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Volume 57, Number 30 • August 4, 2011

County seeks input on UDAs in two meetings By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

Goochland County held its final round of meetings recently designed to gather public comments on establishing new urban development areas (UDAs) in the county. The final session focused on the courthouse area, and plans to designate areas for higher density, mixed use development. The General Assembly mandated their creation two years ago, but there is political uncertainty surrounding the new guidelines. Although there is a concerted effort in the General Assembly to

make UDA mandates optional, county planner Tom Coleman said his staff must proceed by standards of the current law. UDAs are areas designated for future growth that feature walkable neighborhoods, a combination of residential and commercial development and are targeted for areas already served by public water and sewer. “This is the second series in a number of community meetings we’ve been having regarding whether or not the county would like to have higher density, mixed use zonsee UDAs > page 2

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Manuel Alvarez speaks at last week’s Goochland Republican Mass Meeting. Alvarez got the party’s backing for the District 2 Board of Supervisors seat now held by Chairman William Quarles.

Alvarez to challenge Quarles in District 2 supervisor contest By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Manuel Alvarez Jr. is known for his running prowess, competing in frequent local races. But now the former marathon runner is turning his sights on

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another finish line, one that could lead to a seat on the Goochland County Board of Supervisors. Alvarez, 57, in an interview at his home in Willow Trace last Friday, talked about what led him to challenge incumbent William Quarles, who ran unopposed for

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his first two terms. “I’d feel really bad if we at least didn’t have a challenge for Bill,” said Alvarez, adding that he and Quarles are friends. Alvarez, who received the endorsesee Alvarez > page 4

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Principal Planner Tom Coleman talks to a sparse crowd at the second of two meetings designed to examine the possibility of creating Urban Development Areas (UDAs) in Goochland.

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The temperature might have hit triple-digits in parts of Goochland County last Thursday, but the wit and wisdom of area residents still was intact as they spoke about the inability of Congress at that time to pass a debt-reduction plan. “This thing has been going on for three months or so,” said Bobby Parrish. “We’ve gone through this before, and the government has never shut down. I don’t think they will let it shut down now.” Parrish said he thought the key to revitalizing the economy was to lower gas prices. “The economy will come back when gas prices are lowered,” he said. “The problem with gas prices now is everybody in Congress owns gas stock, and they don’t want to see the price of gas go down because then their stock

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ing in certain areas of the county,” county administrator Rebecca Dickson told the gathering. Recommendations put forward in these meetings were the result of feedback obtained from the public in the first round of meetings, and included some changes. “What you will see tonight are recommendations around possible areas for designation for higher dendsity that would impact the county’s Comprehensive Plan,” Dickson added. The recommendations would not affect zoning. The new recommendations reduce the number of acres originally identified

wo u l d n’t be worth as much. When gas prices go d o w n , people will Parrish be able to afford to buy things. They’ll be able to take a vacation instead of a staycation.” Brett Blaisdell said getting a debt-reduction plan passed wasn’t going to be easy. “I don’t know what Congress is going to do or when they’ll get something done,” he said. “I try not to give it too much thought. The problem is too complex to figure out, and any improvements will be short and temporary.” Amin Rayess, the owner of Courthouse Pizza, offered his own philosophical view. “The road goes on forever and the music never changes,” he said when asked his opinion of why Congress seemed

unable to get anything done about debtrelief. “The working man will Blaisdell always be the working man, and politicians will always be politicians. They’ll get something done, but it will be a long term fix with short term problems.” Phil White, owner of Patriot Motorsports 2, compared the bickering in Congress to a marriage. “Somebody has got to bend more than the other,” he said. “It’s like a marriage where someone has to give a little more than the other person to get something done. “I think they’ll get it resolved soon, because they have too,” White added. “A lot of bad things can happen if they don’t.” One issue he has particu-

lar interest in is health care insurance. “I’m a U.S. citizen withRayess out any health insurance,” White said. “If I was the President, I’d go to Congress and tell them you have six months to come up with a workable health White insurance plan. If you can’t come up with something in six months, I’ll cancel all of your government funded health insurance, and then you can buy your own like anyone else that doesn’t have health insurance. I believe if they had to pay for their own health insurance, they’d get it done.”

