Murals, charity concert, new car wash
Walking in the front door of the Western Omelette restaurant, 16 S. Walnut St., these days means being greeted with
a colorful, full-wall painting in a Navajo theme. The mural, painted by Flat Rabbit Murals of Denver, was designed by Western
Omelette owner Bill Borders, who is part Navajo.
Also displaying a mural in recent weeks has been La Famiglia Pizza-n-Subs in Uintah Gardens. It was painted by Marisha Grant, the wife of co-owner Rob Grant.
Thunder & Buttons II, 2415 W. Colorado Ave., has scheduled a four-band charity concert for KPC Kids Place Sunday, Dec. 19.
The show starts at 8 p.m. and is scheduled to last till midnight. The listed bands are Don Dooley, Redraw the Farm, Eyes Caught Fire, and The Commies. Admission is $5 or a new toy.
KPC Kids' Place is a local agency that provides up to 72 hours of young-child care when parents are emotionally or physically unable to do so.
Claudine Malcomb is the owner of Five Star Auto Detailing and Car Wash, which recently opened at 430 W. Colorado Ave. Services include vehicle hand-washing and free pickup/delivery. She believes hers is the only woman-owned business of this kind in Colorado Springs. The phone is 448-0692.
Hidden Creek Mountain Goods, an Old Colorado City gift store, recently moved across the street to a bigger space at 2606 W. Colorado Ave.
Interlude, 2508 W. Colorado Ave., has purchased the building at 2583 W. Colorado Ave, and has started the remodeling for a move into that location next spring, according to the newsletter for the Old Colorado City Associates merchants group.
A new check-cashing system, SecureTouch®, will be available in the Colorado Springs King Soopers stores, including the two on the Westside. This system, supplied by Biometric Access Com-pany, is intended to let customers cash payroll and government checks with greater speed and security against identity theft.
Do you have any news about your business? Call the Westside Pioneer at 471-6776.