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April 11, 2012

Vol. 2, No. 4

A record stock of sticks Cumberland man’s collection of walking sticks may land him in the famed Guinness Book By Emily Darrell


illy Sutton isn’t the tallest man in the world, nor is he the shortest. He hasn’t run the fastest mile, grown the longest beard, or traveled the greatest distance with a pool cue balanced on his chin. (That honor, for your information, belongs to New York’s Ashrita Furman, who set the record at 1,668 meters.) But Sutton says he expects a call from Guinness World Records any day now, telling him he’s been granted the recognition he deserves. So what does Mr. Sutton have that you and I don’t? A collection of 932 walking sticks. Sutton, 73, and a lifelong Billy Sutton’s collection of 932 walking sticks, gathered from around the world, was described as “magnificent” by one woman who saw it. Photo by Emily Darrell


 COMMUNITY: Library hosting Snapshot Day. P13  CALENDAR: Catch up on happenings in your community. P3

Sports Spotlight: Dukes take on Bulldogs of Goochland. See page 10.

Residents ready for upcoming Patriot Day celebration. See page 5. Cumberland students grab hammers to build house for school project. See page 8.

 SCHOOLS: Farm Bureau offering help for county students. P6  EDITORIAL: Wishing for a green thumb. P2


Spring means new life – and a fresh embrace of the garden always the perfect time to celebrate new life—and the small patch of Earth I call home is awash in color: dove-white blossoms fleck the dogwood trees, and the hot pink flash of color bursting forth from my azaleas never fails to catch my eye whenever I happen past the kitchen window. The rose bush we planted years ago, now almost twice as hen you tall as I am, has not offered anything yet—but those get right up blooms are surely right down to it, is there around the corner. I realize that, judging anything more from what I just wrote, you pleasing to the might suppose that I have something of a green thumb. spirit than seeSadly, you would be wrong. ing the first green It’s not that I don’t love plants and flowers; I simply leaves of spring have never had much luck unfurl? with any plant that requires As I write this column, even a modicum of TLC. it is the day before Easter— The dogwoods and azaleas


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were there when we moved in to the house and have done just fine without any intervention from me. The rose bush? Let’s just say the Lord must be looking out for that one. The one I planted right next to it, oddly, withered away within weeks, as have countless other shrubs, herbs and flowering plants. (I had some luck with a patch of mint once—and was feeling good about it— until a true gardener mentioned to me that planting a seed and growing mint was akin to falling out of a boat and hitting water.) Fortunately, what I lack in gardening ability I have been known to make up for in unshakable enthusiasm. Case in point: The trail of lifeless plants I’ve left in my wake over the years has done little to deter me from decid-

ing that this, this, will be the year that I finally manage to triumph over my naturally black thumb. After consulting with a garden-savvy friend (everything he touches blooms) I have decided that this is the year I will learn to grow vegetables. I am starting small— just a few tomato plants, some peppers and some squash—but already dreaming big. I have already begun imagining all the things I can grow—and eventually eat—if this works out. I am getting ahead of myself, of course. To twist an old adage a bit, I probably shouldn’t count my peppers before they sprout. But, as I said, there is just something about spring that brings to mind new life— maybe even a newspaper editor reborn as a gardener.


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“It’s really a magnificent collection. He’s got a story behind every one of them, I think.” Cumberland Commissioner of Revenue Anita French, on Billy Sutton’s record-setting collection of walking sticks. see Sticks > 2 resident of Cartersville, has walking sticks whittled out of wood, wrought in silver, and carved from ivory. One has a top that can be unscrewed and doubles as flask. Another contains a sword. Some of the walking sticks, or canes – call them what you will; he has no preference – Sutton fashioned himself. Others he picked up at yard sales or flea markets. Sutton began his collection about 25 years ago, when a man whose home he was working on – Sutton once ran a painting business – gave him his first cane. “He said he didn’t have no use for it, and I liked it, so he gave it to me,” Sutton says. When the collection grew too large to keep in the house, he moved it into a specially designed outbuilding, next to the garage. Though Sutton says the appearance of a cane isn’t nearly as important as whether or not it “feels good in your hand,” the visual impact of his collection is striking. Themes include African art, sailors, dragons, Jesus, Santa Claus, snakes, the US Presidents, and villages in Germany. (Many of Sutton’s canes are adorned with bits

