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Brownies to sell cookies at Cub

Woodbury Brownie Troop 51660 is having a Girl Scout Cookie Sale at Cub Foods in Woodbury, Saturday, March 8 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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A variety of Girl Scout cookies will be available for $3.50 per box.

O'Malley's hosting Shamrock Run

O'Malley's Irish Pub, 1775 Radio Drive in Woodbury, is holding its first "Shamrock Run" -- a 5K family run/walk -- on Saturday, March 15.

The entry fee of $20 includes race participation, continentalbreakfast and a T-shirt given after the race.

Registration begins at 8 a.m. The race will start at 9 a.m. Race prizes to be given away at O'Malley's at 10:30 a.m. Prizes will be for various age categories and finish times.

The race will be held at Colby Lake Park, 9715 Valley Creek Road, Woodbury. The park is located on the south side of Valley Creek Road between Colby Lake Drive and Woodbury Drive.

Free demo classes for Music Together

Music Together in the Valley is offering free demonstration classes of its early childhood music program at Evergreen West Park in Woodbury the mornings and afternoon of March 17 and 20.

These demonstration classes are limited to 12 children. Pre-registration can be made by calling Woodbury Parks and Rec at (651) 714-3583 or online at www.ci.woodbury.mn.us/parks/reconline.html.

For more information, e-mail Clarice@MusicTogetherClasses.com, call (651) 439-4219 or visit MusicTogetherClasses.com.

The 10-week spring session of Music Together begins March 24, offering classes in Woodbury Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings, and Monday afternoons and evenings.

Kootenia, Michael Lee adds service

Kootenia Homes and Michael Lee Remodeling, a Woodbury home builder and home improvement contractor, announces the launch of its handyman service.

The firm's licensed and insured handymen will save money over hiring most remodeling contractors for those small jobs around the house or office.

"Hire us for the little jobs," said David Frosch, owner of Kootenia and Michael Lee, "and we will stand behind our work."

For more information, visit www.homeofyourdreams.com or call (651) 731-2345.

Warner obtains recertification

Ryan Warner recently completed the necessary qualifications to be recertified through the certified professional program administered by the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA).

Warner is currently the president of Warner's Outdoor Solutions in Woodbury.

To receive the certified professional designation, Warner had to pass a comprehensive examination administered by the MNLA and the University of Minnesota. The examination consists of plant identification, landscape planning, sales and marketing procedures, general knowledge of horticulture and practical application skills.

Book signing at Borders

On Thursday, March 6, at 7 p.m., mystery author Brian Freeman will sign his new book, "Stalked," at Borders, 8472 Tamarack Bay, Woodbury.

"Stalked" is the third book in Freeman's series featuring Lieutenant Jonathan Stride and homicide cop turned private investigator Serena Dial.

The event is free and open to the public.

For more information, call Borders Woodbury at (651)578-2931

B & B Electrolysis opens business

Woodbury resident Abby Mustapha recently opened B & B Electrolysis, where she provides permanent hair removal services for men and women.

"I have opened B & B Electrolysis to provide permanent hair removal for men and women who do not want or cannot afford laser treatments," Mustapha said. "Electrolysis removes individual hairs from the face or body using short-wave radio frequency. It is a safe and effective method that has existed for many years."

Electrolysis devices, called epilators, destroy the hair's growth center by emitting a short-wave radio frequency. The electrologist inserts a fine probe into the hair follicle at the surface of the skin and then removes the hair with forceps.

Mustapha earned her electrolysis certification earlier this year, after completing training at Dectro.

To schedule an appointment or obtain more information about B & B Electrolysis, call (651) 253-6632.

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