Teton Tails to move where Bubba’s was

You’ll soon notice a new sign outside the former Bubba’s Bar B Que location at 515 W. Broadway, which has been vacant for 15 years. The pet shop Teton Tails plans to move into the newly renovated space in mid to late September, owner Amy Vignaroli said. She started Teton Tails in 2002. It’s been operating at 250 W. Pearl Ave. since 2005.

Mentor Agility starts counseling

A new company called Mentor Agility is offering executive coaching to the health and wellness coaching community and the nonprofit industry. The company also offers individual and group coaching and courses for Jackson residents and visitors in areas including meditation, creativity, and life and career transitions. CEO and founder Julie Elledge has had a counseling and therapy practice in Jackson for 20 years and is a certified health and wellness coach, executive coach and instructor, a press release said. She her husband, Robin, also a certified coach, run the company from East Jackson. For information visit MentorAgility.com/jacksonhole or call Robin Elledge at 200-1122.

Talk transportation issues Sept. 4

Wyoming Department of Transportation and Wyoming Aeronautics officials will talk about transportation projects that affect Teton County residents at the September Business Over Breakfast. The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce event is scheduled for 7:30 to 9 a.m. Sept. 4 at Snow King Hotel. It costs $16 for chamber members and $25 for others. RSVPs are required by 2 p.m. the day before. You can register online at the JacksonHoleChamber.com. You can also register by emailing events@jacksonholechamber.com.

Women’s summit set for November

Mark your calendar for Friday, Nov. 8. From 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. that day, Womentum will host its Women in Leadership Summit with the theme “The Power of Connection.” The keynote speaker will be Jensine Larsen, founder of World Pulse, a digital media network connecting women around the world. The day’s events will also include workshops, a panel discussion and programming on aspects of connection, like technology, gender, inner self, creativity and community. Tickets will go on sale Oct. 8. Scholarships will be available. “Thanks to a marketing grant from the Travel and Tourism Board, Womentum will be able to maximize exposure for all event sponsors,” it said. For details on sponsorship, email info@womentumwyo.org. For other information visit WomentumWyo.org.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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