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District 5 Member John D. Wright, right, and District 1 Member Michael E. Payne have been chosen to represent the Goochland County School Board as chairman and vice chairman, respectively, for 2013. Photo by Bill Sigafoos/VirginiaFIRST Robotics

Members of the “Junkyard Dogs” robotics team from Goochland H.S. picked up robot components and learned their mission for the 2013 FIRST Robotics Competition. Gathering at the Virginia Commonwealth University Student Commons on Saturday, January 5, teams from across Virginia heard they’ll have just six weeks to design and build remote-controlled robots that can fling Frisbee-type discs through goals and climb 10-foot pyramids. Students in FIRST programs not only compete for bragging rights in the international contest; they also qualify for more than $16 million in college scholarships. Seen here at the kickoff event from left to right are: First row: Hunter Glaveskas, Max Spivey, William Glaveskas, Henry Carscadden, Jake Leisfeld, Smanthat Shedden, Ashley Borgie (mentor), John Borgie (mentor). Second row: Scot Patterson (mentor), Logan Monk, Drew Spivey, Ben Toole, Sam Taylor, Scott Spivey (mentor) Malcolm Shedden (mentor), John Julock. Learn more at www.virginiafirst.org

Customers line up at Goodwill opening By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

About 50 folks waited in line, anxious to start shopping last week, as county dignitaries, company associates and Goochland Chamber members cut the ribbon for the grand opening of the Goodwill store and donation center in Centerville last week. “Enjoy your day and spend lots of

money,” quipped District 4 Supervisor Bob Minnick, holding the giant goldent scissors, while Goodwill Chairman of the Boad Richard S. Sutton did the actual cutting. There was no need to urge people to shop, as the parking lot was full and cars lined both sides of St. Matthews Lane near the store. “The stores help fund our mission,” said Sutton after the ceremonial ribbon

cutting. Goodwill prides itself on offering jobs and training programs to serve people with obstacles to employment along with job placement services. Sutton said the location of Goodwill’s 13th store in central Virginia was ideal. “It gets us in Goochland but also puts us close enough to Henrico County to serve both areas,” he said. see Goodwill > page 4

Wright, Payne to lead School Board By Ben Orcutt Special Correspondent

Members of the Goochland County School Board have unanimously elected John D. Wright of District 1 to serve as the panel’s chairman for 2013. “I don’t have any sort of specific initiatives,” Wright said following his election during the Board’s Jan. 8 meeting. “I want to continue to be as transparent as possible and just try and allow everybody to do the things that they do best. That goes from the superintendent all the way down to our teachers and instructional staff, the support staff, all of that. Mostly it would be to get out of the way and let them do the good things they do every day.” Wright succeeds District 4 Member Elizabeth A. Hardy as chairman. Michael E. Payne of District 1 was elected by unanimous vote to become the vice chairman for 2013. During the Board’s Jan. 8 meeting, the panel also voted unanimously to change meeting times to 6:30 p.m. and move the location see School Board > page 5


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He’s always liked history. Now 12-year old Robert Wood, a sixth grader at Goochland Middle School, is raising money so he can go across the pond to see where a lot of it took place. Robert is one of a group of 14 students who will travel to the British Isles in July as part of the People to People program, a student ambassador program established by Presisent Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956. Eisenhower proposed a peaceful solution for a war-ravaged world. That solution? Give everyday citizens of different countries the opportunity to meet and get to know each other, and the result will be understanding, friendship, and lasting peace. Out of this vision came the “People to People” movement and the inspiration for People to People Ambassador Programs. Robert said he is the only student from Goochland taking part in the trip. They leave July 3 and come back on July 21. Now the problem is to raise the more than $7,000 to pay his way on the trip. “I know I’m going to be able to raise it,” said a confident Robert last week, who said he has raised $1,500 so far. There are plans for a fundraising sphaghetti dinner January 26 at Dover Baptist Church at 6 p.m and aBowl-A-Thon at Sharder Lanes in March. Robert has a jam-packed itinerary awaiting him once he leaves, with stops in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland on the agenda. In England Robert is looking forward to a ride on the largest ferris wheel in the world, the “London Eye.” In Scotland Robert’s group will be on the lookout for the Loch Ness Monster at Kingussie. “That will be pretty cool too,” said Robert. Funny thing is, Robert is not quite sure who recommended him for the trip, although he has an idea. Once recommended, he got a letter from

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Robert Wood, a 6th grader at Goochland Middle School, is heading for England as a People to People ambassador.

the People to People folks and had to go through and interview process that winnowed the almost 200 5th and 6th grader hopefuls down to 40 and then down to the final 14. Recommendations from teachers Stephanie Falconer and Elisabeth Curfman and fellow church member Sara Rowe. Whoever recommended him, Robert is appreciates their efforts on his behalf. “If I knew who it was I would be so grateful,” he said. When he’s not riding the biggest ferris wheel in the world or looking for monsters, Robert will be pretty busy with other activities, like visiting Warwick, birthplace of William Shakespeare and making a stop at Buckingham Palace. Other high spots of the trip include meeting a member of Parliament, a ferry trip across the Irish Sea to Ireland, where the group will tour Dublin an tour the remains of Blarney Castle. If you’d like to help Robet raise the money he needs to go on this educational expedition, you can contact him at egwoodfamily@aol. com or call him at 804 514-7253. To find out more about People to People, visit their web site at http://peopletopeople.com.

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Christmas Mother program serves record number Over 1,000 county residents assisted in 2012 Contributed Report

The need for support from the Goochland Christmas Mother program reached an all time high for 2012. Over 1,000 adults and children from 390 families were given a happier Christmas thanks to the work of hundreds of volunteers and support from the community. Of the 390 families supported, just over 125 were “adopted” to local organizations and families who provided for “their” families on behalf of the Christmas Mother. The adopting groups enable the Christmas Mother to support many more families than would otherwise be possible. More than 80 different organizations, churches and families stepped up to adopt qualified Christmas Mother recipients. Adoptions are a vital part of the association’s ability to help so many in need. “It is a huge undertaking to match up so many of our families with those who want to provide for them in the name of the Christmas

