1. YWCA of Richmond - Amazing Raise 2013 (by YWCARichmond)

  2. TEDxRVA: SPEAKERS, You Made Our Open Mike Night Rock!

    tedxrva:

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    Thanks and huge handshakes and hugs to the 31 folks who were courageous and creative enough to craft a 2-minute pitch and stand and deliver it on the stage at the Hippodrome last Thursday night. Your topics were most impressive and convincing….even though there aren’t enough slots for all…

  3. vengrove:

VOTE “LITTLE CHIEF” as Name for the Foal in Budweiser’s Super Bowl Commercial.
OK friends, time for a social media crusade!
Budweiser is asking the public to name the foal in their Super Bowl commercial. 
We’re suggesting the name, Little Chief, in honor of the foal in the children’s book, Rose’s Foal.  Why? 
Rose’s Foal was written by Scarlett Lewis, who tragically lost her six year-old son, Jesse in the Sandy Hook shooting.  It’s a warm story about a mother imparting life lessons to her young son.
Published in 2009, the book is sadly prophetic when put in context of the Sandy Hook shooting.  It ends with this last life lesson for Little Chief:

“Rose also tells her son that one day they might not live on the same farm, but she will always love him.  She explains that every mother and child share a special bond in their heart, regardless of distance or time, forever and always.
Love Never Ends.”

Please help us pass the word and vote LITTLE CHIEF on Budweiser’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages!  Let’s make this happen!
Here’s a suggested tweet you can copy & paste.  Make sure you include the hashtag #clydesdales:

I vote for the name LITTLE CHIEF in honor of Sandy Hook Victim, Jesse Lewis. Here’s why. http://bit.ly/VBj3lg #clydesdales

It’s a simple way to honor the memory of Jesse Lewis and to show compassion for a family going through the unimaginable!
Yo!  Budweiser, you paying attention?
    vengrove:

VOTE “LITTLE CHIEF” as Name for the Foal in Budweiser’s Super Bowl Commercial.
OK friends, time for a social media crusade!
Budweiser is asking the public to name the foal in their Super Bowl commercial. 
We’re suggesting the name, Little Chief, in honor of the foal in the children’s book, Rose’s Foal.  Why? 
Rose’s Foal was written by Scarlett Lewis, who tragically lost her six year-old son, Jesse in the Sandy Hook shooting.  It’s a warm story about a mother imparting life lessons to her young son.
Published in 2009, the book is sadly prophetic when put in context of the Sandy Hook shooting.  It ends with this last life lesson for Little Chief:

“Rose also tells her son that one day they might not live on the same farm, but she will always love him.  She explains that every mother and child share a special bond in their heart, regardless of distance or time, forever and always.
Love Never Ends.”

Please help us pass the word and vote LITTLE CHIEF on Budweiser’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages!  Let’s make this happen!
Here’s a suggested tweet you can copy & paste.  Make sure you include the hashtag #clydesdales:

I vote for the name LITTLE CHIEF in honor of Sandy Hook Victim, Jesse Lewis. Here’s why. http://bit.ly/VBj3lg #clydesdales

It’s a simple way to honor the memory of Jesse Lewis and to show compassion for a family going through the unimaginable!
Yo!  Budweiser, you paying attention?
    vengrove:

VOTE “LITTLE CHIEF” as Name for the Foal in Budweiser’s Super Bowl Commercial.
OK friends, time for a social media crusade!
Budweiser is asking the public to name the foal in their Super Bowl commercial. 
We’re suggesting the name, Little Chief, in honor of the foal in the children’s book, Rose’s Foal.  Why? 
Rose’s Foal was written by Scarlett Lewis, who tragically lost her six year-old son, Jesse in the Sandy Hook shooting.  It’s a warm story about a mother imparting life lessons to her young son.
Published in 2009, the book is sadly prophetic when put in context of the Sandy Hook shooting.  It ends with this last life lesson for Little Chief:

“Rose also tells her son that one day they might not live on the same farm, but she will always love him.  She explains that every mother and child share a special bond in their heart, regardless of distance or time, forever and always.
Love Never Ends.”

Please help us pass the word and vote LITTLE CHIEF on Budweiser’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages!  Let’s make this happen!
Here’s a suggested tweet you can copy & paste.  Make sure you include the hashtag #clydesdales:

I vote for the name LITTLE CHIEF in honor of Sandy Hook Victim, Jesse Lewis. Here’s why. http://bit.ly/VBj3lg #clydesdales

It’s a simple way to honor the memory of Jesse Lewis and to show compassion for a family going through the unimaginable!
Yo!  Budweiser, you paying attention?

    vengrove:

    VOTE “LITTLE CHIEF” as Name for the Foal in Budweiser’s Super Bowl Commercial.

    OK friends, time for a social media crusade!

    Budweiser is asking the public to name the foal in their Super Bowl commercial.

    We’re suggesting the name, Little Chief, in honor of the foal in the children’s book, Rose’s Foal.  Why?

    Rose’s Foal was written by Scarlett Lewis, who tragically lost her six year-old son, Jesse in the Sandy Hook shooting.  It’s a warm story about a mother imparting life lessons to her young son.

    Published in 2009, the book is sadly prophetic when put in context of the Sandy Hook shooting.  It ends with this last life lesson for Little Chief:

    “Rose also tells her son that one day they might not live on the same farm, but she will always love him.  She explains that every mother and child share a special bond in their heart, regardless of distance or time, forever and always.

    Love Never Ends.”

    Please help us pass the word and vote LITTLE CHIEF on Budweiser’s Facebook, Twitter and YouTube pages!  Let’s make this happen!

    Here’s a suggested tweet you can copy & paste.  Make sure you include the hashtag #clydesdales:

    I vote for the name LITTLE CHIEF in honor of Sandy Hook Victim, Jesse Lewis. Here’s why. http://bit.ly/VBj3lg #clydesdales

    It’s a simple way to honor the memory of Jesse Lewis and to show compassion for a family going through the unimaginable!

    Yo!  Budweiser, you paying attention?

  4. rvanews:

    TED Talks are everywhere and discuss many different ideas. Now, two Richmonders are adding their own spin to TED Talks with BILL Conference, inspiring people to make great ideas a reality. And they need RVA’s help.

    Looking forward to checking this out on Saturday!

  5. I came. I saw. I got muddy. And it was awesome! #warriordash2012