Trosper Communications, LLC Names Sue Smuskiewicz Director of Administration

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(HENDERSON, Nev.) — Elizabeth Trosper, Principal of Trosper Communications, LLC, is proud to announce the naming of Sue Smuskiewicz as the firm’s Director of Administration effective immediately. Sue joined the firm in 2010 as chief copywriter and core reader. In her new role, Sue will continue her previous duties and manage and maintain the firm’s administrative functions, as well as assist in human resources and accounting. Sue previously served as the Publications Writer for the Performing Arts Center at the College of Southern Nevada (CSN).

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The View: HowRU program’s daily calls check on seniors

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(Gary Duffel, left, and Favil West, right, of the nonprofit Foundation Assisting Seniors, help Bob Brill sign up for the HowRU Program in September 2014. Brill was the program’s first participant, and Duffel is its vice president and founder.)

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VEGAS INC: The Notes: Philanthropy, April 19-25

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The Henderson Police Officers’ Association donated $25,000 to the National Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Fund to support the National Law Enforcement Museum being built in Washington, D.C. It will be the nation’s largest museum honoring America’s law enforcement officers.

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Katie Coombs Joins KNEWS 107.3FM Radio as Host of “Uncommon Sense”

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Katie Coombs, host of “Uncommon Sense,” recently joined KNEWS 107.3FM Reno’s News Radio. Through her show, Coombs shares her knowledge and advice, focusing on family values and parental leadership through the simple use of common sense. The show airs Saturdays from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

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Safe Pools Rule! PSA 2015

Henderson and Las Vegas firefighters, as well as the American Red Cross, join together to help spread the word about water safety and stress the importance of the A,B,C&Ds of drowning prevention.

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Nevada Business Magazine: What’s the Good News/Bad News About Living in Nevada?

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“The good news is that, in living here, residents have access to many activities within a short drive and, of course, world-class entertainment. The bad news is the sweltering summer heat is here to stay.”|
Ken Kerby | President, Henderson Police Officers’ Association

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