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Business Briefs – Oct. 7

Mean Mug Coffee Co. to move downtown

Mean Mug Coffee Co. has announced plans to relocate to 110 N. Main St., beside the Kitchen Store, in early 2019.

The coffeehouse is currently at 1040 S. Fulton St.

In partnership with the SOAR Program at Rowan-Cabaruss Community College, Mean Mug will train and employ local adults with special needs.

Mean Mug will lease the building from architect Pete Bogle, owner of Bogle Firm Architecture.

Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers has new CEO

Don Holloman will become CEO of Cabarrus Rowan Community Health Centers effective Monday.

Holloman has more than 18 years of experience in the health care industry.

He was previously chief executive officer, chief operations officer and chief financial officer in the Federally Qualified Health Centers industry. He has a bachelor’s degree in health care administration and a master’s in education from Tennessee State University.

SoFul Yoga & Wellness to offer children’s yoga classes

Beginning Saturday, SoFul Yoga and Wellness will offer classes geared to children with special needs.

Every second and fourth Saturday, the studio will offer two classes, Yoga for Preschoolers at 10 a.m. and Yoga for Kids at 11 a.m.

Yoga for Preschoolers is for ages 2-5 and will teach simple poses, games, art, music and breathing. Parents must accompany their children.

Yoga for Kids is for ages 6-12. Children can learn breathing techniques, relaxation and poses through activities, games, songs and stories. Parents can attend the Yoga for Kids class upstairs.

Cara Effinger, a certified preschool, kids and special needs yoga instructor, will lead the classes.

SoFul Yoga and Wellness is at 1024 S. Fulton St. Classes are $10 for drop-ins or $80 for a 10-class pass.

For more information, visit SoFulYoga.com or call 704-754-2961.

Dollar General opens location in Mocksville

Dollar General opened this weekend at 1171 Salisbury Road in Mocksville.

Customers enjoyed special deals and prizes at Saturday’s grand opening. The first 50 shoppers received $10 Dollar General gift cards, and the first 200 shoppers received a Dollar General tote bag with product samples.

“Dollar General is committed to delivering a pleasant shopping experience that includes a convenient location, a wide assortment of merchandise and great prices on quality products,” said Dan Nieser, senior vice president of real estate and store development.  “We hope our Mocksville customers will continue to enjoy shopping at Dollar General’s new location.”

The Mocksville location has seasonal products in the center in the store and coolers near the front of the store.

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