Eight athletes at Thomas Dale High School are continuing both their academic and athletic careers at colleges and universities around the country this fall.
Most high school students around this time are busy with exams and making plans for the summer, some anxious to graduate, some just ready to get out for the summer. Outside of the classroom this time of year means the end of the regular season and the beginning of the real competition that comes out during the district tournaments.
Morgan Hundley, 9, a third-grader at Matoaca Elementary School, recently donated 10 and a half inches of her hair to Locks of Love. She waited until her cheerleading season with Fame All-Stars concluded before she donated her hair.
Graham Sherman, son of Peter and Cathy Sherman, graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy with a BS in Civil Engineering.
He entered the office, short sleeved and well-groomed; the minute hand had just passed 10 o’clock on the first clear day of the week. He was short in stride but long in character, his face friendly, his temperament teasing. His name was Long – Dave Long P.I.
Just ten days after the Chesterfield County School Board invited the public to voice their recommendations to the “Design for Excellence 2020” document, the Board met with a consulting team Friday to revise the plan – one that if adopted by the Board will direct the direction of the school system for the rest of the decade, officially going into effect September 2012.
South Richmond Rotary Charity Auction Chairman Brian Grizzard and President Andy Kerr present a $45,000 check to Families of the Wounded Fund board member Tom Winfree.