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Carol Parish, a University of Richmond chemistry professor, will receive an award from the American Chemical Society at its upcoming South Eastern regional meeting for promoting diversity in chemical sciences. ACS will present the Stanley C. Israel Regional Award to Parish. The honor recognizes individuals and institutions that have been constant, vocal advocates for increasing student diversity in the chemical sciences, while supporting activities that promote inclusiveness within the region. Parish is a member of the American Chemical Society’s Women Chemist’s Committee and is a resident of Henrico County.

Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell recently appointed the following local residents to state boards and commissions: Advisory Board on Child Abuse and Neglect – Steven Lam, retired, and Lisa Robertson, founder, Smart Beginnings; Autism Advisory Council – Krishna P. Madiraju, president and owner, Century Pediatrics, Inc.; Board for Optometry – Shandon Phan, director of communications and civic engagement, BPSOS; Board for Waste Management Facility Operators – Peter Cao, owner, Cao Studio Optix, LLC; Danielle J. Davis; Joyce Doughty, director, Fairfax County Division of Solid Waste Disposal and Resource Recovery; John C. Holland, Jr., president, John C. Holland Enterprises, Inc.; Joe Levine, executive director, New River Resource Authority; and Maurice Witcher, site manager, First Piedmont Corporation; Board for Waterworks and Wastewater Works Operators and Onsite Sewage Professionals – K.R. “Trapper” Davis, owner, Coastal Plains Environmental Group; Barry Dunkley, director, Division of Water and Wastewater Treatment for the City of Danville; Michelle Ann Magrino; E. Brooks Philpy, operator, Brookside Soil Evaluations and Solutions; and Ronnie Thomas, president, Septiclean, Inc.; Board of Health – Amy Vest, pharmacist, Walgreens Pharmacy; Board of Historic Resources – William Gardner, president and CEO, George Washington’s Fredericksburg Foundation; Board of Psychology – Ali Ahmad, communications advisor, House Committee on Government Oversight and Government Reform, U.S. House of Representatives; Information Technology Advisory Council – Jennifer B. Aulgur, director of appointments, Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office, and Christopher McIntosh, statewide interoperability coordinator, Commonwealth of Virginia; Litter Control & Recycling Fund Advisory Board – George C. Peyton, vice president of government relations, Retail Merchants Association and Virginia Retail Federation; State Air Pollution Control Board – Tedd H. Jett, retired; Virginia Coal and Energy Commission – Barbara Altizer, president and executive director, Eastern Coal Council; Jodi Gidley, president, Virginia Natural Gas; Ken Hutcheson, president, Virginia Alternative and Renewable Energy Association, and director of government affairs, Williams Mullen; James K. Martin; John Matney, president, Harbor Company; Donald L. Ratliff, vice president of Virginia Governmental and External Affairs, Alpha Natural Resources, LLC; and Rhonnie Smith, retired; Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority – John N. Jester, retired; Virginia Sheep Industry Board – Joe Meek, self-employed cattle farmer, and Mac Swortzel, co-owner, Suffangus Farm, and banker, StellarOne Bank; and Virginia Workforce Council – Morton H. Savell, president, A-1 American Services, Inc.

Richmond resident Barbour Farinholt, a Denison University student, is studying off-campus for the 2011 fall semester. Farinholt, a member of the class of 2014, is studying with the School for International Training Program in Spain. Denison University, located in Granville, Ohio, offers off-campus study programs in the U.S. and overseas, ranging from traditional junior abroad programs in Europe to field project work in developing countries. Students continue to receive full credit towards a Denison degree while participating in the programs.
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Varina Ruritans honor police, fire officials and community members

The Varina Ruritan Club celebrated its 80th anniversary with a banquet Nov. 10, during which it presented several annual awards, including Policeman of the Year – to Henrico Officer Aaron M. Lancaster (top) – and Firefighter of the Year – to Julian T. Lipscomb (second from top).

The club also received a plaque from the Henrico Division of Fire (third from top) expressing the division's appreciation for the club and its support of fire prevention programs. > Read more.

The Rink to open at WBV Nov. 14

The grand opening of The Rink outdoor ice skating rink at West Broad Village will be held Saturday, Nov. 14, beginning at 11 a.m. with skating and family activities. At 4 p.m., grand opening festivities – featuring exhibitions of ice sculpting, ice skating and cheering, as well as fire pits, costumed characters, and food vendors – will begin. Skating costs are $8 for children and $10 for adults, with $4 skate rentals available. Parking is free. The Rink is located at 3939 Duckling Drive, Glen Allen. For details, visit http://www.Facebook.com/TheRinkWBV > Read more.

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