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Digest

Business digest

By TIMES STAFF
Published April 23, 2007


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Who's news

Suzanne E. Jacobs, BA, RN, OCN, CCRC, and Michelle H. Ellenwood, RNC, CCRC, of the Florida Cancer Institute, New Port Richey, attended a seminar in Orlando entitled "Challenges in Protecting Human Subjects in Research Seven Years Into the Millennium." The seminar was presented by Florida Hospital and the Office of Human Research Protection. Jacobs is Florida Cancer Institute's manager of clinical trials. Ellenwood serves as the institute's clinical research coordinator. Call 1-888-206-0054.

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Jamie Osborne has changed positions and is the director of community relations for Comfort Keeper No Medical In Home Care, Bayonet Point. The company provides in-home care and companion services for those who can no longer get out to run errands or need help in the home and do not want to go into assisted living or a nursing home.

Briefs

Austin Woods Developers LLC has announced the preview of central Pasco County's premiere residential community, located off Bellamy Brothers Boulevard just north of State Road 52. Prospective owners will be able to build on one of only 31 one-acre lots. Call (813) 810-8412.

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Career Central will host its Business Roundtable for Business Owners from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Thursday at 4440 Grand Blvd., New Port Richey. Guest speaker is Dr. Stan Giannet, provost of Pasco-Hernando Community College, and the topic is "Stress in the Workplace." The cost is $15 and includes a continental breakfast. Space is limited. For reservations, call (727) 816-1714, ext. 166 for Georgene Wells or ext. 169 for Barbara Slessman.

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Smith Family Homes has opened a model home center in Lakeside at Seven Oaks, Wesley Chapel, the award-winning master planned community in southeast Pasco County.

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Standard Pacific Homes, formerly known as Westfield Homes, was honored with five awards at the Pasco Building Association's Parade of Homes banquet. Their designs were recognized with three awards for Most Innovative and Creative Design and two awards for Best Overall in their category.

Send all business-related items to Barbara Horr, Pasco Times, 11321 U.S. 19, Port Richey, FL 34668.

[Last modified April 23, 2007, 00:25:05]


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