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The Notes: July 16, 2018

Sinful Subs is open at 5135 S. Fort Apache Road, Suite 145, Las Vegas.

Jasmine Taylor is the assistant director of the Sunrise Children’s Foundation.

Sunrise Hospital and Medical Center received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award, which recognizes the hospital’s commitment to ensuring stroke patients receive treatment according to nationally recognized, research-based guidelines.

Dr. Souzan El-Eid, a breast surgeon at Comprehensive Cancer Centers, is chairwoman of the American Society of Breast Surgeons’ Breast Imaging Technologies Certification and Accreditation Committee.

Gerald Ward is executive chef at the Blind Center of Nevada’s Visions of Greatness Center.

The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development board approved applications for 12 businesses, which will bring nearly 700 jobs and $275 million in capital investments. Applicants included Advanced Technologies Management (Pictographics), Caremark, Fortress Innovations, KRS Global Biotechnology, Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers, Sephora, 3PEA International, Alpha Guardian and Cannae Holdings. In addition, the College of Southern Nevada was also approved for a Workforce Innovation for the New Nevada grant, which will fund the development of home health care, nursing assistant and health technology programs.

Chaya Platt and Susan Splan are vice presidents and professional banking relationship managers at Nevada State Bank. Danny Lainhart is vice president, retail banking sales manager and Donna Haberman is vice president, market manager in Southern Nevada. James Chung is branch manager at the Nevada State Bank at 7030 S. Durango Drive.

Flip For Me Gymnastics is open at 8425 Duneville St., Las Vegas.

Capriotti’s is open at the Railroad Pass Travel Center near the Railroad Pass Hotel.

Joining the Discovery Children’s Museum board of trustees were: Kevin Holyfield, vice president of hotel operations for Park MGM; Rebecca Miltenberger, shareholder at Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Boyd Nelson, vice president of strategy and corporate development of Southwest Gas Holdings and Southwest Gas Corp.; Lynda Tache, political director in Nevada for Marsy’s Law; and Ashlee Washington, vice president and community relations manager for Bank of America.

Hadco Staffing Solutions is open at 8935 S. Pecos Road, Suite 21C, Henderson.

Dimitri Mihaloliakos and Thad Lawrence are shareholders and principals at Burke Construction Group. Mihaloliakosis is vice president of estimating; Lawrence is vice president of preconstruction.

Nicole Johnson is social media coordinator with Clark County Credit Union.

Southern Hills Hospital & Medical Center offers procedures done with a Mako advanced robotic arm for total knee, partial knee and total hip replacements. The first procedure using the device was performed at the hospital by Dr. Roger Fontes.

Alexander Haberl is regulatory development manager with Gaming Laboratories International.

Carmen Amen is general counsel for the Latin Chamber of Commerce.

John Burke is vice president of memberships at Las Vegas HEALS.

Las Vegas Metro Officer David Anthony is PETA’s 2018 Sexiest Vegan Next Door.

Back Bar USA is developing specialty cocktails for Mina Group’s restaurants.

Gov. Brian Sandoval appointed Dallas Haun, chairman of Nevada State Bank, to the Nevada Athletic Commission.

Justin Wilson is an associate attorney at Solomon Dwiggins & Freer. Wilson focuses on tax, estate and business planning, and asset protection.

Carole Fisher, president and CEO of Nathan Adelson Hospice, joined the Visiting Nurse Associations of America’s board of directors.

Shanice Stevens is the education engagement specialist at Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada.

Lisa de Marigny is president and CEO of Omni Limousine.

The San Martin campus of Dignity Health-St. Dominican Hospitals received a Best in Keys Award from the National Association of Healthcare Access Management. The award recognized success following the association’s AccessKeys guidelines.

UNLV received $11.4 million from the National Institutes of Health to build a center of excellence in personalized medicine. Personalized medicine is based on the concept that a person’s DNA holds crucial clues for effective treatment and disease prevention.

Desert Radiology is the official imaging partner for the Las Vegas Aces. Desert Radiology will provide diagnostic care to the team administering magnetic resonance imaging, X-rays, CT scans and services.

Las Vegas Oddities and Bugs, Bones, and Stones are sharing one storefront at 1228 S. Main St., Las Vegas.

Caesars Entertainment Corp. is creating branding and licensing opportunities with four of its brands — Caesars Palace, Flamingo, the Cromwell and the Linq.

Smart City Networks is the IT Systems Management provider for internet and data services at the new Entertainment & Sports Arena in Washington, D.C.

Patty Aguilar is vice president, relationship manager at the Spanish Ridge branch of Meadows Bank. Veronica Walthall and Stacey Turpin are tellers at the Pahrump branch.

Heather Gozdiskowski is assistant project manager at Grand Canyon Development Partners.

Caesars Entertainment set science-based targets to drastically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the company and throughout its supply chain. The Science Based Targets initiative is a collaboration among CDP, the United Nations Global Compact, World Resources Institute and the World Wide Fund for Nature. Targets adopted by companies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions are considered “science-based” if they are in line with the level of decarbonization required to keep global temperature increase below 2 degrees Celsius compared with pre-industrial temperatures.


This story originally appeared in the Las Vegas Weekly.