‘Night of the Arts’

Lara Hoyle, pictured with her parents Sarah (left) and Joe Hoyle, organized a Nov. 5 art show at Crossroads Art Center, featuring the artwork of 65 children served by UMFS (including “Sailboats,” an acrylic by the artist B.J., which is visible in the photo.)  “Night of the Arts” was Hoyle’s Girl Scout Gold Award project, the equivalent of the Eagle Scout Award for Boy Scouts; her sister, Anna, attends UMFS’ Charterhouse School.  Crossroads Art Center donated the space for the show, and Al Jager donated matting for the art work. For details about UMFS, visit umfs.org. 
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The Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation will host the Virginia Ride for Kids at 11 a.m. The family-friendly loop ride begins at Richmond International Raceway and travels through Henrico County. Any make or model of street legal motorcycle is welcome. There will be activities for non-riders as well, including a bike show, food, vendors, speakers and activities for the whole family. The Virginia Ride for Kids is one of 30 PBTF-hosted motorcycle rides taking place this year. Now in its 15th year, the Virginia Ride for Kids has raised more than $1.1 million to help the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation fund childhood brain tumor research and life-changing family support programs. Admission is free but a minimum donation of $40 per motorcycle is encouraged. For details, visit http://www.rideforkids.org. Full text

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