of German memorabilia. His wife is from Germany and he was stationed there with the 82nd Airborne Division in the early 60’s.) “It’s certainly unusual,” Anita French, Cumberland’s Commissioner of Revenue, says of Sutton’s collection. French, along with Cumberland’s Sheriff, Darrell Hodges, and Bill Osl, former Chairman of the Board of Supervisors, were entrusted with the task some months ago of counting Sutton’s walking sticks in order to verify for Guinness that he does, in fact, have the number he claims to have. Though Sutton knows of a man in Canada who has 600-and-some-odd canes – all wooden – he believes he possesses more than anyone on Earth. “It’s really a magnificent collection,” French says. “He’s got a story behind every one of them, I think.” You can ask Sutton what his wife thinks of his collection and he’ll tell you: “She can take it or leave it.” But ask him if he ever walks with a cane and he might look at you funny and shake his head. “No,” he’ll say with a little laugh, like you just asked him something kind of strange. “Not yet.” “I hope not,” he’ll add.

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7:00pm. The speaker will be Frank Flannigan and his topic will be spring lawn care. Frank is the superintendent of Belmont Golf Course and is currently president of the Virginia Turf Grass Council. This meeting is open to persons in the community who are interested in lawn care. Please note the date and meeting site changes!

 WW2 Veteran’s Meeting. “There was no bridge too far” was the motto of the 291st Engineer Combat Battalion. They built and blew up vital bridges, stood its ground against the Panzers in the Battle of the Bulge and provided critical access across rivers and fought as infantrymen when needed. Paul Spraker FRIDAY, APRIL 13 accidently found the murdered victims of Malmedy  April 13th-14th The Friends and lost his helmet on the of the Cumberland County first morning of the capture Public Library will hold their of the Remagen Bridge. Spring Book Sale beginThe World War 11 Round ning on Friday, April 13th. Table of Central Virginia Stop by and load up on welcomes Paul as interview some great deals on some guest on the Wednesday, great books and movies. April 11 meeting open to Donations are currently the public beginning at 7:00 being accepted. Please PM at 2480 Batterson Road call 804-492-5807 for more in Father Val Hall of St. information. John Neumann Catholic Skinquarter Farm Market Church with social followopen daily from 9:00a. ing. For more information, m. until 7:00p.m starting visit March 16th. Locally grown produce, flowers, jam and  Murphy’s PAWS. Murphy jellies and more. 20800 Hull the Reading Dog visits Street Road, Moseley, VA. the Library at 11:00am to (1/2 mile west of Skinquarlend a friendly paw & ear ter Road) for Preschool Story Time, led by Murphy’s “mom,” Marjorie Robison. Cumber- SATURDAY, APRIL 14 land County Public Library  You are invited to join the Children’s Area 804-492Goochland Powhatan 5807 Master Gardeners on an informative and free Tour of THURSDAY, APRIL 12 Wildflowers in Powhatan’s Fighting Creek Park on  Rotary Club of Farmville Saturday April 14 at 10:00a. Meeting at 12:00pm at m. The walk will begin at Charley’s at 201 B-Mill the large picnic pavilion Street, Farmville, VA. across from the athletic field at 2105 Mann Road,  Diabetes Support and Powhatan and should last Education Group, April about one hour. 12, 2012 from 7:00pm until 8:30pm at the Centra Southside Community Hos-  Bear Creek Lake State Park Archery Workshop – April pital, First Floor conference 14, 1:33pm to 2:30pm at room. Special guest: Susan the Archery range. Did you Harwood from the YMCA ever wonder how a bow and arrow works? Come to  Powhatan Garden Club will this beginner level archery meet at Blessed Sacraworkshop and find out! ment Huguenot School, After a brief introduction 2501 Academy Road on to recurve and compound Thursday, April 12, 2012 at

bows, and target shooting technique and safety we will take our best shots. All equipment provided, Ages 8 years and up. There is a $ 5.00 per person fee for this program, Family and group rates are available. Please pre-register with the Park office. Call 804-4924410 for more information or contact bearcreek@dcr.  Bear Creek Lake State Park Camp Fire – Saturday April 14, 2012 at the Campground “A” shelter from 6:30pm until 7:30pm. Spring brings many changes to the Virginia Piedmont region, so there is a lot to talk about! At these campfires you will get information on the park and its environs. Who or what is returning after winter seclusion? And you might have your own stories to share or questions to ask a ranger. A great way to welcome a new season outdoors! For more information contact 804-4924410 or bearcreek@dcr.

