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County mourns loss of two key employees By Ken Odor jodor@gooclandgazette.com

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Richard Melito designed the Freedom Flag just a few weeks after the 9/11 attacks. Now he is raising money to build a monument based on the flag’s design at the corner of Quioccasin and Parham Roads in Henrico County.

Flag creator wants to build monument to 9/11 memory By Ken Odor jodor@gooclandgazette.com

A Goochland man who designed a special flag to commemorate the events of Sept. 11, 2001 hopes to unveil a monument based on the flag design next year on 9/11. Richard Melito was spurred to design his Freedom Flag when he heard a television commentator say after 9/11 that the country should get back to normal. Melito disagreed.

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“We should never forget,” said Melito in a recent interview. “I created the flag to remind people of what happened.” Since creating the flag barely two weeks after the terrorist attacks, more than 1,800 have been distributed to schools across the nation. Another 2,500 have been distributed to individuals. Several years after creating the flag he began see Monument > page 4

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Goochland County government suffered a double loss last week, when two key county employees died Friday. Deputy County Administrator Don Charles died after a battle with cancer and Debra Pierce, Director of the Goochland CSA/Office on Youth died of an unexpected heart attack. County Administrator Rebecca Dickson invited employees to gather in the Parks and Recreation gymnasium Tuesday to remember and honor Charles and Pierce. “This is a very sad time for Goochland County and for our Goochland family,” said Dickson Monday. “The organization is devastated. To lose two such wonderful, talented, vibrant people who cared so much about those around them and who gave their lives to public service and making this community a better place, is sad beyond belief. We intend to celebrate and honor their lives. We are all thankful that their lives touched ours. Simply put, our lives will not be the same without them.” Charles came to work for Goochland in 2005 after a long career as a city planner, landscape architect, and engineering administrator with the City of Richmond. “He’ll be hard to replace,” said District 3 supervisor Ned S. Creasey of

Charles. “He was one of those who believed in doing the right thing.” “It was shocking to the county to have two deaths in one day,” said District 4 superCharles visor Malvern R. “Rudy” Butler. “We’re going to miss Don and Debra.” Pierce had worked for Goochland County since 1996. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) Director Ann Casey credited Pierce with the creation of CASA in Goochland. “She worked tirelessly to establish CASA in Goochland,” said Casey, who praised her for her devotion to helping children. A memorial service will be held for Pierce at Bliley’s Central Chapel, We d n e s d a y , Pierce September 7 at 2 p.m. A memorial service for Charles will be held on Thursday, September 8 at 2 p.m. at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Avenue, Richmond.

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Chief MacKay “You knew some of your brother and sister firefighters weren’t going to be going home that night,” said Goochland Fire/EMS Director Bill MacKay as he recalled watching the second plane crash into the south tower of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. “I knew right away it wasn’t a small plane,” he said, looking back on that day. He had just walked into his house after working his shift and switched on the television. His wife was at work and the kids at school. MacKay, then Captain in charge of the HazMat Unit for the Fairfax County Fire Department, grew up in Merrick Long Island and was a volunteer firefighter at 18. He knew a number of the New York City firefighters who died on 9/11. “Time becomes compressed,” said MacKay “It almost looked like a Hollywood stunt.” Then he saw news scrolling on the bottom of the TV that there was smoke at the Pentagon, about the same time

as his pager went off calling him back to work. MacKay could see smoke off in he distance from the Pentagon as he drove back to work. He didn’t go home until the next day; working about 48 hours straight, catching cat naps to get by. His unit was involved in emergency decontamination of some of the responders. The next day he and several others from Fairfax were asked to go to New York, arriving in the early morning hours. “It was eerie because the lower tip of Manhattan was all lit up by large lights,” he said. MacKay described the mood at the Commissioner’s office of the Fire Department of New York (FDNY), where his team went to get their assignment. “It was chaotic and emotional. They had lost hundreds of people,” he said, although the exact number and identities were not yet known at that time. MacKay said the recovery operation at what was called “The Pile,” only about 200 feet tall belonged to FDNY but they needed support. That’s what MacKay’s team was involved in, providing support in a variety of ways, including getting clergy to work in the morgue, providing criti-

