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Wings of Freedom tour comes to Chesterfield County Airport

Three World War II aircraft flew into the Chesterfield County Airport Friday, Oct. 21 bringing the Wings of Freedom Tour to veterans – as well as their families – and folks from around the region.

Pastor Moore, new page in the book of Enon Baptist Church

Enon Baptist Church recently celebrated its 162nd year since its creation with the installation of Pastor Michael Moore. A native of Colonial Heights, Moore, a long-time resident of Enon, accepted the position after a long journey to find his true vocation.

Traveling the west, old cars and opportunities

I go to the West for the incredible scenery, history, freedom – and the old cars. These old Fords and Chevys can survive for decades out in the desert. The cars are beginning to disappear; some get swept away in flash floods, some become valuable for parts or even restoration and some get shot full of holes.

Chester Library to display art of Jorge Diaz in November

Jorge Diaz’s artwork will be on exhibit at the Chester Library from Nov. 5-26. The opening reception, sponsored by the Chesterfield Center for the Arts Foundation, will be on Saturday, Nov. 5, 3 - 4:30 p.m., in the Maud Hurt Meeting Room in the Chester Library.

Weekly calendar

Wednesday, November 2
Chester Choices Book Discussion Group.  Chester Library.  “The Postmistress” by Sarah Blake will be discussed.  10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.  Details:  748-6341.

TDHS Specialty Center for Visual & Performing Arts Open House.  3626 W. Hundred Rd.  7 p.m.  Details:  768-6245 ext. 6664.

Bilingual Spanish-English Story Time.  Meadowdale Library.  7 p.m. – 7:45 p.m.  Details:  318-8778.

Ghost Writer: Chester author living the Halloween lifestyle

Halloween to writer Pamela K. Kinney is not merely a day celebrated on Oct. 31; rather it’s kind of a lifestyle. Her job requires that she be in the eerie mood for 12 months of the year – even at Christmas time.

Nunnally Oak grows five inches this decade

One may not think too much about a tree and its history, or its standing in the community and the events that occurred over the passages of time There is one tree, a great white oak, that stands tall in the courtyard of the Historic 1917 Courthouse in Chesterfield, which historians protect and measure its growth every 10 years.