Business in brief
Henrico Federal Credit Union has teamed with Banzai, a national award-winning financial literacy program, to help local students learn to manage their money in a fun, real-world way. Banzai is an interactive, online program supplemented by printed workbooks which aligns with state curriculum requirements for personal finance education. Students are exposed to real-life scenarios where they learn to pay their bills and balance their budget, as well as how to manage unexpected expenses such as parking tickets, interest charges and overdraft fees. Banzai also introduces students to auto loans, bank statements, entertainment costs, savings and more. The program is available to students and teachers for free. To learn more, call 888-8-BANZAI or visit http://henrico.teachbanzai.com .
Pamela Heflin Strieffler, of Richmond, has rejoined Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer as vice president in the firm’s Glen Allen office and will continue to specialize in retail sales and leasing. Strieffler started her commercial real estate career with Porter Realty in 1996 and originally joined Thalhimer in 1999. She spent several years with The Rebkee Company and was most recently with The Shopping Center Group. Strieffler graduated from James Madison University and lives with her husband, Kevin, and their three children.
Bon Secours Richmond Health System has been named to the “Working Mother” 100 Best Companies list for the 15th consecutive year. The list promotes the interests of working mothers by honoring companies that successfully help employees integrate home and work. Bon Secours Richmond offers family-friendly employee benefits such as flexible scheduling, three on-site child care centers and a wellness program which includes an on-site employee health clinic, pharmacy, health coaching and incentives for making healthy choices.
The restaurant Mooyah will open in the Short Pump area in early 2013. Location owners, brothers Gurpreet “P2” Sandhu and Gurbhagat “Gulu” Sandhu, are looking to open at least 25 more locations in the next 10 years, all in the Richmond/Maryland/D.C. Virginia area. Mooyah specializes in burgers, fries and milkshakes. For more information, visit http://www.mooyah.com .
Colonial Shooting Academy (CSA) has been recognized as a five-star shooting facility by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF). This distinction makes CSA the first five-star range in Virginia, the fourth on the East Coast and one of only 25 nationwide. The NSSF’s rating system for target shooting facilities is based on an evaluation of six criteria: appearance, customer/member focus, customer/member development, management, community relations and amenities. CSA is located at 6020 W. Broad St. For details, visit http://www.colonialshooting.com .
Agents with Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer recently handled the following lease negotiations: FEMA – leased 18,325 square feet in Deep Run III at 9954 Mayland Dr.; Cannon’s Online Auctions, LLC – renewed its lease of 14,000 square feet in the TJ Maxx Shopping Center at 9125 W. Broad St.; Credit Union Service Company of Virginia, LLC – renewed its lease of 3,924 square feet in Fairfield Commons Mall on Nine Mile Rd.; Maya Mexican Grill and Tequila Lounge, LLC – leased 3,683 square feet in IceZone Retail Shops at Downtown Short Pump at 4350 Pouncey Tract Rd.; G’s Pizzeria & Grill – leased 3,400 square feet in Laburnum Square Shopping Center at 4730 Finlay St.; Virginia Health Care Association, Inc. – leased 1,250 square feet in Grove Park Square at 11541 Nuckols Rd.; The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia – renewed its lease of 7,547 square feet in Parham Professional Park at 2821 N. Parham Rd.; and Sarek Autowerke, Inc. – leased 6,900 square feet at 8401 Brook Rd.
Nancy Bagranoff, dean of the University of Richmond’s Robins School of Business, will lead a discussion on women in finance at 6 p.m. Oct. 3 in Queally Hall’s Ukrop Auditorium. A panel of four women will explore the challenges of succeeding in the financial services industry and will discuss leadership, professional experience in the industry and achieving work/life balance. The program is free and open to the public. Registration is required at http://tiny.cc/womeninfinance100312 .
