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Rosemary Rifino, licensed clinical social worker, has joined PeaceHealth Medical Group's Behavioral Health Services. Her practice is located at the Barger Medical Building in west Eugene. Rifino has more than 15 years of experience providing mental health services to youths and adults in a variety of settings and specializes in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse prevention, and providing mental health care to multiethnic groups.

Dr. Tannika Christensen, family practice specialist, has joined River Road Medical Group in Eugene. She previously practiced in Utah.

Dr. Robert Barnes, an infectious disease specialist, has joined Dr. Robert Pelz' practice at PeaceHealth Medical Group's Hilyard Street clinic in Eugene. Barnes is board certified in internal medicine, infectious disease medicine and hyperbaric medicine, and he specializes in travel medicine and in the care of chronic infections, HIV and viral hepatitis.

Mid-Valley Glass and Millwork in Eugene has hired Pam Poling as the assistant residential sales manager and Stephen Haner as director of market development. Poling has 30 years of experience in the residential door and window industry. Haner has worked in the commercial door and hardware business for more than 30 years.

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The Lane Branch of the American Association of University Women received the 2007 Community Enrichment Award from Soroptimist International of Eugene for their participation in the Education Foundation and Legal Advocacy Fund and for offering scholarships to women attending college. …

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