MiddleNeck Living

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  • Monday August 17th, 2015
    Summer is nearly over, but there is still time to help the Wildbunch Animal Refuge and Rehabilitation Center in Warsaw. A special collection box – the Wildbunch Donation House – has been set up inside the entrance to the Northumberland Public Library in Heathsville for donations. The Wildbunch Donation House is a community service project being held during the library’s Summer Reading Program, “Every Hero Has ...
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  • Monday August 17th, 2015
    A $2000 scholarship funded by the Northern Neck Association of Realtors (NNAR) and administered by the Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation will help Essex High School graduate Mikelah Dann toward her goal of a bachelor’s degree in nursing. The award covers the 2015-16 school year, during which Dann will be taking General Education courses at RCC in preparation for her transfer to a four-year program. “Education, ...
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  • Monday August 17th, 2015
    In the ongoing series of Civil War courses from the Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning (RILL) and instructor Jon Stallard, Fall 2015 will feature “Stonewall in the Shenandoah.” This three-session course will be held on September 11, 18, and 25 (Fridays), from 1 to 3 p.m., at RCC’s Warsaw Campus, Room 110. In the spring of 1862, an obscure VMI professor ...
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  • Monday August 17th, 2015 richmond_county_seal
    Sunday, August 23rd:  Grand Opening Tours/Walk Through The Rappahannock High School BETA Club students will provide Public tours of the “New” Rappahannock High School Facility.  The Public tours will be from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm.  All are invited! (Refreshments will be Served)   Monday, August 24th:  The U.S. Army TRADOC Band Hosted by the Rappahannock High School JROTC.  The Jazz band will perform in the “New” Rappahannock High ...
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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    The Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS) is offering free public tours on select dates now through Sept.18. A VIMS tour includes visiting a laboratory, speaking with a scientist, a tour of the preserved fisheries, and more during the span of a one-and-a-half hour tour. Tours and dates can be found at www.vims.edu/public/publictours. Reservations are required at least two days prior to tour; space is limited. For ...
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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    “For many years, Deltaville Yachting Center has been a great partner in offering workforce technician training that leads apprentices to completing their journeymen credential,” says Jason Perry, Rappahannock Community College’s vice president of workforce development. As a result of its partnership with RCC’s marine trades program, the Deltaville Yachting Center has recently been awarded a Virginia Apprenticeship Council certificate of appreciation for “five years of ...
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  • Monday August 10th, 2015
    Developed with the serious student of marine biology in mind, Rappahannock Community College’s five-week summer “Coastal Ecology” course consisted of three weeks of online academic work, followed by two weeks of intensive lab and field work at the College of William and Mary’s Virginia Institute for Marine Sciences (VIMS) facility at Gloucester Point. This portion of the course included a day on the water in ...
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