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Don’s Lifestyle Fitness
1855 1st St, Livermore, CA 94550
Don’s Lifestyle Fitness is a personal training and rehab facility with a full gym. It trains individuals,More couples and small groups and provides nutritional counseling. Specific personalized programs are developed for clients, helping them reach personal weight loss and fitness goals. Free consultations are offered. 
Walmart
2700 Las Positas Rd, Livermore, CA 94551
The 158 Wheels bus stops at this Walmart, located where Las Positas meets Arroyo Plaza. The chain's optical, tire,More pharmacy and check-cashing and bill-paying services are all here, and usually there are a couple of racks with special deals out front. As always, there's plenty of parking, so much that Walmart allows RV owners to use the lot overnight for free. 
Kenneth Alexander Portraits & Weddings
2975 San Minete Dr, Livermore, CA 94550
Kenneth Alexander Portraits & Weddings is a professional photography service that specializes in photographingMore engagements and weddings and in creating “storytelling” portraits of couples in love. Visit the website to view examples of their work.
Kelly-Moore Paint
3981 1st St, Livermore, CA 94551
Kelly-Moore Paint is one of the largest employee-owned paint companies in the country. It has more than 163 retailMore stores throughout the country. The company uses nothing but the best raw materials, coupled with the latest paint technologies. 
Kiva Spirit Foundation
60 Fenton St, Livermore, CA 94550
Directed by hypnotherapist and marriage and family therapist Dr. Matt Gomes, the Kiva Spirit Foundation is a nonprofitMore organization dedicated to providing affordable health and education services on a sliding scale basis. Kiva offers individual, couples and group therapy, hypnosis and nutritional counseling, in addition to hosting a variety of wellness workshops.
Mel's Barber Shop
2252 3rd St, Livermore, CA 94550
Mel's Barber shop proves that old school service is still alive. A couple of guys cutting hair and sports on the TV isMore what you can expect when you walk in. Before you go in you're greeted by a statue of a wooden bear holding a barber pole. Mel is great and Chuck is a hoot. If you stop by on a day that Chuck's working, ask him about his attempts to rid the place of the wooden bear.