Jo Sanders, a longtime Cedartown restaurateur has re-opened the Creekside Restaurant in Cave Spring. “Business is great,” Sanders said.
Sanders is leasing the restaurant to buy from owner Dr. Marc O. and Brenda Wall.
The restaurant opens at 6 a.m. for a full breakfast and closes at 7 or 8 p.m., depending on customer activity. Sanders said at this time, she is closed on Mondays but is thinking about switching that to close on Wednesday of each week.
When asked about some of the favorite items on her menu, Sanders pointed to squash casserole and fried salmon patties. “Every Friday you get fried salmon patties and fish,” Sanders said.
“I owned one in Cedartown and sold it and I wanted to come to Cave Spring to start with, but my son said, no, let’s do it here at home,” Sanders said. She operated Jo’s Family Restaurant with her son Nick Sanders for a period of time before selling it. She said she’s already had a number of her regular patrons from Cedartown make the trip to Cave Spring and expects more to follow.
“We’re very happy with it so far,” Sanders said.
Household Hazardous Waste recycling this Saturday
The Rome/Floyd Recycling Center will once again conduct a free household hazardous waste and electronics recycling event for Floyd County residents Saturday May 13.
The Recycling Center, 405 Watters St. in North Rome, will be the drop-off point with the line forming off of Callahan Street.
Residents need to contact the center at 706-291-5266 to make an appointment for a drop-off time. The hours are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The center stops taking appointments at 360 vehicles or at 5 p.m. Friday, May 12.
Romans that do not schedule an appointment, or miss their scheduled time, can come back after 2 p.m. unless the appointment list is completely filled up.
SportClips honored again
SportClips Haircuts of Rome, 315 Riverside Parkway, has come home from a national convention with two top honors once again.
Salon Manager Rachael Looney said the Rome franchise was honored for net sales growth percentage and client count growth.
Last year the Rome store was honored for best client growth in the new store category.
“I want to say a special thank you to the people of Rome, our Rome SportClips team and to Paul Rogers our team leader and owner,” Looney said.
Mercy to hold caregiver seminar
Mercy Care Rome will host a special caregiver seminar Thursday May 11, from 12 noon until 1:30 at the Mercy Care center 300 Chatillon Road in Rome.
Representatives of the Redmond Regional Medical Center Emergency Medical Services team will be on hand to help participants learn basis of CPR and First Aid.
The seminar Thursday will be the first of a two-part series. Rachel Hunton said that people can reserve space by calling 706-291-8496 or e-mailing her at firstname.lastname@example.org Hunton indicated the agency can best plan for lunch if reservations are made by the end of the day Tuesday, May 9.