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Birds of a Feather Boutique opens at Heritage Station

Nov. 28, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

Birds of a Feather Boutique has opened its doors at Heritage Station in downtown Huntington.

Co-owned by Whitney Epling and Lindsey Ellis, the store specializes in trendy, unique boutique-style clothing, costume and formal jewelry, scarves and other accessories.

For more information, call 304-593-2276 or check the business out on Facebook at birds.boutique12.

RIVER CITIES SUBARU: River City Subaru has selected Little Victories as an additional community partner for the Subaru "Share the Love" event. The event, which takes place at Subaru dealers nationwide, is in its sixth year.

Through Jan. 2, 2014, Subaru will donate $250 for every new Subaru vehicle sold or leased to the customer's choice of the following charities: ASPCA, Make-A-Wish, Meals On Wheels Association of America, National Park Foundation and Teach for America. In addition to the five national organizations, River City Subaru customers will also be able to select Little Victories, a no-kill animal shelter in Ona, to receive the $250 donation.

By the end of 2012, Subaru had donated $5 million to "Share the Love" charities and over the course of the five-year program.

For more information, call the Share the Love hotline at 856-488-3200, follow Subaru on Facebook: at subaruofamerica or join the dialog at http://www.twitter.com/subaru_usa #sharethelove

For more information about River Cities Subaru, which has been in operation on U.S. 60 in Huntington for more than 20 years, visit rivercitysubaru.com.

PARAMOUNT ARTS CENTER: Jenny Holmes, director of marketing and social media for the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland, will teach a social media workshop at the Level Summit in London, England, on Nov. 26 through Nov. 27.

The Level Summit brings together leaders from venues worldwide to include the UK, Iceland, Denmark, Singapore and more. The conference is a place for performing arts leaders for cross-sector, cross-market polination of great ideas and best practice to help grow the best entertainment venues.

Holmes is the author of several books, including "Marketing the Arts" and "Mobile Marketer: 50 Apps and Tips to Up Your Social Game," has spent the past two decades in public relations and marketing.

The Paramount Arts Center is one of the remaining art deco centers built by Paramount Pictures in the early 1930s. The venue offers 120 shows and events throughout the year, seats 1420 people and brings arts education to 55,000 kids in the Tri-State area.

HOMEBUYERS WEBINAR: The Kanawha Institute for Social Research & Action Inc. will be hosting a Homebuyer Education Workshop webinar on Dec. 10 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.

The workshop provides first-time homebuyers with skills and resources to achieve the American dream of home ownership, including housing counseling, homebuyer education, financial literacy education, mortgage pre-qualification, loan origination, home construction, down payment assistance and personal credit improvement.

Anyone interested in attending the workshop should call 304-768-1300 to register. The cost to attend is $50 with a sliding fee scale. For more information please contact Patricia Scott at 304-768-1300 or patricias@kisra.org.

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