MiddleNeck Living

  • Monday October 26th, 2015
    By Don Hirst Publicist, Northumberland Public Library If there’s a book that you want to read, but you can’t find it on the shelves of the Northumberland Public Library, don’t despair. Instead, ask the library staff to get it for you under the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) program. Library employee Alison Towles is an expert at using the ILL program to get books patrons are looking for. Simply ask ...
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  • Monday October 19th, 2015
    On Thursday, October 22nd, Middlesex County candidates vying for office in the November 3rd election will participate in a county-wide Community Candidates Forum from 7-9 p.m, in the St. Clare Walker Middle School auditorium at Locust Hill. The Forum is sponsored by the Middlesex County Republican Committee, Middlesex NAACP-Unit 7091, and Middlesex County Democratic Party; and will give candidates a chance to present their platforms to ...
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  • Monday October 19th, 2015
    On Saturday, October 24th, the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce is set to host the 6th annual Gloucester Wine Festival.  Held from 11 am- 5 pm at Brent and Becky’s Bulbs (7900 Daffodil Lane,) the festival will feature 12 Virginia wineries, food, live music, retail vendors, wine tasting, arts and crafts, and educational seminars. “The Wine Festival is a celebration of a growing industry in Virginia, ...
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  • Monday October 19th, 2015
    On Saturday, October 24th, Rappahannock Westminister-Canterbury will be hosting the 4th annual ‘Trick and Trot Monster Mile’ and the ‘Run for Your Life 5k Run/Walk.’  The runs are an effort to raise awareness of the importance of wellness and to develop an innovative facility that will allow resident and community members to embrace a healthy lifestyle.  All proceeds will benefit the RWC Wellness Expansion project.  ...
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  • Monday October 19th, 2015
    On October 14, Rappahannock Community College’s Student Support Services Office sponsored a midday talk from wellness, fitness, and diet expert Dr. Richard Honey. The main topic he addressed was coping with stress. “Is stress good or bad?” he asked. As part of the body’s response to dangerous situations, the surge of adrenaline that quickens heartbeat, breathing, blood flow, and reflexes, and stimulates muscles to deliver speed ...
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  • Monday October 19th, 2015
    Two visits from the American Red Cross Bloodmobile, to Rappahannock Community College’s Glenns Campus on September 28, and to its Warsaw Campus on October 7, were sponsored and coordinated by RCC’s associate-degree nursing program. The total donations amounted to 48 units. Participating nursing students were Jon Autry, Amy Floyd, Shelby Gwartney, Gloria Beth Pagan, Laura Redman, Lamar Saunders, and Chris Wisely, all of Gloucester County; Bianca ...
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  • Monday October 12th, 2015
    The Animal Welfare League is presenting its 15th annual Dog Gone Dog Show Saturday, October 17th at the Irvington Commons.  Baked goods, picnic foods and beverages will all be for sale.  Pet Boutiques, a silent auction, pet micro-chipping and nail trimming will all be present as well.  The Animal Welfare League invites you to bring your dog and join the fun.  Plenty of contests will ...
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