What's Up: Upcoming Events

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


Second Baptist Church begins $2 million expansion project

Though it’s outgrown its building and more than tripled in size in recent years, the focus of Second Baptist Church and its congregation has remained the same, its pastor said.

Eagle Scout Project Takes Shape at Henricus

On a chilly morning at Henricus Historical Park, a group of Boy Scouts from Troop 837 and others gathered to help one of the troop’s members complete his Eagle Scout project.

Residents Can Discuss Chesterfield Avenue Enhancement Project’s Design Elements

Residents can discuss the final design concepts for future landscape and pedestrian safety improvements along Chesterfield Avenue at a meeting next week.

Historical Society Releases Book on Bermuda Hundred

The Chesterfield Historical Society (CHS) can add another title to its list of local history books: they recently released The Bermuda Hundred Campaign: A Tour Guide, a 58-page driving tour guide that covers the 26 sites of the well-known Civil War campaign.

Police Blotter: October 14, 2009

HAMLIN WY 9/26 Glen Oaks. Unknown suspect/s unzipped complainant’s red 1999 Jeep Wrangler. At this time, nothing was reported missing. The vehicle was parked at the complainant’s residence.

Ettrick Clean-Up Day a Success

R.L. Dunn, member of Sustain Our Communities committee representing Ettrick, was very happy with the turnout for the third annual Ettrick Village Clean-Up Day. Dunn organizes the Saturday morning event, held this year on September 19. Over 125 kids from the Ettrick Youth Sports Association, along with adult volunteers, School Board representative Omarh Rajah, and Board of Supervisor representative Marleen K. Durfee collected over 30 yards of trash. Ninety percent of the trash collected was from people filling up trash bags.

Chesterfield Resident to Begin Pre-Service Training in Peace Corps

Casey Paige Beckner, 22, of Chesterfield has been accepted into the Peace Corps and will be departing for Samoa on October 7 to begin pre-service training as a community education Peace Corps Volunteer. Upon graduation from volunteer training in January, Beckner will be working to improve the literacy of local teachers, identifying need in the community, and designing projects to meet that need.