Decisions Day (NHDD). As a participating organization, Centra SCH is providing information and tools for the public to talk about their wishes with family, friends and healthcare providers, and execute written advance directives (healthcare power of attorney and living will) in accordance with Virginia state laws. Specifically, Centra SCH is welcoming the public to visit the lobby on April 16, from 1-3 p.m., with free information about advance care planning and advance directive forms. We encourage the people of our community to have these important thoughtful conversations and make their healthcare decisions known. By doing so, healthcare workers and family will be better able to honor patient wishes in the event that a patient cannot communicate.

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TUESDAY, APRIL 17  H.O.P.E. – Helping Others Prepare for Eternity is a Ladies Group that meets every third Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm in the Fellowship Hall at Cartersville Baptist Church. All women are invited to join us. H.O.P.E encourages Christian development of ladies in our church and community through missions, spiritual outreach, community involvement, and Christian fellowship. We take our name to heart and work hard to do God’s will on many levels,

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18  Murphy’s PAWS. Murphy the Reading Dog visits the Library at 11:00am to lend a friendly paw & ear for Preschool Story Time, led by Murphy’s “mom,” Marjorie Robison. Cumberland County Public Library Children’s Area 804-4925807

THURSDAY, APRIL 19  Rotary Club of Farmville Meeting at 12:00pm at Charley’s at 201 B-Mill Street, Farmville, VA.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 20  55 Alive – Defensive Driving Refresher Course for Seniors. Friday, April 20, 2012 from 9:00a.m until 4:30p. m at Graceland Baptist Church 975 Dorset Road, Powhatan. Call Lou Gregory at 598-4434 to reserve your space. Sponsored by TEL Class at Graceland Baptist Church and Powhatan Women’s club in conjunction with AARP.

SATURDAY, APRIL 21  “Garden Plant and Seed Swap” at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 1957 Capeway Road, Powhatan, VA on April 21, 2012 from 11:00a. m. until 1:00p.m. Bring your garden and flower seeds, cuttings, starts or plants and swap them with others! You can bring garden tools and supplies as well. There will be barbecue sandwiches and sides. Speakers will be there to provide gardening information. This is a swap only, no money may exchange hands on Church property. For more information please contact Nathan Zobell at nzobell@yahoo. com or Michael Cannon at

22, 2012 from 2pm – 4pm at Michaux-St. James Foundation. Community Center, 4097 Old River Trail, Powhatan. Bedding Plants, Herbs, Boxwood, House plants and more!  Powhatan Earth Day Celebration at the Courthouse Square on Sunday, April 22 from 12:30pm until 3:30pm. Children’s Activities, Live Music and Food, Historic Garden Tours, Environmentally-Friendly Exhibitors, Poster Contest Winners, and more! For more information contact the Extension Office at 598-5640. Hosted by Powhatan Earth Day Coalition  Celebrate Earth Day at Bear Creek Lake by planting a tree on Sunday, April 22, 2012 from 10:00am until 12:00pm at the Bear Creek Lake beach area. One tree will be planted next to another that was planted on Earth Day 1990. Be in the “Planting for our Future” group photo! Call 804-4924410 for more information or contact bearcreek@dcr.

TUESDAY, APRIL 24  BINGO at the Powhatan Moose Lodge every Tuesday. Games start at 7 p.m. For information call 598-2809.


 “Christian Motorcyclists Association Powhatan”  Murphy’s PAWS. Murphy chapter LIVING WHEELS the Reading Dog visits meets the third Saturday the Library at 11:00am to of each month at 6:00 p.m. lend a friendly paw & ear You are invited to join us at for Preschool Story Time, Company 1 Fire station, Old led by Murphy’s “mom,” Buckingham Rd. and Mann Marjorie Robison. CumberRd. Come find out what land County Public Library we’re doing, and where our Children’s Area 804-492next ride or event will be. 5807 For more information call 598-1834 or 357-6730 or  Prepare for a Confer512-8835 ence, Trade Show or Expo – Free Seminar for small SUNDAY, APRIL 22 businesses hosted by the Longwood Small Busi PLANT SALE! Sunday, April ness Development Center.


