Nov
19
Sun
NARFE Holiday Luncheon
Nov 19 all-day

The National Active and Reitred Employees will hold their holiday luncheon on Tuesday, December 5th at the Golden Eagle Grill in Irvington. President Richard Thissen will be speaking at the event.

This is an excellent opportunity for local federal employees and retirees to ask questions about the positions NARFE National has taken on issues related to federal employment/retirement.

In conjunction with NARFE and the Alzheimer’s Association 30 plus year partnership to achieve a world without Alzheimer’s disease, at the luncheon the chapter will hold a silent auction to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research.  Each attendee is invited to bring a white elephant (or better) contribution for the auction.

The cost for lunch will be $31 or $16 for the Vegetarian option. Reservations and payments are due by November 21. Contact Ted Munns at 804-453-3621 to make a reservation or for additional information.

Noise Ordinance @ Fort A.P. Hill
Nov 19 all-day
U.S. Army Garrison Fort A.P. Hill is issuing a noise alert for ordnance demolitions. Residents near the garrison may experience increased noise as result of ordnance demolition until November 19, during the day and night. Low cloud cover may cause higher noise and vibrations.  For concerns, call the Public Affairs Office at (804) 633-8120 during regular business hours.
Nov
20
Mon
CHVC Opioid Misuse Summit
Nov 20 all-day

The Coalition for Healthy Virginia Communities in partnership with the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services board will hold a pair of Opiod Misuse Awareness Summits on Tuesday December 5th. The first summit will be at White Stone Church of the Nazarene from 9:30am – 2pm and the second at the Gloucester County Moose Lodge from 5:30 – 8:30pm. The Keynote speaker will be Mr. Fred Wells Brason II, President/CEO of Project Lazarus. The event is free however registration is required and limited to 150 spots. To register, visit http://chvc.online by November 28th.

NARFE Holiday Luncheon
Nov 20 all-day

The National Active and Reitred Employees will hold their holiday luncheon on Tuesday, December 5th at the Golden Eagle Grill in Irvington. President Richard Thissen will be speaking at the event.

This is an excellent opportunity for local federal employees and retirees to ask questions about the positions NARFE National has taken on issues related to federal employment/retirement.

In conjunction with NARFE and the Alzheimer’s Association 30 plus year partnership to achieve a world without Alzheimer’s disease, at the luncheon the chapter will hold a silent auction to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research.  Each attendee is invited to bring a white elephant (or better) contribution for the auction.

The cost for lunch will be $31 or $16 for the Vegetarian option. Reservations and payments are due by November 21. Contact Ted Munns at 804-453-3621 to make a reservation or for additional information.

Personal Property Taxes & Real Estate Taxes @ Tappahannock Municipal Building
Nov 20 all-day

The Town of Tappahannock personal property and real estate taxes are due by Tuesday December 5. Penalty will be added beginning December 6th. Payments can be made in the Tappahannock Municipal Building Monday – Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Tappahannock Trash and Recycle Schedule
Nov 20 all-day

The Town of Tappahannock will be running a special trash and recycle collection schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The shedule will be:

November 22: Recycles will be picked up

November 23: No Garbage or Recycle Pick up

November 24: Garbage will be picked up as normal

Community Thanksgiving Dinner @ St. Paul's Episcopal Church
Nov 20 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Millers Tavern will be holding a Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Monday, November 20th from 5:30 – 6:30pm. This event is sponsored by both St. Paul’s and Grace Episcopal Church.

Nov
21
Tue
Moose Lodge Lunch with Santa @ Callao Moose Lodge
Nov 21 all-day

The Callao Moose Losge will be hosting Lunch with Santa on Saturday, December 16th from 11am to 3pm. There will be crafts for the kids and a free lunch will be served from Noon to 2pm. Santa will visit with the kids from 1 – 3pm and get a present. Parents will be able to take photos. You must register your child. To register, call or text 804-456-7739 or email jenkins.tera@outlook.com. You must include your child’s age and gender. Deadline to register is December 10th.

