Biz Buzz:
‘Mommy Guilt’ authors at CPCD May 23

       Devra Renner and Aviva Pflock, the authors of the book, “Mommy Guilt,” will discuss parenting techniques Tuesday, May 23 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Community Partnership for Child Development (CPCD), 2330 Robinson St.
       Military families are especially encouraged to attend the free presentation - titled “Parenting: Without the Guilt” - which will include a special discussion on family impacts from deployments, family separation and frequent relocation.
       Seating is limited. For reservations, call Jennifer Lange of the CPCD at 635-1536.
      
       An injured turkey buzzard surprised the staff at Alpine Animal Inn, 2210 Naegele Road, when they came in to open up the morning of May 12.
       Leery of people, such birds are a rare in-town sight, according to Carla Anderson, who has been a groomer at Alpine for 18 years. This buzzard was full-grown, with a four-foot wingspan.
       “He had a head injury,” she said. “We figure he flew into something and knocked himself silly.”
       Anderson and fellow Alpine staffer David Simpson drove the bird to Belcrest Animal Clinic, 1721 W. Uintah St., for treatment. From there it was shipped to the Ellicott Wildlife Center, where it will be kept until it can fly again.
      
       Martin Percival, a former bronze medalist in the World Irish Dance Championships and lead dancer in Lord of the Dance, has begun teaching dance classes at ArtSports.
       For more information, call 531-5867.
      
       Mike Nelson, owner of Nelson's Barber Shop on 19th Street, has begun playing solo acoustic guitar gigs. He is scheduled to start at Front Range Barbeque, 2330 W. Colorado Ave., Friday, May 19 at 8 p.m. and also to play the first Fridays in June and July.

Do you have any news about your business? Call the Westside Pioneer at 471-6776.