Here’s a list of local business news for Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Fuquay-Varina and Holly Springs.
Restaurants & Spirits
Another Broken Egg plans to open its fourth Triangle location this fall at 1111 Parkside Main St., Cary, in Parkside Town Commons shopping center.
The Fuquay-Varina Downtown Association hosts Wine Down Wednesdays every week with specials at participating businesses. For more information: bit.ly/1XmRw3V.
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Tazza Kitchen has opened at 600 Ledgestone Way, Cary, in Stone Creek Village. This is the second Triangle location for the restaurant, which features wood-fired cooking and seasonal ingredients. bit.ly/1TrqxD6
The Holly Springs Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Taste of Holly Springs from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday, June 4, at the Farmers Market, 128 S. Main St. hollyspringschamber.org
La Farm Bakery will host its annual Bread Bakers Guild of America Open House from 3-4 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at the bakery, 4248 NW Cary Parkway, Cary. The event will offer behind-the-scene tours of the bakery, a bread shaping demo, and an opportunity to see bakers scoring and loading breads into the hearth oven. Bread samples will be available. lafarmbakery.com, www.bbga.org
Publix’s second location in the Triangle will open at 7 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, at Millpond Village, 3480 Kildaire Farm Road, Cary.
Green Pea and Baby and Child have merged to form Shower Me with Love at 316 Colonades Way, Suite 109, Cary, in Waverly Place shopping center.
The Joint Chiropractic is scheduled to open another Triangle office in June at 1012 Market Center Drive, Morrisville, in the Park Village West shopping center.
The Cary Eye Opener Breakfast is 8-9 a.m. Wednesday, May 25, at Prestonwood Country Club, 300 Prestonwood Parkway. Cost of the event, which is sponsored by the Cary Chamber of Commerce, is $10 for chamber members, $15 for nonmembers. To register, go to bit.ly/1VUrCFy.
Coffee & Connections, a networking event, is scheduled from 7:30-8:30 a.m. Thursday, May 26, at the Morrisville Chamber of Commerce, 260 Town Hall Drive, Suite A. Free for employees of member firms. Nonmembers can attend one session at no charge. bit.ly/1QSZs5C
Representatives of the Service Corps of Retired Executives offer free, confidential mentoring to business owners 4-7 p.m. Wednesdays at the Apex Chamber of Commerce, 220 N. Salem St. Call to make an appointment: 919-856-4739, raleigh.score.org.
The Morrisville Chamber of Commerce is planning a trip to Croatia in November. Prices start at $2,899 per person. bit.ly/1MKpgWT
Peter Cook II, Cary; Michelle O’Keefe, Morrisville; and Theodore Unruh, Cary, and recently were licensed as CPAs by the N.C. State Board of Certified Public Accountants.
David Coulter of Cary was elected to the board of governors of Presbyterian Homes Inc.
Dr. Gabriel T. Duncan recently joined Cary Family Dental.
John Misenheimer has joined the human resources department at Calyx Engineers and Consultants in Cary as a human resources generalist.
Jonathan Stewart has joined Northwood Retail as director of leasing and will oversee leasing, tenant relations and strategy for the firm’s Southeast/Carolinas portfolio, which includes Waverly Place in Cary.
Dr. Siti Lowery of Lowery Smiles in Cary is the winner of OnDeck’s Raleigh-Durham Small Business Homerun contest, which recognizes businesses that have positively impacted their communities. Lowery recently was honored in a pre-game ceremony at a Durham Bulls baseball game.
Lisa Garrity, owner of Lisa Garrity Insurance Agency in Apex, was honored by Allstate for providing outstanding customer service.
Jim Goodnight, CEO of SAS in Cary, has been named to the top 100 CEO Leaders in STEM list by the STEMconnector consortium.
Area Mattress Firm stores are accepting clothing and cash donations during regular business hours through Sunday, June 26, to support the North Carolina foster care system. Proceeds will be distributed to the Children’s Hope Alliance and Thompson Child and Family Focus at the end of the drive.
The Carolina RailHawks and Make-A-Wish Eastern North Carolina have formed the Goals Granting Wishes fundraising program. The professional soccer team plans to work with community sponsors and donate $2,500 for every RailHawks’ goal scored at home games during the 2016 season.
Special Make-a-Wish ticket packages also are available. The RailHawks will donate $5 from every ticket purchased to benefit the group. The team plays its home games at Wake Med Soccer Park, 201 Soccer Park Drive, Cary. For tickets: carolinarailhawks.com. For more information on becoming a community sponsor, email Jeremy Deckelbaum at Jeremy@CarolinaRailHawks.com.
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