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Man-to-Man molds young men at GES By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

About 30 young boys from Goochland Elementary School trooped down to White Hawk Music Café Monday morning for the last meeting this year of the Man-to-Man Club, the innovative program started by departing GES Principal Stacey Austin. Austin said the Man-to-Man Club uses no instructional time, as the boys go straight from the bus to the cafeteria, where they spend their homeroom time talking about the “Word of the Week.” Words like courage, tenacity and

courtesy. Austin or another teacher gives a short talk, and then the boys break up in groups with adult male volunteers to talk. Austin said the program was designed to “meet the needs of boys who needed an extra layer of accountability and love.” It’s open to any young man who needs mentorship, said Austin. “It’s one of my favorite things I’ve ever done,” said Austin. At this week’s program, Goochland Rotary Club volunteer Frank Wentzel and Austin see Man-to-Man > page 4

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Toni Gregory of Grayhaven Winery serves Michael and Dianne Barr at The Rassawek Spring Jubilee Sunday in Columbia. The first time festival drew strong crowds both days to the scenic grounds where six wineries offered their wares.

A wine festival like no other: Spring Jubilee at Rassawek By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

“There’s nothing else like it,” said Ronnie Grizzard as he and his wife Penny headed back to the parking lot Sunday from the Rassawek Spring Jubilee. The Grizzards, from Emporia, are reg-

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ulars at wine festivals and said they were greatly impressed with Rassawek. “You could see that it was a community effort,” said Ronnie. “We’ve been to 75 or more of these, and we’ve never seen one like this one.” What impressed the Grizzards and many other visitors to the two-day festival

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was the variety of exhibits and entertainment, as well as the six vineyards that were represented. Sponsored by the Goochland Chamber of Commerce, the event was billed as the Spring Jubilee Heritage and Wine Festival. see Festival > page 2

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GES Principal Stacey Austin holds the first place award won by Mason Sims for his essay on Independence Day.

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Festival continued from > page 1 “We were very happy with the turnout for a first time event,” said Joe Liesfeld, member of the festival organizing committee, who said the event was more than just another wine festival. ‘We’re trying to show the culture of America,” said Liesfeld. “It’s a wine festival but it’s also a heritage festival.” Michael and Dianne Barr probably would probably have agreed. Sampling the bounty of the grape at Grayhaven Winery’s tent, Michael called the event “A fancy Field Day of the Past.” “The scenery is fantastic,” added Dianne. That scenery included lakes with old steam powered boats offering leisurely rides to visitors, plus the Rosalee Batteau for those interested in an older form of river traffic. Vintage cooking and blacksmithing demonstrations, Plein Air artists, 4H Club Livestock and archery, barnyard animals and a schedule of live music were among the other attractions. As were fishing poles and bait were available for youngsters (and grown-ups too) who wanted to try their luck at angling in one of the several lakes. Two cabins offered sites for exhibits and entertainment. Saylor Cabin, built in 1844, was moved to the property in 2003 from St. Paul’s Church Road in Goochland. The Cherokee Cabin, originally built in 1910, was moved from Cherokee Road in Richmond in 2006. Six wineries offered their wares for tasting: Byrd Cellars, Grayhaven, Saude Creek, Mattaponi, New Kent and First Colony Wineries drew tasters to their tents. Goochland Board of Supervisors Chairman William Quarles served as one of the many volunteers directing

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An antique steam engine hauls a triolley full of visitors aroune the grounds Sunday at The Rassawek Spring Jubilee. Below, Byrne Nelson works on a pole for use in poling a batteau, while in the background the Rosalee prepares to push off with a load of passengers for a brief pleasure cruise.

visitors. Quarles, besides giving general information, talked to visitors about the developing Tucker Park at Maidens. A vintage steam engine as well a horse drawn carriage and vintage cars offered transport around the widely dispersed

points of interest. There was even a replica still set up at a display by the Virginia ABC board, manned by a special agent, who confirmed that moonshine is still made in the state. Goochland Fire and Rescue

volunteers took care of parking the cars. It was hard work but enjoyable, said Company 4 District Chief Dean Dunn. “They leave here in a better mood than when they came in,” he said, summing up the day’s experience for many.