in the courthouse area, and places the UDA designated area along Route 6. Colleman said the first step in the process was to establish projected population estimates for the county, dictating how many acres would need to be set aside for UDA developments. Currently, there are 750 acres in Centerville and about 130 acres identified in the courthouse area that could be used for UDA development. Dickson stressed that development in these areas would be market driven, and residents outside the zones could still seek higher density rezonings under current code guidelines. What we want to hear from you tonght is whether or not we’re hitting the mark

with the recommendations,” Dickson said. She said staff hopes to present the Board of Supervisors with the recommendations at their August meeting. Patti Rosner said she thought any action on the proposals should be deferred until after upcoming elections. There are ongoing efforts in the General Assembly to make the mandate optional for localities. “Please follow the course of other cities, counties and towns like our nieghbors in Roanoke and Chesterfield that have already decided to delay any vote until after the election,” Rosner said. She said the series of meetings had accomplished one very important mission. “The one positive thing

that has come out of this process is that many residents are interested in being involved in this process,” she said. “I believe once the mandate issue is resolved, these folks will be back to work with the planners to have more of a viable county for the future,” Rosner said. The process is still far from complete. Once the Board of Supervisors reviews the recommendations and decides on what areas to leave in or take out, they will refer the land use changes to the Planning Commission. Public hearings will accompany any actions taken by either body. “All that we have done is designate things for their (the board’s) discussion,” Dickson said. “They might pick and choose on August 2.”


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Goochland GOP holds mass meeting By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland Republicans sense a pivotal election coming up in November. Last Wednesday evening they got ready for it, picking candidates to support for supervisor, school board and constitutional offices. “These are very capable individuals,” said Goochland Republican Committee Chair Ben Slone. With about 100 people in attendance at Grace Episcopal Church in Goochland Courthouse, the party picked Board of Supervisors candidates Manuel Alvarez in District 2, Ned Creasey in District 3 and Rudy Butler in District 4. The party was scheduled to hold a canvas Aug. 2 in District 1 between Phil

Hunnel and Susan Lascolette and in District 5 between Courtney Hyers and Ken Peterson. Goochland Republicans also endorsed candidates for School Board in each district: Mike Payne in District 1, Kevin Hazzard in District 2, John Lumpkins in District 3, Beth Hardy in District 4 and John Wright in District 5. Interim Treasurer Pamela Cooke Johnson got the nod for the Treasurer nomination while incumbent Clairborne Stokes was nominated for another term as Commonwealth’s Attorney. While waiting for the various committees to do their work, the crowd heard from guest speakers Bryan Rhode and Tom Garrett, both candidates for the newly created 22nd State Senate District. “I hope it means change,”

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A Goochland child care provider was a member of a pilot program to improve child care services in home based settings From last December through July 1, Helen Payne, who operates Glory Home Child Care Preschool in her home in western Goochland, was part of the Virginia Star Quality Initiative’s statewide pilot program “It made the environment more school like,” said Payne, who is licensed to care for up to 12 children up to four years old. The program, a partnership between the Virginia

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continued from > page 1 ment of the Goochland County Republican Committee at their mass meeting last Wednesday night, said he doesn’t plan to become a career politician. “I’m looking at one term, maybe two terms max,” he said. “I don’t think politics should be a career.” Alvarez’s journey to Goochland County has been a long one, starting from his birthplace, Matanzas, Cuba, a port town about 100 kilometers east of Havana. After the revolution and Fidel Castro’s rise to power, Alvarez’s parents sent him, along with his sister, to Spain in 1968 when he was 14. After six months there in a Catholic refugee camp and a home in Madrid run by German Lutherans, he came to the U.S. “We flew into New York City and had to circle the airport several times,” said Alvarez, who had just turned 15. He recalled seeing the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State Building. His father and mother came to Richmond, where Alvarez and

Early Childhood Foundation (VECF) and the Virginia Office of Early Childhood Development (OECD) was designed to improve the quality of care in home-based settings. Six communities in Virginia were selected to participate in the pilot program. A grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, commonly known as “stimulus funds,” provided money for the project. The child-care providers received mentoring services and feedback while participating in the pilot and were rated in four areas: education, qualifications and training of staff, overall learning environment, staff-to-child ratios and pro-

gram management. “It’s a higher standard than just having a license,” said Payne. “Someone comes out to rate you and make suggestions and set goals for you.” Payne said the program helped her reorganize her

activity room, dividing it into sections for different subjects. “It’s preparing the children for going into kindergarten,” she said. For more information on the VSQI, visit www.smartbeginnings.org.

his sister had been placed, to join them. Although he spoke almost no English, he attended John Marshall High School and then Maggie Walker, where he graduated in 1972. He has been a naturalized U.S. citizen since 1974. Alvarez already had a job at Sears when he graduated high school, thanks to attending Richmond Technical Center. Over the years he took classes at J. Sargeant Reynolds and Virginia Commonwealth University. He now works for Altria, as a Program Manager. He and his wife Grace have been married for 34 years. Alvarez moved to Goochland in 2004 and immediately encountered one of the problems still on his agenda to address: broadband cable access. “It is as critical now as the telephone used to be,” said Alvarez. “It’s hard to bring a big company to Goochland without having access to broadband for their employees,” said Alvarez, who, like many, sometimes depends on internet access to work from home. Having worked in

