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GFCFS honored for upping care level By Ben Orcutt Special Correspondent

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Senior Management and Projects Analyst Paul Drumwright and Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson introduce interns William Gilchrist, front left, and Mark Holman Jr. at the June 5 board of supervisors meeting.

County starts Diversity Internship By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Those in attendance at the June 5 Goochland Board of Supervisors meeting saw a couple new faces on the dais. Two young men, William Gilchrist, a senior at Virginia

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Commonwealth University and Mark Holman Jr., a senior at Virginia State University, are the first members of the county’s newly established Diversity Internship Program. Gilchrist is majoring in Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. He will work closely with Goochland

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County Attorney Norman Sales and the county attorney’s staff, learning about civil and criminal disputes within the county and how they are handled under local government. Holman, who said he aspires to be a city manager, will work side by see Interns > page 3

Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services is being honored for increasing the amount and level of care that it provides. On June 28, the Virginia Health Care Foundation will honor the local agency with its annual Alumni Award. “The Alumni Award is for an organization that they’ve given a grant to in the past and has shown sustainability and success in the years following,” said Sally K. Graham, executive director of Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services. GFCFS will receive a $10,000 prize from Wells Fargo for winning the award, Graham said. The award is competitive and GFCFS was the only free clinic in the state to receive it, Graham said. The money will be used for health care, she added. The Virginia Health Care Foundation makes grants to “safety-net providers,” such as federallyqualified health centers and free clinics, Graham said. The organization also sponsors educational and leadership programs for safety-net providers, Graham added. “And so they are really all about

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supporting our work and we’re really happy, grateful, that they’re there,” Graham said. GFCFS has made great strides in the number of Goochland residents that it serves and the level of health care it has provided since it opened in September 2000. Numbers that Graham included in the nomination form for the VHCF Alumni Award show that from 2001 to 2011, medical visits increased from 283 to 5,537, dental visits from 258 to 1,911 and mental health visits from zero to 445. “Our mission is to provide quality health care and human services to Goochland residents in need of assistance,” Graham said, “and we define that as people who live in Goochland who live under the 200 percent [federal] poverty level.” “We see about 1,000 individuals a year,” Graham added. “Last year we did a little over 7,000 health care visits.” GFCFS has grown from one part-time employee in 2000 to 32 mostly part-time staff members this year, with six full-time employees on the health services side, including herself, Graham said, adding that she is a nurse practitioner. The agency has expanded its see GFCFS > page 2


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Judge Timothy K. Sanner deferred rendering a verdict on the assault charge against Goochland School’s Director of Transportation Betty Thurston last Friday. In a new bench trial in Goochland Circuit Court after Thurston appealed her conviction on assault charges in Goochland District Court last December, Judge Sanner said the evidence was sufficient to find Thurston guilty of assault and battery but deferred disposition of the matter until June 25, 2013. During that interval Thurston must perform 20 hours of community service

GFCFS continued from > page 1 hours from one night a week to five days a week and one evening. Last year, GFCFS received $1.75 million worth of free medicine donated by drug companies, Graham said. The Alumni Award is a testament to the efforts of paid staff and volunteers, Graham said. “We’re thrilled, because it really is a reflection of the amount of work that the staff and volunteers have put in,” Graham said. “You can’t increase those numbers like [that] unless people are really working hard and are really committed to the mission and they were really, really committed to the mission.” There has not been a significant increase in the amount of paid staff over the past four to five years, but Graham said the staff has worked harder and the number of volunteers has grown. “I think it’s [the Alumni Award] a wonderful public

and complete an anger management class. She is required to register with the Offender Aid and Restoration office in Charlottesville within 14 days. She was also required to pay court costs. If she fulfills all the requirements of the court Sanner said the charges would be dismissed at the June 25, 2013 hearing date. Special Prosecutor Jeffrey W. Haislip of Fluvanna County called witnesses who described an altercation in the transportation office between Thurston and bus driver Tonya Gilman over a fire evacuation drill Gilman was to run last October 13 at Goochland High School. Gilman returned to the Transportation Office after dropping off her students. Gilman said acknowledgement of the success,” Graham said. GFCFS stands out, Graham said, because it offers health care and other human services. “We are unique among free clinics,” she said, “because we do have these comprehensive services. Most free clinics, I’d say 90 percent of free clinics, are really focused on health care and because we had this opportunity for this merger [in 2007 with Goochland Fellowship and Family Services], I like to say we redefined health to really encompass the whole spectrum of human need.” “You can’t be healthy if you don’t have enough to eat and you can’t be healthy if your house is cold because you can’t pay your utilities,” Graham added. “You know, all of that’s health.” Mary Fletcher, 53, said she doesn’t know what she would have done without GFCFS. In addition to complications from two gastric-bypass procedures, Fletcher said she also suffered a broken hip that required surgery and

