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Byrd Elementary School students Makayla Pannell, left and Ashley Athey eat lunch last Friday with their mentor Dolores Nicholson at a special event to recognize the efforts of the BES mentoring program.

Students thank their mentors at Byrd Elementary School Second year program now includes both boys and girls Photo by Ken Odor

Kaitlyn King admires the iris at the 9th annual Spring Garden Fest at the Goochland campus of J. Sargeant Reynolds last Saturday afternoon. King, a horticulture student at JSR, was one of more than 600 visitors who turned out on a perfect day for the event sponsored by the Goochland - Powhatan Master Gardeners Association. Master Gardener Linda Toler, coordinator for the event, was pleased. “It’s the best turnout we’ve ever had,” she said. This year’s festival including a new children’s garden tent, she said, in addition to always popular workshops, of which some of the most popular were classes on succulents, bonsai and Shitake mushrooms.

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Goochland veterinarian Beth Schooley teared up as she talked about what being a mentor at Byrd Elementary School means to her. “I don’t have any kids of my own,” she explained. “It’s a very rewarding experience,” she said. Schooley was wearing a paper wrist corsage colored in crayon and carrying four letters from girls at the school thanking her for being a mentor.

It was all a part of last Friday’s lunch organized to thank the 15 or so mentors who meet with more than 30 students each Wednesday morning at 8 a.m. The boys program has been going on for two years. A girls program was added this year. “I think of them as step granddads,” said fourth-grader Steven Parrish, as he worked on downing his third sub sandwich, provided courtesy of the Goochland Rotary Club, which provides mentors along with Second Union Baptist Church and Forest Grove Christian Church. “Seeing how the young men have developed over the school year has definitely been rewarding to the mentors,” said mentor Calvin Hopkins. “It helps them become better citizens.” Deacon Curtis Parrish of nearby

Second Union Baptist Church, said he has seen a difference since the mentoring program started. “I can see an improvement in their Sunday School work,” he said. Byrd principal James Hopkins praised the program. “It’s a great way to involve county members with our children,” he said, and said the cliché “it takes a village” applied to the way the program worked. School counselor Kathy Albert, who coordinates the girls’ program, said it gives children a chance to learn how to talk to grown ups about leadership and character. Maykayla Pannell and Ashley Athey sat down to eat their lunch with mentor Dolores Nicholson, who joined see Mentors > page 5


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Neil Burch, now in his second year as drama teacher at Goochland High School, wanted to fill the seats for this weekend’s performances of the drama department’s spring production. “I wanted to do a show well-known to the public,� he said during a break in rehearsal last week. He picked “Beauty and the Beast,� subject of a 1991 Walt Disney animated film. “Every performance should be sold out,� said Burch of his goal for the play, which stars Russell Gambino as the Beast and Sara Hardy as Belle. In the play, Belle’s father finds an enchanted castle in which a creature, once a cruel prince, now lives.

His only hope for salvation is the love of a beautiful girl. Gambino, a senior, has been part of nine or 10 productions at Goochland High School. He said this one has the best set design of any he’s been in. “I hope we can pull it all together,� he said but added confidently, “If people are looking for a good night out they’ll find it here.� Hardy, a sophomore, has appeared in “Annie� and “Grease.� “It’s a classic,� she said of the story and the popular movie. “All the little girls wanted to grow up to be a princess. “It’s going to be really fun to put on,� she said of the musical.� Gambino urged everyone to bring their youngsters to

the production. “It opens them up to the theater,� he explained. “Beauty and the Beast� will run for three performances, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

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only sport that will be attempted during the gathering. Stamey said that Arena Racing will have a collection of its cars on site for participants to see and experience and that BMX bicycle and archery demoes will also take place on site. A number of skate-themed vendors will be there to show off their wares. As of this writing, retailers such as Bakwuds Skateboards, StrangeHouse Skate Shop and Vamp Skateboards have already committed to participate. Other sponsors including Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, Dick’s Sporting Goods and Patriot Motorsports will also be on hand. In addition, the U.S. Army will bring in one of its rock walls for any attendees who are brave enough to scale it. And, best of all, the Skateboard Action Committee will provide free skating, pizza, drinks and other refreshments, but the food and beverages will be first-come, firstserved while supplies last. So, if you’re a fan of extreme sports events, the Goochland XFest should provide an unforgettable experience on Saturday afternoon. At any rate, Stamey said that skateboarding’s maintained presence in popular media

is just one of a few reasons why it continues to be a popular pastime today. “I think there are a couple of reasons for it,” Stamey said. “I think that young folks are always looking for something to do that they’re good at.” “Skateboarding is an outlet for that. Also, you have parents passing that along to their kids, just like a dad tossing a baseball to his son, and some folks skate with their kids.” “Also, the explosion of marketing and televised events, such as the X-Games on ESPN, is helping as well. You have a whole generation of people being exposed to these types of sports on a consistent basis.” For more information about the Goochland X-Fest, please visit http://www.co.goochland. us or the Department of Parks, Recreation and Facilities Facebook page.

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Grinds, kick flips and ollies are some of the astounding skateboard stunts that can be seen at the Goochland X-Fest this Saturday at 522 Skate Park, also known as Skate 522, in Goochland from 12 noon to 4 p.m. 2013 marks the sixth year that a skate-themed event will be hosted in Goochland. Director of Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities Derek Stamey explained the happening’s purpose. “The X-Fest is a celebration and an exhibition of alternative sports for the folks in Goochland County, centered around the county’s only public skate park, Skate 522,” Stamey said. “The event is designed to primarily promote skateboarding within the county, but it also adds elements of biking, rock climbing and other alternative sports.” The X-Fest is presented by the Skateboard Action Committee, Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities and the Goochland Family YMCA. Stamey said an event steering committee that includes representatives from each of the aforementioned organizations works together to host the event. About 200 people attended last year’s X-Fest and Stamey expects that number to be eclipsed this year. Competitive skating will be judged by a panel during the event, and prizes will be awarded. As Stamey explained, there will be competitions and demonstrations for various age groups and skill levels. “Skaters will be given a chance to show our judges their skills, but everyone skates away a winner,” Stamey said. And, skateboarding isn’t the

