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Young cartoonist takes on issues of the day By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

The national debt. Foreign policy. The budget. Brandon Myrick, 12, thinks about all these things. And he worries. Then he draws cartoons about them. “Mom calls me the ‘World worrier,’” said Brandon last week while taking a break from his work at Bear

Technologies, LLC in Goochland. The company, an engineering startup, is owned by his parents, Tom and Karron Myrick. A rising 8th grader at Goochland Middle School, Brandon got turned on to political cartoons after a recent visit to The Holocaust Museum in Richmond, where he picked up a book see Cartoonist > page 2

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Goochland County consultant John Rhodes addresses Rachel Parker at Tuesday’s Economic Development meeting. Rhodes agreed with Parker that broadband internet is essential to county growth.

Meeting explores growth ideas By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

Does Goochland County want to grow, increase its tax base and become a destination for businesses looking to locate in Central Virginia? Or is Goochland County happy with staying as it is and letting other localities reap the benefits of commerce and growth?

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These are questions being asked frequently these days by John Rhoades of Moran, Stahl and Boyer, a consulting firm from Sarasota, Florida hired to help the county created an action plan to move forward and realize its untapped potential. Rhoades led a public meeting last week at the government Administration Building that attracted 22 interested citizens to talk about growing Goochland

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County. “Goochland is an interesting county,” he said. “On one end of the county, you have tremendous amounts of farm land, wetlands and other area that people probably want left alone. On the other end, the county shares a boundary with Henrico County, and you have an area made for development. see Meeting > page 4

SPORTS Are participation fees in the future for Goochland sports? > page 9

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Budding cartoonist Brandon Myrick gives his idea of the national debt in one of his recent cartoons.

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Cartoonist continued from > page 1 of political cartoons called “Dr. Seuss Goes to War,� which he credits with helping to spark his interest in drawing cartoons, along with his art teacher Amanda Tolson-Valenzuela. A civics and economics class also got him interested in politics and the economy, he said. “We watched CNN Student News and had to write an article each week,� he said. Then during the SOL testing period he brought his Dr. Seuss book to school to look at during his down time. That’s when he started drawing the political cartoons. He’s only done seven cartoons so far, but has plans for more. Brandon is particularly concerned about government

spending, the subject of two of his cartoons. His first cartoon was “The yearly wallet dump,� depicting an upside down wallet emptying out all the bills for taxes. His cartoon depicting the national debt calculator delivers a simple message – 2 MUCH! The cartoon makes its point by contrasting the technical aspect of keeping track of the nation’s debt with the simple realization shared by many that the country has borrowed too much. “You don’t even need to do the math,� he explained. “I think the government doesn’t realize we don’t have enough money,� said Brandon. “If you already owe your friend $14 billion how can you ask for more money,� he questioned. It’s safe to say Brandon is not in favor of more deficit

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spending. Just to make things fair, he wonders why spending cuts can’t just be made across the board, say five percent from all government programs, “So no one is treated unfairly,� he explained. When he’s not drawing cartoons, Brandon is active in Boy Scout Troop 710. He’s also a member of the LEGO Robotics team at GMS. And he’ll be going to the Governor’s School this summer. Does he want to be a political cartoonist when he grows up? That’s unclear. He thinks he might want to get a job with LEGO. “It would be cool to work there and design new models,� he said. But he plans to continue with his cartoons too. “I enjoy this because it’s a good way to express myself,� said Brandon.





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The steel framework looms on the site of HCA’s planned free standing emergency center in West Creek. HCA said last week the center is on schedule to open by year’s end.

HCA ER to open by year’s end By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

HCA spokesperson Karen Nelson, speaking from the construction site, said the free standing emergency center which will form the nucleus of a medical complex for HCA in West Creek is on schedule to open before the end of the year. “A lot of things are happening,� said Nelson, standing near the steel beams of the 12,500 square foot facility. “In a project of this scope we work with many entities,� she said when asked if delays were over. Earlier this spring Assistant County Administrator Don Charles said that Goochland County’s building permit was

ready and the county was waiting on a letter from HCA saying that any issues with regulatory agencies had been resolved. Any such issues have apparently been resolved and construction is underway. “It is exciting to see the HCA project moving forward. The Building permit for the project has been issued and Goochland sees no obstacles that would prevent HCA from opening as scheduled. It is a pleasure to work with HCA on this project,� said Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson in a recent email to the Gazette. Project Engineer Eric Watson said the roof should be up by the end of June. A crew of about

10 is currently working at the site, a figure that should increase to about 100 later, mostly local contractors, said Watson. “It’s a really fast moving job,� said Watson. Watson said one of the innovations of the building, the first phase of a complex planned to include a medical office building and a hospital, is a geo-thermal underground well system, which will use energy transfer to help heat and cool the building. Located on a 60-acre tract near the intersection of Route 288 and Tuckahoe Parkway East, the facility will have 12 patient treatment centers, a CT scanner, ultrasound, x-ray equipment, a medical laboratory and a pharmacy.


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NEWS: What’s Going on in Goochland County

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FOIA lawsuit against schools fails Goochland Circuit Court Judge Timothy K. Sanner ruled in favor of the defendants last week in a lawsuit against Goochland Superintendent of Schools Linda Underwood and School Board Chairman Ivan Mattox. Plaintiff Michael McDermott had asked the court to order Underwood and Mattox to comply with his Freedom of Information Act request for email addresses collected by the schools for the purpose of meeting and event notification. School administration contacted those on its list after the FOIA request was received, giving them the opportunity to request their email addresses not be disclosed.