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Planning Commission discusses time limits on Conditional Use approvals By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

A Conditional Use Permit request prompted a lively discussion on time limits associated with the applications at last week’s Planning Commission meeting. Sarah and Claude Wilson requested an extension of their current CUP to operate a horse boarding facility on 27 acres in the southeastern portion of the county. Principal planner Tom Coleman recommended approval of the application for a 10-year period and pointed out the operation has had no complaints from neighbors in its many years of operation. Commissioner Lowe Lunsford questioned why the staff recommended only 10 years, and said he was under the impression longer periods

could be granted for operations that have displayed “a clear record of performance.� He said that the 10-year guideline was a reasonable starting point, but said some applications clearly deserve a longer period. District 5 representative Courtney Hyers agreed and said some CUPs could be open ended but suggested the panel seek advice from County Attorney Norman Sales. “If you are looking at making some changes to your historic practice, I suggest that you do so in a deliberate manner, so that it won’t be haphazard and you don’t hopscotch around. I think you are going to open yourself up to some liability if you don’t have some standards for certain type of uses,� he said.

“So, what you’re saying is that we shouldn’t be doing this on a case-by-case basis?� Hyers asked. Sales said that addressing policy would be the “better approach.� The panel recommended approval of the application, and placed a 20-year time limit on the agreement. Eugene Bryce cast the only dissenting vote and said “a lot can change in 20 years.� The commission also considered an application for a used car lot in the Centerville area on Broad Street. There are four dealers located on the current site. Jody Crown said her operation is mainly wholesale, and there are usually only four to six vehicles parked on her lot. She also assured the panel that

most of her business is internet based and produces very little traffic or volume at the actual site. The application recommendation was approved unanimously. S. B. Cox requested a CUP to open a concrete production facility on Lanier Lane in the existing business park. Darvin Satterwhite represented the applicant, and said they wanted to move the current location on Broad Street to the Lanier Lane site. The company has operated in Centerville on Broad Street for 15 years, and Satterwhite said ‘the highest and best use of the property on Broad Street is probably not a concrete plant.� He said the move would see Planning > page 16

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Man-to-Man continued from > page 1 handed out awards to the three boys with the best essays in the “Gold Coin Prose Contest.” The topic was “What Independence Day Means to Me.” Mason Sims took first, winning a gold coin. Ethan Diggs was first runner up and Reggie Blizzard was third. “I am proud,” said Reggie on receiving his award, a jar of pennies that Wentzel said he hoped the third place winner would turn into a gold coin by winning first place next year. Each winner had his name drawn from a secret envelope

“Seventy five riders die each year in Virginia from motorcycle accidents,” he said in a recent interview, and more than 4,000 die nationwide. “That’s seven and a half jumbo jets full of people,” said Lawrence. “We wouldn’t stand for that.” RAA based the idea of the Rider Alert cards on a program called CRASH Card, which was developed in the United Kingdom two years ago by the Ambulance Motorcycle Club. Since its creation, more than 325,000 CRASH Cards have been distributed to riders in Europe. Lawrence said there are about 100,000 registered motorcycle riders in Virginia. Fifteen thousand cards have already been produced for the state, he said. In addition to giving first responders valuable medical information about the rider, the cards can prompt motorcyclists to think about their riding habits. “It makes the rider think about their own safety,” he said. Deputy EMS Chief Eddie Ferguson said Goochland is a popular area for motorcycle riders. Which can mean accidents. “Lots of motorcyclists like to ride through Goochland,” said Ferguson. “In the last three weeks there have been several motorcycle accidents in the county,” said Ferguson. Lawrence said the cards are free and can be picked up at all fire and rescue stations in Goochland. Other distribution points

by Wentzel, accompanied by a drum roll provided by White Hawk owner Terry Hazelton. Each boy then got a corn dog and, since it was the last meeting of the year, each boy who wanted to got a chance to come to the mike and tell which was his favorite Manto-Man meeting. “The first day was my favorite day,” said one young man. “I got to meet a lot of good friends.” Along with Wentzel and Hazelton, volunteers Brad Jackson, Richard Carchman, Adeeb Hamzey and Dave Duvall sat in the back. As the boys got down to the business of eating their corn dogs,

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the volunteers talked about the program. “The potential is enormous,” said Hamzey. Carchman said the Goochland Rotary Club had recently pledged financial support for next year that would cover the cost of food for programs at all three elementary schools, if sponsors in each school can be found to run them. Austin is leaving for a new job as prinicpal of Robius Elemenentary School in Chesterfield. “I want to make sure the program continues,” said Austin, who said he has seen rewards in improvement in grades and discipline as a result

of Man-to-Man. Austin said the Rotary’s financial and volunteer commitment was crucial, and he promised to write a curriculum for the program for whoever steps forward to lead it next year. As well as benefitting the boys, Austin said he was surprised at how much he and the volunteers got from the program. “I jumped out of bed every Monday morning and got to school early for it,” said Austin, who although he is leaving Goochland, is not ready to give up his Man-to-Man program. “It will be a part of any school I go to,” he said.


