The announcement was made at the Petey Awards on November 10th in Tempe, Arizona. Organized by Compete, a publication focused on LGBTQ+ sports, the Petey Awards honors the best in sports diversity and celebrates the magazine’s mission of “uniting the world through sports.”
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The meals will be distributed to homebound neighbors in Feed More’s Meals on Wheels on program.
“The Pause” — a moment of silence after the death of a patient — recognizes the humanity of the patients and the health care team trying to save them.
The 1.5% hike in the meals tax, proposed by the mayor and approved by Richmond City Council, is providing a $150 million investment in school facilities, to include replacing the current George Mason Elementary School, E.S.H. Greene Elementary School, and Elkhart-Thompson Middle School.
“Commemorating History: Challenges and Opportunities” will examine the 1968 merger of the Medical College of Virginia and Richmond Professional Institute. The symposium will explore how VCU has evolved during the past five decades.
The Virginia Department of Health recently appointed Avula into a dual health director role, which is a model for regional public-health collaboration. It is the first appointment of this kind in VDH’s Central Region.
In recognition of 1708 Gallery’s 40th Anniversary, the 2018 iteration will focus on ideas of Community.
Gordon has served in the interim capacity since August 2018, and simultaneously as the Director of the Office of Community Wealth Building. He will permanently assume the position of Deputy Chief Administrative Officer (DCAO) on Monday, November 26th.
The retirement at year’s end caps 31 years of service in law enforcement, with four years as Chief of RPD.