Information Technology for years, Alvarez said his background in the broadband issue would be helpful to him if elected. Other critical issues for the new candidate are finding ways to cut county expenses. He said he is against a pay increase for the new board and would vote against it. He is not in favor of raising the current 53 cent per hundred real estate tax rate. “I think there are still opportunities for cost-cutting in the county and the schools,” he said. Alvarez was critical of some of the budget presentations he has seen at School Board meetings. “If I went to my boss with that kind of a presentation I would have been gone a long time ago,” he said, referring to some presentations where the numbers were not clear. “I’ve see reshuffling but I haven’t seen any administrative positions go away,” said Alvarez. On other issues, Alvarez said he is against changing the county’s form of government in the wake of the problems in

the Treasurer’s Office. He also opposes the mandatory UDA concept, although he said he is in favor of the county studying higher density and mixed use developments on its own. On the Tuckahoe Creek Service District (TCSD) debt issue, Alvarez said restructuring the debt is one option, plus the possibility of bringing new customers into the system in West Creek. Alvarez said he looks forward to the unveiling of the economic development plan and the hiring of an economic development director. And he lamented the lack of cooperation between the supervisors and the School Board. “It’s critical for the two boards to become connected. Budget time isn’t the only time you should hear from the School Board,” he said. If elected, Alvarez promised to be accessible to his constituents. “My commitment is I will be open to you,” he said. “The citizens will know what I am doing.”

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The Center for Rural Culture and Powhatan Tomorrow are pleased to announce the creation of Virginia’s newest Master Naturalist Chapter—the James River Master Naturalists (JRMN). The Master Naturalist program is comprised of volunteers who are curious about nature, enjoy the outdoors and want to contribute to natural resource management and conservation efforts in their local communities. Virginia’s Master Naturalist Program is patterned after the Master Gardener program.

Each Master Naturalist volunteer begins by successfully completing a 40 hour basic training course. Upon completion of the training program, all Master Naturalists are then required to perform 40 hours of volunteer service as well as receive an additional eight hours of advanced training annually. Master Naturalist volunteers can serve their communities in many ways. For example, volunteers can educate youths and adults about nature. They can collect data on wildlife and plant populations, invasive species and water quality or they can restore wildlife habitats, build trails and install rain gardens.

The volunteer opportunities are as diverse as the Master Naturalists themselves. Keith Flannagan, a JRMN Steering Committee member sees many opportunities in the local area for Master Naturalists to serve. According to Flannagan “Master Naturalists will play a vital role as educators, citizen scientists and resource stewards at Goochland’s new county parks as well as at the new Powhatan State Park just across the river.” The inaugural James River Master Naturalist basic training class will begin in midSept and will run for 13 weeks. Classes will be held on Tuesday evenings at J. Sargeant

Reynolds Community College’s Goochland Campus and at Powhatan High School. The topics covered include subjects such as Virginia’s biogeography, ecology, birds, fish, mammals, botany, ecology and research skills. In addition to classroom instruction, there will be several hands-on field trips in the local area. There are still several openings in the class. For more information on becoming a Master Naturalist or learning more about the James River Master Naturalist’s program, contact Michelle Whitehurst at michelle.whitehurst@powhatan.k12.va.us or get an application at http:// offices.ext.vt.edu/goochland.

Cooling centers set up in Goochland Staff Report

As the temperature soars, cooling shelters are opening throughout Goochland County for people needing assistance. The county’s Web site, www.co.goochland.va.us/ has a list of churches and locations serving as cooling shelters that are open.

Salem Baptist Church is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information call 784-4171. Forest Grove Christian Church was listed on the Web site as being open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The church’s phone number is 457-3612.

Ragland Memorial Baptist Church, according to Goochland Social Services, also is a cooling shelter. Ragland Memorial Baptist’s phone number is 556-4500.

People in need of finding a cooling shelter can call the Goochland County Health Department at 556-5843 for information concerning locations.

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Sitting on the couch, in despair Would be the way I’d describe myself this Monday evening if I weren’t an optimist as I watch this truly unbelievable spectacle of grown men and women failing in their attempt to deal with a federal government out of control. Not to mention the endless commentary on any and every TV, radio and Internet outlet. So we sent senior reporter Jim Fields out into the county to ask folks about the debt ceiling crisis. Bobby Parrish told Fields the key to revitalizing the economy was lowering gas prices. And although the question at hand was raising the allowable national debt, Parrish has a point, since if we had cheaper gas it would be a heckuva lot more likely that folks would spend more, thus generating more jobs, which would create more income tax revenue, which would allow the government to borrow less money. But cheaper gas could only come about if there were a rational energy policy in the U.S. which allowed drilling where the oil is. That would be too simple, it seems. Phil White had a good idea, which was to strip the Congress of their health insurance if they couldn’t reach a deal. That surely must appeal to many of those weary of a dysfunctional legislature. Maybe a part-time Congress would be better, like the Virginia General Assembly. When not in session, at least they could do no harm, right? But then who would keep an eye on the Chief Executive? Tuesday afternoon the Senate

finally brought the drama to an end, approving the debt ceiling bill 74-26, but it’s really just a first installment in a debate that will surely continue until the 2012 congressional and presidential elections. So maybe this close to unwatchable exercise will have a useful purpose, helping voters focus on the fundamental differences between the two parties in preparation for November 2012.

