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INSIDE JSRCC Police earn professional accreditation > page 9 Volume 59, Number 29 • July 25, 2013 Market’s attendance growing By Roslyn Ryan Contributing Writer By the time the clouds parted and the rain stopped on Wednesday, July 17, Tonia Wyatt was ready to roll. The owner of Flower Child, a baked goods business she started out of her Goochland home, she had come to the grand opening of the new My Courthouse Market to showcase her wares and connect with new customers. Despite the wet weather (it was reportedly the third time in as many weeks that the market has been hit with summer showers), Wyatt and her fellow vendors were soon seeing plenty of shoppers. “It’s going really well,” said market manager Lisa Dearden, who also runs the My Manakin Market on Saturdays in ManakinSabot. So far, said Dearden, the biggest challenge had simply been getting the word out to both vendors and shoppers that they are there. Supervisors defer action on new Parke development By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent Photo by Roslyn Ryan Tonia Wyatt, right, owner of the baked goods company Flower Child, bags up an order for a customer during the July 17 grand opening of the new My Courthouse Market. Wyatt, a Goochland resident, was joined in her booth by two of her children, Savanna, center, and Jake. For Wendy Yohman of Yohman’s Garden, who also had battled the rain as she spread out her colorful array of jams and relishes, the fact that Dearden was involved in the project was a key factor in her decision to take ing.” part in the Wednesday market. By all appearances, many “If Lisa says it’s going to work, residents have found the market it’s going to work,” said Yohman. worth supporting as well. “If she’s doing it, it’s worth getsee Market > page 4 ting behind and worth support- Goochland developer Scott Gaeser told members of the Goochland County Board of Supervisors that a proposed development off Pouncey Tract Road will reflect the type of quality community his previous projects have provided. Supervisors had no issue with Gaeser’s previous track record and commended his efforts at The Parke at Saddle Creek and The Parke at Centerville. They also displayed support for aspects of Gaeser’s latest project, The Parke at Hylas. Gaeser sought a rezoning for 49 acres close to the Hanover County line to construct 124 age-restricted homes, ranging in price from $400,000 to $500,000. The property is currently zoned M-1 but there has been limited interest in that area so the developer is requesting a Residential Planned Unit Development (RPUD) classification. The supervisors did express concerns regarding Gaeser’s proffer offer for the new homes. The see Parke > page 5 FAITH New CEO Tim Joyce made a big move to head Richmond’s YMCA A LEAP OF By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent After living most of his life in Raleigh, N.C., packing up and moving to Richmond was a difficult decision for new regional YMCA chief executive officer Tim Joyce and his wife Brenda. As it turned out, he said it might be one of the best decisions they’ve ever made. Six months on the job, Joyce said he is convinced he made the right decision, and displays an enthusiastic confidence as he assumes the reins overseeing 19 local YMCA facilities in the metro area. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Joyce formed a strong and lasting bond with the YMCA at an early age – and it never went away. The story begins early. see YMCA > page 4 Photo by Jim Ridolphi 2 Thursday July 25, 2013 PEOPLE: Personalities & Achievements Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com Care Advantage has immediate openings for CNAs and PCAs. Come and be a part of a winning team! We offer ﬂexible schedules, competitive pay, incentive bonuses and a friendly ofﬁce staff. Applicants must be dependable and compassionate. Goochland Ofﬁce: 2987 River Road West, Suite B Goochland, VA 23063 www.careadvantageinc.com CNAs & PCAs INSIDE Del. Ware honored for conservation efforts PAGE 16 SPORTS APPLY IN PERSON AT Photo submitted by Sgt. Steven Creasy (804) 556-2273 The Goochland County Sheriff’s Office will be holding its Citizens Academy next month. The 10-week program starts on Aug. 21. Enrollment is underway. Shown here are members of the Spring 2013 class. They are, from left, Sheriff James Agnew, Doug Shackelford, Cameron Lukowicz, Charles Peple, Mark Smith, James Massey, Rebecca Massey, Colleen Reid, Bruce Watson and Sgt. Steven Creasey. Also graduating were Catherine Brown, Fred Fivecoat, Richard Slattery, Barbra Young and Steve Young. Goochland softball teams fall short in state tournaments PAGE 12 Calendar ................................ 7 Classifieds ......................17-18 Letters .................................... 6 Obituaries ............................ 10 Opinion .................................. 6 Sports .............................12-13 TV Listings ......................14-16 2955690-01 In the Nation, what matters to us is what matters to you. Goochland to conduct Sheriff’s Citizens Academy Contributed Report When it comes to protecting what you love, it’s not what you know, but who you know. Someone who cares about what you care about. At Nationwide Insurance, we call them agents. You’ll call them friends. We put members first, because we don’t have shareholders. Join the Nation where protection is personal. Residents can now enroll in the Goochland County Sheriff ’s Citizens Academy that begins on Aug. 21. Participants will meet each Wednesday for 10 weeks. The academy includes visual presentations, tours and a variety of practical exercises. The Citizens Academy is free and open to all county residents and business owners, as well as members of any community organization in Goochland County. Applications will be screened for activities that may disqualify them from participating in the academy. For more information or an application, call Sgt. Steven Creasey at 804-5565349 or go to www.goochlandsheriff.org. 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Nationwide, Nationwide Insurance, the Nationwide framemark, Nationwide is On Your Side and Join the Nation are service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. ©2012 Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. All rights reserved. NPR-0501M1 (07/12) A new interdenominational Bible study/fellowship is forming in Goochland. Starting today (Thursday, July 25), the group will be meeting from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Goochland YMCA. The six-week program is being held on Thursdays. The focus will be a simple and practical look at the lessons contained in the book of Jonah. The study is an outreach of Calvary Chapel Fluvanna and will be led by pastor Steve Feden. For more information on Calvary Chapel Fluvanna, visit www.ccfluvanna.com. Vacation Bible School is being held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. today (Thursday, July 25) and Friday, July 26, at the Gum Spring United Methodist Church. A covered dish potluck dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Friday. Thursday July 25, 2013 NEWS: What’s Going on in Goochland County Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com 3 Moe’s Garage Band performs at Ladysmith Village July 27 By Korey Hughes Special Correspondent Music is synonymous with summertime, and on Saturday, July 27, Moe’s Garage Band will rock the crowd during Ladysmith Village’s ongoing Summer Concert Series. The show will get underway at 5 p.m. at 17276 Camellia Drive in Ruther Glen. Moe’s Garage Band first began performing in 2007. But, Saturday’s performance will be the first time that the band has performed in Ruther Glen since its appearance at the Ladysmith Village 5K Run last September. The band consists of members Alex Crain on lead vocals and guitar, Bill Bucco on keyboard, harmonica and vocals, Paul Lusk on guitar and vocals, Rocky Orndorff on drums and vocals and Brian Moser on Moe’s Garage Band first began performing in 2007. Submitted Photo sound and lights. Last but not least, Lloyd Lewis, bass guitar player and vocalist, described Moe’s Garage Band’s musical style. “I don’t think we consider ourselves hard rock,” Lewis said. “It’s more like pop and country, but we can play so many things because of all of our different ages and because all of us have been playing for such a long time.” The band also is known for its classic car-inspired logo, but, interestingly enough, the name came from another unlikely source of inspiration. Here’s a hint: It’s the kind that meows. “We always rehearsed in my garage,” Lewis said. “But, my cat’s name was Moe, and we thought it was kind of catchy.” In a few short years, Moe’s Garage Band has acquired a loyal fan base in Central Virginia. Frequent appearances at popular venues such as Buffalo Wild Wings in Glen Allen and Sine’s Irish Pub in Richmond have increased the group’s visibility as of late, but Lewis said that the sheer number of songs in its repertoire make people come back to its shows. “I think it’s because of our variety and the fact that we don’t show up and play the same thing all the time,” Lewis said. “We can play a two-night job, but we have enough material that we stay fresh.” The list of songs that Moe’s Garage Band covers during its shows is extensive and includes numbers by acts such as the Allman Brothers, the Rolling Stones and Stevie Ray Vaughn. Incidentally, Lewis recounted a recent encounter with a 10-year-old fan who requested a track by rhythm-and-blues artist Bill Withers. Since the entire group knew the tune, the members happily obliged and performed the song along with a few others in the same genre. “Last weekend, we played Colonial Downs, and we did some old soul tunes because we had been doing them. We have such a wide diversity of backgrounds that we can put stuff together on the fly.” So, what’s the atmosphere like at Moe’s Garage Band performance? Well, fun is the first word that came to Lewis’ mind. “Everybody seems to have a lot of fun,” Lewis said. “It’s not rowdy, but people have a really good time.” Admission is free and open to the public. Lewis also said that attendees are invited to bring a blanket and a picnic meal to the performance. For more information about Ladysmith Village’s Summer Concert series, visit www.ladysmithvillage.com. For more information on Moe’s Garage Band, visit www. moesgaragerocks.com. mond’s Home Buying or Selling a House? pecialist! Let my Now taking expertise go to listings for work for you! 2012! the Spring! 