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Wednesday April 25, 2012 at the Farmville-Prince Edward Community Library. The seminar will begin at 10:00am and conclude at 12:00pm. There is no charge to attend but preregistration is required. Call (434) 395-2086 or email to register. Topics include choosing the right event to attend, setting a budget, setting goals and objectives for the event, choosing a theme for the booth or display, building the display and much more.

register online at http:// runpowhatan.wordpress. com or by mail. Registration forms are available at all Powhatan Co. Schools, BSH and Powhatan YMCA. Registration begins at 7:00 AM. The start and finish will be at Powhatan Court House. The 5K begins at 8:00AM and the Mile Run begins at 8:50AM. The Kids Fest will run from 8:00AM to 11:00AM. For more information please contact Rick Cole at 794-3293 or Rick. or Dept of Parks & Recs 598-1034

THURSDAY, APRIL 26  Rotary Club of Farmville Meeting at 12:00pm at Charley’s at 201 B-Mill Street, Farmville, VA.  Virginia Blood Services Blood Drive, Thursday April 26 from 1:00pm until 5:00pm at Centra Southside Community Hospital, 800 Oak Street, Farmville in the First floor conference room.

SATURDAY, APRIL 28  The Powhatan Kids Fest and Run4Life on Saturday April28th from 8:00a.m until 11:00 a.m. The event is a collaborative effort of the Powhatan Co. Schools Health Advisory Committee, PCPS Health and Physical Education teachers, Powhatan Co. Dept. of Parks, Powhatan Co. Library and Blessed Sacrament Huguenot. This event to promote wellness and healthy living is a choice of either a 5K or 1 Mile run and is open to anyone in Grades Kindergarten and up. There are age brackets for the race and prizes that will be awarded. T-shirts are available for purchase and $2 of each entry fee goes to support EpiPens for all school Clinics. There is a price break if your registration is received before April 23rd. You can

 The Belize Mission Team of Powhatan Community Church (PCC) will sponsor their first Annual Spring Extravaganza on Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 9:00 A.M until 4:00 P.M. at Powhatan Community Church (PCC), 4480 Anderson Highway, Powhatan, VA 23139. Admission is $1.00 for ages 12 and up. For additional information or to reserve a booth please call or email Kathy Dickson at 804-598-7720, or Carolyn Mayo at 804-598-7169,  The Cornerstone Baptist Church Lavinia Sims Scholarship Committee will be sponsoring the Chestnut Grove Men’s Choir from Wilmington, North Carolina in a Musical Service on Saturday April 28 2012 at 3:00 p.m. at the Cornerstone Baptist Church, 18 Horsepen Road Farmville VA 23901. The Church is located in Cumberland County. Please come and receive a Blessing through Songs and also support the Scholarship Fund. It is good when Brethren can Dwell together and Praise God in all His Glory.

TUESDAY, MAY 1  BINGO at the Powhatan Moose Lodge every

Tuesday. Games start at 7 p.m. For information call 598-2809.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2  Murphy’s PAWS. Murphy the Reading Dog visits the Library at 11:00am to lend a friendly paw & ear for Preschool Story Time, led by Murphy’s “mom,” Marjorie Robison. Cumberland County Public Library Children’s Area 804-4925807

THURSDAY, MAY 3  Rotary Club of Farmville Meeting at 12:00pm at Charley’s at 201 B-Mill Street, Farmville, VA.

SATURDAY, MAY 5  Bear Creek Lake State Park Wildflower Symposium. Saturday, May 5th from 9:00am until 4:00pm at the Bear Creek Hall. When the Lady’s slippers bloom, it’s time for the Wildflower Symposium. For more information call 804-492-4410 or contact bearcreek@dcr.

TUESDAY, MAY 8  BINGO at the Powhatan Moose Lodge every Tuesday. Games start at 7 p.m. For information call 598-2809.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 9  Murphy’s PAWS. Murphy the Reading Dog visits the Library at 11:00am to lend a friendly paw & ear for Preschool Story Time, led by Murphy’s “mom,” Marjorie Robison. Cumberland County Public Library Children’s Area 804-4925807  WW2 Veteran’s Meeting. Second Wednesday of each month at St. John Neumann Catholic Church. All meetings are open to the public beginning at 7:00

PM at Father Val Hall of St. John Neumann Catholic Church located 2480 Batterson Road, Powhatan (behind Flat Rock Shopping Center) and conclude with a social. For more information visit www.ww2rtcva. com.

