TREA TMEN TS March 20 - May 25, 2012
Spring GRAPEFRUIT & ORANGE SEASONAL FACIAL
Drench your skin with a burst of orange and grapefruit extracts enriched with vitamins, calcium and copper to re-energize the skin after the winter. $125++
JASMINE JAVA BODY HYDRATING WRAP After a body scrub, lotion is applied and you are wrapped in a
warming blanket. The additional face and scalp massage makes for a sent-sational experience for the mind and body. $175++
COFFEE BODY POLISH
An invigorating body polish with Arabica coffee, Dead Sea salts and essential oils to soften rough patches. $70 ++
JASMINE JAVA MANICURE OR PEDICURE A skin-nourishing treat for hands & feet. Includes polish. $75++
A $20 + tax spa admission applies when not an overnight guest or not booked as part of a day spa package. DAY SPA PACKAGES
All include full use of the Spa facilities, one fitness class of your choice, luncheon in Kensington's & a Spa Boutique product to take home.
Also includes: Your choice of a Swedish massage or European deep cleansing facial. $149 ++
Also includes: Your choice of one 50-minute service* and one 25-minute service or a pedicure. $189 ++
RENEW YOU Also includes: Your choice of two 50-minute services*. $239 ++
For complete descriptions of our Spring Treatments and Day Spa Packages, call or visit our website today.
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Day Spa Packages available after 2:30pm Sunday, all day Monday-Friday. Pricing is subject to applicable gratuity, service charge, and tax. *Up-charges apply for deep tissue.
residentLuck of the Irish
Shamrocks, Shenanigans, and Good Luck at Mohegan Sun
et your green on and celebrate in style on March 17 -- when
we’re all Irish, all the time. And a glorious place
for The Green will be at Mohegan Sun, where the St. Patty’s Day fun will be happening all day long. Beginning at 4 p.m. on that
Saturday, Mohegan Sun’s Shops concourse will be transformed into “Party Central.” Under one roof, guests can enjoy a pub crawl, music, traditional Irish stepdancers, signature St. Patty’s Day dishes, shopping discounts, dining deals, specialty drinks and more.
Mohegan Sun’s St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl features more than ten bars and restaurants all within a short stroll. Like Mohegan Sun’s “Island Hop” back in January, guests can have their “Mohegan Sun Pub Crawl ticket” stamped for specials at a number of participating restaurants and bars, among them Ballo Italian Restaurant and Social Club, Big Bubba’s BBQ, Jasper White’s Summer Shack, Lucky’s Lounge, The Dubliner, Todd English’s Tuscany, The Shops Concourse Bar, Michael Jordan’s 23.sportcafe and Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville. A number of retail stores at Mohegan Sun also are offering a variety of specials
for the day, and you can pick and choose among them by sampling discounts and specials as you will. You can’t go wrong, since the Luck of the Irish will be with you! And should you wish to sit a spell and laugh out loud, over in Mohegan Sun’s
Cabaret Theatre one of our foremost comedians, Richard Lewis of Curb Your Enthusiasm, takes the stage for two shows. Opening for the comedy great will be national headliner Michael Petit. Tickets are available now through Ticketmaster. To post your comments, visit www.theresident.com
03/14/Mohegan or follow us on Twitter @Resident_News
Maria-Teresa Walker , President, Rotary Club of Mystic, left, awards Rotary grant of $5,000 to Lisa Teper-Bates, Executive Director, MASH .
orePlus Federal Credit Union is adding two “Loan Zone” offices in early March. They will be the local leader in the growing national trend of micro- lending - meaning typically smaller, flexible, consumer-based loans. The new offices will be opening
on South Main Street in Putnam on March 1, 2012 and in the Great Plains Shopping Plaza (formerly Ames) on Salem Turnpike in Norwich on March 15. The two new offices are currently being retro-fitted and recruitment is under way to staff the “Loan Zones” for the target dates. According to CorePlus Federal Credit Union President and CEO Warren P. Scholl “In recent years, lending has frequently been overshadowed by deposit taking and investment functions.
‘Loan Zones’ will help members and us to re-emphasize the ‘Credit’ in Credit Unions. After all, providing low-cost loan products is why credit unions were founded in the first place,” Scholl said. Loan amounts are expected to range from a low of $250 up to $250,000 and more.
CorePlus Chief Operations
Officer Ray Currier noted that its “Loan Zone” concept will make the entire borrowing process easier and less intimidating for members. And he added, “Others may call for people to ‘buy local’ we are stressing
(l-r) Warren P. Scholl, President/CEO, CorePLUS with Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy. CorePlus Federal Credit Union was established in 1936 and recently celebrated its 75th anniversary this year.
the importance of ‘borrowing local.’ It’s just as important! We offer our members great rates on mortgages, car loans, home equity loans, signature loans and lifestyle loans. By borrowing local through CorePlus Federal Credit Union, your loans are serviced right here in Eastern CT. So, your payments stay in town, as do the customer service, accounting and financial management jobs that go along with it.
CorePlus Federal Credit Union was established in 1936 and recently celebrated their 75th anniversary this year. It has more than $192 million in assets and serves more than 21,000 members throughout New London and Windham Counties
he Rotary Club of Mystic is pleased to announce a grant award of $5,000 to MASH, the Mystic Area Shelter & Hospitality, Inc., a non-profit providing shelter and services to families facing homelessness in New London County since 1999.
The award is a combination of funds from the local Rotary Club of Mystic plus a matching grant from Rotary International District 7980 which serves over 60 clubs in Southern Connecticut. Rotary Club of Mystic President, Maria-Teresa Walker said “It is the first matching grant for a humanitarian proj- ect in the Mystic area and we are pleased to work together with the District-level Rotary to provide funding for MASH, a great local non-profit.” The joint grant of $5,000 is in keeping with Rotary’s objective of community service and will assist MASH in provid- ing needed capital improvements to shelter facilities. MASH Executive Director, Lisa Teper Bates said, “MASH is so very
grateful to have the support of the Rotary Club of Mystic. It’s a great example of a partnership between a local service club and a non-profit, and will be very helpful in providing urgently-needed support to our community’s most vulnerable families.” To post your comments, visit www.theresident.com
2012/03/14/Rotary or follow us on Twitter @Resident_News
with branches in Norwich, Groton, East Lyme, Waterford, Plainfield, and inside the William W. Backus Hospital in Norwich.
In addition to its innovative “Lone Zones” to make local borrowing hassle-free, it participates in dozens of community charities and non-profit organizations throughout the year, including educational, social services, and veterans.
For more information call CorePlus
at 860.886.0576 or visit their website at www.coreplus.org
. To post your comments, visit
CorePlus or follow us on Twitter @ Resident_News
photo courtesy of CorePlus
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