I love this time of year because it’s when
Ashland starts to decorate. We are a town that loves to string up lights,
put signs in our front yards, hang up fake cobwebs, and stack jack-o-lanterns
on the front steps.
As you are planning your trick-or-treating route, or pacing your candy purchases, plan on stopping by the Center to hear spooky music from the Hanover Concert Band and to see all the great costumes walking around town.
We’d like to send our condolences to the family of Sheronda Woody, who left far too early. Our hearts ache for her husband and their three daughters, but we know that they are surrounded by the support of friends and family.
will have their
community yard sale this Saturday from 8:00 am to 1 pm. Breakfast and baked goods will be available
for purchase and a portion of the proceeds will benefit ACES. The church is located on Holy
Church Ashcake Rd, just west of the intersection
The Ashland Library will welcome the COTU brew masters to talk about how they brew beer on Wednesday, October 16th. The program begins at 7:00 p.m. and will be followed by a tasting of the COTU beers at the Caboose Wine and Cheese Shop. You must be 21 and older to attend.
Sign up now to run in the 10th Annual Ashland Harvest Run to be held on Saturday, October 19th. This great race benefits several local charities including the Patrick Henry YMCA, ACES, and the Free Clinic. The 10K run starts at 8:00 a.m. at Carter Park, and the 5K Run/Walk starts at 8:10. Register online at www.ashlandharvestrun.com.
To all the parents of kids in Hanover County Public Schools:
is ok. I really believe that it will be a great tool
once we all get used to it. All we need
is just a little patience, right Axl? Power School
And here’s a belated birthday wish for two of our favorite people, Ross and Corinne Luck, who both celebrated recently! We can’t imagine the COTU without them.