A Green Vendor Fair, where more than 15 local businesses and agencies promoted environmentally-friendly goods and services, was held April 19 at the Abingdon Ruritan Centre, Bena. Makalia Records, executive director of the Gloucester County Chamber of Commerce, said that approximately 75 people attended the three-hour long event, sponsored by the chamber and Workforce Development at Rappahannock Community College. Shown are, from left, Elliott Hogge, Andrew Gayfield, Jordan Sparks, “Pest” Chris Fisher, Christopher Lamb Jr., and Lamb’s Exterminating owner Chris Lamb. Photo by Bill Nachman
Approximately 75 people attended the three-hour long event.
The Chamber will be busy this May as it sponsors three events.
Fewer than one out of four programs surveyed last year received the recognition.
About a dozen members descended upon the store.
A Spring Vendor & Craft Expo was held Saturday at the Gloucester Moose Lodge. Each vendor donated an item for raffles held to benefit the Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic. Shown from left are Babs Zuhowski, Lydia Simmons, George Webb and Connie Batchelor. Over $400 was raised at the event. Photo by Bill Nachman
The Expo was held to benefit the Gloucester-Mathews Free Clinic.
The initiative is designed to improve regional economic development.
The business has several components.
Chick-fil-A of Gloucester hosted an Easter egg hunt for children Saturday morning. A surprise could be found in every egg, including coupons, candy and treats. The Chick-fil-A Cow was also visiting the store. Above, children race to grab as many eggs as they can from the front lawn of the restaurant. Photo by Quinton Sheppard
Chick-fil-A of Gloucester hosted an Easter egg hunt for children Saturday morning.
The business handles all types of heating and cooling work.
A reception is scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Warner Hall to mark the special occasion.
Jose Portal offers eye exams, as well as some surgical procedures of the eyelid and cornea.
Approximately 15-20 local businesses are expected to participate.