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Monthly Meetings and Events for 2013 – 2014

Dates and Topics
 2013 Activities
 
  Sat., June 1 PLANNING RETREAT AND BOARD MEETING

ALL Board Members and ICGR members are invited. Meeting Purpose: to take a fresh look at our organization - from Programs, Mission Statement to Statements of Purpose, Board composition, etc.

LUNCH: We'll probably order out for lunch, so plan on chipping in. Rebecca will bring some soft drinks, chips .

LOCATION: 14321 Sommerville CT in Midlothian, Va off of US Rt. 60 via N. Otterdale Rd. (about .5 mile East of Rt. 288). Location is Commercial Business Systems, Inc. Suite 103, although this number might not be on the door. Don't park in Waterford Hair spaces. Click HERE for a map. If you have any questions about the location, please get in touch with Sharon Clayton at 804-372-3996 or sclayton@cbsva.com.

   – 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 
  Sat., Aug. 10 College Shower Honoring Ms. Kadeja Key

Ms. Kadeja Key is a member of the Armstrong High School Class of 2013 and a 2013 Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award Honoree who will be attending Radford University in the fall.

ICGR is hosting a College Shower for Kadeja, and you are asked to choose from the following items as your gift to her, as you are able:
television
trunk
underbed storage bins
can opener
shower caddy
laundry hamper
mattress pad
sheets
towels
wash cloths
iron
ironing board *
power cord-surge protector
computer
desk lamp
shower shoes
computer-lap top
tablet
alarm clock
comforter
long mirror
bed pillows
large flash drive
flash light
head phones

RSVP Please RSVP to Sharon Clayton at 372-3996 by August 9.

LOCATION: Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Ave., Richmond, VA. Click HERE for a map.

   – 2:30 p.m.
 
  Sat., Sept. 28 RVA Peace Festival

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The Family Peace Festival has been rebranded as the RVA Peace Festival. This year’s event will take place at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church (6000 Grove Avenue, corner of Grove and Three Chopt) on Saturday, September 28, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This multi-cultural, interfaith celebration features entertainment, arts and crafts, food, exhibits, and activities and crafts for children. Now in its 9th year, the first Family Peace Festival was held in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001. Its mission is to bring together youth and adults to celebrate peace and diversity and to build community and understanding in the Richmond area.

Mark your calendar now for this inspiring community celebration of peace.

RVA Peace Festival sponsors include the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond, Richmond Peace Education Center, and the Center for Interfaith Reconciliation at St. Stephen's. ICGR Members are requested to assist with our table so we can display our flyers, sell the new ICGR cookbook “Delicious Diversity” and the 2014 Interfaith Calendar (coming soon). Contact Annette Khan at annekhan@msn.com or at 909-7860 to sign up for an hour or two.

Vendor and exhibitor space is available at the early-bird rate of $25 for nonprofits, $50 for-profits before September 6th. For more information about the event or vendor space, visit www.familypeacefestival.org, find RVA Peace Festival on Facebook, e-mail info@familypeacefestival.org or call 909-7860.

The festival will be held rain or shine. See you there!

LOCATION: St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Ave Richmond, VA 23226, corner of Three Chopt & Grove, Near Farmer’s Market. Free Admission & Parking.
Click HERE for a map.
Click HERE for a flyer.

   – 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
 
  Sat. October 26 ICGR Benefit Concert & Reception

Join us for an evening of inspirational music and fellowship. All proceeds support the programs of the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond.

ENTERTAINMENT: Apsaras Arts Dance Group, Dr. Janet Copeland, The Short Pump Symphonette & many others

TICKETS:

  • In Advance: $15 per individual; $25 per couple.
  • At the Door: $20 per individual; $30 per couple
  • For Advanced Tickets / Reservations, contact Annette Khan at annekhan@msn.com or 909-7860.

LOCATION: Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Ave Richmond, VA 23226, corner of Malvern & Grove.
Click FLYER for a flyer.
Click HERE for a map.

   – Reception 4:00 p.m.
   – Concert 5:00 p.m.
 
