There's a great article in the latest edition of Richmond Magazine, on how members of the Richmond Area Mensa chapter forge connections through games and fellowship. It looks at how our social gatherings have changed, under the current pandemic, and other ways that Mensa looks to bring people together.
Our thanks to journalist and writer Eileen Abbott.
Why not join our monthly games meet-ups? They continue in a virtual form, until it's safe to return to in-person meetings. Watch your emails for how to join us, or get in touch if you have any questions.
Richmond Area Mensa issued an alert June 24th after a number of individuals were reported to have broken out from from escape rooms in the Midlothian area.
It is understood that a Casino Heist was attempted, with a number of suspects escaping with only seconds to spare. Meanwhile another crew did something about returning paintings to a Museum - details are somewhat confused.
The diverse group are believed to still be at large as this goes to press, with no distinguishing commonalities aside from a reportedly high IQ. Based on witness descriptions, an artist was able to produce this surprisingly realistic sketch.
Some suspects reportedly re-grouped at Mi Hacienda, where they are reported to have celebrated their deeds with margaritas, dinner and good company. The restaurant CCTV captured this image of the gang.
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