• CHAPTER ADVISORY

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    July 7, 2020 Chapter Member Advisory Status Update: Our chapter board of directors has approved a members “brown-bag bring your own lunch” members meeting at our chapter park on August 22nd, Saturday at 11AM. See the latest July, 2020 newsletter for more information.

    All other scheduled chapter events are canceled through August 31st, 2020. Our chapter board of directors will be regularly reviewing the Governor’s revised executive orders covering phase 3 restrictions as they pertain to COVID19 with regards to whether to cancel other chapter events as we go forward.

    Note: All members and guests must continue to follow appropriate social distancing while using our park facilities.
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Volunteers needed for upcoming Nansemond River Cleanup

April 1st, 2017 from 9:00am until 1:00pm is the date and time for the upcoming river cleanup project. Although some members have signed up to lend a hand, we still could use a few more. The Nansemond River Preservation Alliance(NRPA) is recruiting volunteers from their organization to assist us as … Read more

Fall 2016 Nansemond River Cleanup Event

Early Saturday morning, November 5, 2016, our members were joined by volunteers from Nansemond River Preservation Alliance (NRPA) for our second River Clean- up event.  Also participating were employees and family members from the Sev1Tech company.

A total of 54 volunteers participated.  The focus of this event was cleaning … Read more

Nansemond River Cleanups

lowres_DSC_0535Through the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Adopt-A-Stream program, our chapter adopted the section of the Nansemond River from the dam that creates Lake Meade to just below the … Read more

NRPA River Talk Program October 20, 2015

Mark your calendars – October 20th, 7:00 pm is the NRPA River Talk Program at the CE&H Ruritan Community Hall.

NRPA (Nansemond River preservation Alliance) was launched in 2010 with the mission to restore and protect Suffolk’s waterways for current and future generations. Below is an editorial that was published recently in the … Read more