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Frank Fenello Named to Lead UHY Advisors’ Southeastern Office in Atlanta

UHY Advisors has named Frank Fenello as the new head of its southeast operations, leading a team of more than 40 professionals and serving clients across the region from the firm’s Atlanta office.  As Managing Director, Fenello will be responsible for all operations of the office, with a particular focus on expanding the firm’s audit, attest and tax services.  He continues his role as Managing Director of UHY Advisors Management Consulting practice.

Fenello has more than 20 years of professional consulting and leadership experience in the finance, audit, and related project services industry.  He joined UHY Advisors in 2009.

“As we expand our capabilities in the southeast, Frank Fenello is providing the leadership to continue our strong growth there,” said Tony Frabotta, co-CEO of UHY Advisors.  “In the current economic and financial situation, our clients expect their consultants to be more than simply up-to-date on the latest financial requireme

Career Camp at Dunwoody UMC

DUNWOODY, GA -- Dunwoody United Methodist Church (1548 Mount Vernon Road, Dunwoody, 30338) is hosting a two-day career camp for people who are searching for jobs or thinking about changing careers.

The sessions will take place at the church from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 19 and Thursday, Oct. 21. Each session will feature a light supper, a keynote speaker and a personalized résumé review for participants.

Attendees will choose two workshops to attend each night. These sessions include:

Tuesday, Oct. 19
* Re-energize Your Job Search
* Finding Work When There Are No Jobs
* How to Ace the Interview
* Seeing Your Job Search 20/20 in Tough Times

Thursday, Oct.

Pub Night for Young Professionals

SANDY SPRINGS, GA -- Mix and mingle with area young professionals during Pub Night at the Ship and Anchor (5975 Roswell Road NE, Sandy Springs, 30328) on Thursday, Oct. 28 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

There is no charge to attend. All interested young professionals ages 24-39 are invited to come out for networking and cocktails in a casual, relaxed setting.

Pub Night is a monthly event of The 400 Club, the Sandy Springs/Perimeter Chamber of Commerce's young professionals group. For more information, contact the Chamber at 678-443-2990.

The 400 Club's October Pub Night is sponsored by Operation Boot Camp.

Women's Business Network Luncheon

SANDY SPRINGS, GA -- The Sandy Springs Women's Business Network will host a luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Any and all professional businesswomen are invited to attend this informational event at Food 101 (4969 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, 30342). The cost is $20 for Sandy Springs/Perimeter Chamber of Commerce members and $25 for guests. Attendees are asked to register online at the Chamber website.

Bernadette Boas, founder of The Boas Group consulting service business, will deliver the keynote address, "Transitioning from Season to Season."

The Women's Business Network is a program of the SS/P Chamber of Commerce. It is a professional networking and development group created by women, for women.

"Smart Start" Networking Breakfast in Dunwoody

DUNWOODY, GA -- The Dunwoody Chamber of Commerce will hold its monthly "Smart Start" networking breakfast on Wednesday, Oct. 20 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

The breakfast will be at Staybridge Suites (4601 Ridgeview Road, Atlanta, 30346). Member attendance is $5 with registration or $10 at the door; non-member attendance is $15 with registration or $20 at the door.

Doug Grady with the High Achievers Network will share entertaining and practical sales techniques during the event.

Attendance is limited and registration is advised. For information, call 678-244-9700 or visit the Chamber's website.

Former Pro Makes It All the Way Home

ATLANTA -- Former pro Heath Honeycutt had some healing to do before returning to the sport he loves.

"It took me a long time to get back into baseball," Honeycutt said. "I was very dejected and upset that I did not really leave on my terms."

The Georgia Tech alum now lives and breathes baseball as owner of Ninth Inning Baseball in Chamblee, where he trains the next generation of athletes.

"I love every second of it," he said. "I love to see the guys with the same love and excitement in their attitude that I had when I was playing."

Honeycutt played for the Chattahoochee High School Cougars in Alpharetta and then went on to Tech, where he was the only player to start every game in 1998. He was named the Yellow Jackets MVP.

Make Your Own Rain Barrel

Collecting rainwater in rain barrels for use during dry months is an excellent way to conserve water and reduce water bills and the DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management (DWM) will host a Rain Barrel workshop for DeKalb citizens on Saturday, Sept. 25 at the Tucker Recreation Center (4898 Lavista Road in Tucker).