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Around Town -- February 22, 2013

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  Health.  Learning -- and accessorizing.  You get it all -- in this week's "Around Town."

Who doesn't need a little help getting back on track with a New Year's resolution?  Terry's Health Products says they can help.  They've filled an additional 1,000 square feet after their move to the former Hellman Brother's Building on East Main.

"We remodeled the building in January.  When it came open, I knew that I had to move.  We were running out of space in our other location, and I wanted to expand our natural food section and our additional supplement line," says Lonna Zacher, Owner of Terry's Health Products.

Terry's also carries a line of all-natural make-up and select gift items.  For more information, check them out at TerrysHealthProducts.com. 

A new tutoring facility has opened for children between the ages of 4-12 in the areas of math and language arts.  "The students move at their own pace, so if you feel your child wants to accelerate and do some additional learning beyond the classroom, we can accommodate that. If you think your child is a little behind where you'd like him to be, we can also help him get up to where you'd like him to be.  We pretty much tailor it to what you want," says Gail Rothschiller, Teacher/Tutor at Eye Level Learning Center.

Eye Level works from the philosophy that successful learning takes place at a child's eye level.  Programs are based on U.S. Department of Education Common Core Curriculum Standards -- and diagnostic testing is free.  For additional information, you can visit their website at myeyelevel.com.

The little town of Lincoln has big ties to Nashville and Hollywood -- thanks to BBT Style.
A BBT headband can be seen in the Lifetime film, "Dark Desire" -- and Jessica Alba's daughter has been spotted sporting a BBT design.  The company also teamed up with former "The Voice" contestant, Adley Stump, to create a line of specialty headbands.  All BBT products are handmade.

"So much now, today, the labels say, 'made in China,' 'made in Hong Kong.'  This is made in the U.S.A.  It's made locally, and you can't put a price on handmade.  It's made with love.  It's made with care, and you know that it's made with somebody who loves to do what they do," says Melissa Ahonen, Owner/Designer of BBT Style.  For more information, go to bbtstyle.com, or visit them on Facebook.

 

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