There are more than 200,000 lights within feet of each other on the Brenspark Road and the Husting Street neighborhood all because of the “friendly competition” that started some years back in one Chesterfield neighborhood.
Recently, Flagstop Car Wash gathered together all the gifts they had prepared for their annual Christmas Mother contribution. In November, they had managed to raise $567 during a fundraising event for a family chosen by the Chesterfield/Colonial Heights Christmas Mother Program.
Chesterfield Cooperative Extension Services is offering several seminars from January through April that will help residents prepare for spring. These seminars are free. Spaces are limited, so call 804-751-4401 or email email@example.com to register.
Bingo. Opens 5 p.m., starts 7 p.m. Colonial Heights American Legion Post 284, 505 Springdale Rd. Details: Charles Medeiros, 896-1488.
Centenarian, Ruth McDaniel Garst Showalter, danced, laughed, bowled and always found time to have fun.
On Saturday, December 20 at 6 p.m., a free Christmas concert will be presented on the outdoor stage at Chester Village Green on Centre Street.
Through donations from various individuals, businesses and establishments, The Pavilion of Joy was able to collect enough clothing, toys, school supplies, and candy to assist in providing children from impoverished families throughout the world with presents for Christmas.