Allergy & Asthma Center of Lake Norman, founded in Huntersville, recently opened its second location, at 311 Williamson Road, Suite 100, Mooresville.
Dr. Carter Bobbitt has joined Drs. Victor Agnello and Christina Collura in the practice and will serve the Mooresville location full-time on weekdays. He will see pediatric through geriatric patients for appointments and allergy shots.
The Mooresville office also will be open late on Tuesdays, from 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. for both appointments and shots.
Drs. Agnello and Collura will continue to practice in the Huntersville office.
Allergy & Asthma Center of Lake Norman intentionally schedules fewer patients a day, allowing its physicians to spend more time with each patient.
All three providers are board-certified by the American Board of Allergy & Immunology.
Details or appointments: 704-746-9889 (Mooresville); 704-655-1466 (Huntersville); www.LakeNormanAllergy.com.
Allen Tate Co. recently named Tracey Stehle as branch leader of the company's Huntersville office, at 110 N. Statesville Road.
Stehle has 12 years of real estate experience, including two years as broker-in-charge. She previously worked as a political consultant.
A member of the Cornelius Planning Board since 2004, Stehle currently serves as chairman and is also on the steering committee for the Cornelius Master Plan. She is a member of the North Mecklenburg Rotary Club and received its 2011 International Service Award.
Monkee's of Lake Norman, 624 Jetton St., Davidson, will host a networking event called "Girls Gettin' It Done" from 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday.
Meet entrepreneurs Lisa Ciuffo of Lisa Ciuffo Design; Kisten Hunter of Hedgehogs n Hairbows/Polish Pauper Beauty Blog; Gretchen Leffew and Christine Barr of Stella and Dot Jewelry; interior decorator Kathleen McMahan; Marcy Miles of North Charlotte Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery; Courtney O'Donnell of Juice Plus+ Whole Food Nutrition; and Brooke Thomas of BT Healthsource.
RSVP by Sept. 12 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Andy Castillo and M.D. Laser Studio, 538 Williamson Road, Mooresville, raised nearly $1,000 through their "Beauty Supporting the Beasts" fundraiser benefitting Forever Home Canine Rescue and Paws and Claws Feline Rescue.
Statesville-based EnergyUnited will hold its 2001 annual meeting of members at 8 a.m. Sep. 17 at Davie County High School, 1200 Salisbury Road, Mocksville.
Registration will begin at 7:30 a.m., and every registered member will receive $5 for attending, energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs and will be entered into a drawing to win an iPad, tickets to the Bank of America 500, a propane grill and gift cards and more.
Before the business meeting begins at 11 a.m., participants will enjoy a morning of activities, food, fun, live safety and pole top rescue demonstrations and live entertainment beginning at 8 a.m. by Rich in Tradition and Billy Scott & the Party Prophets.
The event also will include a kids' zone and, from 8 to 10 a.m., free health screenings and finger prick tests coordinated by Wake Forest Baptist Health.
Details: 800-522-3793; www.energyunited.com. Joe Marusak