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LOCAL ALLERGIST, Dr. Paluvoi, NAMED “TOP DOCTOR” in WASHINGTONIAN and NO. VA. MAGAZINES

LOCAL ALLERGIST, Dr. Paluvoi, NAMED “TOP DOCTOR” in  WASHINGTONIAN and NO. VA. MAGAZINES

Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D. was named “Top Doctor” in Washingtonian and Northern Virginia magazines for his work in pediatric allergy and immunology. With offices in Falls Church, Gainesville, and Lansdowne, Va., the locally renowned allergist is noted for his patient care and clinical treatments, especially with food allergies. For more information, go to www.vasneezers.com.

“It’s an honor to be noted among the ‘top doctors’ in our area,” said Srinagesh Paluvoi, M.D., allergist and owner of Allergy and Asthma Affiliates of Gainesville, Lansdowne and Falls Church, Va. “There is way to manage allergies effectively and it’s an exciting time to be in the immunology field, where we’re finding new and better treatments for those suffering with food allergies,” said Dr. Paluvoi.

DR. CHERYL WILHOYTE, NEW HEAD OF SCHOOL of METRO SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

DR. CHERYL WILHOYTE, NEW HEAD OF SCHOOL of METRO SCHOOL OF THE ARTS

Cheryl Wilhoyte, Ph.D. of Falls Church, Va. is now heading up the Metropolitan School of the Arts of Lorton, Va.  As the head of school, she’ll be tasked to develop, guide and plan academic and school programming for the D.C. area’s first private, secondary performing arts/academic school, that serves 7th through 12th graders. Go to www.metropolitanarts.org for more information.

Earning her doctorate, master’s and bachelor degrees from the University of Maryland, Dr. Wilhoyte specializes in empowering schools, coaching, turnaround principalships, and leadership planning at the district, state and national levels. She has taught at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, WI, Johns Hopkins University in Annapolis, Md., Trinity College in Washington, D.C. and the University of Maryland in College Park, Md.

SUE LHOTKA: Well-Respected TRASH LADY RETIRES FROM CITY Of MANASSAS

SUE LHOTKA: Well-Respected TRASH LADY RETIRES FROM CITY Of MANASSAS

 

Susan E. Lhotka has been the City of Manassas refuse and recycling coordinator since 1995 and assisted with the management and oversight of solid waste management programs for Manassas including the residential refuse and recycling contracts. Lhotka is retiring this month after 18 years of service to the City of Manassas, Va.  For details, go to www.manassascity.org or call 703-257-8276.

Erickson Living Expands into Florida Market

Erickson Living Expands into Florida Market

Devonshire at PGA National has new ownership and management company

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND – January 30, 2014 – Erickson Living, manager and developer of Greenspring in Springfield, Va. and Ashby Ponds in Ashburn, Va., announced today its ownership of and new role as management company for Devonshire at PGA National, and its continuing care neighborhood, Chatsworth at PGA National.   

“We are proud and excited about bringing the Erickson Living lifestyle to southeast Florida and expanding our management portfolio to 17 campuses nationwide,” said Alan Butler, CEO.

Greenspring Recognized by Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for 15th Anniversary

Greenspring Recognized by Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for 15th Anniversary

(Springfield, Va.) - On Tuesday, November 19, Greenspring was recognized by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors for 15 successful years in Fairfax County.  Greenspring celebrated the community’s 15th anniversary on November 17 and is now home to nearly 2000 residents and the workplace of nearly 1000 staff members.

Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay brought forth the matter to the Board on Tuesday to recognize the community.   “I’m proud that Greenspring chose to locate in Lee District—we benefit tremendously from its presence,” said McKay.  “Greenspring residents take civic responsibility very seriously.  They actively volunteer and can always be counted on to support our local civic events. “

NORTHERN VA. SISTERS OPEN ‘ABOVE GRADE LEVEL’- IN-HOME TUTORING SERVICE

NORTHERN VA. SISTERS OPEN ‘ABOVE GRADE LEVEL’- IN-HOME TUTORING SERVICE

Above Grade Level of Northern Virginia recently opened its doors; an inspiration born from two Northern Virginia sisters, Elizabeth Colon and Christa Huntley of Alexandria, Va. Both new moms of infant daughters, they joined their passions for education and children. Above Grade Level of Northern Virginia serves most of Fairfax County, providing an in-home tutoring service for kindergarteners through 12th graders, including a free skills assessment. The program uses a customized approach with an in-home professional tutor, diagnostic evaluation, specialized teaching curriculum and a guarantee for results. For more information on Above Grade Level of Northern Virginia, call 571.620.0245 or visit www.AGLNOVA.com.

Greenspring Ranked No. 1 by Washington Business Journal as a Greater Washington Healthiest Employer

Greenspring Ranked No. 1 by Washington Business Journal as a Greater Washington Healthiest Employer

Greenspring took top honors among companies with 500 to 1,499 employees

(Springfield, Va.) – The Washington Business Journal recently hosted an awards luncheon event to recognize Greater Washington’s Healthiest Employers for 2013.  Greenspring, an Erickson Living retirement community in Springfield, Va., was ranked first among companies with 500-1,499 employees in Greater Washington.  The awards recognize companies with policies and initiatives that promote the health and well-being of their employees.

“Greenspring truly deserves this honor,” said Robin Gliboff, Greenspring’s Executive Director.  “The community offers a number of services and amenities that encourage employees to focus on their own health and wellness both at work and at home.”