It furnished McDermott 1,110 email addresses after 582 parents opted out as a result of the communication from school administration. McDermott argued that the “opt out� option must be provided before a FOIA request is received. During the proceeding, Mattox was removed as a defendant in response to a motion by schools attorney Andrea Erard. Judge Sanner ruled in favor of the remaining defendant, Underwood, according to Erard, saying that, in light of the obligations and responsibilities

imposed on public bodies by both the Virginia Freedom of Information Act as well as the Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act, that Underwood’s actions permitted a balancing of responsibilities under both laws in affording parents the opportunity to opt out of having their email addresses made public. “I am pleased with the court’s ruling and I appreciate the court’s thoroughness in reviewing the pleadings. The members of the Goochland School Board and Dr. Underwood take their respon-

sibilities under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act very seriously and work hard to comply with the law.� The suit was dismissed with prejudice, meaning it cannot be refiled. McDermott said Monday that the school’s motion to dismiss was sent to him by regular mail at the last minute and he had not received it before the hearing. “The judge gave me time to look at it,� said McDermott. McDermott also said the judge agreed that the law was vague and needed to be clarified by the General Assembly.

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UDAs to be renamed By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Urban Density Areas will be referred to as Village Mixed Use Areas in future discussion of the controversial state mandated plan to encourage the county to select areas to accommodate future population growth. Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson said the new presentation was a result of feedback from three community meetings. Consultant Frank Cox said the word urban “doesn’t connote what the county is all about.” Cox said he thought the “change in nomenclature was appropriate.” Called them what you will, the new proposed Centerville area is larger than before the public meetings and the Courthouse area is smaller. The current acreage envisioned is 757 acres in Centerville and only 112 in the Courthouse. Supervisor Ned Creasey wanted to know if any designation was reversible and was assured by Dickson that, because it was a comprehensive plan change that it was. Supervisor Rudy Butler said the fight to make UDAs optional would continue in the General Assembly next year, but said “we need it on a small scale.” Board chairman opened the discussion to the public and three speakers

Meeting continued from > page 1 “The area has great transportation arteries with Interstate 64, Route 288 and the extensions of Broad Street and Patterson Avenue into the county. You have everything in that area a company is looking for as far as a location site. The question is does Goochland County…the 22,000 people that live here…want it or any other area developed? Or, are they satisfied with their lifestyle?” Rhoades and his staff have met with county officials and

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Board of Supervisors Chairman William Quarles, right, presents a proclamation recognizing Amateur Radio Week in Goochland County to Ralph Fetty, Emergency Coordinator for Amateur Radio in Goochland.

offered their thoughts. Susan Lascolette objected to changing the name. “It’s in the statute,” she said and added that she favored using the smallest amount of land possible. Cathy Crockett said not enough public input had been gathered. Fred Dunnavant said people in the Courthouse area were still concerned. The board voted 5-0 to proceed to study the revised areas. Dickson said that two additional community meetings would be held.

were scheduled to meet with state officials Wednesday to discuss how they would like to see Goochland County develop. “I’ll meet and talk with anyone who has a thought or idea on this matter,” Rhoades said. “We want to get as much input as we can.” It was pointed out at the meeting that the lack of internet service in the county is a major hurdle that must be overcome for the County to move forward. “The lack of internet service for the entire county may be the biggest problem they will have to resolve to truly develop

In other business, the board voted to increase the salaries of the board which will take office in January, upping members’ salaries to $15,000 from $12,000 and the chairman’s salary from $15,000 to $18,000. Salaries were last raised in 2005. The measure passed 4-0, with supervisor Jim Eads, who is not seeking reelection, abstaining. The board also made several referrals to the Planning Commission, including the application of the Benedictine Society for a Conditional Use Permit to build a school at their location on River Road.

Goochland County,” Rhoades added. “With technology being such a big part of all businesses today, you can’t compete for any type of development without it. Every business and industry demands the latest technology available when they are looking to build or relocate. People even want the internet and other services in their homes, and if you can’t give it to them, they’ll locate somewhere that can.” The process for Rhoades and his colleagues will take four months. “We’ll continue to gather information through the end of

June, and then we’ll start reviewing it and defining goals for the county in July,” Rhoades said. “We’ll put together a plan in August, and then in September, we’ll be back to present it.” His presentation to the group Tuesday drew mixed reviews. “I’m not going to get too excited right now,” one citizen who asked not to be identified said. “Tonight was just more of the same old rhetoric we’ve heard before. This isn’t the first time we’ve been down this path. I just hope that this time we get a plan and something is done with it.”


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EDUCATION: School Board and Academic News

New Christian school coming to county By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

Tom Newbill, Ann McLean and Milby West are dreamers. As individuals, they envisioned Goochland County as the right place for a Christian oriented private school. Several years ago, they got together and started talking about their shared interest. In September, their dream will become reality with the opening of Hunter Country Day School on the grounds of Dover Baptist Church in Manakin-Sabot. “We have an educational building that really isn’t used except when we are having services,� said Dover Pastor Mike Gardner. “Over the years, we’ve been approached by other groups who wanted to utilize the area to open a day-care center or school. For some reason, we just didn’t find the mix right until Tom, Ann and Milby came along with their idea. “They were not only interested in a Christian based school, but in a lot of what we refer to as community involvement,� he added. “They have a strong commitment to involv-

ing the parents of the students in the education of their children and also in a strong commitment to accountability and responsibility on the part of students, parents and teachers in working not only in the school but in the community.� Newbill talked more about family involvement. “We want the parents to be a part of the day-to-day education process of their children,� he said. “It might be helping out in the classroom or it might be at home. From time-to-time, we plan to give the children a topic that they have to discuss with their parents at the dinner table that night and then have the child relate what they learned to their class the next day. It’s just one way of getting the family involved in the education process of their child.� The classes this fall will be for students from Kindergarten through the fourth grade. “We plan to add a grade every year until we have K through the eighth grade,� McLean said. “At that point, we’ll evaluate where we are and decide if we want to grow the school to include high

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school.� Hunter Country Day school will be a mix of many other private schools. ‘We visited a lot of private schools, some in Virginia and others out of state,� Newbill said. “We are trying to take the best of what we saw at different schools as a model to guide us. It will be a growing process, but we are committed to creating a quality learning school.� The school’s mission state-