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This is the time of year that we start thinking about home repair projects put off during colder weather. On the other hand, perhaps we are frustrated that the hot water heater quit working. Even worse, we might be thinking about how old the roof is and finally make the call to get some estimates. These are the kinds of repairs that homeowners must address to keep their families and their investments safe. However, if you are struggling to put food on the table or to buy life-saving medications even the simplest preventive maintenance can become unaffordable. In fact, what may start as a small insignificant repair can quickly become a major safety hazard when the homeowner cannot afford $25 or $50 to purchase supplies. That is when Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services can help. Low-income Goochland homeowners can apply for help through the Emergency Home Repair program by calling 804-556-6260. The purpose of the program is to ensure that homes are safe to live in thereby preventing homelessness and unsafe living situations, and allowing older adults to stay in their homes. Typical home repairs include but are not limited to building wheelchair ramps, repairing roofs, plumbing problems, and unsafe holes in floors or walls. Some jobs

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require the services of professionals, but a core group of committed volunteers offer their time, tools and talent to complete many projects. Here is what one grateful program recipient had to say in a thank you card. “I would like to thank you for the work done in my kitchen, the sink, floor and door. It is very much appreciated. I can really enjoy the kitchen again. Not worrying about if I’ll fall through the floor or if something would crawl from under on me. The work-

ers did a wonderful job. Thank you.” If you are interested in putting some of your own skills to work or if you would like to learn more about this program, you are invited to join GFCFS on Friday May 10 at Noon at Grace Episcopal Church. Come and enjoy a brief presentation by one of our valued volunteers, and meet Heather Salmon, the new Housing Program Coordinator. Lunch will be provided Call Heather at 556-6260 to RSVP for lunch.

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The Goochland Farmer’s Market (GFM) will open for the season on Saturday, May 4, at Grace Episcopal Church from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Farmers and crafters will be selling their products each Saturday through October. Moe Marchetti, the GFM manager, said that a new feature of this

year’s market will be “Ask the Expert.” Each week an expert in some field will be on hand to answer questions. The first market will probably feature Dr. Bayer, a local veterinarian from the Patterson Veterinary Hospital. Subsequent markets may have experts in farming, yoga, herb gardening, cooking and other subjects suggested by market

customers. The GFM, sponsored by The Center for Rural Culture, is still taking applications for vendors. A vendor, by registering for the GFM, will also be entitled to sell at the Powhatan Farmer’s Market on Thursday afternoons in Powhatan Courthouse. Please contact Moe Marchetti at 804-955-7986 or farmersmarketgoochland@gmail.com.

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up your time on Wednesday mornings but you did,” wrote fifth-grader Felicia Ross to her mentor, Kathy Parks. In the end, it was hard to tell who benefited more from the program, the students or the adults. Rotary member and mentor Richard Carchman, whose wife Susan is also a mentor in the Byrd program, made no bones about what participation

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in the program along with her husband David, who is the pastor at Forest Grove Christian Church. Dolores said some of the girls were afraid to talk at first but that they later opened up. “It’s great to see how the girls have grown,” she said. “It helps give them confidence that they can be a leader. It uplifts me when I see the kids grow.” Pannell agreed. “We talk about being confident,” she said. “And reaching goals,” added Ashley. Calvin Hopkins said the program could also benefit older students. “We need to carry the program through to the middle school too,” he said. After everyone had enjoyed their lunch, several students took turns reading thank you letters they had written to their mentors, like the ones that so moved Schooley. “You didn’t need to give

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OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor

May 2, 2013

Some good news Bombing in Boston, budget troubles in Washington, unemployment, international dangers and uncertainties -- these are the types of things that seem to dominate the headlines these days. “If it bleeds it leads,” goes the old cliché. And it’s true; sometimes bad news seems to drive out the good. So, on the occasions when I have the chance to see something that seems truly positive and noteworthy I feel obliged and, indeed, fortunate to be able to give it good play in the Gazette. Just such an opportunity presented itself last Friday when I was invited to a celebration of the mentoring program at Byrd Elementary School. (See our story on page 1). Now in its second year, it pairs volunteer mentors from two local churches and the Goochland Rotary Club with students at the school. As noted in the article, it’s hard to tell who benefits more, the mentors or the students. But it doesn’t really matter, because it’s obvious to this observer that both benefit greatly. That’s just the kind of story that sometimes get’s short shrift in this day and age, with so much angst about. But not this week. If there is one thing I’ve grown to believe over a couple decades of reporting in the Richmond Suburban Newspapers family of community publications, it’s that

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there is a constant undercurrent of positive neighborhood-based involvement in Goochland. This also holds true in the other localities we cover and, if you ask my opinion, in just about any functioning community anywhere. Good people doing good things to make their community better places to live – that’s what it’s all about. And it’s all the time -- year in, year out. It’s useful to once in a while come right out and say it when you see this kind of voluntary contribution by people of good will. I mean, it’s hard to be as pessimistic as one might be if one only paid attention to the bad news. It could be just a matter of temperament but I like to think that the good outweighs the bad, all things considered in this world. Is the glass half full or half empty? You take your pick. But when I see folks donating their time to help others (and this mentoring program is just one example of what goes on in Goochland), it’s heartening and a great antidote to all the gloom and doomsayers one can read elsewhere. So, for this writer, as long as I get to hear and write about stories like the Byrd Elementary School mentoring program, my glass will always be more than half full. -Ken Odor

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Goochland Elementary School third-grader Blake Smith waters a dogwood tree that he, his classmates and Dominion Forester Mark Bennett planted last week at GES. Thousands of Virginia students took part in Dominion’s Project Plant It around the state last Friday on Arbor Day. At GES, students from that school were joined by Randolph Elementary School students, planting dogwoods provided by Dominion and learning about conservation and forest fire prevention. They also took part in a scavenger hunt for products made from trees.

Letters to the Editor Gun control legislation would not protect us I read and reread Mr. Odor’s editorial in this week’s paper and indeed, I also reflected on the failure of the U.S. Senate to pass even a modest bill. Though the Boston terrorists used homemade explosives to do the most damage, they also managed to kill and wound with pistols, apparently obtained illegally. Some major gun activist organizations were for this bill, because they felt that the reciprocity section made sense and that this legislation in toto was the best that was possible at this time. The legislation that failed would not have protected us against criminals or terrorists obtaining weapons. Is there anything that would? You hear about assault type weapons, often times the word type is omitted for making some dramatic point. The procedural aspects of the U.S. Senate vote foretold its failure. Ask why did Sen. Reid require a super majority vote, rather than a simple majority vote, which would have passed? What could we the citizens do? I live out in the very rural part of

the county and gun ownership is very common. I can hear semi-automatic fire on the weekends, hopefully reflecting target practice. Lately, I have also heard automatic weapon fire as have some of my neighbors. Automatic weapons are illegal. It is up to citizens to report this to authorities so that they can take action. One of my points deals with enforcement of current laws, not simply the police but the courts passing laws for the sake of doing so in a way that makes some folks feel good has never worked. In addition we have a problem in reporting and dealing with people who are truly mentally disturbed obtaining weapons. What was the basis for Virginia Tech’s or the Colorado University police’s inaction in dealing with individuals who should have been institutionalized, not just seeing a therapist? We have many important problems in this country to deal with. We just need to elect folks that are both serious and capable of enacting laws that are really enforced. Richard Carchman Columbia

