Janet James, pastor

Gayton Kirk Presbyterian Church

Tennessee native Pastor Janet James of Gayton Kirk Presbyterian grew up in a small town surrounded by mountains in Eastern Tennessee called Dayton.

She grew up worshiping Baptist, but that soon changed when she attended college and explored her religious options. James attended a worship and music conference in 1989 in Montreat, N.C., that made her question her career choices. She could not stop studying and reading more about God and decided to go to career counseling.
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New utility services number for metro area

Richmond city, Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover county natural gas customers have a new number to call for their utility services.

The City of Richmond Department of Public Utilities has replaced its old number, (804) 646-7000 as well as 311, with it's new number, (804) 646-4646 for all calls relating to utilities. Utilities include natural gas, water, sewer, storm-water and electric street-lighting.
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Henrico County property transactions, July 10-16


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

3714 Pemberton Ave.- $105,000, 720 SF (built in 1957), from William F. Patton Jr. to Jessica Garcia.

510 Besler Ln.- $121,000, 964 SF (built in 1986), from Joseph and Coral P. Bolden to Taneen Marlow.

3502 Westcliffe Ave.- $140,000, 1,564 SF (built in 1947), from Benny H. Wilson Jr. to Benjamin A. Nyannor.
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Henrico County property transactions, Mar. 2-8


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

2125 Madison Lane – $65,000, 672 SF (built in 1948), from Joan R. Wilhelm to 2125 Madison Lane Series.
12 E. Berry Street – $89,271, 1,073 SF (built in 1918), from David M. Seeling to Federal National Mortgage Association.
1500 Presidential Drive – $97,500, 1,218 SF (built in 1976), from Youssry and Naveen H. Samuel to Sara K. Powell.
229 N. Oak Avenue – $120,000, 1,120 SF (built in 2012), from Short Pump Investments LLC and S. Kadidal to Gregory N. and Cheryl H. Bollinger.
3821 Tighe Court – $130,000, 1,512 SF (built in 1989), from Melisa Catron Trustee to Omika S. Hodge.
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‘All Henrico Reads’ author Tayari Jones to speak at Glen Allen High School


Nationally acclaimed author Tayari Jones will speak at Glen Allen High School Wednesday, April 1 as part of the annual "All Henrico Reads" program. At a morning event at the school, Jones will speak to students from across Henrico County. Her evening appearance, from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m., is open to the general public and is free. Seating will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Her book “Silver Sparrow” is the program’s featured title, and will be available for sale, as will Jones’ other books. The book is set in a 1980s middle-class Atlanta neighborhood and is about two families with the same father, James Witherspoon. One is Witherspoon’s public family, the other a secret. When daughters from each family become friends, the resulting explosion shakes relationships and illusions. The book was named a Library Journal Top Ten Book for 2011.
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Freeman students ‘Read Aloud’

A group of Freeman High School students who volunteer for LitWorld, a literacy nonprofit, visited Maybeury Elementary School on World Read Aloud Day Mar. 4 to read to students there. Pictured at right are the Freeman students (from left to right): Maddie Albrecht, Keely Wood, Ann Allred, Cailey Cummins, Hannah Lettshek, Harrison Car, Amanda Sasina, Emily Bratton, Ryan Bryson.
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Vegetable gardening workshop planned

The Henrico County office of the Virginia Cooperative Extension will hold a workshop Saturday, April 4 to help residents start or improve a vegetable garden.

The Vegetable Gardening Jumpstart Workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the Extension Office’s demonstration kitchen in the Human Services Building, 8600 Dixon Powers Drive. The workshop is free and open to the public. To register, call (804) 501-5160 by Friday, April 3.
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ICGR honors CARITAS


The Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond (ICGR) held its 7th Annual Clergy and Community Leaders Recognition Program March 16 at Rosyln Retreat Center in Henrico, honoring CARITAS and the Rev. Ben Campbell of Richmond Hill for their efforts to enhance understanding, respect and cooperation among the various religious faiths. Pictured, from left, are Tiffany Hall and Clara Stokes of CARITAS, Ben Campbell, and Lynn Johnston of ICGR.
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Art with a kick

Local mural artist Hamilton Glass led a group of about 15 Richmond Strikers Soccer Club players in painting Henrico County’s first outdoor mural, at Striker Park in Short Pump, March 9.

Above, Morgan Roberson finishes a section of the mural, which spans two walls of the Striker Park athletic training room and is 60 feet long. Bon Secours Sports Medicine and the Strikers partnered to commission and fund the mural.
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County’s internship program grows


Since the Henrico County government internship program began its pilot program in 2012 with only two interns, it has transformed to become a year-long program that provides students at the high school and college level the opportunity to gain hands-on experience with local government, while also providing a vital resource for the community.

