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SHE’S GOLDEN

At the golden age of 79, Ruth Baynard, also known as Ruth Bay, is bright, witty and full of life. This Chester resident has worked in hospitals as a RN, as a teacher in a maximum security prison, and presently works part-time as a pharmacy technician – and doesn’t think about retirement.

Science author to visit Chesterfield Oct. 5

As part of the Visiting Science Author Program coordinated by Chesterfield County Public Schools (CCPS), Monacan High School will host Dr. Rutger Van Santen on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2011.

Ettrick-Matoaca Library on stage

The Ettrick-Matoaca library renovation was a hot topic last month, as Matoaca District Supervisor Marlene Durfee hosted a community meeting at the building itself.

9/11 – A day of service, remembrance for the community

Sunday, Sept. 11, 2011, was a beautiful, sunny day, just like that fateful Tuesday 10 years earlier. This year, fortunately, the day did not end in shock, sorrow, loss, and devastation. Churches and civic groups around the country, including Chester United Methodist Church (CUMC), encouraged their members to join them for a day of service and remembrance.

Local artist to have art displayed during October

Chester resident Katherine Thompson will have her custom portraits in oil, pastel, and pencil on exhibit during the month of October. An opening reception for her exhibit, “Faces of Promise: Portraits of the Young and Young at Heart,” is Tuesday, Oct. 4, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Weekly calendar

Wednesday, September 28
Computer Class:  DDL for Audiobooks.  Central Library.  10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.  Register library.chesterfield.gov or call 751-CCPL.

Game On!  Ettrick-Matoaca Library.  3 p.m. – 5 p.m.  Details:  526-8087.

Early Literacy Story Time.  Chester Library.  11a.m. – 11:45 a.m.  Details:  748-6341.  Enon Library.  10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m.  Details:  530-3403.

400 years: Publick Days commemorates Henricus’ 400 years

What began as a dream nearly 30 years ago for a handful of folks who envisioned a re-creation of a settlement in Chesterfield County that held the beginnings of a nation, the Henricus Historical Park and nearly 4,000 visitors commemorated its 400th anniversary last weekend during the park’s signature annual event, Publick Days.