NEWSLETTER - Church Hill


NEWSLETTER - Church Hill
JULY 2015
“Action is indeed the sole medium of expression for ethics.”
In This Issue
p. 2 - 3, President’s Letter
p. 4 - 5, I RS Diff e r e nc e s 501c 4 5 0 1 c 3
p. 10 - 11,
of the IRS.
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Tom Wilds
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2401 East Broad Street
The Reverend Laura Inscoe, Rector
Parish House: 2319 East Broad Street, RVA 23223 804-649-7938
Come lift your spirit!
Summer Sunday Mornings
10:00 a.m. Holy Communion
11:00 a.m. Coffee Hour
Nursery available every Sunday morning
Annual Stars & Stripes Picnic
July 6, following Worship
Parish Hall
National Night Out Ice-cream Social
Tuesday, August 4, 5:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
On the sidewalk in front of the church
Everyone’s invited, and its’ free
A good time to get to know your neighbors
Yoga Class every Thursday
6:30 p.m., Parish Hall
Bring your own mat
Modest fee applies
St. John’s Church Foundation
Free Sunday Reenactments
Memorial Day through Labor Day Weekends
1:15 p.m. Doors Open
1:30 p.m. Patriotic Organ Program
1:45 p.m. Reenactment
Tickets in advance, $5 at
Search Summer Reenactment
for a list of all our summer shows
Tours: Mon. – Sat. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Last tour at 3:30 p.m. daily
Visitor Center: 804-648-5015
( Sanse [email protected] . c o m )
You need to get to know Richmond's only ER nurse that owns a brownie business.
T h e l o o k i s c o n sistent w ith som e of the graphic s we alre ady use on the Churc hHI ll. c o m we b
s i t e . A f e w l a n d marks really set us apart from other neighborhoods, and our hist o r y i s
re f l e c t e d i n t h e m, including St. John’s Church, the gas street lamps, the wrough t i ro n
f e n c e s , a n d t h e Soldiers and Sailors Monument. We are also a neighborhood and t h a t i s s e e n
i n t h e t re e s, c u rving paths of the park s, hillside s, and home s with porc he s.
T h e b a c k g ro u n d behind the silhouettes is where the color comes in (not seen here i n b l a c k
a n d w h i t e ) . T h e color changes from a blue sky at the top, yellow through the mid d l e , a n d
d o wn t o re d a t the bottom . T hey are our ne ighborhood brand approv e d c olors, a n d a re re p
re s e n t a t i v e o f our changing seasons a nd sun n y h illto p loc a tio n .
–Karen A. Ch a s e
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Ri ch m o n d VA 2 3223
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Images courtesy of the International Society of Arboriculture
Generally held on the Tuesday before the Board
meeting at the Patrick Henry Pub, 2300 E. Broad
Street at 6:00 pm
at the Urban Farmhouse, 310 N. 33rd St. in the
Lava Lofts building at 6:00 pm
Generally held on the third Tuesday of every month
in St. John’s Parish Hall, 2300 E. Broad St.,
at 7:00 pm
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the neighborhood;
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U And more!!
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submissions. Submissions may be edited for space. Final
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Jon, 301-6344
Don Joiner, 502-2184
322 N 25th St Richmond, VA 23223
(804) 644-8200
Types of animals treated at
Church Hill Animal Hospital:
· Dogs
· Cats
· Small mammals
· Birds
· Reptiles
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Our treatment specialties:
· General medicine
· Routine dental cleaning
· Surgical extractions using
advanced dental equipment
· Soft tissue surgery
On-site specialized equipment:
· Digital radiography
· In-house lab
· Dental equipment
· Pulse oximetry