New officers of the board of The Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield are: president, Dr. Tony Yankowsky; vice president, Debbie Leidheiser; secretary, Ted Ukrop
David Cottingham Jr., shop supervisor at the Chesterfield County, Va., Heavy Vehicle Maintenance Shop, was recently named Emergency Vehicle Technician of the Year by the Fire Department Safety Officers Association.
BAILEY, William Troy, 52, of Chesterfield, husband of Diane Bower Bailey.
BAKER, Eleanor, 54, of Chesterfield, wife of Bill Baker.
Southern Community cooking. Book sale and signing from Sheri Castle, author of “The Southern Living Community Cookbook: Celebrating Food and Fellowship in the American South.” Central Library. 7 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
The Chesterfield Center for the Arts Foundation has selected new board members and officers for 2015. The new board members are Hugh A. Cline, Amanda King, Lane Ramsey, Gail Letts, Sam West, George Emerson, Elizabeth Matthews, P.C. Amin, C.F. (Sonny) Currin, H. Clem Carlisle, James Jacobs and Brennen Keene as legal representative.
Henricus Historical Park announced today that it has been awarded a $5,000 grant from The CarMax Foundation to assist in the execution of SOL- and STEM-aligned, multi-curricular programming for students enrolled in the After School Program for Richmond City Public Schools for grades K-5.
The artist that will be exhibiting at the Chester Library in January and February is Gene Berry. His collection of watercolors, Inspirations Everywhere, is an exploration of people, animals, architecture and the things of everyday life.