Town Crier! You can get the information at this link!
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things! This week, they’ll conclude their three-part series on diversity and inclusion and discuss whether or not the word “privilege” is a dirty word
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things! This week, they’ll continue their three-part series on diversity and inclusion and discuss implicit bias
Gloucester County Virginia and Bay Aging are partnering to bring essential services to Gloucester County residents during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At their July 7th meeting, the Gloucester County Board of Supervisors allocated $610,659 for COVID-19 related and responsive programs targeted specifically to assist higher-risk residents who are maintaining enhanced isolation practices as well as those that have experienced financial hardships related to the pandemic.
The programs include opportunities for rent/mortgage relief, expanded public transportation services, as well as meal delivery and in-home personal care services for those in isolation.
For more information on these important programs visit this link!
This week Gloucester County Virginia will see dangerous heat index values, and high temperatures in the upper 90s to around 100 degrees.
In partnership with Gloucester County Emergency Management and the Gloucester County Library, an “Emergency Community Cooling Station” will be available at the Library’s Main Street location, where residents in need can come inside and get a break from the heat.
This temporary service will be provided:
Monday, July 20th through Friday, July 24th
Open from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Gloucester County Library-Virginia’s Community Room
6920 Main St, Gloucester, VA 23061
The library remains closed to the public; however, curbside service is available!
Call (804) 693-2998
New Post on Money, Health, and Other Things! For the next three weeks, Money, Health, and Other Things will have a three-part discussion on diversity and inclusion. This week they’ll discuss inclusive communication!