Nominations sought for Richmond History Makers

The Valentine Richmond History Center is inviting the public to nominate this year’s Richmond History Makers. The seventh annual program recognizes everyday citizens and outstanding organizations making largely unrecognized contributions to communities within the Greater Richmond Metropolitan area. 

The nomination period will close June 30. Nominations may be submitted via http://www.richmondhistorymakers.com. A committee composed of graduates of the Leadership Metro Richmond program and previous History Maker honorees will oversee the nomination and selection process. Honorees will be notified in late July and will be recognized at the Seventh Annual Richmond History Makers Celebration Oct. 18 at the Valentine Richmond History Center. The program is presented by Dominion.

Honorees may be individuals, organizations or corporations and are selected in one of five categories. Visit http://www.richmondhistorymakers.com or call 649-0711 for a complete set of nomination criteria.

Nominees must be living, agree to publicity and be making a difference in Richmond or one of 13 surrounding counties (see nomination form for county list).
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Home School Day at Henricus Historical Park will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students ages 4-14 will work with colonists as they set up their militia, economy and way of life in the re-created colonial citie. Students will also learn how the native inhabitants, the Powhatan Indians, organized their successful and widespread society. Students will be divided by age level to work on age-appropriate activities and curriculum. Registration is required by Sept. 4 by calling 318-8797. Full text

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