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Roslyn Ryan is editor of Powhatan Today and Cumberland Today. Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com and prayer to the possible move north. The decision came to them after prayer and reflection, and neither has looked back. “It’s what I call faith,” Joyce said. “We absolutely know that we were called to be here.” The move also provided his sons with a clear message about their dad. “It showed them that if God calls you to do something, you get up and do it,” Joyce said. “It’s never too late to make a change.” The transition was made even easier, according to Joyce, by the professionalism of his Richmond support team. He said chief operating officer Karen Keegan has been instrumental in familiarizing him with the region and “showing him the ropes.” And that change seems to be working for Joyce. His enthusiasm and excitement are contagious, and his love for children and the YMCA mission are evident. At a recent outing at Camp Gooch near Shannon Hill in western Goochland County, Joyce was surrounded by dozens of young campers. The smile on Joyce’s face said it all. “Sometimes, I can’t believe I get paid to do this.” Did you know? Envoy at the Meadows offers a highly trained clinical and therapy team with oversight by our two Medical Directors! YMCA continued from > page 1 “I showed up at a YMCA when I was 7 years old,” Joyce said. “From that age on, I was involved in some type of YMCA program – whether it was after school, sports or teens.” Joyce turned that love of the Y into a job at age 16 when he took his first parttime position. That began 27 years of local involvement with an organization he said he truly loves. Joyce said it’s a story that could be potentially repeated hundreds of times as the Y reaches out to kids of all backgrounds and ethnic preferences. “You don’t know how many little Tim Joyces there are out there that – if staff keeps dedicating time and volunteers keep raising money so they can go that one day – one of these kids could grow up and become OUR SERVICES: WE ACCEPT: Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Cigna, Coventry-Southern Health, Humana, Tricare, Medicaid, Private Pay, Hospital Contracts, & more! Call for more information today! Now Registering for Fall! (804) 556-4418 Mt. Gilead Baptist Preschool Preschool Program for Children Ages 3-5 years old Two, three or four day per week class options Small class sizes, new facilities, references available! Located at 4768 Shannon Hill Rd in Western Goochland 804-457-2938 www.teacherpage.com/mtgilead at the Meadows E nvoy 2715 Dogtown Road, Goochland, VA 23063 804-556-4418 your CEO,” Joyce said. “I’m a poster child. I’ve seen what can happen at the Y.” After college, Joyce began working at a YMCA summer camp in southeastern North Carolina called Camp Seagull. While teaching school in 1985, Joyce got the call he’d been waiting for and began a full-time career with the YMCA organizing summer camps throughout North Carolina. In a life that revolved around the Y, the Joyces raised three boys and found themselves empty nesters when the Richmond opportunity came along. “All the boys were grown up and out of the house,” Joyce said. “One’s married, one’s at Duke Divinity School and one’s at N.C. State.” The empty nest syndrome opened other possibilities for the Joyces who, up until that point, had spent their entire YMCA career with the Raleigh chapter. “After the boys left, we found ourselves empty nesters and a lot of my friends and colleagues urged me to take a look at the Richmond job which was opening up,” said Joyce. At first hesitant, Joyce and his wife gave careful thought Get the latest news about Washington’s team and all the info you need to plan your visit to Training Camp — SPONSORED BY — TimesDispatch.com/TrainingCamp 2982577-01 FEATURING YOUR PHOTOS! POST YOUR FAVORITE TEAM PIX TO INSTAGRAM USING #HTTR Thursday July 25, 2013 POLITICS: Government, Elections mercial development in an area the county has deemed desirable. As Henrico builds out from Short Pump, Gaeser said he expects demand for age-restricted custom-tailored homes will increase. He supplied several examples of the homes planned for the community. And the supervisors seem receptive to these mixed use projects, but adjusting proffers raised alarms regarding precedent. Dickson said the noted road improvements were necessary for the new subdivision and should be considered a cost of doing business,” separate and apart from proffers designed to meet future road needs. “I want to make sure we are not confusing taxes paid with operating expenses. Those are a wash in this calculation,” Dickson said. She noted a distinguished difference between off-site versus on-site improvements when considering proffer credits. Supervisors also expressed a desire that future residents are fully informed on what future uses may arrive in the area and the existing quarry operations in the area. Gaeser said he planned utilizing full disclosure on those issues. “I would be concerned that they (residents) are not aware of the commercial [element] coming in and us having to have another discussion down the road,” said District 1 supervisor Susan Lascolette. The board will consider Gaeser’s applications at its August meeting. Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com 5 Parke continued from >page 1 road and school component of Goochland’s $19,000 proffer was missing from the application. Gaeser submitted an application with $3,473 allotted for proffers for each unit. While some understood the lack of school funds when no additional children will attend Goochland schools as a result of the new homes, specifically designed for empty nesters with first floor masters, the road equation was more perplexing. When the project was originally proposed, Gaeser agreed to make road improvements, including left- and right-hand turn lanes and the construction of a connecting road from Ashland Road to Pouncey Tract to serve the neighborhood as well as future development. The developer expressed his understanding that – since he was footing the bill for all of the road improvements – he assumed he had satisfied his portion of the road proffer. “My understanding in reading the proffers was that you basically had the opportunity to create transportation improvements that weren’t already part of the transportation system and by improving those roads, you would get a credit,” Gaeser said. That understanding continued as the proposal received unanimous recommendation from the Goochland County Planning Commission. “At that time, it seemed to me and the Planning Commission that that was reasonable. If it’s not, I’m happy to discuss that with this board,” Gaeser said. As the discussion continued, he agreed to amend the road proffer to $2,000 per home. Normally, the roads portion of Goochland’s proffer is $3,700. County Administrator Rebecca Dickson reminded Gaeser that it was her understanding the Planning Commission had not involved Photo by Jim Ridolphi Save the Date Goochland developer Scott Gaeser recently told the Goochland County Board of Supervisors his proposed quality community will feature the same maintenance-free living as his other developments in Goochland, including The Parke at Centerville. itself in the proffer discussion and indicated that was an issue for the supervisors’ consideration. Gaeser said he was willing and ready to reach a compromise at the meeting, but supervisors opted to defer their consideration to allow county officials time to meet with the developer and attempt to come up with a “creative” compromise. The residential development was accompanied by a separate rezoning request for a commercial component to the proposed development, which also was deferred until next month. Gaeser said the development is a good fit for the neighborhood and provides several key elements to Goochland’s development picture. Initially, it means more connections for the county’s troubled TCSD project. It also could spur com- VCU Medical Center will be offering the following free seminars at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Education and Library Complex, located at 1800 Lakeside Avenue. Registration is required. Free parking available. PLUS, if you come early, you can tour the gardens before the seminar for free. Call (804) 828-0123 to reserve your spot today. Thursday, August 1, 2013 | 5:30 p.m. A New Hope for Heart Valve Replacement Join Drs. Derek Brinster and Zachary Gertz, from VCU Pauley Heart Center, as they discuss transcatheter aortic valve replacement, a minimally invasive approach to heart valve replacement, and who can beneﬁt from it. 