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Siteline Architecture moves to new location

Richard Baker and Andrew Pawlowski will move their Nevada City business, Siteline Architecture, to 416 Broad St. in three weeks.

The architectural partnership opened in June.

Sierra Business

Council names Vision 2020 award winners

Truckee-based Sierra Business Council named two area residents as Vision 2020 award winners.

Speranza Avram, director of the Northern Sierra Rural Health Network in Nevada City, was recognized for establishing a rural telemedicine network to bring affordable and high-quality health care to people in remote locations.

Chauncey Poston, a Grass Valley real estate agent, was recognized for leading the Natural Heritage 2020 program.

Lilly recognized by Gold Valley Insurance

Gold Valley Insurance employee Esther Lilly was named Employee of the Quarter for the fourth quarter. Lilly works as commercial lines assistant for the Grass Valley firm.

Monir honored by CIC

A leading insurance professional organization recently recognized Grass Valley resident Donna Monir, CIC of Arthur J. Gallagher Insurance Brokers, for dedication and ongoing leadership in the insurance industry.

The Society of Certified Insurance Counselors (CIC) honored Monir for 10 years of successfully maintaining the Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation, denoting significant commitment to advanced knowledge and customer service.

“This honor is an acknowledgment of the priority Donna Monir places on education and professional growth,” cited the society’s president, Dr. William T. Hold. “Customers, associates and the insurance profession as a whole benefit from such dedication,” he added.

The CIC program is nationally recognized as the premier continuing education program for insurance professionals, with programs offered in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.

Headquartered in Austin, Texas, the Society of CIC is a not-for-profit organization and the founding program of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research.

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