cal incident stress management teams and trying to support the families of FDNY personnel. “It was bad but it was rewarding as well,” said MacKay. “It’s the reason we exist as firefighters, to help and support each other and our communities.” He didn’t return to Fairfax for 38 days. MacKay said although the U.S. had had terrorism before 9/11 (the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing), that event changed everyone’s life. “This really put it in everybody’s living room for several days,” he said. “It personalized terrorism,” he said, since so many people had some sort of connection to the event, knowing someone in Manhattan. MacKay said 9/11 forced him to look at his own mortality. “It drives home the fact that one minute you can be here in the fire station enjoying camaraderie with folks and the next minute they’re gone,” he said. In Goochland, 9/11 has transformed the Fire/EMS service into a different type of agency. New training in chemical, biological and mass casualty events has made Fire/ EMS an “all hazard response agency,” said MacKay, who added that Goochland County could be a target for a terrorist attack, with Fortune 500 companies and high profile individuals. MacKay said Goochland could be a prime territory for a terrorist to set up. And although many terrorist plots have been thwarted, the nation must remain on alert, said MacKay. “The terrorists only have to be right one time,” he said. “We have to be right every single day.”

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Sheriff Agnew “There was a sense of horror and anger,” recalled Goochland Sheriff Jim Agnew, who said he came into his office late on Sept 11, 2001. Once in the office, the Sheriff saw the same thing most Americans did that day. “We essentially sat there awestruck in front of the TV wondering what it meant, wondering if we were at war,” said Agnew, who added that the question was what impact the events would have on Goochland. When the news came of the attack on the Pentagon and the plane crash in Pennsylvania, Agnew said he knew something extraordinary was happening. Complicating matters was the fact that there was a burglary in progress, said Agnew. Most of the deputies on duty were looking for the suspect in that case. Later that afternoon Agnew recalls watching aircraft circling in holding patterns waiting to land. In the weeks following there was a huge number of calls about white powder in mail, recalled Agnew, none of which turned out to be a threat. Calls from citizens see 9/11 > page 3


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September 8, 2011

Chamber will hold candidate forums By Ken Odor jodor@gooclandgazette.com

The Goochland Chamber of Commerce will hold two candidate forums in October, said Executive Director Bonnie Creasey last week. A Candidates Night for Board of Supervisors and the Goochland Treasurer is planned for Tuesday, Oct. 18, followed by a School Board Candidate Night the next evening, Wednesday, Oct. 19 Both events will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Goochland High School Auditorium, said Creasy. The forums will be moderated by Phil Daniel, host of the EZ 100.5 Morning Show. Each candidate will make

an opening statement followed by questions from the moderator. “The most we can do is three questions,� said Creasy, noting the large field of candidates this year. The candidates will each come to the podium in turn to answer questions from Daniel. No questions will be allowed from the audience. Candidates will then have the opportunity to make closing remarks. Creasy said the Chamber Steering Committee would determine the questions, based on citizen input. Suggested questions may be emailed to the Steering Committee at director@ goochlandchamber.org.

9/11 continued from > page 2 reporting suspicious activities also increased, most of which the Sheriff ’s Office referred to the FBI, said Agnew. “You really couldn’t put your finger on what it meant for our future and what kind of other activities might take place. Everyone was kind of antsy,� said Agnew. The events of 9/11 led the Sheriff ’s Office to reexamine their equipment, said Agnew, and they went to the Board of Supervisors and received money for gas masks and rifles, among other things. Ten years down the road the Goochland Sheriff ’s Office is better able to respond to threats, said Agnew, with better information sharing between federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

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Agnew said that the Virginia Fusion Center (VFC), a partnership between the Virginia State Police and Virginia Department of Emergency Management, helps coordinate the exchange of information. During the Virginia Tech shootings in 2007, Agnew said his office was getting constant information from the VFC. The fact that no mass terrorist attacks have taken place in the U.S. since 2001 is evidence that “Someone in law enforcement is doing something right,� said Agnew, referring to the several attempts thwarted since 9/11. “I think that gets overlooked.�

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It’s been 10 years since terrorists attacked the United States. Last week some Goochland residents shared memories of that tragic day. Ann Mosby was working in Powhatan when she heard it on the radio. “We listened for awhile and then went next door to Rosa’s Restaurant to watch it on television,” Mosby said. “It was hard to believe what was happening.” She had an aunt who lived in Harlem at the time. “We couldn’t get in contact with her. It was a week or more before we were able to reach her,” she said. “She was alright, but we sure worried about her until we reached her.” William Chavis was at work. “I drive a garbage truck and was out on the road when I heard it on the radio,” he said. “We were working and I didn’t pay much attention to it at first. They kept talking about it on the radio and I started listening. I felt real sorry for the people that were killed or got hurt. “When the earthquake hit last week, I didn’t know what was happening,” Chavis continued. “My son called me. We thought about 9/11. We thought it might

