RGH recognizes two Employees of the Year
On Tuesday, during the Employee Appreciation Reception, the administration recognized two employees for being the “Employee of the Year.” Trinia Timberlake, RN, case management, and Christina Moore, technologist assistant, radiology were the two recipients.
posted 05.30.2009Tour to focus on Best Management Practices
This tour will consist of a 3:30 p.m. chartered bus ride from the Gloucester County Library (Main Street Center parking lot), visits to two local farms (4:30-7:30 p.m.) to view installed Best Management Practices (BMPs), a complimentary dinner (7:45 p.m.) at Ann’s Family Dining at Glenns, and return (9 p.m.) to the library.
posted 05.30.2009What about Mae?
Mae Rosell’s son just graduated from Virginia Tech and will soon be a first lieutenant in the U.S. Armed Forces. Ordinarily, graduation would be a proud day for a mother. Unfortunately, Mae was unable to attend graduation because she is incarcerated at the Middle Peninsula Regional Security Center (MPRSC) in Saluda.
posted 05.27.2009Dragon Run State Forest expands
Standing in the Dragon Run State Forest in King and Queen County on May 21, Governor Timothy M. Kaine announced that Virginia and The Nature Conservancy have purchased 4,188 acres of “environmentally extraordinary land” within the Dragon Run watershed from the Hancock Timber Resource Group.