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Biz briefs 10/23

Allergy Partners in new location

The Allergy Partners of Rowan-Salisbury has relocated into a new clinic, now at 420 Mocksville Ave. The clinic offers allergy testing, peanut oral immunotherapy, venom and medication testing, treatment of food allergies and asthma treatment.

The clinic offers early morning and evening hours. Visit www.allergypartners.com/rowansalisbury or call 704-431-4253 for more information.

Sole Hope reopens

Sole Hope, an organization that works to prevent diseases that enter through the feet and create physical and psychological difference in the lives of people in impoverished communities, is reopening its office in Salisbury.

The organization will be holding a grand reopening celebration at 325 N. Lee St. on Nov. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. There will be refreshments as well as stories of what the organization is doing in Uganda. Dru Collie, U.S. staff and executive director will be there to greet attendees.

Southern States sets annual meeting

Southern States Cooperative will review its operations at a series of local annual meetings, including the upcoming meeting for members of Southern States Cooperative, Inc. in Salisbury.

“Fiscal ‘16 continues to present many challenges and opportunities for Southern States, our members and agriculture as a whole,” says President and CEO Jeff Stroburg. “We will continue to provide our members and customers with the products, services and expertise to assist in achieving greater levels of success. In addition to the success of our members, Southern States will continually analyze and make the business decisions necessary to reach profitability levels, and we fully expect a much more successful year in ’16-17.”

Southern States Cooperative, Inc. in Salisbury will hold its annual membership meeting on Friday, Nov. 4, at 1710 Jake Alexander Blvd. W. The meeting will begin at 3:00 p.m.

The Cooperative’s management will use the meeting to report on both local and company-wide operations, as well as projected budget results for next year. Local board members will be elected and retiring board members will be recognized.

Board nominees include Jerry Pless and Larry Pruett.

“The annual meeting is the best single opportunity to outline our plans for the future to our membership and discuss our progress in meeting our financial goals,” notes Don Chamblee, manager for Southern States Cooperative, Inc. in Salisbury.




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