Land Rover now sells a compact SUV that’s so stylish former Spice Girl Victoria Beckham is consulting on a special edition model. The new-for-2012 Range Rover Evoque with standard all-wheel drive Terrain Response System also is impressively capable off-road and recently snagged the 2012 […]