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Volume 59, Number 5 • January 31, 2013

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Michael Farley, left, CEO of Elk Hill; stands with other grant recipients and Capital One executives. To his left are: Lee Householder, CEO of project:HOMES, Katherine Busser, Executive Vice President and Chief Operational Risk Management Officer at Capital One and David Wright, Senior Vice President in Card IT at Capital One. In the back row are, from left, Karl Werwath, Managing Vice President of Bank Operations at Capital One, Tim Joyce, President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Richmond; Barry Taylor, retired President and CEO of the YMCA of Greater Richmond and Damon Jiggetts, Executive Director of Peter Paul Development Center.

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Grant is part of company’s Investing for Good Program By Ken Odor jodor@goochlandgazette.com

“I call it corporate kindness,” said Elk Hill Executive Director Michael Farley last week, after his school received a $150,000 grant from Capital One at a ceremony at the Hippodrome in Richmond. Elk Hill was one of four recipients, all non-profits, at the

Thursday evening ceremony. Other recipients were the Peter Paul Development Center, project: HOMES and the YMCA of Greater Richmond. “We’ve had a very nice partnership with Capital One over the last 10 years,” said Farley, who said Elk Hill would use the money for a renovated swimming pool and shade pavilion, as well as more scholarships for students. Founded 42 years ago, Elk Hill provides group homes for boys, schools, summer camps and other services for troubled students. The Investing for Good Award spotlights the best direct service models that are serving people

in need and building strong neighborhoods in the Greater Richmond region. The Award will provide two years of grant funds and intensive volunteer support to build the capacity of area nonprofits to serve the needs of low to moderate income communities. The grant provides $100,000 in the first year and $50,000 in the second year, pending the results achieved in year one. Katherine Busser, Executive Vice President and Chief Operational Risk Management Officer at Capital One, called Elk Hill “a marvelous organization. see Elk Hill> 7

Ellery Team, 7, a first-grader at Hunter Country Day School, displays her winning entry in the Gazette’s Make a Newspaper contest. The contest asked the entrants to write a story, headline and draw a picture to illustrate it. Ellery wrote about her dog, a Border Collie named Jagger. “When my brother and I play outside Jagger moves with us,” wrote Ellery, whose wining story was “Local Border Collie moves like Jagger.” Her mom Amanda, said Ellery and her brother Gavin, 5, thought the song “Moves Like Jagger” by Maroon 5 was written about their dog when they first heard it over a year ago. “This is a song about our dog Jagger,” Amanda recalled them saying when they first heard the song on the radio. Ellery said she knows her dog has the same name as Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger. Ellery won a one year subscription to the Goochland Gazette along with a gift certificate to Target stores, crayons and mechanical pencils for future writing projects. Congratulations, Ellery!


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Three community leaders, Bryan Rhode, Lisa Luck, and Neil Spoonhower, have been elected to the Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services Board of Directors. The new members bring a wealth of expertise in organizational development and leadership to support GFCFS in serving more than 1,200 local families and children with basic human needs, medical and dental care. “The diverse set of ideas and knowledge the new board members bring to GFCFS are essential to our goal of being a high-performing, inclusive organization,” said Keith Reynolds, Board President “I look forward to Bryan, Lisa and Neil contributing to the continued success of our organization.” The GFCFS Board of Directors is a select group of individuals, from a variety of backgrounds, responsible for setting policy and overseeing the organization’s general well being. A newly elected slate of officers will lead GFCFS in 2013 including Keith Reynolds, President, Tony Ponsiglione, Vice President, Andy McLean, Treasurer, and Elizabeth Rider, Secretary. Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services’ mission is to provide access to health care and basic human services to Goochland community residents who are in need of assistance. GFCFS is a private, 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation supported by individuals, churches, corporations, foundations, and businesses who share its vision. Goochland Free Clinic and

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Family Services relies on many generous individuals, businesses, civic groups, churches and foundations who volunteer their time and talents and provide financial support for our programs. “We are dependent upon the collective effort of our community to continue to meet the needs in Goochland County.

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Goochland schools budget ready for board approval By Ben Orcutt Special Correspondent

Just about all of the kinks have been worked out of the proposed budget for Goochland County Public Schools for fiscal year 2013-2014. Superintendent Dr. James F. Lane’s proposed FY 2014 budget of $26,185,081 is slightly higher that the FY 2013 budget of 26,177,949. “I’m really excited about the budget you have put together,” District 4 School Board Member Elizabeth A. Hardy told Lane during last week’s budget workshop and public hearing at the county administration building. During his budget update, Lane said that about 83 percent of the proposed FY 2014 budget will pay for salaries and benefits, which leaves about 17 percent

for discretionary spending. The FY 2014 budget is based on an average daily membership or enrollment of 2,311 students, Lane said, with a per-pupil expenditure of about $11,249. Perhaps the most important detail to be worked out in the FY 2014 budget is in the area of providing benefits for part-time employees. “I think the question is, in the superintendent’s proposed budget he is continuing to offer part-time benefits to part-time employees and so the discussion we’re having is whether to take that money, which he projected at about $80,000 in [the] next fiscal year [and] not offer parttime employees part-time benefits and instead take that money and finish Phase 1 of the [Career and Technical Education] initiative….,” said John L. Lumpkins

