You pile up enough tomorrows, and you’ll find you are left with nothing but a lot of empty yesterdays. I don’t know about you, but I’d like to make today worth remembering..
With having two active kids in the family, it can be difficult to keep everyone on course. These last two weeks our household’s schedule has been turned upside down with school and other activities. My daughter is active in this weekend’s performance of The Music Man. Be sure to head over to Wausau East and check it out, I guarantee you’ll enjoy it.
Business Member News
Have you seen the stickers? RelyLocal Wausau business members proudly show their affiliation with Wausau’s community campaign to support local business by displaying Relylocal stickers on their windows and doors. Jump on board with RelyLocal and get your own set of stickers, contact Michael for more information.
Spring gave us an early wake up call this year, but there is plenty of yard maintenance that needs to be done. In addition to lawn mowing, pruning, and trimming; Green Valley Lawn Care offers spring cleanup, fertilizing and aerating for your lawn. They’ve got room for new clients for summer mowing contracts and will also do the occasional mowing services if you need a trim while on vacation.
You’ve probably already heard of Miche Handbags, they’re the purse with endless possibilities. With four different sizes and interchangeable shells, the unique Miche handbag can coordinate with any outfit. Envy Miche offers handbags and shells, but would love to share the fun and excitement of Miche by helping you host a home party. Click on their link to watch the video and learn more.
Big news for The Planted Seed. If you’ve been to their location on Cherry St, you know their store is cozy and parking can be tough. But that will soon change as they are moving to a more visible location. Starting June 1 you’ll find The Planted Seed at 402 S 2nd Ave; right off of Stewart Ave it’s in the same building as Katzenbarkers.
The Spring Sale at NevaeH continues. Artwork, furniture, home decor and accessories; everything is on sale at the store. But their clearance inventory is moving fast, so you’ll need to get over there now for the best selection.
Would you love to save money on car care? Knowing how the mechanics of your car works and the warning signs to watch for can save you big money on a costly repair. Plus there are many little things you can do to keep your vehicle in top condition. Jay’s Auto Repair free Ladies Car Care Clinic will teach you how your car works and what trouble signs to watch for. Also great for new drivers, both make and female. Next class is Saturday, Arpil 21.
10 year old Kyle Pagel is suffering from a rare form of cancer. Unfortunately, the bills for travel and treatment are really stacking up. Insurance doesn’t cover everything, so we’re having a benefit for Kyle to help him out. Sunday April 22 you can show your support at an afternoon of Star Power featuring the Wisconsin Legion of the 501st Garrison. Details on the Buy Local Wausau Blog.
Save the date, my next Facebook for Business class is on Tuesday May 22nd at 4:30pm. Details are on the Buy Local Wausau Blog.
Each spring Wings Grief Education Ministry brings a speaker to Wausau who is an expert in grief.This year we welcome back Harold Ivan Smith with two outstanding seminars for the community and caregivers. Join us April 12-13, 2012, at Holiday Inn & Suites-Cedar Creek, Wausau, WI. For more information, contact Nan at 715-845-4159.
Live Music / Entertainment
Basil in Weston Saturday April 14: Artificial Karma, 8:30pm Free
Pro Players: Occupation Fool, 10:00pm Free
Downtown Wausau: First ever Downtown Pub Crawl, four local area establishments, win prizes:
Get your venue’s next gig listed. Contact RelyLocal Wausau for details.
One year ago this week was the Merrill tornado. The Wausau Daily Herald ran a nice retrospective on the rebuilding process. Preparedness is important as severe weather can come without warning. This next week is Wisconsin Severe Weather Awareness Week. There will be a statewide drill and test of the severe weather alert system on Thursday April 19. Details on this event can be found at the NWS Green Bay site.