  Mon. November 11 Gratitude Potluck Luncheon

Join us...For an afternoon of fellowship as we express gratitude for one another, our community, and world! The Sikh Gurdwara will provide fresh bread and chickpea/chole. ICGR members are requested to bring salads, yogurt, and desserts.
DO NOT BRING ANY MEAT OR EGG DISHES.

Please RSVP to Annette Khan at annekhan@msn.com or call 909-7860.

 

Additionally, we invite you to help the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond put the “can on hunger.” Please bring non-perishable food items for our food drive that will benefit the Central Virginia Food Bank.

 

LOCATION: Sikh Gurdwara, 4500 Marty Boulevard, Richmond, Va 23234.

Click HERE for a map. For written directions to the Gurdwara plase click HERE.

Click HERE for a Flyer.

Click Gurdwara for information about the Richmond Sikh Gurdwara.
   – 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.
 
  Mon. December 16 C.A.R.I.T.A.S. -- ICGR Community Service Opportunity

Pilgrim Journey Baptist Church in engaging in CARITAS from Dec. 14 - Dec. 21, and Mon. Dec. 16 is ICGR's day.
ICGR members are encouraged to assist with serving and fellowshipping on this day or any other day where assistance is needed by CARITAS.

Join the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond as we support the mission of CARITAS (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter). We will provide meals for 35 women on Mon., Dec. 16 We need your help!

How You Can Help:

  • Assist in Dinner Preparation/Clean-Up
  • Breakfast is being prepared by the Innsbrook LDS Community and lunch by the Jain Community.
  • Provide food or monetary donations
  • Fellowship with the women by being a welcomed presence
  • Lunch will be bag lunches prepared and delivered the day before, on Sunday, Dec. 15.

    Location: Pilgrim Journey Baptist Church, 7204 Bethlehem Road, Richmond, VA 23228.

    Contact Sabrina Dent at (804) 943-5699 to volunteer PLEASE, and THANK YOU.

    Click FLYER for a flyer.
    Click HERE for a map.
  •    – 6:00 a.m. - Break.
       – 4:30 p.m. - Dinner
     
     
     2014 Activities
     
      Thu. Feb. 27 Annual Brotherhood/Sisterhood Youth Awards and Dinner

    Location: River Road Church, Baptist, 8000 River Road, Henrico, Virginia. Click HERE for a map.

    Join the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond for dinner and a ceremony to recognize 52 of the Richmond area's outstanding youth for making a difference in our community. Forty nine students were eligibleto be invited to participate in the BSYA Essay Challenge to determine the recipient of ICGR’s $500 Scholarship. The essay question they will respond to is based on the question: “Why is it important to develop positive relationships among people of different faith practices?”

    BSYA Essay Challenge:
           ICGR has had a long-term goal of providing scholarships for all the Student Honorees, but with the possibility of 56 honorees, we don't have the resources - YET.
           The board voted last year to budget $500 for one scholarship and to work toward the long-term goal. Last year 3 individuals and the Diocesan Women of the Richmond Catholic Diocese donated additional funds to provide three more scholarships for the 2013 BSYA event.Thank you to all who contributed.If you, your Sunday School or other group within your Faith community would like to make a contribution toward one or more scholarships, please make your check payable to ICGR, noting BSYA Scholarship Fund on the check, and mail to Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond, P.O. Box 28166,Henrico, VA. 23228-0166.
           The BSYA Essay Challenge was created to determine who receives ICGR’s single scholarship of $500. The Essay entries will be opened Feb. 5. For Round One, all essays will be judged by 12 judges from various backgrounds, maybe even from out of town.The judges, three per essay, will score the essays quantitatively and an average will be tabulated to determine advancement.The highest one third of the essays will advance to round two, which will involve 10 different judges who will re-score the essays.The top one third of these essays will advance to the final round whenall the judges will score the finalists.
           If you wish to judge essays, please let Sharon Clayton know by email as soon as possible at Sclayton@cbsva.com or 804-372-3996