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Jr., who represents District 3 on the School Board. Bill Hall, who is the parent of three children who attend GCPS. Hall heartedly endorsed the School Board’s proposal to increase the number of slots for Goochland students who attend the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School from four to five per matriculating grade based on the proposed FY 2014 budget. “It’s an incredible program and the fact that it’s available here locally and it is a great opportunity for the kids in our county,” said Hall. W. Kevin Hazzard, who represents District 2 on the School Board, is vice chairman of the Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School Board. All students who wish to attend Maggie Walker must apply for acceptance, he said. “There’s an application

process followed by a battery of tests that you take,” Hazzard said. “We’ve [Goochland] increased the slots from four per matriculating class to seven, which means we’ll go from a total enrollment of 16 to 28 over a period of four years. Goochland has no problem filling its slots, Hazzard said. “There have been times in the past where we didn’t, but now for example, this past year we had 23 applicants and I would say at least half of them were highly qualified, but we could only matriculate four,” he said. Hazzard agreed with Hall that Maggie Walker is one of the top high schools in the country. “If you look at the rankings, it’s always in the top 10 or 12 in the nation,” Hazzard

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Bill Hall, parent of three children who attend GCPS, chats with District 4 School Board Member Elizabeth A. Hardy at last week’s School Board meeting. Hall told the panel that he endorses its proposal to increase the number of slots for Goochland students who attend Maggie L. Walker Governor’s School from four to five.

said. “Yeah, it’s world-class. It’s wonderful that we get to participate.” The School Board is expected to adopt the proposed FY 2014 budget during its meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at Goochland High School.

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Winter sets in Just when it seemed like I could get through the season with one delivery from the fuel oil company we contract with, Old Man Winter blew into town this month in full force, taking nighttime temperatures down into the teens. He even brought snow, twice, to the area. Lucky for us, we already had plenty bread and milk! So much for the global warming theories I’d been counting on to lighten the heating bill this winter. We spent Thanksgiving week with my son in sunny Southern California, where the weather is always, well, sunny and the need for an overcoat never makes itself felt. There were roses blooming in his front yard when we left for the airport to fly home. Some folks like it but give me the change of seasons anytime, with the variety of weather and the life cycle of the flora and fauna. Kind of helps you keep track of the passage of time when you can figure out that it’s winter and not still summer or fall. Here in Goochland last week saw a local private school that does an excellent job with troubled youth receive a $150,000 grant from Capital One through its “Investing for Good Awards.” (See our story on Elk Hill’s award on page 1).

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And one of the county’s best known nonprofit service organizations, the Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services, announced the election of its new board. I am always cheered when private enterprise gives back to the society from which it derives its success, as in the case of Capital One and when charitable agencies such as GFCFS continue their vital work to improve the quality of life in the community. What gives pause however, is the seemingly ever-growing behemoth in Washington, D.C., where the prevailing wisdom seems to lean ever more toward increasing the size, scope and intrusiveness of the federal government, at least under the current administration. But the good and necessary work of government at the local and state level -- where it is closest to the needs of the citizens -- is vital. ----This weekend we were saddened to hear of the passing of James T. Taylor, who served for many years on the Goochland Board of Supervisors, including several stints as Chairman of the Board. Look for our story on Mr. Taylor in next week’s edition. -Ken Odor

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Planning a newspaper Byrd Elementary School Enrichment Teacher Glenda Hawk talks with her staff recently at a start up meeting for a new newspaper at the school. Goochland Gazette Editor Ken Odor spoke to the class earlier in the session about community newspapers and how they work. Here Hawk takes suggestions from the group on a name for the fledgling newspaper. After some discussion, the class voted to call it “By the Eagle’s Wing.” Photo by Ken Odor

Letters to the Editor money to buy us 12 new bikes, give a monetary donation and non perishable food items; Margaret Reynolds from the Goochland Cotillion, which was my first, brought in a large monetary donation; Nancy Essid & family who The 2012 holiday season is over and I would just donated 3 large boxes of G.I. Joe dolls (over 60 dolls!); like to give thanks to all the people who have helped the Goochland County Administration raised a large sum Goochland Christmas Mother program exceed the goal see Letters > page 7 of $60,000. I was named GCM 2012 in June and the fundraising immediately began. I would like to first thank all the board members, you know who you are, and Cathy Minnick, my friend, neighbor and Elf for the season! She was with me most every step of the way. I also could not have done it without my friends and neighbors who did neighborhood mailings for me. Joanne Crone (and friends), Susan Reed, Chris Wells, Marypowell Prewitt, Roz Harris, Luann The Gazette welcomes your signed letters to the editor Rolland, Billie Reid, Pat Anderson & Carol Nichols. Our on topics of interest to Goochland residents. Letters must treasurer, Pam Schwartz, said the number of new donors’ include your address and a daytime telephone number. was up this year and the donations were targeted to cerWe reserve the right to edit letters. We do not guarantee tain neighborhoods….great job ladies! that every letter received will be published. Letters reflect Also, a big thank you to Ms. Patsy at Hermitage the opinions and positions of the writers and not The Country Club who took it upon herself to “adopt a famGoochland Gazette. ily” on behalf of Hermitage. She is passionate about kids and was very excited to take on the project and she did an Send letters to: amazing job! There are many people to thank and I hope The Goochland Gazette, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, I don’t miss anyone. Tim Wilson, Perkins Baptist Church, Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Fax: 730-0476 E-mail: jodor@goochlandgazette.com had a pizza gathering which we scored many wonderful children’s gifts; Connie Aaron, who organized a Randolph Square neighborhood cocktail party which brought in a truck load of gifts and monetary donations; Lisa Lamonica & River City Youth Fitness for raising enough