Thurston criticized her over the radio for doing the drill on the wrong day, ridiculing her in front of the other drivers, who could hear the radio transmissions. On her return to the office Gilman said Thurston called her stupid and followed her into the copy room. Clerk Sonia Talman testified that Thurston grabbed Gilman’s arm, who then tried to pull away three times while the two were in the copy room at the small transportation office. Gilman said she had a long scratch on her arm. Haislip introduced photographs into evidence that were identified by Goochland Sheriff’s Deputy Christopher Skaggs as photos he took after being called to

the office. Defense attorney John Amos called Thurston to the stand, who testified she touched Gilman on the arm. “I didn’t reach out to harm her but to calm her,” said Thurston. “She flailed her arm away.” Thurston apologized for using the word stupid. Thurston has worked for the school system for 31 years. She said she supervises 65 drivers along with five other full-time employees. She is in charge of bus routes and monitoring weather conditions and advising the superintendent on school closings. Gilman continues to work as a bus driver for the school system.

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Sally K. Grahm, left, executive director of Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services, chats with client Mary Fletcher, who credits the agency with saving her life.

four months of rehabilitation. When the economy took a turn for the worse, Fletcher said her husband lost his construction job and she eventually lost her insurance. At that point, Fletcher said she was referred to GFCFS. “They saved me,” Fletcher said. “And when everything’s gone, you don’t know which way to turn fast enough.” It’s no surprise to Fletcher that GFCFS is receiving the

Alumni Award. “They deserve everything they get,” Fletcher said. “That’s the reason I speak. I do whatever I can to pay back this community, one hundred percent.” For more information about health care services provided by the free clinic, call 556-5845 and for information about family services, dial 556-6260, or visit the GFCFS website at GoochlandFreeClinicAndFami lyServices.org.


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Amateur Radio Field Day is this weekend By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

“It’s a hobby and a public service,” said Ray Clemons, one of a group of amateur radio operators who met last Friday at Company 5 to talk about the Goochland Amateur Radio Field Day. The radio operators will set up shop there this Saturday to practice providing emergency radio communications to assist Goochland in times of emergency, storms, power failures and any time the county requests their service. They have the ability to provide world wide communications, said Ned Creasey, Goochland Board of Supervisors Chairman and himself an amateur radio operator. The group is led by Ralph R. Fetty Sr., Emergency Coordinator. “We are an emergency backup system in Goochland County,” said Fetty. “When everything else fails, ham radio is there,” he said. The event is also a contest of sorts, to see how many contacts

Interns continued from > page 1 side with Goochland County Administrator Rebecca Dickson, getting a handson look of how the office is operated and observing and working with other county departments. Gilchrist and Holman began their internships May 22 and will continue until August 3, said Holman. They work about 15 hours a week, he said. Dickson said the goal of the internship program is to “get people to understand what we do.” Another goal of the program is to increase diversity

the group can make. The purpose is to make as many contacts with stations throughout the country and overseas or Navy ships on as many amateur radio bands and frequencies as they can. The operators use only emergency electrical power sources, generators, solar, batteries and other sources. They get additional points for the number of citizens that stop by and sign in and higher points for county officials including supervisors, county staff, constitutional officials, school board, school staff and law enforcement officials who visit. Fetty has all he needs in an orange case he calls his “ready kit.” With battery power, a radio and an antenna, he can set up anywhere. Amateur radio has changed a lot over the years, the group said. Morse code proficiency is no longer required, although many of the older operators know it. Fetty said there are more amateurs now in the United States than ever before, partly

in the workforce, she said. “We believer our workforce should be reflective of the community that we serve,” said Dickson in her introduction of the two men on June 5. Holman said Monday that his experiences to date have been “an eye-opener.” He said the duties of the county administrator are more than he realized as an observer from the outside. “You have to deal with the whole county, balancing your time. It’s a huge responsibility.” As anticipated, much of the two young men’s time has been involved with becoming familiar with the functions of