Mother” said Kit Davison, GCM President. “Our adoptions chair, Lisa Parrish, worked with a team of volunteers to match recipients with donors. The generous support from the community is so important to our helping so many in need.” From those who volunteered for shopping and wrapping, prepared boxes for delivery, collected canned goods and other donated items, to those who contributed monetarily, it was truly a community effort. Over 60 volunteers turned out to shop for recipient gifts on Shopping Day, and over 100 came to make those gifts beautiful on Wrapping Day. Forty-three bicycles and helmets were donated, as well as meals for working volunteers, and so much more. Providing for those in need who may not be able to enjoy the Christmas season is the goal of the Goochland Christmas Mother Association. The need was especially acute this past December, and through the efforts of so many, the association was able to help a record number of recipients. Goochland’s Christmas Mother program provides food, clothing, and other special gifts and support to meet the needs of each

qualified family. The work of hundreds of volunteers is required to organize the donated and purchased food and supplies, shop for and wrap gifts, and deliver the items to each family. Volunteers from other county organizations, like the Rotary, the Goochland Woman’s Club, and the Goochland Sheriff ’s Office support the effort along with many businesses, schools, families, and individuals. Volunteers are key to meeting the need, and it is a community effort that many enjoy participating in each year. A county resident is asked to serve as the Goochland Christmas Mother during the season, and 2012’s Christmas Mother was Heidi Hall. Mrs. Hall worked hard to raise funds and contributions in support of the program. As of early January, her fund raising efforts had reached $60,533. Contributions are accepted throughout the year and are still coming in [Editor’s note: see separate letter to the editor from Mrs. Hall]. To read more about the Goochland Christmas Mother and learn about volunteer opportunities, visit their web site at goochlandchristmasmother.org

Two found not guilty in theft case Third defendant still faces trial By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

Two men charged with misdemeanor larceny in a case involving items taken from a Goodwill trailer at the

Hidden Rock Park transfer station have been found not guilty. Edward C. Payne and Granville B. Parrish were arrested Aug. 6, 2012 along with Jonathan E. Payne, an employee of Goodwill after an investigation by the Goochland Sherriff ’s Office. Goochland Circuit Court

Judge Timothy K. Sanner last Friday declared the two defendants not guilty after a bench trial. Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Mike Caudill said Monday that Jonathan Payne, son of Edward Payne, still faces felony embezzlement charges in the case.

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Christmas Mother 2012 Heidi Hall (red scarf) accepts a check for $500 from the county last December. From left are Kelly Parrish, County Administrator Rebecca Dickson, Hall and Wanda Tormey. The county administrative staff was one of many groups who worked hard to support the organization this year.


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Farrell felon voter restoration bill voted down in subcommittee By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

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Although disappointed that his bill to restore voting rights to non-violent felons died in a subcommittee vote, Del. Peter Farrell (R-56) remains convinced that it is the right thing to do. “It was a personal decision of mine,” said Farrell Monday after the vote in the House Subcommittee on Constitutional Amendments, killing the bill for all practical purposes in the House of Delegates.

Farrell represents Louisa and parts of Goochland, Henrico and Spotsylvania counties. Farrell said he was moved by the plight of a constituent who had committed a non- violent felony but had served his time. “I had a student who had messed up,” said Farrell, who pointed out that his bill, which proposed an amendment to the Virginia Constitution, would have had to pass in two successive sessions of the General Assembly and then go before the voters in a general election for

approval. Farrell said he was surprised when Gov. Bob McDonnell made the restoration bill a center point in his recent State of the Commonwealth address. “I hadn’t talked to the governor at all,” said Farrell. “I’m disappointed but you have to respect the process,” he said after the subcommittee vote. “Sometimes it takes multiple Del. Peter F. Farrell years to make a change.” Bills similar to Farrell’s are House could have an opportustill alive in the State Senate so nity to vote on the issue should there is still a possibility that the a Senate bill pass.

as fast as possible,” is how a Goodwill store handles its donations, she said. But Murdock said the there is something bigger going on then just running a second-hand store. “We have tried to get the mission out to the customers,” she said. “It’s a bigger deal than just a store.” Goodwill spokesperson Ellen Thornhill said the company has four job centers and partners with the Virginia Employment Commission, Social Services and the Virginia community college system to help move people into employment. Most of the current employees at the St. Matthews Lane store are Goochland residents, added Murdock. Store manager Chuck Newsome, who has 30 years experience in retail, the last two with Goodwill. “It’s nice to have a job that helps people,” said Newsome. The new Goodwill store will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday and from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. To find out more about Goodwill, visit the web site at www.goodwillrichmond.org.

The ribbon is cut at the new Goodwill store and donation center on St. Matthews Lane in Centerville. From left are Bonnie Creasey, Executive Director of the Goochland Chamber of Commerce, Goodwill Chairman Richard Sutton, District 4 Supervisor Bob Minnick, Goodwill President and CEO Charles D. Layman and store employee Ashley Cox. Below, Tommy Alvis shows off his purchase, a picture of Downtown Short Pump.

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to the county administration building. Should closed sessions be necessary, they will be held at 6 p.m. prior to scheduled meetings. Also at last week’s School Board meeting, Superintendent Dr. James F. Lane unveiled his proposed budget for fiscal 2014. Drawing a bit of laughter, Lane said he loves the budget process. “This is the heart of where we decide the future of our school division,” he said. During his presentation, Lane’s outline of the top priorities for the FY 2014 budget are to “retain and attract high-quality teachers, administrators and staff; maintain or enhance innovative instructional programs; [and] enhance school division operational efficiency.” Lane’s proposed budget of $26,243,506 for FY 2014 is slightly higher than the FY 2013 budget of $26,177,949 and is based on a projected average daily enrollment of 2,311 students, he said. According to Lane’s numbers, the lion’s share of the proposed FY 2014 budget – $18,012,475 or 69 percent – is slated to be spent on instructional costs, with a projected per-pupil expenditure

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OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor

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• HB 1342 would require the state or political parties to reimburse localities for all costs of primary elections. As the county notes, Goochland during 2012 spent over $30,000 conducting political-party primaries. In the past eleven years Goochland has conducted eight political-parties primaries.

