LPN Worli Awarded; real estate sales; Mendy Schaefer CFO; traffic warnings; MVHS at Piedmont Arts; fuel support; Rangali Ruritans; NCF

LPN Worli Awarded; real estate sales; Mendy Schaefer CFO; traffic warnings; MVHS at Piedmont Arts; fuel support; Rangali Ruritans; NCF

Worli honored

SOWA Health-Martinsville LPN Taylor Worley was awarded the Daisy Award for the exceptional nurses, which “super-human effort nurses perform every day” said in a press release.

Varley has worked in the Department of Medical Surgery on the campus of SOVA Health – Martinsville for 2 years and was nominated for the award by a patient’s spouse.

“Taylor was very calm and calm. She inspired me to slow down and get down to my level of confidence and care! She treated both of us like we were the only people she had to take care of,” of the patient. The wife said in the nomination.

“Taylor is an outstanding nurse, and I was honored to help present her with the Daisy Award,” said Lindsey Crumpton, chief nursing officer at Sova Health – Martinsville. “Her positive attitude and willingness to help others is the definition of being an exceptional nurse to receive this award. She touches the lives of so many patients and their families every day and she deserves to be honored.”

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real estate sales

The Martinsville, Henry and Patrick County Association of Realtors announced that 549 properties have been sold in the past nine months.

The average selling price is above the spring, totaling $184,000 where it previously stood at $179,000. The sellers are getting around 97% of their asking price.

Days on the market are an average of 88 days, which is higher than last year when homes were selling very quickly because they were listed on the market.

“Our local area is inviting many people living in a quiet, county away from traffic, high taxes, and extreme weather. Southern Virginia is welcoming to so many, and we are here to help them find their new home. are to be done,” a release said.


Mendy Schaefer has been appointed as the Chief Financial Officer of Valleystar Credit Union. Schaefer was interim CFO and during that time “the credit union has experienced historic growth in nearly every major performance measure, including asset growth from $573M to $671M and net income of $4.7M, for the past three years.” Earned net income exceeds (3) years – combined,” a release said.

She joined the Valleystart team in 2018 as the Vice President of Accounting. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Everett University and a master’s degree in business administration from Radford University.

traffic alert

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) announced a roadwatch for Race Week traffic from October 28 to November 4.

Drivers should expect an increased amount of traffic around Martinsville Speedway today. On Sunday, VDOT encourages race fans to and from Martinsville Speedway to follow recommended traffic patterns posted on signs and message boards.

Vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be heavy. Traffic is being diverted to the speedway in certain patterns to reduce overall congestion as much as possible, and drivers are asked to gradually lower the speed limit from 65 mph to 35 mph and on the VA 58 bypass near the speedway. Must watch for gradually reducing.

piedmont art

Students of Magna Vista High School watch the current display on display at Piedmont Arts on October 21.

Piedmont arts education coordinator Sarah Short led the tours. He tailored the dialogue to the specific interests of each class, and incorporated elements of mythology into Virginia Derryberry’s paintings, patterns, and process through the work of David Chown and the watercolor techniques used by Pat Coleman.

According to Short, all the students enjoyed making connections to the pieces they were seeing from the pieces they were working on themselves, a release said.

fuel support

The Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS) is accepting Application To fuel support in all local departments of online and social services by November 11th.

Applications can also be submitted by telephone from the Enterprise Customer Service Center from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday at (855) 635-4370.

Energy Assistance Program, the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) funded by federal block grants, to help low-income households meet household energy needs such as electricity, natural and liquefied propane gas, oil, kerosene, coal and wood State provides assistance for Assistance may be available for delivery and installation fees as well as connection or reconnection fees.

To qualify for fuel assistance, Maximum Gross Monthly Income Must not exceed $1,699 for a family of one person. For a family of four, the maximum gross monthly income is $3,469.

“The Energy Assistance Program is an important lifeline for individuals and families who may sacrifice basic expenses to meet rising energy costs. The winter months can be very difficult when families are struggling to stay warm. We are again pleased to provide this resource and help Virginia residents who otherwise would not have the resources to afford their heating bills or recover from energy emergencies,” said VDSS Commissioner Danny Avula. Last year, fuel assistance was provided to more than 107,000 Virginia families. We encourage individuals and families to submit an application for consideration as soon as possible.”

rangely ruritans

Philip Earls and Nina Hilton, with the help of Faye Moore, round out the October 20 meal of the Rangely Ruritan Club. Club members commended Martinizing Dry Cleaning in Collinsville for cleaning club flags and banners. It was decided that the club’s October breakfast would be the last for the year. Dwayne Tugle took over the mowing around the building and the ballfield.

District Governor Roger Gammons presented some certificates and spoke about the district convention in November.

The new list of officials will be: President, Rick Huffman; Vice President, Philip Earls; Treasurer, George Mehfi; Secretary, Bruce Severance; three years of director, Ann Huffman; two-year director, Kathy Reid; One Year Director, Nina Hilton; Former President, Jim McMillan.

The club voted to help Fontaine Ruritan decorate the Christmas door at the GW Carver Elementary on 15 December.

George Mehafi is working on the club’s Christmas dinner arrangements.

February 11 is considered Brunswick Stew Day.

The club voted to donate to Hunters for the Hungry, Mount Bethel United Methodist Church’s building fund, and the Fieldel Fire Company.

The community calendar information has been shipped, and the calendar should be returned in November.

New College Foundation

Dr. Challen Mabry, a professor in Bluefield University’s Master of Counseling Program, has received the Lula White Johnson Distinguished Educator Award, which comes with a plaque and a $1,000 check from the New College Foundation.

The New College Foundation has announced that it has awarded eight scholarships to students for the year 2022/23. NCF’s press release did not specify who those recipients were, and NCF did not respond to three requests seeking more information.

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