Dickinson - The Stark County Fair Association held two public input meetings Tuesday to gather opinions regarding a new fairgrounds complex in Dickinson. The meetings held in Belfield and Dickinson gave the public a chance to voice their opinions concerning the development of 56.38 acres in west Dickinson, which were set aside for the fair board to use. "We plan to provide a multi-use complex for education, recreation and public enjoyment," Kurt Froelich, chairperson of the fair board, said at the Belfield meeting.
DICKINSON - Dickinson master manicurist Brenda Hollinger of Unique Nails not only has nine years of experience under her belt, but she also offers a clean, quiet, private environment for her clients. Hollinger moved her business into the Applied Medical Plaza a little over a year ago. Before the move, she worked out of Salon Services for over four years. The larger private space inside and a larger parking area outside were the biggest reasons Hollinger decided to move her business.
DICKINSON - Dickinson State Farm Insurance Agent Todd Otto is now in his new location of 10 Second Street West, which is one block north of the Dickinson Post Office. Otto moved his business on Dec. 10, 2007, from his former location on First Street East in the same building as LaDuke and Associates. Otto said although the previous building was more open, it had less square footage than his new location. Otto is joined in the move by Kelly Malchose and LeeAn Galster, who now have larger, enclosed offices.
DICKINSON - Discussion regarding the construction of a possible outdoor water park in the city of Dickinson began at the Dickinson Park Board roundtable meeting Friday morning. The park board is using the Aberdeen Aquatic Center to base its initial plans on. Aberdeen's outdoor water park is similar in size to what the park board has in mind for Dickinson's future outdoor water park.
Skin issues and pesky hair do not necessarily have to be a daily annoyance. Licensed Master Aesthetician April Sticka specializes in treating a variety of skin conditions in operating her business Skin Radiance by April. Sticka also does spray tanning, waxing, and sells Bare Escentuals makeup and Obagi skin care products. Sticka has been in the skin care business for five years.
Are you tired of wasting precious time every morning applying your makeup, only to wash it all off at the end of the day? Penny Lewis, owner of Natural Beauty, provides a great alternative to your tired old routine - permanent makeup. Lewis is a certified micropigmentation specialist. She can apply permanent eyeliner, eyebrows, lip liner and full-lip pigmentation. Natural Beauty opened in the Applied Medical Plaza a year ago, but Lewis ran her business out of her home for the first three months.
If the idea of turning back the clock seems appealing, but surgery is not an option, Dickinson's Dr. Robert Cusic is the man to contact. Although there is a fine line between plastic surgery and Cusic's practice, the major difference is the latter does not involve surgery. His business, Renew Aesthetics, specializes in "enhancing one's own natural beauty," Cusic said. "Our goal is to make someone look and feel younger by trying to bring out their own unique, natural, youthful appearance," he said. Renew Aesthetics is located in the Applied Medical Plaza at 227 16th St.