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Goochland hires deputy administrator By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

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A steam tractor will be on duty to give visitors a lift around the grounds at this week’s Rassawek Spring Jubilee Wine and Heritage Festival.

Wine festival looks to repeat success By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Last year’s first Rassawek Spring Jubilee Wine and Heritage Festival was a success, drawing praise from visitors for its wide offerings, both for wine connoisseurs and those interested in history and the heritage of the region. Sponsored by the Goochland Chamber of Commerce, this year’s event promises to be a crowd pleaser too. “The chamber is excited to once

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again host the Rassawek Spring Jubilee,” said Goochland Chamber of Commerce President Travis Chewning. “The Jubilee is a great event for our community. Please come out and enjoy a day well spent in Goochland,” he urged. The festival happens this weekend, both Saturday and Sunday, May 19 and 20 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at The Rassawek Vineyards at 6276 River Road West in the western end of the county. Less than an hour from Richmond or

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Charlottesville, the festival offers a wide range of activities for visitors, featuring nine Virginia wineries, including Rassawek’s Byrd Cellars. An original greenhouse from James Madison’s Montpelier will serve as one of Virginia’s most original wine tasting rooms. Other attractions include an antique car show, live music, a unique tree house for the kids, local produce, baked goods and home-cooked food. see Festival > page 5

Goochland has hired Daniel J. Schardein III to fill its vacant Deputy County Administrator for Community Development position. County Administrator Rebecca Dickson made the announcement in a press release Thursday. Schardein, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Planning from Virginia Commonwealth University, has 25 years of local government experience. He most recently served as Assistant Director for Zoning Administration/Zoning Administrator for Loudoun County, wrote Dickson. “Mr. Schardein brings a wealth of knowledge to Goochland County with over 25 years of experience in development in local government. In addition, we were very impressed with his economic development experience and his philosophy that community development processes should support economic development. We are very pleased to have someone of his caliber join our team,” said Dickson in an email to the Gazette. Schardein will lead the Community Development Department, which includes building inspections, convenience centers, environmental and land development review, planning and zoning and public utilities. He was scheduled to begin work with the county May 14.

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Byrd’s Zoe Parrish is named Goochland Teacher of the Year By Ben Orcut Special Correspondentt

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Zoe Parrish is humbled to have been named Goochland County’s teacher of the year for 2012. Parrish received a $500 award from the Goochland Education Foundation (GEF) at the May 8 school board meeting for her achievement. “It’s hard to feel deserving of it when you work with so many other teachers that work just as hard and put everything into teaching and everything into helping their students to learn and achieve their potential,” Parrish said. Parrish, 28, has been a special education teacher at Byrd Elementary School for the past two years. The previous five years she worked at Goochland Elementary School as a fourth and fifth-grade teacher. Parrish was voted Byrd teacher of the year by her colleagues and was invited to the May 8 school board meeting to be recognized. Being named the county’s teacher of the year was a surprise, she said. “I did not know in advance,” Parrish said. “I was thoroughly shocked because of the other teachers that I stood up there with. I just had so much respect for everybody. We were invited to come to the meeting to receive our school-based teacher of the year award and then at that meeting they announced the county teacher of the year award.” A native of Fairfax, Parrish graduated from Mills Godwin High School in Henrico County in 2001. She earned an undergraduate degree in elementary education and special education from the University of Delaware and a master’s degree in instructional technology from Virginia Tech.

Parrish said her mission is to help her pupils succeed. “Well, I think the one thing that I try to promote the most is to really look at each student as an individual and to do absolutely anything I can to help them to be successful in school,” she said. “My students are the most important thing to me and one hundred percent at the heart of my teaching.” Parrish said teaching “is a calling, but it is my passion for sure….I cannot picture myself doing anything else but teaching at this time.” Seeing her pupils succeed is rewarding, Parrish said. “I love, absolutely love teaching kids how to read,” she said. “That is so rewarding for me, watching kids improve in their reading and especially with my students, teaching them skills that

they’re going to be able to really use in their lives.” Not having enough time to spend with her pupils is one of the most challenging aspects of teaching, Parrish said. But, she enjoys the time she does have with them. “I have a large group of fifth-graders and I will be very

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Byrd Elementary Special Education teacher Zoe Parrish reacts after hearing she is Goochland’s Teacher of the Year. Below, the county’s five Teachers of the Year pose with their awards. From left are: math teacher Barry Smith from GHS, art teacher Ann Rohrer from GMS, enrichment resource teacher Lisa Brown from GES, Parrish and Beth Ferguson from RES.

sad, it’ll be bittersweet to see them go on,” Parrish said. “I won’t have them next year. But some of the students I’ve been able to work with this year I really look forward to continuing doing what we’ve been doing for them this year and watching them achieve more and more.”

Parrish said being named teacher of the year does not necessarily mean there is more pressure on her to excel. “I think there’s always pressure to try to do better,” she said. “I think you want to do better every day for your kids and you need to do better every day for your kids.”


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Interstate 64 Widening and Route 623 Interchange Improvements Henrico and Goochland Counties Willingness to Hold a Public Hearing Find out about the proposed widening of I-64 from four lanes to six lanes eastbound from Route 623 to Pouncey Tract Road and westbound from Pouncey Tract Road to Route 622 and interchange improvements including adjusting the existing traffic signal, widening the westbound I64 off ramp to Route 623 to provide an additional turn lane, adding a left turn lane on Route 623 southbound to I-64 eastbound, and widening I64 eastbound off ramp to Route 623 to provide an additional turn lane. Review the project information and National Environmental Policy Act documention at VDOT’s Richmond District Office located at 2430 Pine Forest Drive in Colonial Heights, 804-524-6000, 1-800-3677623,TTY/TDD 711. Please call ahead to ensure the availability of appropriate personnel to answer your questions.

