Citizen Staff Reports 12/10/12
Clemson University student Andy Pham, of Glen Allen, recently traveled to a major Chicago trade show to demonstrate Clemson’s latest technology to track consumer behavior. Pham, a graduate student in packaging science, and 10 other students and five faculty members went to PACK EXPO International to show the interactive exhibit “The Packaging Test Track,” which aims to answer questions about how shoppers decide what to buy and how much packaging plays a part.
Sophomore Michael Lutzky recently was named to the dean’s honor roll for the fall 2012 trimester at the American Hebrew Academy in Greensboro, N.C. To be eligible for the dean’s honor roll, students must earn a minimum academic average of 90. Lutzky is the son of Paula and Ira Lutzky, of Richmond.
Marine Corps Pfc. Calvin L. Robinson, son of Barbara A. Robinson, of Richmond, and Robert L. Krushelnisky, son of Morena and Robert A. Krushelnisky, of Glen Allen, have earned the title of United States Marine after graduating from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, S.C. Robinson and Krushelnisky spent 13 weeks training on subjects including close-order drill, marksmanship with an M-16A4 rifle, physical fitness, martial arts, swimming, military history, customs and courtesies. One week prior to graduation, they endured The Crucible, a 54-hour final test of recruits' minds and bodies. Upon completion, recruits are presented the Marine Corps emblem and called Marines for the first time. Robinson is a 2012 graduate of Varina High School. Krushelnisky is a 1976 graduate of Kalani High School in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Thomas Beatty, of Glen Allen, recently was initiated into Phi Kappa Phi, a collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines. Beatty is pursuing a degree in English at Virginia Commonwealth University.
The Richmond West Breakfast Lions Club (based in western Henrico) recently donated 59 backpacks to the Westover Hills Elementary School on Jahnke Road.
Above, club members display some of the backpacks prior to their distribution. > Read more.
Thanks to a first-place win in The American Protege International Vocal Competition 2014, Glen Allen High School student Matija Tomas will travel to New York City to perform at Carnegie Hall in December.
At the first-place winners recital in Weill Hall, Matija will perform Giacomo Puccini’s opera aria, “Chi il bel sogna di doretta.” She will perform with other vocalists from around the world and have the opportunity to win other awards and scholarships.
Locally, Thomas has performed with Richmond’s renowned Glorious Christmas Nights, Christian Youth Theatre, and WEAG’s Urban Gospel Youth Choir. > Read more.
The John Rolfe YMCA and Gayton Baptist Church have partnered in an effort to bring greater health and wellness opportunities to the community.
Through this partnership, the John Rolfe Y will run Youth Winter Sports programs, including basketball and indoor soccer, in Gayton’s newly renovated $5.5 million outreach center that features a new gymnasium, youth and teen space, social space with café, meeting space and full service commercial kitchen. > Read more.
Find out how your favorite dining establishments fared during their most recent inspections by the Virginia Department of Health. > Read more.
CAT Theatre’s 51st season will open with Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, which will run from Oct. 24-Nov. 8. Adapted by Steven Dietz, it is based on the original 1899 play by William Gillette and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and was the winner of the 2007 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Play.
The plot follows what seems to be the end of the career of the world’s greatest detective as he is confronted with a case far too tempting to ignore. When the King of Bohemia faces blackmail by famed opera singer Irene Adler, Holmes and his faithful companion, Dr. Watson, find themselves falling into the trap of evil genius Professor Moriarty. As Holmes says, “The game is afoot Watson, and it is a dangerous one!” > Read more.
Paid extras are being sought to appear in the AMC television series TURN: Washington's Spies, which will begin filming its second season in the Richmond area at the end of September and continue through February.
No experience is required, but producers say that extras must have flexible availability, reliable transportation and a positive attitude.
Arvold Casting is holding an open call on Sunday, Sept. 21 and is seeking men, women and children who are Caucasian, African American and Native American, with thin to average builds and who can realistically portray people living in Revolutionary War times. Long hair is a plus but not a must. > Read more.
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