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For the majority of us, a summer visit to grandma’s house evokes pleasant memories of days long passed, and sun-soaked days swimming and having fun. As a child, I spent most of my summers at my grandmother’s house. Granted, the activities were different back then. Nothing was more exciting than an adventure with my uncle who allowed us to run alongside his slowly moving car and collect bottles. When we returned to my grandmother’s house, we’d wash them, pack them in a wagon and haul them down to the local Safeway and leave with what felt like a fortune. It’s no different today. Parents pack their kids for summer camp and a thousand other activities, but that trip to grandma’s still stands out as the highlight of the summer. Having kids later in life means my younger kids never knew my parents, but they have a more than adequate and loving couple of grandparents in my ex-wife’s parents. And they have Aunt Becky, my sister, and her house is Grandma’s House on this side of the family. As I write, they are busy packing and repacking for their journey to Florida to stay with her in Tampa for three weeks. The excitement is almost – how do I say this? – overwhelming. There are few things that can make a 62-year-old man feel young, but seeing my kids excited and happy about an upcoming adventure opens a world of memories for me. For a brief second, I’m almost back in 1957 heading for grandma’s and their unadulterated enthusiasm and innocence is contagious. They have a slew of activities planned, and I don’t envy Aunt Becky trudging through Disney World or Lego Land. Uncle Steve will take Jack fishing and they’ll return home and fry up the catch for lunch. And they’ll play in the pool, meet new friends and have new adventures. And, they’ll enjoy the small things that make summer special – an evening sitting on a big swing listening to the endless symphony of cicadas or the smell of a clean Florida morning. Which all brings me to what dad will be doing for those three weeks. I’ve got enough work to keep me more than busy. As for emotionally dealing with the absence of my kids for 21 days, I’m not so sure. I’ve taken all the precautions I can, installing Skype on the computer and they will be taking a cell phone with them. You’d think see Memories > page 10 Cantor welcomes Tea Party leaders Photo submitted by Gena Villari U.S. Rep. Eric. Cantor, R-7, recently welcomed Goochland and Richmond Tea Party leaders to Washington, D.C., to meet and attend IRS oversight hearings. “I was pleased to host community leaders from Virginia’s 7th District in Washington,” Cantor said.” Many of the Richmond and Goochland Tea Party members should be credited with coming forward and bringing to light the Obama Administration’s abuses of power at the Internal Revenue Service. The U.S. House of Representatives will continue its work to get to the bottom of the situation at the IRS so we can restore Americans’ trust in our government, and I appreciate the continued involvement of 7th District tea party organizations.” Letters to the Editor Thanks for great celebration of 4th I am writing to you regarding Goochland’s recent 4th of July fireworks display. Although I do not live in Goochland, my family and I live in the Black Creek area of Hanover County, and we attended your fireworks display this year. Last summer I was with my Boy Scout troop at Camp T. Brady Saunders and could hear the fireworks on July 4th from our campsite and thought we should go this year to see them. I read about instructions for the fireworks on the county website and we drove over. Congratulations for a wonderful way to celebrate the 4th! Even though there were quite a few folks attending, the parking was easy and we found great seats outside of a baseball field to set up our lawn chairs. The fireworks were exceptional and everyone around us enthusiastically enjoyed the fun, youngsters and seniors alike. One of the best parts was the easy out following the ending of the display back to the interstate; the Sheriff’s Office and officers handled the traffic expertly and I was very impressed. Thanks to your county for providing a rewarding and free celebration on the 4th of July, you should all be proud! Rick Perry Mechanicsville Editorial & Business Office: 6400 Mechanicsville Tpke. Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Mailing Address: P.O. 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Send letters to: The Goochland Gazette, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Fax: (804) 730-0476 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thursday July 25, 2013 Thursday, July 25 cheon follows service at Rectory, 48 Cameron St.; St. John’s is located north of the intersection of Washington Street and Route 6 in Columbia. CALENDAR: Community Events adult. Family Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for all ages. For more information, call 804-7493146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Goochland Branch Library’s current location at 3075 River Road West with fun events, door prizes, performances by local musicians and a live parrot show with Birds of Paradise at 1 p.m. See special displays by library staff members and local artists. Birthday cakes and beverages will be provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. For more information, call 804-556-4774 or visit the library. Sunday, Aug. 4 Shady Grove Baptist Church Homecoming and revival services will be held at 3384 Oakland Church Road in Gum Spring. Sunday service begins at 11 a.m. with morning worship. Lunch will be served at 2:30 p.m. Prayer and praise begins at 3 p.m. Worship service starts at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 5 through 8, with prayer and praise at 8 p.m. The Homecoming guest speaker will be the Rev. Haywood Smith, pastor of St. James Baptist Church in Leasburg, N.C. The revival guest speaker will be the Rev. Kevin Sykes, pastor of St. James Baptist Church in Varina. For more information, call 804-5563453. Monday, Aug. 5 AWARE Wildlife Ambassadors begin at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Do opossums hang by their tails? What do turtles eat? Can owls turn their heads all the way around? Meet the Wildlife Ambassadors from AWARE and learn about animal behavior, diet, and habitats for the wildlife you may find in your own backyard. Call 804 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information. Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com 7 Preschool Storytime begins at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. For ages 3 to 5 years old. Mother Goose Storytime Tuesday, July 30 begins at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 to 24 months. An accompanyExplore UR Worldz with ing adult is required. For more Geocaching begins at 7 p.m. at information, call 804-556-4774 the Cochrane Rockville Branch or visit the library. Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. This class is for ages 11 A new interdenominational to 18. Discover hidden treasures Bible study/fellowship will meet in your own neighborhood and from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursdays around the world. Decipher at the Goochland YMCA for six secret codes, search for clues, weeks. The focus will be a simple and hunt for relics. Snacks will and practical look at the les- be provided by the Friends of sons contained in the book of the Rockville Library. For more Jonah. The study is an outreach information, call 804-749-3146 of Calvary Chapel Fluvanna or visit the library. and will be led by pastor Steve Feden. For more information on Wednesday, July 31 Calvary Chapel Fluvanna, visit www.ccfluvanna.com. Hebron Day School will host a “Popcicle Playdate” and Parent Social from 10 a.m. to Thursday and Friday, noon at the preschool at 1040 July 25-26 Shallow Well Road in ManakinVacation Bible School is being Sabot. Current students, new held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. at the students and anyone interested Gum Spring United Methodist in enrolling in the preschool for Church. A covered dish potluck September are invited to attend. dinner is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Come and spend the mornFriday. ing with friends and enjoy free refreshments. For questions, call the director, Shirley Bonovitch, Friday, July 26 Toddler Storytime begins at 804-784-3950. at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2-yearolds, who must be accompanied by an adult. Family Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for all ages. For more information, call 804749-3146 or visit the library. A Friday Family Film Festival begins at 1 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. See a family movie on the big screen. