Serena Barr was looking to sell some Girl Scout cookies. The eight-year-old Elizabeth Scott Elementary student is a member of Girl Scout Troop 5239 that meets in Enon.
When the Woman’s Club of Chester announces their annual fashion show and luncheon, you know spring is just around the corner. “Color Me Spring” is the headline for this year’s show with 10 ladies modeling fashions from Peebles Department Store.
For almost a week, Chesterfield County School Board member, and attorney, Carrie Coyner, has been blasted in the local daily newspaper about representing developers at the Board of Supervisors meetings on cases in Bermuda and Dale districts. Ms. Coyner often asks that the school cash proffer (promise) be reduced or eliminated.
Hard work, preparation and the will to win are key in any sport. In wrestling, perhaps, the will to win is all one may have when one is seconds away from being pinned and has to get their shoulders off the mat.
It’s time again for the Mulch Fundraiser for Boy Scout Troop 2877 of Chester Presbyterian Church. It may be cold and snowy, but Spring will be here before you know it. The Scouts of Troop 2877 are currently taking orders for double shredded, hardwood mulch in three cubic feet bags.
Register your child for kindergarten at the local elementary school in your attendance zone. Children, who will be five years old by September 30, are eligible to enter kindergarten in the fall.
Members of the Chesterfield Modern Woodmen Summit Chapter have awarded the Lucy Corr Auxiliary a check for $1,800 from the MWA Matching Funds program.
Curtis Elementary Principal Susan Pereira along with the school’s Student Council Association board members (SCA) were among 50-plus visitors to the new Big Lots store located on Weir Road next to Lowe’s for the grand opening celebration to accept a $1,500 donation to the school.