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his plans for the monument, which would occupy a site at the corner of Parham Road and Quioccasin Road across from Regency Square Mall. Henrico County’s Board of Supervisors granted conditional approval for the monument last year. Melito said a total of $1.7 million needs to be raised to construct the monument, of which more than $300,00 in kind donations has already been raised. Melito, 59, is the owner of

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be happening all over again.” Derek Blair was only nine years old. “I had just gotten to my babysitter’s after school,” he said. “We were watching it on television at her house and didn’t really understand what was going on. Then my mother came and took us over to my grandmother’s

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house. When we got there, she explained what had happened. “I know I was real young at the time, but even then, it was painful for me to watch it Melito’s restaurant on Three Chopt Road near the monument site. He said he is concerned that people are already forgetting about the events of 10 years ago and preserving history spurs him on to complete his project. “I need to complete the job,” said Melito of the project he has been working on for 10 years. He envisions the monument as a catalyst for a “Flags for the Nation” to get the Freedom Flag in more schools all across the country. The foundation is also working on a grade appropri-

unfolding on television,” he continued. “You could see the pain and heartbreak in everyone’s face. Thousands of lives were changed that day.” He still feels for the people involved. “It still hurts when I think about it,” he added. “You can still see and feel the pain of someone when they talk about their 9/11 experience, and see what all of them, especially the people of New York, are going through as they continue to try and recover and get back to normal.” Bill James was also working. “I was working in route sales for Pepsi Cola at the time and was calling on customers on Midlothian Pike that day,” he said. “I was in an out of stores and most of them had televisions on watching things happen. I was watching the events as I went from store to store.” James is a realist about such events. “I try not to let things that I can’t control bother me,” he said. “If things like that are going to happen, they’re going to happen. They’re out of my hands.” But one of James’ friends is more cautious. “I’m going to Las Vegas for a few days with several of my buddies,” James said. “One of

ate curriculum and protocol to accompany each Freedom Flag to enable schools to share the history of the events of September 11, 2001, affirming that “we will never forget.” Another project underway is the transportation of what Melito calls “an artifact,” a piece of metal from the 94th floor the World Trade Center. It’s three stories high and at the time of the interview Melito was making arrangements to have it trucked from a warehouse in New Jersey to the Manakin Fire Station in Goochland, where it would

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them informed the rest of us that there was no way he was flying back to Richmond on the 10th anniversary of 9/11. So, we’re staying another day.” Has America grown passé’ about 9/11? Has it been put on the back burner? “No, it’s not on the back burner,” said James. “Our coun-

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try was attacked. Property was destroyed and lives were lost. I won’t forget that day and I don’t think most Americans will either.”

remain until the monument is constructed. At that time it would be moved to the monument site to become part of the permanent memorial. The monument itself would have the names of the 2,976 victims of the 9/11 attacks engraved on it. An equal number of bricks would surround the monument. “This will be the people’s monument for the state of Virginia,” said Melito of his vision. To find out more about the Freedom Flag Foundation, visit the web site at www.freedomflagfoundation.org.


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OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor

September 8, 2011

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Ten years later A few weeks ago we called for readers to send in their memories of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks that changed the nation. We didn’t get a big response. Not really enough to make up a section. One submission asked if they could remain anonymous. 9/11 is not about me, they wrote. Indeed. It’s not about any individual, but about all of us and the way the events of that day and the years that followed have changed the way we live. Things we would never have tolerated before we now grudgingly accept, such as the inconvenient security procedures at the airport. Flying’s not so much fun anymore, not like it was when I was a youngster. Then it was an adventure – now it’s just the quickest way to cover a long distance, but quite a hassle. There’re been other changes. As Sheriff Agnew noted, on 9/11 his department realized they weren’t really equipped to handle a determined opponent armed with modern weapons. They upgraded, as have almost all law enforcement agencies in the U.S. Now most officers carry a rifle in the cruiser, something not generally thought to be needed before 9/11. And as the Sheriff noted, we’ve managed to thwart any mass attack ever since, although as Fire/EMS Chief MacKay mentioned, there have been some “lone wolf” terrorist attacks, such as the Fort Hood shooter. And the Chief’s observation that our security must be right every single day, whereas the terrorists, and he has no

doubt that there are some out there still planning, only have to be successful once, is quite sobering. But what strikes us here is that, after 10 years, we have adapted, having made mostly commonsense accommodations to a world less friendly than what we faced a decade earlier. And we’ve moved on. As 9/11 recedes further into history it will inevitably become itself just a part of history. For those born after that date, it will have always been so that the nation lives under threat of terrorist attack. So we may be experiencing 9/11 fatigue, or perhaps better said, 9/11 resignation. Things are the way they are and there’s no going back to the way they were before. We, and it’s in a way painful to admit it, have gotten used to a reality that few would have imagined before.

