18 Carrot Bakery to expand plus more Georgetown business news

Shari Cahil, 18 Carrot Bakery's owner, poses with her signature carrot cake. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)
Shari Cahil, 18 Carrot Bakery's owner, poses with her signature carrot cake. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Shari Cahil, 18 Carrot Bakery's owner, poses with her signature carrot cake. (Sally Grace Holtgrieve/Community Impact Newspaper)

Here is latest Georgetown business news.

1. The sweet shop 18 Carrot Bakery will expand to take its entire space Feb. 1 after Sip ‘N Stain will leave at the end of January. The business is located at 710 S. Austin Ave., Georgetown, and sells cakes by the slice or a full cake with 48 hours' notice as well as pies, cheesecakes, muffins, cupcakes, scones, cookies and more. 512-688-4199. www.18carrotbakery.com


2. Ochna Health Direct Primary Care will relocate its Georgetown office April 5. The medical practice was previously located at 4749 Williams Drive, Ste. 304, Georgetown. It will now be located at 1821 Westinghouse Road, Ste. 1190, Georgetown. Ochna Health offers primary care services through an all-inclusive monthly membership program in which no insurance is required. Patients have access to doctors by phone, secure text message, patient portal and telemedicine services. 512-348-6399. https://ochnahealth.com

3. Sport Clips Haircuts presented a $1.02 million donation check to Veterans of Foreign Wars Foundation to provide scholarships for service members and veterans in January. The money will help current and former military pay for school as they prepare for civilian careers. Sport Clips is headquartered at 110 Sport Clips Way, Georgetown. www.sportclips.com
By Ali Linan
Ali Linan began covering Georgetown for Community Impact Newspaper in 2018. Her reporting focuses on education and Williamson County. Ali hails from El Paso and graduated from Syracuse University in 2017.


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