Jaden Jolley launches a new foot care services, Two Dishes is back at Venture North, a new hearing loss advocate is making waves, and the Chamber announces their annual Power Hour chat with elected officials.
With more than a decade of experience as a Registered Practical Nuse, Jaden Jolley is launching Kawartha Foot Care Services. The business provides mobile foot care throughout Peterborough and the Kawarthas. Jaden decided to strike out on her own seeing a need in our community with a lot of people struggling with foot care. She enjoys seeing the transformation of people’s feet and the impact it has on their health. Aside from her mobile service, she operates a clinic once a month out of Lakefield Family Chiropractic. To find out more or book an appointment, visit kawarthafootcareservices.janeapp.com
Fans of Two Dishes will be excited to learn they will be opening a location in Venture North at 270 George Street North. Two dishes was founded about 15 years ago and began as a thriving farmer’s market stall and catering business. They opened a popular restaurant downtown in 2013, which unfortunately closed in 2022. The catering business has continued through their journey and it’s exciting to see a restaurant location open again in the downtown.
In 2016, April Corner was diagnosed with Otosclerosis, a form of hearing loss caused by an abnormal growth of the bone in the middle ear. She started her channel @HardToHearIt to share her hearing loss journey on social media as a way to cope with her diagnosis. She is now a hearing loss advocate and shares, tips, tricks and digital products to help others adjust to their diagnosis. She recently launched a course focusing on shifting your mindset to enjoy your hearing loss. The course is called Shifting your Mindset. You can find her course and contact information at stan.store/hardtohearit
Want to hear what our local elected leaders have to say on local business issues? Do you have a question you would like them to answer? The Peterborough and the Kawarthas Chamber of Commerce is hosting MP Michelle Ferreri, MPP Dave Smith, Mayor Jeff Leal, and Warden Bonnie Clark for its annual Power Hour event on February 23 at The Stonehouse Hall. The luncheon event features a moderated question and answer session with questions submitted ahead of time or at the event. Get your tickets at PKChamber.ca.
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