Last week brought events that perhaps properly overshadowed memories of a 10-year-old tragedy, as the county lost two key employees on one day. Goochland is a small county and it’s clear that the county government is a tightknit operation where people not only work with each other but care about each other as well. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of Don Charles and Debra Pierce in their time of loss.

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Letters continued from > page 6 a couple days before parents and students were to go to school to pick up their schedules and pay fees, the news broke on Face book! The news…well, Goochland County Public Schools, in the middle of an economic crisis, when some people can barely make ends meet, raised the parking fee for the students that drive from an already high $75 to a ridiculous $125.00. Not only did they raise the cost, they did not give any notice of the increase. Seems their plan was to drop the bomb on the parents and students when they actually stepped up to pay the parking fee. So, In addition to the fees already required for a “FREE” education, they tacked on another unexpected $50. The reason for this outrageous fee…we were told, was to pay the salary and/or benefits for, get this, a Parking Lot Attendant. OK, STOP! Not only did GCPS cut teachers, who educate our kids, they have decided it is more important to pay someone to walk or ride around the parking lot in a golf cart to keep an eye on the parking lot activity. They say it is for the safety of

our kids and their vehicles. For $125 they should offer valet parking! If the reason is for the safety of a vehicle, and something were to happen to a vehicle, is the school going to fix it? Do the teachers who park in that parking lot have to pay $125 for the safety of their vehicles? The citizens of Goochland pay their taxes, which pay the salaries of the GCPS employees, so why should we have to pay again for this Parking Lot Attendant? Doesn’t the school have a County Deputy working as a Resource officer? Can’t that be one of his responsibilities? Would somebody tell us what happened to the cameras in the parking lot? The parents were told back when the fee was raised to $75 that it was to pay for the cameras installed in the student parking lot. Are the cameras there? Have they ever worked? Have they ever been hooked up? Why do we need cameras and a Parking Lot Attendant for the parking lot? GCPS can’t find one other, possibly already overpaid, employee who can check on the parking lot activity from time to time during the day? An employee that, I don’t know, already spends a lot of time riding

OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor around in a golf cart? But again, WHAT ABOUT THE CAMERAS? One of the highlights in a kid’s life, one they wait, what amounts to their whole life for, is to drive to school and not have to ride the old yellow cheese wagon. Now, the fee is so high some might not be able too. Some students have to work to buy their own car, buy their gas, pay their insurance, and other expenses that come with owning a car. They work over the summer and on weekends or after school in order to pay these expenses. Now you want to charge $125 to park at the school? Some of the students play sports or are involved in other after school activities so driving is necessary. The kids that work after school need their own transportation as well. Not all parents can chauffer their kids around. The school is taking advantage of these students and their parents because there is no other option. It costs money to bus kids to and from school. Do the students who drive to school save the school money? If they all decided to ride the bus, how many more busses would the see Letters > page 10

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Donald Longcor Charles, passed away Sept. 2, 2011. He is survived by his beloved wife of 41 years, Sharon Lind Charles; his son, Tyler Lind Charles (Elizabeth); and brother, J. Gary Charles. He was born in Morristown, New Jersey, and graduated from West Virginia University. A devoted husband, father, and friend, Mr. Charles’ legacy can be seen in the many successful projects that improved the character of the Richmond area. He was a city planner, landscape architect, and engineering administrator for the City of Richmond for 30 years, Chief Administrative Officer for the Greater Richmond Convention Center Authority, and an adjunct faculty member and visiting critic and jury member at the University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, VCU, NC State and UNC Schools of Architecture,

Landscape Architecture and Urban Studies. He was a Trustee of Historic Richmond Foundation, and, upon retiring from the City of Richmond, became its Executive Director. He also served for many years on the Board of Directors for Charterhouse School. Mr. Charles was Director of Community Development for Goochland County and, up until his death, was Deputy County Administrator for Goochland County. He was a passionate pilot of airplanes, boats, and vintage race cars. An avid aviator, Mr. Charles learned to fly at the age of 10 and went on to achieve the rating of Commercial Pilot. He was a member of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, 6000 Grove Avenue, Richmond, where a memorial service and celebration of his life will be held on Thursday, Sept. 8, 2011 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial dona-