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All over, including the shouting By the time our readers see this edition in print, the school board budget should be set, after the May 24 workshop meeting. Goochland Superintendent Linda Underwood said Monday that all is not finalized, however, as discussion was being given to retaining golf at Goochland High School. But the five teachers who received Reduction in Force letters May 11, which concerned so many, are still slated to go, although one has resigned for another job. Underwood said that the RIF process allows for the process to go forward before the final approval of the budget and if need be, a RIF letter can be withdrawn if funds should be found or if the School Board should not concur with the recommendations. That is not likely to occur, said the superintendent, since the recommendations for all proposed budget reductions in the package presented May 10 were the result of consultation by the superintendent with the board members and approval is expected. As contracts are also scheduled to be approved at the May 24 workshop meeting, it was necessary to issue the RIF letters before budget approval, the same process as was followed last year, said Underwood.

Elementary Principal Stacey Austin designed to provide mentoring to boys at GES. Austin started the program while at Randolph Elementary School and brought it to GES this year when he was transferred. It’s hard to imagine a more worthwhile activity and actually, with the generous sponsorship of the Goochland Rotary Club, things are looking pretty good provided the new GES principal supports it. According to Rotary member Richard Carchman, the club is providing enough money to fund a Man to Man program at Byrd and Randolph too, if leadership can be found at those schools. Let’s hope it continues at GES and is started back up at RES and comes to BES for the first time – the boys will surely benefit.

That seemed to be the verdict of many who attended the Spring Jubilee at Rassawek over the weekend. With exhibits and historic structures galore spread over a beautiful landscape of rolling hills, ponds and vineyards in western Goochland, visitors had an opportunity to enjoy the produce from six different wineries while enjoying an array of heritage exhibits. For a first time attempt, it appeared All over unless someone no effort was spared to entice the festival picks up where Austin goers to return next year. Congratulations are in order for all the sponsors and volleft off unteers who pitched in to make the event That would be the fate of the Man a success. to Man program (see page 1 story), an initiative of departing Goochland - Ken Odor

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Usher at Saint Bridget Catholic Church. He was a member of the Richmond Country Club, Kanawha Recreation Association and the Virginia Powerboat Association. Mike was active in boating, skiing and golf. Always devoted to his family, he was an amazing husband, father, son, brother, uncle and friend. The family received friends Thursday, May 12, 2011 at Bliley’s - Central, 3801 Augusta Ave. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday, May 13, 2011 at St. Bridget Catholic Church. Graveside sersee Obituaries > page 9

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Warriner and husband, George, of Bon Air; brother, Kenneth Clayton Parker and wife, Jeanette, of Deland, Florida; a niece, Rita Smith; and nephews, Steve and John Warriner, Dale, Lowery, Jeffrey, Parker and Carol Henley. Lois graduated from the Medical College of Virginia School of Nursing, class of 1947. She became a registered nurse and worked for the I.V.N.A. in Richmond for two years. In 1950, she became the Public Health Nurse in Goochland County and worked until she retired with 34 years of service with the State Health Dept. During her years of service, she was involved in many civic organizations: a member of the American Cancer Society board for 47 years, Goochland Family Services American Red Cross, Fire and Rescue, charter member of Goochland Woman’s club and others. She was a member of Dover Baptist Church and Director of Womens Missionary

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Jordan Celestine Simpson Jordan, age 92, departed this life on Sunday, May 15, 2011 in Powhatan, Va. Mrs. Jordan was an educator for over 42 years in Goochland and Powhatan Public School Systems. She is survived by her daughter, Barbara J. Mayo (Bernard); three grandchildren, Benita Mayo, J. B. Mayo, Dallas Mayo (Katrice); one greatgrandson, Joshua Ethan; sisterin-law, Bessie Simpson; brother-in-law, Alfred Johnson; and

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Cougars fall in VISAA title to Bulldog onslaught BY DAVE LAWRENCE Special Correspondent

