Henrico Business Council announces new leadership
James Wilson, of Wilson Law Group, PLC, has assumed the role of chair of the Henrico Business Council of the Greater Richmond Chamber effective July 1 for the 2012-13 program year. He succeeds Troy Bell, director/PIO for the Capital Region Airport Commission, who will now serve as immediate past chair. Ed Blair, president of Blair & Associates CPA’s, PLC, will serve as the chair-elect.
Wilson has been actively involved with the Henrico Business Council for several years and joined its leadership cabinet in 2007. He most recently served as chair of HBC’s Advocacy Committee and as the HBC representative to the Greater Richmond Chamber's Government Affairs Committee. He is also a previous member of the Chamber's board of directors and business leaders roundtable.
Wilson is the president of Wilson Law Group, PLC, a law firm providing small and emerging business clients in the Richmond area with legal, tax and business transaction advice. He has experience assisting individuals and owners of small businesses start, finance, operate, acquire and/or sell their businesses and franchises.
The Chamber's Henrico Business Council serves as an advocate for businesses located and operating in Henrico County; focuses on local and regional issues of importance to the Henrico business community; identifies, researches, discusses, coordinates and publicly addresses business issues as necessary; and promotes the highest standards of integrity, professionalism and excellence in the business community.
Emily Francis (left) of Richmond Green Drinks and Cary Jamieson of The Steward School checked out the cherry tomato crop Aug. 20 at the school's Bryan Innovation Lab following a visit by members of Green Drinks. Jamieson, director of the Bryan Innovation Lab, was among the speakers who pointed out various sustainable features of the building and its surroundings, including geothermal, solar photovoltaic and solar thermal energy systems, as well as rain gardens and large storage cisterns (like the one pictured) to minimize groundwater pollution. > Read more.
For the third consecutive year, the Canterbury Recreation Association in Short Pump donated the most meals to the fourth-annual "Dunk Hunger" campaign, which raises money and food donations for FeedMore's Central Virginia Food Bank. Swim teams and community pools throughout the region combined to raise the equivalent of 77,404 meals this year, with the Canterbury group earning the Gold Medal, with 17,454 meals contributed.
CRA will earn a winners’ bash Aug. 24 from 3 to 5 p.m. at its pool on Pump Road.
“Our pool has adopted Dunk Hunger into its culture with fun ways to raise food and funds," said Canterbury’s Dunk Hunger chairman Jack McSorley, a Freeman High School junior. > Read more.
5th Wall Theatre will present “Uncanny Valley” by Thomas Gibbons at HATTheatre, 1124 Westbriar Dr., Sept. 10 through Oct. 3. Starring award-winning actors Jacqueline Jones and Alexander Sapp, and directed by Morrie Piersol. Talkbacks will follow select performances. > Read more.
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