CLOVER -- Susan Flanagan of Clover has achieved board certification as a specialist in Gerontological Nutrition and may now use the designation RD, CSG.
To become board certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration, the credentialing agency for the American Dietetic Association must successfully meet rigorous specialty practice requirements and pass a nationally administered exam. Board certified specialists in GN design, implement and manage safe and effective nutrition strategies to promote the quality of life and health for older adults. They work with older adults to provide optimal nutrition and food sources and information.
Top 10 attractions
CLOVER -- The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce is seeking input on Clover's Top 10 attractions. The chamber plans to produce laminated table tents to place in local restaurants and businesses showcasing the Top 10 attractions in the Clover area. Clover chamber members may submit up to five suggestions. Participants will be entered for a drawing to win three free reservations to the member breakfast on Sept. 9. For details or to submit your choice, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
CLOVER -- The Greater Clover Chamber of Commerce members breakfast is 7:45 a.m. Sept. 9 at Jackson's Kitchen. Dr. Marc Sosne, Clover superintendent, will present the district's strategic plan at the breakfast. The cost is $10 for members, and reservations are required. For more information, call the chamber at 222-3312 or e-mail email@example.com.
LAKE WYLIE -- The developers of Handsmill on Lake Wylie in conjunction with Wingfoot Building Group broke ground Wednesday on the first all-green community clubhouse in the Carolinas. The waterfront clubhouse will feature 'state of the art' green elements in its design, such as rainwater recycling, low water usage landscaping, and many others.
JR Pettus, co-managing partner for Handsmill Enterprises, LLC the developer of Handsmill, says "It was our intent to take this special land that was entrusted to us by Crescent Resources and develop a great place to live that is responsible to the environment and Lake Wylie."
The Aqua Club is located on three prime waterfront acres for the entire private gated community to enjoy. David Simonini of Wingfoot Building Group says "We are working hard to achieve Gold Level LEED status on the clubhouse when completed, making it the first LEED clubhouse of its kind in the Carolinas."
Club room and lounge featuring stone fireplaces and flat screen TVs, flagstone veranda overlooking pool and Lake Wylie, Energy Star appliances and light fixtures, rainwater recycling irrigation system, high efficiency plumbing and HVAC systems, ZOE High Energy Efficient windows by Vetter, exposed beam ceiling in veranda areas, cork flooring in club room and lounge, drought tolerant plants and uutdoor fireplace and grill area and sandy beach with lake access.
For more information, call the Handsmill on Lake Wylie office at 704-714-4600.