Greetings Everyone,

We wanted to make you aware of some updates to our COVID-19 web-page. Under the Business Resoures page, we have added another sheet dedicated to tools for recovery and re-opening your store-fronts. Visit our page: then click on the Business Resources link, then the tab at the bottom that says recovery. Some of the items are:

  • Constant Contacts Small Business Support Kit
  • SBA Seminars (some past seminars are recorded and posted)
  • Project #dinwiddiestrong

We will continue to update the COVID-19 page as more resources become available. Please continue to check both our page and Dinwiddie County's web-page for up-to-date information.

CLASS OF 2020 - Show your support
This year's DHS Senior Class is missing out on some of the best times of their lives, times they won't get back. Dinwiddie County Public Schools is requesting your assistance to show these students they are not forgotten!

If you have signage or a marquee that allows you to put up messages, please honor the Class of 2020! Take a picture and post it with the hash tag #classof2020strong.

You can also honor them by using the badge they created on your Facebook profile picture. To do this, tap on your profile picture, choose Add Frame, several categories will show up, you should be able to find it in one of them, if not, be sure to like the Dinwiddie County Public Schools Facebook page and then it will show up under "Frames From Pages You Like".

DCPS thanks you for supporting our Seniors.
Appomattox Regional Library System - Historical Data
Contact: Appomattox Regional Library System
Telephone Number: 804-458-6329 Ext. 2001
Email Address:
Web site address:

The Appomattox Regional Library System (ARLS) Presents Preserving Your History

Hopewell, VA, 4/23/2020- The Appomattox Regional Library System is creating an archive of primary sources documenting the accounts of life during the pandemic. The library wants to preserve the communities thoughts, memories, and stories so future generations in our community will get a glimpse of daily lives during a 21st century pandemic, the adjustments made, the emotions felt and actions taken by those in our communities. The library wants contributions from the residents of Hopewell, Dinwiddie County and Prince George County as well as the surrounding area.

Residents are invited to submit diary entries, reflections, photographs, and other pieces about life during the coronavirus pandemic. Examples of pieces include experiences about working from home, the shift to online learning, self-quarantining, social distancing, coping with the virus and more. Submissions can be made at through a Google Form. Those who prefer may submit physical documents by mail, to “Preserving your history project,” Appomattox Regional Library system, 209 E. Cawson Street, Hopewell, VA 23860. All original physical items submitted will be returned to the sender upon request but copies will be part of the library’s collection.The archive will be made public in the future, once materials are collected and sorted.

Click on the link below to go directly to the ARLS web-page for further information. Also, please take a moment to take the posted survey.

2020 Scholarship Application Available
The Dinwiddie County Chamber of Commerce is excited to be offering one (1), $1,000.00 scholarship to a 2020 graduate. All information may be found by clicking on the link to the left

As always, we can be reached at for questions and assistance.