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S. Chandler resident launches jewelry business


Helping customers create one-of-a-kind personalized


jewelry that best reflects their style is what Kristine Stevens of Chandler brings as she launches her new busi- ness as an independent designer with Origami Owl Custom Jewelry, a “fun and fashionable direct sales com- pany with a unique twist.” Founded by Chandler resident Isabella Weems when she


was 14, Origami Owl started with humble beginnings at home parties, then grew to where it is today. Weems’ business model is replicated by independent designers nationwide. “Women absolutely love creating unique


pieces of jewelry that reflect their own style,” says Weems, daughter of Christian Weems. “We closely fol- low the latest styles to ensure that each item in our exclu- sive line is fashion-forward and on-trend.” Stevens holds interactive events to make customizable


jewelry including the “Living Locket,” a necklace that can be personalized with meaningful charms for the buyer. For more information about Origami Owl’s customiz-


able jewelry, hosting a party or starting an Origami Owl business, contact Stevens at yourlocketstory@gmail.com or 480-705-6155.


CUSTOMIZED: Create personalized jewelry with Origami Owl Custom Jewelry, founded by a Chandler teen. Independent designer Kristine Stevens of Chandler carries the line. Submitted photo


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Batter up at new Strike Zone


A new Chandler batting cage and training facility is open. Owned by longtime Chandler residents Ken and Lisa Stewart, the business will cater to both


baseball and softball players and offer a more than 15,000-square-foot, air-conditioned facility including six batting cages with automatic ball returns for baseball and softball, two 70-foot util- ity tunnels for pitching and catching drills and three hitting stations with tees or soft toss machines. “By sponsoring Chandler National Little League, Chandler American Little League, Chandler


Girls Softball and various other East Valley leagues, Strike Zone is showing its commitment to supporting the local baseball and softball communities,” says Lisa Stewart. “As a fully equipped training center, Strike Zone AZ intends to provide a safe, clean, positive environment for East Valley kids and adults to advance their ball skills, while having fun.” Strike Zone AZ is located at 1315 S. Arizona Ave. at the Santan Loop 202 Freeway. Email lisa@strikezoneaz.com or visit www.strikezoneaz.com for more details.


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