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FeedMore honors Henrico volunteers


FeedMore recognized several volunteers from Henrico County recently in honor of National Volunteer Appreciation Week. The volunteers - William Cary, Phil Newton and Yvette Gilmore – have given eight total years of service to the agency, which works to fight hunger in Central Virginia.

“It’s heartbreaking to realize there are kids in our community who are hungry,” said Cary (pictured, at right), a volunteer with FeedMore’s Children’s Programs. “Nobody, young or old, should be hungry.” > Read more.

Henrico fifth-graders win honors in historical essay contest

Fifteen Henrico fifth-graders were honored for their essays highlighting historical figures and events at the 11th Annual Historical Awareness Project awards reception, held Nov. 25 at the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center.

Sponsored by the Historic Preservation Advisory Committee in cooperation with the Henrico Division of Recreation and Parks and Henrico County Public Schools, the project is based on the county’s fifth-grade curriculum and is designed to provide students with an awareness of their local heritage, while encouraging the writers and their families to learn more about their community history. > Read more.

Business in brief


The national Council on Accreditation (COA) has presented St. Joseph's Villa with the 2013 Innovative Practices Award, honoring the performance and quality improvement of its Flagler Housing & Homeless Services. Its case study submission about Flagler's multi-year transition to rapid re-housing and resulting outcomes was one of two selected winners in the nation. Flagler expects to serve more than 300 households (approximately 800 individuals) in the Richmond and Tri-Cities areas this year. > Read more.

Meals tax expected to begin May 1

Henrico County officials hope to implement the county's new meals tax by May 1, 2014, pending Board of Supervisors approval of a new ordinance outlining the tax. Voters authorized the tax in a Nov. 5 vote. The Citizen first reported the May 1 date on Nov. 6.

The board is expected to receive a proposed ordinance establishing the parameters for what purchases would be taxed and hold a public hearing in the coming weeks. > Read more.

‘Too Smart 2 Start’ earns nonprofit status

The Henrico Too Smart 2 Start Coalition has qualified as a nonprofit charitable organization under the federal tax code, which will help it play a greater role in reducing substance abuse and other risky behaviors among youth.

The Henrico Too Smart 2 Start Coalition received its 501(c)(3) designation in July, making the organization eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions. > Read more.

Christmas wish-kids

Macy's Richmond officially kicked off its sixth annual “Believe” campaign benefiting Make-a-Wish with a launch event at the Short Pump Town Center store Nov. 8. Attended by Make-A-Wish volunteers and Wish Kids with life-threatening illnesses, the event included visits from the Richmond Raiders and Lady Raiders and the opportunity for children to write letters to Santa and drop them into the red Santa Mail letterboxes. > Read more.

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Community

CVWMA continues as scheduled for Veteran’s Day, Nov. 11

CVWMA curbside recycling and trash collections will continue as regularly scheduled for the Veteran’s Day holiday on Friday, Nov. 11. > Read more.

Milestones

Henrico resident Saumil Bandyopadhyay, a junior at Maggie Walker Governor’s School, recently won first place in the research competition at the International Space Olympics held in Koroley, Russia. His project, “Eye in Space: Dual Detection of Infrared and Ultraviolet Emissions with a Novel Nanowire Multispectral Photo-detector,” will be published in a science journal. > Read more.

New community calendar system provides centralized location for events

The Richmond Metropolitan Convention and Visitors Bureau (RMCVB), CultureWorks and local cultural attractions recently launched a new community calendar system that offers event organizers one centralized location where they can list their events online for publication. Likewise, media outlets now have the ability to collect event information from a single source and include it in their calendars. > Read more.

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Entertainment

Restaurant Watch: Nov. 4-17, 2010 Issue

OCT. 18
Arby’s, 5220 Williamsburg Road, Sandston – No critical violations reported and three non-critical violations reported.
Big Al’s Sports Bar and Grill, 3641 Cox Road, Suite F – No violations reported during follow-up inspection. > Read more.

Swing Your Partner

Local Dance Clubs Offer Fun for Beginners, Experts
Be it the two-step or the tango, Henrico residents love to kick up their heels. Now that the weather’s colder, we suggest you give it a whirl. By spring, you could be light on your feet.

Area dancing clubs are light on the wallet, too, with affordable memberships and inexpensive social events.

Here are a few area groups that meet regularly in Henrico: > Read more.

Restaurant Watch: Oct. 21-Nov. 3, 2010 Issue

OCT. 1
Goodrich Gourmet Catering Company, 1419 Blue Jay Lane – No critical violations reported and four non-critical violations reported.
Nanking, 7408 West Broad Street – No violations reported during follow-up inspection. > Read more.

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