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Gnome home (6/27/2018) - This is the new gnome home that is getting all the attention on Mark Pine Road at Bena. It started out as a beloved maple tree at the home of…
DAR officers (6/27/2018) - New officers of the Cricket Hill chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, were sworn in on May 17 by past regent Suzy Jones. From left are Carolyn Hogge, returning as…
York River Circle (6/20/2018) - The York River Circle of The King’s Daughters and Sons installed new officers for 2018-2020 during a luncheon held on June 5 at Abingdon Episcopal Church, White Marsh. They are,…
1860s fashion show benefits UDC scholarship fund (6/13/2018) - A 21st century audience got a lesson in fashion on Saturday from “Victorian ladies” Kim Forslund and Marilyn Iglesias, who gave a step-by-step demonstration of how a woman dressed in…
Bird watch to be held at Port Haywood (6/13/2018) - The Middle Peninsula Bird Club will hold a bird watch at 8 a.m. on Thursday, June 21 at the home of Louise Witherspoon, 724 Turpin Lane, Port Haywood. The property…
CHKD donation (5/16/2018) - Members of the York River Circle of The King’s Daughters and Sons visited the Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters on May 1 to deliver the proceeds from their annual…
Spring Oyster Fair (5/2/2018) - The Tidewater Oyster Growers’ Association sponsored its annual Spring Oyster Fair Saturday at the Gwynn’s Island Civic Center. The day included vendors of oyster gardening equipment and lectures about oyster…
Get your pound cakes ready for May Faire (4/18/2018) - There is still time to bring out those favorite pound cake recipes. Get your mixer running and turn on the oven for May Faire’s second annual pound cake contest on…
Bird walk to be held April 26 (4/18/2018) - The Middle Peninsula Bird Club will hold a bird walk at 8 a.m. next Thursday, April 26, at the home of George and Susan Nottingham, 11111 Ferry Creek Avenue, Dutton.…
Abingdon Woman’s Club (4/18/2018) - New officers for the Abingdon Woman’s Club were installed in their positions during a ceremony on April 10 by past president Amelita Thomas. From left are Thomas, historian Tina McManus,…
Beautifying the gateway to Gloucester (4/11/2018) - On your way to Gloucester coming north on Route 17, crossing the Coleman Bridge, and going slowly through the toll booths, the flowering planters grab your attention. Known as “the…
Coloring contest winners (4/4/2018) -  
Daffodil Show winners are named (4/4/2018) - Winners in the Gloucester Daffodil Show, held March 24 and 25 as part of the Gloucester Daffodil Festival, include these citations in the Artistic Design division: Ann H. Tunner Award…
Scenes from the Gloucester Daffodil Show (3/28/2018) -  Melissa Ashe, at left above, won the Gloucester Daffodil Show’s Honorable Harvey Morgan People’s Choice Award for her artistic entry with the theme, ”Hidden Figures.” Visitors to the show were…
Recipes from culinary grads (3/14/2018) - BBQ CHICKEN, PINEAPPLE AND ARUGULA SKILLET PIZZA  BBQ sauce (homemade preferred)  Chicken meat cooked, then chopped or shredded (optional)  Pineapple fresh, in rings or just small  Arugula  Red onions, julienne  Monterey…
Children, adults invited to express creativity with daffodil arrangements (3/7/2018) - The Garden Club of Gloucester plans two chances to arrange Gloucester’s famous daffodils during the Daffodil Festival to be held on March 24-25. Arts on Main, 6580 Main Street, will…
Children, adults invited to express creativity with daffodil arrangements (3/7/2018) - The Garden Club of Gloucester plans two chances to arrange Gloucester’s famous daffodils during the Daffodil Festival to be held on March 24-25. Arts on Main, 6580 Main Street, will…
Ready for the festival (3/7/2018) - Members of the Gloucester Woman’s Club hold and wear various daffodil-themed items that will be for sale at their booth at the upcoming Daffodil Festival. Among the items are felt…
‘Choose Your Charity’ sale (2/28/2018) - Penny Doyel, Layne Brown and Susan Smith, from left, prepare for the North River Circle of The King’s Daughters “Choose Your Charity” Rummage Sale at the White Marsh Shopping Center…
Bird watchers (2/28/2018) - In spite of the fog, members of the Middle Peninsula Bird Club enjoyed a morning of birdwatching on Feb. 20 at Bethel Beach Natural Area Preserve in Mathews. From left…
Daffodil Show (2/21/2018) - Daffodil Show committee met recently to coordinate details for this year’s show, which will be held at Botetourt Elementary School on March 24-25. A part of the 2018 Gloucester Daffodil…
Terrarium project (2/21/2018) - The Mathews-Middlesex Master Gardeners learned about making terrariums in their own planters during a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13 at Kingston Episcopal Parish House in Mathews. Shown working on their…
Delia Ray to speak at Book Author Luncheon (2/21/2018) - Author Delia Ray will be the featured speaker at the York River Circle of The King’s Daughters and Sons’ 25th annual Book Author Luncheon, which will be held at noon…
Black Men Cooking returns to Gloucester Saturday (2/14/2018) - To benefit its scholarship fund, Iota Phi Lambda Sorority Inc. Epsilon Eta Chapter of Gloucester will host its annual Black History Program and Black Men Cooking from 1-3 p.m. Saturday…
First-person history (2/7/2018) - Members of the Augustine Warner chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, welcomed “Polly,” a slave who lived on the Rosewell Foundation during the 18th century, to the chapter’s…