HCRN Makes Donations

Members of the Health and Community Resource Network (a group of health care business professionals that gives back to the community through service projects and education) gathered at The Jefferson Hotel earlier this month for their annual holiday social.

Pictured, left to right, are Joan Shifflett, owner of Always Best Care Senior Services in Midlothian; Lynn Hancock, owner of Always Best Care Senior Services in Glen Allen; Michael Boykin, owner of Displays, Designs and Signs; Cindy Johnson of Buford Road Pharmacy; Paige Carpenter of Spring Arbor of Richmond; Rita McCulloch of Boomer 3 Solutions; Christine Pruett of Paradise Home Care; Rebecca Cline, owner of Caring Transitions; Lisa Hollier, president of Choice Connections of Richmond; Jim Warns of MetLife Home Loans; and Anne McNeal of Elder Homes.

Reynolds CC to host sculptor Paul DiPasquale

Reynolds Community College will host Richmond sculptor Paul DiPasquale Sept. 28 as he shares his presentation “Art Talk, Why Art Matters” from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Conference Center Gallery of the Workforce Development and Conference Center on the Parham Road Campus, located at 1651 E. Parham Road in Richmond. This event is free and open to the public. > Read more.

Free children’s clothing for those in need

The Children's Clothing Closet at Highland Springs United Methodist Church will be open Saturday, Aug. 27 and Tuesday, Aug. 30 to provide free new or nearly new children's clothing for families in need, prior to the start of the school year. The Clothing Closet will be open from 10 a.m. to noon both days. The church is located at 22 North Holly Avenue. > Read more.

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Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden will host October Oddities Oct. 1-31 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Refresh your “garden spirit” with displays and activities for all ages throughout the month of October. Enjoy vignettes designed to provoke a sense of curiosity and wonder using underappreciated oddities of nature and “horti-torture.” Pick up a Gourd Quest at the admissions desk before heading down to the Children’s Garden. Included with regular admission which is $13 for adults, $11 for seniors 55+ and $8 for children 3-12. For details, visit http://www.lewisginter.org. Full text

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