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  • King and Queen County Community Pride Day Parade

    You are invited to join us and participate in the Community Pride Day Parade. The parade will kick-off the Community Pride Day activities beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 17 at Central High School. We ask that you participate by entering a float, car marching unit, band, walk and wave, etc....

  • Edge Worship Center seeking donations

    The Edge Worship Center provides spiritual guidance and growth for our community. The Edge provides children in the community with opportunities to fellowship while encouraging our children to give back to their community. The Edge Worship Center is gearing up for an upcoming event on Oct. 31....

  • MONDAY CLUB CANDIDATE FORUM

    West Point's Monday Club will hold a Candidate Forum open to the general public on Monday, October 12th at 7 PM. The meeting will take place at the United Methodist Church located at 1020 Main Street in West Point. The Club invited all candidates from West Point and King William County to participate....

  • ANNUAL CHRISTIAN EDUCATION WORKSHOP

    Southside Rappahannock Baptist Association and Its Allied BodiesTheme: "United Together to Build"-- Nehemiah 4:6 ANNUAL CHRISTIAN EDUCATION WORKSHOPSaturday, October 3, 20159:00 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.Will be held atBeulah Baptist ChurchReverend Floyd Johnson, Sr. PastorTappahannock, VA 22560 Focus: "We...

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  • 121st ANNUAL SESSION OF THE TUCKAHOE ASSOCIATION

    PAMUNKEY BAPTIST ASSOCIATIONKING WILLIAM, VIRGINIA ON WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2015, MEMBERS OF THIS ASSOCIATION WERE IN ATTENDANCE AT THE 121st ANNUAL SESSION OF THE TUCKAHOE ASSOCIATION AT THE ABNER BAPTIST CHURCH, GLEN ALLEN VA. AND THE 100TH SESSION OF THE WOMENS AUXILIARY. REV. FRANK LOMAX,...

  • James City County/Williamsburg Master Gardener Program Accepting Applications for 2016

    The James City County-Williamsburg Master Gardener Program (JCCWMG) is now accepting applications for the Class of 2016. Program information, brochures, and applications are available on the Web at www.JCCWMG.org or at the Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) Office located in Toano at 3127 Forge...

  • Scouting for Food Campaign

    It's that time of year again for the Scouting for Food Campaign. Last year the Cub Scouts from Pack 340 collected from the Town of West Point over 1,699 pounds of food and gave to The Good Neighbor Center. Your Scouts were extremely proud and would love to surpass that amount this year. With your...

  • Meet the Candidates Night

    The Monday Club will host a Meet the Candidates Night at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the West Point United Methodist Church, on East 7th Street. The event is open and free for the public to meet candidates running for office in West Point and King William County. This item was posted by a community contributor.

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  • Chick-fil-A Scholarship Recipients in Williamsburg, Virginia

    Chick-fil-A Scholarship Recipients in Williamsburg, Virginia

    We're proud to announce that Emily Worrill and Rebecca Blackford, Team Member's at the Monticello Marketplace Chick-fil-A have received scholarships through Chick-fil-A's Remarkable Futures initiative. Emily and Rebecca were selected out of 3,424 students around the country to receive $2,500 to...

  • Kappa's Award $10,000 In Scholarships

    Kappa's Award $10,000 In Scholarships

    The Hampton-Newport News (VA) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. recently awarded $10,000 dollars in scholarships to local high school seniors. The event was held on 21 May 2017, at 3pm at the Northampton Community Center on Todds Lane in Hampton. Pictured on the back row from left...

  • Should you be afraid of living in a wooden skyscraper?

    Should you be afraid of living in a wooden skyscraper?

    Just about everyone agrees that the environment should be the object of our care and consideration, if only because we depend on it and have no spares. But after the past years of eco-lobbying for ever-greener living and building ways, experts are beginning to raise flags about dangers we could...

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  • Muscarelle names architect for expansion

    Muscarelle names architect for expansion

    Pelli Clarke Pelli design firm hired for project

    • Grandson grows up in The Last Frontier

      Having a grandson living in Alaska has been an interesting experience for our family and friends living in Williamsburg. Since the age of 3, Tanner has been spending a part of his summers here with us. Like many Alaskans, his parents work hard during the summer, especially in the tourist areas,...

        • Women's Chorus offers bright sunshine

          With the break in dismal weather this week, the Williamsburg Women's Chorus delivered a program, Tuesday in Walnut Hills Baptist Church, that heralded our current run of sun and warmth, "The Earth Sings." As promotional material indicated, the concert would focus on music about nature and the abundance...

            • Local authors tout new books

              Local authors tout new books

              Williamsburg is known for its diverse history and the diverse interests of its people. Several area authors hope to capitalize on that with their new books spanning topics from William and Mary's unique history to the experiences of the great outdoors. "From Student to Warrior: A Military History...

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