Girl Scouts of Gateway Council looking for new CEO

Published: Sunday, April 1, 2012 at 6:01 a.m.
Last Modified: Friday, March 30, 2012 at 9:27 p.m.

Following an announcement by the Girl Scouts of Gateway Council that CEO Sandra “Sam” Tysver plans to retire in June 2013, Gateway Council’s Board of Directors has begun establishing a search committee to identify CEO candidates. Leading the search process will be Gainesville resident Nona Jones, the board’s first vice chair.

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Magnolia Plantation Bed and Breakfast of Gainesville has been awarded North America’s Most Pet-Friendly Bed and Breakfast 2012 by Pamela Lanier’s B&B Directory, based in Petalua, Calif. Magnolia Plantation won the award from a pool of more than 8,500 inns.

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North Florida Regional Medical Center has announced the recipients of the 2011 Frist Humanitarian Awards: Dr. Matthew Ellis for Physician Frist Award, Mary North for Volunteer Frist Award, and Simon Flatt for Employee Frist Award. The award honors outstanding individuals for their humanitarian and volunteer activities and to recognize Hospital Corporation of America employees and volunteers who perform their work with concern.

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Three distinguished University of Florida faculty members have been appointed as Elizabeth Wood Dunlevie Honors Term Professors for the 2012-13 academic year. Timothy Fik of the department of geography, Connie Mulligan of the department of anthropology, and Anna Peterson of the department of religion will each teach a course for the Honors Program during the fall semester.

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Clay Electric Cooperative’s members voted to elect four members to the board of trustees during the co-op’s 74th annual meeting. Susan Reeves, the incumbent for District 3, was re-elected. Dewitt Hersey defeated David Hamilton for the District 5 seat, while the incumbent trustee for District 7, John Henry Whitehead, was elected to his third term. Jo Ann R. Smith was elected to the remaining one-year term for District 8.

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Jeff Tice, Brenda Banks and Jennifer McIntosh, of Brookfield Residential Property Services Company, have received awards from Prudential Real Estate. Tice received the President’s Circle award and Banks and McIntosh both received the Leader’s Circle award.

Alachua County fictitious name filings, new and renewed

March 18-23

  • AAA Transmission & Auto Repair, 1011 SE Second Ave., Gainesville
  • Atmosphere Apps, 408 W. University Ave., Gainesville
  • Birth & Wellness Center of Gainesville LLC, 934 SW Rum Island, Fort White
  • Bombay Restaurant — Jolie, 6529 NW 56th Ave., Gainesville
  • Cris Crawford’s Clydes Tire and Brake Service, 5344 SW 63rd Blvd., Gainesville
  • Culinary Camp Gainesville, 2221 NW 42nd Ave., Gainesville
  • Custom Birdworks of Florida, P.O. Box 83, Hawthorne
  • CYM Coffee, P.O. Box 357131, Gainesville
  • Dive High Springs, 16264 NW 202nd Drive, High Springs
  • EMC Marketing, 16264 NW 202nd Drive, High Springs
  • Florida Backyard Solutions, 14524 SW 15th Ave., Jonesville
  • Gainesville Door Company, 3007 SW 132nd Terrace, Archer
  • Martinback Group, 10930 NW Ninth Place, Gainesville
  • My Smart Hands Gainesville/High Springs, 21523 NW 190th Ave., High Springs
  • Netgen Financial, 2921 NW 24th Terrace, Gainesville
  • Osprey Constructors LLC, 410 NW 122nd St., Gainesville
  • Right Track Athletic & Scholastics Foundation, 3423 SE 35th Place, Gainesville
  • Salon 23, 1135 NW 23rd Ave., Suite E, Gainesville
  • Sarah’s Hair Studio, 2714 NW 147th St., Newberry
  • Spotlight Website Design, 5200 NW 43rd St., Nos. 102-213, Gainesville
  • Starmer Systems, 3515 SW 39th Blvd., Gainesville
  • Wood Creek Neighborhood Association, 2440 NW 38th Ave., Gainesville

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