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Richard Kurshan honored for exceptional voluntarism

Members and Honoree l-r: Andre Peery, Richard Kurchan, Rev. Carroll Carter, Nena Kurchan, Dr. Marilyn Harmon, Gene Yagow, and Evangeline Jeffrey.

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Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce hosts networking event

From Right, Chamber member Harvey Brookins, S-RCC Board President Toni McLawhorn, and S-RCC Board of Directors member Teresa Hall share a laugh during the panel discussion. – Photo by Shawn Nowlin

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go site When the Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce was established in 1934, its intended goal was to “strengthen the business climate of the community.” As the current Executive Director, Michelle Darby oversees all Chamber activities, marketing and operations.

http://thefoolishobsession.com/tag/hand-cream-2/ “This organization is dedicated to its mission to create, promote, develop and support quality business opportunities in the local community,” Darby said. “We are here to support our members and business partners as well as contribute to the areas we live, work and play. We have a tremendous number of dedicated and involved volunteers who make everything possible. While there is typically member and non-member pricing for events, most are open to the public.” Continue reading Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce hosts networking event

Roanoke City Public Schools announces local teacher of the year

Raymond Cotter of (ROTEC)

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Roanoke Kiwanis Club awards $14,000 in Scholarships to six outstanding students

informazioni vardenafil generico 20 mg The Roanoke Kiwanis is giving out $14,000 for six scholarships to high school seniors this year. Scholarships are given to applicants from the nine area high schools with Key Clubs sponsored by Kiwanis – William Fleming, Patrick Henry, Cave Spring, Hidden Valley, Northside, Roanoke Catholic School, Staunton River, Forest Park Academy, and Faith Christian School. Continue reading Roanoke Kiwanis Club awards $14,000 in Scholarships to six outstanding students

RIDE Solutions launches new mobile app with rewards

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