Though the larger issues of General Assembly this year will involve the budget, transportation, and uranium, tending to the needs of our communities, and conveying to my colleagues the interests of our own citizenry, will, as ever, be my principal objective at the Capitol. For Goochland County this • HB 1343 would allow localiSession I am pleased to be patron ties to amend the boundaries of of five bills, as follows: Service Districts though only after proper public notice and also a • House Bill (HB) 1339 would public hearing. permit any county to exclude prison populations from the official Hefty price tags are associated U.S. Census population used once with each of the elections-related a decade to redefine the boundaries bills. Accordingly, each bill, no of state, federal, and some county matter how favorably advanced, political districts. will end up in the Appropriations Commitee where fiscal axe-wield• HB 1340 would require the ers frown upon even the beststate to reimburse localities the intentioned legislation. entire cost of both compensation But, we are not without allies and expenses for Electoral Boards in these endeavors, so there is and General Registrars. As the hope. Board of Supervisors notes, “In fiscal year 2013 the reimburse- Goochland’s Page ment for Goochland County amounted to only 62 percent of As both a legislator and an eduexpenses.” cator I am always delighted when the Speaker of the House affirms • HB 1341 would require the my recommendation for a Page. state to reimburse localities for This year, Miss Alexandria Maria all costs of conducting a presi- Herrera, a student in Goochland dential primary election. In 2012 Middle School, is my Page from the the county was reimbursed for 65th District. I’ll be reporting more $12,252 while expenses exceeded see Ware > page 7 $14,000.

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Shoppers line up awaiting the ribbon cutting at the new Goodwill store and donation center on St. Mathews Lane in Centerville last week. Goodwill spokesperson Ellen Thornhill said it was one of the biggest turnouts for a store opening she had seen. Shoppers filled the store’s parking lot and lined both sides of the street on St. Matthews Lane. See story page 1.

Letters to the Editor Supervisors did the wrong thing In your editorial in the January 10th edition of The Goochland Gazette concerning the Board of Supervisors’ decision on the Orapax conditional use permit, you stated, “They did the right thing.” I respectfully disagree with your conclusion. The right thing would have been to require the applicant to perform a live fire demonstration over one or two days so that a true representation of the impact the sporting clays range may have on the surrounding neighborhood could have more readily been determined. With a live fire demonstration, either the Board would have understood the opposition to the shooting range and agreed with it, or they would have found the opposition was not justified in our concerns and approved a more comprehensive permit. As it is now, my neighbors and I could be subject to an intrusion upon our property rights and peace of mind, and a deterioration of our property values over the next two years while the main questions remain unanswered for both sides of this issue. With the issue

left open-ended, the same questions ground. That’s why we need your help. will remain until a new application is filed in less than 15 months. Then we Grace Juran start the process all over again. The Board of Supervisors has put Editors note: The Gazette received everyone in the area in limbo because, instead of doing the right thing, they a package of letters from Elizabeth Ferguson’s fourth grade class at refused to do so. Randolph Elementary School. We T. Tessenear picked Grace Juran’s letter as repreRiver Road West sentative of the students’ concerns.

Student voices concern for watershed Today Mrs. Dailey from 4-H shared with us an incredible lesson on watersheds using the Environscope. First let me explain what a watershed is. A watershed is a basin-like landform defined by high points and ridge lines that descend into tlower elevations and streams and valleys. There are some problems with our watersheds. Problems include pollution from factories, fertilizer and oil. Solutions include factories becoming more environmentally friendly, fertilizers with slow-release nitrogen and switching to new no-phosphorous fertilizer. Oil should be disposed of properly instead of put in the

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Mr. and Mrs. Mason J Henley Jr. of Goochland are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Ciara Christine Henley to Mr. Joseph Shawn Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy W Johnson of Columbia. A June 2013 wedding is planned.

Ware continued from > page 6 on her service near the end of Session.

Effects of Federal Debt Goochland officials are correct in worrying about the costs to localities that previously were borne by state government.

Similarly, we legislators are deeply concerned by the ill effects on both the private economy and state revenues of the weak private economy, nationally, and, especially, the exploding indebtedness of the federal government. Here is a sobering synopsis of the fiscal crisis just north of the Potomac--and as noted, we all are affected:

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The Virginia Association for Biological Farming (VABF) held its very first “Farm School for Beginners” course this past fall. The purpose of the program was to help beginning farmers and ranchers in Virginia to make informed farm planning decisions as part of a whole farm plan. The six week comprehensive program, which was held in Goochland County at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College, introduced students to Whole Farm Planning, Marketing, Sustainable Farming Practices, and Holistic Business Management. The curriculum was developed by Virginia Tech, and is being offered as part of Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition Project through a grant received by VABF. Numerous established farmers and Virginia service providers participated in each of the six weekly programs, offering their own experience, feedback, encouragement and expertise to participants. Many long-time VABF members assisted with the program, including Mark Schonbeck (who taught, and indeed wrote, part of the Sustainable Farming Practices module), William Hale (who shared his experience growing organic seed and making compost), Cindy Conner (who also taught part of the Sustainable Farming Practices Module), and even Cindy’s daughter, Betsy Trice

Federal Debt in context • U.S. Tax revenue: $2,170,000,000,000 • Federal budget: $3,820,000,000,000 • New debt: $1,650,000,000,000 • National debt: $16,271,000,000,000

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(who is now teaching Sustainable Agriculture at J. Sargeant Reynolds) participated. Students toured two farms as part of the Farm School experience - Shalom Farms, which is a vegetable production farm that is a regional food security, community development project of United Methodist Urban Ministries of Richmond (UMUMR), and Keenbell Farm, a third generation farm that produces grass-fed beef, pastured pork, free range chicken and eggs. At the end of the six week program, students had the opportunity to participate in a networking event that brought experienced farmers, restaurant owners, food and farm store owners and others together in an informal social setting. The

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event was held at Midnight Brewery in Rockville, and was free as part of the Farm School program. Hors d’oeuvres and locally brewed beers were served as participants socialized and discussed their future farming plans together. Lisa Dearden, who was hired as VABF’s Farm School Program Manager, is organizing a one day Farm School for Beginners course on Feb. 7, which is just prior to the Virginia Biological Farming Conference in Richmond. Another six-week farm school is planned for this spring. For more information, contact Lisa directly by email or phone: chiknegg@gmail.com or 804-3149141.

• New credit card debt: $16,500

Let’s now remove eight zeros and pretend it’s a household budget:

• Outstanding balance on the credit card: $162,710

• Annual family income: $21,700

• Total budget cuts so far: $38.50

• Money the family spent: $38,200

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Jeffrey “Jeff” Cowan of Goochland County was born October 28, 1963 and died December 29, 2012. He is survived by his mother Nina Hodges, his father Dave Cowan (Bea), his children, Jessica, Jeff and Savanah; his brothers, David , Gary and Mark Cowan, his girl friend Sarah Katherine, many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. A private service will be held at a later date; arrangements by Lacy Funeral Home, Mineral. Va. Visit www.lacyfh. com for online guest book.