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School board meeting filled with recognitions By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Last Tuesday’s Goochland School Board was long on awards and recognitions. Much of the evening was devoted to honoring the five teachers of the year, each receiving $100 checks from the Goochland Education Association, except for Zoe Parrish from Byrd E.S., who was handed a $500 check for being named Goochland’s Teacher of the Year (see story on page 2). The other four teachers honored were Barry Smith of GHS, Ann Rohrer of GMS, Lisa Brown of GES and Beth Ferguson of RES. Also honored were the GHS Robotics Team, Science Fair winners, School Nurses, the SkillsUSA Team, which placed third in the state at Hampton. The board also acknowledged Lisa Landrum for receiving an honorable men-

tion in the Food for Thought Virginia School Board Award. In action items, the board as expected voted unanimously to cancel the bid process to outsource any custodial workers after noting that the proposals received were unsatisfactory and that funds were available to pay for the positions. The board also voted 5-0 to: • approve a school calendar with a Aug. 20 start date and 180 instructional days • approve an agreement with the YMCA giving school employees a break on fees • approve the adoption of the Aesop Substitute Calling System at a cost of $7,340 annually with an initial $5,750 set up and training fee. • designated Assistant Superintendent Peter Gretz as Acting Superintendent. In public comments, NAACP President Sekou Shabaka expressed concern that a recent presentation

by Director of Secondary Education Stephen Geyer on grouping could lead to “resegregation.” Using the new rules for public comment, board members engaged in discussion with Shabaka about the issue, assuring him that the proposal was still under consideration and that their goals and his were the same. “A group of us are going down to Orange County to talk about their closing the achievement gap,” said School Board Chairwoman Beth Hardy. Wendy Hobbs urged the school board to include the public in its search for a new superintendent. Hobbs suggested the board do a survey of the community to find out what they wanted in a new superintendent and that the process be “very transparent.” School Board Vice Chairman John Wright said a survey is envisioned.

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County employees may get 5.75 percent raise But increase would go to VRS By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland’s Supervisors are mulling over whether to give county employees a 5.75 percent pay increase to offset contributions they must make to the Virginia Retirement System (VRS). The county has the option of phasing in the employee contribution over five years or doing it all at one time in July. The goal in either case is to avoid a decrease in employee take home pay once they begin making contributions to VRS.

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“Now you have the option to do it all at once but you have to grant at least a 5 percent salary increase,” explained County Administrator Rebecca Dickson at the May meeting. Many surrounding localities have opted to do the 5 percent option in July, said Deputy County Administrator John Wack. Wack said doing the increase all at once would keep the county competitive with other area counties but lessen the money available for an anticipated one time bonus. The supervisors took the matter under advisement, anticipating a decision at the June meeting.

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Visitors to the Rassawek Spring Jubilee will once again be able to enjoy a leisurely steamboat ride this weekend.

Festival continued from > page 1 Visitors can travel about the grounds on a steam train from one attraction to the next and bring a blanket and picnic on the grounds. And if you should see a group of cowboys who look like they could be from south of the border, that will be the El Dorado Rodeo Group, who will be on hand to perform riding and rodeo demonstrations. Jenny Liesfeld of Rassawek Vineyards said this year’s Jubilee will offer even more to visitors than last year’s festival. “We’ll have many more artisans and demonstrators,” she

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Up to full strength This month’s Goochland Board of Supervisors meeting saw the county introduce a couple more key employees, new Director of Economic Development Matthew Ryan and Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Caudill. And last Thursday County Administrator Rebecca Dickson announced the selection of Daniel J. Schardein III to fill the vacant Deputy County Administrator for Community Development position. Filling these positions in county administration and the constitutional offices, should be a welcome fact for county residents and the administration. It takes a full line up for a team to get the job done. We look forward to getting to know the new hires and reporting on plans for economic development in the county. Look for an interview with Ryan in next week’s issue of the Gazette, where we’ll learn about how he is settling in to the job and what plans are being made to bring the desired development to the county.

Gas pains relieved? A few weeks ago we wrote about pain at the pump as gasoline prices approached $4 a gallon and were so bold as to predict that if they stayed that way it might affect the results of the fall presidential election. About that same time saw the GOP seized on the issue, accusing President Obama of not doing enough to ensure affordable energy prices in the country. And the president defended himself, noting that the chief executive has only limited power to affect energy prices. Now that gasoline prices have declined about 10 percent, we’re inclined to agree with both parties to the discussion. It’s absolutely true that the president has little control over gasoline prices in the short term, witness the causes of the current decline, which appear to be concern over economic slowdowns in Europe and China, among other things. On the other hand, the idea that wise choices on energy policy by whoever sits in the Oval Office and Congress are not critical is also disingenuous. Meanwhile we’ll just take advantage of the current downturn while it lasts, which we predict will not be long. - Ken Odor

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Letters to the Editor Remembering Mom on Mother’s Day With Mother’s Day upon us, I’d like to pay a special tribute to all the wonderful mothers who hold a special place in their children’s hearts. When I think of my mother, I’ll always remember her sweet smile and the tilt of her head as I