By stepping on the field Saturday, Meredith Donahue provided the emotional high point of Virginia Independent School’s Division I girls soccer championship game. The senior, a Collegiate team captain who had been unable to play this season because of an injury, took the kickoff and sent the ball out of bounds. Donahue stepped off the field, and without her the second-seeded Cougars settled into a hard-fought slog against long-time rival Norfolk Academy. And a slog it was. The topseeded Bulldogs relentlessly attacked Collegiate’s defense and eventually cracked it, scoring two goals in a three-minute span in the second half to claim a 2-0 victory. Collegiate planned on playing a defensive game. They needed to. The Bulldogs fired 24 shots on goal, compared to just three for the Cougars. “I think you could tell from the shot total that what we were doing was working. We just weren’t finding the back of the net,” said Norfolk Academy head coach Rich Peccie. “I think in the first half that if a couple of those shots had gone in, then maybe we would have taken some of the fire out of them.” Collegiate keeper Gianna Tondini anchored the Cougars’ defense with 16 saves, but with so many shots coming her way, one or two were bound to get past her. The first came in the 48th minute when Riley Tata fed the ball to Holley Beasley, who crashed through the Cougar defense to score. Rachel Shapiro, assisted by Mary Rives Dougherty, scored the Bulldogs’ next goal in the 51st minute.

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“It’s a common thing in soccer. Once a goal is scored, you often see one of the teams, if not both of the teams, let down,” Peccie said. “We talked about getting that first goal and pressuring them to try to get that second one. That’s what we were able to do. They had been working so hard defensively, that once we got that goal, there was a collective letdown.” The let-down did not last for long, and, the game settled back into the defensive battle it had been before. Collegiate hung tough. The Bulldogs took the bulk of the shots, but the Cougars kept the ball out of the net. “We knew they weren’t going to give up, they weren’t going to let up,” Peccie said. “They played a more defensive game, and then they tried to beat us in transition. They were hoping they would break through for one.” The Cougars nearly succeeded in breaking through in the sixth minute, but Bulldog keeper Aekta Javia’s diving save kept the game scoreless. “We took a lot of lumps this season, but we didn’t back

down,” said Collegiate coach Bill Rider. “We learned something from every game.” Peccie complimented Collegiate for its ability to play his Bulldogs so tough. “We tried to play the kind of soccer that we’ve been playing all season long,” Peccie said. “They really disrupt us – something about the Norfolk Academy-Collegiate rivalry.” Rider said the Cougars knew from the start they need-

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ed to play tough on defense. “We knew that we had to be committed with defense first and then try to counter-punch,” Rider said. “We knew we’d have to be selective, take some punches and wait for opportunities. We weren’t going to beat them in an up-and-down the field track meet.”

Rider said his Cougars would have preferred to win, but it was a good night nonetheless. “All you can do at the end of a game is determine if you really gave it everything you had,” Rider said. “There were smiles coming off that field because I think every one of

them knew they didn’t leave anything behind. … I’m so proud of those girls.” Collegiate................................ 0 0 – 0 Norfolk Academy.................... 0 2 – 2 NA – Beasley (Tata), 48th minute NA – Shapiro (Dougherty), 51st minute Shots: Collegiate 3, Norfolk 24. Saves: Tondini (C) 16, Javia (NA) 2. Records: Collegiate 12-9-3, Norfolk Academy 21-1

Potomac stops Collegiate tennis in VISAA Cougars foiled in bid for third straight title BY ARTHUR UTLEY Media General News Services

Two-time defending champion Collegiate made adjustments in its doubles teams, but Potomac School thwarted the strategy to capture its first Virginia Independent Schools Division I boys tennis title. Potomac defeated Collegiate 6-3 on Saturday at Collegiate’s Robins Campus tennis facility in Goochland County. Potomac led 4-2 at the end of singles play. Max Schnur and

Brady Straus, the Cougars’ top two players, won their matches 10-3 and 10-7, respectively. Potomac won at Nos. 3-6. Needing to sweep the doubles, Collegiate coach Chris Conquest split his No. 1 doubles team, Schur and Straus. “It was tough being down 4-2. Our only chance to win 5-4 was to do that,” Conquest said. Potomac’s No. 3 doubles team of Jack Kingley and Jessie Liu built an 8-2 lead in the 10game proset format and went on to defeat Gordon Gunn and Austin Palmore 10-7 and secure the deciding fifth point.

Collegiate had to shuffle the singles lineup after No. 3 Michael Perel suffered a stress fracture in his back during a nonschool tournament about three weeks ago. Potomac 6, Collegiate 3 Singles: Max Schnur (C) d. Zach Hublitz 10-3; Brady Straus (C) d. Ned Mandel 10-7; Josh Hublitz (P) d. Andrew Elliott 10-0; Chris Dale (P) d. Turner Willett 10-8; Jessie Liu (P) d. Gordon Gunn 10-6; Austin Chiles (P) d. Austin Palmore 10-8. Doubles: Schnur-Willett (C) d. Z. Hublitz-J. Hublitz 11-9; MandelDale (P) d. Straus-Elliott 10-4; Jack Kingsley- Liu (P) d. Gunn Palmore 10-7.