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Goochland Gazette Sports Editor Charlie Leffler has taken a second place award for online video in the Virginia Press Association’s annual contest.’ Leffler’s video, “NASCAR’s Elliott Sadler takes flight at Oceana” took second place in the

category. A l to g e t h e r R i ch m o n d Suburban Newspapers, parent company of the Goochland Gazette, won seven awards in the 2012 Virginia Press Association Contest. Leffler and Advertising Sales Representative Tom Haynie, each captured first place honors for Page Design (Sports) and Member Self-Promotion Black and White (Help Me Make Bail), respectively in The Mechanicsville Local. Leffler also won a third place in the Online Video cat-

egory (Richmond International Raceway) for The Local. Former Powhatan Today Reporter Emily Darrell garnered a first place win for Feature Writing (A record of sticks/The gang’s all here/Magic Man). Additional Advertising awards went to: Sarah Oswald Suttles and Robyn Liss, who shared a second place in Professional/ Technology Services Black and White (Hanover Your Pet/Groom and Board). Haynie, Suttles, Anne Arnston and Baxton Baylor joined in

winning a third place award in Multiple Advertisers and Themed Pages Color (Memorial Day Page). “We are very proud of the accomplishments and successes of our staff,” RSN Publisher Joy Monopoli said. “These awards are a tribute to their hard work and dedication to our readers and business community. “ “It is with great pleasure that we congratulate them for their winning efforts and how they represent us each and every day,” she added.

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Goochland County Public Schools in coordination with Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities is proud to present the 2013 Arts Festival to be held in the Goochland High School Complex. The festival will kick off on Friday, May 3 at 7 p.m. with the opening night of Beauty and the Beast. On Saturday May 4, the Community Wide Art Show featuring student and community artists’ work for sale will take place, as well as performances from

the school choirs and bands from noon until 5 p.m, followed by the Beauty and the Beast performance at 7 p.m. The festival will conclude Sunday, May 5 with the final performance of Beauty and the Beast at 2:30p.m. For questions regarding the festival, please contact Ann Rohrer at arohrer@glnd. k12.va.us or Neil Burch at nburch@glnd.k12.va.us . For questions regarding the Community Wide Art Show, please contact Jessica Hewitt at jhewitt@ co.goochland.va.us or 5565854.

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• Tonya Price, associate specialist for 4-H youth development • Glenda Snyder, senior Extension agent emerita Since 1994, Virginia 4-H has provided CHARACTER COUNTS! training and support for schools and communities statewide and other in states. The character education program was developed by the Josephson Institute of Ethics and incorporates six pillars of character into positive decision making. In 2004, Snyder was invited to Joinville, Santa Catarina, Brazil, by the Partners of the Americas to train school personnel to implement the program. According to a study in 2005, the violence index in Brazilian schools was very high and had been growing at an uncontrollable rate. Snyder and a principal trained 80 school and community repre-

sentatives, and CHARACTER COUNTS! was implemented as a pilot program in local schools. Officials reported positive results such as improved student behavior, a decrease in violence, more respectful behavior, and an increase in the number of parents volunteering. For the past eight years, in-depth training sessions have been conducted by Snyder and members of the Extension team for more than 1,000 teachers, principals, and community leaders, impacting 70,000 students annually. The work has expanded to include a Brazil-Virginia Teachers’ Exchange, trainings in additional locations in Brazil, and an agreement with Virginia Tech and the University of Santa Catarina for a student-faculty exchange for academics, extension, and research. Through the work

of the Joinville and Virginia Rotary clubs, a $42,000 international matching grant was received to support the efforts. “Virginia 4-H faculty have developed sustained, highly effective partnerships in Brazil which have enabled them to train teachers and other community leaders working with youth, positively impacting the character education of thousands,” said Cathy Sutphin, associate director of 4-H youth development. “Partners on each side have a deeper cultural understanding and through continued interaction have expanded programming to include a teacher exchange, and an exchange between judicial judges in each country. Our faculty members describe their work in Brazil as life changing.”

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Members of the Goochland Chamber of Commerce surround Dr. Sarah C. Wilmer, DDS, seated, wielding the golden scissors, last week at the ribbon cutting at her new office at 27 Briggs Drive in Manakin-Sabot. Dr. Wilmer purchased the dental practice of retiring doctor Leslie S. Taylor, DDS in February. She comes to the Goochland area after working as an associate dentist in Southside Richmond. A graduate of Hollins University and the MCV School of Dentistry, she has lived in the Richmond area for nearly eight years. Following in the footsteps of her grandfather and uncle, she is finally achieving her dream of owning her own dental practice. She has a passion for comprehensive patient care and high quality dentistry, educating patients, and working to increase confidence and brighten smiles. Stop by her office any time to meet her and welcome her to our community. She can be reached at 784-2386.

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May is older Americans Month Contributed Report

Since 1963, May has been designated as Older Americans Month – a time to honor, recognize and celebrate the enormous contributions of older Americans. The theme of this year’s celebration focuses on the tremendous “power of age,.” Older Americans Month is a great opportunity to express appreciation and support of our seniors as they continue to enrich and strengthen our communities. In the Older Americans Month issue of Mature Life, contributions of several volunteers are highlighted. These volunteers enhance the quality of life for others. To view, please visit our website at www.seniorconnections-va.org and click on “Publications.” In addition, during the month of May, Senior Connections:

May 9 to sponsor the Richmond Chapter of the National Caucus and Center for Black Aged, Inc.’s (NCBA) 30th Annual Seniors Luncheon. The event will be held at Second Baptist Church, 3300 Broad Rock Boulevard at 11:00 a.m. Please call (804) 231-9306 for additional information.

