This week’s Town Crier! You can get the information at this link!
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things! Last week we discussed six resume writing tips for those looking for new jobs. This week we’ll follow up that post and discuss six interviewing tips!
The Gloucester County Library began offering Curbside Service on May 20. The service will allow patrons to pick up holds on any books they may have placed. Also, patrons will be able to return books that they have finished at the book drop. Currently, the service will only be available at the Main Library and not at the Point Branch at this time.
Book drops will also be open Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things! Unfortunately, COVID-19 has resulted in a number of layoffs and increased unemployment. If you find yourself looking for a new job, here are six resume writing tips.
Gloucester County receives Federal dollars and Congressional representation based off of the number of residents who fill out their 2020 Census. Have you filled yours out? Visit 2020Census.gov
Ready to Grow – Ready to Go is a birth to preschool initiative aimed at kindergarten preparedness. It considers all developmental aspects when providing resources to caregivers, including social-emotional wellness, academic skills, and motor movement preparation.
Currently, the organization is looking to place Free Little Libraries around Gloucester and is hoping to recruit some help in building these Little Libraries! Check out this page for more information!
A great way to help our neighbors in need! Please consider contributing to the Rotary Club of Gloucester Point’s Food Drive with Gloucester CERT. All donations can be dropped off at Edward Jones Office – 6584 Main Street, Gloucester, VA