Eating, drinking establishment new hot spot for Wellton
W. Arthur's Beach Club & Grill has become the new hot spot in Wellton to drink and dine. Located at the Coyote Wash Shopping Center (in the former Shooter's), the Beach Club is open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner as well as a breakfast buffet every Sunday morning.
The Beach Club includes a full bar, indoor and outdoor seating, pool table and big screen television sets. For more information, call 785-3555.
Brian Sullivan has taken over ownership of Can Do It Ceramics from his mother, Laura Palmer. Rachel Heard is the shop's assistant manager.
The ceramics shop has been in business for 11 years, working out of Palmer's home for most of that time. The shop is now located at 2896 E. Highway 95, where it is open Tuesdays through Saturdays, with extended evening hours Tuesdays and Wednesdays. The shop can be reached at 539-7188.
Can Do It Ceramics offers supplies, two kilns and classes on new forms of ceramics called horsehair and piping as well as working with glass to produce slumped items and fused glass for jewelry.
Sunset Community Health Center has received $940,655 from the Health and Human Services Administration in federal stimulus funds to renovate the Somerton clinic, 115 N. Somerton Ave. The work will include new lighting, flooring, roof and heating/cooling systems, a new exterior look and a newly remodeled patient care area.
Services provided by our clinic will continue to be provided during the project.
A permit has been issued for a shell multi-tenant building to be constructed at Yuma Palms Regional Center north of Chuck E. Cheese, reported Alan Kircher, city of Yuma deputy building official. The building will be a little over 6,000 square feet.
In other building activity around the city, Kircher reported:
Tenant improvement plans have been issued for Big Swirl, a frozen yogurt shop going into Space H-4 at Yuma Palms Regional Center (that's where Dippin' Dots previously was located).
A certificate of occupancy has been issued for Tierra Management on Kish Avenue in the Curtis Industrial Park. The company manages leased farmland.
Plans have been submitted for tenant improvements inside the Walmart at 32nd Street and Avenue 8E for a nail salon, Liz Nails.
LZ Bar and Grill is moving forward with plans to install windows to partially enclose its outdoor patio.
Plans are in review for a new Kingdom Hall. The 2,200-square-foot building is to be located at 4985 E. 30th Place.
Barb Erlemann has started a home-based business as a representative for the Miche Bag. She said that with the Miche Bag, you can change the look of your handbag without the hassle of transferring things from one to another simply by changing the shell for a new look.
The interchangeable outside shells come in a variety of fabrics, styles and colors that can be changed in a matter of seconds to match any outfit.
Erlemann can be contacted at 502-2809 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raney Brown has become a consultant for Thirty-One, a Christian-based company. The name Thirty-One comes from Proverbs 31, which describes a virtuous woman.
Products range from backpacks and lunch bags - all types of bags - to home decorating, all able to be personalized.
For more information, visit www.mythirtyone.com/ 15065, or call Brown at 210-4354.
American Self Storage, 1775 E. Palo Verde St., is now under the management of a new company. Professional Self Storage Management LLC, which manages 41 facilities in Arizona, California, Colorado and Texas, took over the Yuma facility on Feb. 1.
American Self Storage managers are Jim and Tina Oldfather, with Andrew Thompson on weekends. The facility will remain open seven days a week and can be reached at 726-2170.
Tamarack Cafe and Bar, which had been closed since September, is reopening Monday under ownership by Andy West. The new phone number is 785-9062.
The Tamarack, 4855 S. Avenue 38E, will be open Mondays through Saturdays.
Harmony Care, Yuma's newest state licensed assisted living home, is now open. The home has two private rooms and one semi-private room and can provide personal care services for up to four residents. It offers meals served family style, medication assistance, laundry service, daily housekeeping and planned social and recreational activities.
Harmony Care, 7212 E. 26th St., is owned and operated by Lorene Richards, a certified assisted living facilities manager. For more information, call 750-6002.
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