THURSDAY, MAY 17 – SATURDAY, MAY 19  Central Virginia Family Bluegrass Music Festival May 17, 18 and19, 2012 at the Amelia Family Campgrounds, Amelia, VA. Celebrating 33 years of Bluegrass Music. Our festival is an event for bluegrass lovers, pickers and their families. We have a big shaded camping and concert area by the lake. For more information and ticket rates please contact John & Ferne Hutchinson at (804)561-3011 or  VOLUNTEERS OPPORTUNITY! If you are retired or just looking for some way to get involved with your community, the Cumberland Recreation Department is looking for 10 to 15 volunteers to assist in the concession stand located at the Madison Ballpark on Route 13. Serve Safe certification is a plus. Your interest in helping and your support is always appreciated! For More information contact: Tina Tate, Recreation Coordinator at 804-492-3800 Extension 1029 or Jesse Barker, Baseball Commissioner at (804)-375-3281  To get your events on the community calendar please contact Birgit Weeks at Powhatan Today at 804598-4305 X 4305 or e-mail bweeks@Powhatantoday. com. Limited to events that are free to the public or benefit a non-profit organization.

Patriot Day Festival fast approaching Contributed report

Cumberland Patriot Day is in the final stages of preparation for the 9th annual Patriot Day Festival to be held on April 21, 2012. The first call for American Independence was made from Effingham Tower, across from the Cumberland Courthouse by Carter Henry Harrison in April 1776. Each year, Cumberland celebrates this commemorative part of history in the form of a re-enactment of that speech and a festival. This festival allows people from everywhere to come together for a day of fun and fellowship and also allows people to have the opportunity to meet the family of Mr. Carter Henry Harrison. Opening ceremonies will begin at 10:00 a.m. on the Courthouse lawn and the parade will immediately follow opening ceremonies and will go to the school where the festival will be held. Steve Bassett will be performing live on the outdoor stage from 11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. and there will be a mechanical bull, orbitron, dunk tank, obstacle course, bounce houses and slides for children of all ages to enjoy. There will also be various indoor stage activities during the day such as Ashley Russell – Hula girl, Longwood Belly Dancers, Cumberland Cheering squad, Cumberland Step team, Allen’s Mill – Bluegrass music, and more. Admission is Free and applications are still being taken for craft vendors, food vendors, antique car show entries, and informational booths. The festival is seeking additional volunteers that would like to be a part of the committee and help the day of the event. For an application, please visit the website at or call Stephany Johnson or Corrie Hurt at 804-4923251.


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Farm Bureau awards open doors for students For the past decade, scholarships given by Cumberland organization have helped young people pursue careers in agriculture By Roslyn Ryan

Now in its tenth year, the Cumberland Farm Bureau Scholarship Program has awarded over $40,000 to County students studying toward careers in agriculture. And, if you want to see an

example of those funds being put to good use, Cumberland native Taylor Scott is a good person, as well as his sister Mary Ellen, to talk with, both have received the annual award more than once. Scott, a graduate of Fuqua School and the recipient of multiple Farm Bureau scholarship awards, earned a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science from Virginia Tech before landing his current job as the Quality Control Supervisor for the meat production facility at James River Correctional Center. It’s a tremendous responsibility by all accounts, but one Scott says he was prepared for thanks to both his background and his education. Between growing up around— and eventually becoming involved

in—the poultry and cattle operations of his father and uncle, and the skills he was able to develop in school, “I had a wide base of knowledge to draw on.” Scott said. Scott says he had initially thought he would go to work for the Extension Service after graduation. Unfortunately, with Extension offices around the state facing deep funding cuts, that plan quickly fell by the wayside. Thankfully, Scott says, he stumbled upon the James River opening on the Internet. As happy as he is with his job at the facility, it seems his supervisors are even happier to have him there. Agribusiness Manager Frank Baber III says Scott has done an “outstanding” job since coming


on board nearly three years ago and couldn’t help but joke that the Extension Service’s loss has been James River Correctional Center’s gain. Quality Assurance Manager of the Meat and Milk Production Operations, Carolyn Peterson is equally delighted with Scott. “He’s just a real asset to the team, and to the whole operation,” she said. Dr. Scott Newton, Chair of the Farm Bureau Scholarship Committee, is understandably pleased with the way things have turned out for Taylor Scott. He and the Scholarship Committee also take a certain degree of pride in just how many other students—nearly 20 so far— have been able to take advantage of the program. “To

