Pine Street Yard Sale Drop-Off This Saturday

I already mentioned the Sierra Club U of R Yard Sale this Saturday.
And it looks like the Church Hill Yard Sale will be on May 20.

But Pine Street Baptist Church is having a yard sale on May 19th (not this Saturday, but next one) at 8 am.
All proceeds will benefit the mission activities of the church, such as CARITAS homeless ministry, adult home ministry. Their youth group will be selling coffee and donuts that morning and hot dogs and drinks around lunch to raise money for their summer camp activities.

The Church is accepting donated items for the sale this Saturday from 10 am until 2 pm or on Friday, May 18th from 4 pm to 8 pm.They will also be glad to pick up at a convenient time by appointment. Call or email the Church to set up a time (804 644 0339, info at pinestbaptist.com).

This and other yard sales can be a good way for students to recycle their belongings at the end of the year, instead of dumping them in the trash.

Belle Island Battle

From today’s Richmond Police Daily Crime Report:

1st Precinct
AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
Belle Isle 9:30 p.m.
A group of males reported they were assaulted by a group of males.

I am guessing this was last night?

Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force Meets Thursday

From City press release:

All residents are invited and encouraged to attend

WHAT The Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force will hold a meeting. The purpose of the Task Force is to make recommendations to Richmond City Council with regard to enhancing mass transit in the Metro-Richmond area and the efficiency and effectiveness of the GRTC Transit System. The meeting is free and open to the public and all residents are invited and encouraged to attend.

WHEN Thursday, May 10, 2012
4:00-6:00 p.m.

WHERE Richmond Department of Economic Development
Richmond Main Street Station – 3rd Floor Conference Room
1500 East Main Street; Richmond, Virginia 23219
(PARKING: Free parking is available on the west side of the building by using the Franklin Street Entrance and using the lot below the Interstate. When facing the Train Station from the Franklin Street Entrance, make a right and park towards the Clock Tower end. When facing the building from the parking lot, the entrance door to the Richmond Department of Economic Development is located on the right of the building.)

WHO Members of the Richmond City Council GRTC and Transit Study Task Force

CONTACT For more information, please contact Councilman Bruce W. Tyler, Richmond City Council, West End 1st District, at 804.357.6007; or bruce.tyler@richmondgov.com.

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