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Sending the wrong message? That could be what the Goochland Board of Supervisors did Monday afternoon, when they voted to give a $3,000 raise to members of the board who take office after the next election. That comes to $15,000 for members and $18,000 for the chairman, starting next year. Now granted, the supervisors don’t make much, especially when you compare their pay to some other counties, like Henrico, where a supervisor makes $48,671 in base pay, or Chesterfield, where supervisors take home a minimum of $39,000. But in hard times, leaders need to set an example and voting oneself a pay raise (all board members except Jim Eads, who abstained from the vote, are planning to run again, although some have not yet filed) may not be what the voters want to hear. Much was made of the fact that the vote was for the maximum that the supervisors can receive and that the incoming board could in theory decline to receive the increase, or postpone it for a year or two into the next four-year term. Perhaps they will. And one should note that the last time the supervisors got a raise was in 2005. Still, it was surprising that the vote generated so little debate. One would have thought after two years of budget cutting and the prospect of another lean year coming up that voting oneself a raise would have been approached more cautiously. Maybe it will become a campaign issue in this fall’s supervisors’ races.

Dog Days come early Every year it seems we battle a period of extreme heat but this year the dog days of summer seem to have come a little early. In fact, the dogs didn’t even wait for summer to start barking, with temperatures close to triple digits kicking in last week, even before the official start date of summer, June 21. With the stifling heat and humidity it was easy to imagine we were already deep into August. Heat seems to slow everyone down but despite the toasty temperatures, things are still going forward in the county. Construction is underway at HCA’s free-standing emergency room, announced with much fan fare last year and now taking shape in West Creek The county and its residents, are surely glad to see this project advance as evidenced by the more than a couple calls we received from locals concerned that activity at the building site had ground to a halt. Also of note is the progress of the county on developing an economic growth plan (see story page 1). With the slow recovery Goochland needs to do all it can to encourage appropriate development in the county and a plan and an economic development director are both needed as soon as they can be had. Thank goodness by Monday, temperatures had eased. Let’s hope the dogs run off and don’t come back until August! - Ken Odor

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Letters continued from > page 6 County did not increase school funding, the School Board approved the appointment of a new Director of Elementary Education. This position, which was vacant throughout 2011, will cost the school system approximately $130,000 per year (including benefits). Simultaneous cuts to instructional staff include a full-time French language teacher ($57K), half of a drama position ($28.5K),

half of a music position ($28.5K) and a full-time librarian at the high school ($44K) – a total of approximately $158,000. Goochland is now, effectively, a one-language school district, with three Spanish teachers, half a French teacher and half a Latin teacher. The drama program will struggle to function with only one part-time teacher, the band program has lost 25 percent of it’s teaching resources, and we have a new part-time elementary music teaching position, which might not be filled. The

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OPINION: Letters to the Editor GHS library is already closed to students after school hours, so the permanent elimination of the full-time librarian position will render the library virtually inaccessible to students. It is difficult to escape the conclusion that we have traded all these teachers, programs and student benefits, for yet another highlevel administrative position. How can this be in the best interests of the students?

Cartoon prompts Paul supporter to write

William Warren’s cartoons are often enjoyable because they expose the truth about politics in an amusing way. I know that you don’t control the content of the Atlantabased cartoonist but Mr. Warren’s drawing that you ran on the June 9, 2011 Goochland Gazette Editorial Page had a major flaw that I feel compelled Jane A. Christie to say something about. The cartoon depicted the Manakin Sabot silhouettes of various GOP

www.goochlandgazette.com leaders erupting from a distant volcano with the phrase “an eruption of mediocrity” uttered by one of the caricatures in the foreground. While amusing for its sound bite like quality and truthful concerning the field of candidates on the average, no selfrespecting political pundit can call Dr. Ron Paul mediocre and be taken seriously. Congressman Paul wants to get us out of foreign wars, abolish the Federal Reserve, balance the budget,

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eliminate federal income taxes, stop borrowing from Social Security to pay other bills, beef up border security greatly, repeal the Patriot Act, stop harassing consenting adults in their bedrooms, fund stem cell research to cure diseases and promote educational choice for our children. That’s mediocre, Mr. Warren? Kevin Hazzard Gum Spring

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Bentley Nathan S. Bentley, 19, departed this life June 3, 2011. He is survived by his parents, Gregory C. and Valerie W. Bentley; two brothers, LaMar J. and LaJay J. Bentley; one niece, Alexis S. Bentley; and a host of other relatives and friends. Family received friends Thursday, June 9, 2011 at Wilson & Associates’, 5008 Nine Mile Rd. Funeral services were held Friday, June 10, 2011 at Jerusalem Baptist Church, 994 Three Chopt Rd., Manakin Sabot, Va. Graveside services were held in the church cemetery. www.wilsonafs.com. Leavitt Mary Jo Leavitt, “Jodie”, 51, of Goochland, formerly of Hopewell, passed away on June 6, 2011 from a brief illness at the Medical College of Virginia Hospital. She was preceded in death by her parents, John H. and Dorothy P. Leavitt of Hopewell. Jodie was retired from DuPont Spruance Plant in Richmond. Jodie served in the Air Force for 4 years and was stationed at Seymour Air Force

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Obituaries continued from > page 7 Martin Maxine Rena Martin, 85, of Manakin-Sabot, went to be with our Lord on June 6, 2011. Born Sept. 10, 1925 in West Virginia, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Massie and Clara Sligh. She was preceded in death by her husband, Hugh Sr.; two sons, Jimmie and Paul; a daughter, Linda Sue; and sister, Helen; four brothers, Homer, Earl, George and Leonard. She is survived by three sons, Hugh Jr. and

wife, Pat, of Ohio, Richard and wife, Nancy, of Quinton, David and wife, Kim, of Chesterfield; two daughters, Patricia Anne and husband, Thomas, of Goochland, Bunny and husband, C.W., of Gum Spring; 13 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, and 18 great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held on June 18, 2011, at Goochland Baptist Church on Manakin Road at 11 a.m. Lunch will follow in the fellowship hall immediately after the service. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Centerville Fire & Rescue in Centerville.

