Students excel in ‘Reflections’
Hermitage High School senior Helen Rai (above) displays her artwork, which will advance to the national PTA Reflections Program competition in Washington, D.C. Rai and Short Pump Elementary School second-grader Madeleine Wang (pictured inset at right with School Board members Beverly Cocke, Diana Winston and Henrico Superintendent Patrick Russo), were the two Henrico students whose art advanced to the national competition.
The theme of this year's competition was "Diversity Means..."
Other county students received awards in the contest at the state competition. They are: Caroline Armstrong (Participation), Short Pump Middle School; Samuel Hurst (Award of Excellence) Longan Elementary School; Trisha Kocherlakota (Participation), Jackson Davis Elementary School, Catherine Liu (Award of Merit) Short Pump Middle School, Madison Lowerre (Award of Excellence), Glen Allen High School, Kathryn Rainer (Award of Excellence), Deep Run High School, Joshua Sargent (Participation), Springfield Park ES School; Jonathan Singh (Participation), Jackson Davis Elementary School; Olivia Wilkinson (Award of Excellence), Nuckols Farm Elementary School.
Tony Turner has operated a business on Lakeside Avenue for nearly 20 years, beginning with Huckleberries Home & Garden for 10 years in The Hub Shopping Center and followed by Feathernesters across the street in the Lakeside Town Center. > Read more.
Citizen Staff Reports 06/06/2013
The program is an initiative of Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging for seniors who meet income eligibility requirements and have a situation that threatens their health. > Read more.
And so it was a thrill to find a modern version of a Kaffeehaus right here in Henrico County: The Daily Grind, near Short Pump Town Center. > Read more.
The Innsbrook After Hours RVA Cares event will feature five bands and a family festival in recognition of the many families devastated by the Oklahoma tornadoes on May 20, which killed 23 people, injured 377 others, and left destroyed and damaged homes affecting 33,000 residents. > Read more.
RVA Street Foodies, the organization behind the outdoor food truck courts at the Virginia Historical Society and Hardywood Brewery, debuted its new Henrico food truck court at All Saints Episcopal Church on River Road May 22. > Read more.
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