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Goochland, brothers Dennis Harris and wife Jackie of Crozet, Derrick Harris of Hahira, GA, JD Harris of Fredericksburg. Spike’s family included his aunts Ruby Amick of Charlottesville and Pauline Spencer of Lovingston, uncles Joe Harris of Alice, TX and Bill Harris of Lovingston. Mother-in- law Sandra Miller, Grandmother-in-law Mary Lee, and Brother-in-law Jeff Miller and wife Suzanne of Unionville. He had two beloved nieces Emma Harris of Hahira, GA and Alexandra Harris of Fredericksburg VA and one nephew Dylan Harris of Crozet. Spike left his constant companions and beloved dogs Juli and CamiBlue Rebel. There will be a Celebration of Spike’s Life at 11a on January 19, 2013 at Ridgecrest Baptist Church 14654 Thomas Nelson Hwy Lovingston, VA 22949 In lieu of flowers, please make donations (monetary or voluntary) to: Goochland Co. 5 Fire and Rescue 2710 Fairground Rd Goochland VA 23063 Caring for Creatures 352 Sanctuary Lane Palmyra VA 22963 Friends of the Goochland Library 3075 River Rd West Goochland VA 23063

January 7, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, James. H.; and son, James R. Hope. She leaves to cherish her memory six sons, Ronald (Laverne), Alan (Janet), Elliotte (Brenda), Malcolm (Cyndy), Eric (Sabrina) and Everette Hope; two daughters, Angela Allen (Wayne) and Thelma Glymph; 19 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; three sisters, Jeanne Bates, Esther Ross (Winston) and Beatrice Shelton (William); two brothers-in-law, four sisters-in-law, and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Her remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va., where the family received friends and relatives on Friday, January 11, 2013,. Funeral services were held 12 noon Saturday, January 12, 2013, at Jerusalem Baptist Church, 994 Three Chopt Rd., Manakin, Va. 23103. Pastor Emanuel C. Harris officiating.

D.J. ‘Spike’ Harris left this world on January 10th 2013 after a short illness. His passions included cigars, grilling, Cavalier and Packers football, YMCA Logrollers and visiting the OBX every chance he got “on a Bumming Up the Beach tour’ Redman with his wife and dogs. Spike was born in Charlottesville in 1957 and Mr. Harry Melvin Redman was graduated from Charlottesville High born June 22, 1922, the first child School in 1976. He attended PVCC. of Carl J. Redman, of Thomas West, He was preceded in death by his Hope Virginia and Claretta R. Duvall mother Jean Truslow Harris and Redman, of Goochland, Virginia. He is survived by his father Darwin Mrs. Edna Bates Hope, 85, of was predeceased by his sisters, Lenora ‘Degie’ Harris and Step Mom Sharon Harris of Afton, wife Karen Harris of Crozier, Va., departed this life on E. Carr and Johnella G. Toombs; and

Programs continued from > page 5 a lifetime. Young ladies invite your father for a special night of dancing. The evening will have music, refreshments and games. Dress to impress and come ready to have a good time! March 15th 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Goochland Sports Complex FEE: $10 per couple - $5 for each additional person • EGGstravaganza Bring your little ones to enjoy a morning of hunting for goodies! Presented in collaboration between Parks, Recreation & Facilities Management and the

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Goochland Family YMCA. Goochland Sports Complex This FREE family event will feature holiday themed activ• Goochland Arts Weekend ities! Make sure to remember your basket and don’t forget Come out and support the your camera! arts in Goochland County! March 30 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Join us May 3-5 at the Goochland Family YMCA Goochland High School/ Middle School Complex. This • Family Fun Night! event will showcase student and community artists’ work, Enjoy an evening of fun there will also be various perfilled activities, games and formances throughout the crafts provided by Goochland day. Vendor spaces will be County Parks, Recreation & available to community artFacilities Management. Event ists for a small fee. will introduce participants to For more information Department programs and concerning vendor spacfacilities offered by PRFM es contact Jessica Hewitt, and feature our Community Program Coordinator Partners. Visitors will be Community Recreation, at offered the opportunity to jhewitt@co.goochland.va.us win a free week of Summer or in the Parks, Recreation & Camp! Facilities Management office April 19 6 p.m.-8 p.m. at (804) 556-5854. For more

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brothers, Carl J. Redman. Memories will be cherished by his loving and devoted wife of 57 years, Joyce M. Redman; one daughter, Joan Redman Davis (Wayne); two very devoted grandchildren, Roslyn D. Brooks (Keith II) and Tevin M. Davis; three great-grandchildren, who he adored, Takia M. Griffis, Kendall R. Griffis and Keith Brooks III. A special thank you to Misti VanDyke and Sandra Bethel, two angels sent from Medi Hospice. Special thanks to Linda Barrett Mealy, who hung in there with him to the end, as well as all of his cousins and friends who were diligent in visiting and calling. His remains rest at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Virginia, where the family received friends Sunday, January 13, 2013. Funeral services were held Monday, January 14, 2013 at Countyline Baptist Church. Interment church cemetery.

Sillex Nina Snow Wash Sillex, born June 16, 1922 and died January 2, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband Marion Sillex; and is survived by her five children; Nina Hodges (John), Joyce Portlock, Walter Harris (Audrey), Shirley DeVall (Michael)

Tibby Moorehead (Pete), sister, Helen Parrish, brother, Henry “Med” Wash; her fifteen grandchildren, David, Jeff, Gary, Mark, Victor, April, Glenn, Brian, Joyce Ann, Lavetta, Butch, Sonny, Wendy, Earl, and Tobie; twenty-seven great grandchildren and two greatgreat grandchildren, numerous loving relatives and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Arrangements by Lacy Funeral Home, Mineral, Va. Visit www.lacyfh.com for online guest book.

Turner Mrs. Lucy Simms Turner, 85, of Goochland, Virginia, entered eternal rest January 7, 2013. She was preceded in death by her beloved husband, James Arthur Turner; three sons, James Arthur Jr., Charles and Melvin Turner; and three grandchildren. She leaves to cherish her memory, four children, Lelia Tolliver, Caroline Johnson (Lonnie), Stanley and Leon Turner; two sisters, Alice Simms and Margaret Young (Henry); three sisters-in-law, Lenora, Lola and Lucille. Her remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland, Va. Funeral services were held Sunday, January 13, 2013 at Ebenezer Baptist Church, Goochland.

information concerning the May 4th 12 a.m.-4 p.m. event, please contact Ann at the Route 522 Skate Park Rohrer arohrer@glnd.k12. va.us or Neil Burch nburch@ Show your support! Buy a glnd.k12.va.us Bulldog Card! • X-Fest Itchin’ to try out the new skateboard? Catch some air at the 2013 X-Fest! Demos, competitions and prizes per age group and skill level. Free skate, music, pizza and refreshments. Skate vendors on site. Other extreme activities to be provided by the U.S. Army. Event coordinated in partnership through the Skateboard Action Committee, Goochland County Parks, Recreation & Facilities Management and the Goochland Family YMCA.

