The Woman’s Club of Chester board members are gearing up for their monthly meeting in November with everything planned around the arts. Along with arranging plans for their meeting, they are in the process of procuring a resolution from Chesterfield County declaring November as “Cultural Arts Month.”
CCHASM invites the community to participate in their annual Thanksgiving Meal Gift Program. Its largest program of the year, the Thanksgiving Meal Gift Package Program provides a Thanksgiving meal to a family in need.
Fifty-seven football players, 34 cheerleaders and scores of parents will end the season this Friday for the Harrowgate Athletic Association football program with its final game, but it is just the beginning for a rebuilding program for an association that began with the Chesterfield County Quarterback League in the 1950s.
Early Literacy Story Times. Chester Library. 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Enon Library. 10:30 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. Meadowdale Library. 10:30 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. No registration required.
Remaining calm and collected and remembering his lessons from a Child Fire Safety Education program taught by the Chesterfield Fire & EMS, seven-year-old, Kenneth “Tripp” Harris III, saved his mother from a fire in their home.
It is hard to imagine filling 306 customer orders per second during the course of a day on its peak day, November 26, but that has become routine for Amazon.com, a Seattle-based company with 85 fulfillment centers world-wide; forty of those in the U.S. with one in Chesterfield County’s backyard, located in the Meadowville Technology Park.
If the meals tax doesn’t pass on November 5, there could be some repercussions on voters. Chesterfield’s proposed 2 percent meals tax would generate about $8 million a year. Those funds would be used to offset the “interest” on the bonds if the referenda is passed.