GIRLS LACROSSE Christine Thexton scored Collegiate’s only two goals as the Cougars lost 18-2 to Stephen’s/St. Agnes in the VISAA Division I girls lacrosse championship match at Old Dominion University. Collegiate............................. 1 1 — 2 SS/SA................................... 9 9 — 18 C: Thexton 2 S: Phillips 4, Reed 4, Dyson 3, Austin 3, Voorhees, Davidson, Cavallo Assists: Dyson (S) 4, Austin (S), Reed (S), Phillips (S), Lavie (S), Chasin (S). Saves: Berents (C) 2; Wiseman (S) 8, Johnson (S) 2 Records: Collegiate 18-8; St. Stephen’s/ St. Agnes 31-2


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Goochland softball takes another step Bulldogs eliminate Western in JD tourney BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

It’s their turn to shine. The Goochland varsity softball squad is carrying the county banner in spring sports this year, and the team took another step forward in the opening round of the Jefferson District Tournament. The Bulldogs defeated Western Albemarle 3-1, to advance to the semifinals of the tournament this Tuesday at Louisa. A win by the Bulldogs would put them in the championship game Thursday in Charlottesville. “I thought we played good defense tonight and only made one error,” said Goochland coach Amy Henneberger. “We moved some runners around when we had to and got them

in scoring position. It was a little closer than I wanted, but we won the game and get to keep playing.” If the Bulldogs defeat the Lions on Tuesday, they advance to regional play despite what happens in the championship game. Goochland has two wins over Louisa in the regular season but tournament play heightens the competitive level. Henneberger is hoping her team can continue to play at their best and do the things that got them this far. “We need to keep playing good defense and hitting the ball,” she said. “I wish we could have scored a few more runs tonight.” Both teams scored in the first inning, but the Bulldogs took the lead in the second when Jesse Leroy scored the second of her three runs. She scored again in the fourth when Chakiryn Jackson

belted a double, plating Leroy for the third time. The shortstop went 2-for-3 for the game. “Chakiryn got a big RBI for us with that hit,” Henneberger said. Bulldog pitcher Kaytlyn Jones shut down the Warrior offense, and the Goochland defense played its consistent and reliable brand of softball. They’ll need to continue on their current streak to defeat the Lions and advance to the championship game. “I feel like we’ve been playing well, and if we continue to do the things we do well, we should be ok,” Henneberger said. The Bulldogs handed the Lions an 11-0 thumping two weeks ago, and the coach said it would take one of those caliber performances to get a third win against them. “We played them last week and did a great job at the plate and moving base runners. It was a total team effort. That’s

what we need to do again.” W. Albemarle......... 100 0000- 1 5 2 Goochland............. 110 100x- 3 4 1 Dunnsmore and Seely; K. Jones and Tester. Highlights: Jesse Leroy (G) 2 for 3, 3 runs; Jordan Fleming (G) 1 for 2, RBI; Chakiryn Jackson (G) 1 for 2, 2B, RBI; Emmy Kahn (WA) 2 for 3, 2 2Bs, RBI. Records: Western Albemarle n/r; Goochland 13-5, 11-3 Jefferson

BASEBALL Tyler Dudley was 2-for-4 with a home run as Fluvanna defeated Goochland 8-2 in the Jefferson District baseball tournament quarterfinal. Goochland.......... 002 000 0 — 2 8 2 Fluvanna............. 006 011 x — 8 7 1 McGuire,Goyne (5) and Ragland; Barringer, Dudley (7) and Algieri. W — Barringer. L — McGuire. Highlights: Tyler Dudley (F) 2 for 4, HR; Chase Brookman (G) 2 for 4, run; Scott Ragland (G) 3 for 3, Trent Dankos (G) 1 for 2, run, SB Records: Goochland 6-13, 4-10 Jefferson; Fluvanna 11-8, 10-4 Photo by Jim Ridolphi

