Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Eggleston Planning Ribbon Cutting Ceremony For New Wellness Center In Newport News

Sign up here for our free newsletter that tells you about the newest stories, three mornings each week.

NEWPORT NEWS—After nearly 20 years of delivering its mission on the Peninsula, the non-profit agency Eggleston has invested more than $2.3 million to continue to provide key services to adults with disabilities. They recently opened the Eggleston Wellness Center, located at 645 J. Clyde Morris Blvd. in Newport News and purchased two homes for their residential services program.

To celebrate their expansion on the Peninsula, Eggleston is partnering with the Virginia Peninsula Chamber of Commerce to hold an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 21 from 4pm to 6pm at the newly opened center. The keynote speech will be delivered by Virginia Secretary of Health and Human Resource, Mr. John E. Littel at 4:30pm, followed by remarks from Newport News Vice Mayor, Saundra Cherry and Eggleston CEO Paul J. Atkinson Sr.

Want to read the rest of the article?

Already a subscriber? Log into your Transact account.

New user? Create a Transact account and read the article for free. Transact gives you $3 in credit to get you started.

Purchase a subscription for a year, month, or day on Transact, and get access to all articles.

Transact payments script could not be loaded

Transact.io respects your privacy, does not display advertisements, and does not sell your data.

To enable payment or login you will need to allow third party scripts from transact.io.

Cookies are disabled

Transact.io respects your privacy, does not display advertisements, and does not sell your data.

To enable purchase or subscriptions you will need to enable cookies.

You must purchase this article or be a subscriber to comment on it.

Health Care Industry News

Olde Town Medical & Dental Center Receives $100,000 Grant From Sentara Healthcare

JAMES CITY-Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center recently received a grant from Sentara Healthcare to support its Comprehensive Integrated Care Model for physical and...

Construction Begins On New Medical Office Building At Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Williamsburg

WILLIAMSBURG-Construction is beginning on a new medical office building that will be located on the campus of Riverside Doctors’ Hospital Williamsburg. On Tuesday, August 2,...

Lackey Clinic Expands Free Virtual Urgent Care Program

YORK-Lackey Virtual Urgent Care, which provides free online medical care to those in need, is opening up services to all of Virginia. The program...

The New Local News Model

On July 1, we started a new way to pay for news. Yes, we want you to subscribe, but we know nobody subscribes to every site they visit just because there's a paywall.

So if you don't want to subscribe (even at the low price of $39.99 for a year), you can pay for access to individual articles. Or just buy a 24-hour pass, as if you were buying a single copy of a newspaper. We use a new payment service called Transact, which lets you pay for individual articles in as little as three seconds. And you will get $3 in credit when you sign up (just an email address, no credit card required), which will let you pay for at least 20 articles.

This is new for everyone, so we're going to ease you into this. Initially, there won't be many articles that you have to pay for. Short ones will always be free. And even the longer stories will let you read the first half or so for free. We'd love to hear what you think, so send us a note at feedback@peninsulachronicle.com.