All monthly chapter regular member meetings and all chapter events/activities have been canceled through August 31st, 2020 as approved by our chapter board of directors and in accordance with Governor Northam’s recently updated executive orders covering stage 2 restrictions as they pertain to COVID19 social distancing/business operating guidelines. Our chapter board of directors will be reviewing the Governor’s revised executive orders on a regular basis to ascertain when it will be safe/feasible to add events/activities back onto our calendar.


February 2019 Member’s Meeting

The chapter held their regular monthly dinner meeting on January 20th at the Kings Fork Community House.

After calling the meeting to order, and following the Pledge of Allegiance and Member’s Pledge, Chapter President Ray Powell asked for a moment of silence for Chapter Ike Bill Ashley, who passed on … Read more

2018 Year End Committee Reports

Each committee chair’s report for year-end 2018 is presented below in alphabetical order. A Microsoft Power Point  Presentation (exported to PDF format) summarizing these committee reports, as presented by chapter board member Dean Matty during the January 16th, 2019 chapter monthly dinner meeting, can be downloaded using this link:   Read more

2017 Year End Committee Reports

The end-of-year committee chair reports for 2017 are presented below in alphabetical order. You can review a list of all Chapter committees, their current chairperson and associated contact information (email address) at Committees.

Adopt-A-Road Committee 2017 Year End Report

Submitted by Danny Stephens, Chair

“Twice a year I pick up … Read more

2016 Year End Committee Reports

Each of the 2016 year-end Committee reports, prepared by their respective Chairpersons, are presented below.  If you are interested in volunteering your time/services to help out these folks, please contact the respective Chairperson using the contact information posted at Committe Chairs.  Upcoming events planned for 2017 by these Chairpersons can be … Read more