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Adiago Creative adds Ali Mohr to its team
Adagio Creative, a Beaufort-based public relations and marketing firm founded by Carrie Carper, welcomes Ali Mohr to its team. Mohr is a graduate of The Ohio State University and brings over 15 years of communications experience and a results oriented drive to Adagio Creative, which has managed the images, branding and communication of over a dozen area businesses since 2008.
A native of Ohio, Mohr received her bachelor’s degree in communications from The Ohio State and has held  communications positions in Ohio, Northern Virginia and Southern California. She specializes in public relations, social media, email marketing, website maintenance and  graphic design. She is the mother of three and is married to Mike Mohr, a CPA and Beaufort native.
For more information on Adagio Creative and its clients, visit www.adagiocreative.com.

City Java & News sends baristas to training
City Java & News sent four of its baristas off to Ravenel last month for an extensive training on the origin of the beans used to make City Java’s award-winning coffee and the roasting process.
Aaron Banner, Tara McCrea, Willie Moultrie and Katherine McKay  all took part in the three-hour class and learned about how the beans are processed, the difference between organic and non-organic and how decaf is produced.
“We believe it’s important that our staff receive all of the training necessary to ensure they’re working as efficiently as possible with a full understanding of the product we offer,” said City Java & News owner Laura McAlhaney.

Dancing Dogs Yoga hosts recording artist
Dancing Dogs Yoga of Beaufort, located at 1211 Newcastle St., Unit 2F in Newcastle Square, will host Spirit Voyage renowned recording artist Girish Cruden for a live performance Sunday, August 21, at 7 p.m. and Monday, August 22, during a Vinyasa flow class at 5:30 p.m. Reservations for the performance are $18 in advance, $25 at the door and $22 for the vinyasa flow class (or $12 with class card) and may be made by calling (843) 263-5864 or visiting www.dancingdogsyoga.com.
On Sunday, Cruden will lead attendees through a Kirtan, a call and response form of devotional practice, and on Monday, will accompany studio owner Shelley Lowther as she leads students through an all levels Vinyasa flow class.
Cruden is an eclectic artist with roots in jazz, world and sacred music and who plays an array of instruments, including tablas, world percussion, guitar and harmonium.

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