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As a concerned member of the Goochland community, I wanted to voice my opposition to the recent decision that was made by the Board of Supervisors regarding the Clay Shooting Range on the Orapax property right off of Route 6. My husband and I made a decision four years ago to move to this area to raiser our family. We wanted our children to grow up in an area where they could experience life in a rural setting and all that it has to offer. We wanted to them to spend their days exploring the great outdoors, hearing the sounds of the wildlife, and becoming a part of the Heidi Hall community. Goochland Christmas With my husband’s proMother 2012 fession as a farmer, and me

as a stay-at-home mom, we knew that the house that we purchased here in Goochland would be our investment for our future and that of our children’s. The decision to approve the Clay Shooting Range affects all that. Our level of enjoyment is significantly decreased when we are hearing continual shots being fired. The community at large is affected because everyone within hearing distance is now unhappy that they have to live here. Our home, our investment for the future, decreases in value, because who really wants to purchase a house within hearing distance of a shooting distance when they could purchase one somewhere else? I am disappointed by those we elected to serve our community on the Board of Supervisors. I will be more actively involved in the next

of tens of millions of dollars in the Richmond area. Not to mention the 90,000 volunteer hours donated by the company’s employees in the Richmond area, she added. “I think they feel compelled to do things that help their communities,” said Busser when asked why

Capital One employees’ donate their time and skills. “It’s part of the value system of Capital One.” Farley said Elk Hill went through an application process to be eligible for the grant, which was then reviewed by a committee of senior leaders from Capital One who made selected the recipients.

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decorating doors, wearing jeans and having fun. Last but certainly not lease, I can’t forget to thank Ken Odor of the Goochland Gazette for keeping the GCM program in front of the community with some wonderful pictures and articles that highlighted the work being done by so many to make Christmas come true for those in need. The list goes on but the moral to this story is everyone can contribute a little and if you put it all together you have a very successful program. Again, THANK YOU to all who were generous with their time, gifts and donations.

Elk Hill continued from > page 1 We are very lucky to have the dedicated people at Elk Hill – they have a big impact on the people they serve.” With 12,000 employees, Capital One has been investing in the community for years, said Busser, to the tune

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Writer reports on March for Life Friday, 1/25, I attended the annual March for Life in Washington, D. and was inspired by the sight of such a mass of people braving frigid, snowy weather to stand up for the sanctity of every human life. One would have had to see the vast throng marching shoulder to shoulder, filling Constitution Ave from the Mall up to the Supreme Court Building to believe that the estimate of 400,000+ could be accurate.

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www.goochlandgazette.com Yes, the pro-life movement in America is alive and well. The most encouraging part of the experience was seeing that the majority were young people. These college and high school students (and younger ones) understand that they have lost brothers, sisters, cousins and potential friends to abortion. They also know, with the help of the science of ultrasound, that it is a real human being growing in the womb. I believe these energetic, idealistic youth are the hope of our country. This year’s march commemorated the 40th anniversary of the Supreme Court decision legalizing abortion. Since 1973, over 55 million children have been killed in this country, which was founded on the principle of the unalienable Godgiven right to life. Also, the lives of countless mothers and fathers who have aborted their children have been devastated by feelings of guilt and regret. Today, the

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most dangerous place for a child is not in a classroom or movie theater, where he might be killed by an “assault” weapon wielded by a lunatic, but in his mother’s womb. We hear nonstop about all the problems facing this nation. I believe the root cause of all our problems is that of moral decline and I do not believe we will find lasting solutions without addressing this. We would do well to start by abolishing the government-sanctioned killing of babies. My prayer is that we would all repent of our part in this atrocity whether it be having an abortion, advising or aiding others to have one, electing leaders whom we know will promote abortion or just sitting back and saying and doing nothing. Shirley T. Arnold Goochland


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Bledsoe Willie Anna Bledsoe, 74, of Goochland, Va., went to be with the Lord on January 26, 2013. She is survived by her daughters, Brenda (John) Amos, Teresa (Gary) Horning, and son, William McKinney (Lisa); six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Family received friends at the Norman Funeral Home, Goochland, Va., on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, January 30, 2013, at Mizpah Christian Church, at 1 p.m. Interment in church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Mizpah Christian Church

Ford Ronald Vernon Ford, Jr. 34 of Bumpass, VA passed away on Friday, January 25, 2013 at his residence. He attended Salem Christian Church and was employed with Ornamental Steel in Ashland. Survivors include his father, Ronald V. Ford, Sr. and step-mother Gloria Ford; his mother, Ruth

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Cox Stanley and step-father Ronald Stanley; one son, Joshua Matthew Ford of Harpers Ferry, W VA; two brothers, Brandon Lee Ford and Jeremiah Cox both of Bumpass; two sisters Jessica Mae Ford of Bumpass, and Melissa Dawn Easlick (Randy) of Chesterfield. A Memorial service will be held 7pm Friday, February 1st at Lacy Funeral Home, Rt 522 Mineral, VA, officiated by Rev. Brian Miller. His family will receive friends one hour prior to the service .

