Honor Our Vets Blood Drive by Gore’s Meats

Friday Nov 10th at West Oaks Farm Market in Winchester, give blood and get a Gore’s Meats breakfast or lunch! Local Military Veterans welcome- our community says THANK YOU with food and by passing on the gift of life! To donate make an appointment at redcrossblood.org code: VetDrive23

Drive runs from 9am-3pm at West Oaks Farm Market, 4305 Middle Road, Winchester. This event is sponsored by Gore’s Meats, West Oaks Farm Market, Navy Federal, American Red Cross & Honor Flight Top of Virginia. For more information check out Gore’s Meats on Facebook or GoresMeats.com

Top of Virginia names Greater Good Award recipients

greater good awards

The Top of Virginia Regional Chamber of Clarke, Frederick, and Winchester announced their recipients of the 2022 Greater Good Awards.

The goal of the Awards is to celebrate individuals and businesses for their contributions to the quality of life and economic stability of the region through genuine community commitment, dedication to excellence, and ethical and creative business practices.

The winners include:

Entrepreneur of the Year- Darrin Jones, Jones Funeral Home and Cremation Services

Small Business of the Year- Bonnie Blue Southern Market and Bakery 

Large Business of the Year- Tri-State Nissan

CTE Teacher of the Year- Shaine Coleman, Clarke County Public Schools

Emerging Leader- Katie Landi Jordan

Nonprofit of the Year- Literacy Volunteers Winchester Area

Citizen of the Year- Dr. John Lamanna

Lifetime Community Impact Award- James R. Wilkins, Jr and Rosie Walsh

Additional information and nominees are available here.    

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TVRC presents Live 2 Lead Friday 2/25

A Top of Virginia Regional Chamber (TVRC) news letter announced the Live to Lead Leadership program starts Friday Feb. 25 at 8 a.m..

The news letter states that the program is now available through out the Shenandoah Valley online through zoom.

The program features world class leadership experts Sierra Collins, Dr. Assegid Habtewold and Dr. William Attaway.

The program will hold both morning and afternoon sessions including an interactive portion.

The program hopes to offer new perspectives and tools to improve leadership through change.

Local leaders will discuss what leadership through change means to them and how to apply it for those in leadership roles.

More information and registration can be acquired here.

Discounts are available for companies or organizations sending 10 or more participants.

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