New Practice Opened
SELBYVILLE, Del. – Atlantic General Hospital and Health System announced the opening of a new internal medicine practice in Selbyville, Del., conveniently located within the Strawberry Center on Route 113.
AGHS Internal Medicine/Selbyville will be the new office of Dr. Nhu Tran, a board-certified internal medicine physician with twenty years of experience in providing adult healthcare.
Tran takes a holistic approach to health and wellness and has a passionate interest in caring for the elderly and the undeserved, having provided care for Latinos and Chinese immigrants of Lower East Side New York.
“It is a great privilege for me to be part of Atlantic General Hospital Health System and to have the opportunity to dedicate my services to maintain and improve the health of the people of this community,” said Tran. “It is good to feel welcomed, and I welcome all.”
Tran sees adult patients of all ages and looks forward to caring for residents of Selbyville and the surrounding area. She is fluent in five languages, including Spanish, and welcomes Latino patients.
A ribbon cutting and open house will be celebrated on Monday, April 26 from 4-6 p.m. The formal ribbon cutting is scheduled for 5 p.m. The community is cordially invited.
New Members Installed
BERLIN – The Coastal Delmarva Chapter of the Women’s Council of Realtors held its annual installation of new members last month at the Community Center of Glen Riddle.
Twenty new members were installed including both Realtors from the local area as well as affiliates of businesses supporting the real estate industry.
Susan Myszkowski, president of the Md. State Chapter of WCR, gave words of inspiration as well as Lynette Catha, president of the Coastal Delmarva chapter.
“At no time that I can think of has it been more important to take advantage of the benefits and huge network of professionals that make up the National Association of Realtors recognized "Women’s Council of Realtors". Being a member of a 13,000-plus national organization offers many opportunities to learn, grow professionally and network which in turn allows us to serve our clients not just locally but across the country as well,” Myszkowski said.
The new members include Terry Daly, Elaine Davidson, Gee Dunsten, Carrie Doto, Sheila Dodson, Cindy Purcell, Noreen Scalice, Kaytly Paul, Carl Ortman, Pat Riordan, Sally Stout, Ann Hammond, Mary Kinnikin, Mike McCloud, Judy Robinson, John Robinson, Sharon Shirk, Lea WImbrow, Joyce Landsman, Andreas Kastrunes and David Dypsky.
Business Adds New System
OCEAN CITY – Ocean City will have a brand new laser tag attraction this summer with the addition of Lasertron to Planet Maze on 33rd Street
The new Laser Tag system brings the newest extreme technology to the game. Laser Tag is a competitive game where players tag each other with light beams to score points. The game is played indoors in an arena filled with fog, barriers, black lights and sound effects. Teens and adults enjoy Lasertron and it can be used for team building, corporate ice breakers, youth groups, sports clubs, parties, family reunions and more. The new system features changeable modes called “C.H.I.P.S.” (Competitive Human Interactive Player Software) to keep the action new and exciting. It allows the game to be played in 12 different modes including: stealth, super rapid fire, force field, virus and deflector mode accelerating the experience.
Owners Jamie Albright and Rina Thaler are excited to bring this new attraction to Ocean City for both the visitors and the locals, as it offers a different twist to the amusement market.
“When we opened Planet Maze 15 years ago, we introduced Laser Tag to Ocean City; now with this new game of Lasertron we are taking it to the next level,” Thaler said. “Everyone in town knows how important it is to attract people to Ocean City, we feel it is equally important to give them something new and fresh to do when they get here.”
Albright added, “Not only is the equipment changing, we have gutted and redone the playing arena. This is fast action, intense play and fierce competition that the Delmarva Peninsula has never seen.”
The new arena features glowing archways, a real time scoreboard, and a new airlock chamber. Lasertron is scheduled to open April 17 and a grand opening celebration is being scheduled for May. Membership cards will be available for the “players club” and leagues will start in the fall.