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Cumberland students: ‘If I had a hammer’ Contributed report

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The Southside Virginia Regional Technology Consortium (SVRTC) annually hosts an award program to recognize school divisions, teachers, and other staff members that have consistently implemented technology to increase student achievement, enhance employee productivity, and fostered economic development in the region. Several staff members of Cumberland County Public Schools received awards. A teacher from each school division received the Technology Teacher Award. The teacher from Cumberland was Mrs. Stephanie Lennon, who routinely incorporates technology into her high school Spanish classes, using an online learning system to help deliver instruction. An Instructional Support Award was also given to a staff member in a supportive role who advances a school division’s technology environment through providing crucial instructional technology support. The winner of this award for the division was Mrs. Gail Doss, who helps support the reading program at the elementary school through her use of technology. A staff member from each division was also recognized for the Technology Support Award. This was presented to a technology support person who provides crucial technical support to the division that allows all stakeholders to accomplish their educational goals. The division honor went to Mr. Charles Motter, assistant principal at the middle school for his work with teachers in using ActivBoards, Interactive Achievement, Observation 360, as well as other technologies, both hardware and software. Cumberland Superintendent Amy Griffin received the Technology Leadership Award, which was presented to only one person from the entire SVRTC. This award recognizes an administrator, educator, or community member who advances technology in the educational setting. Dr. Griffin received the award for using technology to improve student achievement; to foster an environment of collaboration in the school division, in the region, and in the state; to lobby for education; to communicate with the public; to encourage economic development in the region; and to support the Go Green Initiative.

Delegate Thomas Wright visits Cumberland Elementary School On Friday, March 16, 2012, Delegate Thomas “Tommy” Wright visited Cumberland Elementary School. Mr. Wright’s district now includes the counties see School > 8

School continued from > 8 of Amelia, Cumberland, Lunenburg (part), Mecklenburg, and Nottoway. He brought copies of two free booklets made available by the Virginia Assembly. One booklet, Virginia House of Delegates Coloring Book, is for 4th grade students, and the other, Virginia House of Delegates Activity Book, is targeted for 5th grade students. Both publications provide information that students need to know to pass their Virginia History SOL tests.

CHS to present ‘Not Another High School Musical’ April 18 The Cumberland Theatre Department is pleased to present its spring musical, Not Another High School Musical. The cast and crew, composed of middle and high school students, will entertain audiences with this humorous musical April 18th and 19th at 7:15 P. M. in the Cumberland High School auditorium. Admission is $2.00 per person. All interested persons are invited to attend in order to find out what happens when a frustrated theatre teacher abandons her students on show night. The actors, led by their stage manager and assistant director, must fend for themselves by mixing and matching a variety of well-known theatre favorites as well as including stunning musical numbers! Will the students be able to pull off a full length show? And where

is their theatre teacher? The performance aims to provide Whitetail, was done in chalk pastel and glue, under the direction of Janice Stanley, CHS art teacher. both laughter and music.

Cumberland students donate to FACES Three students in the Talented and Gifted program at Cumberland Middle School organized several fund raisers to raise money for FACES of Cumberland. The students, who call themselves “Raising Hope,” presented Ms. Margaret Korrow with a check for $175. Under the direction of Mrs. Wendy Tillett, the TAG Coordinator at CMS, the students sold candy and sponsored a raffle in order to raise the proceeds. FACES ranks third in Virginia in the amount of food distributed to the needy.

Longwood Center will display county student’s artwork The Longwood Center for the Visual Arts will present an annual area youth art exhibit entitled Start with Art, Learn for Life starting March 25, 2012. Artwork created by students in Cumberland High School, Cumberland Middle School, and Cumberland Elementary School will be on display. Artwork (right) done by Evan Arrighi, a ninth grader, will be used on the advertising for the event. Evan was recognized at the March School Board meeting for his accomplishment. This picture by Evan Arrighi, entitled State Forest

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Cumberland Today Sports Spotlight on: Cumberland High School Baseball Cumberland Today photographer Kenny Moore was on hand to capture the action at the April 3 game between the Dukes and the Bulldogs in Goochland.

