Health in Motion Physical Therapy in Lake Barrington
Members of the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) recently celebrated the opening of Health in Motion Physical Therapy, located at 22000 N. Pepper Road, Suite I, in Lake Barrington.
Jurga Napolitano has been a physical therapist for 15 years focusing mainly on orthopedic injuries, chronic pain, and stroke rehab. For the past six years, her attention has shifted to Total Motion Release system, which teaches patients to be their own pain relief experts. Imagine learning a few simple moves that you can use to treat yourself! If you get hurt or your pain comes back, you can use total motion release to help you heal and be pain-free! It was the driving force for her to open up her private practice, to be part of a radical change to the way physical therapy is practiced.
Ribbon-cutting photo: pictured from left; John Jackson(4ci Mgmt), Martha Goodman-Stack (Merrill Lynch), Jessica Genovese (GYMGUYZ), Ed Tobias (Tobias Family Dentistry), Alan Messner (Ignite Payment First Data), Patty Jacobsen (Jensen, Jacobsen & Associates), Dennis Kelly (FGMK Insurance, Inc.), Jurga Napolitano (owner Health in Motion Physical Therapy), Vincent Napolitano, Jim Napolitano, and Suzanne Corr (BACC President/CEO) surrounded by friends and colleagues of Napolitano.
Pinot’s Palette-South Barrington
Members of the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) and leaders from the Village of South Barrington and the Arboretum of South Barrington recently celebrated the opening of Pinot’s Palette, 100 W. Higgins Road, Suite H-80, in South Barrington.
Pinot’s Palette-South Barrington is an upscale destination in South Barrington where you can paint and have fun! In two or three hours you can create a festive, whimsical and colorful painting while sipping a delicious beverage. Celebrate birthdays, a special date night, bachelorette parties, corporate team building, holiday events, or any other private party. Classes are held on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings. Visit PinotsPalette.com/SouthBarrington for further information and calendar updates.
Ribbon-cutting photo: pictured from left; Tayler Mikel (the Arboretum of South Barrington Management Associate), Patty Jacobsen (Jensen, Jacobsen & Associates), Nancy Roach (Upstream Investment Partners), Paula McCombia (Village of South Barrington President), Monika Kalicki (the Arboretum of South Barrington Marketing Director), Cathleen Cook (owner, Pinot’s Palette-South Barrington),Tony Roman (Village of South Barrington) , Gary Caby (KC Printing, Inc.), Robert Palmer (Village of South Barrington), Martha Goodman-Stack (Merrill Lynch), Carol Kuczkowski (USANA Health Sciences), Associates with Pinot’s Palette, Suzanne Corr (BACC President/CEO).
Southern Belles in Barrington
Leaders from the Barrington Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) and the Village of Barrington recently celebrated the opening of Southern Belles, 210 S. Cook Street in Barrington.
Southern Belles Barrington is the restaurant group’s fourth location in addition to Bedford Park, Plainfield, and Yorkville. Chef Frank Georgacopoulos joins the Southern Belles team from Meli’s Café in downtown Chicago. He focuses on providing the finest and freshest ingredients in his recipes, to make each dish unique and delicious. Southern Belles offers breakfast, lunch and a smoothie bar Monday-Sunday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Ribbon-cutting photo: Jeff Lawler (Village of Barrington), Carol Kuczkowski (USANA Health Services), Dennis Kelly (FGMK Insurance, Inc.), Patty Jacobsen (Jensen, Jacobsen and Associates and BACC Chairman), Chef Frank Georgacopoulos (Southern Belles), Heidi DeCleene (Manager, Southern Belles), John Haniotes (Barrington Bank & Trust Co., N.A.), Suzanne Corr (BACC President/CEO), Anne Garrett (Village of Barrington), Peggy Blanchard (Village of Barrington), Lisa Barrett (BACC Operations Manager), Ed Tobias (Tobias Family Dentistry.)
The BACC founded in 1969, is an association of 800+ member businesses representing more than 1,800 business people dedicated to the success and prosperity of the 11 regional communities it serves: Barrington, Barrington Hills, Deer Park, Inverness, Kildeer, Lake Barrington, Long Grove, North Barrington, Port Barrington, South Barrington and Tower Lakes. BACC promotes economic opportunities, advocates the interests of business, offers programs for professional development and leadership, and works to foster a robust regional economy. Visit online at BarringtonChamber.com.