The PATH Foundation has announced a virtual discussion, featuring the esteemed Dr. Clarence Jones and Wes Moore, this coming Wednesday, June 24, at 7 p.m. The talk will focus on how the community, including Rappahannock County, can be stronger when acknowledging and talking about implicit bi…
This year’s grants, totaling $36,703, include a diversity of educational and performance projects, a variety of media, emerging and established artists, arts programs within community-based organizations, and collaborative projects.
The Rappahannock Food Pantry has seen an outpouring of support through donations of time, money and supplies since emergency measures to arrest the spread of COVID-19 took effect in March.
Veteran journalist and Rappahannock resident Andrew Alexander, a former Washington Post ombudsman who spent much of his career as a Washington bureau chief for a major newspaper chain, will discuss the news landscape in a Rapp at Home Zoom Talk. It’s open to everyone on Tuesday, May 19, at 1…
Even in the midst of an unprecedented pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty, local residents showed an extraordinary sense of community during the seventh annual Give Local Piedmont, which all said and done surpassed six previous years in donations.
“We started thinking about all the fantastic music here in Rappahannock, all bottled up at home with nowhere to go,” KPA Founder Paul Reisler.
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Kid Pan Alley is launching a “Virtual House Concert” series with local musicians, beginning this Sunday, April 19th, at 7 p.m.
“If somebody can’t pay their rent and maybe the person who’s supposed to get the rent has lost their job so they’re dependent on that rent,” she said. “So it can snowball pretty quickly.”
County leaders held their second community preparedness call Sunday to provide updates on activities and community needs as Rappahannock enters another week of efforts to respond to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The PATH Foundation this week announced that $500,000 worth of program and planning grants is now available to the community, this latest round earmarked specifically for organizations that provide childhood and senior services, care access and mental health.
Old clothes can create new and fashionable looks. The Flatwood Fashion Show on Feb. 22 at 4 p.m. at the RAAC Community Theater will showcase new outlooks on old outfits.
In a festive yet touching tribute, nonprofits gathered at Jessamine Farm, the home of John Anderson to celebrate the generosity of a beloved member of Rappahannock County.
The Ursula Landsrath Animal Rescue Fund and the Community Foundation for Loudoun and Northern Fauquier Counties announced this week $34,700 in grant awards to 12 nonprofit animal rescue organizations across Virginia, including Rappahannock County.
Bayard “Toby” Waterbury (left), Branch Manager and Bank Officer of Atlantic Union Bank in Washington, and Rob Talton (far right), Atlantic Union’s Regional Vice President of Business Banking, presented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Rappahannock Food Pantry’s Mimi Forbes and Pete Stenner.
Rappahannock residents Hal Hunter, Gary Aichele and Kees Dutilh collaborated to orchestrate an unprecedented community event this past weekend: Habitat for Humanity/Neighbors Helping Neighbors.
To all of you who missed it, the discussion about the Rappahannock Food Pantry at Rapp at Home was delightful and informative. This was the first of a series of talks that Rapp at Home is hosting on Rappahannock nonprofits, what they do, how they operate, and how we might help.