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Hill, longtime resident of Henrico County, Va., she was employed by the Virginia Department of Corrections as a Medical Technician/ Physician’s Assistant. She relocated to Knoxville, Tenn., in 2001. She loved spending time outdoors and with her family. She was a loving daughter, sister, mother, grandmother and friend. She is survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Deborah and John Nelson of Grifton, N.C., Martha Yeatman of Midlothian, Va., and Rachel and Sam Scott of Knoxville, Tenn.; grandchildren, Kyle Yeatman of Goochland, Va., Danielle Scott of Brooklyn, N.Y., Chris Yeatman of Moseley, Va., and Jessica Bissel of Knoxville, Tenn. Special thanks to all her caregivers at Park West Hospital and Brakebill Nursing Home. Family will honor her memory and celebrate her life at a private memorial service. Streagle Grace Bogert Streagle, 86, passed away on Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Grace was a native of Southboro, Massachusetts, and had been a York County, Va. resident for over 40 years. She spent the final years of her life as a resident of The Hermitage in Richmond, Va. She was a member of Zion United Methodist Church, and participated with several York County quilt groups.

She was the wife of the late Aris E. Streagle and a devoted mother and homemaker. She is survived by two sons, Merle Streagle of Middletown, R.I., and Tim Streagle of Goochland, Va.; and one daughter, Suzanne Streagle of Gaithersburg, Md. She is also survived by four grandchildren, Kyle, Philip, Clifton and Lauren; and five great- grandchildren. An announcement will be made concerning a memorial service at a later date. Valentine Thomas Greer Valentine, “Tommy, TV, T-Rex and Hambone”, 64, of Goochland, went home to be with the Lord on May 13, 2012 after a two year battle with mesothelioma lung cancer. A Richmond boy through and through, he was born and passed away at Retreat Hospital. He was preceded in death by his father, Edgar “Tommy” Greer Valentine; and his mother, Jean Mills Davis. Tommy is survived by his devoted wife and soulmate of 31 years, Patricia “Patsy” Valentine; his little sister, Lisa Valentine White (Michael) of Midlothian, Va., their daughter, Heather, and son, Jason; brother, Craig Valentine (Krin) of Colorado Springs, Colo., their daughter, Laura Beth; brother, Scott Valentine (Martha) Knoxville, Tenn., their son, Stephen; and five

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On April 20, Fred Thompson, a Manakin Sabot resident and charter member of the Rotary Club of Innsbrook, participated in the first-ever Rotary Day at the White House, where ten U.S. Rotary club members from across the U.S. were honored as Champions of Change for their volunteer work in improving the lives of others. The day-long event combined for the first time two weekly White House public engagement programs – Champions of Change and the Community Leaders Briefings series—to recognize the contributions of a single organization: Rotary International. Champions of Change was created as a part of President Obama’s “Winning the Future” initiative. Each week, a different sector is highlighted and groups of Champions, ranging from educators to entrepreneurs to community leaders, are recognized for serving

and strengthening their communities. “Rotary International is honored to be a part of the first White House Champions of Change awards. Rotary club members are grassroots volunteers, successful business and professional leaders who want to give back to make the world a better place,” said Rotary International President Kalyan Banerjee, of India. “Champions of Change could not be a more appropriate description of what Rotary is all about.” It was the effort that Thompson devoted to the expansion of the Coal Pit Learning Center in Western Henrico that placed him in the midst of this exceptional group. Thompson, a founding partner in the architectural firm of Architects Dayton Thompson Associates, PC in Richmond was the driving force behind this project, which has greatly expanded pre-schooling opportunities to children from low-income families. Thompson explains with

pride that, through the efforts of many Rotarians, the school renovation was an immediate success. The Coal Pit Learning Center expansion has not only allowed more children to enter Kindergarten with skill readiness and confidence, but also creates an avenue for parents to hold fulltime employment or further their education. “This project was a prime example of the power of Rotary and what 100 Rotarians can accomplish that not only changes the lives of needy children, but at the same time showing the community at large that Rotary cares.” Thompson is quick to credit the efforts of the many individuals and community groups that participated in the Coal Pit project. However, he was instrumental in the project’s success—chairing the planning committee, providing construction plans and project management for the expansion, as well as soliciting and leveraging cash donations of $100,000 with $250,000 of donated

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continued from > page 7 regard fire lanes, handicap signs, and “striped-out” areas really are showing simple disregard for other people. They say with their actions, “I am above the rules of common courtesy, and I do not care how my actions affect others.” Unfortunately, for many an editorial or letter to the editor will not prompt a change of heart or behavior. That is why Goochland needs to empower the sheriff’s office to enforce parking rules and laws, as that is a remedy for the recalcitrant. The parking lot at Food Lion (Goochland Courthouse)

is a showcase for this rude behavior (and for the lack of enforcement). Years ago, striped-out “no parking” safety zones were placed at the end of parking rows to provide visibility for shoppers and drivers as they enter and exit the store. I have small children and appreciate this safety feature, as I have seen people nearly run over because they or the oncoming cars could not see each other. However, this safety zone is usually filled with the vehicles of those who would sacrifice the safety of others to save themselves a few steps to the store. But this parking rudeness is just a symptom of a larger malady in our land. Without a

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common ethic, a biblical ethic, people imagine themselves free to disregard others and to make their own rules without fear of negative consequences to themselves. We see this lawlessness practiced everywhere in our land, practiced with a militant swagger. But the answer here is the same as the answer to all our nation’s ills: We need to return to the God of the Bible, to a fear of God, and to the practice and defense of the attitudes and behavior that are embodied in a society that honors and serves the Creator rather than serving themselves. Doug Pruiett Sandy Hook