(Shelly); two great-grandchildren, Madison and Cameron Stanley; sisters-in-law, Frances Proffitt and Lucy Proffitt; and brother-in-law, Junior Proffitt (Jean). The family will received friends Monday at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad St. Funeral services were held 11 a.m. Tuesday, January 29, at St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church, with interment in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to St. Matthew’s United Methodist Church, 1706 St. Matthew’s Lane, Richmond, Va. 23233 or Goochland Vol. Rescue Squad, Co #3.

Mills T. Lester Mills, 102, of Goochland, died Sunday, January 27, 2013. He was predeceased by his wife, Helen P. Mills, and is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Janet and Keith Stanley; granddaughter, Cindy Hawk (PeeWee); grandson, Andy Stanley

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Taylor James T. Tayor Sr., 69, passed away on January 25, 2013 surrounded by his family at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, Richmond, Virginia. He was born on November 14, 1943 in Middlesboro, Kentucky to George and Julia Taylor. James grew up in Hancock County, Tennessee. He graduated from Hancock Country High School in 1960. After school, he moved to Goochland County, Virginia.

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James was preceded in death by his parents, George and Julia Taylor. James is survived by his devoted wife, Mildred; son, James “Tommy” Jr. and wife, Charmayne; daughter, Cheryl along with Greg Manning; his brothers, Leroy and Jerry (Cathy); his sister, Georgia Roberts (Jim); and his grandchildren, Nicholas, Raegan and Emma. James also leaves many loving nieces, nephews, other family and friends. The family would also like to express gratitude to Lucy Taylor, David Taylor, Jimmy and Shirley Blevins, and Kirby Kernan for their unerring care and support. Visitation was held at Norman’s Funeral Home, 2982 River Road West, Goochland, Va., on Monday, January 28, Funeral services were held Tuesday, January 29 at Mizpah Christian Church, 5257 Old Columbia Road, Goochland, Va.

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Val Pace, right, past Relay chairperson, and Shauna Sprouse, ready have their table ready for guests at the Relay for Life Chili CookOff KickOff last Saturday. Their team, Goochland Aerobics Gang, has been participating in Relay for 10 years. The Chili CookOff raised $2,000 on Saturday toward the group’s goal of $63,000.

night can be party time for the community to honor and celebrate Goochland’s cancer survivors and their caregivers. We walk the elementary school track throughout the event as an acknowledment of the struggles those diagnosed with cancer endure. Then we keep everyone encouraged with

plenty of fellowship, music, games, and late night dancing.” To help get the word out to the Goochland community, the Relay committee and Team Captains had a Relay Chili CookOff KickOff event last Saturday The Relay Teams offered

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This year marks the 100th Birthday of the American Cancer Society and the Goochland Relay for Life event will celebrate in a grand style with their annual event June 7-8 at Goochland Elementary School. This marks 19 years that the Goochland community has sponsored a Relay event and this year’s theme is a ‘Century of Hope’, each team will decorate to commemorate an ACS theme or a decade of the past 100 years. Vickie Dunn, 2013 chairperson, is excited about leading the event. “I get to continue a great tradition and introduce a few new ideas. And get new people involved!” The planning committee is comprised of seasoned Relay volunteers which means many sponsors, community and church groups are already being contacted for support and involvement. Vickie adds “A lot of work and fundraising is done prior to the actual Relay event so that

A number of other fundraising events are in the works as well, including bowling tournaments, bingo nights, beautiful baby contests and a spring yard sale.

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framed photo of some of her students using the violins hangs on a wall at Hope Thrift. “We see our store as a ministry to our customers and our community,” says Renee Norton, the store’s manager, “and we’re privileged to have great things for sale at great prices.” Hope Thrift’s philosophy is spelled out on a small placard near the cash register, which says, “If you feel you got a good deal, you have been blessed by God. If you feel you got an ‘OK’ deal, then you have blessed God’s kingdom.” That approach has served the store well as it marks its second anniversary this month. Located in the Tuckahoe Village Shopping Center on Patterson, Hope Thrift is an outreach of Hope Church, which is also on Patterson, just over the Goochland County line. “It’s been a great ride for the first two years,” says Mary Beth Blake-Heath, one of the store’s founders. “We’ve seen needs met, relationships built, and lives changed in so many ways. It’s just a miracle.” Every item for sale at Hope Thrift has been donated, and all proceeds support the mission and ministries of Hope Church. The store is staffed by one paid manager and over 200 volunteers. Community outreach is a focus for the store. “We’ve been able to form some great partnerships,” says Norton. “In two years, Hope Thrift has become a lot of different things to a lot of different people.” Among those people are

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the young men and women of the Skills Development Center, which works with individuals with autism. SDC members come weekly to learn job skills. The store has also worked with special needs students from several local schools, and employees gather supplies for underprivileged students at the beginning of each school year. Guidance counselors at nearby schools also have Hope Thrift vouchers they can give to needy families. One Saturday each month is designated Ministry Saturday, with the day’s proceeds all going to a single ministry. Ministry Saturdays have so far benefited Young Life of Goochland; missionaries working in Asia, Europe and Africa; Embrace Richmond; and First Light Counseling, a practice run by Goochland resident Brenda Murray.

