The Midlothian Foundation is proud to launch Foundation TV. Foundation TV is about the whole Community. If you are a resident of Chesterfield, there's always the chance to meet someone, some organization or business that is making a difference here. We try to provide stories that make you proud and know that Chesterfield a great place to live work and play.The program offers the chance to learn about Chesterfield and the events happening here. It's an opportunity to share your pride in the diversity and culture of our community. Click here to view segments of the show
Chesterfield Economic Development and Our Sponsors Cordially Invite You to the annual Business Appreciation event Celebrate Chesterfield Business! May 19, 2010 4:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. @ The Courtyard by Marriott. A marvelous evening of heavy hors d’oeuvres, cocktails, and networking. Celebrating our First Choice Business Award winners.
Foundation TV corespondent, LaTika Lee, talked with the Virginia Hornet's head football coach. Clifford Jefferson, talked about the team, and the involvement in the community that make the Virginia Hornets an outstanding organization. ;Are you ready for some football?
Nhat Pham of Foundation TV caught up with Tom Winfree, President and CEO of Village Bank, after his bank won the Business of the Year Award in Chesterfield County. Village Bank is also the title sponsor of the Midlothian Day Parade.
The Annual Victorian Day Festival and Parade held in May in the heart of Old Bon Air. The festival, beginning with its parade of antique cars and bands marching along Buford Road, lined with flag waving spectators, is a nostalgic reminder of days gone by. It is a remnant of Americana, a day long celebration where families, neighbors and friends gather for food, games, and family oriented entertainment.
Each year the Midlothian Rotary Club recognizes two students from every Chesterfield County Public School who are chosen by the school for exhibiting the CCPS core values of respect, responsibility, honesty and accountability. Students often get recognition for academics or athletics. At this gala event every spring, the Rotarians bring together students, parents, principals and other administrators to recognize students for being "good people."