Community Clo

College bound high school students get on the college bus to visit several historically black colleges and universities.  The Ride for Knowledge Community Education Seminars and College Tour is brought to you by the Rho Eta Omega Graduate Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.  For more information go to

The Richmond Public Schools Early Head Start/Head Start programs celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday by reading. The “These Men Can Read” project will read to children at several elementary schools in the City of Richmond. What’s the lastest on Richmond Public Schools?  I’m glad you want to know just log on to

Miss America 2010 Caressa Cameron is guest speaker at the 2nd annual “Black Women’s Loving Me Conference” on March 26, 2011.  Gather a group of your female friends and come on out this conference is brought to you by Sisters Promoting H.O.P.E.

Need money for college? GRASP (Great Aspirations Scholarship Program, Inc) along with, Richmond Public Library will host financial aid workshops throughout February.  Appointments recommended and walk-ins are available by calling (804) 646-8834.  Please bring your financial records with you (most recent tax return, W-2 forms, pay stubs and valid identification (driver’s license). Get information on scholarships that […]

The annual Jefferson Jackson weekend gets underway this Friday.  Please check out the calendar of events for the weekend at  See you this weekend as I am hosting the JJ after Dark with live entertainment at the downtown Richmond Marriot ….Miss Community Clooovia

  The Walter N. Ridley annual Scholarship event is Saturday, February 26, 2011.  The theme this year is “Why We Put Academics First” featuring Mike London, head football coach at UVA.  The event will be held at the Virginia Historical Society 428 North Boulevard in Richmond, VA.  Learn all about the Ridley Scholarship fund and register for […]

Mayor Dwight C. Jones has announced the City of Richmond will build four new schools.  Contractors have an invitation to millions of dollars in contracts.  Minority businesses you are encouraged to register your business and get educated and updated on how to be awarded the schools contracts.  The Office of Minority Business next “A Contractor and Supplier […]

Let’s save lives, heart disease is the still the No. 1 killer of women, taking the life of 1 in 3 women each year.  It’s time to band together mothers, sisters and friends.  For more information go to and Be good to your body and your body will be good to you!  Miss […]

February 6-12 is Burn Awareness Week.  Let’s take out some time to read this bulletin and save our children from scald burns.

Press Release – For Immediate Release January 18, 2011 Delegate Herring works to Help Restore Voting Rights Richmond, VA- In conjunction with several community groups and Members of the House of Delegates, Delegate Charniele Herring (VA-46), sponsor of HJ 543- a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights for non-violent ex-felons, will be hosting her third […]

In an exclusive interview, Dr. Wyatt T Walker, former Chief of Staff for Martin Luther King Jr. and one of the last freedom fighters of the civil rights movement, discuses his first experience with Dr King and how he tried to talk him out of doing the I Have A Dream Speech. Click The Picture […]

Community Clovia stopped through Henderson Middle School to spotlight young woman mentoring groups here in Richmond, Va