2. Celebrates 40 Years Of Service to Seniors! An Open House and Anniversary Celebration will be held Tuesday, May 21, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Agency at 24 E. Cary St., downtown Richmond. There will be an opportunity to tour the building and talk with staff to learn about essential programs and services for older adults, persons with disabilities and caregivers. Light refreshments will be provided. No RSVP is required. For more information, please call Martina James, Community Relations Manager 1. Will partner with other at (804) 343-3023 or email her organizations on Thursday, at mjames@youraaa.org


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Goochland Democrats meet at Bella Sicilia Contributed Report

The Goochland Democratic Committee met Thursday evening at Bella Sicilia Italian Restaurant. They heard from representatives of most of the 2013 state and local candidates, including Va. State Senator Donald McEachin, who spoke on behalf of fellow Va. State Senator Mark Herring’s campaign for Attorney General. Herring will face Justin Fairfax in the Democratic Primary on June 11. The GDC’s own William Quarles, former Chairman of the Goochland Board of Supervisors, updated the committee on his campaign for House of Delegates 65th District, against GOP incumbent Lee Ware. At left, McEachin talks with Goochland Democratic Party Chair Molly Payne, right and others at the Thursday evening meeting.

Tea Party hosts GOP Lt. Governor candidates More candidates coming May 6 Contributed Report

The Goochland Tea Party hosted the Republican candidates for Lt. Governor last Thursday. Six of the seven candidates, or a representative, gave a brief statement and then answered questions. Most of those attending are delegates to the upcoming Republican Convention and were impressed by the number of quality candidates in this race. The Tea Party has already hosted Mark Obenshain, one of the Republican candidates

for Attorney General, and is having Rob Bell, the other Attorney General candidate, here next Monday. The Republican Party is holding a convention in Richmond on May 17 and 18. The Democratic Primary is on Jun 11. The party will hold their next general meeting at 7 p.m. at 2955 River Rd. West in Goochland. Guest speakers include Del. Rob Bell (Republican Candidate for Attorney General) Del. Lee Ware (65th District) and Del. Peter Farrell (56th District). Topics will include campaign for Attorney General and addressing constituent questions and concerns.

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Friday, May 3-5 Goochland County Public Schools in coordination with Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities is proud to present the 2013 Arts Festival to be held in the Goochland High School Complex. The festival will kick off on Friday, May 3 at 7 p.m. with the opening night of Beauty and the Beast. On Saturday May 4, the Community Wide Art Show featuring student and community artists’ work for

FISH DAY! Hebron Day School, a Christian preschool located in ManakinSabot, is now enrolling students for 2013-2014. Hebron Day School serves children ages two through five with 2-day, 3-day and 4-day classes which are theme-based and Christ-centered. Teachers work together to plan activities designed to meet students’ needs in the areas of science, math, reading, music, art, home living, and Bible stories. We offer after-school classes, evening programs, and holiday parties throughout the year.

Hebron Day School provides a loving and nurturing environment, has the best child to teacher ratio available, and has child-initiated center time. For more information, or to arrange a visit to the school at 1040 Shallow Well Road, please call the Director, Shirley Bonovitch, at (804) 784-3950.

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sale will take place, as well as performances from the school choirs and bands from noon until 5 p.m, followed by the Beauty and the Beast performance at 7 p.m. The festival will conclude Sunday, May 5 with the final performance of Beauty and the Beast at 2:30p. m. For questions regarding the festival, please contact Ann Rohrer at arohrer@glnd.k12. va.us or Neil Burch at nburch@ glnd.k12.va.us . For questions regarding the Community Wide Art Show, please contact Jessica Hewitt at jhewitt@co.goochland.va.us or 556-5854.

Saturday, May 4 We are collecting donations at the firehouse on Saturday May 4 and Saturday June 1 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. for the Hadensville Fire & Rescue Company #6 Auxiliary’s second annual yard sale Saturday scheduled for Oct. 6. We appreciate all donations with the exceptions of clothing. Free community event! Goochland X-Fest: Celebrating Go Skateboarding Day will be held on Saturday, May 4 from 12pm to 4pm at the 522 Skate Park (at the Goochland Sports Complex at 1800 Sandy Hook Road). The sixth annual event will offer skateboarding contests for all age groups with prizes from Bogeys Sports Park, Blue Ridge Mountain Sports, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Patriot Motorsports, StrangeHouse Skate Shop, Vamp Skateboards, Bakwuds Skateboards and more. Check out other extreme sports such as archery, BMX, and arena racing. Free pizza and refreshments! In partnership with Skateboard Action Committee; Goochland Parks, Recreation and Facilities; and Goochland Family YMCA. For more information, please call (804) 556-5854 or visit www.co.goochland.va.us.

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Topics will include campaign Perkins Baptist Church for Attorney General and Women on Missions will have addressing constituent quesa yard sale from 8 a.m. till noon tions and concerns. at Darvin Satterwhite’s office in Wednesday, May 8 Goochland. Proceeds will be used to minister to members Toddler Storytimes begins of our community. at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Mt. Gilead Purple Hearts Branch Library, 3075 River Relay Team Bingo Party begins Road West. For age 2 years old at 7 p.m. at the Hadensville with an adult. For more inforVolunteer Fire Department. mation call 804-556-4774. Hot dogs and drinks will Thursday May 9 be available for purchase. A $10.00 donation will benefit Preschool Storytime begins American Cancer Society. For more information call 1-434- at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library, 3075 River 589-8552. Road West. For ages 3 to ECW Bake Sale - Check out 5 years old. Mother Goose your favorite baked goodies from Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. some of the best home cooks in for ages 6 to 24 months with Goochland. Take home a treat adult. For more information for yourself or for the family! call 804-556-4774. Proceeds of these sales support Saturday, May 11 ECW and Grace Episcopal Church’s numerous commuShady Grove Baptist Church nity outreach programs. Grace Episcopal Church has been Men’s Fellowship presents the doing God’s Work in Goochland 3rd Annual Car Show, Fish Fry since 1876 and is located in the begins 10 a.m. and Yard sale heart of Goochland Courthouse which begins at 7 a.m. at 3384 area at 2955 River Road West. Oakland Church Road., Gum For more information about the Spring, Va. For more inforchurch, its services, and commu- mation call 804-556-3453 or nity outreach, please visit www. email: infor@shadygrovebc. gracechurchgoochland.org.Also com. find Grace Church Goochland ECW “Another Person’s on Facebook. Treasures” Sale - Search for that Hadensville Company 6 unique one-of-a-kind item or Auxiliary second annual yard add to your collection. Have sale will be held October 6 at fun browsing through another’s the firehouse in Hadensville. treasures! Proceeds of these Collections are being taken the sales support ECW and Grace first Saturday of the months Episcopal Church’s numerous of May and June from 9 a.m. community outreach programs. Grace Episcopal Church has been to 1 p.m. doing God’s Work in Goochland Monday, May 6 since 1876 and is located in the heart of Goochland Courthouse The Goochland Tea Party area at 2955 River Road West. will be holding their next gen- For more information about the eral meeting at 7 p.m. at 2955 church, its services, and commuRiver Rd. West in Goochland. nity outreach, please visit www. Guest speakers include Del. Rob gracechurchgoochland.org.Also Bell (Republican Candidate for find Grace Church Goochland Attorney General) Del. Lee on Facebook. Ware (65th District) and Del. Peter Farrell (56th District). see Calendar > page 19


