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Friday, February 24, 2017
Throughout this election cycle, we will be hosting all the gubernatorial candidates to participate in business roundtables in our region and hope you can join and contribute to the conversation. That being said, make your voice heard in our second dialogue concerning Virginia policy, labor and workforce and ways we can further nurture entrepreneurship in the Commonwealth. As an entrepreneur or ...read more
Categories: General
Thursday, February 23, 2017
The leadership of Horizon Behavioral Health is pleased to announce that the organization has received a three - year Accreditation by CARF International. This represents the highest level of accreditation that can be given to a behavioral health organization. Horizon was put through a rigorous on - site peer review process that included a team of surveyors visiting from across the country. ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The Academy Center of the Arts, through the support of BWXT, Areva, Centra Health, and Retail Merchants Associates, is proud to present a new five part concert series in Lynchburg’s downtown Riverfront Park. The concert series will feature national, regional, and local music acts and will continue the Academy’s efforts to serve our community through arts and culture by bringing world ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. Riders and horse enthusiasts gathered at Sweet Briar College Sunday for the Southwest Virginia Hunter/Jumper Association Winter Show. Sweet Briar students and local riders competed on the flat and over fences at the Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center. In hunter classes, the horse’s style and form were judged, while in equitation classes ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
View full story in Work It, Lynchburg. Pinnacle Bankshares, the parent company of Altavista-based First National Bank, last week declared a cash dividend of 10 cents per share, payable March 10 to shareholders of record as of Feb. 24. The dividend matches last quarter’s and is the bank company’s 18th consecutive quarterly dividend. Based on a recent share price of $29.20 for Pinnacle ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. The donation of three pianos to R.S. Payne Elementary School has students singing a happy tune. Donated by Randolph College, two of the pianos are being used to instruct students in music classes, and the third was installed in the R.S. Payne auditorium for use in musical performances. The new-to-R.S. Payne pianos fill what strings teacher Bill Claytor ...read more
Categories: Member News
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Where Creativity and Commerce Connect - Alliance holds Annual Meeting The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance held its Annual Meeting, at The Kirkley Hotel last week at a standing room only breakfast. Alton Brown, Publisher of the News & Advance gaveled in the meeting that was filled with energy, vision and pride in the region’s prosperous business community. Chairman Jim Richards ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Saturday, February 18, 2017
View full story at ABC13 WSET. .... LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) -- The news of Liberty University moving to the FBS is generating excitement, not only on the campus, but around the Lynchburg area. One member of the women's soccer team said this move could bring in more recruits for her team, because she says by the football team playing new opponents, possible recruits could be interested in ...read more
Categories: General
Friday, February 17, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. The NCAA on Thursday approved Liberty University’s request to join the Football Bowl Subdivision as an independent program, one of just a handful of colleges competing in the top-tier division without a football conference affiliation. The approval means Liberty can enter into the two-year FBS reclassification process for this upcoming season and ...read more
Categories: Member News
Friday, February 17, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. Spending a night in a treehouse is a childhood fantasy that could come true for Lynchburg couples and visitors starting a month from now. Animal Planet’s Treehouse Masters is bringing a new honeymoon treehouse to the grounds of the Bella Rose Plantation on Graves Mill Road just in time for the wedding season. Treehouse Masters specializes in ...read more
Categories: Member News
Thursday, February 16, 2017
Next Saturday, February 25, the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Virginia State Championship Robotics Competition is being hosted in Lynchburg at Virginia Episcopal School’s Van Every Gym (400 VES Road, Lynchburg) from 10:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. This event brings together some of the best and brightest middle and high school students from across the state to showcase their engineering and programming ...read more
Categories: Member News
Thursday, February 16, 2017
