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Realtors graduate from leadership programVictoria Williams, Garrett Lepire, and Judy Black of Coldwell Banker Select Real Estate in Carson City graduated from the LeadershipNVAR 2012 program offered by the Nevada Association of Realtors on Nov. 29 at the M Hotel in Las Vegas.The program identifies emerging leaders and assists them in sharpening leadership skills through a series of workshops held throughout the year. Individuals who graduate from this program exemplify effective leadership skills. For more information, go to summit set Nevada Volunteers, in partnership with NV Energy and MGM Resorts International, invites Nevada business leaders to the state’s first Volunteer and Corporate Engagement Summit from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 18 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.Attendees will learn about the latest research and trends on how civic engagement and volunteerism can improve employee culture and corporate social responsibility. Corporate and nonprofit leaders will discuss why corporate and volunteer engagement is gaining momentum as a successful business strategy, how it can contribute to the state’s economic growth and how corporate-nonprofit partnerships are established and maintained. Participants can also attend the 11th Annual Governor’s Points of Light Awards luncheon celebrating Nevada’s outstanding volunteer efforts set for the same day at the Bellagio. Summit tickets are $80, which includes entry to the luncheon, and are available for purchase through Jan. 11 at For more information, call 775-834-3891.Catch All Eco Trailer Washout new to RenoCatch All Eco Trailer Washout recently opened providing services to truck traffic at the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center. The locally owned company will maintain a focus on an environmentally friendly facility and process. The business plans on hiring up to seven new employees. For more information, call 775-343-1135 or email wins jobsD & D Roofing and Sheet Metal of Sparks says it won contracts for 14 new jobs totaling $1.9 million.The work includes projects at the Nevada Department of Transportation annex in Carson City, Humboldt County Hospital in Winnemucca, Shaffer’s Mill Sport Center in Truckee, Lamoille Valley Plaza and Pavilion Plaza in Elko, Crown Beverages in Sparks and Silver State Charter School, Reno Fire Station No. 2, Southridge Apartments, Prologis North Hills, and GMC/Buick, all in Reno.— Northern Nevada Business WeeklyChromalloy contractChromalloy Gas Turbine Corp. of Carson City won a contract worth $110,644 with the U.S. Navy to repair and maintain blades and compressors in gas-powered engines.— Northern Nevada Business WeeklyAPWA officersDarren Schulz with the City of Carson City Public Works department was elected president of the Nevada Chapter of the American Public Works Association.Northern Nevadans elected to the 2013 Executive Committee include Garth Oksol of the Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County, vice president; Deanna Gray of Bowling Mamola Group, director, second year; Joy Guinn of Nichols Consulting Engineers, director, second year; and Don Pawlowski of Bowling Mamola Group, director, first year.Peter Gulash of Terracon received a one-year appointment for alternate chapter delegate.— Northern Nevada Business Weekly

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