NARFE Holiday Luncheon
Nov 21 all-day

The National Active and Reitred Employees will hold their holiday luncheon on Tuesday, December 5th at the Golden Eagle Grill in Irvington. President Richard Thissen will be speaking at the event.

This is an excellent opportunity for local federal employees and retirees to ask questions about the positions NARFE National has taken on issues related to federal employment/retirement.

In conjunction with NARFE and the Alzheimer’s Association 30 plus year partnership to achieve a world without Alzheimer’s disease, at the luncheon the chapter will hold a silent auction to raise money for Alzheimer’s Research.  Each attendee is invited to bring a white elephant (or better) contribution for the auction.

The cost for lunch will be $31 or $16 for the Vegetarian option. Reservations and payments are due by November 21. Contact Ted Munns at 804-453-3621 to make a reservation or for additional information.

Opioid Misuse Awareness Summits
Nov 21 all-day

The Coalition for Healthy Virginia Communities in partnership with the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services will be holding 2 Opioid Misuse Awareness Summits on Tuesday December 5th. The first summit will be at White Stone Church of the Nazerene in Kilmarnock from 9:30am – 2pm and the second summit at the Gloscester County Moose Lodge from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Keynote speaker will be Mr. Fred Wells Brason II, President/CEO of Project Lazarus. Registration is required and limited to 150 people. To register visit http://www.chvc.online by November 28th.

 

Tappahannock Trash and Recycle Schedule
Nov 21 all-day

The Town of Tappahannock will be running a special trash and recycle collection schedule for the Thanksgiving Holiday. The shedule will be:

November 22: Recycles will be picked up

November 23: No Garbage or Recycle Pick up

November 24: Garbage will be picked up as normal

Westmoreland Child Find Campaign @ Westmoreland County Public Schools
Nov 21 all-day

The Westmoreland Co. Public School System offers a variety of free special educational programs which serve children between the ages of 2 and 21, inclusive.  In order to located children who are suspected of having a disability, the school system is conducting its annual Child Find Campaign.  Children with a disability whose second birthday falls on or before September 30th of the current school year and have not reached their twenty-second birthday on or before September 30th of this year may be considered for these free programs.

In order to identify and place a child with a disability, Westmoreland County follows an evaluation process.  A committee, including school personnel, parents and other outside sources, meet to consider eligibility criteria.  If a child meets the eligiblity criteria and the disability is found to adversely affect their educational performance, a free appropriate, public education, consisting of special services is provided.  If you think your child may be a disability, please contact Carole Kelley, Director of Special Education at 804-493-8018.

Red Cross Blood Drive @ Tappahannock-Essex Volunteer Fire Dept.
Nov 21 @ 12:30 pm – 7:00 pm

The American Red Cross encourages people to share their good health this holiday season by donating blood for patients in need. A decline in donations occurs from Thanksgiving to New Year’s Day when donors are busy with holiday activities and travel. However, patients don’t get a holiday break from needing lifesaving transfusions. In fact, every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood. The next blood drive will be at the Tappahannock-Essex Volunteer Fire Department on Tuesday November 21 from 1 – 7pm

How to Create Your Business Plan Narrative & Financials @ Enterprise Center
Nov 21 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm

The University of Mary Washington Small Business Development Center in Warsaw will​ be offering “How to Create Your Business Plan Narrative & Financials.” a two part series in November. The Business Plan Narrative will be offered on November 21st and the Business Plan Financial Projections will be offered on November 30th. Whether you’re just starting your business or you’ve been in business for a while, having a business plan is vital in gauging the success of your business, an important tool to seek financing, or to market your business. ​These workshops will be held at the Enterprise Center, 482 Main Street, Warsaw from 6:00-8:30 pm. Please contact Bonnie Haywood for further information on how to register at (804) 333-0286 or bhaywood@umw.edu.​​

Potomac River Crab Advisory Meeting @ PRFC Building
Nov 21 @ 5:30 pm

The Potomac River Crab Advisory Committee, will meet on Tuesday November 21st in the John T. Parran Hearing Room of the PRFC Office Building in Colonial Beach beginning at 6pm. The public is invited to attend.