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Henrico 4-H Youth Development offers amazing opportunities and events for youth in Henrico. Visit Henrico 4-H for information or contact Carter Humphries at (804) 501-5160 or ccd296@vt.edu.

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Henrico’s Environmental Action Resource Team (H.E.A.R.T.) pledges to reduce our impact on the environment. 

The Henrico Environmental Action Resource Team (H.E.A.R.T) is made up of representatives from various Henrico County agencies all dedicated to pushing forward county efforts to promote sustainability, preserve natural resources, beautify the community and protect the environment. They serve as a think tank for the county’s environmental initiatives and aim to streamline such programs. Follow along as they make Henrico County and our environment a better place! 

Exploring Henrico’s Environmental Initiatives

Hello! I am Stewart the Turtle! As H.E.A.R.T.’s mascot, I am a spokesperson for all things environmental. I will update the blog with H.E.A.R.T.’s initiatives and remind you to be GREEN! Together, we can make Henrico a greener and better space for all of its inhabitants — people and animals alike! 

Check out all the cool H.E.A.R.T. resources and learn more!

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Henrico County Public Library Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2023

September 15 is the anniversary of independence for several Latin American countries, and also marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, a celebration of Americans whose ancestors came from Spain, the Caribbean, and Central and South America (National Hispanic Heritage Month). The library is excited to celebrate and explore the history, culture, and contributions of the Latino community, and we hope you’ll join us for a month full of music, art, games, film, book discussions, displays, and more. Read on for details about participating in this month’s festivities! Read the HCPL blog for books, programs and much more!

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Henrico CASA is launching a new podcast, Vigilant Voices™

The Vigilant Voices™ podcast is hosted by Jeannine Panzera, Executive Director, and Kristin Blalock, Community Engagement Coordinator, of Henrico CASA. In their work with Court Appointed Special Advocates, they train and supervise volunteers who advocate for the best-interests of local children involved in the court and child welfare systems. Their experiences and observations led to the development of this podcast, where they will share their expertise on topics relevant to creating safe homes, healthy childhoods, and thriving communities.

Each episode of the podcast will address challenging issues with a lens of hope, while sharing steps all of us can take to help vulnerable children and ideally prevent abuse and neglect.

“At Henrico CASA we always hope for the day when Court Appointed Advocates are no longer needed because all children are growing up safe, secure, and supported by their families,” said Executive Director, Jeannine Panzera. “For that day to come, everyone in our community needs to understand the part they play in supporting families and preventing child abuse.

” Vigilant Voices™ is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your podcasts. Look for episodes to drop the first and third Tuesday of the month, starting March 7. More information on Henrico CASA’s mission, impact, and the Vigilant Voices™ podcast is available at www.HenricoCASA.org

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