North County Business Briefs, January 30

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FALLBROOK

The Chamber will organize an exhibition next month

The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce is planning a trade show from 4-7 p.m. on February 17 at the Pala Mesa Resort, 2001 Old Highway 395. The event is free and open to the public. There will be light appetizers, a cash bar, networking and more. The deadline is Feb. 9 for chamber member booths, which cost $50. Call (760) 728-5845.

NORTH COUNTY

The credit union offers red envelopes

San Diego County Credit Union customers celebrating Lunar New Year can pick up red envelopes at SDCCU branches or digitally send red envelopes to family and loved ones through Bill Pay Plus in the branch’s online banking Internet. For instructions, visit sdccu.com/lunarnewyear. Lunar New Year is Tuesday and this year is the Year of the Tiger. Based on the lunar calendar, the Lunar New Year takes place on a different date each year. Red envelopes containing money are given to children by parents or family elders to wish them health and good studies. Red envelopes are believed to bring good luck.

Council awards annual awards

The North San Diego Economic Development Council announced eight North County Economic Development Achievement Awards at its recent annual awards luncheon. The winners were: the new Kaiser Hospital in San Marcos; Gary and Mary West PACE; Cue Health Business Investment in Vista; Alila Marea Resort Hotel in Encinitas; CSUSM Senior Experience Program / Agua Hedionda Lagoon Foundation Project; Expansion of Thermo Fisher in Carlsbad; Escondido Grand Avenue Project; and the opening of Oceanside Beachfront Resorts. Additionally, the 2021 Bill Horn North County Steward Award was presented to the four major health care systems: Tri-City Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, Palomar Health, and Scripps Health, for heroic efforts by frontline health workers. North County line during the pandemic. The council created a new award, the Kevin Ham Impact Award, to recognize someone who has had a significant and lasting impact on the prosperity of North County and exemplifies servant leadership. Ham is Vista’s recently retired director of economic development who has been instrumental in expanding the city’s business park, revitalizing downtown Vista, growing the area’s craft brewing industry and other programs and initiatives. Visit sdnedc.org.

OCEANS SIDE

Young professionals meet on Thursday

The Oceanside Young Professionals Network is hosting its first meeting of the year from 5-7 p.m. Thursday at Solis Team Real Estate, 206 N. Freeman St. The Solis team will be lighting the pizza oven and providing beverages for all attendees . The free event is open to all young professionals in North County, not just members of the Oceanside Chamber. Registration is required at bit.ly/3AEWimz.

POWAY

The acupuncture company organizes the cutting of the ribbon

The Poway Chamber of Commerce is hosting a grand opening and grand opening at noon Thursday at Acupuncture Wellness, 16486 Bernardo Center Drive, Suite 170, San Diego. The event is free to the public, but registration is required at bit.ly/3H3FVCn. Certified acupuncturist, Jennifer Antoine holds a doctorate in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. She specializes in difficult and chronic conditions. Hours of operation are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (858) 312-9319; send an e-mail to [email protected]; visit powayacu.com.

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