The Academy Center of the Arts is elated to host one of our state’s most storied theatre companies, The Barter Players, as they bring to life on stage the classic story of Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. The Barter Theatre, The State Theatre of Virginia, was founded by Robert Porterfield in 1933. The theatre developed its name due to Porterfield’s creative and effective ...read more
Categories: Member News
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Richmond, VA – Virginia Business Systems (VBS) of Virginia has been named one of the country’s Elite Dealers by ENX Magazine. The award is presented annually by the publication to the top office equipment dealers in the U.S. According to the publisher, Susan Neimes, the prestigious 2016 Elite Dealer awards were selected from a record number of entries. “It takes something ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
View full story in Work It, Lynchburg. No matter the bank, most branches have similar, familiar features. Customers stand in line to be waited on by tellers behind tall counters, while employees specializing in different areas of banking see customers in their offices. Instead of going down this traditional path, Lynchburg-based Bank of the James decided to take a different route with its new ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. With Valentine’s Day looming, a love for arts and crafts was in the air Sunday at Randolph College. A free family program titled “Love at the Maier Family Program: Sharing our Passions” brought visitors of all ages to the Maier Museum of Art to craft mixed-media valentines, learn lace-making and take part in a scavenger hunt in the ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
View full story in Work It, Lynchburg. The News & Advance will host two free sessions next month aimed at informing attendees on how to successfully advertise businesses and understand digital marketing solutions. Both sessions will be held Feb. 28 at the Fairfield Inn at 3777 Candlers Mountain Road in Lynchburg. The session will be from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., while the second will be from noon ...read more
Categories: Member News
Friday, February 10, 2017
View full story in Work It, Lynchburg. Central Virginia Community College will host a partnership informational meeting at 6 p.m. Feb. 13 at Merritt Hall, in room 5122, on the Lynchburg campus. The meeting will focus on specific high-demand career areas including cybersecurity, EMT, paramedic, fire, EMS, health sciences, HVAC, machine tool and welding. Inclement weather make-up date is Feb. 27. ...read more
Categories: Member News
Friday, February 10, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. A small group of Liberty University students and professors never expected to make history, especially when, for most of them, it was their first archaeological dig. The 20-member group, working with a team from Hebrew University in the West Bank in December and January, found compelling evidence of a cave in the Judean desert that once may have ...read more
Categories: Member News
Friday, February 10, 2017
New Officers and new Directors lead the Board in 2017 Goodwill Industries of the Valleys is governed by a volunteer Board of Directors that provides vital support through guidance and fiduciary responsibilities. The board is comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds and fairly represents the geographical regions served by the organization. New Board Officers for 2017 are: James Laub, ...read more
Categories: Member News
Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Lynchburg, VA - Horizon Behavioral Health and FCS, Inc., a janitorial services company, have entered into a public/private partnership in order to improve efficiency, quality, and cost effectiveness at Horizon. Horizon’s leadership has decided no one organization is able to do it all and must increase collaborative relationships in order to leverage resources and expertise. Beginning March ...read more
Categories: Member News
Monday, February 06, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. The Altavista-based parent company of First National Bank, Pinnacle Bankshares Corporation, reported Friday a fourth-quarter profit of $734,000, or 48 cents per basic and diluted share, down 27.1 percent from $1,007,000 million, or 66 cents per basic and diluted share, during the same period last year. Total loans increased 11.5 percent from $306,088,000 ...read more
Categories: Member News
Monday, February 06, 2017
Once again, United Way of Central Virginia invites you to walk the red carpet at the 2nd Annual Red Carpet Gala Oscar pre-party on Saturday, February 25th. Held in celebration of the 89th Annual Academy Award Ceremony taking place on the following Sunday, this year's event will be held at the Academy Center of the Arts at 600 Main Street. Guests will walk our red carpet, hosted by: Mike ...read more
Categories: Member News
Monday, February 06, 2017