Present this card at participating community businesses to receive discounts. All proceeds from the sale of the Bulldog Card will benefit All Night Graduation Class of 2013! Available for purchase at Essex Bank/Goochland, Hickory Notch Grill, Shear Wildness, Millstone Granite, or Goochland Pharmacy. For more information and a full listing of Community Businesses participating and discounts offered, please visit www.glnd.k12.va.us/index/ ghs/ or call (804) 598-8040. Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities

Management will also be offering new programs this Spring! Choose from adult and youth cooking classes, art classes, cake decorating, and fitness classes. As always, we will be offering your favorites, including: Dance, Karate, NRA Firearms Safety, Boaters Safety, and Dog Obedience. Be sure to check out our website or facebook for a full list of our classes including new Spring Break Camps! Check with us at the end of February to see our full Summer 2013 Camp line up. Please contact the Recreation Division at (804) 556-5854 or visit us online at www.co.goochland.va.us for more information.


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No relaxing for Cadets during blowout week Benedictine finds things to work on even in one-sided games BY JP BEAUCHAMP Special Correspondent

The Benedictine basketball team is known for playing one of the toughest schedules in the Central Region. But still there are times when the competition is not quite even on the court against the No. 1 ranked Cadets. Last week was once such span. Monday brought a 76-51 run past Amelia Academy and Tuesday an 87-51 pounding of Norfolk Christian. Yet, the most lopsided victory came on Saturday night, when Benedictine devastated Pope John Paul The Great 74-25. It was a case of the Cadets being unable to provide much mercy as Coach Robert Churchwell III cleared his bench early in the third quarter after the Cadets took a 57-15 lead. Therefore, the question arises, how does the team continue to improve facing a vast disparity in talent on the court. “One of the things as a staff that we try to impart to these guys is that everyday you play against the game of basketball,” Churchwell said. “It doesn’t matter who your opponent is. Some teams are better than others, but you always play against the game of basketball. We have to train ourselves to play one way. One way. That’s what we are attempting to do. We’re not quite there yet, but the boys are getting better.” In the case of John Paul, the Cadet substitutes proved equal against the Wolves’ starters. As such, Churchwell believes it is important for the players who see little time during the big games to log important minutes. “We were fortunate to be

Photos by Charlie Leffler

At left: Benedictine’s Raymon Minor draws contact from Russell Holland on a drive to the hoop as John Paul’s Desmond Robinson (5) goes for a block. Above: Benedictine’s Caleb Ortiz makes a leaping dive out of bounds to save the ball over the defense of John Paul’s Justin Jackson (2) to Minor (32).

able to get all our guys in,” he said. “A lot of guys got some playing time. That’s the major thing because sometime down the stretch, it only takes one play and somebody that hasn’t played in a while has to step up.” Forward L.G. Gill only logged 14 minutes against John Paul but finished the night with nine points and eight rebounds. The goal for Gill and his teammates does not change in the runaway games. “The same thing that we do in a normal game,” he said. “Every game is important. We want to come out and be strong in every game; so even if the game is a blowout or whatever, we still have to play hard. Just stay focused on not underestimating your opponent; just going hard the whole game.” Robert Johnson, an L.C. Bird product, had another big night against the Wolves, scoring 21 points on 7-of-11 field goals and 5-of-8 3-pointers while dishing out four assists and coming up with two steals in only 17 minutes of play.

“I wouldn’t say I was hitting a little bit more,” he said. “I got a rhythm going early; so I just tried to stay hot and keep shooting when I had the opportunity. Likewise, Johnson deferred his successful night to a teammate. “Nick [Coppola] was looking for me so I applaud him for doing that,” Johnson said. “I just tried to shoot the ball. I think he’s a very good point guard. He’s a Division I point guard. One of the best things about Nick is that he knows your strengths; so, he gets the ball where he knows you can score. I think he’s a good point guard for distributing it that way.” For Johnson, there is work to do even when the team leads by substantial margins. “Execution,” he said. “At that time is a perfect opportunity to run your sets and get the type of looks you want. That’s the time when, if we have a new defense to practice, we’ll try it out and see how it is; so I think execution is the main thing.” The one player who was

looking to make the most of the week was guard Raymon Minor (Patrick Henry), who has been going through a slump of late after averaging 12.6 points per game early in the season. Minor finished the night with four points, one assist, seven rebounds and one steal against John Paul. “[My] offense didn’t really go that well,” Minor said. “I know I did a lot better on the defensive end, though. I got a lot of stops. I had seven rebounds tonight otherwise. I know I wasn’t shooting that well, so I know how to crash the boards and help the team out. That’s what I had to do tonight.” Part of Minor’s slide may be contributed to making the adjustment from being the standout at Patrick Henry to a role player at Benedictine this season. “At PH I was like the only player that could really score,” he said. “I was like the main player. When I got here, I know I wasn’t the main player. I’ve got a lot of people around

me that’s good and stuff; and I like that. And they have a winning record.” For Churchwell, the week was a good bounce-back week after the Cadets suffered their first and only loss of the season against Brunswick on Jan. 5, 60-55. “It happens,” Churchwell said. “Obviously it happens. I thought it was a good game. Brunswick has a really good team. That was our first time seeing them. They have some good players. Both teams shot poorly. We just shot a little worse. But that’s ok. It’s a long season and we’ve got to bounce back quickly.” Gill took the loss to Brunswick hard, but rebounded along with his team. “It was kind of devastating, the loss; but we got back on our feet. We’re just going forward now.” Minor concurred. “[The recent loss to Brunswick] disappointed everybody from school officials to fans. It probably disappointed us the most. We don’t think they were a better team; but we came out slow. So that’s one of the things that our coach talked to us about coming out and playing hard

and keeping the pace for the whole thirty-two minutes. So, that’s what we try to do now.” On Tuesday night (after press deadlines), Benedictine faced one of their biggest challenges of the season hosting a Cape Henry squad ranked among the state’s best. “That’s a good team,” Minor said. “They play on ESPN (Saturday)… Tuesday we’re going to have to come out real hard: defense, rebounding and stuff; keep them off the boards.” Regardless of who the Cadets are playing, Churchwell said some things never change. “We just prepare to play against the game of basketball,” he said. “Like every other team, we want to win every time we step on the floor, and so that’s how we prepare. We prepare to do what we have to do to win; and hopefully that’s how it will come out.” -Charlie Leffler contributed to this story. JOHN PAUL THE GREAT (3-9) — Douse 7, De. Robinson 6, Kotwicki 0, Adgei 0, Coyle 7, Jackson 5, Holland 0, Long 0, Dy. Robinson 0, Flannery

