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Ormond Beach Observer Saturday, Apr. 30, 2016 3 years ago

BIZ BUZZ: Rose Villa now serves lunch

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Also: The Good Food Truck helps kick off Craft Beer Week
by: Wayne Grant Real Estate Editor

Lunch at Rose Villa

Rose Villa Southern Table and Bar, 43 W. Granada Blvd., now serves lunch from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

The restaurant has a “casual Southern inspired” theme that was started about a month ago. Manager Chris Buffington said future plans call for adding brunch.

Dinner is served Tuesday through Saturday. Call 615-7673 or visit rosevillarestaurant.com.

Craft Beer Week kicks off

The Good Food Truck, an Ormond Beach business, is pairing with Daytona Beach Brewing Company and newly founded Le Brazen Craft Eats and Drinks to kick off the 2016 American Craft Beer Week on May 15. The event at Daytona Beach Brewing Co. will feature four-course meals and craft beers. Tickets are $74.87. Visit lebrazen.com and click on Events.

Green Bank leadership change

Ken LaRoe, CEO of First Green Bank, which has a branch at 175 W. Granada Blvd., has announced the appointment of Cary Berman as president of all five branches. With more than twenty years of banking experience, Berman has a special expertise in retail banking and residential mortgage lending, according to a press release. Visit firstgreenbank.com.

ARC of Volusia changes leader

The Arc of Volusia has announced that Ted Young has been appointed interim CEO of the organization while a search committee will seek a new CEO. David James, CEO since 2012, announced his retirement last week. Young has served on the board of directors and is immediate past Chair. Call 274-4736 or visit arcvolusia.org,

BETNR to build dealership

Tim Newslow, president of BETNR Construction, headquartered in Ormond Beach, has announced that the company has been contracted to build a 16,939-square-foot boat dealership at 520 Dunlawton Ave. in Port Orange for Atlantic Marine. BETNR Construction offers design and construction of residential and commercial buildings. Call 677-6462 or visit betnrconstruction.com.

Law firm reorganized

Attorneys Jeremy J. Buckmaster and J. David Ellzey, Jr., have announced the formation of the new law partnership Buckmaster & Ellzey PLC.  Previously operating as Buckmaster Law, the firm focuses its on criminal, family, and immigration law, and offers family law mediation.

Also, Buckmaster & Ellzey has added Associate Attorney Brian Cantrell, an experienced trial attorney. Visit BuckmasterEllzey.com

 

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