1 Neighborhood News & Notes Volume 12 Issue 4 August - September 2015 A bi-monthly publication for the Members of the Charter Colony Foundation Photograph courtesy of Bridget Hazel Photography The Charter Colony Neighborhood Watch will be hosting the 6th Annual National Night Out celebration at the Charter House Pool on August 4th from 6-8 PM. Come out to the vendor fair to meet local businesses, enter the raffle to win amazing door prizes and support the ImpactRVA School Supply Drive! See page 3 for more exciting details about this event! Because it s how you live that matters. National Night Out Celebration! Tuesday, August 4th Rain or Shine 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Charter House Pool
2 Page 2 FINAL FLOAT NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA!!! Friday, August 14 6:00-9:00 PM ~ Charter House Pool Join the excitement at the final Friday Float Night Extravaganza featuring a Gigantic Dolphin Water Slide, Food Truck and Adult Beverages! Bring your floats, family and friends out to the pool for a fun and relaxing night at the pool!! Grab dinner from the Slideways Mobile Bistro or purchase $1 Hot Dogs and $1 Ice Cream Floats with a special HHHunt Blue Cup from the Pool Concessions. As a special treat, adult beverages will be available for cash sales (ID Required). Please note: NO Outside alcoholic beverages or glass containers permitted. Don t Miss the Last Friday Float Night Celebration!! In partnership with the Foundation, event sponsored by: Photograph courtesy of Bridget Hazel Photography Where is Your Cup Going This Summer? Show us How You Live! Whether it s a swim team meet, a backyard bar-b-que, a hike in the mountains or an exotic vacation, take this cup with you. Send a fun Summer photograph of you or household with your cup having a great time this Summer to enter the How You Live Contest. Prizes will be awarded for the best Sports-Related Photo, Nature Inspired Photo, Action Packed Photo, Summer Get- Together Photo, Community Amenities Photo and Travel- Adventure Photo. Photos can be sent to with your community, name, address and home number. For questions, contact Trish Lawman by at or , ext
3 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT August 4th 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Charter House Pool Joey s Hot Dog Truck * Mr. Softee Ice Cream Truck DJ - Jason Paige * BaSKEEball Inflatable Game Vendor Fair with over 20 local businesses * Amazing Raffle Educational Visitors * Neighborhood Watch Program Booth Meet McGruff & Chick Fil A Cow ImpactRVA School Supply Drive The Charter Colony Neighborhood Watch Group is hosting the 6th Annual National Night Out Celebration on August 4th at the Charter House Pool. National Night Out is a great way to meet your neighbors, visit with the Neighborhood Watch volunteers, greet local businesses at the vendor fair and enter the raffle to win amazing door prizes! You are invited to bring your own picnic dinner to enjoy at the pool or purchase dinner from our favorite Joey s Hot Dog Truck selling hot dogs, hamburgers and BBQ. (CASH ONLY) Complimentary ice cream tickets & giveaways will be handed out on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last. ImpactRVA School Supply Drive Charter Colony residents! We have a great opportunity for our community to provide school supplies to Chesterfield County students in need this coming school year. As a part of their ImpactRVA local service initiative, Journey Christian Church will be on-site at our National Night Out celebration collecting new school supplies to distribute for the start of the school year. Recommended Supplies: Washable markers Crayola crayons Colored pencils Glue sticks Children s scissors Notebook paper Tissues Hand sanitizer Ziplock baggies Collection bins will also be available at the Charter House and Lifeguard Check-In Station from Monday, July 20 - Tuesday, August 11. Get together with your neighbors and make an impact in our area schools. Together, we can help all children succeed. Photograph courtesy of Bridget Hazel Photography The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
4 Page 4 1st ANNUAL SUMMER KICK-OFF SPLASH NIGHT! Charter Colony celebrated the start of the 2015 Summer Pool Season with lots of bubbles and fun at the 1st Annual Summer Kick-Off Splash Night!! In spite of the weather, over 250 residents enjoyed the evening activities including the giant foam pit, an amazing raffle and the wonderful tunes & entertainment by DJ - Jason Paige! The Activities Committee is very excited to host this event again next year! A Big Thank You to VA Family Dentistry for sponsoring this awesome event!