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library. Toddler Storytime begins at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West for 2-year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call 804-5564774 or visit the library. Thursday, Aug. 1 Preschool Storytime begins at 10 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old. 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He provides the same message to all the localities served by JSRCC, including the City of Richmond, as well as Louisa, Henrico and Powhatan counties. Rhodes said he sees the college’s relationship with the communities it serves as paramount in maintaining the school’s relevance and importance in the region. He also said that JSRCC depends on the communities and local governments for support. “I make these trips to the county supervisors and city council for a couple of reasons,” Rhodes said. “They provide local monies that are used for some operations and things like student scholarships and tutoring at some facilities.” But that’s not the primary reason for the annual and sometimes more often trips. “They are our ambassadors so I want them to know as much as they can about the college and the impact we make in terms of how many citizens we serve in each jurisdiction,” Rhodes added. He emphasized the strong community connection the col- Photo by Jim Ridolphi Dr. Gary Rhodes, president of J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, updated the Hanover County Board of Supervisors on the school’s progress. He was accompanied by board member Mark Creery. lege has fostered in 40 years of operations. For example, the school teamed with the Goochland Historical Society to decorate a new community room at the Goochland campus. The space is available for community and governmental meetings. With an expanding curriculum and plans for a new campus in Varina in Henrico County on the drawing board, Rhodes said the college has its eye on the future, providing 21st century training to a wide array of Central Virginians. With a student enrollment of more than 20,000 students, J. Sarge, as Rhodes likes to call it, is the state’s third largest community college. The system employs almost 1,700 workers at its three campuses located in Henrico and Goochland counties and downtown Richmond. In Goochland, that equates to more than 450 students and 85 high school students registered for dual enrollment classes. Hanover students make up about 15 percent of the school’s student body. “It’s a significant portion of our student body,” Rhodes recently told Hanover supervisors. Enrollment was slightly off for the first time this year due to a decline in students at the state’s high schools. Rhodes said JSRCC’s enrollment numbers are closely correlated with state graduation figures. The school’s three campuses are currently in the midst of $30 million in construction, and Rhodes said the school is constantly looking for new ways to train students for careers. At the Goochland campus, classes now teach automotive students on electric car repair, an emerging and necessary service as the number of alternative automobiles increases. A new pilot program in Goochland and Powhatan counties called the Advanced College Academy allows students to enroll in enough dual enrollment classes to graduate with both a high school diploma and an associates degree. “We’re always committed to better serving our students,” Rhodes said. The majority of the area’s emergency medical technicians (EMTs), firefighters and law enforcement are trained at JSRCC, and the college appeals to students who plan to transition to four-year colleges. With more than 90 career programs, Rhodes said the school is an on-ramp to higher education and an on-ramp “to how people prepare to go to work.” Core college credits taken at JSRCC will transfer to any other public university in the state, with some limitations. “You can’t take welding and expect that to transfer to [the College of] William and Mary,” Rhodes laughed. Compared to four-year institutions, JSRCC’s tuition is about one-half the cost. From dental laboratory programs to automobile repair, JSRCC is tailoring its offerings to fit an increasingly mobile student body that requires more and varied career choices. As for Rhodes, he said he’s content continuing in his role of being the happy messenger. “It’s the best bang for the buck when it comes to higher education in the state of Virginia.” Thursday July 25, 2013 EDUCATION: School Board and Academic News Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com 9 JSRCC Police Department earns professional accreditation Contributed Report The J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Police Department has achieved accreditation status from the Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission (VLEPSC) for its commitment to law enforcement excellence and the successful completion of the certification process through the Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Program. The Certification of Accreditation was formally presented to the college on June 11 by the Department of Criminal Justice Services VLEPSC program manager Gary Dillon. Of the more than 400 municipal police and sheriff ’s departments in the Commonwealth, only 87 currently hold the distinction. The JSRCC Police Department is the only community college in Virginia to hold the accreditation. Accreditation of a police department by VLEPSC indi- Photo submitted by Peggy FaJohn Shown left to right are J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College accreditation manager Lt. Milton Franklin, Virginia Law Enforcement Professional Standards Commission program manager Gary Dillon, JSRCC Police Chief Paul Ronca and JSRCC assistant accreditation manager Charles Bishop. cates that the department is in compliance with 187 professional law enforcement standards in four topic areas: Administration, Operations, Personnel, and Training. The certification signi- fies that JSRCC police have met the highest standards for law enforcement practices in Virginia. The accreditation process began in March 2011 with a self-assessment, and culmi- nated with a three-day on-site assessment of the department’s policies, procedures, processes and operations by members of the Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Coalition in late April. JSRCC Police Chief Paul Ronca said, “The VLEPSC accreditation process ensures that the police department’s policies are of the highest standards. The accreditation process allowed us to closely examine our policies and procedures and learn from best practices of other departments around the state. We are pleased to be the first community college in Virginia to earn this distinction.” JSRCC’s police officers serve a population of more than 21,000 students, faculty and staff. The department has jurisdiction over all three campuses and the Ginter Park Center. The department will be reassessed by the state every four years and must provide proofs of compliance for each calendar year. OPEN ING D A Y Saturd ay, July 27th JSRCC offers new STEM community Contributed Report This fall for the first time J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College will offer students the opportunity to enroll in a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics) Learning Community. The new learning community links Introduction to Biology (BIO 101) with College Success Skills (SDV 100) to help students explore various STEM majors and related career fields while completing requirements for their degree. According to the Department of Commerce, STEM field careers are some of the best-paying and have the greatest potential for job growth in the early 21st century. STEM workers play a key role in the sustained growth and stability of the U.S. economy, and training in STEM fields generally results in higher wages. The concept of a Learning Community is to coordinate what students are learning in one class and apply it to another. To accomplish this, two (or more) course sections in the same semester are linked together and the same students enroll in both course sections. The instructors work together to coordinate assignments, content and improve crossover learning between the courses. Classes are typically back-to-back, or at the same time on alternating days. This STEM Learning Community links two courses NEW Hours: Tue - Sat 10-6! Closed Sun & Mon on the Parham Road CampusVisit our website for more info and directions General Biology 101, a four fruithillorchard.com credit course meeting on follow us on facebook Tuesdays and Thursdays, and College Success Skills, a one credit course which meets on Tuesdays. 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The family received visitors at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Homes at 11020 West Broad St. in Glen Allen, Va., on Monday, July 1, 2013. Funeral services were held at St. Matthews United Methodist Church at 1706 St. Matthews Lane in Richmond, Va., on Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Interment followed in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Shriners Children’s Hospital. Checks made out to Shriners Hospital and mailed to 1712 Bellevue Ave., Richmond, Va., 23227. Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com Epsilon National Honorary Mathematics Fraternity, graduating with a Master’s at Westhampton in 1969. Her love of gardening was admired. May she grace God’s heavenly gardens with talents she acquired in her lifetime. She was a beloved mother to great-grandmother, whose spirit is alive and well in the hearts of her family. A special thanks goes out to the caring staff of Bon Secours Hospice, especially Norma Rowe, Sue Grooms, Ashley Gittleson and Chaplin Morris Gant. A memorial service was held on July 20, 2013, at Dover Baptist Church in ManakinSabot. The family received guests at the church after the memorial service. Interment was private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Bon Secours Hospice or American Red Cross. Vanessa Anthony ANTHONY, Ms. Vanessa Lynette, 42, of Goochland, Va., went to be with the Lord on July 13, 2013. She was preceded in death by her father, John Anthony Jr. She is survived FARMERS & FLEA MARKET “Something for Everyone” Alice Bowmaster BOWMASTER, Alice Wyand, of Richmond, passed away on June 29, 2013. She is preceded in death by her parents, Emory and Mabel Wya n d . She was also predeceased by her brother, Lee Wyand; and her son, Tom Bowmaster. She is survived by her loving husband of 62 years, Ralph “Bucky”Bowmaster; sons, Mike Bowmaster (Gloria) of Corry, Pa., Rick Bowmaster (Greg) Located off 250 E at 24 Zion Park/ ¾ mile from Zion Crossroads 434-906-4138 | Open Year Round Fri., Sat., & Sun. 9-5 Antiques ndmade Items ers Ha Direct Sell — Established 1897 — Charles D. Morehead, President and General Manager Second Century Our home on July 15, 2013. She was preceded in death by her parents, Emory T. Crowder and Virginia Ware Crowder; her first husband, Stuart Ray Long; then second husband, Rowland W. “Bill” Flournoy; and daughter, Debra Susan Long. She is survived by her children, Kathryn Anderson, Mark Long, Craig Long and Aimee Flournoy; her sister, Dorothy Amos; her grandchildren, Chris, Laura, Nikki, Brandon, Rachelle, Elizabeth, Stuart and Victoria; her great-grandchildren, Jacob, Joshua, Leah, Joel and Laurence “Lars.” She graduated from Goochland High Shirley Flournoy School in 1949. Excelling FLOURNOY, Shirley Anne in mathematics, she had Crowder, passed peacefully at been elected to Pi Mu School names new College Board members Henrico’s families have trusted Bennett Funeral Homes in their time of need for an entire century. Bennett West • Henrico 11020 West Broad Street Contributed Report 359-4481 • www.bennettfuneralhomes.com Fabulous Property in Powhatan 3240 sf 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, formal rooms, great room, ofﬁce, living space, full basement, 3rd ﬂoor entertainment room, screen porch, deck, 2 car attached garage, 10 acres, Norwood Creek, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College has announced the recent appointments of James Lane and Dr.John “Jack” Manzari, M.D., to the Reynolds College Board by the Goochland County Board of Supervisors and the Louisa County Board of Supervisors, respectively. Both men will serve a four-year term expiring June 30, 2017. Lane serves as the superintendent of Goochland County Public Schools, with previous experience as the superintendent of Middlesex County Public Schools in eastern Virginia. He holds a Doctor of Education degree from the University of Virginia. Manzari is a retired medical doctor with more than 35 years of experience specializing in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Disease. He chairs the Louisa County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is a past president of the Louisa County Rotary Club. He served 12 years on the Board of Trustees for Broome Community College in Binghamton, N.Y. JSRCC president Gary Rhodes praised the Goochland County Board of Supervisors and Louisa County Board of Supervisors for their unwavering commitment to identifying and appointing outstanding local leaders to the Reynolds College Board. “I am excited about the unique skillsets and vision that both Lane and Dr. Manzari bring to the board,” Rhodes said. Serving more than 21,000 students annually, J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College is the youngest and third largest of 23 community colleges in Virginia. The college operates three campuses serving residents in the City of Richmond and the counties of Henrico, Hanover, Goochland, Powhatan and Louisa. 2 miles from Rt. 288 & Rt. 711. $439,000 Memories continued from >page 6 the normal overworked parent would welcome the three weeks. I thought I would too. Truth is, I’m better at everything when my kids are right beside me – and when 3046076-01 VENTURE REAL ESTATE Debra Hoffman, Principal Broker OFFICE: 784-2772 FAX: 784-2773 email@example.com they are happy, I’m happy. Admittedly, like most parents, I often find myself questioning the little time I have for myself. Sometimes, it seems like there’s kids and work and little time for anything else. But guess what? That’s more than OK with me. Back in another life, I envisioned myself spending the golden years of my life living in Miami Beach spending evenings with a rejuvenated career as a drummer in a dance band and spending my days relaxing by the beach and sipping a cold fruity cocktail. My outlook is different these days. All things considered for the next three weeks, I wish I was in Tampa. Thursday Want more? Visit us on the web at July 25, 2013 www.goochlandgazette.com 11 FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT CROSSWORD PUZZLE EQUESTRIAN WORD SEARCH 07/24-07/25 HOROSCOPES ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Avoid making an important decision this week, Aries. Your mind is busy with too many ideas, and you will not be able to focus all of your attention on one task. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 You certainly are in the spotlight this week, Cancer. All of this attention may try your nerves, so you may be interested in hiding out somewhere. Later in the week, you will have the chance. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, a discussion with a friend could be significant this week, inspiring you to expand your goals and pursue new dreams with confidence. Be thankful for the newfound inspiration. VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Protect your privacy this week, Virgo. Though nothing serious is on the horizon, now is a good time emphasize safety and security for you and your family. LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Restlessness settles in this week, Libra. You might want to plan a little adventure, whether it is a weekend trip or a night out on the town. The goal is to change the scenery. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, stay on top of bills, paperwork and anything else that helps you to get organized. Once you’re finished catching up, resolve to be more organized going forward. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 You will have to put forth some extra effort this week, Sagittarius. It may feel like others aren’t pulling their weight, but you still need to do what you have to do to get the job done. 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Where angels fear to tread 42. Distance to top (abbr.) 43. Roman poet 44. Hebrew unit = 10 ephahs 46. Tai (var. sp.) 47. Bishop (abbr.) 48. Tropical Asian starlings 49. Performance of an action 51. Animal neck hairs 52. Manufacturers 54. Repeat a poem aloud 55. Consumers of services 57. Supernatural forces 58. Gulp from a bottle 59. Root of taro plant CLUES DOWN 1. Fronts opposite 2. Am. moose 3. Cony 4. Article 5. Manuscript (abbr.) 6. Inches per minute (abbr.) 7. Circle width (abbr.) 8. Entangle 9. Wet or dry eye degeneration 11. Best duck for down 12. Chase away 13. Saying or motto 15. Bird beak 16. 4th US state 20. Cry made by sheep 21. General’s assistant (abbr.) 22. Ball striking club 25. Parkinson’s spokesperson’s initials 26. 12th Greek letter 29. A bang-up quality 30. Unidentified flying object 31. Root mean square (abbr.) 34. Small swimsuits 36. Sacred Hindu syllable 37. Workplace for scientific research 38. Schenectady County Airport 39. Fabric with a corded surface 40. Biblical Sumerian city 41. Composition for nine 42. 3 line Japanese verse 45. Tear down 46. Arrived extinct 48. Former Portuguese seaport in China 49. 1/10 meter (abbr.) 50. Increased in size 51. Sewing repair of a garment 53. ___ Lanka: island country 54. Radioactivity unit 56. Hollywood’s Lone Wolf initials 57. Of I TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, you may find you are focused on your finances this week. It’s a good time to assess spending habits and make some changes for the better. