People in the news

Denise Byer, a Tujunga resident and independent Comfort Consultant for Private Quarters, was recently promoted to the senior group leader position. Byer received this promotion for outstanding sales and recruiting efforts and is among the first 100 leaders with the company.

Private Quarters is based in Bell and is a direct selling company founded by former Strouds Linens executive Jeff Stroud and Wayne Selness. The company sells high-quality bed and bath textiles and accessories through the direct sales distribution channel.

For more information, www.myprivatequarters.com.

Paperback collection underway

Dr. Nason of NorthGlen Chiropractic, will be collecting paperback books for Operation Paperback in March. The organization collects gently used paperback books and sends them to the troops deployed around the world. As a thank you, all donors will be given an opportunity to select a special Easter egg from a basket in the office that are filled with “tasty treats or a special prize.”

For more information, call the office at (818) 247-4766.

Stewart opens second clinic

Laura Stewart, founder of Wellspring Therapy, has opened a second clinic at 3700 Park Place in Montrose. The new office will also offer pediatric therapy for children with a wide range of conditions, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADD/ADHD, learning disabilities and communication disorders.


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