Business notes for July 20, 2011

By Union Democrat staff July 19, 2011 01:04 pm
Chamber mixer

     The Calaveras County Chamber of Commerce and the Valley Springs Area Business Association will have an after hours networking mixer at Umpqua Bank in Valley Springs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday.
    All area business people can come network, meet with other local business people and get the word out about their business.
    The cost is $5, which includes local wines and appetizers.
    For more information, call 736-2580.

Diamondback

    The Diamondback Bar and Grill at Linoberg and South Washington streets in downtown Sonora is open for business after a small electrical fire cut power to it for half a day on Saturday.
    The electrical panel outside on the Linoberg side of the building caught fire. There was no damage to the building’s interior.
   

Fundraiser

    All Save Mart foods stores are selling paper icons for $1 through July 31 to raise funds for children’s hospitals in Central and Northern California and northern Nevada.
    Once purchased, the icons will be displayed in the stores.
    Last year, Save Mart customers and employees donated more than $130,000 to children’s hospitals when they shopped.
    For more information, call Alicia Rockwell, Save Mart’s public affairs director, at 548-6511 or 800-692-5710.


New members

    The Tuolumne County Business Networking Institute is accepting new members.
    The largest networking group in the nation, the institute helps business owners connect and assists them in establishing new contacts and customers. It helps its members build and grow their businesses by word of mouth.
    For more information, call Jan Dyer at 988-9075 or Candice Myers at 559-2780.
   

Open position

    Tuolumne County is seeking applications for an open position on the County Small Business Revolving Loan Fund Committee.
    Those interested should call the board of supervisors clerk for an application at 533-5521.