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• Helen Ross McNabb Center announced its slate of officers and new board members for fiscal year 2009. New officers are chair, Dale Read from Read Windows; chair-elect, John Luttrell from Luttrell Development; past-chair, Ward Phillips from Kramer Rayson; secretary, Hugh McWilliams and treasurer, Susan Foard from Pugh and Company. New board members are Deidra Anderson-Whitaker from Morristown-Hamblen Hospital; Linda Gay Blanc from Edward Jones; J.E. Henry and Linda Vaughn.

• AARP is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and as part of the festivities, has released a list of AARP members’ 50 favorite places in Tennessee. List includes Children’s Museum of Oak Ridge, Blount Mansion, Great Smoky Mountains and Graceland.

• Grandbridge Real Estate Capital LLC has closed on a Fannie Mae credit facility worth up to $350 million. Grandbridge is a subsidiary of BB&T Corporation’s Branch Banking and Trust Company.

• Jim Brogan, of Brogan Financial, will offer a non-credit course at Pellissippi State Technical Community College on “How to Thrive Financially in Retirement” from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., July 15 and July 22.  Cost is $59 per person; class will be held at Pellissippi State’s West Knoxville Campus off Hardin Valley Road.  To register, call 865-539-7167.

• Rebecca Ashford will become Pellissippi State Technical Community College’s new vice president of student success and enrollment management, effective July 1.

• LBMC Employment Partners, LLC, a member of the Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain, PC family of companies, has added Emily E. Ledford in its Knoxville office as an HR assistant.

• First Tennessee Bank advanced to second in the southeast region in overall customer satisfaction in the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Retail Banking Satisfaction Study.

• Limited time remains to reserve a booth at the 89th Tennessee Valley Fair. Spaces are available for lease in the Jacob’s Buildling for as little as $360 for all 10 days of the fair. Fair will be held Sept. 5-14. For more information, call Kim Harbin at 865-215-1478.


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