At the spring conference of the Virginia Economic Developers Association (VEDA), the winner of the association’s 2014 Community Economic Development Awards (CEDA) in the over-100,000 population category was the Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck region. The award recognized the area’s Watermen Tourism Training Program — a project that combined community development, business retention and expansion, and community […]
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Chef Hatley Bright, director of the Culinary Arts program at Rappahannock Community College, will be sharing her skills this summer in a new series of courses. These will be offered to the general public at RCC’s Kilmarnock Center, through the college’s Workforce and Community Development Office. Chef Bright is presenting three “Home Chef” classes, as […]
A new partnership between Rappahannock Community College, the Virginia Marine Trades Association, and the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC) will soon result in a number of courses leading to ABYC certification, which will be offered at the Deltaville Community Association Building (17147 General Puller Highway, Deltaville). The first of these will be a four-day […]