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Slow start dooms Bulldogs in battle for first By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

The first week back after a long Christmas vacation is always difficult for students, and basketball teams. The Goochland girls’ basketball team returned to action with a rough win over Randolph-Henry and followed that up with a victory at Buckingham on Tuesday night to up their Jefferson District record to 6-0. “We shook off the Christmas rust with that win,” said Bulldog coach Sarah Voyack. Last Wednesday, Goochland traveled to Powhatan, as the girls took their non-conference schedule on the road for a match up with the neighboring Indians. Although the Bulldogs lost in a lopsided 43-19 decision, Voyack said it was just what the team needed with a big contest against district foe Amelia looming to end the busy week. “We don’t see a team like Powhatan in our district,” she said. “Leading up to Amelia, we needed a team like Powhatan,

with the aggressive players, defense and looking to push the ball in transition.” That set the stage for the first matchup of the season with first place on the line, hosting the Raiders,. Amelia came out running and their aggressive defense overwhelmed the slow-starting Bulldogs to mount a 15-5 first quarter lead. Goochland returned the favor in the second quarter. Khayla Leabough stroked a 3pointer to open the second, cutting the lead to 15-10, and the Bulldogs began a comeback that featured the team running at full throttle. “It was probably the best quarter of basketball we’ve played all season,” Voyack said. With a minute remaining in the first half, Goochland’s Tammara Taylor scored on the inside and was fouled. Taylor’s free throw capped a 15-3 run and the Bulldogs were up 2018 at the break. Both teams utilized the 3point shot to open the second half and Amelia regained the

lead, holding it until the end of the period, 34-29. The Bulldogs drifted further behind as the outside shooting went cold in the fourth quarter, but made a final run that came up short 46-39. “Except for four or five minutes, I felt like we really played well and as a team tonight,” Voyack said. The coach also felt the game was a good lesson for the next time the two teams meet later this month. “We were settling for outside shots in the fourth quarter,” she said. “We don’t need to do that. We have players who can take the ball inside. We need to drive the ball to the basket. We can do that.” AMELIA 46, GOOCHLAND 39 AMELIA (11-2, 7-0 James River) — Royal 0, Baker 6, B. Givens 2, Harris 0, K. Givens 7, Rayley 0, Williams 20, Mitchell 8, Nash 0, Dickerson 0. Totals 20 3-12 46. GOOCHLAND (7-6, 6-1) — Leabough 17, Robinson 0, Jackson 4, Rodriguez 4, Liddle 0, Mills 0, Keith 2, Taylor 7, Ezell 5. Totals 15 7-16 39. Amelia.................... 15 3 16 12 — 46 Photo by Jim Ridolphi Goochland............. 5 15 9 10 — 39 Goochland’s Khayla Leabough (13) fires a quick pass around Amelia defender Khadija Givens in 3-point goals — A: Williams 3; G: Leabough 2 Highlights — G: Sydney first half action on Friday night. The Bulldogs and Raiders faced off in a battle for first place in the Jefferson District but Amelia came away with the win, 46-39. Ezell 13 rebounds.

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The Goochland boys basketball team picked up a pair of big overtime wins last week to keep themselves in the James River District race. On Tuesday, the Bulldogs handed leagueleading Buckingham (10-1, 51) their first loss of the season. 61-57 in overtime. Goochland (6-3, 4-2) once again needed additional time on Friday to put away host Amelia 46-42.

0, Schlesinger 0, Zoulbek 0. Totals 11 1-5 25. BENEDICTINE (17-1) — Lane 9, Johnson 21, Coppola 6, Gill 10, Gorski 4, Shaheen 8, Gordon 2, Pilot 3, Minor 4, Wright 0, Oritz 3, Ferrell 4. Totals 25 15-22 74. John Paul.............. 8 7 7 3 — 25 Benedictine.......... 24 23 16 11 — 74 3-point goals — J: Coyle, Jackson; B: Johnson 5, Shaheen 2, Pilot, Coppola. Photo by Charlie Leffler

At right: Benedictine’s Robert Johnson (4) rises up for his second consecutive 3-pointer, pushing the Cadets to a 57-15 lead over John Paul. Johnson has blistered the nets of late and finished the game with 21 points in 17 minutes of action on 7-of-11 shooting, including 5-of-8 from 3-point range.

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GOOCHLAND 61, BUCKINGHAM 57 OT BUCKINGHAM (10-1, 5-1 James River) — Bartee 12, Johnson 15, Koonce 3, Randolph 7, Stanton 2, Scott 16, Ayres 2, Ragland 0, Woodson 0. Totals 18 17-26 57. GOOCHLAND (5-3, 3-2)—Johnson 10, Dyer 9, Smith 22, Mattox 4, Harden 0, Hayden 10, Alexander 0, Talmage 4, Hobbs 2. Totals 23 9-20 61.

Buckingham........ 8 10 17 14 8 — 57 Goochland......... 10 19 15 5 12 — 61 3-point goals — B: Bartee 2, Johnson, Scott; G: Smith 5, Hayden. Highlights — G: Harry Talmage 8 rebounds, 4 steals; Josh Hayden 7 rebounds; CeeJay Johnson 5 assists; Evan Smith 6 rebounds. GOOCHLAND 46, AMELIA 42 (OT) GOOCHLAND (6-3, 4-2 James River) — Johnson 10, Dyer 4, Smith 12, Mattox 6, Harden 0, Hayden 12, Alexander 0, Talmage 2, Hobbs 0. Totals 18 7-15 46. AMELIA(1-10, 1-5)—Baker15,Perry 0, D. Johnson 2, Sale 1, Royal 2, Delaney 7, Wilson 6, Bradley 4, M. Johnson 5. Totals 15 9-14 42. Goochland............. 7 11 17 4 7 — 46 Amelia.................... 15 13 9 2 3 — 42 3-point goals — G: Smith 2, Johnson; A: Delaney, Wilson, M. Johnson. Highlights—G: Josh Hayden 11 rebounds; Harry Talmage 10 rebounds; Ceejay Johnson 5 assists.