At right: Goochland’s Kaytlyn Jones went the distance for the Bulldogs

GMS Eagles cap good season with nice win Submitted by Dave Falconer

The Goochland Middle School baseball season started with a great 15-inning win at home versus Louisa 10-9. Last week, it ended with great win at home versus Powhatan, 6-3 to finish with a 9-3 record. It was an awesome season from start to finish. In a game versus Collegiate, the Eagles were down 8-0 and ended up winning 10-8. The team has 20 players made up of seven eighth graders, 11 seventh graders and two sixth graders. All of them played and contributed this year. The hitting stars of the team were Seth Trice and Noah Doczi. The pitching stars were

Hunter Bailey and Coleman Duty. Here are a few game saving plays we made on defense this year to help the Eagles win. Centerfielder Cory Alexander had to run down a ball that was hit way over the outfielders. He got to it so quickly, turned and threw a strike to shortstop Reid Chenault. Reid then turned and fired a strike home to catcher Noah Doczi to tag the runner at home. Another amazing play was when Coleman was on the mound. He dove after a bunted ball, caught it and threw a strike to Reid at second base for a great double play. In the same game second baseman Andrew Harcum ran down a pop up in short right field behind first base. Harcum

had to go about 60 feet to make the play and save a few runs from scoring. In another game, Nathan Bussells made an outstanding play while catching. It was a swinging third strike in the dirt and Nathan had to go get the ball. He hustled after it, slid to get it, got up and threw a strike to first base for the out. It was yet another amazing play for the Eagles. Every game we made great plays to help save a few runs from scoring. Rounding out the rest of the Eagle baseball team are Ben Poff, Matt Payne, Michael Nadder, Chase Doczi, Matthew Ashley, Connor Lane, Kendall Dolan, Chris Scriber, Nick Norman, Evan

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The Goochland Middle School Eagle baseball team finished the season with a 9-3 record and notable performances from a variety of players.

Falconer, Jeb Anderson and Mark Plummer, Jim Starke start to finish, the kids hustled Tanner Bradshaw. The team and Goochland High School and played hard. What a fun was coached by Dave Falconer, student Colton Sullivan. From season of Eagle baseball.


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Free college financial planning night, at 7 p.m. at the Goochland Library, 3075 River Rd. W., no cost to attend, but reservations are required. For more information please call 381-0146.

Joel McKean USAF Ret. Colors will be presented by The Marine Veterans Color Guard and music will be provided by Dockside Harmony Quartet of The Virginians Barbershop Chorus. Contact 708-0513 for assistance.

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Goochland County’s Memorial Day Ceremony, conducted by American Legion Post 215, will take place at the Goochland County Courthouse Green at 10 a.m. The inclement weather sight will be the Goochland High School Auditorium. The Guest of Honor will be Brigadier General

Children’s Home Society of Virginia is offering an orientation for people interested in finding out more about adopting older children from the foster care system. Participants will discover the myths surrounding the adoption of older children and can view photos of waiting children. There will be time for questions.

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Monday, June 6 The Goochland High School Cheerleaders are having a cheerleading clinic June 6-8 from 912 p.m. in the Goochland High School gymnasium. This clinic is open to all girls ages 5-12 who are interested in exploring all of the fundamentals of cheerleading from tumbling, dancing, doing cheers and chants, jumping, and stunting! The camp will be led by Coach Gordon with the

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assistance of Coach Curfman as well as the GHS Varsity and J.V. Cheerleaders. The cost of the clinic is $25 if you sign up by June 1st. After June 1st, the registration fee will be $30. All campers will receive a t-shirt. Checks made payable to Goochland High School. Please drop off or mail your completed application to GES care of Bethany Gordon at 3150 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063. Applications can be printed off at http://blogs.glnd.k12.va.us/teachers/ghscheer.

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Community Flea Market, 8-2 p.m. Sponsored by Goochland Baptist Church, 2454 Manakin Road, Manakin-Sabot. 2.5 miles north of corner of Broad St. and Manakin Rd. Space fees will go to our children and youth ministries with 10% going to Goochland County Food Bank. For more Saturday, June 11 information call church office The 1st annual Mount Gilead 749-3522. Rain date June 18.

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Suspect involved in domestic dispute at location on Smith Rd. Suspect committed petit larceny at location on Valpark Dr. Suspect committed grand larceny at location on Old Columbia Rd.

