The Brunswick-Mayfield Recreation Center Board of Directors will sponsor the 38th Annual Steak-O-Rama Plus on Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020, from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the center, 35 Mayfield Street. Tickets are $20. The menu will be steak, chicken or fish, baked beans, cole slaw, roll and beverage. This year because of the pandemic there will be take out orders only and safety precautions will be followed.
The Board of Directors invites the public to attend and support this event. The Brunswick-Mayfield Recreation Center’s mission is the enhancement or elevation of our youth by providing a diversity of wholesome activities for them.
For more information or to order tickets call Bernard Jones, Sr. – Chairman of the Board of Directors at (434) 676-3899 or (804) 943-3899, Dr. Robert Satcher, Sr. – Chairman of the Steak-O-Rama Committee at (434) 848-2259, William C. “Doc” and Eula Washington at (434) 848-4280, Sylvia Allen – Secretary, at (434) 848-0759 or Belinda Evans – Treasurer, at (434) 848-2019.
Since closing to the public in March due to the Covid-19 crisis, the Brunswick County Library (part of the Meherrin Regional Library System) has been working toward bringing services and reading back to the community. Recently the library installed a set of self-service lockers to be used for patrons picking up their reading wish list. While not quite ready to open for full service, the library does offer many online resources such as Overdrive for ebooks and Pressreader featuring newspapers and magazines. The library will be announcing reopening plans soon. For questions contact the Brunswick County Library at 434-848-2418 ext. 301, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Facebook at Meherrin Regional Library.
The Brunswick County Industrial Development Association (IDA), in cooperation with Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE), is planning the development of a produce processing facility in the town of Lawrenceville. The project will assess supply and demand and will facilitate linking producers with buyers. The project will benefit local producers by providing a facility for cold storage and value-added processing and will benefit buyers by providing a consistent source of quality produce and value-added products. Goals include increasing the amount of produce purchased and consumed locally (within a multi-county region). To move forward with this project, we need input from potential buyers. Please complete this brief survey and return to Cynthia Gregg, Brunswick County VCE. Your insights are greatly appreciated.
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Mail: Cynthia Gregg, 100 Tobacco St, Lawrenceville, VA 23868