Business digest: Great Lakes holding ribbon cutting

Great Lakes Aviation will host a ribbon cutting and open house 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Wednesday at the Clovis Municipal Airport.

The air service provider will give information about its new service between the Clovis Municipal Airport and the Denver International Airport. Refreshments will be served and attendees may enter a drawing for two round-trip tickets on Great Lakes.

Red Lobster remodel complete

Clovis' Red Lobster restaurant, located at 2601 N. Prince St., has completed a remodeling, and has joined with the more than 700 restaurants in the chain to introduce a new menu.

The new design was the result of a multi-year process with focus groups, surveys and market testing. Interiors features include expanded seating for large parties, LED lighting, energy-saving upgrades and various nautical decor. Nationwide, the restaurant chain also donated furnishings from remodeling work to Habitat for Humanity ReStore resale outlets.

PRMC employees honored by Guard

The Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve of New Mexico recognized nine Plains Regional Medical Center employees during the hospital's Nov. 26 medical staff meeting for their support of Dr. Vic Davis during his deployment to Afghanistan this year.

Employees included administrators and physicians.

Davis, a colonel in the Army Reserve Medical Corps., served as a general surgeon for seven months at Forward Operating Base Warrior, located halfway between Kandahar and Kabul.

Davis said the deployment was his second to Afghanistan and has received nine deployment orders since 2001.

According to its website, the Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve is a Department of Defense Agency that aims to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Component Servicemembers and their civilian employers and to assist in the resolution of conflicts arising from an employee's military commitment.

Composting seminar offered

Midwest Bio-Systems is planning a free seminal on composting solutions for producers, slated for 1:30 p.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 11 at the Comfort Inn Hotel in Clovis.

The free seminars will be presented by Jim Roth of Midwest Bio Systems, and are geared towards dairy farmers, feedlot operations, commercial composting, municipalities and those with industrial or organic waste streams.

For reservations, call 815-438-7200.

Information: www.midwestbiosystems.com.

Business Digest is compiled by CNJ staff writer Kevin Wilson. He can be contacted at 763-3431, ext. 313, or by email: kwilson@cnjonline.com

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