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To use the vast resources of Hull Springs Farm to educate, conserve,and promote sustainablity.
InterCounty Childcare Connection, a program of the Early Childhood Division of the MP/NN Community Services Board seeks to identify and address the childcare issues and needs in the ten counties of the Middle Peninsula/Northern Neck region of Virginia.
Jacob's Ladder was created in 1991 specifically for gifted children who have an extraordinary ability to excel academically but come from situations that make it difficult for them to succeed or reach their full-potential. \r\n\r\nJacob's Ladder is a five year, year round, highly structured academic and life-skill, mentoring and advocacy program with a 4-6 week summer residential program.
The mission of Jessi's Summer Camp is to provide recreational opportunities during summer months for children and young adults ages 12 to 22 who have moderate to severe intellectual disabilities and who do not receive extended school year services or have waivers from the commonwealth of Virginia to attend state-supported facilities. The students must reside within the counties of the Middle Peninsula and the Northern Neck or the town of Colonial Beach.
The principal purpose of the Squad is to provide emergency medical care and transport, for the citizens of Kilmarnock, White Stone, Irvington, and the lower parts of Lancaster and Northumberland. The Squad will answer all calls for emergency assistance and will provide emergency care and transportation to the closest hospital as necessary.
Perserving the past for the future
The mission of this organization shall the protection, and preservation of life and property from and during such fires and emergencies as may from time to time occur in the town of Kilmarnock and it's vicinity.\r\n
The Kilmarnock-Irvington-White Stone (KIWS) Rotary Club was founded in 1929 and currently has 55+ members. Our goal is to provide humanitarian service to the Northern Neck of Virginia and beyond.
To enrich the lives and foster community spirit among King and Queen County residents through community and economic development activities
Founded in 1953, the King and Queen County Historical Society is \r\na non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization formed to promote the interests of King and Queen County and its history through:\r\n\r\nCollecting and Processing Manuscripts and other Materials Pertaining to the History of King and Queen County, Virginia. \r\nPromoting the Writing of the History of the County. \r\nPreserving, Restoring, and/or Marking Historic Sites, and \r\nSponsoring and Presenting Exhibits and Programs of Educational and Historical Interest for the Welfare of all of the People of the County. \r\n