What's Up: Upcoming Events

December 7, 2014 - 11:00am


VA Waste Services: waste not want not

Piles of cardboard, plastic bottles and aluminum cans clutter a huge open-sided warehouse on the grounds of Chesterfield’s largest landfill. These items, in addition to various metals, paper and glass are making their way to be recycled as they travel along conveyers at Virginia Waste Services’s (VWS) The Recycle Center.

Turning 12 on 12/12/12

Courtney Eggleston came into the world at Johnston Willis Hospital 11:20 p.m. on Dec. 12, 2000. Though it’s only once a year, Courtney’s birthday this year is a unique one. She will be turning 12 on 12/12/12.

Call for artists for JTCC’s Fool for Art

Join John Tyler Community College as it unleashes its creative spirit during its annual Fool for Art festival on April 13, 2013. The festival, held at the College’s Midlothian Campus, features a variety of art and craft vendors from around the state. Artist who is interested in showing off their talents and joining the fun as a vendor can sign up now.

Chester resident completes ANCOC

Chester resident Chris Bates recently received his Advanced Non-Commissioned Officer Course certification from the Virginia Defense Force Division Troop Command, which was held over a series of three-day weekends at Fort Pickett near Blackstone, Va.

Safe recognized as a top nonprofit agency

For the second consecutive year, Substance Abuse Free Environment Inc., better known as SAFE, a coalition working toward the prevention and reduction of substance abuse among youths, has been named a Top-Rated Health Nonprofit by GreatNonprofits.

Chester Kiwanis Christmas Parade

Crowds lined both sides of W. Hundred Road on Sunday waiting for the start of the Christmas season with the arrival of the Chester Kiwanis Christmas Parade. Bob Cassada, CCHASM president, served as the Grand Marshall leading fifty-six entries that included floats, horses, cars, clowns, dancers, marchers, walkers and more.

20th Annual Prarde of Lights draws a crowd

The 20th Annual Parade of Lights, sponsored by the James River Advisory Council, had only one problem at the event that took place last Saturday – too many people loved it and produced traffic problems shortly before the event made its way to Dutch Gap.