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Robert Baptist “Bob” Edgewor th, 74, of Richmond, passed away on Friday, April 19, 2013. He was preceded in Edgeworth death by his parents, O.P. and Dorothy B. Edgeworth; and his brother, O. Perry Edgeworth. He is survived by his wife, Wanda Edgeworth; son, Robert Lovell Edgeworth; daughters, Barbara Hutcherson and husband, Bobby, and Sandra Lux and husband, Billy; two grandchildren, Nathan and Jackie. Bob was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Lakeside Aerie #4211, Richmond, Va., where he served as treasurer from 2006 to 2012. A memorial service was held April 27, 2013 at Faith Baptist Church, 3395 River Road West, Goochland, Va. 23063. A reception followed at the church. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to a char-

ity of your choice or to Faith 2013 at the Woody Funeral Baptist Church. Home, 1771 N. Parham Rd., Richmond. The funeral service was at the funeral Roberts home April 27, 2013 with an interment that followed Timothy Paul Roberts, 38, at Greenwood Memorial passed away Cemetery. on Sunday, Harris April 21, 2013. He was Rebecca Lynn Chappelear the beloved Harris, 46, son of James passed away W. Roberts Roberts on Sunday, and Georgia April 21, Rae Roberts, She born on July 21, 1974 in 2013. born Charlottesville, Va. Timothy was belonged to the Louisa on February Harris Hunt Club. He attended 25, 1967 in Faith Baptist Church and B l u e f i e l d , worked for the Richmond W.Va., to Janice Chappelear Country Club. Timothy and Nicowski and the late Larry his beloved partner, Rebecca Chappelear. A Goochland Lynn Chappelear Harris, died High School graduate, in an automobile accident Rebecca received the top in Goochland, Va. He is sur- student nurse award and vived by his parents; and his completed nursing trainloving daughter, Emily Rae ing at J. Sargeant Reynolds College. Roberts; his uncles, William Community Roberts of Louisa, Va., Lee Throughout her nursing Roy Taylor of Goochland, Va., career, Rebecca served in and Jerry Dean Taylor, also Richmond at Retreat Hospital from Goochland. The fam- and in Goochland at the ily received friends April 26, Meadows Nursing Home. She

May 20 is registration deadline for June 11 Democratic primary Contributed Report

In order to be eligible to vote in the Democratic primary election to be held on Tuesday, June 11, 2013, you must register no later than 4:30 p.m. on May 20, 2013. The Constitution of Virginia requires that you be registered in the precinct in which you live in order to be qualified.

The office at 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Goochland, Virginia, will be open Saturday, June 8 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the convenience of registered voters who need to vote by absentee ballot for this election date. June 8 at 5 p.m. is the last day for this election on which qualified applicants may vote absentee ballots in person.

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also served as a private nurse, and most recently, as a staff nurse for the Commonwealth of Virginia Department of Correction. Rebecca and her beloved partner, Timothy Paul Roberts, died in an automobile accident near Richmond, Va. She is survived by her mother, Janice; her loving son, Brandon Harris; her brothers, Alex, Adam and Casey Chappelear; aunt, Cheryl Morrison of Danville, Va.; and a very special friend, Darlene Duffy of Goochland, Va. The family received friends April 26, 2013 at the Woody Funeral Home, 1771 N. Parham Rd., Richmond. The funeral service was at the funeral home April 27, 2013 with an interment that followed at Greenwood Memorial Cemetery.

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Cougars claw past undefeated Bulldogs 7-1 By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

In his 21 years as Collegiate’s girl’s soccer coach, Bill Rider has learned placing the right player in the right spot at the right time can make all the difference. That experienced philosophy paid off big last Thursday for the Cougars (8-61) in a 7-1 win over previously undefeated Goochland. Collegiate left-winger Jennie Sroba moved to the left wing at her coach’s urging only weeks ago. The senior reinforced Rider’s wisdom with a stellar performance scoring four goals in the victory. “We’ve been trying to find the right place for Jennie this season, so we moved her to left wing thinking we’d find her some more space,” Rider said. “She made that look like a pretty good decision.” The multi-goal performance came as a surprise to

Sroba. “This is the first time for me, so it’s pretty exciting,” she said. “My teammates passed the ball well and it finally started to click for me to get out on the corner and take those shots.” The coach said the team was mentally prepared for a Bulldog squad boasting an undefeated record. “We knew we were facing a tough team when we got here and the girls came out and responded. I credit my girls. They knew this was a good team and they would have to play well and they did.” The Cougars scored early and often as two of Sroba’s goals came in the first half. For Goochland, the Cougars made it a frustrating game that never allowed the Bulldogs to gain momentum or rhythm. “They are fast and good and controlled the ball against us today,” said Coach Tom Reid. “It was a wake up call for us. We didn’t play as well as we’re capa-

ble and the girls got frustrated with their defensive effort.” Reid said that the loss lets the team know “we’re not as good as we thought.” The coach expects his team will respond positively to the loss and renew their winning ways. “We plan to put this train right back on the track,” he said. On Monday, Goochland bounced back with a vengeance, storming past Nottoway 14-0. Collegiate.............................. 3 4 — 7 Goochland............................ 0 1 — 1 C: Sullivan 2, Hawthorne 2, Sroba 2, Wittman; G: McCann Saves: Short (G) 6; Failon (C) 5 Records: Collegiate 8-6-1; Goochland 8-1-1 Nottoway............................. 0 0 — 0 Goochland.......................... 9 5 — 14 G: Alvis 3, McCann 3, J. Liddle 2, Cleveland 2, Herrmann, Young, Moore, own goal Saves: Armistead (N) 10; Short Photo by Jim Ridolphi (G) 0 Goochland defender Hannah Herrmann (10) attempts to stall Collegiate’s Sydney Stein in first Records: Goochland 9-1-1, 6-0 half action. The Cougars handed Goochland their first loss of the season 7-1. James River; Nottoway 2-6-1, 1-4-1

NASCAR’s Ryan Reed drives against diabetes By Dave Lawrence Special Correspondent

From the time he was four, Ryan Reed knew he wanted to be a professional race car driver. However, when he was 17, he was told he would have to give his dream up. Two years later, the 19-yearold is instead climbing the NASCAR ladder, competing in the Nationwide Series as a driver for Rousch Fenway Racing. In early 2011, Reed left his family in Bakersfield, Calif. to immerse himself in the racing environment of North Carolina. Soon afterward he began feeling unwell. The youth, skinny enough as it was, suddenly began to lose a lot of weight. He was thirsty all the time, even as he had to urinate a lot.

