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Business briefs for Oct. 3

October 3, 2011
Marshall Independent

Wilhelmi new hair stylist at Shear Attraction

Tiffany Wilhelmi has joined the team at Shear Attraction hair salon in Marshall. She graduated from Avalon School of Cosmetology in April.

Southwest Chem-Dry joins fight against breast cancer

Chem-Dry has committed a $25,000 donation to the National Breast Cancer foundation in support of providing programs for women with breast cancer.

Chem-Dry is committed to making a difference and being a source of help and hope in the lives of those affect by breast cancer. For more information about breast cancer awareness, Chem-Dry's commitment and to donate, visit

"I am very excited to be a part of this program for such a great cause," said Dan Fosvick, owner of Southwest Chem-Dry. Southwest Chem-Dry is independently owned and operated. The company serves clients throughout the Lincoln, Lyon and Pipestone counties. Fore more details, call 507-532-4452.

LCPF partners with Varsity Pub,

Extra Innings for October fundraiser

Lyon County Pheasants Forever has teamed up with Varsity Pub and Extra Innings of Marshall to raise money during the month of October for the chapter's youth programs and habitat projects in the Lyon County area.

Under a fundraiser titled "Paninos for PF," Varsity Pub and Extra Innings will donate $1 to LCPF for every full turkey commercial panino sold, 50 cents for every half Turkey Commercial Panino sold, and 50 cents for every glass or bottle of Samuel Adams' Octoberfest beer sold during the month of October at the bar and restaurant in Marshall.

In addition to the per-unit fundraising efforts, Varsity Pub and Extra Innings is offering a special promotional coupon. During the month of October, customers can present a Paninos for PF coupon with payment of their bill, and five percent of the dollar amount of their food and drink order will be donated to LCPF. Coupons can be used throughout the month of October, and will be available for download and printing at the LCPF website during the fundraiser. LCPF members are encouraged to print a few out, hand them out to friends and fellow hunters to help raise funds for the chapter's efforts. All of the funds raised through Paninos for PF will be used to promote youth hunting and outdoors activities and applied to habitat restoration efforts undertaken by LCPF in the Lyon County area.

The fundraiser runs through Oct. 31. Varsity Pub and Extra Innings will also host the Wednesday, Oct. 5 chapter meeting of LCPF, and all members are encouraged to attend and help kick off the first week of the fundraiser. For more information visit the chapter website at



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