Glen Allen advances in 14U Babe Ruth World Series


The Glen Allen Babe Ruth Baseball League 14-year-old all-star team advanced to the single-elimination round of the 14-year-old World Series, which the Glen Allen Youth Athletic Association is hosting at RF&P Stadium in Glen Allen.
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Earnhardt gives Redskins a ride


Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the Hendrick Motorsports No. 88, stopped at Richmond Raceway Aug. 8 in advance of the track’s NASCAR weekend in September. He was joined by five players from the Washington Redskins, who were in town for the team's training camp, which concluded Aug. 14. The day in Richmond gave Earnhardt and the Redskins players an opportunity to see how the athletes compete in their respective sports.
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READ Center a finalist for $25k grant


The READ Center is a top-200 cause finalist in State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist program, making it eligible to earn a $25,000 grant to support adult literacy in the Richmond region. The 40 organizations from across the nation with the most votes will win grants.

The READ Center, based in Henrico, provides classroom instruction and one-to-one tutoring to adults with very low literacy.
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Governor orders training for ABC agents


Gov. Terry McAuliffe signed an executive order Wednesday meant to improve the law enforcement arm of the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

This comes a week after McAuliffe called for the State Police to investigate ABC enforcement officers’ arrest of a University of Virginia student, Martese Johnson. Johnson, who needed 10 stitches in his head, said the agents used excessive force.

The governor issued a press release outlining Executive Order 40, which will require “the immediate retraining of all ABC special agents in the areas of use of force, cultural diversity, effective interaction with youth, and community policing.”
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Business in brief


Shine Blowdry Bar, Richmond’s first salon devoted exclusively to hairstyling and makeup services, opens at 5227 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn this April. With 10 styling stations, the 1,440 square foot, modern salon is designed to be walk-in friendly. There is no need to make an appointment, with the exception of booking large/private parties or visits outside of regular business hours. At Shine, the experience typically starts with a complimentary cup of coffee or glass of wine (for patrons over 21) and a peek at a “Look Book” for inspiration on various styles, ranging from the bouncy “Starlet” to the sleek “Executive Sweet.” Basic blowouts include a shampoo, blowdry and styling at a flat fee $40, no matter the hair length or level of difficulty. Kids under 10 are eligible for “The Twinkle” styling at $25. Updos, braids and on-location styling can be scheduled at additional cost. Hair repair and massage treatments and a variety of makeup services are also available.
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Lowe’s, First Alert donate smoke detectors


Officials from Lowe’s in Short Pump recently donated 200 First Alert smoke detectors to the Henrico County Division of Fire. The division will use the detectors in its smoke detector program, which provides the life-saving items free to county citizens who otherwise could not afford them.

Pictured, Lowe’s Manager Kerrie Guido and Pro Services Specialist Lavelle Rudd present the smoke detectors to a Henrico Fire official.

The division relies upon donations to make the program successful. Each year, it installs approximately 1,000 smoke detectors in homes throughout Henrico County.
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Deep Run Marathon Dance raises $216,753 for charities


The Ninth Annual Deep Run Marathon Dance may have exhausted the hundreds of high school students who participated, but it provided an invigorating boost to 12 charities. The 27-hour Deep Run High School event raised $216,753, bringing its nine-year fundraising total to more than $1.5 million. The Deep Run Marathon Dance ranks second nationally in fundraising for such events.

Participating students checked in on Friday night, March 20 and left 27 hours later. The participants take breaks and have the option to sleep for two hours.
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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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