5 1st ANNUAL SUMMER KICK KICK--OFF SPLASH NIGHT!
6 Page 6 Wild West Fall Festival Photograph courtesy of Bridget Hazel Photography Save the Date! October 11th ** 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM Colony Park Plan to come down to Olde Colony Towne with your family & neighbors to partake in some wild west fun n grub! Attractions will include a Live Petting Zoo, Huge Climbing Wall, Western Inflatables and Games, Face Painting Cowboys, Choo Choo Train, Delicious Food Trucks, Adult Saloon and More!! CHARTER COLONY CRIMSON CROCS SUCCESS IN 2015 Congratulations to the following Crocs that will head to Champs on July 27 th & 28th! Mites: Madeline Fisher, Alicia Bemis, Addisan Taylor, Sasha Damevski, Katie Hardiman, Lara Loucks, Ethan Vincent, Leo Colacurcio. Midgets: Lexi Dinora, Trinity Schulze, Kaelynn Bemis, Aisley Papierniak, Shane Loucks, Lance Barrett, Landon Locke. Juniors: Sophia Barrett, Sophia Scarpinato, Kristen Pruitt, Katelyn Urbanic, Emily Truong, Dylan Vincent, Hogan Schulze, Bryce Hardiman, James Hall, Bryson Mann. Intermediates: Kylie Pruitt, Madeline Sheffler, Eric Truong, Zachary Biller. Seniors: Lauren Hall, Julie Brochetti, Colbie Dameron, Emma Bilski. Our very own Assistant Coach Justin Rich has broken numerous league records to include Senior Boys 50 meter freestyle with a time of seconds. Justin is competing at Junior Nationals the week of July 27th in hopes of qualifying for Olympic trials next year. Good Luck Justin! Honorable mention goes out to Madeline Fisher who is currently ranked first in the league in three events: Mite Girls 25 meter breast stroke, 25 meter butterfly and 25 meter freestyle and second in the league in 25 meter backstroke. Go Madeline! Crocs had a great season with 4 wins and 2 losses!
7 NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS: Trash & Recycle Update- County Waste will be servicing Charter Colony Trash & Recycling on Thursdays each week, unless otherwise noted due to weather or holidays. Two different trucks will service the Villages each week so residents are asked to leave the containers by the curb until both are empty. Residents who have any issues with their containers should contact County Waste directly at Yard Debris Pick-Up- County Waste will take yard debris during Thursday s trash pick-up day if disposed of properly. They request that items such as branches and tree clippings be bundled with twine or some type of cord and be no longer than 4 feet and no wider than 3 feet. Yard clippings or leaves must be bagged for pick-up. Residents may dispose of 5 bags of yard debris per week. Please ensure that the bags are placed inside the toter first, then the remainder of bags can be placed next to the toter, once its full. Please be courteous and make sure bags are not too heavy. Community Dumpsters- Please remember that the trash dumpsters within some of the Villages in Charter Colony are private and not for residential use. Residents should use their own receptacles to dispose of household trash or visit the nearby Refuse Center. For residential use, Chesterfield County operates a Convenience Refuse Center located at 3200 Warbro Road from 9:30 AM- 6:00 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There is a nominal fee for waste disposal. Please call for more information. Please note, this site is closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Pet Waste- Please be thoughtful to neighbors by not walking your dog in their yard and ensuring that any pet waste is promptly removed from common areas. Members should always walk with a disposal bag and be prepared to pick up after their pet. Pet stations have been located throughout Charter Colony to assist in this effort. Please do not use the pet stations for other refuse.. Charter Colony Foundation 2015 Board of Directors Meeting Thursday, October 22nd Charter House ~ 6PM All residents are welcome to attend. Meetings are open to all Charter Colony Foundation Members The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
8 Page 8 FALL COMMUNITY YARD SALE September 19th 7:00 AM - 12 Noon Rain Date ~ September 26th Twice a year, the Charter Colony Foundation hosts a Community Yard Sale with two options for participation. Members must register for a Home Yard Sale or a location at the Charter House parking lot. There will not be a fee to participate in the yard sale at either location. For additional information, call Leslie at the Charter House or Sign Up Genius registration will be available starting August 17th. Home Yard Sale Members will be responsible for placing their own yard sale advertisement with the local media and creating and placing all yard sale signage. Signage shall be in place no more than 48 hours before the sale and removed no more than 12 hours after the sale. Members will be responsible