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Rabid skunk case confirmed in Goochland By Becky Robinette Wright cats or dogs. panion animals, animal con- tions from ACIP reduce the Special Correspondent The cases of dogs with trol programs, maintenance of number of vaccine doses from

The Virginia Department of Health has confirmed a skunk from Goochland was rabid. Rabies is a dangerous virus that is transmitted through the saliva of animals. Anyone can get it if they handle or get bitten by an animal that has the disease. Not all wildlife has rabies but the Center for Disease Control (CDC) says that the main types of wildlife that tend to contract the disease are raccoons, skunks, bats and foxes. The CDC reports that 90 percent of all rabid animal incidents are wildlife. Most people who are exposed to rabies are exposed due to close contact with domestic animals, such as

rabies has begun to decline, but, the CDC says, is that the cases of rabid cats is steadily increasing. Three times more rabid cats are reported than rabid dogs, officials say. The reason being that cat owners might not be as likely to visit a veterinarian’s office, where their cats can receive shots that can keep them safe from rabies. The most recent data from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) reports that 36 percent of U.S. catowning households did not visit a veterinarian in 2006. Rabies costs are not cheap, coming in at around $300 million annually. The expenses include the vaccination of com-

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Rabies continued from > page 12 the CDC collect information about cases of animal and human rabies from the state health departments and publish the information in a summary report. There is some good news on the horizon, the number of rabies-related human deaths in the United States has declined from more than 100 annually at the turn of the century to one or two per year in the 1990’s. The decline in deaths is contributed to the vaccine, officials said. Virginia still tallies in a large number of rabies cases and multiple types of animals are included. In 2012 as of April 28, the Virginia Department

Obituaries continued from > page 8 at a later date at Greenwood Cemetery on Patterson Avenue. Tommy was a true patriot and requested that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Wounded Warrior Project, woundedwarriorproject.org. Condolences may be offered at woodyfuneralhomeparham.com. Wegbreit Isaac Lyle Dusseau Wegbreit, 22, took his own life on May 11, 2012. He would have graduated from VCU on May 12, with a degree in Chemistry. Isaac was a smart, funny, handsome and strong young man, with a world of promise ahead of him. He is survived by his parents, Diane Dusseau and Martin Wegbreit of Richmond; his brother, Cyrus Wegbreit in Blacksburg, Va., his brother, Ezra Wegbreit; his sister-inlaw, Rebecca Gavett Wegbreit; and his niece, Alexandra Wegbreit, all in Chicago; and

of Health(VDH)-Office of Epidemiology reports the laboratory confirmed cases of rabies in Virginia as; Bat (4), bobcat (2), cat (7), cow (10), dog (1), fox (8), one horse , raccoon (85) and skunk (58) bringing the total to 176 cases. In 2011, confirmed laboratory cases reported by VDH for Virginia are; Bat (20), bobcat(4), cat(30), cow(10), coyote(1), dog(3), fox(70), groundhog(6), horse(2), raccoon(281), sheep(1) and skunk(190) bringing the total to 618 cases. Three human deaths from rabies has been documented in Virginia • On December 31, 1998, a 29-year-old man in Richmond died from a rabies virus associated with insectivorous bats. • On March 2003, a 25-

year-old man from Northern Virginia died from a rabies virus associated with raccoons, but it is unknown how it was contracted. • On November 20, 2009, a 42-year-old man died from the rabies virus. The man had contracted the virus from a dog in India when he was abroad. Officials say if you are bitten by an animal report it immediately. • Wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water. • Try to have a description of the animal. • Report any animal domestic or wild that appears to be acting strangely. • To report being bitten: Goochland Sheriff ’s Office (804) 556-5349. • For an emergency dial 91-1.

many loving uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. A graveside funeral and burial was held on Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. in OrAmi Greenwood Memorial Gardens, 12609 Patterson Ave., Goochland, Va. Bliley’s Funeral Home is in charge. Following burial, a lunch gathering was held immediately after at Congregation Or-Ami, 9400 West Huguenot Rd. Isaac was very concerned about climate change. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Citizens Climate Lobby - http://www.citizenclimatelobby.org.

John Thomas Walker Jr. and Clarence Ray Walker. Caroline was an active life member of the Wingfield Society and was quick to point out that she was a descendent of Edward Marie Wingfield, who was responsible for the success of the Jamestown Colony. She was also a Sunday school teacher at Waddell Memorial Church in Rapidan. Caroline was a born again Christian with a very strong faith. She was a lover of animals and was always giving to someone that she thought needed help. She is survived by her husband, John H. Wright of Goochland; two sisters, Rosalie Miller of Richmond and Louise Breeden of New Castle, Delaware; and eleven nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 9, 2012, at the Mount Olivet United Methodist Church on Red Hill Road in Albemarle County. The Reverend Charles McRaven officiated. The family received friends two hours prior to the service at the church. Preddy Funeral Home of Orange is in charge of arrangements.