    Schedule

  • 1:30 p.m. Registration and Meet & Greet Sub Committee members meet in Room 108
  • 2:00 - 6:30 p.m. Registration, Room 108
  • 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. Meet and Greet (Student Honorees) Room 108
  • 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. Student Honoree Photography in Senior Choir Room by Stephanie Garr Adams
  • 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Dinner in Fellowship Hall
  • 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. Ceremony in Sanctuary, Atlee High School to perform

    BSYA Dinner Needs:
           The ICGR Board voted at the December 2013 meeting that the food for the Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award dinner would be purchased in bulk.Many of you have responded to the ICGR fund raising letter by mailing in membership dues and a little extra donation. THANK YOU!!!!
           Please donate for the BSYA dinner and note BSYA Dinner on your check so that our Treasurer, Pat Mays, indicate that in the Treasure's report. At past BSYA events, members have broughtfood and often spent at least $15 out of their pocket.
           We normally request food by assignment, and members have often spent at least $15 out of their own pocket. We feel that purchasing in bulk will facilitate the delivery of the food, and that in the food preparation and serving many members helping will get to know each other better, The menu is as follows: Five-Cheese and Vegetarian Lasagna, green salad, rolls, lemonade or water, and brownies.
           We need volunteers to help with various parts of the dinner:

  • 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. Decoration & Preparation
  • 5:00 - 6:30 p.m. Final preparation & Serving
  • 6:15 - 7:30 p.m. Clean up

    If you can help, please contact Sharon Clayton at Sclayton@cbsva.com or 804-372-3996, or Lynn Johnston at 804-282-6512 or lynncastle1@aol.com.

  • Five young people from Tawheed Prep School will be at the dinner to help serve beginning at 5 pm until 7pm.
  • Please send your donations for any part of the Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award Dinner, Ceremony or Scholarship to Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond, P.O. Box 28166, Henrico, VA. 23228-0166. Be sure to note on your check the specific purpose for the donation.

    Dr. Jamelle Wilson Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jamelle S. Wilson, Superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools
    Brief Bio::
           The Hanover County School Board has named Dr. Wilson the new superintendent of Hanover County Public Schools.A nearly 20 year veteran of the school system, Wilson has served Hanover County Public Schools as the Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Leadership for the past eight years.She has been a classroom teacher, a curriculum specialist, an assistant principal, and a principal in the county.
           Wilson said: “As I transition from my current role as Assistant Superintendent to that of Superintendent of Schools on July 1, 2011, I am excited to serve on behalf of our talented, our dedicated parents, and our supportive community as wepreserve and enhance our unparalleled record of achievement.I am humbled and energized by the possibilities of what we can and will do together to that end.”
            Dr. Wilson is a native of Spotsylvania County, Virginia. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Virginia and received a Master’s degree in Teaching from the University of Virginia, a Master’s degree in English with a concentration in Writing and Rhetoric from Virginia Commonwealth University, and a Doctorate in Education with a concentration in Administration and Supervision from the University of Virginia.

    Contact Sharon Clayton at (804) 372-3996 for additional info.

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      Thu. Mar. 5 Discovering Many Faiths - Topic: Sikh Faith
    The January 30 DMF has been cancelled due to weather, and rescheduled for March 5, 2014.

    Join the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond as we present another DMF program: Exploration of the Sikh faith.

    Location: Virginia Union University, Douglas Wilder Library, 1st Floor Lecture Hall, 1500 North Lombardy Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220

    Contact Sabrina Dent at (804) 943-5699 for more info, or click HERE.

       – 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
     
      Sun., Mar. 30 Interfaith Outreach United (I.O.U.) Richmond 2014

    IOU Richmond

    I.O.U. Richmond is an interfaith, inter-generational, and multicultural group uniting for a singular purpose - community service. On Sunday, March 30th, 2014, we will spread out across Richmond to feed the hungry, help the homeless, visit the sick, beautify the community, perform random acts of kindness, and much more.

    Mark your calendar now for this community service opportunity.