The last week of each month, called Dollar Days, is also an excellent chance to pick up some clothing bargains. From Tuesday through Saturday of that week, all clothes are $1, unless otherwise marked. Hope Thrift has also become a popular spot for high school students to fulfill community service hours, both voluntary and court-ordered. “We love having the teens in the store,” says BlakeHeath. “They bring an energy and enthusiasm that our customers really pick up on.” Of the teens who come to do court-ordered community service, Blake-Heath says, “Who hasn’t done something they wish they could have a do-over on? We’ve all got days we’d like to forget. We’re glad to have them, and I love working with them.” The store will pick up and

deliver large items within a 15mile radius. “We’ve been given a lot of nice things from estate sales, other stores, and folks that are moving or downsizing,” says Barry Isenberg, another of the store’s founders. “It has been a great way to be a service to our community.” Among the items at Hope Thrift are furniture, kitchenware, books, glassware, clothing for all ages, sporting goods, toys, electronics, framed art, jewelry, and seasonal items. Many are cleaned, polished, sorted and priced by John and Pam Cobb, two more of the store’s founders. Hope Thrift is open Tuesday through Friday 10-6 and Saturday 9-5. V Volunteers are welcome; many come from outside of Hope Church.

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Bulldog basketball is ready for stretch run By Charlie Leffler cleffler@goochlandgazette.com

The Goochland boys’ basketball team heads into the final two weeks of the regular season looking to complete their preseason goals and claim a James River District title. The Bulldogs (8-4, 6-2 JRD) currently sit alone in second place among district squads and will need to win out to claim the top seed heading into the post season tournament. However, it won’t be easy. Postponements due to weather crunched an already packed schedule forcing Goochland to play six games over the final 11 days of the regular season. The postponements caused the cancelation of some nondistrict games which would have forced the Bulldogs to squeeze in eight games over a 13-day span. While Goochland coach Preston Gordon would have liked to play the games to

give his team more experience, he also did not want to drain them. “It takes a wear and tear on your kids’ bodies and their legs,” he said. “You try to have the kids fresh and ready to go for their district games.” Furthermore, the remaining district games will be some of their toughest. On Tuesday, Goochland hosts Randolph-Henry (3-13, 1-8) followed by a Wednesday night home match-up against Bluestone. After that the schedule really gets interesting with back-to-back games that will determine their final standing. This Friday Goochland travels to league leading Buckingham (15-1, 10-1) for what will most likely be the biggest game of the season for both squads. The Bulldogs handed the Knights, then ranked by MaxPreps.com as the No. 1 team in the state among Group A, Division 2

teams, their only loss in a 61-57 win at Goochland on Jan. 8. “I told our guys after we played a couple games, we hold the key to our future,” Gordon said. “If we want to be successful, we can be successful. I we want to be mediocre, that’s also a possibility, but it’s about how hard we compete and practice and how we come out and play every night. “We really got it through out guys’ heads that we can be a very special team but we’ve got to play together and take care of the ball,” Gordon said. “That’s what we did against Buckingham.” The win also changed the mindset of the Bulldogs. “I think it was an eye-opener to our players. ‘Hey, if they’re No. 1 and we knocked them off at home, guess what, we can be pretty good as well’,” Gordon said. “I think some things are starting to set in and some-

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The play of Goochland 6- 3 center Josh Hayden (23) may hold the key to the Bulldogs’ stretch run and the possibility of finishing first in the James River District. Hayden’s confidence has grown as the season progressed and he creates a difficult match-up for opponents with his height and outside shooting touch.

times it adds a little more pressure to players but sometimes they need that to know how good they can be.” Buckingham is currently ranked No. 7 and Goochland enters the week ranked No. 11 in the state. On Monday, Goochland will host third place Cumberland (6-8, 6-5) in a game postponed due to snow. The Dukes handed Goochland their first loss of the season 56-44 on Dec. 18. The Bulldogs then wrap things up with a trip to Bluestone on Feb. 6 and their regular season finale as host to Amelia on Friday, Feb. 8. Gordon said, like every team, his squad has battled the flu bug but they should be back

to full strength heading into the stretch. Forward Nathan Adams suffered a back injury when he ran into a wall at Central Lunenburg at the beginning of January, but he returned to action last week. “We’re okay, chemistry’s there and it’s starting to come back with Nathan Adams,” Gordon said. “He adds another offensive threat with us down low. He brings a whole lot of energy for us.” Gordon also feels that point guard C.J. Johnson has improved in limiting turnovers and distributing the ball when he no longer needed to lead the team in scoring. The coach also believes 6-

3 center Josh Hayden turned a corner at the beginning of the month when he scored 23 points against Powhatan. “He started knocking down some threes for us,” Gordon said. “Ever since then he’s been more consistent for us shooting the ball outside.” The play of Hayden is key to the team’s success because he presents a difficult matchup for opponents. “He’s got a good shot from the parameter,” Gordon said. “With his size, a lot of players in our district don’t expect that. He’s got a little sneakiness to him with his athletic ability.” All Goochland boys’ basketball games are broadcast on WEZE 100.5 FM.

