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July 19, 2014 - 10:00am
September 27, 2014 - 7:00pm

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Livin’ life: Reverend Clarence L. Turner

“The most important thing that I want everybody to know about my life is that you can be what you want to be; all you need to do is to put God first in your life,” said Rev. Clarence L. Turner.

Patriots Tea Party at fairgrounds

Local Tea Party groups gathered at the Chesterfield County Fairground on Saturday at an event call Celebrate Liberty. Vendors for the event included the Chester Patriots group as well as number of groups from around the area including the Virginia Patriots, Lousia Tea Party, Patrick Henry Tea Party as well as about eight others.

Chester resident honored as ‘Volunteer of the Year’

Stephnie McDonald, an associate training specialist with Dominion, was one of 12 employees from six states recognized as one of their 2011 “Volunteers of the Year” for Dominion’s volunteer program. Dominion celebrated its volunteer program and some of the individuals that make them a success on Monday of this week.

First Survivors Celebration

It was a time for celebration — the Inaugural Survivors Celebration of the Virginia Cancer Patient Fund (VCPF).

Go green fashion show

The River’s Bend Goddard School held its first ever weeklong event called “Stepping Up for the Environment”. The preschoolers, school agers, and the new Private Kindergarten class participated in fun and creative activities to learn how their everyday activities and energy affect the future of our planet.

Weekly calendar

Wednesday, April 18
The Shepherd Center of Chesterfield Spring Adventures in Learning classes continue.  8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  Chester Baptist Church.  4317 School St.  For more information call 706-6689 or email shepcenter@gmail.com

American Red Cross Web of Hope Knit/Crochet classes.10 a.m. – Noon.  Chester Baptist Church, 4317 Schoool St.  Details:  Angela Guastella at 530-0871 or Linda Southward at 779-3453.

MG Invasion

Richard Prior’s 1949 MG Y Tourer is a joy to drive he says under the wide-branched oak trees on Elfinwood Lane. A bit far from home, Richard, his brother Ian Prior and Ray Mullins with his 1960 MGA 1600 roadster shipped their English objects of pride and joy some 9,500 miles by container ship from Melbourne, Australia to Savannah, Ga.