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TD Bank has named Joshua E. Ferguson manager of its Centreville store located at 6200 Multiplex Dr. in Centreville. Ferguson is responsible for new business development, consumer lending, and managing personnel and day-to-day operations at the store. Ferguson has more than five years of banking and business development experience. Prior to joining TD Bank, he served as a commercial lender with Fulton Bank in Herndon. Ferguson is a member of the Minority Opportunity Center (MBOC) and the Dulles Chamber of Commerce. He also participates in various business-to-business networking groups in the metro area. A resident of Burke in Fairfax County, Ferguson volunteers with the Centreville Community Foundation. He is a graduate of George Mason University in Fairfax.

Meet local business owners and build a business network through the BNI Business Roundtable. Meetings are Wednesdays at 8 a.m. at Eggspectation, 5009 Weston Plaza Dr., Chantilly. Cost is $8 for Continental breakfast or $12 for hot breakfast. Go to www.bnichantilly.com.

The Centreville Rotary Club has moved its meeting location from the I-Hop in Centreville to the EggsSpectations Restaurant in Chantilly. The Rotary Club meets Tuesdays from 11:30-12:30 p.m. for lunch. There is a new guest speaker every week with topics ranging from estate planning to how the Rotary helps during emergencies. Contact Gregg Caldwell at gregg@gandcauto.com.

The Clifton Business Connection chapter of BNI invites area business professionals to visit its weekly networking meeting held every Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Heart in Hand Restaurant in Clifton. Visit www.bninova.com.

BLOC (Business Leaders of the Community) is celebrating its second anniversary as a business networking group. But this business networking group has a philanthropic role — beside for always doing business and networking with each other. Currently BLOC has grown to two-chapter meeting in Chantilly and Dulles. but the group is looking to expand to other areas, so more people can network with each other and more good works can be done for the community. Call Debra Weeks - Alexander at 703-264-7711 or e-mail dawonlinenow@yahoo.com