Goochland Riders recognized with awards The Virg inia Championship Hare Scramble Series (VCHSS) conducted their Awards Banquet for the 2012 season at the Williamsburg Hilton on Saturday, Jan. 12. Averaging more than 350 riders during each event in the 2012 season, Goochland youth won their fair share. Five Goochland teens were presented trophies for the races which were held at sites all over the Commonwealth of Virginia. They competed in 15 motocross hare scramble events from March thru November of 2012. Chris Scriber of Sandy Hook came away with the Youth Grand Champion Award, as well as placing 5th in the 200B Class. Jordan Shifflett of Gum Spring placed 4th in the Super Mini 12-13 Class, and his brother Hunter Shifflett won 12th place in the 4 Stroke C Class. Christian Sherry of Goochland took 2nd place in the 250C Class, with Aaron Dunleavy, also of

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Sandy Hook’s Chris Scriber hoists the VCHSS motocross Youth Grand Champion trophy.

Goochland, winning 7th place He finished 3rd in the 200C in the Super-Mini 12-13 class. Class. Chris has only been Scriber raced on Jan. 27, racing for about 2-1/2 years. in the AMA National Hare Scrambles in Sumpter, S.C. Submitted by Tom Purnell


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us at info@gyaasports.com. 4140 Old Buckingham Road. Registrations will close on Powhatan, Va. Fourteenth Annual Chili February 16. Saturday, Feb. 16 Cookoff at Gum Spring United Saturday, Feb. 9 Methodist Church at 5 p.m. Goochland Middle School Enter your chili for a chance ConundrumDay-Saturday, is having an indoor yard sale! to win a prize or come and taste and vote on your favorite. Feb. 9th at Goochland High from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Grace Soup will be served for those School – 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. A Episcopal church in Goochland children’s engineering event Courthouse. Anyone wishwho do not like chili. for K - 5th grade students – ing to donate to the yard sale may contact Paula Carney at Goochland Youth Athletic Friday, Feb. 15 804-708-0360 to arrange for Association will be offering donation, or send to GMS/ open registration for Spring Smoke-free Bingo is held GHS, attention Ms. Curfman. Baseball and Softball at the Gym Lobby at the Goochland every third Friday night (begin- Proceeds to benefit the GMS/ Parks and Rec building. See ning Feb. 15th) Powhatan GHS student spring break trip www.gyaasports.com for Moose Lodge, Doors/Kitchen to Paris. Please support our more information or email open at 6 p.m., Bingo 7 p.m. students!

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The Goochland Republican Women’s Club will meet at the Manakin Firehouse to hear speaker Roger Ream, President and COO of The Fund for American Studies on the subject of “Can Capitalism Survive?” Lunch will follow at the Richmond Country Club. Please join Life Changing Ministries International (LCMI) Women Insight Ministry Friday, Feb. 1 and Friday, Feb. 8 at the Goochland Library 7 p.m. Facilitator Helen Payne

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Legal Notices 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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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY

DATE: FEBRUARY 5, 2013

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Presentations from Individual Agencies Regarding the Proposed FY2014-FY2015 County Budget Health Department ........................................... 9:00 a.m. Dept. of Social Services Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services Community Services Board CASA Break Registrar Sheriff Lunch (approximately) ................................ 12:30 p.m. Human Resources Fire-Rescue Adjourn to 3:00 p.m. Board of Supervisors’ Meeting in the Board Meeting Room 3:00 P.M. • INVOCATION • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE 1. Citizens’ Comment Period 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation

This description is made subject to all easements, conditions, agreements, restrictions, and reservations of record which affect the property herein conveyed, including but not limited to those mentioned in Deed Book 108 at Page 56, Deed Book 112 at Page 345, Deed Book 114 at Page 169, and Deed Book 118 at Page 171.

3. Approval of Minutes: January 2, 2013 4. County Administrator’s Comments a. Update on 2012 United Way Campaign b. Update on Tucker Park at Maidens Crossing by Ms. Beth Moore, President of Friends of Goochland Parks c. Joint Town Hall Meetings of the Goochland County Board of Supervisors and School Board are scheduled in March as follows: • District 2, Wednesday, March 13, 7:00 p.m., Goochland Library • District 1, Thursday, March 14, 7:00 p.m., Byrd Elementary School • District 3, Monday, March 18, 7:00 p.m., Co. 5 Firehouse • District 4, Monday, March 25, 7:00 p.m., Co. 3 Co. 3 Firehouse • District 5, Thursday, March 28, 7:00 p.m., Co. 1 Firehouse 5. Reports a. Fire/Rescue b. Sheriff c. VDOT d. Planning Commission Activity e. Community Development Update 6. New Business • Consent Items a. Accounts Payable b. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute Central Virginia Waste Management Authority (CVWMA) Special Project Service Renewal Agreement for Vegetative Debris Processing and Removal 7. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between The CarMax Foundation, Friends of Goochland Parks and the County of Goochland for the Donation of $30,000 for Tucker Park at Maidens Crossing

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It appearing that an Affidavit has been made and filed stating that due diligence has been used, without effect, to ascertain the identity and location of all parties to be served; that the last known address for Halbert Cooper is c/o Martha Lomax, 400 Hudson Avenue #1102, Albany, New York, 12203; that the last known address for Martha Lomax aka Martha Jane Lomax is as aforesaid; that the last known address for Lettie Cooper aka Elizabeth Cooper is 17 East 124th Street, New York, New York, 10035; that the last known address for Anna M. Lomax is 16 Marble Hill Avenue, Riverdale, New York, 10463; that the last known address for William Lomax is 1474 Gaylor Terrace, Teaneck, New York, 07606; and, that any officers, heirs, devisees, and successors in title of the Respondent named herein are made parties Respondent to this action individually and/or by the general description of Parties Unknown, it is hereby ORDERED that the parties herein and all Parties Unknown and/or whose location cannot be ascertained appear on or before February 25, 2013 in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, and do what may be necessary to protect their interests in this cause. Entered on the 22nd day of January, 2013. Timothy K. Sanner, JUDGE I Ask For This: John A. Rife, Esq. (VSB No. 45805) Taxing Authority Consulting Services, PC P.O. Box 1270 Midlothian, Virginia 23113 (804) 545-2377 Phone (804) 545-2378 Facsimile Counsel for Goochland County

Susan F. Lascolette, District 1 Manuel Alvarez, Jr., Vice-Chairman, District 2 Ned S. Creasey, District 3 Robert H. Minnick, District 4 Ken C. Peterson, Chairman, District 5

TIME: 9:00 A.M.