Letters – we still like them, with a few caveats We were pleased at how many folks sent in their thoughts last week, many on the upcoming GOP canvasses in Districts 1 and 5. All we ask is that folks follow the guidelines in the letters to the editor box to the right. Send them by the post, by e-mail or by fax, it’s all good. But sign them please and take the time to include an address and a daytime phone number. We want to let readers know where you are writing from and we want to be able to call you up if we have questions or to verify authorship. Letters without this information will not be published. If you leave addresses and phone numbers out we may call, if we have time but we’d rather writers would simply include the information in the first place. Deadline for receiving letters is Monday afternoon for that week’s issue.

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The APA Audit Report issued ument listing more findings than June 30, 2010 had no findings can be posted here. for the Goochland County I realize the Turnover Audit Treasurer’s Office. Yet the APA was probably more comprehenThe yearly audit of the Turnover Audit issued April 25, Goochland County Treasurer’s 2011 was a thirty (30) page docsee Letters > page 7 Office by the Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts for the years 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 contained one finding. The office was cited for not depositing Sheriff ’s The Gazette welcomes your signed letters to the editor on topics of interest to fees in the amount of $2,101 per Goochland residents. Letters must include your address and a daytime telephone regulation for the year 2009. number. We reserve the right to edit letters. We do not guarantee that every letter The APA Audit Reports for received will be published. Letters reflect the opinions and positions of the writers and the entire state show finding on not The Goochland Gazette. other counties, which include Send letters to: failure to do bank reconciliaThe Goochland Gazette, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, tions, insufficient internal conMechanicsville, VA 23111 trols, properly secure payments Fax: 730-0476 E-mail: jodor@goochlandgazette.com and many other findings.

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Letters continued from > page 6 sive than the yearly audit but some of the finding in the Turnover Audit should have been caught in the yearly audit, i.e., no bank reconciliation’s for two (2) years and lack of internal controls! Goochland does not need to change our form of Government for the Treasurers Office; we need the Commonwealth of Virginia Auditor of Public Accounts to do their job. Carol Salmon Coe Maidens

Yes Virginia there is a passenger train at River Road West and SR522 I had the pleasure and opportunity to speak at the recent Planning Commission concerning the Conditional Use Permit for Benedictine High School to relocate to the Abbey on River Road. I had my notes and did my research and gave what I thought was a good presentation. Unfortunately I did not have all the power point and large renderings that Mr. Satterwhite had for his presentation, but then I figure I did not need them. I am a retired public school teacher of 32 years and was used to an audience. While Mr. Satterwhite gave a positive presentation on all the virtues of moving the Benedictine High School to the Abby, he failed to mention all the short comings this permit should have addressed. There were primary concerns of traffic, aging sewer systems and water supply concerns and what was presented was the atti-

tude “lets wait and see what happens.â€? Should anything occur, the school will address the issue. Not to mention the cost and who would have to pay for them. At some time during my presentation I noticed that the Planning Commission was not very attentive. It was only when this vote was over did I figure out why. This decision had already been made in advance and it really didn’t matter what the public wanted, the engineer and conductor had hooked all the cars together at some point in time prior to this meeting. The meeting was held because the law required it. This project is the largest decision to make concerning River Road in 30 years and there was limited discussion or questions. I remember during my talk that the commission had that look on their face, just never got the connection, but I remembered my days in the classroom and the light came on‌and while Mrs. Hyers gave a passionate plea to postpone this vote to another date, I do believe that letter she read was written in advance. It should be mentioned the Mrs. Hyers is now the Chairman of the Planning Commission and if this came back, she would do the right thing. But this time around the vote had to been done the night of the meeting. The chairman of the Planning Commission gave all a chance to speak, but would not allow one speaker to make a final statement, but gave counsel for the application all the time needed to make a closing statement. Somewhere the thought of giving the tax payer the same voice as everyone else got lost in this project. At some point in making

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OPINION: Letters to the Editor policy, a government body needs to address the concern of separation of service, before you can be a representative for a case that needs to be brought back to the body you once worked for, there should be a break. Now I cannot remember the speaker who stated this at the meeting, but it went something like this, if you need something passed in Goochland County Planning Commission just get Mr. Satterwhite to represent you. The Federal Government does requires separation, so why can’t Goochland County? Thanks for your time and just one last statement. All aboard‌have your tickets ready. David Pendergrast Manakin

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Daniel Edward Bray Jr., sank his final putt and moved on to the 19th hole on July 28, 2011 after a short illness. Dan was born on April 13, 1929 in Cincinnati, Ohio

before moving to Richmond, where he spent most of his life. In 2007, he moved to Williamsburg and most recently was a resident of the Gardens of Warwick Forest in Newport News. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High