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bee colonies, but in 2010 that number had declined to 5,000. A honeybee colony can have several hives. He estimated there are only 2,000 to 3,000 beekeepers in Virginia, with between 24,000 and 36,000 hives. Only about 200 of them are commercially active in helping farmers pollinate their crops. Extension has been developing a Master Beekeeper program to help train beekeepers, and the number of local beekeeping associations has doubled in the past decade, from 18 groups in 2000 to 36 in 2010. Beekeepers and people interested in raising bees are encouraged to visit the Virginia Pollinator website at vdacs.virginia.gov/plant&pest/pollinator.shtml. “We’re also encouraging beekeepers to look for local queen supplies and for local bees to start new colonies with,” Tignor said, explaining that most new queen bees are purchased from Georgia and other Southern states. “That will help us get bees that are acclimated to our climate, our winters and summers, our rainfall and droughts. That will also hopefully increase the genetic diversity of the bees and help them survive some of the problems we’ve had in the past.”

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Ashley Nicole Glover, daughter of Jerome and Kathy Glover graduated from Old Dominion University, Saturday, May 7, 2011. Commencement services were held at The Old Dominion University Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk. She received a Bachelor of Science with a Major in

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Goochland athletes facing the possibility of fees School Board budget discussion includes athletic fees BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

At the most recent Goochland County school board meeting, final budget numbers were announced and scholastic sports escaped the chopping block, as discussions to reduce the county’s financial burden by getting rid of some athletic activities was shelved- for this year anyway. While the elimination of

sports including golf, gymnastics and swimming were initially explored, all of those sports will continue at Goochland High School. However, the final presentation by Goochland Superintendent of Schools Linda Underwood included discussion of possible user participation fees for athletes in the future. “I think it is a good solution to the unbudgeted skyrocketing costs in the activities fund,” Underwood said but added that many details need to be worked out after further study of other school systems that have instituted such fees.

One parent said she thinks and if they have to pay each even considering the time they play a sport, participation fees is a I think it will definitemistake. ly be a decrease in Millie Jackson participation.” has two children Jackson feels that participate athletes who in sports at GHS. play on variHer son Corbyn ous teams do so is a standout on through a sense the basketball team, of school spirit, and daughter and paying to Chakiryn is play clouds on the softball that concept. and basketball “A t h l e t e s squads. are representing “I am absothe school and lutely opposed to you want to charge charging user fees for them like they are an sports,” Jackson said. “A outsider,” Jackson said. lot of the kids play dual sports Another downside

Jackson noted was some athletes would not participate, especially the ones who are not standouts or expect to further their sports careers in colleges. She feels it would drastically cut down on the number of kids who try out for teams each year. “As far as participation, I think only the TRUE athletes will pay the user fees,” Jackson said. “Others that are in it just for recreation and have no intention in pursuing a career in sports, will not pay.” Jackson is also clear on the bottom line effects of such a policy. “This will definitely affect participation. Pretty sad if it comes to this,” she said.

The school board agenda for the Tuesday, June 14 meeting included an information item on fees, one of which was a recommended $60 high school athletic fee. The fee would be payable after tryouts but prior to the first team practice. There would also be a $60 middle school athletic fee. Students eligible for free or reduced lunches would not be required to pay the Participation fee, according to the agenda item. Board members are asked to provide direction to the school administration after studying the proposed participation fees.

Hicks and Cavaliers earn return trip to World Series BY CHARLIE LEFFLER cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

On Monday evening, former Goochland standout John Hicks and the Virginia Cavalier baseball team earned a return trip the College World Series with a dramatic 3-2 comeback win over UC Irvine. No one has been hotter in the postseason for the Cavs than Hicks. The junior out of Goochland leads Virginia with 29 post season hits and is second only to Steven Proscia (30) of all active players in career hits during NCAA Tournament play. Hicks and Proscia are neckand-neck in virtually every offensive category heading into Omaha. Hicks currently leads the Cavaliers with 88 hits on the season, one more than Proscia, while batting .340 with a .510 slugging percentage. Proscia had eight home runs with 58 RBI on the season, Hicks has seven homers with 57 RBI. Both have 132 total bases with Hicks scoring 51 times and Proscia 50. The one area where Hicks is clearly the front runner is

strikeouts. Hicks leads the team with 18 strikeouts on the season while Proscia has struck out 34 times. Playing behind the plate, Hicks also leads the Cavaliers with 560 putouts from the catcher position. Ironically, both Hicks and Proscia were selected by the Seattle Mariners in last week’s MLB draft. Hicks was selected in the fourth round (123rd overall) and Proscia in the seventh round (213). Hicks was a Collegiate baseball Third-team All-American this year, a First Team All-ACC selection and a semifinalist for the Johnny Bench Award. Hicks finished the regular season 11th in ACC batting average and fourth in hits. He ranks third in UVa history in doubles, ninth in career runs and 10th in career hits. Virginia’ best of three series win over UC Irvine means the Cavaliers will be making their second ever trip to college baseball’s pinnacle both trips coming in the past three years. They are now 5-4 in Super Regional play and 27-23 all time

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in the NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers entered the NCAA Tournament as the #1 overall seed but their trip to Omaha came oh so close to not happening. As a NCAA Super Regional host, Virginia pounced on the Anteaters in their Saturday opener, coming away with a 6-0 victory. On Sunday afternoon, the Cavs appeared to be well on their way to the World Series after grabbing a 3-0 lead after five innings in the best of three series. But a four hour rain delay put their season in jeopardy. UC Irvine came out of the break to score six runs in the final three innings and hand

