Pocahontas State Park welcomed hundreds of visitors on the first day of the New Year. With mild temperatures and lots of sunshine, individuals and families enjoyed casual walks and mountain biking through the various trails located in the park.
The Chesterfield Historical Society of Virginia (CHSV) will present its fifth annual “Winter Lecture Series” in Chesterfield, starting on Jan. 13 and continuing every second Friday evening at 7 p.m. through Mar. 23, 2012.
South Richmond Rotary Club hosted formerly conjoined twins Maria and Teresa Tapia and their mom and aunt during a meeting in December. The family attended the meeting to thank the club, which sponsored their travel to Richmond through the World Pediatric Project (WPP).
The Chesterfield County senior advocate recently announced the 19 graduates of its Senior Ambassadors program, an eight-week course that allows adults 55 and older to broaden their knowledge of the county and to learn how they can better the community through self-enrichment and volunteerism.
Nothing means more during this great holiday season than having families together to celebrate. And, while James and Joyce Dalton of Southern Chesterfield will be much like many ‘blended’ households scrambling to keep the word ‘happy’ in the phrase Happy Holidays, there will be new challenges for the Dalton family to embrace this Christmas.
The war officially ended in Iraq last week with most of the troops home for Christmas, but for the troops in Afghanistan, the war continues and deployment is longer than six months.
Sgt. Jason Glidden, 36, was originally set for a one year deployment in Iraq, leaving behind a heavyhearted family knowing dad would miss Christmas. Last Tuesday, his three children were given a Christmas to remember; dad came home early.