Martin’s Food Markets’ A+ School Rewards will return Oct. 7 and continue through March 30, 2013. To participate in the program, customers must sign up and designate their chosen schools by visiting their local Martin’s or at http://www.martinsfoods.com/aplus A+ S.chool Rewards are accrued with each purchase a customer makes using his or her BonusCard. There is no restriction on what schools can do with the cash they earn. Beginning in November, current school totals can be found on the A+ website.
The Altria Companies Employee Community Fund has awarded nearly $2 million in grants to nonprofits based in central Virginia, including three in Henrico: Circle Center Adult Day Services – received a $50,000 grant to provide funding for full daycare for seniors with limited financial resources; The Society of St. Andrew – received a $30,000 grant to support the Food Recovery Operation in Virginia; and the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Richmond Chapter – received a $15,000 grant to provide for respite care for seniors with dementia. In central Virginia, the ACECF has awarded 948 grants totaling $27.6 million in the last 11 years.
Kitchen Thyme is forming a supper club. Once a month, guest chefs will be featured for a fine dining experience at Kitchen Thyme with a once in a life time menu. Prices, times and menus will vary. The club’s first meal on Sunday, Sept. 30 will feature Chef Carly Herring, of C’est Le Vin. The four-course fine dining brunch is $45 (includes tax). The fare includes one alcoholic beverage with a cash bar available. Seating times are 10 a.m., 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. with 20 seats available per seating time. Cash only. Kitchen Thyme is located at 7801-25 W. Broad St. To register, call 396-COOK.
Citizen Staff Reports 12/22/2014
Henrico residents can recycle their Christmas trees after the holidays at one of several locations in the county.
From Dec. 26 through Jan. 11, trees will be accepted at the following spots:
• Springfield Road Landfill Public Use Area, near Nuckols Road and I-295 – open from 7:30 am to 7 pm daily, except holidays;
• Charles City Road Landfill Public Use Area – 7:30 am to 7 pm daily, except holidays; > Read more.
Citizen Staff Reports 12/15/2014
CVWMA curbside recycling collection and trash collections will have a one day delay in collections Dec. 25-26 and Jan. 1-2. There will be no collections on Dec. 25 or Jan. 1.
Curbside recycling collections Monday through Wednesday will be on regular schedule. Red Thursday and Red Friday curbside recyclers will have a one day delay in collection services Dec. 25-26. Blue Thursday and Blue Friday curbside recyclers will have one day delay in collection services Jan. 1-2. Containers should be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. on collection day. All Friday collections will take place on Saturday. > Read more.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) will host a candlelight vigil of remembrance and hope Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. at the University of Richmond, outside the Cannon Chapel. The public is invited to attend and join MADD to honor victims of impaired driving crashes, while helping to remind the community to be safe during the holidays. > Read more.
‘Jingle All the Way 2’ is expectedly flawed
Was anyone asking for an extra-large helping of Larry the Cable Guy this Christmas? If so, you can thank Santa Claus for Jingle All the Way 2.
If not, you can be like the rest of us and curse Santa for his folly in creating such a film. Santa, we neither wanted nor needed this.
A follow-up to the much-derided 1996 Christmas film Jingle All the Way, Jingle All the Way 2 isn’t so much a sequel as it is an odd kind of remake, offering a few original twists on the original’s dad-vs-dad holiday showdown, but also copying large chunks of the original without alteration. > Read more.
Find out how your favorite dining establishments fared during their most recent inspections by the Virginia Department of Health. > Read more.
Several holiday performances take place this weekend in Henrico including “It’s a Wonderful Life” and Theatre IV on Tour’s “’Twas the Night Before Christmas” – both at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen. The Central Virginia Masterworks Chorale will perform Vivaldi’s “Gloria” at River Road Church, Baptist and the Virginia Repertory Theatre will present “Santa’s Christmas Miracle” at the Children’s Theatre at Willow Lawn. A fun annual tradition, now in its 14th year, will be at SkateNation Plus in Short Pump – Chabad of Virginia’s Chanukah on Ice. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
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