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Business roundup: Hammond joining Davis family law firm

Jennifer Davis Hammond was sworn in as an attorney on Sept. 1. She will practice at the family law firm of Davis & Davis.
Hammond is a cum laude graduate of Catawba College and graduated with honors from Charlotte School of Law. She served on law review as the senior executive editor.
Hammond’s uncle, James C. Davis, a retired senior resident superior court judge for District 19-A, presided over her swearing-in ceremony in Rowan County Superior Court. James A. Davis, Hammond’s brother and local attorney, introduced her to the local bar and presented her to the court for admission to the bar.
Hammond served as a paralegal at the family law firm for a number of years before deciding that she also wanted to be an attorney.
Hammond plans to concentrate in the areas of family law, personal injury, and estate law. Her office is located at Davis & Davis, Attorneys at Law, 215 North Main Street in Salisbury.
Learning center’s nursing classes
New Careers Learning Center will offer a Certified Nursing Assistance I Class on Sept. 14 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. The session is four weeks and will take place at 510 Old Centergrove Road in the Marable Memorial Plaza in Kannapolis.
Also, there will be a CNA I Refresher Course on Sept. 12 at 9 a.m.
Seating is limited. For more details, please contact Yvette Sinclair at 704-298 ń 4450, 704-467-7119, or newcareerslearningcenter1@yahoo.com.
Ashley Sheley joins Home Instead
Ashley Sheley has been named Staff Coordinator for Home Instead Senior Care at 625 W. Innes St., Salisbury.
She is responsible for coordinating activities necessary to provide quality care to senior clients, assigning caregivers to match clients’ needs and handling quality assurance with clients and caregivers.
She worked more than five years in office management for veterinary clinics in Knoxville, Tenn., and Atlanta. She joined Home Instead in Lexington earlier this year and moved to the Salisbury office in June.
She grew up in Greensboro and lives in Salisbury with her two daughters.
Koontz & Smith law firm at new location
The Corriher, Koontz & Smith law firm has a new name and location.
It is now Koontz & Smith and is located at 225 N. Main Street, Suite 304. The phone number is 704- 636-2974.
Seminar for seniors to help prevent falls
David Pfeufer, Rehab Specialties Director of Gentiva Home Health in Kannapolis/ Concord and Salisbury, will present “Safe Strides,” a program on fall prevention and balance on Wednesday, Sept. 23, at noon at Morningside Assisted Living.
He will also present a seminar on what to expect after joint replacement at Crescent Heights on Thursday, Sept. 24 at 11:30 a.m.
Both programs are free. A complimentary lunch will be provided. For details and reservations, call Susan Wear at Gentiva Home Health at 704-933-1001.
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