School in Richmond, Va. in 1946 and then received his BS from Hampden-Sydney College in 1950. He joined the U.S. Air Force and trained to fly the F-80 Shooting Star at Hondo Air Force Base in Texas. After serving his coun-

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Planning Commission. He was a member of All Saints Episcopal Church where he served on the Vestry and sang in the Men’s Choir. He enjoyed music and sang barbershop choral music with the Tobaccoland Chorus (now known as the Virginians) for many years. He was a loving husband and devoted father whose priority was taking care of his family. He always said that his greatest accomplishment was raising his son and daughter. He was also a passionate golfer and spent much of his retirement playing different courses in the area and the state. He was a member of Oak Hill Golf Course until it closed. Afterwards he joined the Hollows Golf Club, ulti-

mately working there until he moved to Williamsburg. He was preceded in death by his parents, Daniel Edward Bray Sr. and Nancy Jane Pursell Bray; and his wife of 56 years, Betty Lewis Harvard Bray. He is survived by his two children, Daniel Edward Bray III and his wife, Tina, and Marianne “Molly” Bray Stout and her husband, John; and three grandchildren, Deborah Bray, Jeff Stout and David Stout. The family received friends at the Nelsen Funeral Home at 4650 S. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011. There was a service following at the funeral home. Online condolences may be offered at www. nelsencares.com.

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With Virginia experiencing severely high temperatures through the weekend, Virginians are advised to prepare themselves and their vehicles accordingly. Even though Virginia State Police Troopers and Motorist Assistance Aides are on heightened alert for disabled motorists along the highways during the extreme heat, there are still things motorists can do to make their trip safer and free of problems: • Check all vehicle fluids. Make sure your automatic transmission, power steering, and brake fluids are full. • Tire air pressure. Check tire air pressure during cooler times of the day for a more accurate measure. • Pack water. Bring plenty of bottled water for you, your passengers, and pets.

• Bring a cell phone. Don’t forget the charger! Call #77 to report a vehicle emergency to Virginia State Police. When calling for help, please know your location (interstate, mile marker, overpass, etc.) and direction of travel to expedite state police response. • Gas up. Fill up in advance of your trip in case you encounter any traffic delays. • Vehicle problems. If your vehicle does begin experiencing problems, try to make it to the nearest exit. If unable to, then pull off onto the shoulder or grass so as to put as much distance as possible between you and passing traffic. Motorists have 24 hours to remove their disabled vehicle from the unpaved portion of a roadway (gravel, grass, etc.). Any vehicle abandoned on a paved shoulder is deemed a traffic hazard and will be towed at the owner’s expense.

• Never leave infants, children or pets in a parked vehicle. According to the Centers for Disease Control, even with the windows cracked open, interior temperatures can rise almost 20 degrees Fahrenheit within the first 10 minutes. Anyone left inside is at risk for serious heat-related illnesses or even death. Infants and children who are left unattended in parked cars are at greatest risk for heat stroke, and possibly death. When traveling with children, remember to do the following: To remind yourself that a child is in the car, keep a stuffed animal in the car seat. When the child is buckled in, place the stuffed animal in the front with the driver. When leaving your car, check to be sure everyone is out of the car. Do not overlook any children who have fallen asleep in the car.


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Barbara Hammond Senior Production Team achieved the 2nd overall highest score in the prestigious Platinum Competition.

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The Connecticut Americans celebrate their victory Saturday over the USA Diamondcats at Glen Allen Stadium at RF&P Park.

Glen Allen Stadium the site of baseball action this summer By Ken Odor Media General Staff Writer Henrico’s Glen Allen Stadium at RF&P Park has been a hotbed of baseball action this summer and the action continues later this month. So far the park has hosted the American Legion Junior Virginia Baseball Championship and the Triple Crown United Baseball Championships. Triple Crown play wound up Saturday with the Connecticut Americans from

Hartford Ct. coming from behind to defeat the USA Diamondcats from Simpsonville, S.C. in the 18U championship game. Later on this month the park will host the Babe Ruth World Series for 14 and under teams. Ten teams will take part, including eight regional winners, a state team and the local Glen Allen team, said Sports and Events Supervisor Andy Crane of Henrico’s Division of Recreation and Parks. Crane said that the American Legion event is in its fourth year at Glen Allen

Stadium. “It’s just a great fit for the American Legion,” he said. Eighty four teams took part in the Triple Crown Championship with the majority of the games being played at RF&P Park. Crane said the park has a contract for three more years. “It’s really a testament to Park Services keeping the fields in such good shape,” said Crane, who said the condition of the playing fields at RF&P Park was one reason the venue drew so much action.