Returning to California, his father, Mark noted his weight loss and thought he should see a doctor. The diagnosis: Type I diabetes. Even worse, his doctor told him he would not be able to race at the professional level. She felt it would be impossible for him to monitor and treat his blood glucose levels in the car. “It was rough. It was definitely devastating,” Reed said. “I think the most devastating part was being told I couldn’t pursue my dream anymore. That was the hardest part for me to understand.” The dangers are not insignificant. “There’s a risk going on a low or a high [blood glucose level],” Ryan said. “If I were to go on a low and – worst-case scenario – pass out and not have control of my race car.

Then you’re in a 800-horsepower machine with 42 other guys around you, there’s definitely some concerns.” With a lot of support from his family, including his mother, Karla, Reed did not waste a lot of time understanding he would have to quit racing, however. “My family was awesome through the whole thing – super supportive,” Reed said “It was a trying time, to try and figure out how to make things work out and live with the disease, and also to not give up on what I worked on for so many years.” Instead of giving up, Reed went back to California and hit the Internet, searching for “diabetes” and “motorsports.” The search paid off. He learned about Charlie Kimball, an see REED, pg. 16 `

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Nineteen-year-old NASCAR driver Ryan Reed overcame the obstacle of Type I diabetes to make his Nationwide debut at Richmond International Raceway on Friday night. There are several ways Reed compensates for his disease including the worse-case scenario of needing an insulin injection during a race, when a designated crew member would use an EpiPen-type devise to quickly inject Reed via the target on his leg (above) during a pit stop.


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Rivalry lives up to billing between Cougars and Saints By Arthur Utley Special Correspondent

Dull is one adjective that would never be used to describe a softball game between League of Independent Schools rivals Collegiate and St. Catherine’s. Exciting and intense are time-tested descriptors, even if the softball isn’t always pretty. Last Thursday’s meeting between the Cougars and Saints at St. Catherine’s was typical. St. Catherine’s won 7-4, its second victory over the Cougars this season, but not until Collegiate managed to score just two runs from bases loaded with no out situations in the sixth and seventh innings. “You always feel threatened by them. You never feel like you can get comfortable because they can always come back at any time,” St. Catherine’s coach Tara DiGiacomo said. Only once did a team (Collegiate) go three up and three down in an inning (top of the third). Extra outs, the bane of teams everywhere, were plentiful. St. Catherine’s committed five errors, and Collegiate four. Free passes didn’t help either. Saints hurler Molly Phillips walked seven Cougars, including Rachel Barbieri three times. Collegiate starter Katie McCauley allowed three walks. The Cougars opened the scoring with two outs in the first on a walk, a passed ball, an error and infield hit by Emily Shinn. A walk, groundout and two passed balls helped the Cougars score their second run in the second inning before Phillips settled in. “With Molly, you are going to get some opportunities, it’s what you do with them,” Collegiate coach Robby Turner said. “She pitches really well when you give her a lead. They did a good job of getting that for her. We had to play from behind, and that’s tough.” The Saints responded with

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Collegiate’s Katie McCauley (7) gets out with a short infield pop while Emily Shinn (2) goes down hard but just gets back to first base to save the double play.

a run in the first after leadoff batter Anne Szymendera walked and Caroline Vath followed with the first of her three singles. Szymendera scored on an error in the outfield. St. Catherine’s added two runs in the bottom of the second with the first coming because of one of those extra outs. Second-team All-Metro catcher Mallory Knighton of Collegiate lost concentration and dropped a foul pop off the bat of Lale Herguner, who then stroked a double to left center to drive in Kristina Caesar who had walked. Vath drove in Herguner with a single. Meanwhile, Knighton was responsible for all three Saints outs by catching three popups. The Saints scored once in the third and three times in the fourth when eight batters came to the plate. They had nine hits against McCauley, who gave way to Shinn after a walk in the bottom of the fifth. “We definitely put our bats on the ball all day,” DiGiacomo said. “That’s what we need to do to move the runners. They did a

out. Szymendera dropped Madison Burfeind’s soft liner to second and a run scored, but Szymendera recovered and threw Burfeind out before the rally ended on Knighton’s fly out to center. Collegiate loaded the bases again in the top of the seventh on two errors and a fielder’s choice that produced a run and no out, but a Saints double play engineered by Szymendera and a ground out to first ended the game. “We got some runners on base and didn’t get them in,” Turner said. “I think we were one hit away from breaking something open. If we knock a few of them in, it changes things.” Chriscoe and her Saints teammates expected nothing less from their rivals. “Collegiate’s always our big opponent, and it’s a big deal to us,” Chriscoe said. “It was really intense. They never give up. That’s the thing about Collegiate so you have to stay on them the whole game.”

great job with that.” St. Catherine’s was coming off an LIS loss to Covenant, a team the Cougars had just beaten. “Covenant was a little bit of a surprise, but we play them again, and that’s another good game for [where we wind up] in the LIS,” said St. Catherine’s senior Alex Chriscoe, who sin-

gled to drive home the Saints last run. “[The LIS] is all up in the air right now.” DiGiacomo calls the LIS standings “a mess.” Turner, who is looking ahead to the league tournament, said: “I think the LIS this year is such that anybody on any given day can beat another team. You have to bring your “A”

game because you aren’t going to coast by anybody.” St. Catherine’s led the Cougars 7-2 going into the top of the sixth, but Phillips, who had been in control, walked the first two batters and gave up a single to Ellie Fleming to load the bases. Gabby Gelozin hit a bouncer back to Phillips who threw home for the force

Collegiate.............. 110 001 1 – 4 6 4 St. Catherine’s....... 121 300 x – 7 9 5 McCauley, Shinn (5) and Knighton; Phillips and Crook. Records: Collegiate 7-8, 5-3 LIS; St. Catherine’s 9-4, 5-2

