Business in brief


After 44 years at their current location, C. P. Dean owner William “Bill” Selden recently relocated his family business to 9071 W. Broad St., between Parham and Gaskins road. The business has hired new staff members as it expands. The new location will contain an in-house design center to make products even more customizable for its customers. C. P. Dean is known mostly for billiard and game tables but also sells bar stools, custom bars and entertainment centers. Selden is a third generation owner of C. P. Dean, since his family purchased the company in 1903.

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College Nannies & Tutors, located at the corner of Cox Road and W. Broad Street, recently celebrated their four year anniversary. The company specializes in custom nanny placements, on-call/babysitting and one-on-one tutoring.

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Corp Shorts, a company in Los Angeles, recently finished producing a two-minute video about St. Joseph's Villa and its mission of helping children in need. The video was a gift from internet marketing company WSI. Each year WSI awards a free video to a nonprofit organization nominated by one of its affiliates. St. Joseph’s Villa was nominated by Impression Marketing WSI, of Richmond, and its owners Howard Deskin and Anne Moss Rogers. The firm focuses on healthcare and nonprofit marketing. Impression Marketing WSI also does internet marketing for St. Joseph’s Villa. The video describes the incidence of children with autism, at-risk youth and homeless families in the country and in our community and what St. Joseph’s Villa is doing to address these problems. The video can be viewed at http://tinyurl.com/6rwojc2

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The University of Richmond School of Law recently was admitted to Order of the Coif, an honorary scholastic society that recognizes excellence in legal education. Richmond Law is one of 82 law schools of 200 in the United States to have received a charter from the society. Admittance to the order is highly selective. Student eligibility for membership in their law school’s chapter is restricted to those in the top 10 percent of a graduating class. Faculty members also may be elected to chapter membership.

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Dennis Stanley, a pharmacist at MARTIN’S Food Market, located at 3460 Pump Rd., recently was honored by the American Pharmacists Association with the 2012 APhA Immunization Champion Lifetime Achievement Award. Stanley began his pharmacy career with the former Ukrop’s Pharmacy in 1974 and in 1998 received training to administer immunizations. In 2000, he started the pre-travel clinic at Ukrop’s Pharmacy upon the request of a local church group in need of travel vaccines for members traveling to Africa. By 2005, Stanley’s travel clinic was seeing more than 1,000 patients a year for consultations and had administered more than 2,000 vaccinations. In 2007, Stanley received a Certificate in Travel Health through the International Society of Travel Medicine and has become a recognized expert in his area of immunizations. Currently, he is National Faculty for the APhA Pharmacy Based Immunization certificate training program.

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Tyler Betzhold, senior catering chef for University of Richmond Catering, recently completed the requirements for the Certified Executive Chef accreditation from the American Culinary Federation (ACF). Accreditation requirements include food management, sanitation, service and safety classes, plus three years of service as a chef. ACF is the premier professional chefs’ organization in North America, with more than 20,000 members in more than 210 chapters.
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A safer way across


A project years in the making is beginning to make life easier for wheelchair-bound residents in Northern Henrico.

The Virginia Department of Transportation is completing a $2-million set of enhancements to the Brook Road corridor in front of St. Joseph's Villa and the Hollybrook Apartments, a community that is home to dozens of disabled residents. > Read more.

New conservation easement creates wooded buffer for Bryan Park

Five years ago, members of the Friends of Bryan Park were facing the apparently inevitable development of the Shirley subdivision in Henrico, adjacent to the forested section of the park near the Nature Center and Environmental Education Area.

As part of the Shirley subdivision, the land had been divided into 14 lots in 1924, but had remained mostly undisturbed through the decades. In 2012, however, developers proposed building 40 modular houses on roughly 6.5 acres, clear-cutting the forest there and creating a highly dense neighborhood tucked into a dead end. > Read more.

Meet the men running for governor


Virginia will elect a new governor this year.

The governor’s position is one of great power and influence, as the current officeholder, Terry McAuliffe, has demonstrated by breaking the record for most vetoes in Virginia history.

However, during the last gubernatorial race in 2014, the voter turnout was less than 42 percent, compared with 72 percent during last year’s presidential election. > Read more.

RISC to address reading, childhood trauma, job training at assembly

On May 1, more than 1,700 community members representing Richmonders Involved to Strengthen our Communities will gather at St. Paul’s Baptist Church (4247 Creighton Road) at 7 p.m. to address elementary reading, childhood trauma and job training in the greater Richmond region. Community members will speak about each issue and proposed solution.

For three years, the organization has sought implementation of a specific literacy program in Henrico County that it believes would help children who struggle with reading. > Read more.

Henrico to begin update of zoning, subdivision ordinances April 26


Henrico County is beginning a comprehensive update of its zoning and subdivision ordinances — the first such effort in six decades — and will introduce the project as part of the April 26 meeting of the Henrico County Planning Commission.

The meeting will begin at 9 a.m. in the Board Room of the Henrico Government Center, 4301 E. Parham Road. The ordinance update project will be featured as the final item on the agenda. Project consultant Clarion Associates will give a presentation, and meeting participants will be able to ask questions and provide comments. > Read more.
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Villa’s Flagler Housing wins national NAEH award


St. Joseph's Villa’s Flagler Housing & Homeless Services was one of three entities to earn the National Alliance to End Homelessness' Champion of Change Award. The awards were presented Nov. 17 during a ceremony at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.

NAEH annually recognizes proven programs and significant achievements in ending child and family homelessness.

Flagler completed its transition from an on-campus shelter to the community-based model of rapid rehousing in 2013, and it was one of the nation's first rapid re-housing service providers to be certified by NAEH. > Read more.

RIR’s Christmas tree lighting rescheduled for Dec. 12


Richmond International Raceway's 13th annual Community Christmas tree lighting has been rescheduled from Dec. 6 to Monday, Dec. 12, at 6:30 p.m., due to inclement weather expected on the original date.

Entertainment Dec. 12 will be provided by the Laburnum Elementary School choir and the Henrico High School Mighty Marching Warriors band. Tree decorations crafted by students from Laburnum Elementary School and L. Douglas Wilder Middle School will be on display. Hot chocolate and cookies will be supplied by the Henrico High School football boosters. > Read more.
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Weekend Top 10


For our Top 10 calendar events this weekend, click here! > Read more.

 

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Metro Diner is opening at Libbie Place Tuesday, Apr. 18. Get a sneak peek during their Friends and Family Event Apr. 15-16. Enjoy classic dishes with a twist like the Chicken and Waffles with a house-made strawberry butter, or Yo Hala on the Square – a stuffed challah bread French toast with house-made strawberry and blueberry compote – for breakfast, lunch or dinner. All proceeds on Apr. 15 will benefit the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation; all proceeds on Apr. 16 will benefit Junior Achievement of Central Virginia. Reservations are available both days from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Guests should call (804) 510-0780 to reserve a table for groups of up to four. Full text

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