Dec. 27 business briefs
Jac's Deli to reopen Jan. 2 with new owner
The Fettig family has sold Jac's Deli & Frozen Custard on First Street to Michelle and Nick Storm.
"We are excited! We have some other businesses as well, we have a concrete business and some rental houses. I will be there full time for the next few months. We want the transition to be smooth and will do everything we can to do that," Betsy Fettig said. "They are a great family and good friends. I am happy to find someone that will keep the business the same with some new additions." Jac's will reopen Jan. 2.
Chehalem Health and Rehab requests volunteersThe Newberg nursing facility at 1900 E. Fulton St. is seeking volunteers for gardening, crafts, exercise, music and visiting with residents. For more information, call 503 538 2108.
Greater Yamhill Watershed Council needs volunteers
Volunteers are needed to aid the Greater Yamhill Watershed Council in an ongoing multiyear study of the Yamhill River watershed's coho salmon population. For more information, call 503 474 1047.
Medical Reserve Corps seeks volunteers
Volunteer medical professionals of Yamhill County are needed to help with emergency and disaster responses through the Medical Reserve Corps. For more information, call 503 434 7414 or 503 434 7421.
Habitat for Humanity recognized by SAIF in calendar
The State Accident Insurance Fund (SAIF) recently featured the Newberg Area Habitat for Humanity in its annual calendar for the month of February 2018. The theme of this year's calendar is building a better and safer Oregon to celebrate the state's rebounding construction industry.