Top: Justus Dowdy of Cumberland goes into 3rd base head first and beats the throw for a stolen base.

Craig Garrett of Cumberland (blue) plays off first base and teases a steal as Goochland Pitcher Justin Moechnig winds up for the throw to the plate.


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Bottom: Loren Glover concentrates at the plate for the next pitch.

Clockwise, from top left: Dione Booker of Cumberland snags the deep hit and makes the quick throw back to the infield to halt the other runners. Cody Tyson of Cumberland steals 2nd base and beats the tag to keep the rally alive. Tyson also had a strong performance on the mound for the Dukes. Scott Pearce of Goochland finds himself in a run down as the Cumberland infield surrounds him to get the out.

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Cholesterol screening to fight heart disease early in life


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ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS RELEASED NEW GUIDELINES CALLING FOR CHILDREN TO BE SCREENED FOR HIGH CHOLESTEROL BETWEEN AGES 9 AND 11 AND AGAIN BETWEEN 17 AND 21, REGARDLESS OF FAMILY HISTORY. THE GOAL IS TO PREVENT HEART DISEASE, WHICH STARTS EARLY IN LIFE. Although naturally produced by the body, cholesterol can become elevated due to a person’s diet or genetic makeup. When levels are too high, cardiovascular disease (heart attacks, strokes and peripheral artery disease, etc.) can result. Many people think high cholesterol is an adult problem, but studies have suggested for decades that heart disease starts long before that. “The change in recommendations is a culmination of literature that dates back to studies performed during the Korean and Vietnam wars,” said Mark Townsend,M.D., pediatric and adult congenital cardiologist at Centra’s Stroobants Heart Center. “Young men who were otherwise healthy and who unfortunately died in combat had autopsies performed and were found to have precursors of coronary artery disease. Since that time, there have been fantastic studies ... that have set the

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Susan Harwood, with the FarmvilleYMCA, will address the Diabetes Support And Education Group.The group will meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the first floor conference room at Centra Southside Community Hospital. For more information or to preregister for this free program, call 434.315.2617.

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“I personally have never met resistance to performing screening, aside from fear of doing a blood draw. There have been families that were reluctant to initiate treatment, but there again I have never been in a position where the family has refused treatment when treatment was clearly indicated based on the guidelines.” When asked why he is so passionate about making sure kids are screened for high cholesterol, Dr. Townsend talked about a teenage boy who came to his office with liver disease, high cholesterol and high The decision by the American Academy m of Pediatrics to recommend screening of all children fo f r high cholesterol is a direct refl f ection on the obesity epidemic. blood pressure brought on by obesity. “Stories like that, where I have “Over three office visits, he been able to help a child or adolescent chose to make an effort by beginning to change their life goals and plans, are so walk for 30 minutes at a time five days per overwhelmingly gratifying that it is hard week,” Dr. Townsend said. “He then cut not to be passionate about what I am back his caloric intake, and started walking blessed to be able to do.” one hour a day. He lost 80 pounds in less Dr. Townsend sees patients at than a year, and his life was so significantThe Cardiovascular Group ly changed that he joined the Air Force.

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism. The group meets every Sunday at 9:30 a.m. in the first floor conference room at Centra Southside Community Hospital. For more information, call 434.315.2831.

Virginia Blood Services will hold a blood drive from 1 to 5 p.m in the first floor conference room at Centra Southside Community Hospital. For an appointment, call 434.315.2831. Walk-ins are welcome.


stage for understanding the implications of high cholesterol in children as it pertains to the risk of developing lifelong heart disease.” Past guidelines, released in 2009, recommended that only children with risk factors be screened and that they be screened just once between ages 2 and 10. The change in guidelines (screening all children, regardless of family history or other risk factors, and doing it twice) is a “direct reflection on the obesity epidemic,” Dr. Townsend said. If a child does have high cholesterol, Dr. Townsend’s first step is to prescribe lifestyle changes, such as weight loss, dietary changes and exercise, rather than jumping straight to medication. Sometimes, however,medication is needed. “It is unusual to need to start medication as the front-line treatment measure, but it is not at all unusual for children to fail lifestyle modification and subsequently need to start medication,” he said. So far, Dr. Townsend said, parents have been “overwhelming receptive” to the new guidelines. “Many families are acutely aware of the burden cardiovascular disease carries ... and we all know someone who has died from heart disease,” he said. “As such, families clearly want to do the right thing for their children.