Barbara Hammond’s School of Dance wins a top national award Contributed Report Fifty dancers from 4 competition teams from Barbara Hammond’s School of Dance, Inc. attended Dance Educators of America’s 3-day National Dance Competition in New York City and earned a top award. Barbara Hammond’s senior production tap team’s entry, “Dancin’ Fool”, competed with 20 dancers and received a score of 299.6 out of 300 points, the 2nd overall highest score in the prestigious Platinum Competition, and earned an $850 cash

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award. Barbara and Jen Hammond choreographed this production number. Barbara Hammond’s studio competed in 33 dances and took home 22 platinum awards and 11 gold. There were 530 dances competing from 22 studios including 2 from Panama and 3 from Mexico. Barbara Hammond’s School of Dance, Inc. has been in continuous operation since 1975 and is located at 3063 Lauderdale Drive in the Lauderdale Square Shopping Center Henrico, VA since 1996.

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System upgrades affecting Henrico Alert System messaging services Contributed Report Recent system upgrades may be affecting text and email messages sent to subscribers of the Henrico Alert System, the county’s free, textbased notification network that delivers bulletins regarding inclement weather and other emergency situations to wireless devices and email addresses. Subscribers are encouraged to

log in to their accounts at www. henricoalert.org to confirm their wireless devices are registered correctly and activated. Users can reactivate devices that have been disabled in error by following instructions under the “Devices” tab. In addition, the county is working with Internet service providers to ensure that messages sent to subscribers’ email addresses are not

blocked or treated as spam. Enhancements made to county computer servers housing the Henrico Alert System may have caused subscribers’ wireless devices to be disabled inadvertently. The upgrades also may be causing Internet service providers not to recognize the system and to block its messages. Anna McRay, deputy coordina-

Henrico CASA seeks volunteers for child-advocacy training program Contributed Report Henrico County Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) is seeking volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children in the court system. Henrico CASA will conduct a free, four-week training program for new volunteers from 6-9 p.m. each Monday and Wednesday beginning Monday, Sept. 12 at its office in the Hungary Spring Office Park, 3001 Hungary Spring Road, suite A. Volunteers must first apply for the program; applicants will undergo interviews, background

and reference checks as well as fingerprinting and local criminal checks. To apply or obtain additional information, contact Jeannine Panzera at 501-1673, email pan01@ co.henrico.va.us or visit www.henricocasa.org by Thursday, Sept. 1. CASA volunteers serve as the voice of abused and neglected children in the court system. Legal experience is not required. Participants receive training to conduct interviews, research and investigate cases, provide written reports for Juvenile Court judges and assist child welfare professionals and case

attorneys. Last year, volunteers served as advocates for 302 children, donating more than 12,300 hours to their cases. “The single thing that keeps me coming back is that I feel I truly make a difference in the lives of the children I serve,” said Susan Tellier, a CASA volunteer since 1998. Henrico CASA is a private, nonprofit organization that works closely with the county’s Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court. For more information, visit the CASA website.

tor of emergency management for Henrico, said the Henrico Alert System should be operating properly again soon. In the meantime, she advised users to check Henrico County websites www.

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YMCA offering new programs By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com

The summer is half over, and yet Goochland area parents who want to enroll a child in a program at the Goochland Family YMCA still have lots of time. While some programs run all summer, one week sessions are available, and the age range for participants is from 6-years old to 18. “There’s always something going on,” said Programs Director Jan Kenney. “We have programs that are the same from year-toyear and we also add new programs when we have a need.” One of the new programs which was only for one week, and actually took place last month, was lacrosse camp. “We had two area students come to us and suggest we needed to offer a camp because the sport is growing in popularity so fast,” she said. “They said they would coach the campers, and we were able to receive a very substantial donation from Shannon

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and Tommy Allen that allowed us to purchase the equipment needed. We had a clinic in the spring that attracted 54 children and had a one-week this summer. We’ll have another clinic in the fall, and if all continues to go well, we’ll have a full lacrosse program in 2012.” The students who first approached Kenney about starting a lacrosse program at the Goochland Y were Jack Aldridge and Kyle Panas. Camp Gooch is the anchor of most of the Goochland Y programs. It is for children from 6 -13. They participate in arts, crafts, sports, games, learning

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activities, swimming and field trips. Kids are offered a summer of self-discovery, adventure, fun and learning. One week sessions are available for Camp Gooch, and the last session begins Aug. 15. Kinder Camp, full and half day sessions, are available for preschoolers. The program offers swimming, socializing, learning new outdoor games, making crafts and exploring nature. The last session for this program also begins Aug. 15. For questions concerning these and other programs at the Goochland Family YMCA, call 804-556-9887.


