RCC-RILL teacher invited to prestigious conference
Gail Kenna, who is often featured as an instructor of writing and literature courses for the Rappahannock Community College Educational Foundation’s Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learning (RILL), recently returned from the Iowa Writing Festival to find that she had received an invitation to attend the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference.
08.03.2011YMCA Bright Beginnings program seeks donations
Fulfilling every child’s dream of having all of the right gear and tools for a successful school year, the Bright Beginnings program provides the basics of back-to-school preparedness for families that simply cannot afford the expense.
07.27.2011‘Children First’ program offered Aug. 11 in Saluda
The Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services Board (MPNNCSB) Prevention Services Division will hold a 4-hour Children First co-parenting education program designed to prevent custody conflicts for divorced, separated and single parents.
07.27.2011Classic motor teaches marine trades students skills they can use today
As a salvageable marine-use-only engine, Bragg said, the Atomic 4 allowed the students to gain unique experience in diagnosis and repair, and gave them valuable help in learning how to step back and view problems from a different perspective when things went wrong.