Noelle Bingham, 32, entered her first semester at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community college in the fall. After returning to school she realized that she wanted to gain real experience in her desired professional field, and that’s when she turned to the Henrico internship program.

Bingham works with the Division of Fire, reporting to Chief Rosenbaum three days a week and focusing on developing marketing materials and performing graphics work, such as redesigning brochures for hiring, fire prevention, festivals and more.
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Ninth annual Deep Run HS Marathon Dance planned March 20-21


Deep Run High School’s charity dance shows no sign of stopping. The ninth annual Deep Run Marathon Dance will be held March 20-21 at the Henrico County school. The eight preceding dances have raised a total of $1.36 million for Richmond-area nonprofits.

Hundreds of participating students will check in on Friday night and dance for pledges, leaving 27 hours later. The participants take breaks and have the option to sleep for two hours. This year, proceeds from the Deep Run Marathon Dance will go to 12 nonprofits, including CARITAS, Make-A-Wish Greater Virginia and the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Central Virginia.

The dance ranks no. 2 nationally among such events in fundraising.
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Shed fire quickly extinguished in Henrico’s Northside


Firefighters quickly extinguished a shed fire in Henrico's Northside March 19 in the early afternoon.

Henrico Division of Fire units responded to the 2200 block of Lincoln Ridge Lane, just off Mountain Road in Glen Allen shortly after 12:30 p.m., and found heavy smoke coming from the rear of a home. Crews found fire coming from a detached shed at the rear of a single story residence. The shed suffered moderate fire and smoke damage, but because of the quick extinguishment, the fire did not spread to the residence or an adjacent shed.
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Business in brief


The St. Mary's Wound Care Center at Reynolds Crossing recently was recognized as a Healogics' Center of Distinction for 2014. St. Mary's is the first Bon Secours Wound Care Center to receive this honor, which is based on outstanding clinical outcomes, including at least 92% Patient Satisfaction Rate, 91% Healing Rate, less than 30 median days to heal, and a 19% or lower Outlier Rate. The Wound Care Center utilizes a physician-led, nurse-driven, weekly visit model of care. Using treatments such as Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBO2) and bioengineered skin substitutes, the Wound Care Center at St. Mary's offers advanced wound care for various wounds including ulcers (diabetic, pressure, and venous), compromised surgical grafts and flaps, osteo- and soft-tissue radionecrosis, and even the late effects of radiation.
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Henrico Citizens Academy registration opens March 23


Henrico residents can get a firsthand, comprehensive look at county operations and services at the 2015 Henrico Citizens Academy, scheduled for six sessions in April and May.

The free, 15-hour program will take place from 6:30 to 9 p.m. each Thursday from April 23 to May 28. Residents can register at http://www.connect.henricorecandparks.com beginning Monday, March 23. They also can sign up at the Division of Recreation and Parks office in the Human Services Building, 8600 Dixon Powers Drive.

The academy is open to 35 residents, with space reserved for seven individuals from each of Henrico’s five magisterial districts.
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Registration for Henrico Junior 4-H summer camp begins


The Henrico County office of the Virginia Cooperative Extension will hold an open house Saturday, March 28 to begin accepting registrations for the 2015 Henrico County Junior 4-H Camp.

The open house will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the Extension office at the Human Services Building, 8600 Dixon Powers Drive. The residential camp, which is open to boys and girls ages 9 through 14, will be held July 20-24 at the Jamestown 4-H Educational Center, near Williamsburg.

Early registration is strongly encouraged because space is limited and many classes fill quickly. The cost of the camp is $242 and includes a T-shirt, lodging, meals, programs, instructional class materials and transportation by chartered bus.
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The fifth annual Youth Triathlon, presented by Endorphin Fitness, will take place at 8 a.m. at the Virginia Home for Boys and Girls, 8716 West Broad St. The race is open to ages 5-14 and features a short pool swim, loop bike course closed to vehicular traffic, and a run on level playing fields. An optional four-day youth triathlon camp will precede the event, taking place Aug. 14-17 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. each day. Participants will be taught essential skills of the sport in a safe, fun environment. Cost of the camp is $95. All proceeds from the event will benefit the children at VHBG. For details, fee information and registration for the VHBG Youth Triathlon and camp, visit http://www.endorphinfitness.com/vhbg-youth-triathlon. For details about sponsoring or volunteering at the triathlon, contact Joan Marble at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address). Full text

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