Business briefs for east Las Vegas, April 10-16

PASSPORT TO PARADISE CHARITY EVENT SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 25

HELP of Southern Nevada plans its annual Passport to Paradise from 7-10 p.m. April 25, at the Rio, 3700 W. Flamingo Road.

“Attendees will enjoy an evening in paradise complete with live entertainment, culinary delights and silent auction items. The event will also feature local radio personality Chet Buchanan as the evening’s master of ceremonies,” according to a press release from HELP of Southern Nevada.

HELP of Southern Nevada operates nine departments, consists of 97 employees and serves more than 103,000 unique clients each year.

The services HELP provides assist low-income families, homeless teens and adults and other individuals to become more self-sufficient through direct services, training and referrals.

Programs that are available include the Shannon West Homeless Youth Center, emergency resources services, Framing Hope Warehouse, weatherization, community alternative sentencing, Work Opportunities Readiness Center, holiday assistance, Nevada 211 and homeless outreach.

For more information, call 702-836-2130, email aquinn@helpsonv.org or visit helpsonv.org.

CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY TO HOLD BUSINESS 101: GETTING MONEY FOR YOUR BUSINESS

Business 101: Getting Money for Your Business is scheduled at 6 p.m. April 17 at the Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road.

The free event will take place in the library’s Jewel Box Theater.

The session will cover startup costs, funding, what approaches banks take when considering loans and what lenders look for, according to an announcement from the library.

The presentation will feature representatives from SCORE.

“A resource partner of the Small Business Administration, SCORE, is the oldest and largest small business consulting organization in Nevada,” the release said.

To make a free appointment and for confidential counseling, call 702-388-6104.

For more information, call 702-507-3459 or visit lvccld.org.

MORNING MINGLE SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 29

The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce plans its Morning Mingle from 7:30-9:30 a.m. April 29.

The event is set to take place at the SpringHill Suites near the Las Vegas Convention Center, 2989 Paradise Road.

Registration is required.

For more information, call 702-641-5822 or visit lvchamber.com.

BUSINESS LICENSES

new business licenses, March 9-15

The following business licenses were issued, according to the city of Las Vegas Department of Planning.

n 7-Eleven Store No. 29659b at 1215 Stewart Ave. was issued a license to operate a convenience store business. Owner Anup Inc. received license No. G62-02642.

n A1 Auto Service at 41 30th St. was issued a license to operate a major auto service business. Owner Charles Luhman received license No. G62-02597.

n Absolute Beverage & Spirits at 300 Stewart Ave. was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Events Catering LLC received license No. PMT14-01121.

n Adult Comfort and Care Home 2 at 720 S. Ninth St. was issued a license to operate a group home administrator business. Owner Adult Comfort and Care Home LLC received license No. G62-02465.

n Angels Computer at 1903 E. Charleston Blvd. was issued a license to operate a computer repair and sales business. The owner received license No. G62-02493.

n Cardenas at 2400 E. Bonanza Road was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Cardenas Markets Inc. received license No. PMT14-01127.

n Cindy’s Hair Affair at 568 N. Eastern Ave. B was issued a license to operate a beauty product sales business. Owner Silvia Rivera Sotelo received license No. G62-02233.

n Coach Ebarb Bail Bonds LLC at 600 S. Third St. was issued a license to operate a bail bond agency business. The owner received license No. G62-02568.

n Desert Rose Counseling and Rehabilitation at 3230 E. Charleston Blvd., No. 117, was issued a license to operate a counseling rehabilitation business. The owner received license No. G62-02853.

n Diamond Catering Inc. at 495 S. Grand Central Parkway was issued a license to operate an alcohol beverage catering permit business. Owner Maurice Jung received license No. PMT14-01095.

n Diamond Catering Inc. at 495 S. Grand Central Parkway was issued a license to operate an alcohol beverage catering permit business. Owner Maurice Jung received license No. PMT14-01096.

n Elegante Banquet Hall at 3020 E. Bonanza Road was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Bonanza Mojave LLC received license No. PMT14-01115.

n Elegante Banquet Hall at 3020 E. Bonanza Road 110 was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Bonanza Mojave LLC received license No. PMT14-01116.

n Elegante Banquet Hall at 3020 E. Bonanza Road 110 was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Bonanza Mojave LLC received license No. PMT14-01117.

n Events With A Twist LLC at 715 Fremont St. was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Events With A Twist LLC received license No. PMT14-01118.

n Events With A Twist LLC at 150 Las Vegas Blvd. North, No. 140, was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Events With A Twist received license No. PMT14-01136.

n Events With A Twist LLC at 495 S. Grand Central Parkway, No. 116, was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Events With A Twist received license No. PMT14-01119.

n Events With A Twist LLC at 495 S. Grand Central Parkway, No. 116, was issued a license to operate a business. Owner Events With A Twist received license No. PMT14-01120.

n Evolve, at 501 S. Rancho Drive, was issued a license to operate a mental health

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