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the track, Peters has helped a number of other elite athletes, such as Olympic gold medalist swimmer Gary Hall. “She asked me how serious I was and how bad I wanted this,” Reed said. “I told her how badly I wanted it and she was all over it. She was on board and it was probably three or four months after that I was back in a race car.” Reed trains like an elite athlete. His regimen consists of intense exercise; a healthy diet, consisting primarily of chicken breast, whole wheat pasta, fruit and vegetables; and daily monitoring of his blood glucose levels. But that’s not all. On the

track, Reed uses a continuous glucose monitor that transmits his blood glucose level to a digital display on his dashboard. If his glucose concentration gets too high or too low, the display flashes an alert. In the case of an alert, Reed pulls in for a pit stop, and a designated member of the crew uses an EpiPen-like device to deliver an insulin injection to Reed’s left thigh. The injection site is indicated with a yellow, red and white target patch on his fire suit. It allows Reed to continue chasing his dream. On Friday night, Reed made his NASCAR Nationwide debut in the ToyotaCare 250

at Richmond International Raceway. Like his young life, Reed saw highs and lows throughout the race. After starting 15th, Reed worked his way up through the pack. He pitted three times under caution and lost positions when he was blocked into his pit stall. Still Reed did not give up, battling back to rise as high as sixth and finished 16th, but made 31 green flag passes over the course of the race. “There’s a lot of [NASCAR] infrastructure in place to make sure that everyone is safe,” Reed said. “For NASCAR to clear me, it means a lot. It means that me and my doctor are doing a good job.”

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IndyCar driver who in 2007 was diagnosed with Type I diabetes—in which the body cannot produce insulin. More important, he learned of Kimball’s physician, Dr. Anne Peters of the University of Southern California’s Clinical Diabetes Program. “My dad called and got me in to see her,” Reed said. “She was a glimmer of hope. She was everything I needed at the time.” In addition to getting Kimball—the first licensed driver with diabetes in the history of IndyCar—back on


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The Community Calendar is a free service of The Goochland Gazette. This space is only for non-profit special events and service organizations in the county. To submit a notice, include only name, event, date, time, location and purpose. Also, include a contact name and phone number. Limit items to 75 words or less. Deliver notices: e-mail (jodor@goochlandgazette.com), Mail (6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111), Fax, (730-0476) clearly marked Community Calendar. For information, call 746-1235 Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deadline is Fri. 3 p.m.

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Wednesday May 15 Pirate & Princess Party begins at 7 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Celebrate Children’s Book Week and dress up as your favorite pirate, prince, or princess. Enjoy fun, crafts and refreshments provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. Don’t forget to pick up your free children’s book at your local branch library today. Call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West for more information.

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Saturday, May 18

Byrd Presbyterian Church Spaghetti Dinner is from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Church, 2229 Dogtown Road. Dinner includes spaghetti with meatballs, salad, bread and beverage. There will also be a bake sale, featuring tasty deserts and a Silent Auction offering a wide selection of items. Plan now to attend this family event. Tickets are $8.00, and may be purchased in advance from church members, or by telephone at 363-0466. Takeout orders may also be purchased.

The Historic Jackson Blacksmith Shop‘s 18th Annual Event & Open House Saturday May 18, 2013 at 2:00p.m. on the site grounds at 2558 Blacksmith Shop Road. Artist Showcase including Comedian Wendy Lee, Gospel Rap Artist Ty Berkeley, and Anointed Praise dance Ministry. Also prize baskets, Flag raising by Scouts of America, Tours of The Historic Blacksmith Shop (immediately after the program),games and other activities. This year’s program coordinated by Lechele Jackson. For information call 804 556-4309.

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ECW Book Sale - From cookbooks to mysteries, get your summer reading started early! Proceeds of these sales support ECW and Grace Episcopal Church’s numerous community outreach programs. Grace Episcopal Church has been doing God’s Work in Goochland since 1876 and is located in the heart of Goochland Courthouse area at 2955 River Road West. For more information about the church, its services, and community outreach, please visit www.gracechurchgoochland. org.Also find Grace Church Goochland on Facebook.

Saturday, May 25 ECW Arts & Crafts Sale Handmade soaps, knitted items, and more! Proceeds of these sales support ECW and Grace Episcopal Church’s numerous community outreach programs. Grace Episcopal Church has been doing God’s Work in Goochland since 1876 and is located in the heart of Goochland Courthouse area at 2955 River Road West. For more information about the church, its services, and community outreach, please visit www. gracechurchgoochland.org.Also find Grace Church Goochland on Facebook.

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PURPOSE OF NOTICE: To seek public comment on a draft permit from the Department of Environmental Quality that will allow the release of treated wastewater into a water body in Goochland County, Virginia. PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: May 2, 2013 to 11:59 p.m. on June 3, 2013 PERMIT NAME: Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit -Wastewater issued by DEQ, under the authority of the State Water Control Board APPLICANT NAME, ADDRESS AND PERMIT NUMBER: James River Correctional Center Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP); 1954 State Farm Road, State Farm, VA 23160; VA0020681 PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The Virginia Department of Corrections has applied for reissuance of a permit for the public James River Correctional Center WWTP. The applicant proposes to release treated sewage wastewaters at a rate of 0.216 million gallons per day into a water body. The sludge will be pumped and hauled to a permitted treatment facility. The facility proposes to release the treated sewage wastewater in the James River in Goochland County in the James River watershed. A watershed is the land area drained by a river and its incoming streams. The permit will limit the following pollutants to amounts that protect water quality: organic matter, nutrients and solids. HOW TO COMMENT AND/OR REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING: DEQ accepts comments and requests for public hearing by hand delivery, e-mail, fax or postal mail. All comments and requests must be in writing and be received by DEQ during the comment period. Submittals must include the names, mailing addresses and telephone numbers of the commenter/requester and of all persons represented by the commenter/requester. A request for public hearing must also include: 1) The reason why a public hearing is requested. 2) A brief, informal statement regarding the nature and extent of the interest of the requester or of those represented by the requester, including how and to what extent such interest would be directly and adversely affected by the permit. 3) Specific references, where possible, to terms and conditions of the permit with suggested revisions. A public hearing may be held, including another comment period, if public response is significant, based on individual requests for a public hearing, and there are substantial, disputed issues relevant to the permit. CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Emilee Adamson; Piedmont Regional Office, 4949A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060; Phone: 804/5275072; E-mail: emilee.adamson@deq.virginia.gov; Fax: 804/527-5106. The public may review the draft permit and application at the DEQ office named above by appointment or may request copies of the documents from the contact person listed above.