Ruritan Club announces end of much-loved 4th of July celebration Contributed report

After 30+ years of hosting the local 4th of July Celebration, the Cartersville Ruritan Club has regretfully calls an end to this longstanding tradition. “We’ve had many successful years, first on the Greens overlooking the James River and more recently at the Club’s location in Cartersville on Route 45. For many years, this has been the biggest event in Cartersville and Cumberland County. When we lost the Greens four years ago, we were worried that the event would suffer. To our surprise, the 1st year was a success and people enjoyed the change in venue. Unfortunately with the troubled economy and sur-

rounding counties now hosting their own celebrations, our show now has competition. Add to that, the licensing, permits, and insurance costs now needed to host a fireworks display, and it has become cost prohibitive to continue this much loved tradition” says President Norman Lewis. The Club promises to host other smaller events throughout the year starting with a “Baked Potato Social” to be held onSaturday, March 17th at Cartersville Fire House. Additional fundraisers will include the annual Community Birthday calendar, Golf Tournament, and Raffles. The Club House and tents for outside events is also available to rent by the general public. Mr.

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Centra Southside Community Hospital Breast Imaging Center is offering free mammography screenings to women between the ages of 40 and 64 who do not have health insurance and have not had a mammogram in the last year. These mammograms are being offered to female residents of Amelia, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Nottoway and Prince Edward Counties.

Lewis is encouraging members to “think outside of the box and let’s try some new things. Both the club and the community will truly miss the 4th as a time o fgathering of old friends and family reunions. We want to express our heartfelt thanks to all of the folks, members and friends alike, who came year after to year to work the event as well as to enjoy it.” Special recognition goes to the Cartersville Rescue Squad, CumberlandSheriff’s Department, Carterville Fire Department and the band Southern Ambition; as well as the following businesses who faithfully supported this event – Blanton and Pleasants, Mo-Johns, Lacey’s, and Dunn Gas –many par-

The Wound Healing Clinic is located at 800 Oak Street, Farmville. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 434.315.2998. Education University of Miami School of Medicine - Medical degree

been made possible through the central Virginia affiliate of Susan G. Komen For The Cure.

Libraries all over Virginia will hold a Snapshot Day in April to collect information, photos and patron comments that illustrate the impact that Virginia libraries make in their communities every day. In Cumberland, Snapshot Day is April 18. Snapshot Virginia is a Virginia Library and Library of Virginia project. The goal is to use collected data, such as how many people use the library, use computers, attend programs, etc. as well as candid photographs and comments, to demonstrate how essential libraries are within our communities. Virginia’s libraries are busier than ever these days, with people coming in to check out books, use computers, look for jobs and attend the many programs our libraries offer. All across the Commonwealth, libraries are the cornerstones of their communities, places where people come together to visit, learn and share ideas. On April 28, 2012, we will capture a slice of life in Cumberland’s library. Snapshot Day encourages library patrons to comment on what their library means to them. Please visit Snapshot Virginia.or to find out more about this exciting project. Better yet, visit Cumberland County Public Library on April 18 and be a part of Snapshot Day.

Kirsten Huber, M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S., has joined the Wound Healing Clinic at Centra Southside Community Hospital. Dr. Huber is board certified in surgery. She provides holistic, comprehensive and compassionate wound care. Dr. Huber works in partnership with nationally certified wound and ostomy nurse consultant Jill Hennelly, B.S.N., R.N., C.W.O.C.N.

For information or to schedule an appointment, please contact the Imaging Department, 434.315.2770

earliest, most treatable stages.

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Kirsten Huber, H M.D., Ph.D., F.A.C.S., Joins Centra Southside S Wound Healing Clinic

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Mammograms are the best option for identifying cancer at its

ticipated for some 30 years. The Cartersville Ruritan plans to continue to support local organizations as well as continue its scholarship program which awards scholarships to local residents in pursuit of higher education. TheClub is also in the midst of a New Membership Drive and encourages all members of the Community to join this civic organization whose goal isto “Enrich and Give back to our local community”. Lewis ended by saying “We will continue with God’s help and community support and strive for a brighter future ahead of us.” For more information, , please feel free to contact President Norman Lewis at (804) 375-3413.

Library will host ‘Snapshot Day’ April 28

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