Come out and Run/Walk for Education with this year’s VIRTUAL spin on our community’s favorite annual race! You can participate and submit your time anytime between March 20th and April 10th to be entered into the “race”!
Registration opens February 16th and is open through April 1st!Entry packages including T-Shirts, Finisher’s Medals, student discounts, and more. Participants will be entered for our famous VIRTUAL “door prizes!”
Last week, The White House announced an extension of mortgage relief programs and the moratorium on home foreclosures through June as thousands of Americans continue to struggle to keep up with payments during the coronavirus pandemic. Recent Federal reports estimate that just over 10 million homeowners are behind on mortgage payments.
If you are a homeowner, it’s important to know your options, rights, and available resources through the CARES Act. Many homeowners have the right to a forbearance (when the lender allows you to temporarily pay your mortgage at a lower payment or pause paying your mortgage) for a coronavirus-related financial hardship.
To see if your mortgage is qualified for a forbearance, contact your lender, a HUD-approved housing counseling agency or visit https://www.covidhelpforhome.org/ to learn more.
Be sure to check out Gloucester County Virginia Government’s first segment of “Current Conversations.” This segment features Dr. Richard Williams of the Three Rivers Health District.
In it, Dr. Williams provides the latest updates on the downward trend of COVID-19 cases, the latest information on the vaccine and the state’s efforts in providing a centralized system to pre-register for your vaccine.
Visit the Gloucester Museum of History and experience the new exhibit, “Awakening: The Life & Legacy of T.C. Walker.”
Featuring a reproduction of the T.C. Walker mural from Main Street, the exhibit includes a 100-year-old desk that is on loan from the Woodville Rosenwald School, documents from the archives of the Gloucester Museum of History, and objects from Bethel Baptist Church. Explore the stories from the mural. Learn about the life of a local hero. Be inspired to make a difference in your community.
The Museum, located at 6539 Main Street, is open Mondays through Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.