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tions may be made to Texas Hearing & Service Dogs, St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, or The Collegiate School. Hawk Nell Ford Hawk, 81, of Maidens, went to be with the Lord on Aug. 31, 2011. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles E. Hawk; her sister, Margaret Barlow; and grandson, Alex Ford. She is survived by her daughter, Gail Ford Westbrook (Walter); son, J. Ryland Ford III; grandsons, Cameron and Austin Westbrook; brothers, Fred Lancaster and Charles Lancaster; sister, Joyce Madison; stepchildren, Pam Bryant (David), Sherry Arrington, Gwen Branch, Charles E. “Chuck� Hawk Jr. (Cindy); extended family, Carol Jean Burton (Leonard), Minnie Lee Smith (Gene), Patsy Barrack (Woody), Betty Walton (Freddie) and

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Douglas Hawk (Bernice); sister-in-law, Anna Hawk; grandchildren, Davey Bryant, Rebecca Shanks, Jessica Gwaltney, Laurran Bryant, William Hunter Arrington, Carrie Lee Toney, Dana Harlow, Heather, D.J. and Amy Branch and Matt Parker; five great-grandchildren, numerous nieces and nephews; canine companion, Jill. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Elpis Christian Church, Maidens, Va. Family received friends after interment in the church fellowship hall. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Elpis Christian Church, 2703 Elpis Church Rd., Maidens, Va. 23102 or Goochland Co. #5 Fire & Rescue, P.O. Box 306, Goochland, Va. 23063 or Tidewater Academy, P.O. Box 1000, Wakefield, Va. 23888.

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Dale Agnew named Christmas Mother Contributed Report The Goochland Christmas Mother Association has named Dale W. Agnew as Christmas Mother 2011. She will serve as Goochland’s 48th Christmas Mother. “I am very honored and excited” said Dale, “to have the opportunity to support this wonderful program. The work of this organization brings Christmas joy to those who otherwise might go without.” The Goochland Christmas Mother program has been serving the community since 1963. Dale and her husband, Sheriff Jim Agnew, have been a part of Goochland since moving here in 1982. Dale started work in the county as a deputy clerk in the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office, a position she held until 1992 when she became Chief Deputy Clerk. Dale has served the county for 29 years and has enjoyed helping citizens with services provided by her office. Dale is an active member of the Crozier Company 2 Fire and Rescue Auxiliary where she organizes the annual Brunswick Stew fund raising event. Dale and Jim have two grown children, Amber, an Administrative Assistant for an accounting firm in Richmond, and Michael, a Chesterfield County police officer. “Our family is committed to community service, and I am very glad to be able to participate in raising the contributions needed to make Christmas a happy day for so many,” Dale said. The Christmas Mother Association also announced key dates for the coming year. Applications for assistance will be taken on two Saturdays, October 29 and November 5, 2011 from 8 a.m. – 12 noon at the following locations: Goochland Parks & Recreation (1800 Sandy Hook Rd), Goochland Recreation Center (2415 Sandy Hook Rd) and Manakin Fire Station (180 River Road West, Manakin-

Sabot). Spanish language interpreters will be available at these three locations. The fourth location is at County Line Baptist Church (4070 County Line Rd, Kents Store). Applicants should bring drivers license or other identification with proof of residence in Goochland County. It would also be helpful if applicants brought recent pay stubs, WIC or SSI stubs.. Applicants who qualify for assistance from Social Services will qualify for Christmas Mother assistance. Volunteers are needed for Shopping Day, which will take place on Tuesday, November 29. Shoppers are given wish lists and information needed to help select items for individuals and families. Shopping will start at 7 a.m. at the WalMart in Short Pump and will end in the early afternoon. Come and stay all morning or just a few hours. Wrapping of gift items will take place on Saturday, December 3 from 8 a.m. until early afternoon at the old Goochland Middle School on

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GHS parking fee increase still drawing opposition By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Bubba Bates has twin boys who attend Goochland High School and he is not happy about the recent increase in the studtent parking fee to $125. Bates said he doesn’t understand why the fee has increased from $75 to $125 and said last Friday he doesn’t plan to pay it. His boys will park off grounds rather than pay the increased fee. Bates, who owns a private security company, said the high school has a camera system to keep the parking lot under surveillance and wonders if the parking lot attendant job is

Obituaries continued from > page 8 Miller Jocelyn Miller, “Jeri” 80, of Corolla, N.C., formerly of Goochland County, died after a brief illness on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2011. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., on Sept. 7, 1930, she was preceded in death by her parents, Frank I. Miller and Dorothy Deitz Miller. Jocelyn, known affectionately by her family