Virginia a 6-4 loss sending the series into a tie-breaker. The Cavaliers appeared to be in dire straits when the Anteaters took a 2-1 lead in the top of the ninth on Monday. When Irvine’s Sean Madigan led off with a single nearly everyone at Davenport Field knew the next batter would attempt a bunt to advance the runner. Brian Hernandez did just that, laying down a bunt that crawled straight towards the pitcher’s mound. Hicks leapt up from behind the plate, snared the ball and fired for teammate Chris Taylor at second to get a force on Madigan. But Hicks throw began to tail and Taylor did not pull off the bag causing the ball to go into centerfield, which set up Madigan at third from where he scored the go-ahead run. Virginia had one final shot in the bottom of the ninth but saw those chances continue to dwindle after their first two batters were struck out. Next up, David Coleman (Trinity Episcopal) got in a quick 0-2 hole bringing the Cavaliers one strike away from

seeing their season end. But scoring with two outs on the board was nothing new for Virginia in the NCAA Tournament. The Cavaliers have scored 78 percent of their runs in the tournament (33 of 42 runs) after two outs have been recorded. Coleman singled up the middle and he was replaced by pinch runner Mitchell Shifflett (Cosby). Again Virginia looked to be in trouble when Jared King’s hard grounder headed straight for second but the ball caromed off the right heal of Irvine pitcher Matt Summers, giving the Cavs two runners on base. Pinch-hitter Reed Gragnani (Mills Godwin) then stepped to the plate and never swung the bat as he was walked on four pitches to load the bases. Corey Hunt replaced King as a pinch runner. Taylor then stepped to the plate with a shot at redemption for having played a part in Irvine’s go-ahead score. With an 0-1 count, Taylor drilled a shot up the middle and into centerfield that allowed

Shifflett and Hunt to score sending Virginia on to Omaha. Teams in the College World Series open in a double-elimination round between two pools of four teams. The winners of each pool advance to a best of three final series June 26-29. Virginia (54-10) will open World Series play against California (37-21) in an ESPN broadcast game 2 p.m. Sunday, June 19. A victory would send the Cavaliers up against the winner of the Texas A&M (4720) vs South Carolina (50-14) matchup June 21 at 7 p.m. With a Virginia loss in the opener they would face the loser between the Aggies and the Gamecocks at 2 p.m. In the upper bracket, North Carolina (50-14) will open against Vanderbilt (52-10) while Florida (50-17) takes on Texas (49-17). Regardless of the outcome, Virginia will be a part of NCAA history being one of the eight teams to play the first College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park after the event was held at historic Rosenblatt Stadium from 1950 through 2010.


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School, 2055 Courthouse Road, Louisa VA located on Route 208. Service time is 10:30 a.m. For additional information you may contact 540-967-1145 or visit us as www.kuministries.com.

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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 words or less. Deliver notices: e-mail (events@ goochlandgazette.com),

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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.

Annual Goochland Relay For Life Celebration at Goochland Elementary Field at 6 p.m. This is a 12 hour event. Proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society. Annual Silent Auction, Please join Mt. Gilead Baptist food, games and music all night. For more information visit www. Church for Vacation Bible School. The theme this year is relayforlife.org/goochland. “Shake It Up Cafe - Where Kid’s Carry Out God’s Recipe”. Bible Sunday, June 19 school will be held nightly from Join Kingdom United June 19- 24 from 7-9 p.m. You Ministries on Father’s Day for may also register at the church a continental breakfast and fel- on June 19 when you arrive for lowship. Followed by a Word VBS. Classes will be available for of God from Pastor Tyrone A. all ages. A nursery will be proMcCowin. Service will be held vided for VBS participants. at Moss-Nuckols Elementary

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Saturday, June 25 The descendants of Henry and Lucy Mansfield Duval of Goochland, Virginia have booked the American Legion Post 215, 3386 River Road West in Goochland Virginia for a Family Reunion Dinner and 8 PM

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42nd Anniversary of the Duval/ Duvall Klan. The dinner will be held a 5 p.m. For more information contact Joyce M. Redman at 457-2234.

ship service at 11 a.m. Join for a potluck lunch following the service. Revival Services will be led by Harry Gill on June 27-29 at 7:30 p.m. Come for nightly special music and an ice cream social on Wednesday evening. Sunday, June 26 For further information, call Saint Mark Baptist Church 457-4463. located at 4596 Factory Mill Road, Maidens, Va. will have a Choir New Line Baptist Church, Day Celebration at 4 p.m. at 4876 New Line Rd., Gum Goochland High School 3520 Spring, Va. is celebrating its River Road West, Goochland 141st Church Anniversary at Va. For ticket information call its 10 a.m. morning service. 556-4654, 556-4671 or email Guest Preacher will be the Rev. stmarkmaidens@aol.com. Dr. Marshall D. Burgess, Pastor Emeritus of the St. Mark Bapt. Mizpah Christian Church Church, Dabneys, Va. For more will hold Homecoming services info, call 556-3332 or 556-5506. starting at 9:45 a.m. and worJUNE 21, 2011

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McKendree United Methodist Women’s Golf Tournament, First annual ‘Tee up Fore Growth’ Golf Tournament, 1 p.m. at Queenfield Golf Club in Manquin. 28 team limit; $280 per team, $70 per person. Sponsor openings. Call Donna Haynes 855-4743 or Donna Townsend 769-1366.

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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE First Offering: •Colt 1851 Navy CS marked, •H. Aston & Co. 1851 Navy pistol, •Springfield Armory CW musket, •Harpers Ferry musket with bayonet, •1790’s Kentucky Long Rifle with Ketland action, •Early 1800’s English Fowler with Ketland Action, •Zouave Bayonet and other like period items, •2 powder flasks, 1 powder horn, 1 powder jug (wooden) and misc., •German Luger, M-1 Carbine, M-1 Garand also NAZI artifacts and weapons, •Few modern pieces A.O. 45 auto, F.N. rifle, •Slave Doc (warrant) 1800’s, Slave Shackles African 18th Cent. Call 443-956-2211 weekends or after 5 PM weekdays. By appointment only - Cash or PayPal.

