Biz buzz:
Partnership with Westside CARES

       The Old Town Guesthouse is partnering with Westside CARES during February and March. Business owners Don and Shirley Wick will donate non- perishable food items to Westside Cares for every guest who stays at their bed & breakfast through at least the end of March.
       Free Acugraph screenings will be available to the public Saturday, Feb. 7 from noon to 6 p.m. at the Desert Sage Life Essential store, 2501 W. Colorado Ave.
       Screenings will provide analysis and documentation of people's energy levels.
       Sheri and Allison Reichert have worked as a mother-daughter team in the real estate market and are now opening Twice Appreciated, a resale shop at 1440 S. 21st St.
       Selling in bulk or by item, the store's offerings include antiques, furniture, quilts, sporting goods and household wares.
       The store is open Monday through Saturday.
       The phone is 392-4340.
       The Hunter-Wolff Gallery, 2510 W. Colorado Ave., will unveil its “Love is in the Air” exhibit Saturday, Feb. 14, with a reception from 2 to 6 p.m. The show, running through mid-March, will include paintings, stone sculpture, blown glass and fine jewelry by regional artists.
       For more information, call 520-9494.
       Cheyenne Maloney, an author and “heart-centered” practitioner, will lead a free Introductory Circle at the Celebration store, 2207 W. Colorado Ave., Thursday, Feb. 12, from 6:30 to 9 p.m.
       For more information, call 475-1141.

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