PT clinic opens in Zachary

Moreau Physical Therapy has opened in Zachary at 4845 Main St., Suite C.

Moreau offers physical therapy services, including sports injury rehabilitation, pre/post-op rehabilitation, back and neck injuries, orthopedic/manual therapy, neurological rehabilitation, chronic pain management, industrial medicine, aquatic therapy, Graston Technique and preventive care/wellness programs. Clinical director is Althea Jones.

The phone number is (225) 286-0181, and the website is http://www.moreaupt.com.

IRS seeks volunteer tax preparers

The Internal Revenue Service is seeking volunteers to provide free tax services through its Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly Programs.

Volunteers are certified to prepare simple tax returns for people whose incomes are $50,000 or less. Volunteers can help in three separate capacities: return preparer, site coordinator and greeter.

Training usually takes place between November and January, and volunteers generally study online with Link & Learn Taxes to obtain their volunteer certification. Classroom training may also be available.

Once certified, volunteers spend about three to four hours per week volunteering between the months of February and April. To volunteer, send an email to taxvolunteer@irs.gov. More information is available at http://www.irs.gov, with keywords tax volunteer.

Furniture store opens on Florida

Venetian Furniture Co. of Baton Rouge LLC has opened at 4150 Florida Blvd.

Venetian sells furniture at a discount that comes from Las Vegas casinos, major hotels and resorts and accessories from meeting rooms, hallways, lobbies, executive suites. The store is open to the public as well as wholesale dealers and interior designers.

The owner and manager is Rob Spivery, former head men’s basketball coach at Southern University.

Business hours are 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday-Saturday and noon-5 p.m. Sunday. The phone number is (225) 364-2820.

Coburn Supply opens showroom

Coburn Supply Co. has opened a new 11,000-square-foot, $1 million Kitchen and Bath Showroom at 11930 Airline Highway.

The store adds four new employees.

The showroom displays include sinks, faucets, tubs, showers, toilets, countertops, stoves, ovens, grills, refrigerators, dishwashers and small appliances. Product lines include American Standard, Jennair, Jacuzzi, Elkay, Whirlpool, Maytag and Kitchen Aid. The showroom also features kitchen cabinets by Medallion Cabinetry.

Citrus farmers expect good crop

Louisiana citrus producers say they have had a good growing season and expect an above-average crop this year.

In Plaquemines Parish, where the largest amount of citrus is grown, early varieties of satsumas are ripening, but growers say cooler nights and a little rain are needed.       

“The crop is early, sweeter and plentiful. I think these will be the sweetest since Katrina,” said Paul Becnel, a Plaquemines Parish grower, who began picking fruit Oct. 20.

Becnel said his crop is a little early this year, and he believes the trees are so loaded that it’s forcing the fruit to ripen faster.

Early satsuma varieties are coming in, and in two or three weeks, most others should be ready, according to LSU AgCenter county agent Alan Vaughn.

Cleaning service opens in BR

Amenity Cleaning Service, a home-based business, has opened and offers residential and office cleaning. Hours are 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Friday and 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday. The phone number is (225) 371-0005. Owner is Aimee Bajoie.

also owns Triple T. Lawn Service.