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you may find that luck is on your side this week and you can use this to your advantage. Take some risks you might normally be hesitant to take. Thursday July 25, 2013 more? Visit us on the web at SPORTS: Youth, High School, College, Recreational, Professional Want www.goochlandgazette.com 13 Goochland prepares for third sprint triathlon By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent Goochland is prepping for its third annual triathlon, an event that is quickly becoming a favorite among seasoned athletes and novice runners and bikers. The courthouse will come alive early on the morning of August 10 as athletes from throughout the region converge on Goochland for one of the circuit’s most unique courses. “Goochland is the perfect setting for an event of this type with support from all areas of the county,” said Kevin Reid, this year’s race coordinator with Setup Events. “The run course is a mixture of pavement and grass as [J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College] allows us to use their fields and facility for an exciting and spectatorfriendly two-loop run course,” he added. The race features a 300yard swim at the Y, a 12.5-mile bike race and a 5K run through the courthouse. Cutoff for race registration is August 7. Volunteers are still needed for the all phases of the event. “Volunteers are needed on event day, Aug 10, beginning at 5:15 a.m. for parking and beginning at 5:30 for many other positions including; monitor swim course, bike Photo by Dave Lawrence Daniel Edwards of Midlothian is rocking and rolling during the run portion of the Goochland Sprint Triathlon last year. There is still time to register to either race or volunteer for this year’s installment of the event, which will be held on August 10 at the Goochland YMCA. course, or run course; help monitor athlete flow; help at the finish line; etc.,” Reid said. Anyone interested in helping can contact Reid, kevin@ setupevents.com, or can register through the event website, www.setupevents.com/goochland. Volunteers are an important part of this event, adding to the uniqueness of the Goochland triathlon. “The most unique thing about this event is our volunteers,” Reid said. “At one of our run course aid stations ... voted the best volunteers the last two years ... a team of residents from Virginia Correctional Facility for Women will again be with us.” Reid said the event wouldn’t be possible without all of the community support it receives. “The facility, the staff, and the residents are important to our community ... this is about the community and integrating all of us into an enjoyable morning of sport/exercise,” Reid said. Although the race is only its third year, it is gaining a reputation as one of the circuit’s most fun and fan-friendly events. “This year we have competitors from across the state; Tidewater to the Blue Ridge,” Reid said. “We also have competitors from North Carolina, Maryland, and D.C. We’ve had a participant as young as 8 complete the course and as old as 77 ... experienced and novice competitors alike,” Reid said. And that’s one of the major draws to the Goochland event, the ability to draw competitors from all levels of competition, from the seasoned athlete to the first time participant. “For many this event is their first and/or only triathlon they’ll complete,” Reid said. “Two years ago we had a Paralympic team participate. This year we have a team registered comprised of members of the county board of supervisors and the school board.” Supervisor Manuel Alavarez will head one of those community-based teams, with chairman Ken Peterson joining him. “Ken Peterson and I are planning to enter a team,” Alvarez said last week. “However, School Board Chairman John Wright, who was going to do the swim portion has decided to run the entire triathlon, so we are looking for a swimmer to join us.” Alvarez also noted the significance of the Goochland race and its appeal to many skill levels. “Unlike an Ironman distance triathlon, the Goochland event is a “sprint triathlon” with a 300 yard swim, 12.5 mile bike ride and 5K run, so it is a great introduction to the sport,” he said. “It’s a great event for a first timer and I’m hoping we’ll see a good group of Goochlanders running it again.” Other Goochland public figures are planning to complete the event including Sheriff Jim Agnew, Superintendent James Lane and assistant superintendent Peter Getz. Adding to the community importance is the charitable aspect of the event. “The proceeds from the Triathlon benefit the Goochland Y and the Free Clinic, so participating is not just good for our health, it also helps the greater community,” Alvarez said. Reid realizes the importance of the causes benefited by the race. “This event was started to benefit our charity partners; the March of Dimes NICU Family Support Program, the Goochland Free Clinic, and the Goochland YMCA Bright Beginnings Program,” Reid said. Reid has daughters who spent five weeks in a newborn intensive care unit and knows the importance of the care they provide to newborns. “My daughters spent five weeks in the NICU, and without the support of the MOD NICU program, I don’t know that my wife and I would have come through it as well adjusted as we did,” Reid said. Reid hopes it will be a fun, rewarding day for participants, volunteers and spectators. “We want this to be a great experience for everyone,” Reid said. “The more people who can enjoy the event the better.” Dixie boys’ teams still in state title hunt Staff Reports firstname.lastname@example.org Benedictine grad gets top UR baseball job Staff Reports email@example.com Rain has interrupted, but not stopped Goochland’s Dixie Boys in their quest for the Dixie 13-14 year-old state baseball tournament at the Mason Day Complex in South Boston. Goochland, the East Region champion, defeated West Region runner-up Pulaski 234 Friday and knocked off East Region runner-up Buckingham 10-1 Saturday. Goochland faced Buckingham again the final of the double-elimination tournament on Tuesday night. A victory gives Goochland the title. A loss would trigger a rematch Wednesday for the state title. The winner advances to the World Series in Seneca, S.C. Goochland’s 11-12 Majors team remains undefeated in its tournament. Goochland defeated Dinwiddie 3-2 Sunday and Prince Edward Farmville 10-5 Monday night. Tracy Woodson has been named head baseball coach at the University of Richmond, the university announced Monday. Woodson, a Benedictine graduate, has been head coach at Valparaiso University since 2006. He succeeds Mark McQueen, who resigned in the aftermath of an altercation with a player last spring. Woodson, 50, spent 13 years as a professional baseball player and was a member of the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 1988 World Series champi- onship team. He spent seven years as a minor league manager before taking over at Valparaiso. “My goal is to get the program back to where it was when Richmond was winning conference championships,” Woodson said in a statement. 12 Thursday July 25, 2013 more? Visit us on the web at SPORTS: Youth, High School, College, Recreational, Professional Want www.goochlandgazette.com Goochland’s Dixie Debs tournament run ends By Dave Lawrence firstname.lastname@example.org Goochland’s Dixie Debs could not hold undefeated Dinwiddie off forever. Dinwiddie’s explosive offense erupted for five runs in the seventh inning to knock Goochland out of the Dixie Debs state softball tournament with a 8-1 victory Monday night at Hidden Rock Park. Dinwiddie led throughout the game, but Goochland stayed within striking distance until the seventh. “One bad inning is pretty much what happened out there,” said Goochland coach Todd Pratt. “The girls played hard all tournament long. It was a tough loss. They did a real good job. I’m proud of them.” While Dinwiddie’s offense was potent, Goochland struggled against Dinwiddie’s threepitcher rotation. Dinwiddie threw its starter for three innings, put in a reliever for the next two, and then a closer for the final two. Goochland batters could never find a groove against them. “Every time you change Photo by Dave Lawrence Goochland’s Cherish Sims lays down a bunt against Crewe-Burkeville in the Dixie Ponytails state championship game at Hidden Rock Park last Wednesday, July 17. Ponytails fall in title game By Dave Lawrence Burkville struck for four email@example.com Photo by Dave Lawrence Michaela Kondrotas slides safely home in the fourth inning of Goochland’s 14-5 defeat of Piedmont in the Dixie Debs state softball tournament at Hidden Rock Park Saturday. pitchers, you have to adjust a little bit,” Pratt said. “One of those girls throws 64 miles an hour. We were the only team that got hits off of her. I’m proud of that.” Dinwiddie rotates its pitchers in an effort to “They’re only allowed so many pitchers for the tournament,” said Dinwiddie’s coach. “I was looking at that, and looking at the future for what we had after that.” Dinwiddie struck first, scoring a run in the first inning when Christina Lipford drew a leadoff walk. She scored on back-to-back singles by Lauren Fleming and Taylor Thorpe. Goochland tied it in the fourth when Abbey Ramsbottom reached on an error and scored one out later on a single by Sidney Pratt. But Dinwiddie added runs in the fifth and sixth innings to take the lead. In the seventh, Dinwiddie took advantage of five hits and three Goochland errors to put the game away. At one point, Pratt walked out to talk to the team. “I told them to calm down and have fun,” Pratt said. Goochland’s Caitlyn Robinson was just a step short of first base for the final out of the Ponytails’ game against Crewe-Burkeville in the Dixie 13-14 state softball final at Hidden Rock Park last Wednesday night. And the Ponytails ended up a step short of advancing to the Dixie World Series in Alexandria, La., falling to Crewe-Burkeville 4-2 in the tournament final. Goochland took an early lead, scoring two runs in the first inning, but