When customers purchase a sub or when they spend more than $25 on a meal, they will receive a ticket to enter a drawing for a free gift. Live Christian and country music will be offered, too, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. Karaoke will take place from 4-9 p.m.
The Papa Sub and Who's Your Daddy soft drink special will stay in effect from Saturday until Feb. 7. Tickets for the drawing to win a prize will be accumulated until Feb. 7 when the drawing will take place.
Spell's Cafe is owned by Dennis and Sandra Spell, and is located at 100 Watts Way, directly across U.S. 27 from Rocky Top Shell.
Danville doctor re-certified by ABS
Dr. David O. Montgomery of Danville completed the re-certification examination issued by the American Board of Surgery. Montgomery is a general surgeon who practices at 210 W. Main St., Danville.
Board certification confers a standard of excellence in knowledge and practice to physicians who not only certify via the examination process, but also work on the maintenance of these skills during the seven-year cycle between examinations.
Northpoint announces promotions
Kristin Buck of Burgin was promoted to classification and treatment officer I at Northpoint Training Center. The center is a medium-security state prison located in northern Boyle County. Buck began her employment at Northpoint Training Center as an accountant III in May 2008.
Also, Priscilla Miller of Hustonville was promoted to property officer II. She began her employment at Northpoint Training Center as a corrections officer in February 2006.
New animal clinic opens in Danville
Town & Country Animal Clinic, a new animal veterinary clinic, now is open.
The new clinic offers grooming, dentistry, general surgery, blood analyzing, digital radiology, limited boarding for clients' pets, house calls, as well as pick up or delivery if situation warrants.
Veterinarian Jack Jones has more than 30 years veterinary experience, with the most recent being in Texas. He sold that clinic when he moved to Perryville in the summer of 2008. Jones' wife, Julie, is the office manager.
The clinic is open 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday with doctor appointments starting at 8 a.m.; and 7-11 a.m. on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Drop-ins are welcome and will be worked in. Appointments are appreciated, though.
The clinic is located at 1714 Perryville Road, Suite 108, Danville, at the corner of U.S. 150 and U.S. 127, next to AT&T and McDonald's.
Wausau announces new distribution hub
Wausau Paper announces that Bedford Park, Ill., was selected as the location for its new Printing & Writing distribution hub. Bedford Park, a southwestern suburb of Chicago, was chosen for its proximity to key Midwest commercial printing markets and the company's network of merchant distribution partners.
Transitional operations will begin shortly, and once fully operational in mid-2009 the company's overnight and same-day delivery service will be available to an increased number of central U.S. customers.
The opening of this new distribution hub is an element of the $6.6 million capital project, announced in December, to consolidate converting capacity and streamline distribution within the company's Printing & Writing business. Daniel R. Trettin, senior vice president, Printing & Writing, stated in a press release the new distribution hub will reduce transportation and operating costs as well.
From its mill facilities in Brokaw, Wis., and Brainerd, Minn., Wausau Paper produces more than 2,000 different stock items from more than 400 different types of paper ranging in weight, color, size and finishes. Approximately two-thirds of Wausau Paper's Printing & Writing commercial stocking items contain 30 percent recycled post-consumer fiber and carry the independent Green Seal certification.
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