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Recreation and Parks registration reopens Saturday


The Henrico Division of Recreation and Parks will reopen registration for programs and courses on Saturday, April 25, at 8 a.m. online at http://www.connect.henricorecandparks.com .

Registration also will be available in person at Belmont, Deep Run and Eastern Henrico recreation centers from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. that day.

A problem with the division's software vendor during registration last Saturday resulted in long wait times and difficulty registering, which prompted the division to shut down the registration process until the issues were resolved. > Read more.

Student Government Day puts Henrico students in charge


More than 100 students from Henrico County high schools on Wednesday got a firsthand look at their local government and public schools administrations as part of the 58th annual Student Government Day.

The program matched 108 students from all nine high schools with elected and appointed officials, including members of the Board of Supervisors and School Board, county manager, superintendent, judges and department directors. Students spent the day learning how Henrico general government and Henrico County Public Schools work on behalf of residents and others to provide services and address needs of the community. > Read more.
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Free Agents Marketing wins IMPACT award

Henrico-based Free Agents Marketing won the Greater Richmond Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 IMPACT Award in the Small Business category, besting TrueTimber Tree Service and Unboxed Technology.

The awards recognize small and large companies for their impacts on the region’s economy, through innovation in their industries, community involvement and improving the lives of their employees.

From 2009 to 2013, Free Agents, through client expenditures, reinvested more than $34 million dollars into the greater Richmond region. In 2013, the agency sought services from more than 350 local vendors. > Read more.

Henrico HS closed again Friday

UPDATE: NOV. 21, 9:55 A.M. – The contractor whose employee accidentally destroyed the power supply to most of Henrico High School Tuesday – causing the school to be closed for more than three days this week – is unlikely to face financial penalties from the school system as the result of the incident.

School officials are focused on efforts to restore power to the school, HCPS spokesman Andy Jenks told the Citizen.

"But at a later date, we'll get together with the contractor and discuss responsibility," Jenks wrote in an email. > Read more.

HCPS students offering holiday plants for sale

Horticulture students at Hermitage Technical Center and the Academy at Virginia Randolph will be holding plant sales in November and December at both campuses. The events will offer holiday-themed plants, such as poinsettias and flowering kale, Christmas cacti and others.

The Academy of Virginia Randolph will host its pre-Thanksgiving sale on Monday, Nov. 24, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and its holiday sale Dec. 2-3, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Red, white and pink poinsettias will be available for $7 each at both events. The school is located at 2204 Mountain Road in Glen Allen. > Read more.

Henrico native one of 50 new state troopers

Among the 50 new Virginia State Troopers who will graduate from the 122nd Basic Session Nov. 21 in Chesterfield are a Henrico native and an officer who will be assigned to Henrico.

Henrico native Jonathan Lee Harris will graduate and be assigned to serve in King William County, while Williamsburg native Benjamin Nicholas Canning will be assigned to serve Henrico County.

The new troopers have received more than 1,600 hours of classroom and field instruction in more than 100 different subjects, including defensive tactics, crime scene investigation, ethics and leadership, survival Spanish, police professionalism, firearms, judicial procedures, officer survival, cultural diversity and crisis management. > Read more.

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Community

Weekend Top 10

Looking for something to do this weekend? You've come to the right place. Below are details about this weekend's top 10 events around town, as selected by Henrico Citizen Events Editor Sarah Story. > Read more.

UR chef carves pumpkins for White House event

University of Richmond executive chef Glenn Pruden helped create a spooky graveyard of pumpkin skeletons, headstones, bony hands and vultures on the White House lawn Saturday.

Pruden worked on a team of carvers that included the winners of Food Network’s Pumpkin Challenge and $50,000 carving competition. James Parker of Veggy Art in Chantilly organized the White House team and invited Pruden to participate.

Parker recently trained university dining services employees in the art of carving fruits and vegetables and is the current Food Network Fruit Sculpture Challenge champion. Pruden said he was the “new guy” on the team, although he has been carving for many years. > Read more.

Stepping Up

A child watches bubbles rise at the fifth annual Step Up for Down Syndrome event at Short Pump Town Center Oct. 8. The event raised funds for the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Richmond.
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Entertainment

Restaurant watch

Find out how your favorite dining establishments fared during their most recent inspections by the Virginia Department of Health. > Read more.

Auditions for ‘Nutcracker Sweet’ planned Saturday

Auditions for PDM Productions, Inc.’s “The Nutcracker Sweet” will take place Saturday, Sept. 15 at Deep Run High School. The audition is open to the community and dancers and actors of all ages and abilities are invited to participate. Roles are available for dancers, actors, non-dancers and beginner dancers, ages five and up.

Participants need to arrive 30 minutes prior to the scheduled audition time. Registration will be in the cafeteria. Those auditioning should be ready with hair pulled back, wearing appropriate dance attire and footwear, warmed up and prepared to dance. > Read more.

CACGA, Regency Square partner to offer classes

The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen and Regency Square Mall are partnering to bring art classes designed by the center and taught by center instructors to the mall.

Classes will begin in September with one adult and one youth class (for grades 1-6) each month. For adults, classes are offered in visual arts, fiber arts, jewelry making and confectionary arts. For youth, classes are offered in visual arts including classes in drawing, cartooning, pastels and watercolors. > Read more.

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