Budget work session in the board conference room at 9:00 A.M.

ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the Complainant, Goochland County, Virginia, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for delinquent real estate taxes against certain real property located in Goochland County, Virginia, described as follows: Tax Map No. 5-1-75 Account No. 1983 All that certain lot or parcel of real property, lying and being situated in the Byrd Magisterial District of Goochland County, Virginia, about two miles West of Hadensville, now or formerly owned by Halbert Cooper, being more particularly known as Tax Map Number 5-1-75, and being 17.2 acres, more or less.

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Case No. CL10-173

HALBERT COOPER and MARTHA LOMAX aka MARTHA JANE LOMAX and LETTIE COOPER aka ELIZABETH COOPER ANNA M. LOMAX and WILLIAM LOMAX and PARTIES UNKNOWN Any heirs, devisees and successors in title, collectively made Respondents, Respondents ,

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GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, a Political Subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Complainant, v.

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11. Appropriation of $150,000 in Reserves for Comprehensive Services for At-Risk Youth in FY2013 to Address Services for Mandated Children 12. Authorization to Advertise for Public Hearing on March 5, 2013, an Ordinance to Amend Section 11-33 (“Qualifications, Appointment, Removal, Terms and Compensation of Members of the Planning Commission”) of the Goochland County Code to Change the Composition of the Goochland County Planning Commission From Seven Members to Five Members 13. Presentation on the 2013 General Assembly Legislative Session 14. The following items from Planning and Zoning Are Eligible to Be Scheduled for Public Hearing on the Evening of March 5, 2013 a. District 3 CU-2012-00009 Application filed by National Communication Towers, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to construct a telecommunication tower. The property is located on Assessor’s Parcel No. 55-1-0-93-C (GPIN 6785-64-9920) approximately 3/10 of a mile south of the Crozier Fire Department. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Section 3.30 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. b. District 4 CU-2012-00010 Application filed by Dennis and Cynthia Pryor requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow a bed and breakfast and special events on 56 acres known as Dover Hall located at 1500 Manakin Road on Assessor Parcel Nos. 57-1-0-69-0 (GPIN 7706-84-7054) and 57-1-0-69-A (GPIN 7706-74-8068). The applicant plans to host weddings, business meetings, film production, fund raisers, and similar events on site. The properties are zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited). A Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 3, Sections 3.6 and 3.20 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement Area. 15. Appointments 16. Closed Meeting: In accordance with the provisions of Sections 2.2-3711 and 2.23712 of the Code of Virginia, the Goochland County Board of Supervisors will convene in Closed Meeting for the purpose of discussion or consideration of the acquisition of real property for a public purpose, as permitted by Section 2.2-3711(A)(3) of the Code of Virginia. Certification: Pursuant to Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia, the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, to the best of each member’s knowledge, heard, discussed or considered (i) only public business matters lawfully exempted from open meeting requirements by the Freedom of Information Act in the Closed Meeting of this date, and (ii) only such public business matters as were identified in the motion convening the Closed Meeting were heard, discussed or considered by the Goochland County Board of Supervisors. 7:00 p.m. 17. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order 18. Citizens’ Comment Period 19. Public Hearing a. 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. b. 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.

8. Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Friends of Goochland Parks and the County of Goochland

20. Other Business

9. Richmond Regional Planning District Commission Update on Project to Identify Roadways for the VDOT Rural Rustic Road Program

21. Adjournment: The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Monday, February 11th, 6:30 p.m. for a Budget Work Session in the Board Meeting Room; meeting is open to the public.

10. Appropriation of $166,000 in Existing Technology Reserves in FY2013 to Address Technology Improvements

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VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY

VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF GOOCHLAND COUNTY

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, a Political Subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Complainant,

GOOCHLAND COUNTY, VIRGINIA, a Political Subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Complainant,

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Case No. CL10-197

MARY CARPENTER and LEON JACKSON and MARY KIRBY JACKSON and COREY KIRBY and PARTIES UNKNOWN Any heirs, devisees and successors in title, collectively made Respondents, Respondents. ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the Complainant, Goochland County, Virginia, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for delinquent real estate taxes against certain real property located in Goochland County, Virginia, described as follows: Tax Map No. 38-3-5 Account No. 1491 All that certain lot or parcel of real property, lying and being in the Byrd District of Goochland County, Virginia, located Southeast of Fife on Route 625, about one mile West of Corenth Church, known as Tax Map No. 38-3-5, being 17 acres, more or less and designated as Lot No. 5 on a plat of survey made by C.E. Watkins, SGC on January 16, 1945 and recorded among the records of this Court in Plat Book 7 at Page 20. And being the same real property conveyed to Mary Carpenter, et al. from Lucy J. Scott via Deed of Partition dated April 15, 1948, recorded among the records of this Court in Deed Book 78 at Page 253 and inherited by Leon Jackson according to a certain Affidavit dated August 21, 1979 and recorded among the records of the aforementioned Court in Deed Book 162 at Page 588. This description is made subject to all easements, conditions, agreements, restrictions, and reservations of record which affect the property herein conveyed.