Letters continued from > page 7 school need to buy? How many more drivers would the school need to hire? How much more gas money would it take to bus these kids? But, for some reason, these students and their parents are being penalized for saving the school money. Depending on how you look at it, that school parking lot belongs to the citizens of

necessary. He also thinks that perhaps the School Resource Officer could take care of some of the attendant’s duties One of his main gripes is the manner in which he learned about the fee increase. “They didn’t let us know beforehand,” he said. In past years, according to Bates, the school system had sent parents a pre-school list of fees in advance. This year Bates said the new fee, passed by the School Board over the summer, was only announced at Business Day a week before school started. Goochland Schools Superintendent Linda

Underwood said earlier that the fee could be paid in two installments, with the additional $50 due by Oct. 1. But that doesn’t appear to be enough to satisfy Bates, who said he plans to encourage as many people as possible to attend the Sept. 13 School Board meeting to express their opposition. “I don’t want anyone to lose their job,” said Bates, while remaining adamant that the fee increase should be rescinded. According to the most recent school salary database, the part-time Parking Lot Photo by Ken Odor Attendant job pays $10,800 Bubba Bates would like to see the GHS student parking fee reduced back down to $75. annually.

as “Jocey,” is survived by her son, David C. Schroeder and wife, Diane, of Chesterfield; brother, David P. Miller and wife, Sandra; and nephew, Ryan D. Miller and wife, Amy, all of Charlotte, N.C. Jeri worked for many years in the banking industry, and retired from Signet Bank in 1988. She was a member of Discovery United Methodist Church in Richmond, and belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution. Services will be private. In

Jeri’s memory and in recognition of her love of all animals, and especially horses, contributions can be sent to the Corolla Wild Horse Fund, 1126 Old School House Lane, P.O. Box 361, Corolla, N.C. 27927.

Goochland. They pay for it when they pay their taxes! It is absolutely ridiculous and entirely too much money to charge for a parking spot at a public school. It was wrong and it was sneaky. It was decided on and approved in an underhanded way and the ones responsible for the increase, the ones who thought of it, and approved it, should hang their heads in shame! How high will the parking

be for the kids who drive next year and the year after that and the next, and the next? How high can they go? It is just, well, CRAZY! It seems that poor planning on the part of Goochland County Public Schools constitutes an emergency on the part of the parents and students of Goochland County. GO FIGURE!

Pierce Debra Mary Pierce, 56, of Chesterfield, died suddenly on Sept. 2, 2011. She was a graduate of Scranton Central High School in

Pennsylvania and Penn State University. She earned her Masters degree from VCU. Debra’s life was dedicated to improving the lives of children. As the Director of Youth Services and the C.S.A Office of Goochland, Va., she was an advocate for abused and neglected children. Debra fought for each child she helped with a strong spirit and the heart of a mother. She was a loving mother, sister, daughter, aunt, niece, and friend. She

was the life of the party, an amazing cook and her smile would light up the room. She could make you laugh even on your worst day. She will be forever loved. Debra is the daughter of Gloria Hundich DeStefano and the late Gene DeStefano of Scranton, Pa. She is survived by her sons, Glenn Eugene and Christopher Andrew. Debra has four sisters, Diane Trama of Clarks Summit, Pa., Denise Searfoss of Lake Ariel, Pa., Donna Heilman

of Newport News Va. and Delores Hoham of Pensacola, Fla. Also surviving, an Uncle Ted Klemash, of Olyphant Pa. and many adoring nieces and nephews. The family received friends Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2011 at Bliley’s - Central Chapel, where a memorial service was held Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011. Graveside services were private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Goochland CASA, P.O. Box 910, Goochland, Va. 23063.

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snorkel with a top valve before you go). I spent one snorkel boat trip with a very nice young female nurse from Ohio and a Pentagon public relations officer in a very small blue bikini. Upon returning home to reality I continue to see we have far less problems in Goochland than most other areas of the country. While it is highly entertaining to visit Key West, Las Vegas, Mardi Gras and other big parties, I would

not want to live there. I was in Philly a few weeks ago and it was a zoo. So there are good reasons to keep our property taxes lower than other parts of the country. My frequent travels convince me that Goochland needs to elect a Republican Board of Supervisors this fall that will act more responsibly with our public funds.