for removing all yard sale items and supplies from their driveway/yard at the end of the sale; no later than 3 hours after the sale. Charter House Yard Sale The Foundation staff will place a yard sale advertisement in the local newspaper, and on popular yard sale websites in addition to hanging a banner on Charter Colony Parkway. We will assign a yard sale booth in the Charter House parking lot to participants in the order in which members register on signupgenius.com. On the morning of the yard sale, members will be responsible for locating their own booth and may start setting up at anytime prior to the sale. Please note that yard sale items may not be set up or left in the parking lot overnight. Two Nights of Cookies with Santa & Mrs. Claus Wednesday, December 2nd Thursday, December 3rd Charter House Hundreds of Charter Colony families visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus during this magical occasion! Due to the overwhelming interest at this event last year, the Activities Committee has added another night of festivities to make sure everyone has a chance to visit with Santa & Mrs. Claus. To cover increased costs, a $10 fee per household will be required with advance registration to enjoy a meeting with Santa & Mrs. Claus as well as receive complimentary professional digital photos from Bridget Hazel Photography. Cookies with Santa & Mrs. Claus registration forms will be accepted starting November 2, Reservation time-slots are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Look for more details and the registration form in the October newsletter. The Charter Colony Annual Food Drive will also be a big part of the holidays from November 30th - December 11th. Please consider giving to the Central Virginia Food Bank by bringing non-perishable food items to the Cookies with Santa event or to the drop off bins located at the Charter House or Colony House. Many thanks to The Primrose School of Midlothian for sponsoring the treat bags.
9 Swift Creek Pediatrics Swift Creek Pediatrics School Physicals Sports Physicals Vaccinations The Millworks Coalfield Commons Place, Suite 201 Midlothian, VA (804) We Accept All Major Insurance Plans The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
10 Page 10 Home loan rates are still near the lowest levels ever seen but these rates won't last forever. You can still take advantage of this rare opportunity and put more cash in your pocket. Call or me for a free consultation today. Your Neighborhood Lender, Eric Craig Branch Partner, Alcova Mortgage 8401 Mayland Drive, Suite R Richmond, Virginia Phone: (804) NMLS Loan Originator ID # Alcova Mortgage Company NMLS ID# NMLS Consumer Access: WEEKLY SOCIAL CONNECTION Bridge Club Thursdays ~ 12:30 PM Charter House Would you like to play bridge in Charter Colony? There are a number of groups that meet regularly. For more information on the group meeting the 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month, please contact Sandy by at Chesterfield Women s League 3rd Wednesdays each month ~ 9:30 AM Village House Whether you are new to the community or a long time resident, the League offers many opportunities to make new friends, get involved in a host of interest groups, and help support local charities. Meetings begin on September 16th and will continue to meet on the third Wednesday of each month for the Club Year. Each meeting will include a speaker or a fundraising activity to enjoy. All are encouraged and welcome to attend. For more information, please contact Carole Crist at or Christian Bible Study Starting in the Fall! Every Friday Morning ~ 10:00-11:30 AM Colony House Join our Christian Bible Study Group that meets every Friday morning. Discussion topics include study of the Word through scripture, materials and Q & A. For more information or interest in an evening group, please contact Diane Caron, Afternoon Bingo 1st Wednesday of each month ~ 2:30 PM Sept. 2, Oct 7, Nov 4, Holiday Bingo- Dec 9 Charter House Join the fun each month at the Charter House for an afternoon with friends, snacks and prizes! All are welcome to attend. Needlework Club Mondays ~ 7:00 PM Colony House This is a club for members with all levels of needlework experience. Contact Jane at for more information. Exciting news about the pool season.. The Pool Committee and Board of Directors have approved keeping the Charter House pool open 2 extra weekends this season! On September 12 th, 13 th, 19 th & 20 th, weather permitting, this pool will be open from 12-6pm. The Village House pool will close on Labor Day, however, all residents are invited to use the Charter House pool for these two special weekends. Please be sure to check your eblasts for updated pool information in case the weather should be unfavorable for the pool. Enjoy a few extra days of pool fun!
