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Berkman Custom Jewelers plans a grand opening celebration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 18.

Shane Berkman, owner and Master Goldsmith, is a graduate of Skyview High and has received multiple certifications from the Gemological Institute of America. Berkman has extensive experience in the industry.

Berkman Custom Jewelers offers a full range of jewelry repair and wide selection of new jewelry and gemstones for sale.

The public is invited to the grand opening, which will include a drawing for a Montana Sapphire ring, as well as catering by Well Paired and other refreshments.

Berkman Custom Jewelers is at 411 N. 24th St. W., Suite 111, and may also be reached by calling 534-4755 or online at berkman.jewelershowcase.com.

The Billings Jobs Service Employers’ Committee recently announced that Phillips 66 and Bauer & Clausen Optometry have each been recognized as an Employer of Choice. The EOC program was started by the Montana State Employers Council to recognize organizations throughout the state of Montana that work to engage their employees and serve their community. The Billings JSEC will visit the two EOC businesses and present them with plaques to honor their achievement.

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The Billings JSEC chose Phillips 66 and Bauer & Clausen Optometry from among nine nominations from the five counties served by the Billings Job Service. The nomination process allows the organization to describe their benefits, leadership and workplace culture, methods of employee development, and level of community orientation.

The nominations are also submitted to a state-wide EOC program, hosted by the Montana State Employers’ Council, an industry-driven organization which supports the Montana Department of Labor and Industry, as well as all of the JSECs throughout the state. The state-level results are still under consideration

Funds for the program are raised through events such as the Jobs Jamboree and professional development opportunities hosted by the Billings JSEC for the local business community.

For more information about the EOC program or the Billings JSEC, contact Trisha Glen by emailing tglen@mt.gov, or calling 655-6081.

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