Obituaries continued from > page 10 Ruth Hundley Turner and was the wife of the late Charles Morris Lawrence. She was also preceded in death by a daughter, Lola Lawrence; two sisters, Frances

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Lester and Gladys Stratton; two brothers, Claude Swanson Turner, Jr. and Harry Turner. Mrs. Lawrence was a member of First Baptist Church of Collinsville where she was very active in church activities and was a member of the Friendship Club. She

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also was a member of the Senior Citizens Group at Jones Chapel Church of The Brethren. Mrs. Lawrence had worked as a seamstress at Lacy Manufacturing in Martinsville for more than 20 years before retirement. Surviving are four daughters and sons-inlaw, Judy Lawrence Clay and husband Mike Clay of Blackstone,VA, Marie Lawrence Winn and husband Mike Winn and Elizabeth Lawrence Pearce and husband Craig Pearce all of Goochland, Va. and Lois Lawrence Mattingly and husband Chris Mattingly

of Cobb Island, Md.; a son and daughter-in-law, Morris Earl Lawrence and wife Carolyn Lawrence of Martinsville; a sister, Ruth Williams of Martinsville; a brother,Harold Turner of Lawton, Okla.; seven grandchildren, Chase Lawrence, Kelly Lawrence, Kirsten Clay McCormick, Sarah Clay Fitzgerald, Michael Clay, Scott Pearce and Jonathan Mattingly; eight great-grandchildren, Rebecca McCormick, Leighanne McCormick, Koty Fitzgerald, Kaleb Fitzgerald, Kasey Fitzgerald, Caitlyn Clay,

Abigail Mattingly and Logan Mattingly. The funeral was held at Norris Funeral Services and Crematory, Martinsville Chapel, Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Reverend Larry Cheeks officiated. The family received friends at the funeral home, Tuesday, May 24, 2011 and at the home of her son, Earl Lawrence, Barrows Mill Rd., Martinsville, Va. Graveside services were held at Roselawn Burial Park, Martinsville, Va. Norris Funeral Services, Inc. and Crematory, Martinsville, Va. is serving the Lawrence family.

Modestine F. Mealy, 92, of Goochland, departed this life Monday, May 16, 2011. She is survived by her devoted family. The family received friends at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 19, 2011, at St. Joseph’s Shrine of Katharine Drexel, Columbia, Va. Father Gerald Musuubire officiated.

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is in the process of moving some of those materials. Lunsford requested a limited list of materials that could be stored on the property, incorporating only the ones that can be used in concrete production. Satterwhite agreed. Phil Roper owns an adjacent commercial property to the proposed site, and expressed concern over the application. He has two, 12,000 sq. feet buildings next to the Cox site. Satterwhite said there is a possibility that a berm could provide some separation, and

trees could be planted atop the elevated area. Owen Lanier, developer of Lanier Industrial Park, said he supported the application. He also stated that Roper bought the property with full knowledge that he was adjacent to heavy industrial use zoning. The Planning Commission recommended approval, with a limit to concrete production only, and cut the original four entrance request to three. Lunsford said he recommended removing any landscaping

requirements on the site, which was included in the approval and passed unanimously. The commission deferred action on an ordinance revision addressing abandoned vehicles and trailers in the county that specifically affect farm utility vehicles. Chairman James Melton appointed Joe Andrews and Eugene Bryce to a committee to study the proposals. The panel will elect new officers at next month’s meeting.

continued from > page 3 gradual and not immediate, probably taking place over the next three to five years. Lunsford said if the current facility on Broad Street is any indication, business park neighbors should be worried. “I went by this property, and it is a disgrace what is out there now. There are asphalt tailings piled up, and it looks like a West Virginia dog pile.” Satterwhite said the company

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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE SALE 4345 Windsor Lake Drive Louisa, VA. 23093 In execution of a Deed of Trust from Polly G. York dated September 29, 2003 and recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, Virginia, as instrument number 030006546, securing a loan which was originally $97,600.00. Default having occurred in the payment of the Note thereby secured, and at the request of the holder of said Note, the undersigned Substitute Trustees will offer for sale at public auction at the County of Goochland Circuit Courthouse, 2938 River Road West, the main entrance, Goochland, Virginia on June 7, 2011 at 1:30 PM, the property described in said Deed of Trust, located at the above address and briefly described as: Lot 6, Windsor Park. Tax ID/PIN: 5-3-6 The property will be conveyed by Special Warranty Deed, subject to all existing easements, restrictions and any other conditions that may affect title to the property. The Noteholder reserves the right to bid at the said sale. TERMS: CASH: A bidder’s deposit of $5,000.00, cash or certified check, will be required at the time of sale with the settlement and full payment of the purchase price within (15) fifteen days from the date of the sale. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustee a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding. This notice is an attempt to collect on a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Loan Type: CONV VT1124336 FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Between 8 - 11 AM Nectar Projects, Inc. - Substitute Trustees P.O. Box 2848 Purcellville VA 20134 (540) 751-1260 ASAP# 4001047 05/26/2011, 06/02/2011 TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 106 HICKORY DRIVE, Manakin Sabot, VA 23103 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $225,741.50, with an annual interest rate of 6.1200% from DONALD S. LAMBERT AND LYN J. LAMBERT dated September 13, 2005, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Book/Instrument #050005269, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction on the front steps at the Circuit Court building for the County of Goochland located at 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on June 15, 2011 at 5:15 PM, the property with improvements to wit: LOT 5, BLOCK D, SECTION B, SUBDIVISION MANAKIN FARMS, DEED BOOK 322, PAGE 232, RECORDED DATE 02/21/1995. AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 62-3-D-5) THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $15,000.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or cashier’s check. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustees may forfeit deposit. Additional terms to be announced at sale. Loan type: Conventional. Trustee’s File No. 11-214940D. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O Shapiro & Burson, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, VA 23462 (757) 687-8777

