2/15 Business Digest

Hairstylist looking for volunteers
A Clovis hairstylist is looking for volunteers with chemically damaged hair to conduct initial marketing research.

Lisa May, owner of Hair by Lisa May, said her new process dubbed Clovis Mist uses microscope technologies and a conditioning blend to restore damage to hair.

She said the marketing research will get under way in six weeks but participants should sign up with her in the next 30 day.

The conditioner she will apply to damaged hair contain proteins, moisture compounds and essential oils, she said.

Those interested in participating may contact May at 763-0337.

Plans for facility moving forward
Plans for a 50-apartment assisted living facility owned by the Retirement Ranch are moving forward, according to Marv Schultz, administrator at Retirement Ranch.

The assisted living facility will give more options on quality of life decisions to area elderly people, Schultz said. Residents of the facility would pay room and board, and in exchange receive meals, a studio apartment and basic assistance.

He said project has been in the works from more than three years. The building process is expected to last a year and a half and the total cost of the facility is estimated between $5 million and $6 million.

The facility will be known as Prairie Meadows. A site and ground-breaking date have yet to be determined.

Library hosting comp workshop
A workers compensation workshop will be held 6 p.m. Feb. 24 at the Clovis-Carver Public Library.

The workshop includes a presentation by a volunteer local attorney who will discuss worker compensation issues and explain options and available services, a press release from the State Bar of New Mexico showed.

Marilyn Kelley of the State Bar of New Mexico said this workshop would be good for workers who may have been injured on the job and don’t know what to do.

The event is open to the public and free to attend.

Call 800-876-6227 for information.

Expo to feature health presentation
The New Mexico Beef Expo is scheduled for March 18-20 in Albuquerque at the New Mexico State Fair Grounds.

There will be a presentation by Dr. Kristin Patton of the New Mexico Department of Agriculture Veterinary Diagnostic Services on Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus infection in cattle, and how to reduce economic loss through disease prevention.

The New Mexico Purebred Breeders Alliance will host three different sales on March 19.

Business Digest is compiled by CNJ staff writer David Irvin. He may be contacted at 763-6991, or by e-mail: david_irvin@link.freedom.com