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Environmental Horticulture Program Associate EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Electrical Instructor Adjunct Faculty Located in Cumberland, VA Southside Virginia Community College is actively seeking qualified part-time faculty to teach dual enrollment courses in Electricity to high school students for a new and innovative program at the Cumberland Community Center in Cumberland, Virginia. Classes will begin August 2011 and run each morning Monday through Friday fall and spring semesters. Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent; Electrical tradesmen license; considerable college courses in electrical related program. Requires experience in electrical related field. Previous instructional experience preferred. Salary commensurate with academic preparation and experience and will follow state and VCCS guidelines To apply, submit cover letter, resume, Commonwealth of Virginia employment application and copies of all academic transcripts to: Shannon Vassar Feinman, Coordinator of OffCampus Instruction, SVCC, 200 Daniel Road, Keysville, VA 23947. Official transcripts required from successful candidate. For additional information call 434.736.2080. State application available at http://jobs.virginia.gov Satisfactory criminal background check is a condition of employment. Position dependent on available funding. Auxiliary aids and services available upon request to individuals with disabilities. SVCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Peter Hunt, Vice President of Finance and Administration, 109 Campus Drive, Alberta, VA 23921, 434-949-1005. Women, minorities, and those with disabilities are encouraged to apply. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities act (ADA and ADAAA), SVCC will provide, if requested, reasonable accommodation to applicants in need of access to the application, interviewing and selection processes.

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Position Responsibilities: Deliver unbiased research-based horticulture information via telephone, classes, seminars, workshops, site visits, office visits, and other methods. Recruit, train, coordinate and recognize volunteers to maintain effective Master Gardener program. Pursue grant or external funding. Process diagnostic samples and make pest control recommendations. Required Qualifications: Excellent communication, organizational and computer skills, including a working familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite of software; ability to communicate effectively and work collaboratively with a diverse group of volunteers; ability to communicate and educate a diverse clientele; ability to collect, assemble, evaluate and report both numeric and qualitative data. Preferred Qualifications: BA or BS in agriculture, horticulture or life sciences or a combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in those fields. Employment Comments: Part Time position; 25 hours a week with a flexible schedule with some night and weekend work as needed. Must provide own transportation. A Goochland County Employment Application is required for consideration of this position and is available at (804) 556-5841 and online at www.co.goochland.va.us. All applications are to be submitted to Virginia Cooperative Extension, Attn: Jocelyn Dailey, P.O. Box 20, Goochland, Virginia, 23063. For more information, please call (804) 556-5841. EOE The position is open until filled.

The Jerusalem Baptist Church of Manakin Sabot, VA. is in search of a Youth Minister/Director. All interested candidates must be experienced in working with youth. He/She must be patient. high energy, self confident, well organized, compassionate, committed, self-motivated and have the ability to bring innovative ideas to a youth ministry. They must also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to work flexible hours and travel for youth activities, work with and support parents while encouraging participation from youth in activities and ministries. Please submit all resumes to: Youth Minister/Director Search Committee P.O. BOX 87 Oilville. VA 23129 Deadline for submission: September 1, 2011. Education management company seeking high energy individual for math lab setting. Visit the careers tab at www.cortezmgmt.com for more information. Richmond Times-Dispatch Early morning news paper delivery for Maidens area of Goochland. Carriers are independent contracts. Please contact Kara Eagle @ 804-337-7574 MECHANICS & CREW MEMBERS needed for road maintenance on I-64. Fax resume to 540-967-2826

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GENERAL EMPLOYMENT Pastor Smyrna Baptist Church is a small, traditionalinformal church located in Goochland County. We are searching for a bivocational pastor, in which the Church is the first priority. Our candidate must be an ordained pastor with a Baptist Doctrine. We value a Shepherding role for our pastor, one who preaches and practices the Holy Bible, and someone who is committed to growing our church. Resumes may be sent to Smyrna Pastor Search Committee, 2202 Jackson Shop Road, Goochland, VA 23063. Applications will be accepted through July 31, 2011.

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Legal Notices LEGAL NOTICES VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND MYRTLE RICKS, Plaintiff V. CL-09-119 BERNICE ELIZABETH RICHARDS, ET ALS. Defendants ORDER OF PUBLICATION THE OBJECT of the above styled action is to affect the sale of a certain tract of land located on Miller’s Lane, Dover District, Goochland County, Virginia, tax parcel 57-1-14, seized and possessed by Joseph Bates a/k/a Joe Bates at the time of his death in 1984, by a certain heir, distributee and successor in title. An Affidavit having been duly made and filed stating that due diligence has been exercised on behalf of the Plaintiff to ascertain the location for service of process of Bernice Elizabeth Richards, Vernell Bates Curry, Virginia Bates Watkins, Helen Bates Johnson, Warren Bates, Linda Bates a/k/a Linda Bates Rahman, Joe Bates, Shirt Bates, Louise Bates Mitchell, Benjamin G. Mitchell, Jr., Michael Q. Mitchell, Esther Bates Winfree a/k/a Ester Bates Winfrey, a/ka Esther Bates Winfrey a/k/a Esther Bates Winfree, John Winfree a/k/a John Winfrey, Lucy W. Carey, Jackie Winfree, Rita W. McMichael, Debbie W. McMillian a/k/a Deborah Winfree, Elanda Mason, William Freddie Bates, Fred Bates, Catherine Bates a/k//a Candy Bates, John John Bates, Freddie Bates, Johnny Bates, Priscilla Bates Roberts, and Penelope Bates Gaines, or such of their unknown heirs, devisees, successors-in-title, assigns or creditors, collectively referred to as “Parties Unknown”, that such due diligence has not disclosed their address, or that of their heirs- at-law, devisees, or successors in title of the above defendants, if they or any of them be dead, or all of them , and the pleading filed herein so stating, it is ordered that each and all of the defendants above named appear on or before July 26, 2011 at 1:30pm and do what is necessary to protect their interests in this suit. Enter: 5/24/2011 Timothy K. Sanner, Judge An Extract Teste: Lee G. Turner, Clerk I ask for this: Anthony Paone, II INSBROOK LAW GROUP, PC P.O. Box 4170 Glen Allen, Virginia 23058 (804) 935-3090 / (804) 935-3095 fax

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8 temporary farmworkers needed for common field labor in cucumbers, tobacco, sweet potatoes, cotton, squash and other diversified crops in Sampson, Duplin, Bladen, Wayne, Cumberland and Johnston Counties, North Carolina for John Hudson Farms, Inc. with work beginning on or about 06/9/2011 and ending on or about 11/23/2011. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.30 and piece rates will be offered. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the United States. Workers may be required to submit to random drug and alcohol testing. Applicants should report or send resumes to the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency and reference job order #NC10036908. Job service agents should contact William Grant, NC ESC-Ag Services at (919) 733-3210. EOE. C-11152-29453.

