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Volunteers Needed For the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships

I have mentioned this before, and now there is this plea:

In just a few weeks from now, we will be hosting the 2014 USA Cycling Collegiate National Championships in downtown Richmond. The event will feature 400 student athletes from more than 100 colleges and universities from across the country. It is also serving as the official test event for the 2015 UCI Road World Championships.

We are seeking committed individuals to serve as course marshals on Friday, May 2nd, Saturday, May 3rd and Sunday, May 4th, 2014. The course marshal role is considered to be the “best seat in the house” as they assist race organizers with crowd control and traffic safety as the racers speed by.

Each volunteer will receive a t-shirt to commemorate the event, food and beverage during their shift and a 15% discount code to use on Richmond 2015 merchandise. In addition, if you volunteer for 2014, Richmond 2015 will provide you with your first choice of volunteer role for the 2015 World Championships when the best men and women cyclists, from all over the world, race through the streets of the Richmond region.

See the attached flier for more information, or to register visit our volunteer site at www.richmond2015.com/volunteer. If you have questions, send them to volunteer@richmond2015.com or call 804-788-5820. Please consider volunteering and please forward to friends, family and co-workers that may be interested.

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Getting Ready For April 12 Clean Up

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Councilperson Parker Agelasto has purposely scheduled his 5th District Clean Up the same day (Saturday, April 12) as VCU’s Paint The Town Green event.

I have heard that St. Andrew’s Church will be joining in- from Deacon Barbara Ambrose-

St. Andrew’s will have a clean up day at the church on Saturday April 12. Perfect timing for us to prepare for all the festivities of Holy week! We will hold a prayer service at 8:15 or 8:30 and would love to invite the other volunteers to join us. We are also talking about having some refreshments available for volunteers if they want to take a break. If you want to forward this e-mail to whoever is heading up the neighborhood effort, feel free to do so.

SPRING! Renegade Market

From email announcement:

Byrd House Renegade Market
3:30 – 6:00 pm

Sub Rosa Bakery – Pastries and Tomten Farm Eggs
Mugsy’s Dogtown Lounge – Raw food Foods and Treats for your 4-legged Family members
Faith Farm Foods – Meats, Eggs, Amish Butter, Honey, Noodles – for your 2-legged Family members

WBCH annual Byrd House Bash
= Saturday May 3
Tickets at Eventbrite

Opening Day of Byrd House Market 2014 = Tuesday May 6
Free to Get In! Shop till you drop Great Food!
Meet your 5th District Council Rep: Parker Agelasto
Opening Day Raffle! Live Music! SNAP! “Eat Good” Cooking Demo! Face Painting!
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Ana Edwards, Manager of Byrd House Market
& Library Programs for Grace Arents Library & Education Center
William Byrd Community House www.wbch.org / 804.643.2717 ext.306
224 S. Cherry St. Richmond VA 23220

March 18 Renegade Market and Vendor Orientation +

From email announcement:

Tuesday is a big day all around!

1:00 pm – 2014 Vendor Orientation (Library)
2:30 pm – SNAP Ed Training (Library)
3:00 pm – Renegade Market: Faith Farm Food, Mugsy’s Dogtown Lounge, Sub Rosa Bakery
4:00 pm – WBCH Night at Rumors Boutique – Shop for a Reason!

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And we had a blast at the Fairfield Middle School Health Fair – organized by the students! We did a cooking demonstration and promoted WBCH’s Early Childhood Education preschool and summer camp programs. What did we make? Bok Choy and Leek stir-fry with fresh Garlic and Ginger garnished with a squeeze of fresh Lemon. Folks were lined up for those samples!

Visit byrdhousemarket.blogspot.com for details.
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Ana Edwards, Manager of Byrd House Market
& Library Programs for Grace Arents Library & Education Center
William Byrd Community House www.wbch.org / 804.643.2717 ext.306
224 S. Cherry St. Richmond VA 23220
WBCH – Growing Richmond’s Kids: Smart, Strong, Self-confident. Ready for school. Ready for life.

Fifth Annual Byrd House Bash Fundraiser Announced

From email announcement:

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SAVE THE DATE

SATURDAY, MAY 3, 2014
7PM – 10PM

at Historic Tredegar

Fifth annual BYRD HOUSE BASH

to benefit William Byrd Community House

From the FaceBook event page:

Please join us for the 5th annual Byrd House Bash! Enjoy a night of good old southern hospitality, featuring a silent and live auction, live music, samplings from local restaurants, local craft beers, a wine tasting from Barboursville Vineyards, and much more!

Byrd House Bash 2014 is brought to you by the William Byrd Community House Associate Board. All proceeds to benefit William Byrd Community House.

3rd Annual Oregon Hill Memorial Day Soccer Invitational Tournament Announced

Perhaps the sunny weather this weekend has inspired him- Manny has announced the 3rd Annual Oregon Hill Memorial Day Soccer Tournament for Saturday, May 24.

From the FaceBook event page:

7 vs 7; 30 minute halves on an irregular field. Six teams in tournament style play

$100 TEAM REGISTRATION FEE: ALL PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE WILLIAM BYRD COMMUNITY CENTER
Team Captains should email me at oregonhillnumina@gmail.com for details

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Riverfront Development ‘Community Conversation’ Tuesday

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The Valentine Richmond History Center collaborates with Richmond Magazine, TMI Consulting Inc. and the Future of Richmond’s Past to present this year’s Community Conversations series, conceived to engage the community in a dialogue about the region’s past and how that past can positively shape our collective future. Featured are a series of monthly discussions about various Richmond localities, from Shockoe Bottom to the Boulevard. A Richmond Magazine moderator will lead each discussion, illuminating historical and current-day perspectives that shape our understanding and experience of each location.

Riverfront Development with Jack Cooksey
Tuesday, March 4, 6-8 pm
F.W. Sullivan’s Canal Bar & Grill (Plaza Room), 1001 Haxall Point