All store-based businesses in Gloucester are expected to meet the March 15 deadline.
Visiting Angels, an in-home lifestyle support service, opened a center in Gloucester recently. Shown outside the office on Lewis Avenue are, from left, Frank McCarthy, Karen Wilkins. and Darnley Adamson. Photo by Bill Nachman
The business provides personal and companion care services.
It describes the Propane Education & Research Council’s Propane FEED program.
The cardiac rehabilitation program at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital and Middle Peninsula Wellness and Fitness Center, Gloucester, was recently recertified. Discussing the program were, from left, Danette Machen, Al Marks, Donna Indzeris, Eva Towell and Amy Horsley. Photo by Bill Nachman
The cardiac rehabilitation program at Riverside Walter Reed Hospital and Middle Peninsula Wellness and Fitness Center, Gloucester, was recently recertified.
Stay at Home opened its local office inside Gloucester House in mid-January.
He hopes to focus on raising the community’s health awareness.
Sentara recently sponsored a diabetes education series for adults at its Gloucester Medical Arts facility, White Marsh. Shown at the Jan. 26 class were, from left, Chuck Dorety, Donald Lynn, certified diabetes educators Megan Cordova and Sharon Morgan, Lynne Furr and David Mabus. Photo by Bill Nachman
Sentara recently sponsored a diabetes education series for adults at its Gloucester Medical Arts facility, White Marsh.
There will be $40,000 available in funding this year.
They were invited to attend a reception at the Executive Mansion in Richmond.
Brent and Becky’s Bulbs, located at Flat Iron, will hold a Valentine’s Open House on Feb. 11. Shown inside the Bulb Shoppe are, from left, employees Danielle Stokes, Kristen Pritchard and Susan Byrd. Photo by Bill Nachman
The Bulb Shoppe and Gardens reopened Feb. 1.
The grand opening will include free tanning sessions for all of-age visitors as well as drawings for prizes.
Colonial Virginia Bank employees have been very generous in sending items overseas to servicemen and women deployed in the Middle East. Shown, from left, are bank employees and contributors Henry Haupt, Laurie Pennington, Kim Milby, Cheryl Dame, Christina Jessie, Polly Harrison, Hal Bourque, Nicole Bercot, Stephanie Hunt, Barbara Smith and Bob Bailey. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Fellow employees went above and beyond