The day after Irene and my power outage I packed my snorkel gear and took a Delta flight to Key West for a fantastic week of bikinis, Mallory square, and general weirdness. Margaritaville, Sloppy Joe’s, and the sunset party are alive Jeff and Leslie Sims and well. And snorkeling every Sandy Hook day with barracudas big as me was fantastic. (Buy your own

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Field Day of the Past coming to Goochland next week The 20th Annual Field Day of the Past Homecoming Event is set to take off on Sept. 1618 with a kaleidoscopic array of activities, events and demonstrations for the entire family. Laugh at the antics of Robinson’s Racing Pigs, visit the Frontier saloon and slug back a root beer; experience the traumas of the Civil War in Virginia, not only through the eyes of the soldiers but also through those of families on the home front and the slaves caught in the middle of war. Take an oxen cart ride, see draft horses and mules in action, catch the thrill of the Virginia High School Rodeo. Antique buildings stand open for business and massive equipment hums and churns as it would have in past eras. A trip through the Pullman Railroad Car and Caboose offers a taste of luxurious travel in days when steam locomotives were the future of America, catch the sound of bagpipes drifting

through the air. Field Day visitors can stroll through the arts and crafts, smell the aroma of smoking ham in the air; root for their favorites at the tractor pulls and stay late for the truck pulls. Grasberger’s Spoon Factory will be churning out wooden ice cream spoons, Civil War re-enactors will be explaining camp life and Boot’s and Britches will be entertaining crowds with their songs, jokes and antics. Visit it all — wheat threshing demonstrations, antique construction equipment demos, sorghum molasses making, the operation of a steam powered saw mill, 4-H livestock shows, music, a barnyard and much more. There are even church services at 7:30 on Sunday morning. The show starts at 8 a.m. daily and continues until 6 p.m. with truck pulls scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Admission is $10 on Friday, $15 on Saturday and $10 on Sunday and daily tickets are available on

2011 Tire Amnesty Day tions concerning this event, Contributed Report GARC will be holding their annual Tire Amnesty Day on September 17, 2011 from 9:00am-1:00pm at the Old Middle School (2748 Dogtown Road). Normally, residents are charged a fee for tires brought to the local convenience centers, but those fees will be waived for this one special collection day. There will be a 10-tire limit per person and participants must show proof of Goochland County residency. Tires larger than those on an average sized pick-up truck will not be accepted. If you have any ques-

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Flucos fall in Bulldog aerial assault 46-7 BY JIM RIDOLPHI Special Correspondent

Goochland coach Joe Fowler barely had time to savor the 46-7 thumping his team laid on Fluvanna in their season opener on Friday before his thoughts turned to this week’s opponent; FUMA. “Next week is uncharted territory for us,” Fowler said. “Fork Union has not played a public school in a long time and we think it will be beneficial to both of us. We wanted to step up to the big stage and take a shot at it.” The Blue Devils are the defending VISAA champs, a perennial powerhouse in their

division and known for producing NCAA caliber players. But even the looming visit to Goochland could not detract from the solid performance Fowler’s Bulldogs enjoyed at Fluvanna. It was the final appearance in the Flucos’ Costello Stadium. A new campus, complete with a state of the art artificial turf field, opens next year. Things went bad early and often for the Flucos, who took the opening kickoff and promptly moved into Bulldog territory on two pass plays. The Flucos’ aerial philosophy failed when Goochland cornerback Dasheem Norris jumped a route and picked off an Austin Foster pass. It was the first of two opening quarter interceptions for the senior, who also recorded

Benedictine 32, Paul VI 7 Davis Geary was 9-for-17 with 182 yards and two TDs as Benedictine defeated Paul VI (0-1). Nigel Williams was busy on both sides of the ball for the Cadets. He started off the scoring with a 59-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in the first quarter. In the third quarter, he caught a 25-yard pass for a score for Benedictine (1-0). Corey Downey rushed for

86 yards and two scores. This Friday, Benedictine hosts Woodberry in a 4 p.m. game at The Abbey. Benedictine................ 6 0 7 19 — 32 Paul VI ........................0 7 0 0 — 7 B – Williams 59 yard fumble return (kick failed) P – Tuell 2 run (O’Brien kick) B – Williams 25 pass from Geary (Geary kick) B -- Downey 55 pass from Davis (Davis kick) B -- Downey 5 rush (kick failed) B -- Downey 7 rush (kick failed)

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eight tackles in the game. “I watched the quarterback’s eyes, shuffled my steps, and the ball was right there,” Norris said. “The first one was easy, the second one I had to work for.” Fowler said his defense executed their game plan with a near shutout performance. “We’re going to ride our defense all season long,” Fowler said. “Defense and special teams are our absolute strength. It’s no surprise to me that they did what they did tonight.” Goochland’s usually dominant running game was a bit sluggish in the first quarter, but quarterback Cody Johnson compensated with a stellar passing game, leading the Bulldogs with two scoring strikes and a third called back on a penalty. The senior also added a touchdown on the ground. “Cody did a great job, and

continues to improve each day,” Fowler said. “He’s got a great feel for our offense and is incredibly intelligent; that coupled with his athletic ability, makes him a special young man.” On the night, Johnson completed eight passes out of 12 attempts for 116 yards and two TDs. Fowler said the unusual number of pass plays was more of a reaction than a game plan for the Bulldogs. “You have to take what the defense will give you and they were packing the box on us,” Fowler said. “We were having trouble running the ball, so we felt like we had to try to loosen the defense up. We had some success, so we stuck with it.” Following Norris’ first interception, Johnson connected with wideout Brent Alvis on a 20-yard pass to open the scoring and the Bulldogs led 7-0 early in the first period.