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Teenager Anderson will play in local pro event Manchester rising sophomore will take on LPGA Eagle Classic By Vic Dorr Jr. Media General News Services

Some people measure growth with a ruler and a pencil and marks on a door frame. Lyberty Anderson soon will use a tool of a different sort: the 6,278-yard Richmond Country Club golf course. Anderson, a 15-year-old who has won three consecutive Richmond Women’s Golf Association championships, has accepted an invitation to participate as an amateur in next month’s LPGA Futures Tour $100,000 Eagle Classic at RCC. Anderson participated in the event once previously. Well, sort of. She shot 84 in an 18-hole qualifying round as an 11-year-old in 2008. “But that was before I really started to grow,” she said. “Now, I’m a little bigger and a little stronger. I’ve got some muscle now. This should be fun. I haven’t

played (RCC) since 2008, so I’m very eager to see what happens.” She said she will enter the 54-hole event with modest expectations. “I won’t go in with any wild and crazy goals,” she said. “I’d like to make the cut. I think that’s reasonable. I’m not going to look any farther. If more than (making the cut) happens — yea. That’s great. But I’ll worry about that if I get there.” Tournament director/ Richmond Country Club professional Matthew Schulze said the tournament has long been eager to see Anderson in the 144-player field. “I think we’ve all known since the day we started that one day Lyberty was going to play in this event,” Schulze said. “Now we’ve reached that point. To be quite honest, (extending a bid to the rising high school sophomore) wasn’t a difficult decision.” Schulze said Anderson is an appealing addition not only because of her ability but also because of her visibility. “She’s a homegrown 15-

year-old who has the skill to play with these girls,” he said. “She’ll help us. She’ll give people in Richmond another reason to come out and watch women’s golf.” When set up in its Futures Tour configuration, RCC is roughly 1,100 yards longer than The Dominion Club course on which the 2011 RWGA tournament was held. Even so, Anderson said she is not concerned about her ability to compete off the tee with professionals in their early to mid 20s. “I don’t think (distance) is going to be that big of a deal,” she said. “Whenever I practice with my dad, we always play from the men’s tees. So it’s not like I’ve never played 6,200 yards before.” Anderson didn’t qualify for the match-play portion of last week’s U.S. Junior Girls Championship at Olympia Fields near Chicago. She did, however, hit two memorable tee shots: a 4-iron to the center of the green on a 210-yard par-3 and a 310-yard drive that flew 270 yards before riding a

downslope for another 40. Anderson, who reached the round of 16 in the recent VSGA Women’s Championship, conceded that “playing with pros might be a little intimidating. But it should be exciting, too. I’m very thankful — I’m stoked, actually — to have this opportunity. I’m going to make every effort to enjoy it. “Here’s how I see it: It’s going to be a great learning experience for me. I mean, who better to learn from (than a pro)? I’m going to try to absorb everything I can. They’re doing what I want to do someday. Where they are is where I want to be someday.” The Eagle Classic will be held Aug. 12-14. Pro-ams will take place Aug. 10 (1 p.m.) and Aug. 11 (8:30 a.m.), followed by the three-day tournament. Vic Dorr Jr. is a staff writer for the Richmond Times Dispatch. Kevin Morley/ Media General News Services

Manchester rising sophomore golfer Lyberty Anderson will play against the pros in this year’s LPGA Eagle Classic at Richmond Country Club.

VYSA to hold Olympic tryouts Moonlight Ride on August 13 Contributed report

The Virginia Youth Soccer Association will hold tryouts for The Olympic Development Program (ODP) August 6-7. Tryouts for the upcoming season are for players (male and female) born in the years of 1995, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98 & ‘99. Tryouts will be held in four different locations on August 6-7. Central District Tryouts will take place at Sports Quest in Midlothian, Va. Please visit the VYSA website for tryout times at specific locations and to register. It should be noted that tryouts will take place regardless of the weather and participants should plan to attend

all sessions. US Youth Soccer ODP was formed in 1977 to identify players in each age group from which a National Team will be selected. Its purpose is to provide high-level training to benefit and enhance the development of players at all levels. The US Youth Soccer ODP is divided into four regions with Virginia being in Region I. The Virginia ODP is also divided into five districts – Central, Northern, Southeastern, WestCentral and Western. Last year, 75 players (boys and girls) were named to Region I ODP squads. For more information please visit www.vysa.com or call (540) 693-1430.

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Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Virginia is again partnering with Sports Backers on the third annual Anthem Moonlight Ride on August 13. The untimed Anthem Moonlight Ride begins at 8 p.m. at Sports Backers Stadium. The event features a “Full Moon” (17 mile) route and a “Half Moon” (8 mile) route through Lakeside, Bryan Park and the near West End. Live music, a post-ride party, and refreshments including pizza, ice cream, and beer (for participants ages 21 & up) await cyclists at the finish line, which is also located at Sports Backers Stadium. Prizes will be awarded for “Best Costume”

and “Best Decorative Lights” in group and individual divisions. The official charity of the Anthem Moonlight Ride is Greater Richmond Fit4Kids, a non-profit organization created to improve the health and wellness of children by increasing physical activity and promoting healthy eating. The organization is focused on improving children’s health and reducing childhood obesity. The cost to participate in the Anthem Moonlight Ride is $30 for adults and $10 for children ages 8-14. For more details and registration information, please visit www. sportsbackers.org.