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12 Page 12 The New Science in Pain Rehabilitation and Sports Performance A Functional Manual Therapy Clinic 1 of only 17 Functional Manual Therapy Foundation Orthopedic Physical Therapy Centers in the United States (part of your Charter Colony neighborhood) Charter Colony Neighborhood Watch Village Captains Needed The Charter Colony Neighborhood Watch is a volunteer program comprised of residents dedicated to crime prevention in the community. Residents work together with local law enforcement agencies to provide education and resources to residents. Charter Colony needs many Village Captains or Co-Captains for each Village. It s a great way to help the community and to get to know your neighbors. Ask about this important opportunity at National Night Out or contact : Jennifer Herbert, Charter Colony resident & volunteer - Premier physical therapy treatment and athletic assessment center Privately owned and operated physical therapy clinic* Tell your doctor that for your rehab, you want Advanced Physical Therapy, Inc. Find out more Visit our website at: advancedphysicaltherapyinc.com or contact us directly phone (804) fax (804) Walton Park Lane, Midlothian, VA (Located just off Woolridge Road, a block from Midlothian Turnpike) *We have no financial relationship with any doctor, hospital, or medical corporation that refers to us. To subscribe to NWP s, register online at Pick Up Your New Charter Colony Magnet The Charter Colony Foundation & Neighborhood Watch are pleased to provide magnets listing important phone numbers for easy access. Pick up your magnet at the National Night Out event on August 4th from 6-8 PM or stop by the Charter House Lifeguard Check-In Station to pick one up. 1 magnet per household, while supplies last!
13 The Charter Colony Board of Directors NEEDS YOU! In April of each year the Annual Meeting of the Foundation is held. At this meeting, 2 or 3 seats on the Board of Directors are up for election. The Board meets on a quarterly basis in addition to any special meetings that may require their attendance in between regular meetings. This is a great way to help the community, meet residents and take part in the overall success of Charter Colony! Board members must be in good standing with the Foundation and able to commit to attending the majority of the meetings in addition to a short training session once a year. Members who would like to learn more about this opportunity and the commitment are encouraged to contact Ann Gray, Community Manager, at or Thank you! Moving? Please read this important information! Residents selling their home in Charter Colony should request a Charter Colony Disclosure Packet for the Purchaser of their home. When selling a home in a planned community, it is required by law that the Seller disclose to the Purchaser that the home is located within a development that is subject to the Virginia Property Owner s Association Act. To request a Disclosure Packet please call the Charter House or log onto to download the request form. There is a fee for this packet due from the Seller which can be paid at the time of pick-up or at closing. Please note that previous Disclosure Packets issued at the time of your purchase cannot be transferred to another Purchaser. A new, updated packet is required for all home sale transactions. Residents who have questions about this requirement should call the Colony House at The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
14 Page 14 FREE Fall Tennis Clinics with MTC Sept 12th & Oct 24th Charter Colony Tennis Courts 9 AM: Youth Clinic 8 Yrs & Under and 9-12 Yrs 10AM: Teen Clinic Yrs /Advanced Youth 11AM: 18 Yrs & Over/All Levels The Charter Colony Foundation and Midlothian Tennis Club (MTC) are pleased to offer a series of free fall tennis clinics for members to learn how to play tennis and strengthen their abilities. Clinics are free for members and instructed by MTC highest rated USPTA Certified Pros. Please bring your equipment and a water bottle. To register for one of these free clinics along with an array of other tennis clinics, camps and lessons, please contact Midlothian Tennis directly at or call A Fond Farewell In December 2006, my wife, Lauren, and I moved to Charter Colony, neither of us ever having been in Richmond. After considering communities from Henrico to Hampton Park, we chose Charter Colony for our home and it was one of the best decisions we could make. I had the pleasure of being on the Charter Colony Foundation Board of Directors early on in 2007 with HHHunt. At the point of transition in 2013, I was provided the opportunity to serve the community as President. Over those years, I have seen a community continue to grow and be rated as one of the top communities, one in which I am proud to say I was a part. The community provided us many friends and a great atmosphere to raise our 3 children. The GCM staff has been amazing and the events are top notch, please continue to support them. We hope the best for all in the community. Charter Colony will always be a part of me and for that I would like to thank you for myself and my family, Lauren, Hunter, Trevor and Dylan. Jeff Pitrak
