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Business & Professional Services

Sunshine Cleaning Company in Marin will participate in International Monetary Systems, a barter network and trade exchange which allows companies to exchange services instead of cash.

Construction

Midstate Construction Corporation in Petaluma was selected as the general contractor for the San Francisco Toyota Showroom tenant improvement in San Francisco, a LEED Platinum project.

Green

San Rafael radiant heating company Reid Heating & Energy Inc. completed an in-floor radiant heating and cooling system for Hall St. Helena Winery in Napa Valley, allowing Hall to receive LEED Gold Certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.

Health Care

St. Helena Hospital's Martin-O'Neil Cancer Center now offers breast cancer and ovarian cancer risk assessments, as well as genetic testing for BRCA gene mutations for both women and men. These services are being provided by Kathleen Mott of North Bay Cancer Risk Assessment Services.

Personal Services

Body By X, a fitness facility in Corte Madera, launched sports mini-camps for children, four-day, three-night intensive tennis and basketball retreats that stress a spectrum of aspects of athletic ability.

Nonprofit & Community Organizations

A gift of almost $28,000 from the Albertina L. Zanzi Living Trust will benefit students at Healdsburg High School this academic year. The funds have been directed to the fine arts department, the drama department, the music program and the Henry and Holly Wendt Library at HHS.

Semphonic, a Novato-based independent Web analytics consultancy, announced the first annual X Change Web Analytics Challenge to Benefit Non-Profits to be held in conjunction with the X Change 2011 Web Analytics Conference this September in San Diego.

Wine

ETS Laboratories in St Helena is teaming with the Southern Oregon Wine Institute at Umpqua Community College and Oregon State University Extension Service to present a technical symposium on March 8, 9, and 10 with expert instruction on recognizing, diagnosing, and preventing common winemaking flaws.