New signs installed in Meadowood

Two new signs were installed this week in the Meadowood subdivision, near Henrico High School, marking the community of 1960s-era brick ranchers and tri-level homes.

The signs of gold lettering on a black background feature an oval picture of birds soaring above a meadow and trees – significant because streets in the subdivision are named for birds. The signs were installed at Lark and Richmond-Henrico Turnpike and Sandpiper and Azalea Avenue.

Funding was provided by a grant from Henrico County and from the residents and members of the homeowners association.
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The Pocahontas Chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society will look for native plants in Four Mile Creek Park, a little-known county park in eastern Henrico County. This 150-acre property was at one time a Civil War battlefield and features a natural creek, wetlands, a former gravel pit that is now a lake, and woodlands. A family-friendly kids "treasure hunt" option is available. Participants should meet at 2 p.m. at the Dairy Queen at 3275 New Market Road/Route 5. Anyone with an interest in native landscape is welcome, from novice to expert. The outing is free. Contact trip leader Leslie Allanson at 335-5866 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) to register. Full text

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