Three members of the Stevens family last week spent two hours touring significant Bermuda Hundred Civil War battle locations, not because they are Civil War battle buffs, but because they are descendents of Major General Benjamin F. Butler, Union Commander of the Army of the James...
The year was 1972 and Margaret Kutz had plans to use her newly acquired teaching degree and serve as a missionary in Africa. So she called off her wedding, and was ready to go. But God had other plans.
More than 100 local governments vied for six spots to feature their innovative programs during the Rapid Fire session at the 2013 Transforming Local Government Conference held recently in Atlanta, Ga.
Troop 819 has been very active in April and May. On the weekend of April 19, ten scouts and three adult leaders hiked 10 miles on the Appalachian Trail, from Bearfence Mountain to Route 33. A good time was had by all and many valuable “hiking lessons” were learned by the scouts.
Tony Zevgolis’ performance of “My Way” earned him the title of Senior Idol at the 3rd Annual Senior Idol competition held at Victory Tabernacle Church of God last Friday night. Greater Richmond’s top 12 acts vied for the title. The first runner up was June Knight singing “I Feel Lucky.”
The Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation is offering a series of programs for adults 50 and older this summer. For more information, call Judy Jones, 804-751-4135. To register for programs, call 804-748-1623. A full list of programs can be found in the current Summer Program Guide, available online at chesterfield.gov.