This October, Asheville Community Theatre is hosting Guess Who: A Costume Quest, an outdoor walking tour/interactive game. This family friendly event features costumed characters from past ACT plays and musicals and takes place in the parking lots and outdoor grounds at Asheville Community Theatre. The show will have six dates and features staggered tour times to maintain social distancing (tours begin at 6:00 pm and end by 9:00 pm).
Champion Credit Union is proud to announce that their President/CEO Jake Robinson has been selected as a 2020 Trailblazer by Business North Carolina. This is a select group of young professionals who are making a difference in their small towns. The group consists of successful young professionals under the age of 40 who work in small towns across the state with fewer than 100,000 residents. For more information on Robinson and the 2020 Trailblazer group, visit BusinessNC.com.
This October, Asheville Community Theatre is hosting Guess Who: A Costume Quest, an outdoor walking tour/interactive game. This family friendly event features costumed characters from past ACT plays and musicals and takes place in the parking lots and outdoor grounds at Asheville Community Theatre. The show will have six dates and features staggered tour times to maintain social distancing (tours begin at 6:00 pm and end by 9:00 pm). Tickets and more information can be found online.
What does the road ahead look like for the Buncombe County TDA? That’s the question they will tackle at their upcoming virtual Annual Meeting on October 7th. Earl B. Hunter, Jr., founder & President of Black Folks Camp Too, will serve as keynote speaker. Register online today.
Election security. A pandemic. Rampant misinformation on social media. And the risk of local issues such as the Asheville City Council race getting lost in the shuffle. The stakes for the 2020 election have never been higher. The Mountain Xpress needs your help to reach as many local voters as possible. Help them raise $9,000 by Wednesday, Oct. 7, and they will distribute thousands of free voter guides to locations across Buncombe County from Oct. 14 through Election Day on Tuesday, Nov. 3. You can make a contribution at SupportMountainX.com.
To celebrate Columbus Day, Texas Roadhouse is bringing back their Ready to Grill butcher packs! Snag small or large packs of marinated chicken breasts, ribeyes, sirloins, and more ahead of time so you can focus on family time this Columbus Day. The packs are preorder only, and available for pickup between Thursday, October 8th through Monday, October 12th. Visit their website to place your order.
First Horizon Bank is pleased to announce Stephanie Lee as South Asheville Banking Center Manager. Lee will be responsible for leading a team of retail professionals and increasing business development for the Asheville market. Lee serves on the Board of Directors for the Western Women’s Business Center and is a member of the Early College Advisory Council and Rotary Club of South Asheville.
AdventHealth Hendersonville warmly welcomes certified neonatal nurse practitioner Theresa Adams, RNC, MSN, NNP-BC, to its comprehensive team of providers offering award-winning mother and baby care. Adams will provide full-time newborn care in The Baby Place at AdventHealth Hendersonville and joins the team after most recently serving at University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville.
The Board of Directors of Mountain Credit Union in Waynesville, NC, recently announced that Amy Woody has officially taken over the position of Chief Executive Officer. Her predecessor, Patty Idol, had been President / CEO since 1999 and retired earlier this month. Woody has over 29 years of credit union experience, including a total of 23 years at Mountain Credit Union. Her career with MCU began in 1985 when she helped open their branch in Fletcher, NC. She was promoted to Branch Manager during her years in Fletcher and worked there until 1991. After working for Community Bank and McDowell Cornerstone Credit Union in Marion, NC, she returned to MCU in 2003 in the role of Executive Vice President.
AdventHealth Hendersonville is thrilled to announce the addition of Gergana Dimitrova, MD, to its team of medical providers. Dr. Dimitrova is board-certified in general adult psychiatry and neurology and offers decades of clinical experience in her specialty with a personalized approach focused on long-term wholeness and health. She will provide care for patients in the AdventHealth Hendersonville Behavioral Health Unit.
The YMCA of Western North Carolina is putting safety first as it welcomes members back for indoor workouts and wellness. The Y’s safety precautions include frequent cleaning, health screenings, mask requirements and upgraded air filtration. With capacity limited to 30 percent, members have plenty of room for a socially distanced indoor workout.
Texas Roadhouse is hiring! They currently have open positions for hosts, bussers, servers, and back of house. Call (828) 274-4311 or stop in at their 230 Hendersonville Rd. location to learn more and start your application today.
Friday Staffing is looking to hire motivated, team players for the following positions as well as apprentices for the January semester: production technicians, machine operators, office administrators, and many more. Stop by their office on Wednesday, September 30th for their next job fair; they will have snacks and a recruiter that is ready to interview you and help you jumpstart your new career!
Randy Buckner and Jeff Imes were recently promoted at IFB Solutions, the nation’s largest employer of people who are blind or visually impaired. Buckner is now Vice President of Operations Support, leading quality, contracts, engineering, and R&D for IFB Solutions nationwide. He continues to oversee Asheville operations. Imes is now Asheville Plant Manager reporting to Buckner. He manages all aspects of the Asheville facility which employs about 130 people.