What's News Today: February 10, 2016
(WSLS 10) - The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance holds its Business at Breakfast event talking about The Commonwealth Games. Last year, Virginia Amateur Sports announced that the games would move from Salem to Lynchburg. The alliance will talk about the economic impact and what the games will mean for local businesses.
Students from Germantown Academy in Pennsylvania will arrive in the Roanoke Valley today. They will spend part of their spring breaking volunteering with Habitat for Humanity as part of the Collegiate Challenge program. The program brings students from across the country together to help build a better life for others. Students will be in town through the weekend.
Carilion Clinic celebrates Heart Health Month. Today a cardiologist will talk about "keeping your heart healthy at any age," discussing risk factors and strategies for maintaining heart health. The discussion takes place at Berkshire Rehabilitation and Health Center. Registration is required.
Tickets for the spring excursions on the 611 will soon be on sale. Tickets for eligible Virginia Transportation Museum donors will be available this morning at ten. They'll be on sale for the general public beginning Monday. The excursion will run in April from Greensboro to Roanoke. Tickets are available at fireup611.org/.
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