Wright Caroline Dunham Walker Wright, 86, of Goochland, died on Sunday, May 6, 2012, at the Martha Jefferson Hospital in Charlottesville. She was born on Oct. 14, 1926, in Red Hill, Albemarle County, the daughter of the late John Thomas Walker Sr. and Carrie Bryant Walker. She was also preceded in death by two brothers,

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of the VFBF Young Farmers Committee. The initiative helped participating farmers find ways to help their local food banks, earn tax incentives for donating products and in some cases sell some of their produce. The VFBF Young Farmers partnered with the Federation of Virginia Food Banks in 2011. Harris said most of the produce that was donated or gleaned came from a few farms near urban areas. He’d like to see more farms participate this year. The Young Farmers Committee received a $500 grant in February from the American Farm Bureau

Federation’s Harvest for All program for being one of the most innovative state hunger programs among state Farm Bureaus nationwide. The Harvest for All program raised $556,278 and donated more than 10 million pounds of food to hungry Americans last year. Harris noted that financial donations are also welcome, but farmers are in the unique position of being able to donate the fresh fruits and vegetables that food banks may find challenging to acquire. “We’ll partner with the Food Banks any way we can,� he said.


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Rotary continued from > page 10 the $2M renovation of the Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center’s Hospital Hospitality House which provides residential housing for children and families during patient treatment and care. “It was an honor to represent the Rotary Club of Innsbrook and our Coal Pit Learning Center project in Washington as one of only 10 service projects across the United States that Rotary International and the White House recognized as their Champions of Change,� says Thompson. He describes the experience as “a 24-hour inspiring whirlwind event� marked with international and regional Rotary dignitaries, including Rotary International President Banerjee, and various White House advisors and staff.

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May 17, 2012 Innsbrook Rotary President Kay King spoke for the club in commenting: “Fred truly practices Rotary’s ideal of Service Above Self, and serves as an example to all of us through his devotion to programs benefiting youth, literacy and education.� Rotary is a global humanitarian organization with more than 1.2 million members in 34,000 Rotary clubs in over 200 countries and geographical areas. Rotary members are men and women who are business, professional and community leaders with a shared commitment to make the world a better place through humanitarian service. The Rotary Club of Innsbrook, which founded the Rotary Club of Goochland, meets each Thursday at 7:30 a.m. at The Place in Innsbrook. The Rotary Club of Goochland meets each Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. at the Richmond Country Club.

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On Sunday, April 29, 2012 Reverend Emanuel Charles Harris became the 12th pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church, located at 994 Three Chopt Road in Manakin-Sabot. Born in Glen Allen, Va., Rev. Harris attended Henrico and Richmond public schools, graduating as salutatorian from Armstrong High School. He attended Virginia Union University, receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting (Magna Cum Laude) and a Master of Divinity degree (Cum Laude) from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology. He is currently pursu-

ing his Doctor of Ministry degree at the Baptist Theological Seminary of Richmond. Reverend Harris and his wife are the proud parents of two children, Arayana Amira Harris, who attends Fairfield Middle School and Emanuel Charles Harris, Jr. who attends Baker Elementary School in Henrico. Both children are honor students. Rev. Cecelia W. Lewis served as chairperson of Jerusalem’s Pastor’s Committee. In acknowledging Reverend Harris’ selection as Jerusalem’s new pastor, Lewis said, “We wanted God to lead us and God sent Rev. Harris to Jerusalem.� Reverend Harris said of his ministry, “What I do I do

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Third time charm brings repeat title for Saints Aggressive Saints tame Cougars in LIS championship By Charlie Leffler cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

The St. Catherine softball team provided ample evidence to the old belief that it is difficult to beat a team three times in a single season. After twice losing to rival Collegiate during the regular season, the Saints utilized aggressive play to take advantage of Cougar miscues and win the LIS championship for the second straight year, 7-3. Collegiate committed all four of their errors in the first two innings which contributed to a 4-0 St. Catherine lead that proved too much to overcome. “That’s not typical of the way we played this year,” said Collegiate coach Robbie Turner. “Our defense is what keeps us in games and we’ve been out-hit several times this year and won. “I don’t know if the excite-

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ment of everything was too much,” Turner said. “We seemed loose when we were warming up but when got on the field, it was uncharacteristic of the way we usually play.” St. Catherine sophomore pitcher Molly Phillips did her part in holding the Cougars in

check with a one-hit complete game effort. “She has great movement on the ball and when she hits her target she’s almost unhittable,” said Saints’ coach Tara DiGiacomo. On offense, the Saints’ batter took advantage of a slow start by Collegiate sophomore

Cougars, Saints take championships GIRLS SOCCER LIS Morgan Powell, Cailin MacLean and Emily Vaeth all scored goals as St. Catherine’s beat St. Anne’s-Belfield 3-1 to win the LIS title. Haley Kent scored the lone goal for St. Anne’s- Belfield. The Saints advance to this week’s VISAA tournament. St. Catherine’s................ 2 1 — 3 STAB............................... 1 0 — 1 Saves: Hillner (St.C) 12; Gampper (STAB) 15 Records: St. Catherine’s 15-2-3; St. Anne’s-Belfield 12-2-1

BOYS TENNIS Collegiate’s Brady Straus remained undefeated this season by beating Liam Sullivan of Trinity Episcopal 6-0, 6-1 to lead the Cougars

Anne Stewart Lynde, to the Prep League title on Frankie O’Neill, Kaitlin Saturday. Team scores: Collegiate 58, St. Letter and Austin Pruitt Christopher’s 56, Trinity Episcopal each scored two goals, and 51, Woodberry Forest 42, St. Anne’s Campbell Brewer had one Belfield 25, Fork Union 20 Singles: Straus (C) d. Sullivan (TE) for the Cougars. 6-0, 6-1; Perel (C) d. Cerny (TE) Meredith Berents had 6-2, 6-1; Gnapp (SC) d. Clark (TE) nine saves in goal. Brewer, 6-4, 6-3; Hayes (SC) d. Pegram 6-2, 3-6, 6-2; Walker (SC) d. Kent Cardozo, Letter, Pruitt and (TE) 6-4, 6-4; Rogers (SC) d. Reed Carter Reifsnider were named 7-5, 6-2. to the All- LIS team. Doubles: Straus-Willett (C) d. Sullivan- Clark (TE) 10-8; PerelPerkins (C) d. Cerny-Pegram (TE) 10-4; Phillips- Palmore (C) d. Clement-Daniel (WF) 10-8.