Noted scholar, global leader in higher education, experienced administrator is ‘ideal’ fit for College’s new era SWEET BRIAR, Va. (Feb. 6, 2017) — Sweet Briar College today announced the appointment of noted scholar, liberal arts advocate, experienced administrator and global leader for women’s education Meredith Woo as the College’s 13th president. She will ...read more
Categories: Member News
Thursday, February 02, 2017
View full story in The Burg. The arts first took to the sky in the late 1800s, when French choreographer Charles Didelot lifted his ballet dancers onto their toes with wires. Audiences were so enthralled by the ethereal quality of the dancers’ movements created by Didelot’s “flying machine” that other choreographers began to incorporate pointe work into their routines. It ...read more
Categories: Member News
Thursday, February 02, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. Liberty University is the new owner of the Center for Advanced Engineering and Research building in Bedford County after the $4.3 million sale was approved Tuesday by the Virginia Tobacco Revitalization Commission at a meeting in Richmond. According to a news release from the commission, LU will not “take over the entire facility, but the ...read more
Categories: Member News
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. said he will lead two new presidential task forces to be created by President Donald Trump to reform the Department of Education. “I’ve been in conversations with [presidential adviser] Steve Bannon and others, and the president is forming some education task forces that I’ve been asked to ...read more
Categories: Member News
Wednesday, February 01, 2017
Sweet Briar College is recognizing National Engineers Week with two programs on Thursday, Feb. 23. An afternoon session for high school girls in honor of Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day will be followed by the region’s National Engineers Week Banquet. This is the second year in a row the College is hosting the banquet, an annual event that brings together industry professionals, high ...read more
Categories: Member News
Friday, January 27, 2017
View full story in The News & Advance. Keeping children safe from online threats — that’s the goal for a series of workshops put on by Lynchburg City Schools to make parents aware of tips, tricks and tools to promote internet safety. LCS instructional technology staff members are leading the workshops, which have five stops in all, at various community sites. Topics taught include ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Consultant Connect Announces Leaders In The Industry KALAMAZOO, Michigan – Alliance CEO, Megan Lucas has been selected by Consultant Connect, a consulting agency designed to bridge the gap between economic developers and site consultants, as one of North America’s Top 50 Economic Developers for 2017. The economic development professionals selected for this list were nominated by their ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Tuesday, January 24, 2017
The 2017 Board Officers: James R. Richards, Petty, Livingston, Dawson & Richards, PC - Chair Stefanie Prokity, Successful Innovations, Inc. - Chair Elect Aubrey "Todd" H. Hall III, First National Bank – Vice Chair Ryan McEntire, Brown, Edwards & Company, L.L.P. - Treasurer Additional Board of Directors: Susan Adams, Appomattox County Anthony Andrews, Twenty23 Fred ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Thursday, January 05, 2017
View full story at ABC13 WSET . On Wednesday, CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., who owns the mall, announced plans for future redevelopment of four Macy's anchor locations in Louisville, Kentucky; Layton, UT; Beaumont, TX; and Bloomington, IL. Macy's announced an anticipated closing date of March 31 for the stores. In addition to the four stores mentioned above, CBL said it holds a ...read more
Categories: General
Friday, December 30, 2016
View full story in Virginia Business. ...When Standard Insurance Co. was looking for a site for a new East Coast operations center, Lynchburg and Altavista made the short list — even though they are only about 20 miles apart. “That was no accident,” says Bob Speltz, senior director of public affairs for Portland, Ore. – based Standard, a 110-year-old insurance and ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, December 27, 2016
View story at ABC13WSET The restaurant serves southern style fare, with meats smoked on site, ribs, wings, steak, barbecue, and pasta. The old service station turned restaurant has a whole lot of character, including a full service bar made from a batteau dating back to the 1850s. The owner said there will be a fire pit outside and eventually a stage for a live band. The bar has more than 100 ...read more
Categories: Member News
Sunday, December 18, 2016
View story in The News & Advance. Economists from the Strome School of Business at Old Dominion University presented an uneven snapshot of Virginia and Lynchburg’s economic performance in 2016 at the second annual State of the Commonwealth Economic Summit on Thursday morning. Hosted by the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance and presented by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce, the report ...read more
