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Valley Woman Becomes New Leader Of Local Business Center

Valley Woman Becomes New Leader Of Local Business Center

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A Harrisonburg woman has been hired to run the Central Virginia Small Business Development Center on Hydraulic Road. Elizabeth Hoge has been working at the Shenandoah Valley Small Business Development Center. Hoge has also taught at James Madison University and Bridgewater College. Her new employer provides training and counseling for businesses in Charlottesville and six nearby counties.

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