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2006-08-02 / More News

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CJW Medical announces promotions

Steven Castle has been promoted to oncology and gamma knife service line administrator at Thomas Johns Cancer Center, located on CJW Medical Center's Johnston-Willis campus. He was director of radiation oncology and gamma knife. Kris Lukish was promoted to human resources administrator. Previously, she was the employment manager. Kathy Bowers manager. Kathy Bowers has been promoted to endoscopy director at the Chippenham campus.

Dr. Billy Cannaday was recognized last week by the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors for his contributions as superintendent for the past six years.

Deputy County Administrator Pete Stith has been appointed by the Chesterfield board to serve on the Capital Area Policy Board.

Ken Childers has been appointed to serve on the Camp Baker Management Board.

Sam Dickenson has received the 2006 Easy to Love Customer Service Award from the Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau. Dickenson, a former volunteer firefighter and a retired Ukrop's employee, served as an employee of the Holiday Inn Koger South Conference Center.

Carol Cosby-Tillar, Samori Robinson, Nicole Lawrence, Andrew Deitrick and Molly Underwood have been appointed to serve on the Youth Citizens Service Board.

The Capital Ale House will open its third location at Midlothian Village Square, 13821 Village Place, near Charter Colony Parkway, next spring. The restaurant will feature patio and sidewalk dining, a mezzanine level that overlooks the bar and indoor and outdoor wood-burning fireplaces.

The Chesterfield Little League Baseball Junior Division All-Star Team recently won the District 5 Championship, but was eliminated in the Virginia State Tournament. The 13 member team included Sam Andrews, Nathan Chamberlin, Marshall Hall, Travis Johnson, Tommy LaRose, John Marshall, Kyle Martin, Jeremy Moore, Josh Polyak, Josh Reavis, Nicholas Santalucia, Andy Svanda and Will Vacca. The team was coached by Frank LaRose and assisted by Roger Reavis and Doug Andrews.

The Richmond chapter of the Virginia Tech Alumni Association recently awarded academic scholarships to Susan Marie Sheffield and Sheree Corbin. Sheffield graduated in June as valedictorian of Monacan High School. She will attend Virginia Tech this fall where she plans to major in chemistry. Corbin is a recent Midlothian High School graduate, who aspires to be a veterinarian. She will major in biology at Virginia Tech with a possible minor in French.

Drew Stephen Davis of Troop 877 has attained the rank of Eagle Scout.

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