Academic and Athletic Honors for BA Students

Brunswick Academy girls finished the conference meet as V.C.C. runners-up. Jamie Saunders and Mason Jones were named to the All-Academic team.  

Picture 1 - Mason Jones, All Academic

Picture 2 - (l to r) Tiffany Wang, Meredith Lucy, Reagan Saunders, Aviana Francher, and Jamie Saunders - Girls VCC runners- up

Picture 3 - (l to r) Aviana Francher, 1st place and Jamie Saunders, All Academic

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CMH Community Hospice to Host Program on Coping with Holiday Grief

“Changing the Tune of the Holiday Blues”

South Hill— The holidays can be a difficult time for those dealing with the loss of a loved one.  CMH Community Hospice, a service of VCU Health Community Memorial Hospital, will be presenting “Changing the Tune of the Holiday Blues” as their annual Coping with the Holidays program to offer support and assistance to those grieving during the holiday season.

The focus is on facing the emotions of the holidays rather than avoiding the feelings of grief.  CMH Community Hospice will be finding ways to incorporate your loved one and your loss into the holidays while holding on to the spirit of the season for this year and those to come. 

CMH Community Hospice will be providing activities to help cope with holiday grief and celebrate and honor the traditions shared before the loss of your loved one.  Handouts will be available regarding grief issues, activities to support your holiday season and opportunities to share ideas and questions with others sharing a loss this season.

The program will be held on Thursday, November 10th beginning at 5:30 p.m. in VCU Health CMH’s Education Center located at 125 Buena Vista Circle in South Hill.  This program is FREE to the public and everyone is invited to attend.

Registration is requested by November 4th, but not required.  For more information about this special program or to pre-register, call CMH Community Hospice at (434) 447-3151, ext. 3455.

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