X-Country event Sept. 23-24 Contributed report

The 9th annual Maymont X-Country Festival is set for September 23-24, at Maymont Park. Friday evening kicks off with the Elementary School 1miler at 5:30 p.m. followed by the Open 5k at 6 p.m. Saturday begins with the Erie Insurance James River Loop 8 Miler at 7 a.m. and the Middle School 3k at 9 a.m. The remainder of the day Saturday will be filled with some of the top high school runners competing in a variety of public and private school divisions. Registration for all events of the Maymont X-Country Festival is now open. On-line registration closes at 11:59 p.m.

on September 21. Walk up registration will take place on Friday, September 23 from 3 to 6 p.m. at Maymont. There is no walk up registration on Saturday, September 24. More information and online registration can be found at www.sportsbackers. org.

Players wanted Tryouts for Hanover Thunder 12U girls fastpitch softball team will be held: Tuesday,August 9 at Ironbridge Park in Chesterfield 6-9 p.m. and Thursday, August 11 at Mechanicsville Little League 6-9 p.m. Contact Mark Berry at (804) 370-2798 or visit www.hanoverthunder.com.


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Sunday, August 7

“60 Seconds!” at the Goochland Branch Library at 6 p.m. What can you do in 60 seconds? Play games and win prizes! Pizza and drinks provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information.

VBS at Ragland Memorial Baptist, 2838 Sandy Hook Road, Sandy Hook, Vacation Bible School, “Discovering the Rock of Ages”, Aug. 7-11, 6-8:45 p.m., PreK thru 6th grade. For more information please call 556-4500.

Gum Spring United Methodist Church will be holding homecoming services on Friday, August 5 August 7 and Revival services on Friday Morning Films at the the 8, 9, and 10th. Please come Goochland Branch Library at and hear the speakers and eat 10 a.m. Refreshments provided with the church. by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the Homecoming and Revival library at 3075 River Road West services for Ebenezer Baptist for more information. Church, 5011 St.Paul’s

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Goochland Branch Library at 7 p.m. Join us for dessert and coffee and share your favorite summer reads. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information. Friday, August 12

Friday Morning Films at the Goochland Branch Library at 10 a.m. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Call 5564774 or visit the library at Thursday, August 11 3075 River Road West for Dish about Books at the more information.

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Church Road, will begin at 11:30 a.m. with Pastor Bruce Claiborne. Dinner will follow the Homecoming service. Elder Oscar Palmer of House of God, Richmond, will conduct the 3 p.m. service. Elder Palmer is the evangelist for the Revival services Aug. 8Aug. 12. The nightly services will begin with prayer and praise service at 7:30 p.m. and revival service at 8 p.m. Guest choirs and ushers will serve each night. Come and be blessed.

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HOPE Community Services, Inc. is seeking applicants for the following positions. Current physical, criminal record checks and drug testing are required. Please apply to: Human Resources, 103 S. Main Street, Farmville, VA. 23901 by August 5, 2011 at 5:00pm. EOE. Preschool Teacher needed to fill position in Goochland County. Applicants must have a minimum of current Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education, a Bachelor’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or a Bachelor’s Degree with a Teaching License showing current Pre-K Licensure. Send resumes with copies of credentials.

INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE Gutter Installer/Mechanic Mind in the Gutter, an award winning, locally owned business, is looking for an experienced gutter installer/mechanic. The position is responsible for all jobs assigned on a daily basis - including but not limited to: new gutter installations, gutter guard/cover installations, gutter cleaning and maintenance, gutter repairs, and exterior carpentry. Must be able to operate seamless gutter machines and work trucks efficiently and effectively. Quality and customer satisfaction is our number one goal. Previous gutter experience and a clean driving record is required. Please send resumes or inquiries to: ethan@mindinthegutter.com

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GENERAL EMPLOYMENT 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. Fauquiar Baptist Church Gospel Chorus is seeking a musician for Piano/Keyboard Player for 4Sunday Services each month, rehearsal & special services during the year. Send letter of interest & resume to: NJPJ48@netzero.com Attn: Accompanist Position TME ENTERPRISES Hiring for multiple positions. Please go to tmeenterprises.com for listings/details Drivers: Avg upto $1K/wk! Great Hometime, Benefits, Well maintained equip. Regional-OTR. CDL-A, clean MVR. Kinard Trucking: 800-233-1906 x247

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Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 wkly potential. 1-985-646-1700 , Dept. VA-2713

Legal Notices LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF TAKING DEBTS AND DEMANDS Having been requested by counsel for J. Austin Savage, Jr., Administrator of the Estate of Ruth S. Bristow, to appoint a time and place for receiving proof of debts and demands against said decedent, or her estate, therefore all persons interested are hereby notified that I have fixed August 31, 2011, at 10:00 A.M. as the time, and my office, at 3063 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia , as the place for taking proof of such debts and demands.

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