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Ralph Fetty, left, and fellow ham operator Mat Long examine the contents of Fetty’s “ready kit.”

because of the elimination of the Morse requirement. Fire/EMS Chief Bill MacKay encouraged the effort. “As most of you know the “Ham” radio operators are often the only viable form of communication during the early stages of a significant emergency. When local media, cell phones, and even 1st responder communications are impaired or completely knocked out, it is the amateur radio operators who keep communications

the various county departments, said Holman Monday. As the internship comes to an end, Holman, with the help of feedback from Gilchrist, will be responsible for preparing a report laying the groundwork for the future of the diversity internship program. “By the end of their internship they will be presenting to the board the proposed overall program for diversity interns going forward,” explained Dickson. Senior Management and Projects Analyst Paul Drumwright was instrumental in putting the program together, said Dickson.

intact and get the message to the outside world,” wrote MacKay in a department bulletin. The event takes place this Saturday at Company 5, beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing round-the-clock until 11 a.m. Sunday.

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Healing Prayer Service Byrd Chapel will be conducting a Healing Prayer Service on Sunday, July 1st at 6:00 pm. This service is open to the community. We will have a time of worship and praise and our prayer teams will be praying with and for individuals who are suffering from physical ailments, emotional wounds and/or difficult circumstances. Examples of what you might request healing prayer for include, but are not limited to: Physical: arthritis, cancer, pain, fibromyalgia. Emotional wounds: trauma of any type, abuse, addictions. Difficult circumstances: job needs, financial needs, marital difficulty, etc. Our prayer ministers are trained and all prayer requests are kept strictly confidential. Please spread the word and invite friends, family and neighbors to this wonderful opportunity for healing prayer. Byrd Chapel United Methodist Church 5371 Venable Road, Kents Store, VA 23084 byrdchapelumc.com • byrdchapel@gmail.com 434-591-0005

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Work proceeding on Benedictine at River Road Abbey site By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Benedictine College Preparatory School Headmaster Jesse Grapes invited newly appointed academic dean Del. Lee Ware and Goochland 5th District Supervisor Ken Peterson out to the Abbey site on River Road for a tour last week. “We can serve our students better in this facility than we can downtown,” said Grapes. “Fifty acres is a lot better than two acres.” Grapes said two of the three plans of development have been provided to the county and said the last and most important plan, which includes the entrance and road improvements, would be submitted shortly. “That is really the key piece,” said Grapes. Peterson asked if work was being done before approval by the county and Grapes said no. “We’re just trying to be as ready as we can be,” he said. The only noticeable work in progress last Thursday was two workers engaged in installing large windows on one side of the dining hall., which Grapes said will be able to serve 400 people, calling it a “huge upgrade for us.”

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Benedictine Headmaster Jesse Grapes, left, talks with new academic dean Del. Lee Ware, R-65, and Goochland District 5 Supervisor Ken Peterson, during a tour of the River Road site. At right, work continues on new windows for the upgraded dining hall.

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Fall slate set It was a quiet election day last week in the state, as Virginians voted in the Republican Primary. Turnout was low, and results were pretty much as expected. U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor, R-7, trounced challenger Floyd Bane and will now face Democrat Wayne Powell in November. Former U. S. Senator and Virginia governor George Allen also prevailed convincingly, besting three other GOP hopefuls in the senatorial primary. Tea Party activist Jaime Radtke was Allen’s only significant challenger, winning a little over 23 percent of the ballots cast to Allen’s 63 percent. Turnout in the Senate primary was about 10 percent. Allen will now face Democrat Tim Kaine, also a former Virginia governor, this fall. Noteworthy once again was the higher participation rate of Goochland voters, particularly in the Senate primary, where about 13 percent voted compared to 5 percent statewide. Same thing in the congressional race, Goochland turning out at a 13 percent rate versus 10 percent district wide. By the way, the Seventh District race had the highest turnout of the four GOP congressional primaries. For professional tea leaf readers, what does it all mean? Goochland Republican Committee Chairman Ben Slone noted the obvious. “The main thing is that Goochland votes,” he said Monday. He also noted that Radtke performed much better in Goochland, where she took 14 percent more votes than she did statewide against Allen. “I think she did very well for not having the money and the name recognition,” said Slone. Now political junkies will have to swelter through the dog days of summer before the political rhetoric heats up after Labor Day. Virginia is seen as a swing state by most political analysts, President Obama having carried it in 2008, the first Democrat to do so since Lyndon Johnson in 1964. Not going to happen this time, says Slone, who without hesitation predicts Romney, Allen and Cantor victories in November. That’s a pretty safe bet in Goochland, where McCain bested Obama by a 60 to 38 percent margin in 2008. But statewide it could be another matter. Democrats likely have a different outcome in mind. For those of you who can’t wait for November, or maybe feel Goochland will be competitive for Democrats, how about letting us know what you think the fall will bring? - Ken Odor

