Press Publications | Northeast DuPage • mysuburbanlife.com • Friday, May 31, 2013 • NED
Discover Cuba!!! Visit the tropical island of Cuba from October 18-25 on a Chamber-sponsored group tour through Premier World Travel/Chamber Explorations. Sign up in June. $3,599 per person/ double occupancy ($450 single supplement)
Call the Chamber at 630-834-6060 for more information.
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Gabe Tovar (left), Humana MarketPoint manager in Illinois, and Rafal Zakrzewski, Humana MarketPoint director in Illinois, speak to attendees May 15 before cutting the ribbon on Humana’s new Guidance Center in Lombard. The Guidance Center, 2050-50 Finley Road, provides fitness classes, seminars, social activities and assistance with health plans.
• Elmhurst Memorial Hospital’s Wildflower food program was named second honorable mention in Foodservice Equipment & Supplies magazine’s Facility Design Project of the Year. A team of experts examine the workflow, efficiencies, concept expression, design, décor, and equipment and supplies packages for foodservice industry projects. • Elmhurst Memorial Healthcare was recognized with an “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group, an independent national nonprofit run
by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits. • Several employees of the Oakbrook Terrace-based Wolf & Company have been appointed to committees of PKF North America. Russell Romanelli was appointed to the Board of Directors, Jody Gauthier will serve on the Continuing Professional Education Committee, Janet Buckstein will serve on the Business Development and Marketing Committee, and Tim Hughes will serve on the Accounting and Audit Committee.
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