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Rules 30 Rock ’ Funniest Home Videos

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C. Rose Market CSI In NBA The Office

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On Saturday, January 19th, from 5 -7 p.m., the Goochland Democratic Committee is having a Volunteer Appreciation “pot-luck” dinner at the Company 5 Fire House located at 2710 Fairground Road. RSVP requested. Please contact Ron Reynolds, GDC Vice-Chair, at 804-556-6911 to RSVP or for more information. Hope to see you there!

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Millwood School Admissions Open House at 2 p.m. All parents are invited to attend. Millwood School is a thriving college preparatory school for students in Junior Kindergarten through 12th Grade focusing on educational excellence in a warm and nurturing environment. Millwood School is known for small classes and individual attention, a challenging and diverse curriculum, exceptional faculty, and a value structure that promotes honesty, integrity, and respect for others. Call 804-639-3200

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or visit www.millwoodschool. Gym Lobby at the Goochland Parks and Rec building. See org for more information. Saturday, Feb. 2 www.gyaasports.com for more information or email Fourteenth Annual Chili us at info@gyaasports.com. Cookoff at Gum Spring Registrations will close on United Methodist Church at February 16. 5 p.m. Enter your chili for Friday, Feb. 15 a chance to win a prize or come and taste and vote on Smoke-free Bingo your favorite. Soup will be Every 3rd Friday night served for those who do not (beginning Feb. 15th) like chili. Powhatan Moose Lodge, Goochland Youth Athletic Doors/Kitchen open at 6 Association will be offering p.m., Bingo 7 p.m. 4140 Old open registration for Spring Buckingham Road. Powhatan, Baseball and Softball at the Va.

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Saturday, Feb. 16 Goochland Middle School is having an indoor yard sale! from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Grace Episcopal church in Goochland Courthouse. Anyone wishing to donate to the yard sale may contact Paula Carney at 804-7080360 to arrange for donation, or send to GMS/GHS, attention Ms. Curfman. Proceeds to benefit the GMS/GHS student spring break trip to Paris. Please support our students!

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CLASSIFIEDS Commercial Real Estate for Rent ∫ OFFICE & DESK SPACE OFFICE FOR RENT 1309 Broad Street Road Oilville, VA 23129 $295/mo. - furnished/unfurnished. Comcast & all utilities included except telephone. Call Chris Whitney (804)852-6666

Business & Service Directory HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. Cash on the spot. No title needed. Same day pickup, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free towing. Lic. salvage dealer & vehicle remover. 804-247-5263

LAWN SERVICES Brooks Davis Lawn & Landscaping, LLC Mowing, Mulching, Leaf & Tree Removal, Aerating, Seeding, Fertilizing, and More! Fully Insured. Email BDavisLandL@aol.com or 804-356-0223

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Elite Powerwashing- Cleaning all Surfaces Gutter Cleaning Call 804-314-0150 TREE SERVICE Great Dane Tree Service LLC. Trimming, Topping & Removal. Minutes from Goochland Call 540-872-2600

Announcements GENERAL & SPECIAL NOTICES SMOKE-FREE Bingo Every 3rd Friday night (beginning Feb. 15th) Powhatan Moose Lodge, Doors/Kitchen open at 6:00 PM, Bingo 7:00 PM. 4140 Old Buckingham Road. Powhatan, Va.

Merchandise MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-218-0680.

Education & Instruction ARTS & MUSIC Piano / Voice Lessons - Will teach beginners starting in the 2nd grade & up in my Cartersville home. Also, experienced with special needs children. 25 years experience. Call 434-808-2207.

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FAX: (804) 730-0476 or classifieds@goochlandgazette.com TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Hygiene Service/ Driver - Valid driver’s license w/excellent driving Record; professional appearance; Customer Service skills; pass both drug & background checks; Dependable, honest, & trustworthy. Does this describe you! Fax resume to: 804-368-0956 or mail to: New Hire, PO Box 358, Hanover, Va. 23069 Drivers: Home Weekends Pay up to .40 cpm Chromed out trucks w/APU’s 70% Drop & Hook CDL-A, 6mos Exp. 877-704-3773 or apply @ Smithdrivers.com

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Immediate Opening - Experienced Auto Painter’s Helper to sand, tape, and prep vehicles. Must have experience working in a body shop, own transportation, and valid drivers license. Send resume to paul@colonialgroupltd.com or call Colonial Body & Paint Shop 804-746-2590. Contact Paul Woods or Paul Dorn for interview appointment.

Counselor- Residential Treatment Facility in Cartersville, VA. MS degree in counseling or related field: preferably in substance abuse or BS in Rehabilitation, Social Work, Psychology, plus 2 years experience in counseling. Must have C.S.A.C. Email marym@hricorp.org or fax 804-644-6310. EOE.

INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE CUMBERLAND COUNTY Cumberland County - HVAC Specialist - Work includes operation, maintenance & repair of heating, ventilating, refrigeration and A/C systems for County and School facilities. Extensive experience with Barber Coleman, Trane Tracer/Summit based systems preferred. Virginia State Journeyman’s Mechanical License and Technician Type II CFC License required with a desire to obtain a Virginia State Master Mechanical license preferred. For detailed job descriptions and application contact Howard Paras at 804/492-3800 or visit our website at www.cumberlandcounty.virginia.gov. Salary offered will be commensurate with experience. Submit completed County application to: Cumberland County Administration, Attn: Howard Paras, P.O. Box 110, Cumberland, VA 23040. The position is open until filled. Cumberland County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, creed, limited English proficiency, or handicap in its programs, activities or employment practices as required by Title VI, title IX, and Section 504. Contact Human Resources, Cumberland County, 804/492-3800 with questions regarding alleged discrimination.

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Sign Language Teacher – Teach preschool-aged children sign language & activities designed to promote social, physical & intellectual growth such as games, arts/crafts, music & storytelling. Reqd Master of Special Education + 1 yr exp (or Bachelor’s + 5 yrs exp) w/ sign language certificate & criminal background check. Mail resume to Learning Playhouse, 208 N. Providence Rd, N. Chesterfield, VA 23235.