Collegiate......................... 6 6 — 12 STAB................................. 2 3 — 5 C: Cardozo 3, Lynde 2, O’Neill 2, Letter 2, Pruitt 2, Brewer STAB: Haney 2, Satterfield 2, Tennery Assists: C: Pruitt 2, Brewer, GIRLS LACROSSE Cardozo; STAB: Haney, Tennery Sydney Cardozo record- Saves: Berents (C) 9; Towers ed a hat trick as Collegiate (STAB) 10 defeated St. Anne’s-Belfield Records: Collegiate 21-3; St. 12-5 en route to the LIS title. Anne’s-Belfield 10-6

pitcher Katie Mccauley, forcing her from the game in the top of the third inning. “They jumped all over Katie and I think everyone was hitting her and hitting her hard,” DiGiacomo said. Sophomore Emily Shinn came on in relief and did a good job of quieting the Saints but the Cougar pair gave up 13 hits in the game. On offense, Phillips was also productive at the plate and got things going from the beginning with a leadoff single to left-center. She advanced on a sacrifice bunt from Anne Szymendera. Mary Kate Crook’s shot to second turned into a throwing error that allowed Phillips to score. Collegiate intentionally walked powerful Saints batter Raven Baytops and a bobbled shot to second from Lale Herguner loaded the bags. “The girls were just ready,” DiGiacomo said. “They had that fire in their eyes from the first pitch and they were ready to finish what we got started.” Crook made the lead 2-0 on a fly to center by Alex Chriscoe

At left: In an odd double-play, St. Catherine’s Raven Baytops dives for second as Collegiate’s Emily Flippo, left, makes the tag. However, the Saints’ Lale Herguner (8) pulls off the base and gets caught in a rundown at first. Above: St. Catherine’s Rachel Daniels (9) comes home for a score as the ball gets by Collegiate catcher Mallory Knighton.

but base-running miscues allowed Collegiate to escape without further damage. Baytops attempt to reach third on the play resulted in a run-down, pushing her back to second where Herguner already stood. Baytops was tagged as she dove back to the bag and Herguner pulled off to prevent two runners being on the base at the same time. As a result, Herguner was caught in a rundown between second and first where she too was tagged out. In the top of the second the Saints doubled their lead. Mia Harris reached on a throwing error and came home on a single from Szymendera. After being walked, Rachel Daniels came in on a shot to short by Crook. Chriscoe made the lead 5-0 in the top of the third, scoring on a double to left by Harris. Shinn’s presence on the mound slowed, but did not halt St. Catherine’s in the fourth. The lead moved to 6-0 when a shot up the middle by Herguner drove in Crook. Collegiate took advantage

of a lapse from Phillips to answer in the bottom of the inning. Sarah Johnson led off with the Cougars only hit of the game then Phillips walked both Mallory Knighton and Caroline Cheatham to load the bags with no outs. Johnson scored on a wild pitch. Next up, Phillips fielded a bunt from Gabby Gelozin but her throw to first was off, allowing Knighton and Cheatham to cut the Saints’ lead in half, 6-3. “We knew they wouldn’t go away. Collegiate never quits,” said DiGiacomo. “I’ve seen it happen before and you get a big lump in your throat because you know they’re going to keep coming at you.” But Phillips bounced back to take down the order in the final three innings to claim the championship. Baytops scored off a Chriscoe single in the sixth to create the final score. St. Catherine’s... 221 101 0 — 7 13 2 Collegiate.......... 000 300 0 — 3 1 4 Phillips and Crook; McCauley, Shinn (3) and Knighton. L — McCauley. Records: St. Catherine’s 15-8; Collegiate 14-7


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Good news, bad news for Bulldogs baseball Goochland wraps district title, drops first JRD loss By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

After a convincing win at Randolph Henry earlier in the week, the Goochland varsity baseball game dropped its first James River District game of the season to visiting Buckingham on Thursday. The 5-4 loss stung the Bulldogs after they learned they had wrapped up the district title no matter what happens with the two remaining games. “We may have been a little complacent,” said Goochland head coach Wes Farkas. “Amelia lost and that sealed the district for us, and we may have lost some focus today.” The loss came two days after Austin Goyne pitched a four-hitter in a 9-1 victory at Randolph Henry. It was his fifth win of the season. Goyne struck out 11 as VMI coaches looked on, checking on next year’s signee. The one run recorded by the Statesmen was the only earned run against Goyne this season and his ERA is 0.21.

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Above: Buckingham’s Jesse Hickman, right, turns a double play in the fourth inning. The Goochland runner is Chase Brookman (2). At right: Brookman got his first start after a two week layoff due to an injury.

