The Notes: Sept. 18-24

Kristen Compton

Kristen Compton

Mina Mohamadian

Mina Mohamadian

Andrea Mocino

Andrea Mocino

Nicole Naone

Nicole Naone

Alex Perico

Alex Perico

Alex Perico is marketing manager at Eastside Cannery. He has been with the company since 2010. Nicole Naone, who started with Eastside Cannery when it opened in 2008, was promoted to casino host. Kristen Compton is banquet sales manager for Cannery Casino and Resorts, working with both the Cannery and Eastside Cannery.

The Las Vegas City Council recognized local law enforcement officers as the Las Vegas Citizens of the Month in August. In addition, Councilwoman Lois Tarkanian honored John Haynal, principal of Roundy Elementary School, and Councilman Stavros S. Anthony recognized the Fuel for Success program, which helps get students interested in math, technology, science and engineering through a partnership with law enforcement agencies and NASCAR teams.

Mina Mohamadian is a member services representative at Clark County Credit Union.

Emmy award-winning and transgender filmmaker Deborah Richards is partnering with Las Vegas-based TickleMe Entertainment. TME is handling all of Richards’ social media and management.

Andrea Mocino is an intern at Smart City Networks, a digital technologies provider for the convention industry.

Scott Nelson is vice president and general manager of Palace Station.

Vanessa Maniago is special adviser to the president at Roseman University. Maniago previously assisted the university with marketing, communications, fundraising and more. She conceived and spearheaded the development and execution of the “Neighborhood Health Series” on Roseman’s Summerlin campus. Maniago will guide the progress of Roseman’s strategic plan and support other executive-level functions.

Mark Sivek, broker and salesperson at Realty One Group and a member of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors board of directors, was featured as a top real estate agent in the Nevada edition of Top Agent Magazine in August.

Drew Weintraub, managing partner of Capital Grille, 3200 Las Vegas Blvd. South, received parent company Darden Restaurants’ Diamond Club status.

Aluna Perry joined Brady, a janitorial supply, equipment and food service distributor, after 10 years as a general manager at Golden Gaming. John Rees joined after several years as an account executive at Sysco; he has 30 years of experience in the industry.

Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman joined the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority’s board of directors, taking over the position previously occupied by Las Vegas Mayor Pro Tem Steve Ross.

Nevada Assemblyman Tyrone Thompson participated in the Council of State Governments’ Henry Toll Fellowship program.

“The Weekend in Vegas,” an entertainment-news program hosted by Jeff Civillico, airs on KTNV on weekends and streams online at

At the Divisions of Industrial Relations, Real Estate and Manufactured Housing, Sharath Chandra is the administrator of the Nevada Real Estate Division. Chandra previously served as the deputy administrator of the Nevada Housing Division. Joe Decker is the administrator for the Division of Industrial Relations. Decker was administrator of the Nevada Real Estate Division. David Heath is the deputy administrator of the Division of Industrial Relations. He previously served as the director of administration for the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District.

Elizabeth Borngesser, senior accountant at Houldsworth, Russo & Co., was awarded her Nevada CPA license.

Broadcast journalist John Daly was inducted into the 2016 Nevada Broadcasters Hall of Fame.

Chubby Cattle is open at 3400 S. Jones Blvd. The restaurant serves Mongolian food.

Fiddlestix is open at the Gold Spike. It replaces the Gold Spike Grill.

The Penta Building Group hosted 19 interns this summer, the most the program has seen since it began 11 years ago with five interns.

LV.Net completed integration and expansion of its network with the purchase of UNSI’s Southern Nevada telecommunications network.

Amorino, which sells gelato, is open at the Linq Promenade.

The Pinecrest Academy Cadence Campus and Lake Mead Christian Academy expansion opened in Henderson. Pinecrest Academy, a tuition-free charter school, opens with kindergarten through ninth-grade classes. The school plans to add a grade each year until 2019. Built on a 14-acre parcel of land donated by the LandWell Co. in 2015, Lake Mead Christian Academy’s expansion will serve grades 7 to 12.

The Eilers-Fantini Quarterly Slot Survey named Aristocrat Technology’s Lightning Link as the industry’s top-performing game in the Premium Leased category. The company also retained the industry’s top Premium Leased portfolio of games for the second consecutive quarter. For the fifth consecutive year, Aristocrat’s Buffalo ranked as the top-performing casino-owned game in the 16th annual Goldman Sachs Slot Survey. Also earning top rankings in the survey were Buffalo Grand and the Game of Thrones Slot Game, which were named Nos. 1 and 2 in the most-anticipated games category.

AAAABCO Storage at 6740 Boulder Highway offers U-Haul trucks, trailers, towing equipment, support rental items and storage.

PUB 365 opened at the Tuscany.

Camel Safari, which offers camel rides, is open near Mesquite.

Los Hispanos magazine, created by Vemex Media Group, has begun publishing. The Spanish-language magazine is geared toward politics, economy, technology, medicine, science, culture and current events.

Goodwill of Southern Nevada’s largest Career Connections center opened at the Boulevard Mall. Made possible in part by a grant from the Engelstad Family Foundation, the 4,900-square-foot career center and training room will allow the nonprofit organization to offer one-on-one career counseling, job training and workshops, and provide computer access and other services at no cost to the unemployed and the underemployed.

La Petite Academy, 4270 S. Rainbow Blvd., achieved accreditation through the National Early Childhood Program Accreditation.