15 MODIFICATION PROCESS Modifications Committee The Charter Colony Modifications Committee is a group of Foundation Members who volunteer to meet every two weeks to review community modification applications. Modification Meetings Meetings are held bi-monthly at the Charter House on Tuesdays at 5:30 PM. Meeting dates are subject to change. Each meeting is required to have quorum, a specific number of committee members present in order to conduct official committee business. Please verify the next upcoming meeting date with the Charter Colony Foundation office at Modification Applications The application deadline to be on the agenda is noon on Monday prior to the meeting date. Please note that applications received after the noon deadline cannot be reviewed until the following meeting. Please remember to include a copy of your plat when applicable showing the location of the modification. Additionally, please include dimensions, color samples, pictures and provide a thorough description of the modification to assist the committee in the review process. Modification Approvals An application is approved when the Modification Committee gives notice to the applicant IN WRITING. Responses will be postal mailed or ed within 3-5 business days. If you prefer to receive your letter via , please request an response on your application and provide your address. For questions, call Vicki at or contact her by at Coming Soon! Charter Colony will be hosting several fun activities at the Village House. DISCOUNTED PREMIERE REGAL MOVIE TICKETS Premiere Movie Tickets are currently available for purchase at the Charter House and Colony House during business hours. The Premiere Movie Ticket is unrestricted and is good at any movie, anytime, at any Regal Theater nationwide, including opening night of blockbuster movies. Any previously purchased VIP Movie Tickets will continue to be honored, as these tickets have no expiration date. Movie Tickets- $8 each Payment by personal check Checks made payable to : Charter Colony Foundation Limit 8 tickets per household per day No Expiration Date on tickets First-come, First-served basis Cash, debit or credit cards - not accepted Supplies are limited Please call before stopping by the office to purchase movie tickets to ensure that staff is on-site to assist you as community management often requires the CCF staff to make visits throughout the community. Business Hours: Monday - Friday from 9 AM - 5 PM. Charter House Colony House Mad Science Camp Week of August 3rd, August 10th & August 17th. For more information contact: or call Let s Play Music Every Tuesday & Wednesday Starting August 25th until April 27, For more information contact: The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
16 Page Charter Colony Foundation Operating Budget The Budget & Finance Committee will soon begin the task of creating the 2016 operating budget for the Charter Colony Foundation. Residents are encouraged to provide budget recommendations to them for consideration. All suggestions should be sent to Ann Gray via at or in writing to Ann Gray, dropped off to the Colony House Foundation office.
17 Don t Miss the Weekly Eblasts In addition to the bi-monthly newsletters, the Charter Colony Foundation sends out weekly communications to those residents registered on the Charter Colony website, In order to be included, please register on the website as soon as possible! How to Register: Follow the quick and easy steps to set up a user account by going online to click on Sign In and select New User. Follow steps 1-4 and click Accept. Please note: If you are leasing your home, contact the Charter Colony Foundation staff before going online to set up an account. Questions? Call the Charter House at The Charter Colony Foundation, Inc.
18 Page 18 Book Your Rental Now! To inquire about date availability: Central Virginia Painting Celebrate Summer with a Fresh Coat of Paint.. Update the Color of a Room Freshen a Coat of Paint on Doors & Shutters Seal or Stain Decks and Fences Doors $35 Shutters $10 Each Update Room Color $125 Paint Mailbox Post- $15 CALL / TODAY! We supply the paint or you can. Featuring Benjamin Moore Paint. CHARTER COLONY FOUNDATION BOARD OF DIRECTORS Charter House and Village House Vicki Johnston at Colony House and Colony Park Ann Gray at Charter House 100 Max. Capacity 5-Hour Rental- $190 Security Deposit- $250 Colony House 75 Max. Capacity 5-Hour Rental- $190 Security Deposit- $250 Village House 50 Max. Capacity 5-Hour Rental- $190 Security Deposit- $250 Vice President: Tonia Peake - Secretary: Jonathan Ridout - Treasurer: Poorav Shah - Assistant Treasurer: Bill Edwards - Photographs courtesy of Bridget Hazel Photography Colony Park Pavilion 4-Hour Rental- $90 Security Deposit- $250 NOTICE: The Charter Colony Foundation, Genesis Community Management, HHHunt or Community Group do not guarantee or endorse any goods or services. Please inspect all goods and services thoroughly. The name Charter Colony is copy written. Use of this name, without the express written permission of the Charter Colony Board of Directors, is not permitted. Attendance and/or participation at Charter Colony amenities, programs, events, and meetings implies consent for you and minors in attendance to be photographed and have that photograph possibly posted within the Charter Colony or HHHunt newsletter, social media, or website.