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Legal Notices ABC LICENSES Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery, LLC Trading as: Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery 4100 Knolls Point Drive Goochland County, Virginia 23063. The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Brewery with Keg license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Lisa Brotherton Pumphrey CEO/Director/Managing Member NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-5523200.

LEGAL DISPLAY ADS 2 temporary ag equipment operators needed to cultivate and harvest flue-cured tobacco, peanuts, soybeans, cotton, corn, wheat, oats, rye and other diversified crops in Martin County, North Carolina, for Conoho Farms, Inc. with work beginning on or about 02/18/2013 and ending on or about 12/01/2013. The job offered is for a skilled operator and requires minimum 3 months verifiable work experience operating 200+ hp farm equipment. Applicants must possess proper and current driver’s license. The minimum offered wage rate that workers will be paid is $9.68 per hour. Workers must commit to work the entire contract period. Workers are guaranteed work for 3/4 of the contract period, beginning with the first day the worker arrives at the place of employment. All work tools, supplies and equipment are provided at no cost to the worker. Housing will be provided to those workers who cannot reasonably return to their permanent residence at the end of each working day. Transportation and subsistence will be provided by the employer upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier, to workers who are recruited outside the area of intended employment. Applicants must provide documentation that they are eligible legally to work in the U.S. Applicants should report or send resumes to Div. of Workforce Solutions, 407 E. Blvd, Williamston, NC 27892 (252) 792-7816, or the nearest local office of their State Workforce Agency, and reference job order #NC10163803. EOE. H-300-12357-044559.

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LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF TAKING DEBTS AND DEMANDS Having been requested by The Trust Company of Virginia, Executor of the Estate of Ann G. Hitch, 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 February 6, 2013 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. Given under my hand this 9th day of January, 2013. John M. Williamson Commissioner of Accounts Goochland County Circuit Court

TRUSTEE SALES Notice of Substitute Trustees’ Sale 82.05 Acres +/East of State Route 603, Tabscott Road Byrd District, Goochland County Pursuant to terms of Deed of Trust (the "Deed of Trust"), dated November 11, 2005, recorded in Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, VA (the "Clerk’s Office"), as Instrument No. 050006255, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness secured and at the request of the holder of the note evidencing such indebtedness, the undersigned Substitute Trustees, either of whom may act, duly substituted by appointment, will offer for sale at public auction at the front entrance of the building which houses the Circuit Court of the County of Goochland, VA, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063, on February 15, 2013, at 2:00 p.m. local time the real property described in the Deed of Trust and briefly described as 82.05 acres, more or less, east of but not adjacent to State Route 603, Tabscott Road, mailing address 3183 Tabscott Road, 82.05 acres, more or less, according to plat of survey by Michael L. Parrish and Assoc., dated June 23, 1999, and recorded in the Clerk’s Office in Plat Cabinet C, Page 88, Tax Map 17-1-30. TERMS OF SALE: Cash. Bidders deposit of $5,000.00 shall be required in CASH, CASHIER’S OR CERTIFIED CHECK at the time and place of sale; settlement in full within 30 days of sale date. Property is being sold "AS IS", subject to all restrictions, easements and conditions or matters of record which lawfully affect the title and the rights of parties in possession. Additional terms may be announced at time of sale. THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. William L. Jeffries, Jr., Substitute Trustee Robert E. Kane, Jr., Substitute Trustee FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: William L. Jeffries, Jr., and Robert E. Kane, Jr., Substitute Trustees Kane & Jeffries, P.C. 1700 Bayberry Court, Henrico, VA 23226 (804) 288-1672 x 303

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Goochland County to Test New Emergency Notification System Be Notified in an Emergency-Please Sign Up! Goochland County wants to be able to notify you in the event of an emergency! To this end, the County has recently made some enhancements in how we can do this. Modern lifestyles and advances in technology have resulted in the older, traditional notification systems, which only call land based phones, obsolete. Estimates are that about 20% of Goochland homes do not have a land-based telephone anymore. The use of cell-phones and internet based phone systems has prompted the county to explore new notification technologies so that we can serve you better and keep you informed. The County’s new emergency notification system is called Code RED. It is a web-based mass emergency notification system that will dramatically improve both the speed and ways in which residents are notified. Code RED will notify residents on their land-lines (if you have one), but it will also notify residents on other devices of your choosing, if you register. You can register to be notified by e-mail and text to your own personal communications devices such as cellphones and other telecommunications devices. On January 31, 2013, 3:00 p.m., Goochland County will conduct a test of the Code RED Emergency Notification system. The test will be conducted in the afternoon. You will be informed that this is a “test” call. Now would be a great time to sign up for this service-prior to the “test”. This way, you will know if the notification system is working as you desire. In order to be notified via cellphone or other device, residents must register those devices. This is a simple self-registration process that can be done by logging onto the Goochland County website at www.co.goochland.va.us and clicking the CodeRED link. Those without Internet access may call 804-5565304 Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm and we will help to get you registered. The information required for registration is street address (physical address, no P.O. boxes), primary phone number and cell service provider. Additional phone numbers, email and text addresses may also be provided.

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE The Goochland County Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings on Tuesday, February 5th, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the Goochland County Administration Building, Board Meeting Room Suite 250, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Goochland, VA on the following: 1. District 5 RZ-2012-00004 Application filed by Manakin Village (Austin Brockenbrough, III) requesting to rezone (down zone) 186 acres from R-1 District (Residential, Limited) to A-2 District (Agricultural, Limited) a portion of Assessor’s Parcel 63-35-0-1-0 (GPIN 7714-26-7592) located along Manakin Road approximately ¼ mile north of River Road West. The property was rezoned April 3, 2007 to create an 84 lot single-family subdivision. The property is planned to remain open space and to be used for timber production. The site is in Manakin Village and is designated Residential Minimum One Acre Lots in the Comprehensive Plan. 2. District 5 CU-1999-00014 Application filed by MGGK, Goochland-River, LLC (dba Portico Restaurant) requesting a Conditional Use Permit for a restaurant that was previously granted such a permit in 1999 and in 2008 for Assessor’s Parcel No. 64-2-0-5-0 (GPIN 7733-07-0662) located at 12506 River Road in the Dover Magisterial District. The property is zoned A-2 and the Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Section 3.24 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The site is designated Residential Minimum One Acre Lots in the Comprehensive Plan. The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/ amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. TDD 556-5317. E-mail: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.

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