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The Winchester-Frederick County Bar Association recently elected its officers for the 2013-2014 year. Nate L. Adams III of Adams and Jones PLC, was elected president and replaces William Bassler. Timothy M. Mayfield, of Harrison & Johnston, was elected vice president. David L. Hensley, of the Law Office of Gunter Hensley PC, was named treasurer and Mary L.C. Daniel, esquire of The Daniel Group, PC, was named secretary.

The Bank of Clarke County has announced the promotion of three of its staff to officer positions at its Old Town Center branch. Scott H. Moore, who has worked at the bank since 2005, has been named a vice president. Robert J. Hobbs Jr., has worked at the bank since 2010 and has been named an assistant vice president. Rosa R. See has been with the bank since 1997 and has been named Loan Processing Officer.

Sean Dudley, financial advisor at Edward Jones in Winchester, won the firm's Jim Phillips Award. Given to 33 of the firm's 12,000 financial advisers, the award was for his "exceptional achievement in building client relationships."

Daryl Bell joined the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum on Aug. 13 as its new lead museum educator, replacing Jan Kirby. Bell, most recently serving as senior program manager at Elderhostel in Boston, has 20 years of teaching experience and has traveled abroad in more than 40 countries. His wife, Jennifer, is the downtown manager of Winchester.

Shenandoah Community Health has announced the addition of Dr. Amy Lewis, DDS, and Heather Eckenrode, family nurse practitioner, to its team of health care providers. Lewis, who graduated from the West Virginia University School of Dentistry, is a dentist at Healthy Smiles Oral Health Center, 58 Warm Springs Ave., Martinsburg, W.Va. Eckenrode, who graduated with a master of science in nursing from Shenandoah University, is a board-certified family nurse practitioner at Shenandoah Community Health Center, 99 Tavern Road, Martinsburg, W.Va.

The Southerlands of Front Royal will host a Shenandoah Senior Networking Group on Tues., Aug. 27, at 9 a.m. Sgt. Sam Carr of the Warren County Sheriff's Office will discuss Project Lifesaver at the event. The meeting is open to "anyone in business wanting to network with other business and organizations interested in the wellbeing of senior citizens" and will offer free coffee and refreshments.

The Linden Heights Animal Hospital, 274 Linden Drive, Winchester, recently achieved accreditation by the American Animal Hospital Association following a reevaluation of the veterinary hospital's patient care, practice protocols, medical equipment, facility and client service.


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