19 COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT Ann Gray Community Manager Office/Colony House Vicki Johnston Community Coordinator Office/Charter House Leslie Kalb Lifestyle & Business Manager Office/Charter House Trish Lawman Director of Living for HHHunt Communities , ext. 260 SUB ASSOCIATIONS Abbey Village Community Group Marcy Peacock Bristol Village Condos Association Community Services West Charles Small Clayborne Village Community Group Alicia Ferriola FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICES Provided by Community Group Assessments are due quarterly on the 1st day of the month Please do not drop off payments to the clubhouses. Need Assistance If you have not received a coupon book for your assessments, have a question about your account or assessments, or need assistance making a payment, please call: Community Group s Owner Services at , X1. Please leave a message for a call back. Mailed Payments Payments are to be mailed with payment coupon directly to: Community Group P.O. Box Newark, NJ Online Payments To make your payment online, go online to Click on pay assessments. Click on pay my account and sign up with KliknPay. Control each monthly payment on the web or set up a fixed amount each month. Your regular payments can be made directly from your bank account with no checks and no late payments! **Please Note: This does not apply to Westwood Village owners. CHARTER COLONY CLUBHOUSES & PAVILLION Madison Village Community Partners of VA Martha Geiger Westwood Village Property Management Associates Beverly Betcher THE COLONY HOUSE 1001 Westwood Village Way Midlothian, VA Fax COLONY PARK & PAVILION Charter Park Drive Midlothian, VA THE CHARTER HOUSE 1101 Charter Club Way Midlothian, VA Fax THE VILLAGE HOUSE 800 Abbey Village Circle Midlothian, VA For a Charter Colony Homeowners Association Emergency After Hours, Weekends or on Holidays Contact Ann Gray, Community Manager, by at or call to leave a message.
20 Neighborhood News & Notes FINAL FLOAT NIGHT EXTRAVAGANZA Friday, August 14 6:00-9:00 PM Charter House Pool Join the excitement at the Final Friday Float Night featuring a Gigantic Dolphin Water Slide, Slideways Bistro Food Truck & Adult Beverages! Look for more details on page 2 CHARTER COLONY FALL FESTIVAL! ~ Save the Date ~ Wild West Fall Festival Sunday, October 11 3:00-6:00 PM Colony Park Live Petting Zoo Huge Climbing Wall Inflatable Games Face Painting Cowboys Entertainment Delicious Food Trucks Adult Refreshments & More!! More details to come in the October newsletter 2015 CALENDAR August 8-4 National Night Out Celebration 8-7 Friday Float Night 8-14 Friday Float Night Extravaganza September 9-2 Bingo 9-7 DJ at the Pool - Labor Day 9-12 Fall Tennis Clinic 9-19 Fall Community Yard Sale 9-26 Yard Sale (Rain Date) October 10-7 Bingo Wild West Fall Festival Board of Directors Meeting Fall Tennis Clinic Abbey Village Board Meeting November 11-4 Bingo December 12-2 Cookies With Santa 12-3 Cookies With Santa 12-9 Holiday Bingo NATIONAL NIGHT OUT! August 4th 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Charter House Pool Joey s Hot Dog Truck * Mr. Softee Ice Cream DJ - Jason Paige BaSKEEball Inflatable Game Vendor Fair- over 20 local businesses Amazing Raffle Educational Visitors * Neighborhood Watch Meet our Chesterfield Police & Fire, McGruff and the Chick Fil A Cow! Support the ImpactRVA School Supply Drive (Donation bins available until 8/11) Look for more details on Page 3 Because it s how you live that matters.
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