May 30, The Adventure Park at Virginia Aquarium conducted its grand opening ceremony to a crowd of 150 invited guests. Representatives from the City of Virginia Beach, the Virginia Aquarium Foundation and The Adventure Park offered comments and participated in the rope cutting. After the ceremonial festivities, guests were invited to climb and zip!
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The counselors, physicians, psychiatric staff, and family of therapists at Phoenix House proudly invite the public to "Wake Up With Phoenix House," Wednesday, June 11 from 8-19 a.m. This is an opportunity for people to get a glimpse of the services offered by Phoenix House but also for the team to enhance communication and collaboration with community resource providers. Attendees are advised to bring brochures and business cards for a resource exchange and stay for as little or as long as they wish.
Tidewater Builders Association and NetTek are hosting "Clearing the Confusion, what CEOs should know about the CLOUD" on June 24.
For those who love a good steak and a great brew and want to know how to better choose, season, and cook their beef, this class is a must. Executive Chef Scott Simpson is teaming up with Steven Powell of Buckhead Beef and Kevin OConnor of OConnor Brewing Company to present this gourmet guide to beef and beer.
Dawn Hogue, Senior Administrator for the Cayce/Reilly School of Massage, was unanimously elected to the position of Chair for the Commission on Massage Therapy Accreditation (COMTA). Accredited by COMTA in 1996, The Cayce/Reilly School is among the top in the country in maintaining high standards of academic excellence and professional performance.
The Founders Inn and Spa invites people to honor the special dad in their life with barbeque and brews on Sunday, June 15 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The brunch will feature a sumptuous roasted suckling pig and other grilled meats as well as a selection of beers at Swan Terrace Grill.
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As Virginia is home to more than 30 Fortune 1,000 companies and over 70 firms with annual revenues over $1 billion, this is an opportunity to celebrate the constant role businesses play in shaping a more prosperous Commonwealth.