Categories: General
Sunday, December 18, 2016
View story at ABC13 WSET. LYNCHBURG, Va. (WSET) -- The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance released its full State of the Commonwealth Report in Lynchburg on Thursday. Nearly 200 people turned out to hear about the health of our economy and to participate in interactive voting on the priorities that should be included in the new Blueprint 2025 statewide economic development plan, said the ...read more
Categories: General
Monday, December 12, 2016
View story in Work It . The second round of Altavista’s entrepreneurship program, Pop-Up Altavista, has wrapped up, and four business owners were awarded grant money to start up or expand their ventures. Altavista On Track, the town’s downtown-revitalization program, and the Small Business Development Center at Central Virginia Community College led the nine-week program that walked ...read more
Categories: Member News
Tuesday, December 06, 2016
View story Work It . In preparation for the upcoming General Assembly session, which convenes on Jan. 11, the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance invited area legislators to answer questions Tuesday about their priorities heading into 2017. Sen. Steve Newman, R-Bedford County, and Del. Ben Cline, R-Rockbridge, addressed the crowd gathered over breakfast at Randolph College on topics ranging from ...read more
Categories: General
Wednesday, November 23, 2016
BREAKING NEWS According to Reuters a federal judge on Tuesday blocked an Obama administration rule to extend mandatory overtime pay. The U.S. Chamber responded, "We are very pleased that the court agreed with our arguments that the Obama administration's new overtime rule was unlawful and stopped rule from taking effect on December 1. If the overtime rule had taken effect, it would ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Monday, November 14, 2016
View story at WSET ... It's no secret downtown Lynchburg is growing. And, within the next few weeks, there will be two new restaurants to check out.The first is called Bootleggers, and it's set to open along the Bluff Walk on Friday, November 25. The second is called Fifth and Federal, a barbecue place with Southern flair, and it's set to open within the next two weeks. The Lynchburg ...read more
Categories: General
Friday, November 11, 2016
One of the most important aspects of economic development is introducing site selectors from outside Virginia to the Lynchburg Region. The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is hosting a group of site selectors for a two-day familiarization tour (fam tour) of our area. This tour represents a tremendous opportunity to demonstrate the importance of the Lynchburg Region’s strategic location, ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Tuesday, November 01, 2016
View story at WSLS. LYNCHBURG (WSLS 10) – Leaders are working to make the Lynchburg area more attractive for businesses and more likely to receive government funding. They came up with a five-year plan, designed to create jobs and improve the quality of life. Members in the Virginia’s Region 2000 Local Government Council and Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance came up with an ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Over 1200 business, community leaders, and residents from Virginia’s Region 2000 came together to update the Region’s five-year Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS). The new strategy will help elevate the Region’s competitiveness for new jobs and talent, guiding the Region’s investments in support of economic improvement and prosperity. “The ...read more
Categories: Press Release, General
Tuesday, October 25, 2016
A Job Fair is being held at River Ridge Mall that is co-sponsored by the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance. Job seekers can meet face-to-face with multiple area employers now hiring. Make sure to dress to impress and also bring your resume. WHAT: River Ridge Mall Job Fair Co-Sponsored by the Alliance WHEN: October 29, 2016 10:00 AM - 5:00 p.m. WHERE: River Ridge Mall 3405 Candlers Mountain ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Alliance staff and board members met downtown to view concepts for their new headquarters. Atelier 11 Architecture, LTD was selected as the firm to renovate the former James River Conference Building located downtown at 400 Court Street. Built in 1992 and renovated into a conference center the building has approximately 24,257 square feet. The first phase will focus on renovating approximately ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Monday, October 17, 2016
The TechEDGE Dinner and Awards Banquet hosted by Lynchburg Regional Technology Council and was held on October 13 at the Academy Center of the Arts. The night featured guest speaker David Ihrie, CTO, with Center of Innovative Technology (CIT). He spoke on “Revving the Innovative Engine” and special guest Delegate Kathy Byron. The event included a silent auction with proceeds ...read more