It was a different story on Thursday as the Knights touched up Bulldog starter Chase Brookman for three first inning hits that produced a run. They added two more in the third inning before Bulldog

bats caught up with Terrian Ayers’a fastball in the bottom of the fourth. Scott Pearce led off with a towering single and Trace Nixon followed with a blooper to right. The no out rally

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appeared dead when Pearce was doubled at second on a pop up bunt. Jake King fought off numerous fastballs and finally earned a walk to score Nixon. Down 3-1 in the bottom of the fifth, the Bulldogs rallied and took a 4-3 lead when Josh Driver sac flyed Pearce home. The Knights responded with a vengeance in the top of the sixth, blasting two doubles and a triple, scoring a run and knotting the score at 4. They added the go ahead run on a double by J. Edwards. “In hindsight, I may have left (Brookman) in a pitch or two too long,” Farkas said. “He had just a four pitch inning so I thought he was good.” Brookman was making his first appearance on the mound since tweaking a hamstring two weeks ago. He appeared to be strong and fully recouped from the injury. “He threw some good pitches,” Farkas said. “He needs to get his endurance back.”

Ayers got the win after some shaky innings, but Knights’ coach Mike Jones felt his starter is finding his control just in time for the playoffs. “He’s been coming on slowly this year,” Jones said. “He’s had some control problems in the past, but he was on top of his game tonight.” The coach said this is just the type of game he expects from his squad. “This was a well played game from both teams,” Jones said. “I’m proud of the way my guys battled and played with effort. We knew we had to come down here and

play solid to beat these guys, and, fortunately, we were able to do that.” The Bulldogs face Bluestone and Amelia to cap off the regular season and begin tournament play next Monday. They will host the number eight seed in the opening round. Buckingham...... 102 002 0 — 5 10 2 Goochland......... 000 130 0 — 4 6 1 Ayers and Baber. Brookman, Nuckols (6) and Pearce. L — Brookman. Highlights: Scott Pearce (G) 2 for 3, run, RBI; Trace Nixon (G) 1 for 2, run, RBI, sac.; T. Ayers (B) CG, 3 K’s, 6 H. Records: Buckingham n/r; Goochland 11-7, 11-1 James River

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is a free service of The Goochland Gazette. This space is only for nonprofit special events and service organizations in the county. To submit a notice, include only name, event, date, time, location and purpose. Also, include a contact name and phone number. Limit items to 75

Teen Craft Night at the Goochland Branch Library at 6 p.m. Make a cool duct tape craft to take home at the library. Pizza, drinks, and dessert provided by the Friends of Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information.

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(6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111), Fax, (7300476) clearly marked Community Calendar. For information, call 746-1235 Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deadline is Fri. 3 p.m.

Library, at 11:30 a.m. The Library is located at 3075 River Road West, in Goochland Courthouse. Ms. Gastanaga will speak about current news topics and answer questions concerning the Virginia ACLU. The event is open to the public, and all are welcome! For information, contact Nancy Bowles at 589-8461.

For the next Brownbag lunch meeting the Goochland Democratic Committee welcomes Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, the new Virgnia American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) executive director to the Goochland

TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

Saturday, May 19 Lawn and Garden tractor pull at 10 a.m. to benefit the Frog Level Volunteer Fire Department. Event located at Rt. 30, two miles west of 301 Intersection. For more information please call 690-9585.

Shibori Dyeing Workshop at the Goochland Branch Library at 1 p.m. Ages 13 and up. Textile artist Eve Barenholtz will teach you shibori-style dyeing techniques. Please bring an old item of dark colored clothing to dye. Sign up is required (minimum 10 participants). Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information.

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(Nick Maguire, Adam’s younger brother, is running the Bulldogs team, along with Valerie Pace’s son, Henry).

A yard sale will be held to benefit Mount Gilead Baptist Preschool. The sale will be held in Goochland on River Road (near Wells Fargo/Wachovia) from 8–1 Wednesday, May 23 p.m. Lots of great items and The James River Arts Yard sale in the Holland Hills all proceeds from the yard sale Community – two entrances will benefit the preschool fund Council will present the one off of River Road, one and preschool scholarship fund. Three Notch’d Road Baroque Ensemble at the Scottsville off of Bull Dog Way – neighPresbyterian Church at 7:30 borhood is across from the Sunday, May 20 p.m. The concert is free and high school, from 7-1 p.m. City Singers Children’s open to the public. A donaA portion of the proceeds Choirs will present their spring tion will be requested. will benefit Relay for Life

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concert at 4 p.m. The concert will take place at Christ Ascension Episcopal Church (1704 West Laburnum Avenue, Richmond, VA., 23227). This family-friendly event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 657-SONG (7664).

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Church Directory St. Francis Episcopal Church 1484 Hockett Road - Manakin Sabot, VA Sunday Worship Service: 11:00a.m Visit our website: stfrancisva.org

Residential for Rent â&#x2C6;Ť HOUSES UNFURNISHED LOOKING FOR TOTAL PRIVACY OR TO GET LOST BRADSHAW RD. GUM SPRING, VA. IS FOR YOU 2 bedrooms, 1.5 bath country home, florida room, family room, dining area, kitchen, rec. room, storage room, one car attached garage on 4 private acres. No Smoking $1150.00 month.

FAIRGROUNDS RD, MAIDENS, VA. Beautiful 2 bedroom, 2 bath, great room, dining rm, kitchen, No Pets, No Smoking, $1200.00 month.

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Cape, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, Great Room, Dining Room, Great Kitchen, Sun Room, Finished Full Basement with full Bath H.E., Geothermal Heat System, Wrap Around Porch, Beautiful Views, situated on 17.21 Acres with 255 Feet James River Frontage $1500.00 Month Brick Ranch - 3 bedroom, 1 Bath, Living room with F/P, Eat-in Country Kitchen, Utility Room, rear Patio. Available June 1st. $900.00 Mo.