Case No. CL10-175

HALBERT COOPER and MARTHA LOMAX aka MARTHA JANE LOMAX and LETTIE COOPER aka ELIZABETH COOPER and ANNA M. LOMAX and WILLIAM LOMAX and PARTIES UNKNOWN Any heirs, devisees and successors in title, collectively made Respondents, Respondents.

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of the Complainant, Goochland County, Virginia, a political subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia, for delinquent real estate taxes against certain real property located in Goochland County, Virginia, described as follows: Tax Map No. 6-1-9 Account No. 1981 All that certain lot or parcel of real property, lying and being situated in the Byrd Magisterial District of Goochland County, Virginia, West of Hadensville, on Routes 606 and 699, now or formerly owned by Halbert Cooper, being more particularly known as Tax Map Number 6-1-9, and being 71.88 acres, more or less. This description is made subject to all easements, conditions, agreements, restrictions, and reservations of record which affect the property herein conveyed, including but not limited to those mentioned in Deed Book 108 at Page 56, Deed Book 112 at Page 345, Deed Book 114 at Page 169, Deed Book 117 at Page 434, and Deed Book 328 at Page 52.

It appearing that an Affidavit has been made and filed stating that due diligence has been used, without effect, to ascertain the identity and location of all parties to be served, that the last known address for Mary Carpenter is c/o Leon Jackson, 1666 East Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19138, that the last known address for Leon Jackson is aforesaid, that the last address for Mary Kirby Jackson is unknown, that the last known address for Corey Kirby is 1666 East Walnut Lane, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19138, and that any officers, heirs, devisees, and successors in title of the Respondent named herein are made parties Respondent to this action individually and/or by the general description of Parties Unknown, it is hereby ORDERED that the parties herein and all Parties Unknown and/or whose location cannot be ascertained appear on or before February 25, 2013 in the Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, and do what may be necessary to protect their interests in this cause. Entered on the 22nd day of January, 2013. Timothy K. Sanner, JUDGE I Ask For This: John A. Rife, Esq. (VSB No. 45805) Taxing Authority Consulting Services, PC P.O. Box 1270 Midlothian, Virginia 23113 (804) 545-2377 Phone (804) 2378 Facsimile Counsel for Goochland County

It appearing that an Affidavit has been made and filed stating that due diligence has been used, without effect, to ascertain the identity and location of all parties to be served; that the last known address for Halbert Cooper is c/o Martha Lomax, 400 Hudson Avenue #1102, Albany, New York, 12203; that the last known address for Martha Lomax aka Martha Jane Lomax is as aforesaid; that the last known address for Lettie Cooper aka Elizabeth Cooper is 17 East 124th Street, New York, New York, 10035; that the last known address for Anna M. Lomax is 16 Marble Hill Avenue, Riverdale, New York, 10463; that the last known address for William Lomax is 1474 Gaylor Terrace, Teaneck, New York, 07606; and, that any officers, heirs, devisees, and successors in title of the Respondent named herein are made parties Respondent to this action individually and/or by the general description of Parties Unknown, it is hereby ORDERED that the parties herein and all Parties Unknown and/or whose location cannot be ascertained appear on or before February 25, 2013 in the Clerkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, and do what may be necessary to protect their interests in this cause. Entered on the 22nd day of January, 2013, Timothy K. Sanner, JUDGE I Ask For This: John A. Rife, Esq. (VSB No. 45805) Taxing Authority Consulting Services, PC P.O. Box 1270 Midlothian, Virginia 23113 (804) 545-2377 Phone (804) 545-2378 Facsimile Counsel for Goochland County

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Heart Healthy Seminars in February The VCU Medical Center will be offering the following free seminars at the Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden’s Education and Library Complex, located at 1800 Lakeside Avenue. Registration is required. Free parking available. PLUS, if you come early, you can tour the gardens before the seminar for free.

Call (804) 828-0123 to reserve your spot today. Tuesday, February 12, 2013 | 5:30 p.m.

Low Blood Pressure Low blood pressure, or hypotension, occurs when blood pressure is much lower than usual, resulting in the heart, brain and other parts of the body not getting enough blood. Join Dr. Domenic Sica as he discusses low blood pressure, what causes it and how to treat it.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013 | 5:30 p.m.

You Don’t Need to Die of Heart Disease No one lives forever, but you don’t need to die of heart disease. Join Dr. George Vetrovec, from the VCU Pauley Heart Center, as he discusses heart disease, what causes it and what you can do to prevent it.

Thursday, February 28, 2013 | 5:30 p.m.

Preventing Stroke in Atrial Fibrillation It has long been known that patients who have chronic, persistent, or frequent episodes of atrial fibrillation have an increased risk of stroke. Join Dr. Kenneth Ellenbogen, from the VCU Pauley Heart Center, as he talks about an innovative new treatment that can prevent stroke in patients with atrial fibrillation.

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