Also among today’s business updates: Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods; Boardman Schools Fund for Educational Excellence; and the National Headache Foundation.
YOUNGSTOWN – Hubbard Chevrolet of Greenwood on Friday donated a custom Chromebook cart with 30 Education Edition Chromebooks to Hubbard Elementary School, 150 Hall Avenue SE.
“We are very happy to finally be able to donate this Chromebook cart to elementary school and see the positive impact it will have on the students,” said Steve Rotunno, New Car Manager at Hubbard Chevrolet in Greenwood, in a press release. “It’s been in the works for a while, but we’re excited to finally roll it out and see how much fun students will have with it and how it will enhance their education. “
Red, White & True sale event underway at Baird Brothers
CANFIELD – The 10th Annual Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods Red, White & True Sale Event is underway and will continue through Sunday.
Customers can shop at the Baird Brother website on Saturdays and Sundays, or at its location at 7060 Crory Road or by phone at 330-533-3122 on Saturdays. There will be no on-site activities, but customers can enter to win 400 square feet of flooring valued at over $ 3,000.
“We’re definitely short of Red, White & True in-person activities and factory tours, but we’re happy to still offer customers our biggest sale of the year,” said Steve Stack, Director of Business Development. new business, in a press release. “We’ve extended the sale so people have more time to shop, and we’re doing videos, interviews and tours on our social platforms to let customers see what’s going on behind the scenes here.”
Virtual factory tours and featured products can be found on Baird Brothers’ Facebook and Instagram pages.
Baird Brothers is also encouraging donations to the Second Harvest Mahoning Valley Food Bank throughout the sale event.
“Over the past years we have raised donations to help fight hunger right here in the valley,” Stack said. “We also want to have a big impact with our 2021 event, and we will be accepting donations to Second Harvest Food Bank throughout the sale.”
Boardman Schools Fund announces changes to board of directors
BOARDMAN – The Boardman Schools Fund for Educational Excellence recently announced two changes to its board of directors.
Matthew H. Gambrel has been elected Vice President and joins fellow officers Lynda Beichner, President; Michael Walston, treasurer; and Annie Sofran, secretary.
Kate Spiers, a 2000 Boardman High School graduate and architect at BSHM Architects Inc., is a new member of the board.
The Boardman Schools Fund for Educational Excellence is a non-profit organization that provides grants to teachers for classroom projects that are beyond the reach of those funded by the school’s education budget.
The organization has awarded more than $ 75,000 since its inception in 2009, according to a press release.
For more information on the organization or its reverse raffle, visit its website or Facebook page.
Svoboda obtains additional qualification certificate in headache medicine
YOUNGSTOWN – Nurse practitioner Andrea L. Svoboda recently received the Certificate of Supplementary Qualification in Headache Medicine, administered by the National Headache Foundation.
Svoboda, of Boardman, received a master’s degree in nursing from Chamberlain College and earned her certification as a family nurse practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She has been practicing at Mercy Health-Youngstown Neurology since 2016.
The goals of the AQH are to set standards of headache practice and to help people with migraines and headache disorders find clinicians who can provide optimal headache health care. , indicates a press release.
For a list of AQH professionals, click here.
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