Civil War history comes to life

Mike Powell discusses various types of cannon munitions used during the Civil War, at a living history presentation at Fort Harrison in Varina Sept. 25. The event concluded three days of Civil War commemoration as part of Henrico’s 400th anniversary.

Mike Epperly, Derek Lyons, Dan Peterson, Mike Hallinen portray Civil War soldiers.


Bob Hill of the 12th Virginia Infantry re-enactment unit.


Chuck Wood, a re-enactor with the 3rd Virginia Company, and horse Cheeseburger


Re-enactors Howard Helmer, Bill Brown and Charlie Helmer (Pegram's Battery, Petersburg Artillery)




Re-enactor Nancy Hallinen of the 59th Va.


Re-enactor Joseph W. Colby, Sr. (chaplain, 23rd Va., Infantry Co. H) displays an ear trumpet, an early hearing aide device used during the Civil War era.


Bill Edwards discussed different flags of the Civil War.






Dr. Patrick J. Fetta (44th Va.) entertains with stories and songs from the Civil War.


(Left to right) Mike Powell, Denny King, Gregg Harris, Sam Watkins and Michael White (1st Co. Richmond Howitzers) at the living history event Sept. 25 at Varina's Fort Harrison.


Mike Powell (1st Co. Richmond Howitzers) discusses cannon munitions with Bill Lipsett (right)
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Glen Allen native serves aboard Navy’s most advanced submarine


A 2007 Deep Run High School graduate and Glen Allen, Virginia native is serving in the U.S. Navy as part of a crew working aboard one of the world’s most advanced ballistic missile submarines, USS Tennessee, Gold Crew.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Uhl, a machinist’s mate, serves aboard the Kings Bay-based boat, one of 14 Ohio-class ballistic missile submarines.

As a machinist's mate, Uhl is responsible for operating and maintaining the auxiliary engineering equipment aboard the submarine. > Read more.

Fresh Air Fund seeks host families


The Fresh Air Fund, a program through which nearly 4,000 children from low-income New York City communities spend a summer with host families in communities along the East Coast and in southern Canada, is seeking hosts for the coming summer.

According to the organization, there is no such thing as a “typical” host family. First-time Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from seven to 12 years old. Children who are reinvited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. > Read more.

Godwin student wins in statewide STEM essay contest

Governor Terry McAuliffe and the Virginia Council on Women announced recently that Morgan Logsdon of Mills E. Godwin High School was one of five statewide winners of the sixth-annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Essay Contest for young women enrolled in their junior or senior year of high school.

The Council on Women established the contest to award scholarships to high school junior and senior young women who plan to pursue STEM careers at institutions of higher education. > Read more.

Varina meeting May 2 to address opioid crisis in Henrico


Varina District Supervisor Tyrone E. Nelson will hold a Community Conversations meeting Tuesday, May 2 to discuss the opioid epidemic in Henrico County.

The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. at the Henrico Theatre, 305 E. Nine Mile Road. Nelson will be joined by County Manager John A. Vithoulkas and members of the Henrico Heroin Task Force for a discussion of heroin and opioid abuse and ways to prevent it. > Read more.

Baker ES to remain closed until fall


Baker Elementary School students will complete the 2016-17 school year at other locations and will return to a restored building in fall 2017, school leaders have decided.

The decision was made in order to provide ample time for repairs to be completed at the fire-damaged school and to avoid additional interruptions to instructional time. > Read more.

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Moody Middle School’s third annual Moody Raider Golf Tournament, benefiting the PTA Raider Athletic Booster, will start at 8 a.m. at Belmont Golf Course. The cost is $65 for adults and $55 for students or children under the age of 18 and includes 18 holes of golf and cart, lunch provided by Bob Evans, one raffle ticket, goody bag and prizes for closest to pin and longest drive. The funds will help provide Moody’s 13 athletic teams with new equipment, uniforms, first aid supplies, and field maintenance. Registration deadline is May 5. For details, visit http://tinyurl.com/RaiderGolfTournament. Full text

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