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NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 2597 Davis Mill Road, Goochland, VA 23063

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VAR-2013-00001: Application for appeal filed by Andrew Thexton, James E. Harris, Jr., Delano Richardson and Berlene Richardson with the Goochland County Board of Zoning Appeals. The applicants are requesting an appeal of the January 29, 2013 decision of the Plan of Development Administrator approving the Plan of Development submitted by the Benedictine Society of Virginia (“Benedictine”). The Plan of Development relates to the use of Benedictine’s property located at 12829 River Road as a high school and was submitted by Benedictine. The subject property is identified as Assessor’s Parcel No. 66-1-0-2-0 (GPIN # 7723-26-0038) and consists of 49.839 ± acres in the Dover Magisterial District. A portion of the subject property is zoned R-1 (Residential, Limited) and a larger portion of the property is zoned A2, for which the use of the property for a school required a Conditional Use Permit by Special Exception. The Comprehensive Plan shows this area as appropriate for Recreation/Open Space. The above application may be viewed in the Community Development Office Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request TDD 711 (Virginia Relay). E-mail address: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us

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THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY BOARD OF ZONING APPEALS WILL CONDUCT AN APPEALS HEARING ON MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013 AT 3:00 P.M. IN THE BOARD MEETING ROOM IN THE COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 1800 SANDY HOOK ROAD GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA ON THE FOLLOWING:

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Rosenberg & Associates, LLC (Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750 Bethesda, Maryland 20814 301-907-8000 www.rosenberg-assoc.com

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By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated July 23, 2004, and recorded at Instrument Number 040004026 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Goochland, VA, securing a loan which was originally $50,000.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court for Goochland, Virginia, 2938 River Road West, Goochland, VA 23063 on: May 20, 2013 at 2:15 PM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with all the improvements thereon, and appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being in Byrd District, Goochland County, Virginia, on the southern side of Route 608, and shown and designated as "Parcel A, " containing 2.05 acres, more or less, on that certain plat of survey prepared by Landmark Surveyors, Inc., Engineers, Surveyors, Planners, entitled "Plat Showing Survey for Michael Allen, Byrd District, Goochland County, Virginia", dated November 9, 1984, a copy of which plat is recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, in Deed Book 190, page 670, reference to which plat is hereby made for a more particular description of the land. BEING the same real estate conveyed to Keith H. Waldrop and Amy W. Waldrop, husband and wife, as tenants by the entirety with the right of survivorship as at common law, by deed from Janice S. Whitmer, f/kJa Janice S. Allen, married, dated November 10, 2000, and recorded November 13, 2000, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, in Deed Book 446, page 604 ., and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold subject to a 120 day right of redemption by the Internal Revenue Service. The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $5,000.00, or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Substitute Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including water/sewer charges, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $445.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

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View this meeting “live” at 3 & 7 p.m. at www.livestream.com/goochlandcounty *Audio amplification headphones are available upon request

GOOCHLAND COUNTY

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 1800 SANDY HOOK RD. GOOCHLAND, VA 23063

DATE: MAY 7, 2013

AGENDA BOARD MEETING ROOM

TIME: 3:00 P.M.

3:00 P.M. • INVOCATION: Pastor Bill Jarrell, West End Community Nazarene • PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

7:00 P.M.

1. Citizens’ Comment Period

19. Resolution of Recognition for Connie Reid for Induction into the Goochland County Parks and Recreation Wall of Fame

2.Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation 3.Approval of Minutes: March 5 and April 8, 2013 4.County Administrator’s Comments 5.Reports a.Economic Development Update b.Community Development Update c.VDOT d.Planning Commission Activity 6.New Business • Consent Items a.Accounts Payable 8.Authorization for County Administrator to Execute an Architect and Engineering Services Contract for the Design of a New Emergency Operations Center 9.Authorization for County Administrator to Execute a Memorandum of Understanding between Goochland County and Weed Whackers Landscaping and Lawn Care, LLC for Improvements at the Goochland Sports Complex 10. Consideration to Adjust Employment Agreements of the County Administrator and County Attorney 11. There are no Tentative Referrals to the Planning Commission for Public Hearing on June 6, 2013 12. Zoning Applications and Ordinance Amendments Scheduled for Public Hearing by the Planning Commission on May 2, 2013 13. Appointments 14. Closed Meeting & Certification: None (Move to Board Executive Conference Room to continue meeting) 15. Recommendations Regarding the County’s 20142019 Secondary Six Year Plan (SSYP FY14-19) 16. Discussion and Direction Regarding Available Richmond Area Federal Grant Funds 2970933-01

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

17. Dinner - The Board of Supervisors will have dinner with the Parks and Recreation Department and Recreation Advisory Commission – Wall of Fame Induction and dinner at 6:00 p.m. in the Goochland Sports Complex Gym.

18. Chairman Calls Meeting Back To Order

20. Proclamation Recognizing May 2013 as Older Americans Month 21. Citizens’ Comment Period 22. Public Hearings a.District 3 - Conditional Use Permit Application Filed by Alvin Smith to Continue to Operate a Gunsmith Shop with an Outdoor Gun Range at 2590 Fairground Road

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b.District 4 - Rezoning Application Filed by Lynn Siewers and Ken O’Dell to Rezone from A-2 District (Agricultural, Limited) to R-R District (Residential, Rural) One Lot in Granite Trace Subdivision along Granite Trace Lane

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c.District 4 - Conditional Use Permit Application Filed by R.C. Hilltop, LLC and Rockville-Centerville Steam & Gas Historical Association to Continue to Operate Field Day of the Past and Other Activities at 1741 Ashland Road

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d.Consideration Of Zoning Ordinance Amendments To Amend Article 21, Division 5, Section 18 (“Plan Of Development”) Of The Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A To The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances) And Article 8 (“Procedures For Plat Preparation And Approval For All Major Subdivisions”), Sections 2 (“Tentative Plat”) And 3 (“Final Plat”) Of The Goochland County Subdivisions Ordinance (Appendix B To The Goochland County Code Of Ordinances) To Revise Certain Sections Related To Plan Of Development, Tentative Plat And Final Plat Appeals And Approvals To Comply With State Law 23. Other Business 24. The Board of Supervisors will adjourn to Tuesday, June 4th, 3:00 p.m. This is a draft agenda and is subject to change

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