NOTICE OF TRUSTEE SALE 3269 Countryside West Road Gum Spring, VA, 23065-2108 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated April 9, 2007, and recorded at Instrument Number 070001939 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Goochland, VA, securing a loan which was originally $190,000.00. The appointed TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland, Virginia, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 on June 28, 2011 at 12:00 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, lying in the Lickinghole District of Goochland County, Virginia, and shown, designated and described as Lot 7, on a certain plat of survey made by Kenneth M. Hart, P.L.S., dated August 13, 1984, entitled, Countryside West, consisting of Four pages, a copy of which is recorded in Plat Book 12, page 77, of the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, to which plat reference is made for a more a particular description of the property. MORE commonly known as: 3269 Countryside West Road, Gum Spring, Virginia 23065. BEING the same property conveyed by Deed to Frances D. Stewart and Thomas B. Stewart, wife and husband, as tenants by the entirety with right of survivorship as at common law, from Frances D. Stewart, dated March 17, 2006 and recorded May 102006 in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland, Virginia as Instrument No. 06-0002387. AND FURTHER BEING the same property conveyed by Deed to Frances D. Stewart from Thomas 1. Wargo and Shirley A. Wargo, husband and wife, dated March 11, 2004 and recorded March 16 2004 in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office as Instrument No. 040001357., and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND. A deposit of $22,000.00 in cash or cashier’s check payable to the TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

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GOOCHLAND COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUILDING PERMITS & INSPECTIONS NOTICE OF VIOLATION Location:

2372 Chapel Hill Road Goochland, Virginia 23063-0204 GPIN No. 6728-99-8664

Owner:

Isaac Mayo, Jr. P. O. Box 204 Goochland, VA 23063 Wachovia Bank, N.A. Attn: Retail Credit Collections FL0503 P. O. Box 52117 Jacksonville, FL 32201-2117

As a result of damage sustained from a fire, the above-listed Property has been found to be in violation of section 311.1 of the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code. The Goochland County Building Official has also determined that the condition of the structures located on the Property poses a danger to the public health or safety of the other residents of the county. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the aforesaid owners must bring the Property into compliance with the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code within thirty (30) days of the date of this Notice. If the Owners fail to bring the Property into compliance, the Goochland County Building Official may remove, repair or secure the buildings on the aforesaid Property. Pursuant to § 4-13 of the Goochland County Code and § 15.2-906 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended, all costs and expenses incurred by the County to bring the Property into compliance shall be charged to the owners of the Property. If the compliance costs are not paid by the owners, any unpaid costs shall constitute a lien against the Property.

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Two high schools recognized by Virginia Holocaust Museum Contributed Report

Photos by Jim Ridolphi

A close call at the plate gets a close look from the umpire in a game last week between the Mets and the Marlins. The Glen Allen Youth Athletic Association provides a positive experience for hundreds of youths each year.

RF&P still the place to be for youth baseball Founded in 1965, the Glen Allen Youth Athletic Association is wrapping another year of successful league play. Their home field is RF&P Field adjacent to Crump Park in Western Henrico County. Although regular season play is drawing to a close, the group will host the 14year olds in the Babe Ruth World Series that begins August 20. Players from across the region will stay with host families in the area. The League provides a positive experience for youths from 4 to 14 in baseball, softball, basketball and buddy ball and is fueled by volunteers from throughout the community. Patrick Logan is the current president of the association. Austin Matthews of the Mets attempts to put the tag on a Marlin runner last week –Staff Report at RF&P Park.

Freeman and Henrico High Schools were recognized last weekbytheVirginiaHolocaust Museum for their efforts in teaching students about the Holocaust and genocide. The museum’s Director of Education, Rena Berlin presented the “NOW” award to both schools for going above and beyond in giving students a closer look at the Holocaust. This is the first time the museum has ever given this award. “I think this award will spark even more interest and awareness of the mission of the museum and the initiatives of our school organizations that have partnered with the museum,” said Freeman High School Principal Anne Poates. Teachers from both schools participated in the museum’s Alexander Lebenstein Teacher Education Institute, a three credit graduate class in conjunction with the University of Richmond, which is taught by museum staff and current and former classroom teachers at the museum. Both schools brought students on tours of the museum during

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the school year. Henrico High School brought its entire staff to the museum for training on how to teach students about the Holocaust before school began. “It is exciting to receive this award because our efforts went beyond learning about the Holocaust. Everyone learned not only how to become tolerant of other cultures, but how to embrace these cultures as well,” said Henrico High School Principal Ron Rodriguez. “We are extremely grateful and humbled by the recognition.” The two schools tried to gain an understanding of the Holocaust in a variety of ways, through art, music and critical examination. “The (schools) understood that in order to teach about ‘Man’s inhumanity to man’ they needed to focus on teaching students about genocide, past and present, in order to change the world,” Berlin said. “I am excited that these schools stepped out of the SOL pattern in order to bring depth of understanding and analysis.”