Goochland County Economic Development Strategic Plan Community Meetings You are welcome to join a discussion on the production of an Economic Development Strategic Plan for Goochland County hosted by our consultant, Mr. John Rhodes, with Moran, Stahl & Boyer. Two meeting dates have been set. You are welcome to attend either or both.

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Attention Goochland County Taxpayers Real Estate Tax bills for the first half of 2011 have been mailed. If you have not received your bill(s), please contact the Treasurer’s Office at (804) 556-5806 before the due date. First half tax bills are due to be paid by Monday, June 6, 2011. Bills not paid by this date are subject to a 10% penalty on the first day after the due date. Interest on unpaid bills will accrue at a rate of 10% per year beginning the first day of the first month after the due date. Failure to receive a bill does not constitute relief of payment of taxes or penalties and interest. United States Postal Service postmarks, not business postal meter stamps, establish the timeliness of mailed payments. To pay by credit card, log on to www.officialpayments.com or call1-888-2PAYTAX and use the Goochland County jurisdiction code 1031. Check or money order payments may be mailed to the Treasurer of Goochland County, P.O. Box 188, Goochland, VA 23063. Payments may also be made in person at the Treasurer’s Office in the Goochland County Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, VA between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. In addition, payments may be dropped in the Drop Box located on the side of the Administration Building next to Sandy Hook Road. Please call the Treasurer’s Office at (804)556-5806 for further information. Pamela Cooke Johnson Interim Treasurer

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Moody Middle School student reads her poem at the White House Contributed Report Moody Middle School student Moira Bass read her poem “Shana” last week at an “An Evening of Poetry,” one of the first lady’s cultural gatherings at the White House. The event was hosted by the Obamas in a celebration of American poetry and prose. It was preceded by an afternoon workshop for students from across the country. First Lady Michelle Obama addressed the students from around the

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By Lane Burgess Contrtibuting Writer “It’s kind of scary to dance on it; I go to the edge for the really high notes,” says Conner Schmitz, who played Josh in Deep Run High School’s recent production of “Big: the musical.” He’s referring to a handmade, oversized, foot-operated piano on which he performs two duets: “Heart and Soul” and

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Ursula White, seller of handmade wedding accessories in the online marketplace, Etsy. com, will advise you how to get started and share her experience and best tips to be a success. For more information and to register, call 290-9700. (Card number required.)

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has its own socket, light bulb, switch, and elastic mechanism to pull the key back up after a person steps off of it. “They love it,” says drama teacher Sheryl Gibson, speaking of the students in the play. “Today is the first time they saw it light up. They were ‘ooing’ and ‘awing’ over it.”

In the future, he plans to become a professional light designer. He began by making a computer aided drafting (CAD) mockup of the keyboard in Google SketchUp, a program he taught himself. He then bought the wood, sockets and bulbs. Lane Burgess is the editor of “When you step on a key, it the Henrico Schools Division’s flips a switch and turns on a light monthly “School Days Online” bulb in that key,” he explains. publication. Each key is independent and

Area residents looking to jump back into the residential real estate market can get information and advice at the Henrico Homebuyer Workshop, set for 8-10 a.m. Saturday, May 21 at the Henrico Training Center, 7701 E. Parham Road. Presented by Henrico County and the Richmond Association of Realtors, the workshop is free and open to the public. Topics include what to do — and what not to do — when purchasing a home; what to expect from short sales and foreclosures; and lender information such as requirements, changes and potential stumbling blocks for obtaining a

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