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Students pitch in at Envoy at the Meadows On Saturday June 16th, over 50 children from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints located in Short Pump descended upon the grounds of skilled nursing facility Envoy at the Meadows located off Dogtown Road in Goochland County. A group of students from the church had reached out to us to volunteer their time in our building by helping out with various

activities. Our facility had never seen such enthusiastic readiness to spend time with our residents and help out around the facility wherever they could. The students took part in such tasks as washing windows, painting furniture, providing manicures to the residents, playing the piano, building bird houses, cleaning the kitchen, and other activities throughout the facility. No task was too great or too small for the students and they willingly tackled every activity that they were given. During the several hours that they

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Elsie Mae Connalley, 86, of Blackstone, passed away June 14, 2012 after a long illness. She was a daughter of the late Edmond C. and Rosa B. Woodward. She was also preceded in death by her husband of 59 years, Sidney W. Connalley Jr.; and her sister, Arbutus W. Bradshaw. She is survived by her son, Sidney W. Connalley III of National City, Calif.; her daughter, Ellen Rose Connalley of Blackstone; her granddaughter, Leslie MCCall and husband, John, of N. Richland,Texas; her grandson, Marco Connalley of National City,Calif.; her sister, Louise W. Hill of Richmond, Va.; two nieces, one nephew, three great-nieces and two greatnephews. Mrs.Connalley was born in Richmond, Va. and grew up in Goochland County. She graduated from Rockville High School, and Mary Washington College in Fredricksburg. After living in Richmond, she was employed by the Virginia Board of Pharmacy, later she met and married her husband and moved to Blackstone. She was a member of Crenshaw United Methodist Church. She read and loved the Bible and raised her family in the faith. She always had a smile and enjoyed a hardy laugh. Visitation with family and friends was held Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at HamnerMcMillian Funeral Home, 1400 S. Main St., Blackstone. Memorial services will be held 11 a.m. Thursday, June 21, 2012 at Crenshaw United Methodist Church. Memorial gifts in memory of Mrs. Connalley may be made to Crenshaw United Methodist Church or the American Cancer Society . HamnerMcMillian Funeral Home is serving the Connalley Family. Online condolences at hamnermcmillian.com.

Hartless Bonnie Lee Hartless, 61, of Lexington, died Sunday, June 17, 2012 at Envoy at the Meadows in Goochland, Va. Born Sept. 29, 1950 in Lexington a daughter of the late James R. Hartless and Una Lee Ramsey Smith. Ms. Hartless was a member of the Pentecostal Outreach Church, and a former member of the Moose Club in Clifton Forge. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by three brothers, Carl T. Hartless, Frank E. Hartless, and Robert Lee Hartless. Surviving are two daughters, Susan Amos Wilcox of Montpelier, Va.; Patrice Amos Shook and husband David of Rockville, Va.; one sister, Linda BaylySmith of Lexington; one brother, James H. Hartless of MD; four grandchildren, Matthew Dickerson, Mason Dickerson, Megan Wilcox, and Rilee Wilcox; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 21, 2012 at Bolling, Grose and Lotts Funeral Chapel with the Rev. Larry Clark officiating. Burial to follow at Green Hill Cemetery. Family received friends Wednesday, June 20, 2012 at Bolling, Grose, and Lotts Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Buena Vista, Va. Lucas Scott Walter Lucas, 58, of Manakin-Sabot, passed into God’s Kingdom on June 15, 2012. He is survived by his beloved children, Scott Ryan Lucas and wife, Vanessa, and Erin Patricia Lucas; his grandsons, Jake and Gavin Lucas; his father, Earl Lucas Jr.; his brother, Tim and wife, Ellen; his sister, Terri and husband, Reed; several nephews and nieces; and his nurse and partner, Kellie Shantz. He was predeceased by his moth-