    Each of the world's major religions encourages its followers to help others as they journey along their spiritual path. In May 2012, about 1,000 volunteers representing the Christian, Islamic, and Jewish community went out into the City of Richmond to attempt to meet the needs of the people. In April 2013, we increased our union with representation from local colleges and universities. The 2-day event called us to work together in order to change our city, our state, our country, and ultimately our world. And we hope this year you will help us do it

    As of Feb. 21 165 people have registered to help us feed the hungry, visit the sick, give water to the thirsty, and show God's love in different ways. Our goal is to have 1,000 volunteers -- are you going to help us reach that number? Click Here to Register NOW! Be sure to select ICGR as the organization you will be representing.

    Special Registration Options:

    • Be a blood donor
    • Experienced Barbers or Hairstylists are needed to pamper residents at William Byrd Community House
    • Various types of clothing cn be ordered in the Registration Procss. Deadline to order clothing is Sunday, March 9.

    For more information click IOU

    STARTING LOCATION: Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church, 14 W Duval Street, Richmond, VA 23220.
    Click HERE for a map.

       – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
     
     
      Sun. Apr. 13 Discovering Many Faiths - Sikhism Revisited

    As has been usual in past programs of Discovering Many Faiths, ICGR has received an invitation to visit the Sikh Gurdwara on Sunday April 13. This will coincide somewhat with the celebration of Baisakhi, the Sikh New Year, which is on April 13 or 14.

    ICGR members will participate in the Sikh lunch / Langar from 12 noon to 1:15 p.m. The Langar is basically a free lunch, and is designed to uphold the Sikh principle of equality between all people of the world regardless of religion, caste, color, creed, age, gender or social status. In addition to the ideals of equality, the tradition of Langar expresses the ethics of sharing, community, inclusiveness and oneness of all humankind.

    The Gurdwara is located at 4500 Marty Boulevard, Chesterfield, VA 23234.

    Click HERE for a map.

       – 12:00 noon - 1:15 p.m.
     
     
      Mon. Apr. 28 The ICGR 6th Annual Clergy / Community Leaders Breakfast

    LOCATION: Roslyn Conference and Retreat Center, 8727 River Road, Richmond, Virginia

    Click HERE for a map.

    Two awards are being given this year, to Rabbi Ben Romer of Congregation Or Ami, and to Sr. Cora Marie Billings, RSM, Catholic Diocese of Richmond

    Our guest speaker will be Judith FaGalde Bennett, M.Div., Ph.D., Executive Director of The Resource Center (http://www.resourcingchurches.com/)   

    Invitations are being sent to Clergy and Community leaders by e-mail (Evite) and U.S. mail this week. Please inform Annette Khan of others that should be invited, and remind your faith leaders to RSVP to the invitation so we can prepare for the event.

    We would appreciate if all ICGR members would follow up with their own clergy members/pastors to confirm that they have received the invitation and to encourage them to attend.

    ICGR Members are also invited to attend, and if possible, to contribute $10 towards the cost of the event. Please RSVP. by April 18, 2014 to Interfaith_Council@live.com or 804-909-7860.  

    In addition, if you know if additional faith leaders who should be invited, please inform Annette Khan at AnneKhan@msn.com / 804-909-7860.

       – 8:30 a.m.
     
      ICGR Blanket and Sewing Ministry

    Does your faith community have a SEWING MINISTRY? The Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond has two opportunities to serve in this manner. ICGR wishes to support two local non-profit organizations - Humanity Helping Sudan Project and Friend of Barnabas Foundation.

    HHSP Humanity Helping Sudan Project (HHSP) is a Richmond-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization started by Manyang Reath Kher, a former refugee from Sudan.is collecting blankets and quilts for Sudanese refugees in the Gambella region of Ethiopia along the Eastern border of Southern Sudan.They use the blankets for shelter as well as bedding.HHSP is partnered with the International Red Cross, and has a goal of 120,000 blankets. Click HERE for a Blanket Flyer.

