What’s Happening in Henderson, Chester County and surrounding areas

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CC Retired Teachers Cancelled Meeting
Chester County Retired Teachers will NOT meet in December. 

CC Library Book Sale
The Chester County Library will be holding a book sale beginning on Dec. 1, 2020. Due to COVID-19, the following restrictions will be in place. The book sale will have two designated areas – a set of shelves and a series of tables. Only two families may browse each section of the book sale at a time to abide by social distancing guidelines. We do recommend masks but they are not required at this time. We will have gloves available for those who would like to use gloves while browsing. We will have sanitizer available at each station. Prices are as follows: Hardcover books – 50 cents, Paperback books – 25 cents, DVDs – $1, Audiobooks – $2, television series – $2 for two disc seasons and $3 for three disc or more seasons, one Bag of Books (hardcover or paperback) for $3 (library staff will provide bag). Due to COVID-19, this is the first book sale we have hosted this year. As a result, we have run out of room and cannot accept anymore donations. Please hold donations until the new year or donate them to one of these great locations/organizations: Free Little Library at Chickasaw State Park, Free Little Library at the Post Office, Gleaners House, or Goodwill. 

Henderson Christmas Parade Dec. 3
The 2020 Henderson Christmas Parade will take place Thursday, Dec. 3, in downtown Henderson.

Lifeline Blood Services Blood Drive Dec. 18
Lifeline Blood Services will host a blood drive on from 1-6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 18, at Piggly Wiggly in Henderson. Donors who give blood Dec. 1 through 22 will get a t-shirt and  may register to win one of three 500 VISA GIFT Cards and a 55” smart TV.  Also, all blood donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies to identify potential Convalescent Plasma Donors who could help critically ill patients. IF YOU ARE WELL and HEALTHLY, please give blood this month. There is no other source for blood and patients need you now, more than ever.