Mix It Up, a new home, garden and accessories store in Lake Oswego, is open from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. A story in the April 30 issue of The Review and Tidings listed incorrrect hours of operation. Mix It Up is located at 1179 McVey Blvd. in Lake Oswego.
Witherspoon, Duncan join Buckley
John Witherspoon and Randy Duncan have joined Buckley Law PC as the firms newest shareholders. As part of the business group, they will focus on business, real estate, corporate and estate planning matters for closely held businesses, including how best to structure and internally operate limited liability companies, partnerships and corporations.
Witherspoon works for business sector clients in real estate development and investment, medical and accounting professional practices, and manufacturing and distribution. Most recently, this has also included advice on doing business with Native American (tribal) communities.
Duncan provides outside general counsel services to companies and entrepreneurs in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, health care, retail, real estate and professional services.
Glesmann joins OMM
Sergeant Major Jerry L. Glesmann, Oregon Army National Guard, has joined the staff of Oregon Military Museum as exhibits manager. He will work alongside Curator Tracy Thoennes to monitor production and installation schedules, plan exhibits and help create promotional materials for the museum.
Glesmann retired from the Army National Guard this month after more than 28 years of service to his country.
The Oregon Military Museum is located at 15300 S.E. Minuteman Way in Clackamas. Learn more online at oregonmilitarymuseum.org.
Cahill opens 18/8 Fine Mens Salon
The southern California brand 18/8 Fine Mens Salon has opened a location at 4823 Meadows Road, Suite 121 in Lake Oswego. Owned by John Cahill, the business is known for its distinctive collection of upscale mens grooming services.
The reason the business is named 18/8 is that when steel contains 18 percent chromium and 8 percent nickel, it has an enhanced quality and appearance, and resists rust, becoming stainless steel. The companys aim is to transform its male clientele just like steel, helping them look better and feel better.
To learn more, call 503-564-1100 or visit eighteeneight.com/lake-oswego-or.
Noodles & Company opens
Noodles & Company, serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from around the world, has opened at 4823 Meadows Road in Lake Oswego. The 2,800-square-foot restaurant has seating for 86 guests inside and 22 guests outdoors and is the sixth location in Oregon. The seventh and eighth locations are planned to open later this summer in Tigard and Wilsonville.
The restaurant also offers Buff Bowls, four of the most popular pasta bowls featuring a double portion of vegetables, topped with protein and served on a bed of spinach in place of the noodles.
Hours of the restaurant are 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
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