    Friends of Barnabas Friends of Barnabas Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Midlothian, Va. based non-profit organization which sends medical missions to remote areas of Honduras, utilizing more than forty teams from around Virginia. They regularly need diapers, which can be made from T-shirts, and bags for mothers to carry things. Lynn Johnston has the information about the design.We will need clean old t-shirts and large fabric scraps for this project.

    ICGR is looking to partner with othercommunities to provide these blankets, quilts, t-shirt diapers and Mother Bags for the aforementioned organizations.Our goal to fulfill the need is to collect new and clean, gently used blankets as well as sew scraps and clean repurposed denim or khaki fabric.We can make the Mother Bags by using scraps as well as repurposing fabric.

    The ICGR Board desires to sew these items as Interfaith groups in order that we may learn about each other by serving together.Please contact Sharon Clayton if your congregation has a group already formed that could partner with ICGR to respond to these needs.

    IF you have large blankets, bedspreads, large scraps and T-shirts, hold on to them for a few more weeks as we organize a time and place to sew together.Let us sew our hearts together as one community helping another.

    For information contact Sharon Clayton at 804-372-3996 or Sclayton@cbsva.com

      
     
     
      Wed., May 28 ICGR Annual Meeting and President's Dinner

    Dinner: This will be a pot-luck dinner. ICGR members are asked to bring food to share.

    Please RSVP by May 21 to Interfaith_Council@live.com or (804) 909-7860 .

    There will be a business meeting for the purpose of election and installation of officers.

    The following 2014-2015 slate of officers was approved by the Board at the Special Board Meeting of April 10, 2014:

    Proposed 2014-2015 Executive Board
  • President: Ms. Sabrina Dent
  • 1st Vice-President Programs: open
  • 2nd Vice-President Membership: Stuart Scott with Sharon Clayton as temporary co-chair
  • VP Finance: Mrs. Rebecca Skinner with Kusum Jain assisting with Ways & Means
  • Treasurer: Ms. Pat Mays
  • Corresponding Secretary: Open
  • Recording Secretary: Mrs. Annette Khan

    Also, at the Special Board Meeting of April 10, 2014, the Board voted unanimously to:

  • Waive requirements of the “Rotation of Faiths” for the Executive Board nominations. Candidates from specific faiths in the list have not been nominated.
  • Allow Ms. Sabrina Dent to be nominated for President as a “Member at Large”, instead of from a specific faith group listed in the Rotation of Faiths.

    LOCATION: Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23221. Click HERE for a map..

  • 7:00 p.m.
     
     
     
    PROGRAM SUMMARY FOR 2013-2014
    DateProgramTimeLocation
    9/28/2013
    Saturday
    RVA Peace Festival (formerly Family Peace Festival) 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Ave Richmond, VA 23226, corner of Three Chopt & Grove, Click HERE for a map.
    10/26/2013
    (Saturday)
    ICGR Benefit Concert & Reception. Reception-4:00 p.m.
    Concet-5:00 p.m.
    Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Avenue, Richmond, VA 23221. Click HERE for a map.
    11/11/2013
    (Monday)
    Gratitude Potluck Luncheon
    The Sikh Gurdwara will provide fresh bread and chickpea/chole.
    ICGR members are requested to bring salads, yogurt, and desserts.
    DO NOT BRING ANY MEAT OR EGG DISHES.
    Please RSVP to Annette Khan at annekhan@msn.com or call 909-7860.
    .
    12:00 noon to 2:00 p.m.Sikh Gurdwara, 4500 Marty Boulevard, Richmond, Va 23234.

