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Members of Boy Scout Troup 917 and Cub Scout Pack 917 spent one of their spring break days cleaning up Ettrick. The Scouts participated in an annual Ettrick Clean-Up Day coordinated by R. L. Dunn last Thursday.
Reporting from an earlier story of a local Girl Scout finding a creative way to sell Girl Scout cookies, the results are in and Girl Scout Troop 5239 picked the winners from fellow Scout Serena Barr’s cookie contest held in March.
Watching a child grow into an adult, and knowing you were a part of his success, is a great gift for any parent. That gift is just as meaningful to a former mentor, teacher, or a high school football coach, who also just so happens to be an Army Recruiter.
The Civil War Trust, America’s largest Civil War nonprofit preservation organization with over 55,000 members donated to Chesterfield County 11.5 acres of additional land for Howlett Line Park.
The Today Show’s Jenna Wolfe last week reported from the Chesterfield County Public Safety Training Center on Allied Road.
The Chester YMCA’s relatively new executive director is anything but inexperienced. He looks young, but wouldn’t we all if we stayed in shape?
“Everyone enjoy the benefit of a healthy community,” Sara Snead, Deputy Administrator for Community Services.
Twice each week Kitty Knittel slowly enters the pool at the Chester YMCA and each time she exits feeling refreshed. “I think it will put me back on my feet,” she said. “And it does every time.”
“The bears are everywhere,” Deacon Sherry Munday explained. “We have them in the rectory, you’ll find them in the pews and on the pulpit…they are all over the church.”