Categories: Press Release, General
Monday, October 17, 2016
The Alliance introduces its new economic development website, YesLynchburgRegion.org. The site serves as a portal of information for site selectors, developers, business, and industries featuring easily accessible community data that represents unified and focused representation of all the partners in our Region. The site will strategically position the Lynchburg Region as a premier business ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, October 04, 2016
TechEDGE, the Region 2000 Technology Council's annual dinner and awards night will be held on October 13, 2016 at Academy Center of the Arts located at 600 Main Street in downtown Lynchburg. TechEDGE is the Region’s premiere networking and recognition event for technology professionals. The guest speaker for the evening will be David Ihrie, CTO, Center for Innovative Technology. The ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
See story in The News & Advance...... APPOMATTOX — The fuse trailing from an attack ad by Democratic candidate Jane Dittmar against state Sen. Tom Garrett’s energy and environment record sparked Monday at the Appomattox debate. The audience question regarding each 5th Congressional District candidate’s stance on uranium mining lit the confrontation toward the end of the ...read more
Categories: General
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
The Alliance in partnership with WSET and the Appomattox Chamber are hosting a 5th Congressional District Debate between candidates State Senator Tom Garrett and Jane Dittmar from 6:30 - 7:45 p.m., Monday, September 26 at Appomattox Inn & Suites located at 447 Old Courthouse Road, Appomattox. The business community will have the opportunity to hear their answers to in - depth business - ...read more
Categories: General
Monday, September 19, 2016
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is dedicated to strengthening our Region’s long-term competitiveness and advocating for pro-business policies that create jobs and grow our economy. Together we focus on jobs, growth and opportunity for the entire Region. Our Federal Legislative Agenda will be discussed at the upcoming visit to the Capitol on September 28 in DC. Feedback from our ...read more
Categories: General
Wednesday, September 14, 2016
The Young Entrepreneurs Academy a program of the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is seeking students who have the dedication and stamina to be the CEO of their own business. If you have the drive and are willing to work hard then enroll in the upcoming 2016-2017 Academy. You too can live the American dream and join other area students who have started a successful business with the help of ...read more
Categories: General
Thursday, September 08, 2016
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance was a proud partner with Lynchburg Business for the Second Annual Twenty Under 40 that celebrated area millennials on the move at a reception held at the Academy Center. These millennials on the move represent a thriving, innovative young professional community in the Lynchburg Region. Megan Lucas, Alliance CEO & Chief Economic Development Office ...read more
Categories: General
Friday, August 19, 2016
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance and its Technology Council traveled to Baltimore, Maryland this week to exchange ideas, learn best practices and to discover how their successful entrepreneurial incubators and accelerators (both University and private sector models) could be replicated in Central VA for greater economic impact. Fifteen business, education and government leaders spent two ...read more
Categories: General
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Christine Kennedy, COO and Executive VP of the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance was installed as the President of the Virginia Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (VACCE) on Friday, June 24 during the VACCE Annual Meeting in Smithfield. Receiving the gavel from outgoing president, Teresa Beale, Kennedy will serve as president for the 2016-2017 term. “I am honored to serve in ...read more
Categories: Press Release
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Appomattox County High School Students Brian Rubio, Nathan Simpson, Nick Walton, and Geoff Zdgiebloski, of Appomattox, Virginia recently participated in the SkillsUSA Championships. This event, by invitation only, was for first place state medalists in 100 competition areas for career and technical students. It is the largest skill competition in the world. The team competed in the ...read more
Categories: Press Release
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
View story in The News & Advance .... While Lynchburg’s mid-Atlantic location and versatile workforce are certainly attractive to big businesses, the abundance of water in the region is a draw for large manufacturing operations. Companies that produce food/beverage products, pharmaceuticals, and biochemical products all require large quantities of water to make their products. ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