    Click HERE for a map.
    12/16/2013C.A.R.I.T.A.S. Volunteer Opportunity. The church is hosting C.A.R.I.T.A.S. (Congregations Around Richmond Involved To Assure Shelter) clients this week. 6:00 a.m. - Break.
    4:30 p.m. - Dinner
    Pilgrim Journey Baptist Church, 7204 Bethlehem Road, Richmond, VA 23228 Click HERE for a map. Click FLYER for a flyer.
    2/27/2014Brotherhood - Sisterhood Youth Awards. Details-See above. Time-See aboveRiver Road Church, Baptist, 8000 River Road, Henrico, Virginia. Click HERE for a map.
    3/5/2014 Discovering Many Faiths. Exploration of the Sikh faith. See above for more details. 6:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Virginia Union University, Douglas Wilder Library, 1st Floor Lecture Hall, 1500 North Lombardy Street, Richmond, Virginia 23220 Click HERE for a map.
    3/30/2014 Interfaith Outreach United (I.O.U.) Richmond See above for more details. We encourage all members and faith communities to participate in this day of service. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Kickoff location: Sixth Mount Zion Baptist Church, 14 W Duval Street, Richmond, VA 23220. Click HERE for a map.
    Sun. 4/13/2014Discovering Many Faiths - Sikhism Revisited.
    ICGR members will participate in the Sikh Lunch / Langar
    12:00 noon - 1:15 p.m. Sikh Gurdwara, 4500 Marty Boulevard, Chesterfield, VA 23234. Click HERE for a map.
    Mon. 4/28/2014 Interfaith Clergy/Community Leaders Breakfast. 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Roslyn Retreat Center, 8727 River Road, Richmond, VA 23229. Click HERE for a map.
    5/28/2014
    (Wednesday)
    ICGR Annual Meeting and Dinner. 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23221. Click HERE for a map.
    6/7/2014 ICGR Annual Planning Retreat. 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Seventh Street Christian Church, 4101 Grove Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23221. Click HERE for a map.

     

    ICGR FUNDRAISER: 2014 Multifaith Calendar - $10 (REDUCED PRICE) 2014 Interfaith Calendar2014 Multifaith Calendar collage
    • The easy to follow layout of the Multifaith Calendar is designed for use as a reliable reference. Printed in full colour on recycled paper and measuring approximately 13" x 10", our 12 month wall Calendar adds beauty and interest to any office or home.....and makes a perfect gift for colleagues and friends.
    • Calendars will be available at the RVA Peace Festival, (formerly Family Peace Festival) St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Avenue, (corner of Grove and Three Chopt) on Saturday, September 28.
    • Thank you for your support. The cost is now only $10.00.
    • To order a calendar by mail please forward your check for $15 to the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond and mail to ICGR, P. O. Box 28166, Henrico, VA. 23228-0166, with "MF Calender" in note area. The extra $5 covers the shipping and packaging.
    • NOTE: If you donate more than the cost of the calendar, the difference will be tax-deductible. 
    • To reserve a copy for later, call Sharon Clayton at 372-3996 or email at sclayton@cbsva.com.

    ICGR Cookbook

    ICGR FUNDRAISER: ICGR Cookbook, Many Faiths, Many Flavors – Recipes from the Heart - $15 with CD of recipes.

    This 285 page cookbook features:
     
  • Over 300 recipes
  • CD with PDF of individual copies of recipes to save on your computer
  • Interfaith Blessings
  • Alcohol / Non-Alcohol recipe substitution guide
  • A “How to FEED the Perfect Stranger” guide to help the cook know what types of foods are appropriate for an Interfaith guest(s).
  • Multi-cultural recipes from all over the world
  • Quantity, Meat Roasting, Equivalency , Missing Ingredient and Cleaning Charts

  • These cookbooks will make great wedding or holiday gifts. Cookbooks will be available at ICGR meetings when you order ahead. See Oeder Form link below.

    You may order cookbooks for postal delivery to your home or as a gift. Simply mail a check for $21.00 payable to Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond to cover the cost of the book and shipping, indicating "2013 Cookbook" on your check. Click ORDER FORM for a PDF Cookbook Order Form. Mail form with your check.

    Mail Check and form to:

    Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond
    P. O. Box 28166
    Henrico, VA. 23228-0166

    Contact Sharon Clayton at 372-3996 or email at sclayton@cbsva.com



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    In case of snow or ice, ICGR meetings will be cancelled or postponed if Henrico County Public Schools close, as announced on WRVA, as well as most other radio and TV stations. There will be no separate ICGR announcements. You can also visit this website.

     

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