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Business briefcase 12/19

Sunday, December 19, 2004

SIKESTON - Donna Eftink has joined the staff at Skin Medics as a clinical esthetician.

A skin care specialist licensed by the state of Missouri, Eftink began her work at Skin Medics on Oct. 13 under the supervision of Dr. Ken Stone. She offers assessments of skin care needs and recommends skin regimes that address those needs. Also she provides photofacials, photodynamic therapy, intense pulse light hair removal, IPL acne treatments and microdermabrasion along with overseeing the sale of the professional skin care lines offered through the office.

According to Eftink, consultations are free of charge.

Eftink received her bachelor's degree in biology and chemistry from Southeast Missouri State University and also studied at the Professional Hair Academy in Caruthersville. Skin Medics is located in the First Choice Family and Occupational Medicine Clinic, 121 Smith Ave. in Sikeston.

For more information, Eftink can be reached by calling 471-0200

PORTAGEVILLE - Kriste Martin of Portageville, a district representative with Modern Woodmen of America, is the November "Rookie of the Month" for the Missouri East Agency.

This honor is given to a full-time representative that has been with Modern Woodmen of America for less than three years and is leading the agency in production.

Martin joined Modern Woodmen's Rainwater Agency, located in Farmington, in March 2002. For more information contact Martin at 573-380-2241.

ESSEX - Ron Ledbetter of Essex, a district representative with Modern Woodmen of America, was Agent of the Month in the Missouri East Agency for November. Ledbetter joined Modern Woodmen's Rainwater Agency, located in Farmington, in July 1991. For more information contact Ledbetter at 573-283-5925.

SIKESTON - Jason Thompson has joined the staff at Bootheel Tractor Parts.

Thompson will offer service and repair work on all John Deere farm equipment. He is a factory-trained technician who is certified in electrical, air-conditioning, hydraulics, engine and transmission repair with 10 years experience.

According to Thompson, services for tractors, combines, power units, drills and planters will be offered in-field or in-shop. Pick-up and delivery is available for most equipment. All parts and labor are under warranty and Farm Plan is accepted, he said.

At Bootheel Tractor Parts, "farmers can save up to 40 percent on labor costs, up to 50 percent on quality used or remanufactured parts and up to 25 percent on new JD parts when stock ordered," Thompson said.

To schedule equipment for a 250-point winter check list call Thompson at 573-649-3489 at the shop or 573-683-0526 (cell phone).

SIKESTON - Two new stylists, Jamie Campbell and Amy Walker, have joined The Cutting Edge staff.

Campbell is specializing in manicures and pedicures as well as hair services.

A native of Texas, Walker has 10 years experience in the business. She is certified in the Chi Hair Straightening System.

The Cutting Edge is located at 2111 E. Malone Ave. For appointments, call 471-7838.