Need2Know: Military recruiting office; LazyG Brewhouse; Harmony Integrative Medicine moving
Military recruiting office moves to Prescott Valley Entertainment District
Young people with in an interest in serving in the U.S. military can now check out the possibilities at a new recruiting site in Prescott Valley.
Matthew Vinson, U.S. Army Sgt. First Class and local station commander, said this past week that a younger demographic and a larger space were among the reasons for a recent move from Prescott to Prescott Valley.
The local military recruiting center moved in April from the Prescott Gateway Mall site it had occupied for about four years to a spot in the Prescott Valley Entertainment District.
“Prescott Valley is growing, and we wanted to move with the (younger) demographic,” Vinson said, noting that traffic by prospective recruits is already up at the new site.
In addition, he said, the new site offers “more than double the space” for the center, which includes representatives of the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, and Air Force.
The recruiting staff consists of six representatives with the Army, three with the Navy, one with the Marines, and one with the Air Force.
Vinson suggests that anyone with an interest in joining the military should call the office at 928-443-8958, or stop by the new office at 2892 N. Park Ave., Suite H, Prescott Valley.
Brew master chosen for soon-to-open LazyG Brewhouse
A national award-winning brewer, Travis Smith, has been named brew master to lead the brewing operations at the soon-to-open LazyG Brewhouse in Prescott.
The new brewpub, located in the downtown entertainment district, is under construction and expected to open in July, says co-owner Jim Bellington.
Smith brings extensive brewing experience, having worked as a brewer at Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa, California; The Bruery in Placentia, California; and as co-founder and brew master of Societe Brewing Company in San Diego.
LazyG co-owners Jim and Jean-Marie Bellington say that Smith’s passion for brewing “shines through in each of his beers.” They add that they are looking forward to serving “an exceptional variety of quality, flavorful beers.”
The restaurant and brewery is under construction three blocks south of the downtown courthouse plaza, at 220 W. Leroux St.
Harmony Integrative Medicine moving to new Gurley Street location
Jean Painter, owner of Harmony Integrated Medication, announced that she will be moving her office from its Hassayampa Lane location to 518 E. Gurley St. The move is expected to occur in late May.
Painter provides acupuncture and other modes of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), and is board-certified in acupuncture, Oriental medicine, and Chinese herbology.
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