We have classes for kids, teens, and adults. Our program is open to all athletes but is specifically designed for those with special needs. This 8 week session runs from Jan 2-Feb 24. See the class times listed below or visit www.rcig.org to find out more information. If you’re not sure our program is right for your family, please call to schedule a free trial class.
The Greater Richmond ARC today announced its weekend respite program schedule at Camp Baker, 7600 Beach Road in Chesterfield, for people with disabilities during December.
A children’s weekend program (for ages six to seventeen) will be held from Friday evening until Sunday afternoon on December 1,2,3. Sessions for adults (eighteen and up) are December 8,9, and 10, and December 15, 16, and 17.
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MHP recently hosted their sixth annual Uncork Hope event on November 3, 2017 at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training camp facility. The event featured Mosaic catering, Happy Jack band, a whiskey and wine wall, Roben Farzad as emcee, Thought Logic as presenting sponsor, 350 guests, and much, much more.
We are still looking for donated dresses and we need A LOT of them with over 400 attendees this year.
Drop off sites are at Kings Charter Club House, Cool Spring Baptist Church, Fairmount Church and West End Presbyterian Church! If these locations do not work, they will find another to help you. Night to Shine RVA will take dresses up through the middle of January!
I created a list of 7 easy ways to add some to your holiday season this year.
Hello, Internet! Cole here. This month, I attended Deep Run’s production of the musical version of Footloose. I didn’t expect much out of it; it was a high school play, after all, and I mainly went to obtain a point for National Honor Society. However, I soon discovered that my initial judgment was wrong: the play went excellently, showcasing an interesting plot, above-average acting skills, and a devoted backstage crew.
December has arrived. So many of us struggle in the Holiday season with the increase in activity, visitors, schedules etc. It can be a really tough time. One of the things I have learned in this journey, and truly try to practice, is remembering to say no. I struggled with this for a long time and now understand how important it is, for you and for your family! It doesn’t make you a “bad guy” and you will still be accepted and loved by those that truly matter.