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Bryan Trophy focus for Deep Run Horse Show riders Event runs June 20-24 at Deep Run Hunt Club By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

A horse country tradition – the Deep Run Horse Show – returns to the Deep Run Hunt Club in Manakin Sabot this week. The show, featuring a host of equestrian events and local riders, begins Wednesday and ends Sunday. Visitors may be overwhelmed with what to focus on: with horses and riders competing in more than 150 events over the five days of the show, there is a lot to see. But for the participants, most of the focus will be on the Bryan Trophy competition, which has achieved legendary status since it began in 1962. “It’s an equitation class for junior riders,” said 16-year-old Margaret Luck of Maidens, Va., who hopes to become the 51st name on the list of winners. “I know that it attracts a lot of junior riders to compete in. The tradition keeps a lot of local people coming, and the size of the show gets a lot of people from the East Coast to compete.” Unlike most of the other classes, which are judged on the horse’s ability to complete the jumping course, Luck said the Bryan Trophy competition presents more difficult jumps and – while the horse’s perfor-

mance is important – is judged on how the rider presents herself. “Judging is based on how smoothly you can make the course look, how easy you ride it, how you present yourself to the judge, how you complete your jumping course cleanly,” Luck said. “You have to get through the whole course without stopping or pulling rails.” Ada Cosby, a trainer whose daughter Annie won the Bryan Trophy in 2009, described what the riders and horses go through. “First they compete over fences,” Ada Cosby said. “Then they bring the riders back to compete on the flat, which is showing their skill without the jump. After that, they usually pick six of the riders to come back for further testing where they do a shorter, more difficult jumping course.” The jumping course consists of a minimum of six fences no more than 3 feet, 6 inches high and 4 feet wide. The rider must navigate the course in an efficient and elegant manner. On the flat course, the rider guides the horse through a series of walks, trots and canters and may be required to demonstrate other aspects of horsemanship. Both components are scored on a 100point scale. “My daughter felt very privileged to be among the

riders who have won it,” Ada Cosby said. “As you go back in history, some of the best riders in our industry were Bryan Trophy winners.” Annie Cosby, a sophomore at Elon University, said what it felt like to win the trophy. “The Deep Run Horse Show is local for us, so it was a big deal to go watch the Bryan Trophy,” Annie Cosby said. “When I got to compete in it, I didn’t even really dream of winning or even placing – I was just doing it for fun. It was on my last year that I could do it. When I won, it was kind of a huge surprise. … We had just finished the test when they announced the results. I was still really nervous, but it was really exciting.” She said she was humbled by being able to claim membership in an elite club. “That was the biggest thing about it,” Annie Cosby said. “Being able to share that I won the same trophy in the same class as some people that I had looked up to growing up.” The Deep Run Horse Show is one of three shows designated by the United States Equestrian Federation as a USEF Heritage Competition, the highest honor the federation awards to a show. While the Bryan Trophy is the highlight, top finishers in all events benefit from the show’s status within the industry.

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The Deep Run Horse Show runs from June 20-24 at the Deep Run Hunt Club in Manakin Sabot.

“This one is a [USEF] ‘AA’ rated show,” Luck said. “It means you can earn more points nationally though it.” If the status and excitement of the show were not enough, the hospitality makes it a hit for participants and fans, Luck said. Hospitality is something that event organizers take very seriously.

“We are very well known for our hospitality,” said Betsy Tompkins, “AA” chairman for the Deep Run Horse Show Association. In addition to food and beverages, vendors on the show grounds will be offering a variety of arts, crafts and clothing. Events begin each day at 8 a.m. Admission is free.

Proceeds from the show will benefit the Second Chances program run by the James River Chapter of the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation. The program, based at the James River Work Center, rescues retired racehorses from possible neglect, abuse or slaughter as well as teaches inmates elite grooming skills.

