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@cbs6 - Please RT! CBS 6 viewer says he lost his puppy between Church Hill and Rocketts Landing. Lila has purple collar.
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All are invited to attend the History Harvest to help develop the exhibition Made in Church Hill which will open at the Valentine Museum in January 2015:
You are invited to attend our History Harvest
When: Saturday, October 4, 10-4
Where: East District Family Resource Center
2405 Jefferson Ave., Richmond 23223
Why: to develop the exhibition “Made in Church Hill,” which will open at the Valentine Museum on January 22 and close on June 22.
Come and bring your Church Hill memories and thoughts about the past, present and future of the neighborhood—as well as a special object that reminds you of Church Hill.
You will be interviewed for approximately 30 minutes and your photographic portrait will be taken.
Who will interview and photograph you? Students from University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Church Hill Activities & Tutoring (CHAT).
Contact us to RSVP: Laura Browder email@example.com (289-8312) or Patricia Herrera firstname.lastname@example.org (287-6352)
I’ve recently noticed a few of these posted around Union Hill. Nice.
We are excited to announce that our next Info Feast, will be held:
Thursday, October 30
6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Peter Paul Development Center
This will be Promise Neighborhood’s first Info Feast since being acquired by the Peter Paul Development Center!
At The Powerful Parents Info Feast, residents will build on their strengths as parents. There will be particular emphasis on ways for parents to support young people as they go through stages of development.
We would like to cover the following topics though interactive or hands-on activities:
- Stages of development for kids and what to do if milestones aren’t being hit
- Creating healthy environments at home for kids
- Mental health red flags in children
- Parenting education and supports
- Impact of early years on brain development
- Ways for parents to support each other
If you have any ideas, would like to partner, or would like to volunteer, please email me at email@example.com or call at 757-784-8669.
Info Feasts allow for information sharing and relationship building and provide a unique platform for community dialogue. These events provide resources and tools for parents and fun, educational activities for children. To see a short video of our last Info Feast, click here.
We can’t wait to see you there!
The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club will celebrate the Club’s 60th Anniversary on Tuesday, September 30, with an open house starting at 4:00 PM and program beginning at 5:00 PM:
For 60 years, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club has been investing in the futures of Richmond’s youth and developing them into caring, intelligent, compassionate adults rooted in family and community. At Tuesday’s event, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club will also announce it’s commitment to improving the Club’s aquatic center for the benefit of Club members and the East End community.
“We’re looking so forward to gathering with friends and supporters on Tuesday to thank them for their support over the past 60 years,” said Hugh Jones, Executive Director of The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club. “The past 60 years have set a great foundation for us to work with youth, and the community, through the years ahead.”
Confirmed attendees for Tuesday’s event include Richmond’s Public Schools Superintendent, Dr. Dana Bedden, Richmond School Board Chair and Club Alum, Don Coleman, and Councilwoman Cynthia Newbille of Richmond’s East End 7th District.
Downtown Soulville with Mr. Fine Wine
Rare soul 45’s and no cover
Saturday October 4 11PM
Sent in by Pat Schoeffel, Captain at 11 Engine located at 28th and S Streets.
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A neighbor along the 35th Street corridor writes in with word of a proposed townhouse development on Glenwood Avenue:
I just received a letter from Baker Development Resources about a proposed conditional rezoning of parts of Glenwood and N. 35th to R-8 Urban Residential for the development of 30 single-family attached townhouses.
The letter also mentions that the site layout would include the re-establishment of 36th street as a connector between M Street and Glenwood.
There is a meeting schedule for Monday, October 6th, at 6 p.m. at the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club (3701 R St.) to discuss the proposal and answer questions.
However, seeing as the meeting is being conducted by the developers, I’m curious if anyone knows anything about Baker Development or Glenwood to M, LLC (which is the owner of the properties). I searched CHPN, but only came up with some great sounding pies (no complaints!) and reference to what looks like a prior attempt to do something similar.
Glenwood To M Street Llc C/o Frank Wood owns the property in blue on the map above. The parcel is in the “101 – R Single Family Vacant (R1-R7)” property class, and is in a “R-5 – Residential (Single Family)” zoning district.
Church Hill Land Llc C/o Frank Wood owns the properties in green. These parcels are in the “101 – R Single Family Vacant (R1-R7)” property class, but are in a “R-63 – Residential (Multi-family Urban)” zoning district.
The southern most parcel is the former location of the Chimborazo Village apartments. This was for sale as recently as last year, with the claim that it could be “developed into a possible 254 unit apartment community”.
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We know you remember our Run to the River 10K and 5K Walk! We hope to bring it back in 2015, so please let us know if you have ideas for sponsors or volunteers who can help us make that happen.
Until next year, you can still have some NRC fun this fall! Come to NRC’s “UN-RUN to the River” on Friday, October 10 from 3 – 6pm and enjoy delicious “Run to the River” chili, refreshments and festivities!
Join us at the center, 1519 Williamsburg Road, RVA 23231, for chili, baked goodies, cider, hot chocolate and s’mores, at lots of other treats.
Egon has gotten loose in montrose heights. He has epilepsy and needs medicine asap. Help! 804-868-8176
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