Business notes: Sept. 2

tjefferson@vagazette.com

James A. Burden, DDS & Associates, will sponsor the Greensprings Miles for Smiles 8K Run/Walk Sept. 30 at Jamestown High School.

The event was created to benefit Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center, a local organization that serves the uninsured and medically-underserved.

Participants will be able to choose from an 8K run/walk or a 1- or 2-mile cross country race.

The 8K run/walk will begin at 8:30 a.m. Early sign up registration fee is $25. The race day fee is $30.

The races will begin at 10 a.m. for the 2-mile event and 10:30 a.m. for the 1 mile. The pre-registration fee is $15 and the race day fee is $20.

All the money raised will benefit Olde Towne Medical and Dental Center.

To sign up, visit runsignup.com .

The Avalon Center announced Wednesday it’s taking registrations for itsinaugural Golf Classic.

The Avalon Center provides education, prevention, shelter and support services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the area.

The golf classic will take place 12:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Ford’s Colony Country Club.

The cost is $100 per person. The registration fee includes 18 holes, a golf cart, snacks, beverages and a buffet.

For more details and to register, visit avaloncenter.org/avalon-classic

RJS & Associates Inc. reported the following lease transactions in the greater Williamsburg area:

Village Bank leased 3,000 square feet in New Town at 5372 Discovery Park Blvd. Amber Ox LLC leased 5,360 square feet in the Prince George Commons building in Williamsburg. Watson Mowry expanded its offices in New Town at 5372 Discovery Park Blvd. to 2,750 square feet.

Nachman Realty leased the former 5,500-square-foot BB&T building to expand its real estate and management firm.

Old City BBQ LLC leased the former Yorkshire restaurant building at 700 Richmond Road.

The Williamsburg Health Foundation renewed its lease of 6,938 square feet in the SunTrust Office building in New Town.

GuideStar USA Inc. renewed its lease and expanded its offices to 9,621 square feet in the SunTrust Office Building in New Town.

Williamsburg Landing announced that Debbie Whybra will be the director of its Adult Day Program. The program will provide wellness activities for residents and will launch in January 2018.

Before joining Williamsburg Landing, Whybra was the Director of Resident Services at Patriots Colony. She has more than 30 years experience in dementia programming.

“We are pleased to welcome Debbie to Williamsburg Landing. Her wealth of experience in senior living, particularly in activity programming and dementia education, brings the professionalism and high level of engagement we aspire to for our Adult Day participants,” said Greg Storer, president of Williamsburg Landing, in a news release.

Jefferson can be reached by phone at 757-790-9313.

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