Wednesday, January 20
GO Region 3 Council will meet virtually at 1 p.m. The council will receive reports from specific committees, staff, and invited guests, including review and amendment of the FY 21 Capacity-Building budget as needed, and may review and act on proposed or submitted project applications. Interested parties should use the following link to access the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/3390115898?pwd=YURxZDBPK0pkUUhUV3BmUWFuV0c0QT09. The password is 202011. Phone access is available by dialing 1(929) 205-6099; the meeting ID is 339 011 5898; and the password is 202011. A time for public comments will be included in the meeting; and written public comments may be sent before 8 a.m., on January 20 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, January 21
Piedmont Arts is hosting Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ VMFA on the Road: An Art Mobile for the 21st Century on Jan. 21-23. The state-the-art mobile museum and education studio’s inaugural exhibition will include photography, paintings, printmaking, as well as other mediums. Call (276) 632-3221.
PHCC will hold a training session on microaggressions with Bryan Price, an Outreach and Engagement Specialist at the UVA Cancer Center. The session is free from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. and will be streamed over PHCC Live Online. Pre-registration required through ph.augusoft.net or by calling 276-656-0260.
Monday, January 25
The Martinsville City School Board will hold a public hearing regarding the FY22 School Budget at 6 p.m., at the Municipal Building. A copy of the agenda can be found at https://go.boarddocs.com/va/martinsville/Board.nsf/Public.
Tuesday, January 26
The Henry County Board of Supervisors will hold its regularly scheduled meeting in the Summerlin Meeting Room at the Henry County Administration Building beginning at 3 p.m.
MHC Coalition for Health and Wellness offers no contact application assistance for Virginia’s free or low-cost Medicaid plans (Children’s Medicaid/FAMIS, pregnancy Medicaid and Adult Health Care (birth to 64-years-old). Applications completed by phone (no contact). Call or text Ann Walker (276) 732-0509 to see if you qualify.
Danville Community College: The TRiO EOC (Educational Opportunity Centers) is a federally funded grant program to assist high school seniors and adults attending college. Free assistance ranges from selecting a career path and potential college to applying for financial aid and scholarships. Contact your local TRIO EOC today for your confidential appointment at (276) 694-8778 or email@example.com.
Southern Area Agency on Aging: SAAA is offering a series of “Fearless Caregiver Guides” from the publisher of “Today’s Caregiver Magazine” free to caregivers. Call or email SAAA at (276) 632-6442, 1-800-468-4571 or firstname.lastname@example.org