Colby Cooke added to the lead with a 30-yard field goal on the following possession. The ground game found its pace early in the second quarter when fullback Patrick Clore broke free for a 38-yard touchdown sprint. After the Bulldogs established the sizable lead, Johnson continued to pick apart the Fluco secondary. The senior’s passes were pinpoint with assistance from an offensive line that provided him ample time to throw. Everything seemed to be working for the Bulldogs as the second half began. Johnson connected with Nathan Adams for a 40-yard scoring strike, and Mitchell Brice followed with a 40-yard touchdown run. Jake Martin added a 49-yard run as the third quarter ended, and Fowler called off the dogs to insert a talented group of

reserves, including quarterback Chase Brookman. The Flucos scored in the final period when Foster found Ya Ya Anderson in the end zone on a nine-yard pass, but it wasn’t enough for Coach Jason Barnett. “We were on the wrong side of the 50-yard line for most of the game and you can’t give a team like Goochland a short field,” Barnett said. “We can’t play that way and expect to win.” Goochland.............. 10 15 21 0 — 46 Fluvanna ................. 0 0 0 7 — 7 G – Alvis 20 pass from Johnson (Cooke kick) G – FG Cooke 30 G – Clore 38 run (kick failed) G—Johnson 1 run (run failed) G—FG Cooke 29 G—Adams 40 pass from Johnson (Cooke kick) G—Brice 40 run (Cooke kick) G—Martin 49 run (Cooke kick) F—Anderson 9 pass from Foster (kick good)


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The National Alliance on Mental Illness-Central Virginia Chapter (NAMI-CVA) will meet at 7 p.m. at the Weinstein JCC on 5403 Monument Ave., Richmond. Dr Ananda Pandurangi, newly appointed Vice Chairman, VCU Dept. of Psychiatry, and a national NAMI winner of the 2011 Exemplary Psychiatrist Award, will speak. The meeting is free and open to the public. For further information contact 285-1749.

Calendar. For information, call 746-1235 Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deadline is Fri. 3 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 10 (10-2) Forest Grove Christian Church Youth Yard Sale under the church pavilion. Forest Grove Christian Church is located at 3881 Hadensville-Fife Rd, a mile south of Hadensville Post Office. Proceeds help fund activities for youth group. Saturday, September 10

Life Changing Ministries International will be having its Opening Convocation at 10 a.m. at the Goochland High School Auditorium, 3250A River Road West, Goochland, Va., 23063. Pastor Karen E. Friday, September 9 Friday, Sept. 9 (10-6) and Harden will deliver the word.

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Wednesday, September 14 Thursday, September 15 a fun and faith-filled weekend The New Virginians (a Goochland County Lions with Evangelist and Awareclub for women new to the Club annual BBQ (catered by winning harmonica player, Richmond area in the last two PQ’s BBQ) and Raffle at Dover Larry DeLawder, Barney Fife, years) will have its monthly Lake. Entertainment provided in person, will be with us on luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at The by Steve Bassett. BBQ tickets Friday evening. You must Dominion Club (600 Dominion are $20 and raffle $1. First come re-visit Mayberry on Club Drive, Glen Allen,Va. 23059- prize $1000 shopping spree Friday night, Sept. 16 at 7 5478). The guest speaker for at Bass Pro Shop. Proceeds p.m. Saturday, Sept 17 at this luncheon is Bill Clotworthy, go towards assisting citizens 10:30 a.m. there will be workauthor of “Homes of the First needing prescription eyewear shops followed by lunch and Ladies, A Guide to Publicly and other sight saving groups. an evening service with mesAccessible Homes, Museums, and Please call Dennis Parker sage by Larry at 7. Stuart Related Sites”. The cost for the (512-9272) or Mickey Amos Rice, pianist, will perform at that service. Sunday mornluncheon is $25 for club members (338-4442). ing Larry will bring us our and their guests. Reservations for 11 a.m. message with a lunch the luncheon are requested by Friday, September 16 following. Nursery will be noon on Sept. 7. Contact Linda provided, no charge for these Byrd Chapel U.M.C., Eggleston at 744-2025 for more services. Kents Store, Va. invites you to information.

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