The 100 Mile Challenge is a Work Healthy fitness challenge that supports the overall Live Healthy Lynchburg goal of helping area residents and organizations improve their health. The challenge is simple. Employers and their employees, as well as individuals and community groups are eligible to participate in this challenge by running or walking 100 miles from July 1 through September 24. There ...read more
Categories: Press Release
Friday, June 24, 2016
Appomattox County High School Students Brian Rubio, Nathan Simpson, Nick Walton, and Geoff Zdgiebloski, of Appomattox, Virginia recently participated in the SkillsUSA Championships. This event, by invitation only, was for first place state medalists in 100 competition areas for career and technical students. It is the largest skill competition in the world. The team competed in the ...read more
Categories: Press Release
Thursday, June 16, 2016
View full story in The News & Advance . During a regular meeting of the Bedford County Board of Supervisors, members heard from CEO and Chief Economic Development Officer for Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, Megan Lucas. One new initiative she mentioned is that starting in July the Alliance hopes to conduct drone videos of each industrial park in the surrounding localities, to pass on to ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, June 07, 2016
Surrounding the energy and enthusiasm of the new Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, the board is excited to announce another new development…an opportunity to relocate to a larger facility in the urban center of our region. In January, the Alliance combined the business and economic development resources of the Lynchburg Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Region 2000 Business and ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Tuesday, June 07, 2016
View full story in The News & Advance . The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is getting a new home. Instead of moving into the former Billy Joe’s Ice Cream Parlor building on Border Street near the Lynchburg Expressway as planned, the organization is moving into the James River Conference Center. Located at 400 Court Street, the 24,000-square-foot downtown facility will provide ...read more
Categories: General
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance is pleased to announce the hiring of Caroline Biggs as Director of Public Policy and Special Programming. COO for the Alliance Christine Kennedy states “As the region’s watchdog for business and free enterprise issues, it was important for us to hire someone who understands legislative and transportation issues, business engagement in public policy ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Businesses can “Go for the GOLD” at the 28 th Annual Connection Expo, presented by the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance and Union Bank & Trust, from 1 – 6 p.m., Tuesday, May 24, at Liberty University’s LaHaye Student Union Multipurpose Center. This year’s Expo features over 60 businesses showcasing their products and services. Attendees can network and ...read more
Categories: General, Press Release
Monday, May 16, 2016
The Honorable Scott Garrett to Provide Commencement Address 2016 Young Entrepreneurs Academy Commencement – 6-7 p.m., Monday, May 16, 2016 Rooms 5145-5146, Merritt Hall, CVCC Lynchburg, VA: Nine middle and high school students from across the region will receive “CEO status” on Monday, May 16 th at the 2016 Lynchburg Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) Commencement. These ...read more
Categories: Press Release
Friday, May 06, 2016
View story in The News & Advance . CASA of Central Virginia was named Lynchburg’s Small Business of the Year Thursday at the annual Small Business Awards banquet held by the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance. The awards were held at the Kirkley Hotel and Conference Center to celebrate “the best of the best.” CASA, short for Court Appointed Special Advocates, recruits and ...read more
Categories: General
Thursday, May 05, 2016
The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance announced the 2016 Small Business Award recipients along with the overall “2016 Small Business of the Year” winner. The event was presented by The News & Advance and was hosted by the Kirkley Hotel and Conference Center . The keynote address was given by Debbie Miller, President/Owner, bloom by Doyle's and recipient of last year's ...read more
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Thursday, May 05, 2016
Leadership Lynchburg Announces Community Sustainability Passport! In April, the Leadership Lynchburg Alumni Association unveiled their new Community Sustainability Passport. This wallet size card lists a variety of activities one can engage in that contribute to community sustainability in the categories of: Conservation of Open Spaces and Natural Resources Infrastructure that improves access to ...read more
Categories: Press Release

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