Thursday, September 20, 2012


Rhythms on the Riverwalk concert series line up change
September 20, 2012
     York County announces a change to the line up for the 8th Annual Rhythms on the Riverwalk concert series.
     The entertainment for Friday, Sept. 28 will be "Boot Rooster." Boot Rooster is a high energy country band that was established in late 2009 in the Hampton Roads area.
     This weekly concert series will take place on the performance stage, overlooking the York River. The series will be held on Fridays from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. through Oct. 5. The entertainment schedule is as follows:
·         Sept. 21                       Charles Darden Band
·         Sept. 28                       Boot Rooster
·         Oct. 5                         Tailgate Down
     The series is free and open to the public. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets and/or lawn chairs. Food will be available for purchase. Free parking is available at the Riverwalk Landing parking terrace, York Hall, York-Poquoson Courthouse, County Administration Building, and other designated public parking lots throughout Yorktown.
     No rain dates are scheduled for Rhythms on the Riverwalk. In the event of inclement weather, please call the event weather hotline at 890-3520 for updated event information. For more information on Rhythms on the Riverwalk or any other events in York County, call the York County Parks and Recreation Office at 890-3500 or visit
     Rhythms on the Riverwalk is sponsored by York County.


Last Moonlight and Music set for Thursday, Sept. 27
September 20, 2012
     New Quarter Park invites musicians and music lovers to share old-time, blues, roots music and more on Thursday evening, Sept. 27, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. 
     Bring a guitar, fiddle, or other acoustic instrument to the park shelters next to the parking lot and office and join in the jam. Instrumentalists at all levels and in all genres are welcome. Music-loving listeners are also welcome to bring a lawn chair and sing along.
     Led by local musician Joe Duggan, the event proceeds in a round robin fashion. This will be the last Moonlight and Music for this year.
     New Quarter Park is located in upper York County at 1000 Lakeshead Drive, next to the Queen's Lake neighborhood. For more information, call York County Parks and Recreation at 757-890-3500 or New Quarter Park at 757-890-5840.


Joe Woody recognized for 25 years of service
September 20, 2012
     At a recent meeting, Board of Supervisors Chairman Tom Shepperd recognized Crew Supervisor/Equipment Operator Joe Woody for his 25 years of service to York County.
     Joe started with the county in 1987 as a Laborer II in the Utilities Division. From there, he progressed to the position of Trades Helper, and then moved to the Division of Waste Management as an Operator before being promoted to his current position.
     With Waste Management, Joe is the primary designer of county leaf collection routes and is supervisor of the county's Adult Community Service Program.
     "Joe's day-to-day work ethic makes him a true asset to York County," said his boss, Waste Service Manager Frank Hedspeth. "It makes no difference what job is handed to Joe, he always puts forth his best efforts to complete the task at hand."

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