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Voting in the Lynchburg Living Best Of Readers' Choice Awards
Choosing the best of the best from among the dozens of candidates is no easy task. The Lynchburg Living Best of Readers' Choice Awards (OLBA) is an awards program that celebrates the achievements of our local businesses. The program is one of the best examples of how we can work together to improve the quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors of our community. OLBA recognizes local businesses that exemplify Lynchburg's diverse culture, philanthropy, and commitment to excellence. We also award our top rated businesses the Tayloe Murphy Resilience Award, a coveted prize that honors companies that exemplify resilience and success in our community.
The OLBA awards are a time-honored tradition and have been going strong since 1986. The organization's awards ceremony takes place at the beginning of every October. A recent OLBA awards ceremony honored one of our most storied local businesses. This year's awards were presented to two local organizations. One of the winners was a local credit union, the other was a glitzy upscale restaurant. OLBA's award ceremony was attended by a few luminaries from both organizations, including the city's mayor and its former chief of police. The ceremony also ushered in a new exhibit at the Court House museum. This is a major milestone for OLBA as well as the city of Lynchburg. We look forward to celebrating this milestone in the years to come!
OLBA's most important role is to promote the local businesses that make our community a better place to live, work, and play. To accomplish this, OLBA works closely with our city's many business leaders to develop a more collaborative approach to business development.
Oregon State residence halls
During her first year at Oregon State University, Jessica Lucas lived in the International Living Learning Center (ILLC). She liked the ILLC's amenities and community. She also said it was one of the best residence halls at OSU.
The International Living Learning Center is located near Reser Stadium and Gill Coliseum. It is a large, modern residence hall with single and double rooms available for rent. It also has large gathering spaces and classrooms. In addition, the ILLC has a grocery store, Cascadia Market.
One of the most popular residence halls at OSU is Weatherford Hall. It is located on the west side of the campus. It was voted into the top three residence halls because of its study areas and its visual appeal. It also is close to many academic buildings.
West Hall is also one of the two Honors College residence halls. Its rooms are suite-style. Each room includes an in-room sink, window coverings, and a bed. The residence hall also has a pool and a large main lounge. Each room also has an adjacent semi-private bathroom.
ILLC is also home to the INTO-OSU (International New Student Orientation Program) which is designed to prepare international students for their time at OSU. It also has a coffee shop called the Cascadia Cafe. The ILLC is close to many other campus amenities including the OSU Beaver Store, Reser Stadium, and Gill Coliseum.
Residents must remove trash to the centralized collection area. They must also clean up and discard leftover food on a regular basis. Residents must also keep their sports equipment in a safe, designated area. If they fail to do this, the University will charge them. They must also report lost items to the University immediately. If they lose a key, they can check out a temporary key. A $5.00 key loan charge will be applied after three checkouts.
University Housing also prohibits residents from using combustible materials in residence halls. They are also prohibited from changing the lock on a room, or from propping open a room's door. They are also prohibited from displaying items in the windows, except when approved by authorized University personnel. They are also prohibited from climbing or jumping out of an outside balcony.
The University Housing Department also prohibits residents from storing personal property in common areas. They are also prohibited from removing window limiters. They are also prohibited from using fire service features such as kerosene lamps or smoke detectors.
Residents must also adhere to quiet hours. Quiet hours are in place between 10 PM and 8 AM on weekdays and between noon and 8 AM on weekends. If residents become unable to keep their room quiet, they can check out a temporary key. If a resident does not have a key, they can obtain access from their student leader or a resident leader.