MOUNT VERNON — Horse boarding, financial services and kidney dialysis services are among the new business ventures Knox County residents can now take advantage of their offerings.
Boarding service for those who love horses is now available at Sonset Ranch. Eli and Jessica Miller opened their family business of horse boarding in September at 19879 Crooked Road, Butler. Here you can have your horse fed, cleaned, and put out to pasture or stalled by the members of the Miller family.
Eli developed a love for horses when he grew up on a horse farm and is now passing along his passion to others with his new business. Daily care for horses on the open pasture land north of Amity or in the comfortable stalls of the farm’s spacious barns is available in three different options. Pasture Board allows a horse turnout all summer and access to a natural spring-fed creek. Natural Board offers pasture feed in the summer and hay feed in the winter with the opportunity to be stalled during inclement weather. With a Full Board, horses can be stalled as much as desired. Owners also have the opportunity to ride their horse in the open pasture.
For more information on Sonset Ranch, call 397-1500 or go online to visit www.sonsetranch.com.
Money Concepts’ Mosaic Financial Group recently announced the relocation of its home office from 1375 Coshocton Ave. to its new headquarters at 307 N. Main St. According to Susan Sukys, company president and chief financial adviser, the move accompanies a change in the firm’s name from Money Concepts to the Mosaic Financial Group.
“We’re excited about our new location and our new name. Our spacious offices and our convenient location, just three blocks north of Public Square, allow us to serve our clients in a more efficient and effective way,” Ms. Sukys said. “The name change to Mosaic Financial Group symbolizes our increased determination to serve the diverse and changing needs of our clients.”
The newly-christened Mosaic Financial Group will celebrate the opening of its new offices with an open house at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 7.
For more information on Mosaic Financial, call 392-7177.
Area residents who have kidney dialysis needs will have another local resource available when the Apple Valley Dialysis Center opens its doors after Nov. 6 at 1485 Coshocton Ave. An open house is scheduled from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6 and will be kicked off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Refreshments and tours will follow where staff representatives can explain the dialysis processes available.
Manager Carolyn Griffin told the News that the Davita Dialysis facility will include eight hemodialysis stations, two peritoneal dialysis stations and one isolation room for hepatitis patients.
With the opening of the Apple Valley Dialysis Center, it will join 20 other Davita locations across Ohio. For more information on Davita Dialysis, go to www.Davita.com or call 392-3436.
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