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Main Street Group names new VP


Clients and guests of The Main Street Group, a financial services firm based in Innsbrook, attended a reception earlier this summer June to welcome new vice president Megan Bosch. Pictured, from left, are Bosch; CEO Steve Crawford, Kristi Hammond, Desiree Bryan and Michael Douglas.

Local physicians to collect used sports equipment throughout June

Advanced Orthopaedics and Ortho On-Call will host their third-annual AdvanceItUp! (AIU!) collection of gently-used sports equipment June 1-30. The initiative is designed to increase recreation options and active living at home and outside the home for local children who don't have access to usable sports equipment.

Items that are donated should be in good condition. They will benefit children at U-Turn Sports and the Henrico Police Athletic League.

The program will accept most types of sporting equipment, excluding used uniforms and safety gear such as helmets. The organizations are most in need of equipment for soccer, basketball, volleyball, softball, baseball, wiffle ball, football and biking.

Business in brief


Benjamin S. Page, a private wealth advisor with Ameriprise Financial, has qualified for the company’s Circle of Success annual recognition program. Page was honored for this achievement at the 2016 National Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. To earn this achievement, Page established himself as one of the company’s top advisors achieving high levels in production, client service and client satisfaction. Only a select number of high-performing Ameriprise financial advisors earn this distinction. Page’s office is located at 3908 Springfield Road Glen Allen.

Henrico-based Virginia Bankers Association announces scholarship recipients


The Virginia Bankers Association announced the winners of more than $25,000 in scholarships this week.

The scholars are high school seniors and come from all over the state. VBA, based in Glen Allen, also awarded six regional scholarships of $2,500, as well as six honorable mention winners, each of whom received $1,000 scholarships.

The scholarship program began in 1991, when the General Assembly declared the third Tuesday in March “Bank Day.”

Henrico Humane Society gets funding boost from pet store


Pet Valu, a national chain of pet stores with a location in Short Pump, donated $3,500 to the Henrico Humane Society after a months-long fundraising effort.

This donation comes as part of a national push by the Pet Valu chain to raise money for a number of animal shelters across to region. In total, the chain raised more than $124,000 nationally, benefiting 19 different animal rescue and humane societies.

Citizen’s Kruszewski wins 8 VPC awards


Henrico Citizen Managing Editor Patty Kruszewski won eight awards in the Virginia Professional Communicators (VPC) 2016 communications contest, including four first-place entries that will advance to the National Federation of Press Women competition. Awards were announced at the VPC spring conference, held in Winchester in April.

Kruszewski collected first-place honors in the feature story, reviews, personal opinion columns, and blog categories.

In the personal columns category, judges praised her first-place Family Forum columns (“The Greatest Love” and “Time to Give Spanking the Boot”) for using “thoughtful, poignant, personal examples supported by scientific evidence [to make] convincing observations about family topics like the depth of parental love and the downside of physical discipline.”

Dominion requests 3-month deferral in Varina substation case

A Dominion Virginia Power rendering shows what the view of power lines might look like from Osborne Turnpike if a substation were built 725 feet back from the road.
UPDATE: MAY 23, 1:50 P.M. – Plans for a Dominion Virginia Power substation in Varina could be delayed for three more months, after company officials today requested a deferral of their scheduled June 9 case before the Henrico Planning Commission.

The company is seeking to build a substation in Varina to improve service reliability in the region and wants to locate it on a 1.5-acre portion of a 10-acre site at 7000 Osborne Turnpike.

Company officials now are asking that the case be delayed until September so that they may consider input they received during a public meeting May 17 at Varina High School. Specifically, they intend to consider the possibility of purchasing a portion of an adjacent 477-acre parcel on Osborne Turnpike, which was listed for sale recently. Several speakers at last week's meeting urged Dominion representatives to consider that option.

Highland Springs Hardee’s to reopen May 24

Featuring a new look and expanded seating, the Hardee’s at 1120 East Nine Mile Road will hold its grand re-opening Tuesday, May 24.

The franchise has partnered with radio station WKHK-FM K95 to help promote the opening. K95 will conduct a drawing every morning at 7:45 a.m., through which one listener each day will win a free menu item for a year (redeemable once per week) and a pair of tickets to K95 CountryFest. The contest will run for the first two weeks of the location’s opening and will feature menu-item prizes such as burgers, biscuits and chicken tenders.

Business in brief


Cushman & Wakefield | Thalhimer recently reported the following lease transactions in Henrico County: Northstar Academy – leased 4,578 SF in Wistar Center at 8101-8157 Staples Mill Rd.; Alcolock VA Inc. – leased 3,472 SF in Wistar Center at 8101-8157 Staples Mill Rd.; Massage Luxe – leased 2,771 SF in Staples Mill Marketplace at 9000-9120 Staples Mill Rd.; and Game Workshop – leased 1,470 SF in The Shoppes at Westgate at 11709 W. Broad St.

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