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21210 South Bayside Road
P.O. Box 357
Cheriton, VA 23316
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Meeting Hall available for banquets, or business meetings.  Seats 102 in either banquet or theater style.  12 foot drop down screen with high definition overhead projector to view DVD's or presentations.  Full commercial kitchen.  The Hall rents for $300 per event with a 10% discount to Northampton Chamber members.  Hall rental is free to community responders such as: fire departments, rescue squads, EMS, USCG, etc. Beer & wine is available; renter is responsible for obtaining an ABC license.

P.O. Box 624
Cape Charles, VA 23310
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www.facebook.com/citizensforcentralpark

Mission Statement
To empower volunteers to serve their communities, meet humanitarian needs, encourage peace and promote international understanding through Lions clubs.

Vision Statement
To be the global leader in community and humanitarian service.

When:

3rd Wednesday - 7:00PM

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American Legion Post #56 Cheriton, VA 23316

 

16388 Courthouse Road
P.O. Box 882
Eastville, VA 23347
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CBES is a non-profit organization serving Northampton and Accomack counties on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Since 1988, the organization has been a focal point for discussion of a wide range of important community issues. We work to bring sound information to our members, to develop citizen leaders and to encourage citizen participation in the Eastern Shore community. The CBES mission is:
To promote balanced growth
While enhancing our quality of life
And preserving our natural resources.

155 Market Street
P.O. Box 3
Onancock, VA 23417
Fax: 757-787-3829
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The Eastern Shore Coalition Against Domestic Violence (ESCADV) is a non-profit, tax-exempt corporation established in 1983 to address the problem of domestic violence. SERVICES are FREE, CONFIDENTIAL and include: 24-hour hotline, 24-hour emergency shelter, Legal Advocacy, Crisis Intervention, Referral, Prevention and Community Outreach.

29300 Lankford Highway
Melfa, VA 23410
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The Eastern Shore Literacy Council's Mission:
To provide literacy and English language tutoring to adult residents of the Eastern Shore so they may acquire the skills needed to improve their quality of life.

12143 Bank Avenue
P.O. Box 1299
Exmore, VA 23350
Fax: 757-442-7551
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Eastern Shore of Virginia Habitat for Humanity has been committed to its MISSION of providing safe, efficient home ownership for those citizens in substandard housing on the Eastern Shore. Since its incorporation in 1988, Habitat has complete and dedicated more than twenty homes in Northamton and Accomac counties. They are now occupied by families who are working and able to make a small monthly mortgage payment, which is INTEREST-FREE.

P.O. Box 27
Cape Charles, VA 23310
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The Friends of the Cape Charles Library are dedicated to making the Cape Charles Memorial Library a better place for everyone. The Friends, an all volunteer organization, is responsible for promoting the library, sponsoring cultural programs for the community, providing funds to enhance the library collection and visitor experience. We invite you to spend time at the library and enjoy everything the library has to offer.

2 Fig Street
P.O. Box 383
Cape Charles, VA 23310
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The Northampton Branch, PVA was recently granted 501(c)(3) status and has been renamed the Northampton Historic Preservation Society. The NHPS is dedicated to continuing its century long history to ensure the preservation of Northampton County, Virginia historical properties and culture for residents and visitors today and in the future through interpretation, education and advocacy programs and restoration.

10239 Pine Avenue
P.O. Box 243
Nassawdox, VA 23413
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The Randy Custis Memorial Fund (RCMF), a tax exempt 501(c)(3) organization, was created in 1987 as a tribute to a nine year old boy who loved the game of baseball. In 1978, Randy Custis was killed by a drunk driver, and his parents established the fund so that other children could benefit from the game and grow to love sports, especially baseball, as much as Randy did.  Since then, thousands of children have been touched by the events that have taken place at the fields.

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