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‘Walk to End Alzheimer’s’ raises more than $340,000


The Alzheimer’s Association Greater Richmond Chapter's annual Richmond Walk to End Alzheimer’s Oct. 18 in Innsbrook raised more than $340,000 for Alzheimer’s care, support programs and research. More than 1,600 participants took part in the event.

The Richmond Walk to End Alzheimer’s was one of four Walks for the Alzheimer’s Association of Greater Richmond held since Sept. 20; combined, the four raised more than $530,000.

Susan Hudson, the Alzheimer’s Association Greater Richmond’s 2014 Walk to End Alzheimer’s Chair, has been a Walk participant for eleven years. > Read more.

Traffic patterns to change near RIR for races

The Henrico County Department of Public Works will temporarily alter traffic patterns on roads around Richmond International Raceway (RIR) to accommodate fans attending the NASCAR races Friday, Sept. 5 and Saturday, Sept. 6.

Motorists are advised to expect heavy traffic and delays in the area on both days, especially from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., before the races, and from 10:15 p.m. to 1 a.m., afterward. > Read more.

Into the fire

Teen Summer Fire Academy participants practice removing a body from a burning building.

The stage was set for an exercise at the Henrico County fire training facility last month. A three-story cinderblock structure represented the burning building. Traffic cones stood in each window, and dummies were hidden in the dark recesses within. Sirens could be heard in the distance.

Three fire trucks filled with trainees pulled up to the imaginary scene. Firefighters hopped out of one truck and initiated a search and rescue mission, soon emerging with one dummy and reentering to find another. Crew members from the second truck set up hoses, charged the lines and entered the building, expertly knocking down the cones with the water. > Read more.

Glen Allen storms to 4-0 record in World Series pool play


Four games into the 2014 Babe Ruth Baseball 13-year-old World Series in Glen Allen, the host team is rolling.

Glen Allen won all four of its pool play games – by a combined score of 35-11 – to earn the top seed in the National division of single-elimination play, which begins today at Glen Allen Stadium at RF&P Park.

Click to view a photo slideshow. > Read more.

Redskins running back visits children in Henrico therapy center


Following the final practice of Washington Redskins training camp at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center in Richmond, running back Alfred Morris visited with children at the Richmond Hope Therapy Center in Glen Allen. Morris, pictured above at right, is one of the Bon Secours Community Health Ambassadors. He signed autographs and took selfies with the children and families at the center.

The center is part of Bon Secours Virginia and is Virginia’s first pediatric intensive therapy center. The intensive therapy model of three hours of therapy a day, five days a week for three weeks, is designed to help patients suffering from cerebral palsy and other neurological disorders achieve milestones that outpatient therapy cannot. > Read more.

Bon Secours sponsors ‘iCan’ bike camp

Bon Secours Pediatrics and Bon Secours Richmond Hope Therapy sponsored and hosted the iCan Bike camp for children with disabilities Aug. 11-15 at the University of Richmond’s Weinstein Center gymnasium. The camp provided children eight and older who have autism and Down’s syndrome with specialized instruction on how to independently ride a two-wheel bicycle by the conclusion of the camp.

Less than 20 percent of children with autism and 10 percent of children with Down’s syndrome learn how to ride a two-wheel bicycle in their lifetime. > Read more.

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Community

Weekend Top 10


Whether you’ve been naughty or nice, West End Comedy has a show for you! More laughs this weekend can be found at ComedySportz Improv Theatre and at Henrico Theatre Company’s production of “A Christmas Story.” Other ways to boost your holiday spirit – visit a forest of decorated trees at CACGA and enjoy a colonial Christmas at Henricus. Click here for more! > Read more.

Lions Club receives eyeglass donation

For his community service project in preparation for testing for his third-degree black belt, Ryan Rotondi chose to collect used eyeglasses to donate to the Lions Club. He collected 168 pairs and donated them to the Glen Allen/Short Pump Lions Club, which sponsored his efforts, at its Nov. 7 meeting.

At right, Lion Nancy Capehart, chair of the eyeglasses recycling program, presents a certificate of appreciation to Rotondi. The glasses he collected will be included with the club’s shipment to the Lions Recycling in Roanoke, where they will be refurbished and made available to medical missions in Central and South America. > Read more.

Hermitage hosts holiday craft fair


Hermitage High School hosted its first-annual holiday craft fair Dec. 1 at the school. A number of vendors offered unique holiday and Christmas items for sale.
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Entertainment

Weekend Top 10


Music lovers have quite the variety of concerts to choose from this weekend in Henrico. Fans of a cappella music can check out Soundworks Chorus or the Washington & Lee University Singers. The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen will feature jazz on Friday and bluegrass on Saturday. And Joe Enroughty & His Royal Virginians will bring the big-band sound to the Henrico Theatre. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.

Oh, nuts

‘The Nut Job’ fails to crack the humor code
What is it that made The Nut Job so successful? Cartoon squirrels equal live-action cash, apparently; the film had the biggest opening weekend of any independent animated movie in history. Three days later, and plans for a sequel began. You can’t call the film anything but a rousing, undeniable success story.

Unless, of course, you actually sit down to watch it. The Nut Job may have been a terrific investment, but it’s certainly not a terrific movie. > Read more.

Artists on display

Emerging professional dancers of the "We Are Artists" project perform “Interference” together with teacher and choreographer Blake Roeder during a Jan. 18 event at The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen. The project gives emerging professional young dancers from the Richmond region area an opportunity to learn from, collaborate and perform with accomplished professional dancers. Founding siblings Roeder and Autumn Proctor are professional dancers, choreographers and dance teachers and expose the project participants to the innovative methods of movement creation they have learned and used in New York, Montreal and Berlin. > Read more.

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