Eagle Classic winner will earn spot in Kingsmill LPGA event Local winner will earn berth in September’s Kingsbill Championship Contributed report

Last week, the Kingsmill Championship displayed support for the Symetra Tour – Road to the LPGA, with the announcement that the winner of the 2012 Eagle

Classic will gain entry into the LPGA event. The Kings Mill Championship – one of five tournaments added to the 2012 LPGA Tour schedule – will be played Sept. 6-10 at Kingsmill Resort in Williamsburg. The Eagle Classic takes place at Richmond Country Club, from Aug. 17-19. “Providing entry into the Kingsmill Championship

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Bobby Lutz offers hoops advice- Fit in NC State coach, college hoops is about finding the right fit By Charlie Leffler cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

Nearly every local high school basketball player dreams about continuing their career in college and then going on to the professional ranks. For many, such dreams will always remain no more than dreams while others actually have a chance to fulfill that fantasy. While most players think the only way to find basketball success is through a major college, according to North Carolina State University Associate Men’s Basketball Coach Bobby Lutz, the path to such fulfillment is rarely as predictable as the end goal. For Lutz, above all else the important thing is finding the right fit. Last month, Lutz stopped in Richmond, as part of a Wolfpack Caravan tour, to talk to a large group of alumni that live in Central Virginia. Lutz, who just wrapped up his first season at NC State, was filling in for men’s head coach basketball coach Mark Gottfreid who was committed elsewhere. “I’m excited to do it,” he said. “We’re just one piece of the Wolfpack puzzle, but being the newest piece and being in basketball, which is pretty high profile obviously, we want to be out there as much as we can just to let the fans see us and get to know us a little bit. They’d rather see Mark but he can’t be everywhere.” Lutz is familiar with the city, most recently due to his work as the head coach for UNC Charlotte, which made several trips to town to play Atlantic10 games against the University of Richmond. “It’s a great basketball city,” Lutz said. While some may discount

the impact of an assistant coach, there is no question that Lutz’s presence at NC State helped Gottfried complete an amazing single-season turnaround for the Wolfpack. Lutz scouted every game last season, which carried them into the NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 for the first time since 2005. The team also recorded 24 wins, the most since 1998. “We really exceeded most experts and probably most everyone’s expectations, coming in, inheriting a team that had never won,” Lutz said. “None of these guys had won more than five league games in any year that they’d played.” NC State was far from the first time that Lutz found success on the basketball court. He has successfully coached at nearly every level of college basketball from NAIA to midmajor to the ACC. As such, Lutz knows the importance of finding the right fit. Even as a walk-on, not every player can fit into high profile programs, in leagues like the ACC, Big East, SEC or Big 10. “We have a tremendous number of guys that come and try to walk on and most of them don’t make it,” Lutz said. “I always try to be painfully honest.” Lutz himself was cut in his attempt to walk on at North Carolina Charlotte in 1976. However, when he took over as head coach at tiny Pfeiffer College in 1986, Lutz learned that the size of the school does not determine the amount of future success in basketball. “I had a guy (Antonio Harvey) play in the NBA for five years,” he said. “I had another kid, Tony Smith, play 18 years; a kid from Suffock (Va). They retired his jersey in Spain. He played 18 years professionally and made a load of money.”

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While in Richmond, NC State Associate Men’s Basketball Coach Bobby Lutz, center, spoke to Wolfpack alumni Bill Cooper, left, and Dan Houffman, right. Lutz also offered advice for young basketball players who dream of success beyond high school.

To this day, Lutz uses both players as an example when talking with high school athletes who have big dreams. “What I tell them, there’s nothing wrong with going to a Division II or even a Division III school, being a part of that and being on the floor,” he said. “Whereas, if you come to walkon at State, and be important as a practice player, you’re never going to have the opportunity to have the role that you would have at a lower level. “I try to be honest but also open,” Lutz said. “There’s nothing wrong with playing at another level. Find the right school, the right fit and go with it.” For Lutz, players such as Harvey and Smith found professional success, not by being a part of major programs but by finding the right fit in college.

“What happens is, you get “It’s an inexact science,” player and listen to family and a young man who’s not quite Lutz said. “It’s really hard to say, based on my faith and my ready to be a high Division say what’s right. You’ve got to family what do I think is the I player, but if he goes to the go with your heart as a young right choice for me.” right small school, maybe it’s a Congratulations LSU Tigers low D-I or a mid D-I, then he blossoms and you couple that with he has the opportunity of getting playing time. “He plays as a freshman even though he’s maybe not quite ready, but he learns and gets better,” Lutz said. Oftentimes such players are said to have slipped through the cracks, but Lutz defines them otherwise. “I don’t know that they slip through the cracks,” he said. “I think they just found the right opportunity and then Photo submitted by Jed King maximized that and took their game to a different level. Had The 2012 GYAA Majors Division Champions - the LSU Tigers. Front: Tyler Gentry, Jared Brooks, Alex Poling and Austin they gone to a bigger school, Rose. Back: Asst. Coach Jay Poling, Jordan Jones, Ben they may have never gotten Slone, Wyatt Murray, Asst. Coach Derek Murray, Forrest into the game as much to Webb, John John King and Head Coach Jed King. Not picdevelop that. tured: Robbie Wood and Jacob Massey.


