Today Eleanor, the most recent addition to the livestock exhibit, had a special treat with lots of juicy apples while posing in the warm sunshine of her new home at Henricus Historical Park.
The Chesterfield-Colonial Heights Christmas Mother had its origins in a program founded by Miss Lucy Corr at the end of the Second World War. Not unlike the situation today, many of the brave men and women who have chosen to serve the country in the armed services, return wounded (physically and/or psychologically).
After a major renovation and a gala opening, Swift Creek Mill is ready for prime time. The season beganon November 7 and features five plays through August 7. The renovations to the playhouse include: an addition to the rear of the building that including a new kitchen, new bathrooms, stairs, an elevator, and new dressing rooms, among other facility maintenance items.
Four scholar-athletes signed their letters of intent to play at the next level in 2014-2015. From Thomas Dale, swimmer Meredith Vay and baseball player Collin Fleischer signed. From Matoaca, volleyball standout Jaelyn Jackson and softball ace Jessica McCabe also signed on the dotted line.
The Skyhawks lit up the Eagles defense for 49 first half points before playing reserves as L.C. Bird cruised to a first round playoff victory, advancing to play Hermitage this Friday at 7 p.m.
Two members of the Thomas Dale cross country team qualified for the state meet last Friday at The Plains, outside of Warrenton, Va.
BAILEY, William Sherwood, 71, of Chesterfield, husband of Frances Sinclair Bailey.
CAHILL, Jessie, 66, of Chesterfield, wife of John W. Cahill.