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Former Motel on US-15       Bremo Bluff, VA Auction Onsite: Thursday, May 31st at 12pm REDEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY! 12room Skyview Motel located on 2.5Âą acres (zoned: BC) with long road frontage on US-15. Property is conveniently located near Fork Union Military Academy. Also it is just 30 miles southeast of Charlottesville & 50 miles northwest of Richmond in Fluvanna County. Preview: Thursday, May 17th (12-1pm) Broker participation welcomed!

Directions: Located at the intersection of State Route 612 (Winnsville Dr.) and US-15 (James Madison Hwy.). Just 1.5 miles southwest of Fork Union Military Academy on US-15

Sale Managers: George McDaniel (434) 546-9235 & Bill Bryant, CAI, AARE Terms: 5% Buyers Premium. 10% deposit at the auction. Full terms available online. VAAF93

Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150 TREE SERVICE Great Dane Tree Service LLC. Trimming, Topping & Removal. Minutes from Goochland Call 540-872-2600 TONY SMITHâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S TREE SERVICE Fully Insured. Free Estimates. Complete Tree Service. 24hr Storm Damage 1-804-314-0770, 1-434-589-2392

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Merchandise MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-340-0143. MEMORIAL DAY METAL BUILDINGS - Thousands off Factory Direct Pricing Now through Early June Availability includes 20x22, 24x25, MORE! While Available - Call Today (877) 410-7209.

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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 581 Manakin Towne Place Manakin Sabot, Virginia (Goochland County) Tax Map #62-28-17 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the name of Kevin M. Gerber and Monica R. Gerber dated December 19, 2008, recorded as Instrument #080004560 in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, which Noteholder is EVB, successor in interest to EVB Mortgage, LLC, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, either of whom may act, will offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, at the front entrance of the Goochland County Circuit Court, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on May 25, 2012 at 10:00 a.m., the following property: All that certain lot or parcel of land, together with improvements thereon and appurtenances thereto belonging, lying and being in the Dover District, Goochland County, Virginia and being known as Lot 17, Section VII, The Meadows at Manakin. In addition, sale shall be made subject to all existing easements and restrictive covenants as the same may lawfully affect the real estate. Property to be sold in "AS IS" condition without any warranties. Property shall be conveyed to the purchaser by special warranty deed. Terms of Sale: Cash, Cashier’s or Certified Check at sale made payable to Hill and Rainey Attorneys. Certified funds must be presented to Trustee for inspection at the start of sale in order to be qualified to bid. Bidding Increments: Not less than $100.00. A deposit of $10,000.00 will be required from the successful bidder at the time of sale with settlement within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Additional terms may be announced at the time of sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this communication is from a debt collector attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose.

Notice of Substitute Trustees’ Sale 82.05 Acres +/East of State Route 603, Tabscott Road Byrd District, Goochland County Pursuant to terms of Deed of Trust (the "Deed of Trust"), dated November 11, 2005, recorded in Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, VA (the "Clerk’s Office"), as Instrument No. 050006255, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness secured and at the request of the holder of the note evidencing such indebtedness, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, either of whom may act, duly substituted by appointment, will offer for sale at public auction at the front entrance of the building which houses the Circuit Court of the County of Goochland, VA, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063, on May 23, 2012, at 11:30 a.m. local time the real property described in the Deed of Trust and briefly described as 82.05 Acres, more or less, east of but not adjacent to State Route 603, Tabscott Road, mailing address 3183 Tabscott Road, 82.05 acres, more or less, according to plat of survey by Michael L. Parrish and Assoc., dated June 23, 1999, and recorded in the Clerk’s Office in Plat Cabinet C, Page 88, Tax Map 17-1-30. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Bidders deposit of $5,000.00 shall be required in CASH, CASHIER’S OR CERTIFIED CHECK at the time and place of sale; settlement in full within 30 days of sale date. Property is being sold "AS IS", subject to all restrictions, easements and conditions or matters of record which lawfully affect the title and the rights of parties in possession. Additional terms may be announced at time of sale. William L. Jeffries, Jr., Substitute Trustee Robert E. Kane, Jr., Substitute Trustee FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: William L. Jeffries, Jr., and Robert E. Kane, Jr., Substitute Trustees Kane & Jeffries, P.C. 1700 Bayberry Court, Henrico, VA 23226 (804) 288-1672 x 303

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, June 5th, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following: a. Countywide Ordinance Amendment to Article 3 (“Agricultural, Limited, District A-2”), Section 3 (“Conditional uses permitted by special exception”) and Article 30 (“Deinitions”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to deine the term “wastewater treatment plant” and to allow the same as a conditional use permitted by special exception in the A-2 Zoning District. b. District 5 CU-2012-00003 Application iled by Aqua Virginia, Inc. requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct and operate a “wastewater treatment plant” on Assessor’s Parcel No. 62-1-31-D (GPIN 7704-66-9181) located at 600 Hermitage Road at the intersection of River Road West and Hermitage Road. The property is zoned Agricultural, Limited (A-2) and is designated Rural Enhancement Area and Residential Minimum 1 Acre Lots in the Comprehensive Plan. The property is partially within Manakin Village.

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c. Countywide Ordinance Amendment to Article 21, Division 5, Section 18 (“Plan of Development”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) by revising the provisions related to the plan of development approval process.

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The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/ amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail:countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.

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