Crewe- runs in the third inning. “We played hard. We just had one bad inning there and didn’t get a lot of hits,” said Goochland coach Jeff Roby. “I’m proud of the girls. I give Crewe-Burkeville credit.” Goochland, CreweBurkeville, and Montgomery had a three-way tie heading into the final games. CreweBurkeville had the night off while Goochland eliminated Montgomery. “We came in here fresh,” said Crewe-Burkeville coach Brittany Jones. Benedictine assistant promoted to top basketball post By Eric Kolenich Richmond Times-Dispatch Benedictine named Ryan Marable its new basketball coach on Thursday. Marable, an assistant at the all-male military school the past two years, takes over for Robert Churchwell III, who recently took the coaching job at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Maryland. Marable, a graduate of Blessed Sacrament Huguenot, played basketball at Longwood University from 2001-04. He’s a teacher at Tomahawk Creek Middle in Chesterfield County, where he will continue to work while coaching for the Cadets. Drew Catlett, a former R a n d olphMarable Macon basketball player, was the other finalist for the position. During Marable’s tenure at Benedictine, the Cadets have won 60 games. They won the Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division I state title in 2013. “But we can be better,” Marable said. The team has never won the Alhambra Catholic Invitational Tournament, a competitive postseason competition for elite private schools. Winning it is one of Marable’s goals. “I just want to keep hanging banners,” he said. Benedictine also got a new athletics director this summer, Ryan Hall. Among Hall’s first tasks was to find a new basketball coach. He said he wanted a coach who was “passionate, energetic, knows the program and someone that knows and acts on the overall mission of BCP.” Before arriving at Benedictine, Marable, 31, was an assistant for one year at L.C. Bird, when the Skyhawks advanced to the state title game, and for one year at Cosby. Marable’s promotion comes as the school navigates itself through a time of transition. The school recently moved out of its Sheppard Street campus in the city and will open at the Abbey in Goochland County this fall. Marable said he expects the basketball team to play on Sheppard Street for the next three seasons while money is raised to build a gym in Goochland. “Hopefully, the team that we put on the court gets people excited about the next era in Benedictine basketball,” Marable said. Four major players graduated from Benedictine’s state title team: point guard Nick Coppola, center Nick Gorski, wing Charles Gill and forward Khris Lane. Returning to the squad are Robert Johnson and Raymon Minor. At least three players are expected to transfer to Benedictine this year: C.J. Wiggins of Highland Springs, Jackson White of Steward and Reid Jacoby of Amelia Academy. 14 Thursday July 25, 2013 5:30 Redskins 8 News TV LISTINGS: Find Local TV Shows and Movie Schedules © Zap2it Want more? 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Ware honored for conservation efforts Lawmaker recognized for battleﬁeld preservation throughout Virginia Contributed Report Submitted photo Del. Lee Ware, left, R-65, is shown with Jeff Painter, executive director of the Virginia League of Conservation Voters. The Board of Directors of the Virginia League of Conservation Voters recently honored Del. Lee Ware (R-65) for his efforts to preserve Virginia’s historic battlefields, farmland and open space. “From Winchester to Yorktown – and everywhere between – Virginians are proud of the work being done to conserve our historic battlefields and 5:30 Redskins 8 News News Judge Judy open spaces,” said executive director Jeff Painter. “Del. Ware deserves the appreciation of all Virginians for the progress his 2013 legislation accomplished on behalf of land preservation in the Commonwealth.” Ware introduced legislation this year to set the yearly cap for the Land Preservation Tax Credit Program at $100 million. House Bill 1398 will annually transfer any unused tax credits to © Zap2it the major grant programs that buy conservation easements and land when donations are not affordable: 80 percent to the Virginia Land Conservation Fund, 10 percent to the Civil War Site Preservation Fund and 10 percent to the Virginia Farmland Preservation Fund. For the past 13 years, the Land Preservation Tax Credit Program has been a crucial incentive for land conservation, helping to permanent9 PM World Series ly protect more than 619,000 acres of working farms, forests, watersheds and historic sites across the Commonwealth. The Virginia League of Conservation Voters is the statewide nonpartisan political voice of Virginia’s conservation community, and dedicated to promoting natural resource conservation, clean air and water, balanced growth and clean and renewable energy. 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Å Return to Lonesome Dove Woodrow Call heads to Montana. ’ (Part 1 of 2) Å (:45) ›› Won’t Back Down (2012) Maggie Gyllenhaal. ’ ‘PG’ The Newsroom Å (7:50) ››› Ocean’s Twelve (2004) ‘PG-13’ Å (0) - Adelphia Communications (0) - Comcast ›› Rumor Has It... (2005) Jennifer Aniston. Å ››› Smokey and the Bandit True Blood ’ Å Strike Back ’ Å Real Time W/ Bill Maher (:45) ››› Prometheus (2012) Noomi Rapace. ’ ‘R’ Å Strike Back (:40) Banshee ’ Å Thursday July 25, 2013 CLASSIFIEDS: Call (804) 746-1235 x 3 to place an ad. PLACE YOUR AD TODAY Want more? Visit us on the web at www.goochlandgazette.com 17 CLASSIFIEDS BUILDIING & CONTRACTING FENCING (804) 746-1235 ext. 3 HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. Cash on the spot. No title needed. Same day pickup, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free towing. Lic. salvage dealer & vehicle remover. 804-247-5263 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities! FAX: (804) 730-0476 or classiﬁeds@goochlandgazette.com Homes for Sale GOOCHLAND: AREA 24 Fully renovated open plan rancher with 5 BR and 3B in sought after Manakin Farms, Florida room, new HVAC, in ground pool, sprinkler system and more. Priced to sell at $389,500. Please call John Smart ( owner, agent, broker) 804 370 3089. Old Roxbury Construction, Inc. Building/Remodeling, Additions/Garages/Siding Decks/Windows. Lic. & Ins. Free Est. Call Ronnie, 804-252-9906, firstname.lastname@example.org Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities! **Fence Scapes** All Custom & Pasture Fences www.fencescapesllc.com Lic/Ins. Free Estimates. 804-559-8797 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities! INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE Residential for Rent ∫ HOUSES UNFURNISHED 3-bedroom, 2-bath rancher, 1700 sq, feet. private setting on 5 acres. 30-minutes to Charlottesville 35-minutes to Short Pump. $900/month & $500/deposit required at move-in. Accepting applications, please call 804-385-9606. Fixed Maintenance Vulcan Materials Company is the nation’s leading producer of construction aggregates. We currently have an opportunity available for a Fixed Maintenance position at our Royal Stone Quarry in Rockville, VA. The Fixed Maintenance position requires the candidate to service all plant equipment, including welding. Perform oil, lube and ﬁlter service on all assigned equipment as directed. Provide assistance in equipment inspections and identify conditions (wear, alignment, function, etc.) and monitor performance as directed. Report plant and/or equipment conditions to appropriate personnel as required. Candidates will be required and expected to Inspect, diagnose and, under supervision, perform repair and maintenance of plant equipment. Operates equipment as necessary to perform service requirements. Repairs crushing, screening and conveying equipment with assistance. Installs and replaces bearings, speed reducers, shaft, pulleys, couplings, sheaves, belts, etc. Repairs water pumps and other miscellaneous equipment. Perform routine preventative maintenance such as lubricating, and failure analysis. Follows VMC lube manual and guidelines and equipment service manuals. Performs welding and cutting tasks. Under supervision, lays out repair jobs from blueprints and fabricates structural components from instructions. Welds material in ﬂat or vertical positions once having determined weld type and rod selection. Make adjustments to welding machine as required. Cuts material using acetylene/oxygen cutting torch to ﬁt fabrication. Performs repair and maintenance tasks. Maintains good housekeeping practices in plant, tool and parts house, shop areas and welding truck. Maintains proper tool inventory for speciﬁed jobs. Comply with all Safety, Health, Environmental and other Company policies, procedures and requirements The description is not all inclusive of the duties that are performed and expected for this position. Candidate may be assigned to duties other than those outlined above as the work environment and essential functions of the job change. High School Degree is required and 2 to 3 years experience is preferred. Candidates must be willing to learn from others and follow directions, able to make appropriate decisions, dependable, conscientious and show initiative, willing to adhere to rules and regulations, performs duties safely, responsibly and proﬁciently. Uses time efﬁciently and ensure job