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556-4774 or visit the library at and surrounding areas will IceBreaker Games for Teens 3075 River Road West for more be demonstrating operations under emergency conat the Goochland Branch information. ditions on June 23-24 at Library at 6 p.m. Ages 11-18. Company 5 Fire and Rescue Saturday, June 23 Play icebreaker games and on Fairground Rd. Using meet new friends. Enjoy pizza, Giant Sun Craft at the emergency power supplies drinks, and dessert provided by Goochland Branch Library at the Friends of the Goochland 10 a.m. Make a giant sun using and temporary antennas, the Library. Call 556-4774 or visit sticks yarn, fabric, beads, and ham operators will set up at the library at 3075 River Road natural materials. Supplies Company 5 and operate from 2 p.m. Saturday until 2 p.m. West for more information. provided by the Friends of on Sunday. For additional the Goochland Library. Call information, please call 784556-4774 or visit the library 5791. Friday, June 22 Friday Morning Movie at at 3075 River Road West for the Goochland Branch Library more information. Sunday, June 24 at 10 a.m. See a great movie on The Amateur Radio New Line Bapt. Church is the big screen. Refreshments Emergency Service (ARES) celebrating its 142nd Church provided by the Friends of group from Goochland Anniversary and the 15th the Goochland Library. Call Thursday, June 21

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Anniversary of its pastor, Rev. J. R. Coney. The church anniversary will be at its 10 a.m. service with Rev. Rebecca Jackson, associate pastor as its preacher. The pastor’s anniversary will be at 3 p.m. with Rev. Dr. Jerome Ross and his choir from Providence Bapt. Church, Richmond Va as our guests. Lunch will follow morning service. Church is located at 4876 New Line Rd. Gum Spring, VA. For more information please call 5565506 or 556-3332. Wednesday, June 27 Blue Sky Puppets: “Goldy

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FOR YOUR ENTERTAINMENT CROSSWORD PUZZLE

SUDOKU: FUN BY THE NUMBERS

HOROSCOPES ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Expect to expend a little energy this week to get the job done right, Aries. Leaving it up to others is not the best way to go in this instance. Step up. TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, focus on the big picture or nothing will get accomplished. It’s too easy to get lost in all of the little details. Follow through on the task at hand. GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, someone will catch your ear and it will only serve to confuse you. You won’t know what to make of it but don’t get worried. It will all begin to make sense once a few pieces fall into place. CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Lots of people need your help, Cancer. Focus all of your energy on helping others for the time being. You will feel good about your efforts and the good karma that results from them. LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you need to figure out how to turn all of your great ideas into workable projects -- especially ones that can make you some money. Get started on a plan.

Here’s How It Works: 46. Hair on the head 47. Actress Derek 48. Wrenching 52. Overhead shot 55. Federal job safety law 56. At the front 60. Interagency Manufacturers Operating Group (abbr.) 62. Chew tobacco 63. Sacred Muslim pilgrim shrine 64. Very small 65. Kilo yard (abbr.) 66. “____ Ado About Nothing” 67. British school for boys CLUES DOWN 1. Wood shaping tool 2. Two considered as a unit 3. Tennis’ Kournikova 4. TV cook Ray 5. Canadian Wildlife Fed. 6. Exclamation of triumph 7. A cut & polished mineral 8. One who removes 9. Stout stick, larger at one end 10. Town in Ghana 11. Lowest or bottom part 14. Smoothing tool

15. Dentist’s group 21. Atomic #48 23. Providence school (abbr.) 24. Allot a site to 25. Pole (Scottish) 26. Hop kilns 27. Mister 28. London palace 29. Finger millet 30. Bestow an honor on 31. Nine-banded armadillo 32. Northern Bolivian river 40. Atomic #28 43. 1st guru of Sikhism 44. Fullback 45. Violet gemstone 46. 26th state 48. A mass of stone 49. Like fireplace residue 50. N’Djamena is the capital 51. ___ City, Oklahoma 74641 53. Leave out 54. Singer & Congressman Sonny 57. Cologne 58. Basics 59. Dash 61. Lifting device on a sailing ship

Sudoku puzzles are formatted as a 9x9 grid, broken down into nine 3x3 boxes. To solve a sudoku, the numbers 1 through 9 must fill each row, column and box. Each number can appear only once in each row, column and box. You can figure out the order in which the numbers will appear by using the numeric clues already provided in the boxes. The more numbers you name, the easier it gets to solve the puzzle!

