O’Toole’s Restaurant and Pub Opening in Midlothian

Richmond’s oldest Irish restaurant and pub is opening its Midlothian location this month. The original restaurant was opened more than 50 years ago by Jim and Marie O’Toole and has been a staple in the Richmond restaurant scene. Tom and John O’Toole, both Midlothian residents, look forward to bringing 53 years of good food and Irish cheer to the Midlothian area. The restaurant is located in the Charter Colony Shopping Center facing Midlothian Turnpike. It will be open seven days a week serving lunch and dinner during the week and adding brunch on Saturday and Sunday mornings along with a full-service bar. The same menu as the original location will be served along with daily lunch and dinner specials.

13919 Midlothian Turnpike
OToolesRestaurant.com

River City Resources Networking Group

River City Resources is a Two Twelve Networking group.  They meet every Wednesday, 11 a.m. to noon, to share permission-based referrals in the private meeting room at Einstein Bagels at Stony Point. The weekly meeting is intended for local entrepreneurs, small businesses and sales people.

They want to meet you and hear about your business! Bring business cards and be ready to introduce your services and products.

They have the following permanent members of the group: a realtor, mortgage lender, financial advisor, insurance agent, divorce attorney, professional organizer, pest control business and a website and technology guru.

They are actively looking for an accountant, plumber/heating ventilation and air conditioning, electrician, printer, landscaper or other trades and sales professionals.

Contact Jenn Hart for more information.
804.317.7997
JennHartRVA@gmail.com

Chesterfield Education Foundation 2019 Bravo! Awards Recipients for Outstanding Alumni

The Chesterfield Education Foundation is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2019 Bravo! Awards, recognizing outstanding professional and community achievements of Chesterfield County Public Schools’ alumni. During the past ten years, recipients have ranged from professional athletes, musicians and doctors to entrepreneurs and business leaders who have had an exceptional influence in their professions and community.

Recipients to be honored at the 2019 Bravo! Awards are the following:

Jane Baskerville, Ph. D.
Retired, instructional specialist for world languages and English as a second language
G.W. Carver High School (Carver College and Career Academy), Class of 1961

Captain Brett Mietus
Executive assistant to the vice chief of naval operations, U.S. Navy
L.C. Bird High School, Class of 1988

Siegfried Othmer, Ph.D.
Chief scientist, EEG Institute
Manchester High School, Class of 1957

Randy Rowlett, Esq.
Attorney and managing partner, Gordon, Dodson, Gordon and Rowlett
Matoaca High School, Class of 1980

Carolyn Rudd, Ed.D.
Founder, president and CEO, CRP, Incorporated
G.W. Carver High School (Carver College and Career Academy), Class of 1968

LaChelle Waller, Ph.D.
Director of undergraduate advising and research and assistant professor, Virginia Commonwealth University
Thomas Dale High School, Class of 1997

To find out more or to receive an invitation to the Bravo! Awards gala Nov. 21, call the Chesterfield Education Foundation at 804.639.8774.