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Recreation Area, 20 volunteers removed 22 bags of trash and 28 tires from Upham Brook around the ball fields and alongside Belmont At Osborne Boat Landing, 66 volunteers on boat and land hauled Golf Course. The overall clean-up spanned 13 localities and included in 60 bags of trash, 15 tires, and various other types of litter—includ- approximately 820 volunteers ridding the James and Appomattox ing a complete hot water heater—from the James. At Lakeside Rivers of 375 bags of trash and 311 bags of recyclables. Contributed Report

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Meet the Critters For all ages. Meadow Farm has various farm animals. Get to know them individually as outdoor tours focus on a different animal each week. Enjoy a hands-on activity related to that animal when you visit. Information: Anna Truong, 501-2130. Wednesdays, 12:30-3:30 p.m. July 6, 13, 20, 27, & Aug 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31. Meadow Farm Museum (3400 Mountain Road Glen Allen 23060). Free. A Woman’s Work is Never Done

activities, none of which require For all ages. Visit with the batteries. Information: Anna women on the farm as they Truong, 501-2130. talk about daily chores of the mid-19th century. You might be Fridays, 12:30-3:30 p.m. asked to lend a hand in some of July 8, 15, 22, 29, & Aug 5, 12, the activities. Information: Anna 19, & 26. Truong, 501-2130. Meadow Farm Museum (3400 Mountain Road Glen Allen Thursdays, 12:30-3:30 p.m. 23060). Free. July 7, 14, 21, 28, & Aug 4, 11, 18, & 25. Meadow Farm Museum (3400 Death and Mourning Mountain Road Glen Allen 23060). Free. For all ages. Mrs. Virginia Sheppard, wife of Dr. Sheppard, passed away on this date in No Batteries Required: 19th1889. Tours will focus on Mrs. Century Games Sheppard and mourning practices of the 19th century. Pay For ages 5+. Join in the fun your respects at the Sheppard as you try your hand at Graces family cemetery. Information: or rolling the trundling hoop. Anna Truong, 501-2130. Settle back and enjoy a game of dominoes or checkers. Learn Sun, July 10, 1-3 p.m. about 19th-century leisure

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Meadow Farm Museum (3400 Mountain Road Glen Allen 23060). Free. 40th Annual Big Band Concert Featuring The Continentals For all ages. Enjoy the best of the big band sound as the Division presents its annual summer concert featuring The Continentals. Great music and fun for the entire family! Information: Amy Perdue, 5015859. Tue, July 12, 7-9 p.m. Hermitage High School (8301 Hungary Springs Road Henrico 23228). Free.

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Football camp coming to Henrico June 23 Contributed Report What:

Excel 2 Excellence Foundation, Inc. is hosting its 2nd annual football camp. The camp is $30, which includes two days of “On” the field activities for boys and girls, ages 10-18 and one day of “Off” the field activities for high school juniors and seniors only. In addition to fun activities with various NFL players, campers will receive autographed items such as footballs, t-shirts, and photos. Who:

NFL running back Michael Robinson of the Seattle Seahawks along with other NFL players will teach boys and girls leadership, teamwork, and life skills. When:

Educational Session: Thursday, June 23 for high school juniors and seniors from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Football Camp: Friday and Saturday, June 24 and 25 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Where:

Varina High School, 7053 Messer Road, Richmond, VA 23231 Contact:

Mychael Dickerson, Executive Director of Communications and Community Outreach, 652-3724 or dmdickerson@henrico.k12.va.us

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For all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Come out for a few jam sessions with fellow bluegrass musicians of all ages and abilities! Never played bluegrass? Now’s the time to give it a try! Acoustic only. Space is limited. Information: Sheila Cunningham, 795-2334.

For all ages. There are many myths about snakes, old tales told from long ago, most of which depict snakes as being evil. Meet in our classroom to learn why snakes are beneficial to our world, how they fit in the food chain and why we should do our best to protect these misunderstood reptiles. Information: Bekky Monroe, 262-5055. Wed, July 13 & Aug 10, 10-11 a.m. Fri, July 15 & Aug 12, 10-11 a.m. Three Lakes Nature Center (400 Sausiluta Drive Henrico 23227). Free. The Diggity Dudes For all ages. If you haven’t heard of the Diggity Dudes - where have you been? ‘Cause they’ve been everywhere! This trio’s whimsical songs bring a hip attitude to topics like brushing your teeth and minding your manners. Kids all over the Commonwealth are clamoring to get into their sold out shows, so be sure to reserve your tickets early! Information: Henrico Theatre Staff, 328-4491. Wed, July 13, 10:30 a.m. Henrico Theatre (305 E. Nine Mile Road Henrico 23075). Free. Reservations are required.

Thur, July 14, 6:30-9 p.m. Dorey Recreation Center (7200 Dorey Park Drive Henrico, VA 23231). Free. Tools of the Trade For all ages. Wood was a great source on the farm. Visit Meadow Farm inside and out to see what was made from it. See the tools of the trade, how they were used and who used them. Information: Anna Truong, 501-2130. Sat, July 16, 1-3 p.m. Meadow Farm Museum (3400 Mountain Road Glen Allen 23060). Free. Under the Stars Summer Family Film Series For all ages. Grab your blanket and your family and come out to enjoy family flicks in the park. Experience the thrill of outdoor movies and fun! Concessions available for purchase. Information: Jeannie Murray, 501-5121.

Sat, July 16, 8:30 p.m. Clarke-Palmore House Museum (904 McCoul Street Henrico 23231). Free. Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social For all ages. Come out and enjoy one of the area’s top bands. Treat your taste buds to Bruster’s delicious ice cream, tour the historic house, and try out some old fashioned games while listening to some toe tapping sounds. Great fun for the whole family. (Ice cream available while supplies last.)Information: Jeannie Murray, 501 5121. Sun, July 17, 4 6 p.m. The Armour House & Gardens (4001 Clarendon Road Henrico 23223). Free. Music by Scattered, Smothered and Covered. Summer Fun at Walkerton For all ages. Join the Henrico Concert Band for an evening of music on the lawn at Walkerton Tavern. Bring the whole family and your lawn chair for some summer fun! Information: Walkerton Staff, 261-6898. Sun, July 17, 6 p.m. Walkerton Tavern (2892 Mountain Road Glen Allen 23060). Free.

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