duties, issues and concerns are handled in a timely, appropriate manner. Must have the ability to work independently and problem-solve while working alone Ready Mix Driver Vulcan Materials Company provides infrastructure materials that are required by the American economy.Vulcan is the nation’s largest producer of construction aggregates, a major producer of the other construction materials including asphalt and ready-mixed concrete. We currently have an opportunity available for seven Ready Mix Drivers in the Greater Richmond area and Newport News, VA The Ready Mix Driver position requires the candidate to provide exemplary customer service by safely and efﬁciently transporting ready mix concrete products from batch plants to customer job sites and unloading per customer speciﬁcations. They will be expected to: maintain proper slump (water content) of ready mix concrete; inspect, service, and cleans concrete mixer truck; communicate with Dispatcher to receive instructions; position truck under batch plant in order to be loaded by Batch Plant Operator; receive written or printed delivery ticket and follow instructions as directed; safely drives loaded truck to destination on delivery ticket and inspects job site upon arrival; and works with customers to obtain adequate vehicle access and unloads material. Must be willing to work a rotating schedule with varying shifts and must be punctual in adhering to established start times. Comply with all Safety, Health, Environmental and other Company policies, procedures and requirements The description is not all inclusive of the duties that are performed and expected for this position. Candidate may be assigned to duties other than those outlined above as the work environment and essential functions of the job change. High School Degree, valid Class “A” or Class “B” Commercial driver’s license and 2 years of experience as a Ready Mix Driver is required. Driving record must not contain convictions of any of the disqualifying offenses as set forth in 383.51 of the Federal Motor Carrier Regulations with the previous 7 years. Our Industry-leading beneﬁts package includes: • Comprehensive Medical/Dental/Life • Disability Plan • 401(k) & Proﬁt Sharing Retirement Plan • Flexible spending accounts • Opportunities for advancement To apply go to Homes for Sale HOMES FOR SALE 15547 Mountain Road Welcome Home to this charming Circa 1900 Farmhouse w/white picket fence on 3 acres in beautiful Montpelier! Featuring 6 ft. wide front porch and covered lg rear deck! Huge rooms, lovely mantles and hdwd floors over 3,700 sq feet. visit: www.benitanorman.com for photos and add’l information. Call Benita w/Warrior Realty of VA for a private viewing (804)339-6529. Business & Service Directory AC & HEATING Heat your entire home, water and more with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Ellis Contracting Inc. 804-366-9536 804-288-4747 Sales • Service • Installation • 20 Years Experience www.westendheatingandair.com West End Heating and Air ASPHALT COATINGS ASPHALT - and concrete pot hole repairs. Business & residential. Driveways/sidewalks/ patios. Fully insured Class A contractor. 804-275-6879. C.S. Lewis & Son LLC www.vulcanmaterials.com and click on 33044446-01 the employment section to apply on-line. Please call 804. 751. 2662 with any questions. Afﬁrmative Action/EOE 18 LANDSCAPE & GARDENING Thursday July 25, 2013 CLASSIFIEDS: Call (804) 746-1235 x 3 to place an ad. INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE Due to the high volume of work Precision Body Works is looking for qualified Body Technicians at our Richmond location. Benefits include full health and dental, paid vacation and air conditioned facility. 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Chris the Gardener, 804-938-0752 or firstname.lastname@example.org DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Goochland County Planning and Zoning THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN THE BOARD MEETING ROOM IN THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 1800 SANDY HOOK ROAD, GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 2013 ON THE FOLLOWING: Scheduled to begin at 7:00 p.m. District 4 RZ-2013-00003 Application ﬁled Atack Properties ME Tech Park Partners, LLC requesting zoning reclassiﬁcation from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) to RPUD (Residential, Plan Unit Development) for approximately 59.3 acres. The property is located on Hockett Road on Assessor’s Parcel No. 58-1-0-93-0 (GPIN 7726-14-9484) on east side of Hockett Road just south of The Parke at Centerville in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to develop a 100 lot single-family subdivision. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Residential, Maximum 2.5 units/acre. District 1 CU-2013-00010 Application ﬁled by Thomas & Cynthia Cebro requesting a Conditional Use Permit for Assessor’s Parcel No. 26-1-065B (GPIN 6719-14-2840) for an auto repair shop located at 2542 Davis Mill Road approximately 800 feet from the intersection of Hadensville-Fife Road and Davis Mill Road in the Byrd Magisterial District. The applicant plans to convert the three car garage into an auto repair service. The property is zoned A-1 (Agricultural, General). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 2, Section 3.27 of the Goochland Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement area. District 4 CU-2013-00009 Application ﬁled by National Communication Tower, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct a communication tower up to 199’ in height located on Triple Estate Ln. off of Sheppard Town Rd. on Assessor’s Parcel 44-6-0-1-0 (GPIN 6787-52-3287). The property is zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). The CUP is required by Article 3, Section 3.30 of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. Anyone may attend and express opinion on the above. A copy of any of the items scheduled for public hearing may be viewed at the County Administration Building, Department of Community Development, Planning and Zoning Ofﬁce, each business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)). E-mail address: email@example.com. va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us LAWN SERVICES Brooks Davis Lawn & Landscaping, LLC Mowing, Mulching, Leaf & Tree Removal, Aerating, Seeding, Fertilizing, and More! Fully Insured. Email BDavisLandL@aol.com or 804-356-0223 GENERAL EMPLOYMENT Seeking Dog Lovers - Part Time Kennel Attendant wanted in Centreville. Dependanble individual with own transportation. Some weekday and every other weekend a must. Flexibility a plus. Can start immediatley. Call 784-5045, and ask for Annette or Jennifer. POWER WASHING Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150 TREE SERVICE 1 Call For All Your Tree Needs L & J Tree Service, LLC. Stump Removal, 24 hr. Emergency Service Free Est. Fully Ins. Call 229-2694 Great Dane Tree Service LLC. Trimming, Topping & Removal. Minutes from Goochland Call 540-872-2600 Help Needed for homebound elderly lady in Rockville / Centerville area. Please call 540-223-5060 (anytime) or 804-749-3484 (between 3 & 6 pm only). Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND Announcements YARD & ESTATE SALES YARD SALE - FREE to $5. 5340 Old Columbia Road, Goochland, 23063. Saturday, July 27th, 8am-12noon. HOME TO HORSE!! HUGH ELLIOTT DUVALL and DORA PATRICIA DUVALL, Plaintiff v. Case No. CL13-79 Merchandise MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-218-0680. Land Pride 3 Point Hitch - PTO 5 ft, finish mower, $899; Briggs & Stratton 5 HP, 4-Cycle Outboard Motor , Like New. Between 5 to 10 hours. $500, OBO. Call 804-598-7050 or 804-240-6740 J. J. DUVAL, M. F. DUVAL, W. M. DUVAL, ISAAC T. DUVAL, JOHN H. DUVAL, ANNIE DUVAL, ROSA JACKSON, WALTER S. JACKSON, JANE DUVAL, T.F. DUVAL, ANNIE DUVAL, LAURA FARRAR, DOCTOR FARRAR, CARRIE EDWARDS, EUGENE EDWARDS, HENRIETTA WATSON, A/K/A HARRIET DUVAL, ISSAC T. DUVALL, JR., C. M. DUVAL, ALICE DUVAL, MARY LUCY TATE, GILBERT TATE, REBECCA DUVAL, JOSHUA DUVAL AND LUCY DUVAL, IF LIVING, OR THEIR UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, CREDITORS AND SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST IF ANY OF THEM ARE DECEASED, MADE PARTIES HERE TO BY THE DESIGNATION "PARTIES UNKNOWN," WHOSE NAMES AS "DUVAL" ARE SOMETIMES SPELLED "DUVALL," Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to quiet title to and establish title in the Plaintiffs to a certain 17 1/2 +/acre parcel of land in Byrd District, Goochland County, VA., designated on the Goochland County Tax Map as Tax Map Parcel No. 5-1-0-52-0 and located at the southern terminus of Coleman Road (the "Property"). An affidavit having been made and signed that the names and whereabouts of the said Defendants and their heirs, devisees, creditors and successors in interest are unknown, it is hereby ORDERED, that each of said parties appear on or before August 27, 2013, and do whatever is necessary to protect their interest in said land. ENTERED: 06/21/2013 3041548-01 Recruitment RESTAURANT & FOOD SERVICE Essene Home, located in Powhatan, is seeking a part time Cook. Call 804-598-5415 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities! I ASK FOR THIS: Darvin E. Satterwhite, p.q. Timothy K. 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