January 14, 2022
A publication by Gloucester's Department of Community Engagement and Public Information
Significant Winter Storm May Impact Areas of Virginia this Weekend
A significant winter storm may impact you if you are traveling to the south or west of our area on Sunday. Snow accumulation is expected along and west of I-95. Some icing from freezing rain is possible along and south of HWY 460. However, this is subject to change and could further impact our area if the storm track shifts to the east.

With what occurred on I-95 during last week's snowstorm in Northern Virginia, emergency management officials are urging you to keep these items in your vehicles just in case you find yourself stuck on the highway during a winter storm:
Rappahannock Community College to Offer Adobe Course
Rappahannock Community College is offering a course to help students earn an Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) Visual Design Specialist certificate. Completing an ACA validates Adobe cross-platform expertise, and it speaks volumes to prospective employers, academic institutions and the world.
This class prepares students to take the Adobe certification exams. Focus will be on graphic design and illustration using Adobe Illustrator; print and digital media publication using Adobe InDesign; and visual communication using Adobe Photoshop.
Classes will be taught via Zoom so students can use their own computer and Adobe suite of products. For more information, please contact RCC at (804) 333-6754 or visit www.rappahannock.edu/learn-skills. Tuition assistance and funding is available.

Youth Basketball Registration has been Extended

Parks and Recreation has extended its registration for 12-14 and 15-18 year old youth basketball. The new deadline will be on January 30. Make sure to sign up soon at gloucesterva.info/civicrec.
Replayed Post on Money, Health, and Other Things!
For those with health/wellness New Years Resolutions, the Virginia Cooperative Extension will revisit some of its past posts on nutrition, health, and exercise. This week, they will discuss preventing exercise burnout! To tune in, visit here.
Gloucester County has exciting job opportunities available!

Gloucester County Human Resources is actively reviewing applications!

Come Join Our Dynamic Team!

Full Time Opportunities:
-Civil Engineer I
-Deputy II Circuit Court
-Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst
-Facilities Technician III
-Inspector I (Electrical)
-Library Specialist (Bookmobile)
-Pretrial Officer
-Real Estate Appraiser I
-Senior Budget and Accounting Analyst
-Tourism Coordinator
-Utility Engineer
-Utility Maintenance Worker
-Water Treatment Plant Operator or Trainee

Part Time Opportunities:
-Gymnastics Assistant I
-Library Clerk
-Library Specialist – Children Services
-Recreation Aide
-Specialty Instructor
-Victim Witness Advocate

For more information, to apply, and review full job descriptions, please visit https://www.gloucesterva.info/347/Job-Opportunities
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