Business news of local interest
Sheetz unveils new beer
Sheetz has announced the release of a new limited-edition craft beer brewed with one pound per barrel of the brand’s Shweetz Glazed Vanilla Donut holes. Dubbed “Project Happy Hole-idayz,” the beer was brewed in partnership with Wicked Weed Brewing Company.
Available at 432 Sheetz stores across Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Virginia, Project Happy Hole-idayz will be available to the public at 4 p.m. on Friday.
Brewed with vanilla donut holes, the new beer is a deep golden pale ale with notes of fresh baked donuts, vanilla frosting, graham crackers, honey, and malted barley. A small batch craft beer, Project Happy Hole-idayz will be available while supplies last and will not be restocked once sold out.
For a list of participating locations, visit www.Sheetz.com/beerproject.
Mental health practice opens
Bradley Shaw, a Lock Haven University nursing graduate, recently opened Still Waters Mental Health Services, LLC in Clearfield to meet the needs of the community. Shaw, a West Decatur native, holds dual certifications as a family nurse practitioner and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner and has been practicing as a certified registered nurse practitioner since 2017. He graduated from LHU Clearfield in 2007 with an associate degree in nursing.
For more information on Still Waters Mental Health Services, call 814-205-4025 or visit www.stillwatersmh.com.
Wessel & Co. sets webinar
Wessel & Co. has set a “Post Election Tax Planning & Strategies Webinar” for
9 a.m. Dec. 2.
Wessel & Co. officials will discuss the potential tax impact of the election on individuals, businesses and their owners as well as changes that will likely take place for 2021 and how to best plan for them ahead of time.
For more information call 536-7864 or go to WesselCPA.com.
Business webinar planned
The Saint Francis University Small Business Development Center has scheduled a pre-business planning webinar for
5 p.m. Dec. 9.
The free webinar is for people who are interested in opening and operating their own business.
Topics to be discussed are feasibility issues, marketing, recordkeeping, business plans, legal issues, regulations/taxes and financing.
Pre-registration is requested. Interested people may call the SBDC at 472-3200 or register online at https://www.francis.edu/SBDC-Workshops/.