Karea Bailey’s love of art began when she was just three years old. As she grew up, she eagerly explored that interest, becoming a skilled artist who works in a number of mediums, including photography, painting and drawing. Her artistic talents also include design, presentation, art restoration and singing.
Several Matoaca High art students were recently recognized by the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and The Alliance for Young Artists and Writers their outstanding work and will receive Scholastic Art Awards.
Several Virginia State University students have recently been recognized for outstanding work.
Dance companies from universities throughout Virginia and North Carolina will convene on Saturday, Jan. 21 at 8 p.m., in the Thomas Dale High School main auditorium, for “Gather: an Evening of Dance.”
Pearl Harbor Survivor Charles Haessig, 90, visited with the 5th grade students of Mrs. Swartz and Mrs. Rogers at Curtis Elementery School on January 9, 2012 as part of a living history lesson.
Matoaca High theater students Kaila Calhoun, Jordan Collier and Lauren Swinson lent their acting talents to the festivities during the recent Investiture of Elected Chesterfield County Officials that took place December 19th.
Zach Orlando made the Dean’s list at Bridgewater College for fall semester. Zach is from Enon and is majoring in history and political science.