Business briefsTherapist opens shop; Counselors add MS-Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Lisa Sedlak; Heirloom Court Apartments set opening event; Swirl Wine Bar expands, holds grand re-opening; Central Bank donates to Fishing Has No Boundaries.
Counselors add Sedlak
Lisa JW Sedlak, MS-Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist recently joined the team of professional psychotherapists at Hudson Counseling Services. In addition to the typical modes of service (child focused, individual, couples and family therapy), Sedlak facilitates groups and wellness retreats. Specialized focus includes substance abuse, mindfulness, and trauma resolution through the use of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Call (715) 531-6760 to schedule an appointment.
Therapist opens shop
Ayesha Olson, has completed her state and national certification and is a massage therapist with her practice at island Touch Therapeutic Massage, 411 County UU. She offers Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, hot stone therapy, aromatherapy and a variety of spa services. For information, go to www.islandtouchmassage.abmp.com, call (715) 760-0029 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bank helps organization
Fishing Has No Boundaries – St. Croix Valley Chapter has been chosen as the October recipient of the RiverBucks program at Central Bank in North Hudson. The bank is offering coffee, espresso drink and freshly baked cookies. All donations for RiverBucks fare go to support a different Hudson youth organization each month.
Heirloom Court Apartments set opening event
Heirloom Court Apartments, Hudson’s newest rent-subsidized independent living apartment community for seniors age 62 and better, will be opening in early January, 2012. A meet-and-greet event is Wednesday, Oct. 26, from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Hudson Senior Center, 1320 Wisconsin St. At Heirloom Court Apartments, a 31 unit apartment community for very-low income seniors ages 62 and better, rent is based on 30 percent of gross adjusted monthly income, with rental assistance provided by the U.S. Depart of Housing and Urban Development. There is no application fee and there is no obligation to move by applying to Heirloom Courts.
Swirl Wine Bar expands, holds grand re-opening Oct. 29
Swirl Wine Bar in Afton has doubled its size and will host a grand re-opening to show off the space from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29. The event will include a complimentary wine tasting. The remodeled bar offers a fireplace with comfortable couches and chairs arranged to facilitate conversation. It also has additional seating, more wines, an additional bar and a center room wine display. Swirl is located in the Shops of Afton at 3291 St. Croix Trail So.