FAMOUS BIRTHDAYS JUNE 17: Newt Gingrich, Politician (69) JUNE 18: Blake Shelton, Singer (36) JUNE 19: Zoe Saldana, Actress (34) JUNE 20: Lionel Ritchie, Singer (63) JUNE 21: Prince William, British heir (30) JUNE 22: Cyndi Lauper, Singer (59) JUNE 23: Frances McDormand, Actress (55)

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Don’t expect this week to go smoothly, Libra. But that doesn’t necessarily mean it will go badly. It’s just full of distractions and interruptions. SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, you may be feeling sensual and romantic for the next few days. It could be because of all of the positive attention you have been receiving lately. SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 You may feel happy when a friend or family member comes over to visit today, Sagittarius. You have been waiting for some company for quite a while. Enjoy the visit. CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, your mind will be all over the place this week unless you find someone to help you get focused. Think of it as having a babysitter who can call you out if you start to stray. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, you will be amazed at the results when you finally set your mind to something. Stick with what you’re doing and enjoy the ride.

THIS WEEK’S ANSWERS

CLUES ACROSS 1. Three-banded armadillo 5. Confining bird structure 9. Taxi 12. Comedian Carvey 13. A young canine 15. “Spy Kids” actress Jessica 16. Galvanizing element 17. TV show “Modern ____ _y” 18. 2s 19. Hooray! 20. Suggesting horror 22. Eastbound 24. Region of SE Pakistan 25. 1999 high school massacre 29. Hip-hop music 32. The cry made by sheep 33. Herb rue genus 34. Reverence 35. Point that is one point S of due E 36. Slash or slice 37. Idly talk 38. Meshwork for fishing 39. K particle 41. Division of geological time 42. Tax collector 43. Treated soil with nitrates

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Change will be all around you, Virgo. While you’re not overly excited about it, you realize change is essential to growing in your life and career. New work arrangements need to be made.

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, help around the house or at the office this week and the work will benefit you and all of the other people with whom you interact.


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LEGAL NOTICES VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND HAROLD ROBINSON, et al., Plaintiffs, v.

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JOSEPH E. ALLEN and IDA ALLEN, if living, or the Unknown Heirs, Devisees, Creditors and Successors in Interest of Joseph E. Allen and Ida Allen, if deceased, made parties here to by the designation "Parties Unknown," Defendants

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to quiet title to and establish title in the Plaintiffs to a certain 10+/- acre parcel of land in Dover District, Goochland County, VA., located on the southeast side of Cardwell Road (State Route 670) approximately 0.35 miles from the intersection of Cardwell Road (State Route 670) and Broad Street Road (U.S. Route 250) and identified on the Goochland County Tax Maps as Tax Map Parcel No. 45-1-58 and GPIN 6797-076502 (the "Property"). An affidavit having been made and signed that the names and whereabouts of the said Defendants and their heirs, devisees, creditors and successors in interest are unknown, it is hereby ORDERED, that each of said parties appear on or before 1:30 p.m. on August 7, 2012, and do whatever is necessary to protect their interest in said land. ENTERED: 6/7/12 Timothy K. Sanner, Judge An Extract Teste: Lee G. Turner, Clerk I ASK FOR THIS: Darvin E. Satterwhite, p.q.

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, July 3rd, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following: 1. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 13 (“Taxation”), Article IA (“Personal Property Tax”) Section 13-10.6 (“Situs for taxation”) of the Goochland County Code to Revise How the Situs is Determined for Motor Vehicles Used or Owned by Full-Time Students Attending an Institution of Higher Education, Pursuant to a Recent Change in State Law. 2. Countywide Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to Amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses and Business Regulations”), Article III (“Purchase and Sale of Precious Metals”) Section 8-276 (“Dealer to Retain Purchases”) of the Goochland County Code to Revise the Provisions Related to the Time Limit in Which Dealers of Precious Metals or Gems Must Retain Purchased Items, Pursuant to a Recent Change in State Law. The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail:countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.

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