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STEM Camp soars for a second year By Ken Odor Special Correspondent

Swoosh! Swoosh! Swoosh! That sound delighted dozens of third, fourth and fifth graders at Goochland Middle School last Thursday as they launched their rockets from the parking lot behind the Goochland High School/Middle School complex as part of the second Goochland summer STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Camp. A line of youngsters waited patiently about 50 yards behind the “launching pad,” under the supervision of county teachers and volunteers as three students at a time watched their mis-

siles soar skyward. Teachers and volunteers helped each student prepare their rockets for launch on the firing line when their turn came. While most of the students seemed to agree that the rocket launching was the most exciting part of STEM Camp so far, they had learned other things as well during the weeklong event. For instance, according to Randolph Elementary School fifth grader Jane Norman, vegetables can generate electricity. “A potato can power a clock,” she declared, while waiting to launch her rocket. Norman, 9, said the students tested a variety of fruits and vegetables, see STEM > page 4

Board tweaks truancy policy By Ben Orcutt Staff Writer

raised by those opposed to the move. “Change is hard for everybody,” said Patton, acknowledging the tradition that anchored the school in Richmond for so many years. “I understand the tradition of downtown,” she said.

In an effort to help students stay in school, the Goochland County School Board has tweaked its truancy policy. Members voted unanimously on Tuesday, June 25, on the first reading to make an effort to work with students with unexcused absences Mott and their parents before referring the student to court to face possible detention. “So it’s trying to work with them — the student and the family — to find out why they’re not attending and [trying] to develop programs to keep them in school,” said Stacy

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Darius Carroll, left, Aaron Brown and Asher Bunovich, all 9 years old, hold up the rockets they were preparing to launch Thursday at the second annual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Camp at Goochland Middle School.

Some residents welcome Benedictine’s arrival By Ken Odor Special Correspondent

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want a school with a 100-year-plus reputation,” said Marcus. “It’s a gift.” Patrick, 14, said he’d rather the school stay at its Sheppard Street site in Richmond but now that the move has been decided and is underway he’s all for seeing it completed. Patton said she is not worried about the traffic issue, one of the concerns

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Organ music might seem like sounds from a different era, but organist Charles Lindsey said he will breathe new life into the instrument when he performs at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 5, at the Grace Episcopal Church’s Parish Hall at 2955 River Road West in Goochland. Lindsey is the choirmaster and organist at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Bristol Parish, in Petersburg. He also has been the primary accompanist for Da Capo, a Central Virginia-based organization that provides musical instruction to children and teens, and accompanies voice majors for the School of Music at Virginia Commonwealth University. Friday evening, Lindsey will be joined onstage by rising Virginia Commonwealth University sophomore Abbie Haynes. He said his mother Bettie inspired him to learn to play the organ. She has served as a musical director and organist at several Richmond churches. “When I was really young, I was with her a lot, and I would sit there and watch her practice,” Lindsey said. “I picked up stuff by ear, so she got me into piano.” Lindsey recorded a CD called “On a Slow Boat with Bach” in 2003. The independent release, which features music played on the E.M. Skinner and Allen Renaissance organ combo at St. Paul’s, encompasses a variety of musical genres. “I wanted to make a CD that appealed to people who aren’t fans of organ music,”

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Organist Charles Lindsey credits his mother for inspiring him to learn to play the instrument.

Lindsey said. “I did a jazz arrangement of ‘A Slow Boat to China,’ some show tune arrangements and some legitimate organ pieces.” St. Paul’s organ combo is special since it combines an acoustic instrument that has been at the church for many years with a digital sound. “Well, the E.M. Skinner is a really famous brand of organ in America and one of the most classic instruments,” Lindsey said. “Most of them were made in the early part of the 20th century, so they’re rare and precious.” “The Allen work was added in the early 2000s and made to sound like pipes. And, these days, the technology is so good that you can’t tell the difference.” Lindsey said he was asked to return to Grace Episcopal Church after he played at its organ dedication ceremony last December. During Friday’s concert, he will play a mix of pieces that range from classical to patriotic. Haynes will sing “God Bless America,” among other tunes. “She’s going to sing some

classical songs and some from Broadway, and I’ll do my own arrangements of a few things,” Lindsey said. “But, it will be a variety of songs.” Still, the question begs: Are there many organ music fans out there? Lindsey freely admits there might not be many, but he hopes that Friday evening’s performance will attract a few more admirers to the instrument. “I would say no,” Lindsey said. “It’s partly why I made the CD.” “Part of the idea is that I was trying to encourage people to see that organ music can be fun to listen to. People think it’s stodgy and outdated, but, with my CD, I wanted to show that the organ can play all styles of music.” Friday’s concert is a benefit for Grace Episcopal’s food pantry. Lindsey said admission is free, but attendees are asked to donate a canned food item or to make a monetary donation to the pantry. For more information, visit www.gracechurchgoochland.org.

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STEM continued from >page 1 like oranges and lemons along with the potatoes with a voltmeter. “The potato had the most voltage,” reported Norman of their experiments. Even kindergarten through second graders were involved, with a separate program for them of problem-solving building structures based on the Mother Goose story. Meanwhile, down at the Goochland Family YMCA swimming pool, more students, including third through fifth graders who attended last year’s first STEM Camp along with sixth through eighth graders, were launching underwater remotely operated vehicles into the water, vehicles they had built while divided into three teams. The SeaPerch vehicles incorporated three propellers on a tubular framework with ballast. The teams were free to place the components where they thought they would work best to allow the vehicles to move both on the surface and underwater. Sixth grader Madeleine Muniz, 12, and Fritz Kemmerly, 14, a ninth grader, said the vehicles were supposed to be able to move right and left and be able to both submerge and surface in response to the joystick controller. “I thought is was a lot of fun working with the robots and the wiring,” said Kemmerly. “We really had to think about how our construction was going to be,” explained Muniz for the device to work well. “We had to put our motors just right.” Although the kits came with a plan for how to build the SeaPerch, the students were free

to try their own ideas. “SeaPerch STEM Camp was a dynamically innovative experience that challenged students to design, construct, and test a remotely operated vehicle. Students were enthusiastic, active engineers who exemplified the enjoyment that can occur with science, technology, engineering, and math,” said Randolph Elementary teacher Shelliotte Lawson, who served as a SeaPerch facilitator. STEM Camp coordinator Adeeb Hamzey said more than 130 students took part in this year’s camp, a dramatic increase over last year. According to Hamzey, the Goochland Education Foundation received more than $6,700 in pledges with “more on the way,” he said. Eric Sundberg, owner of Southern Electronics and a sponsor of the STEM Camp, stopped by to watch the SeaPerch fun. “This is really needed in the elementary schools,” said Sundberg, who said it’s hard to find properly trained technicians in his field. “Monetary and other types of contributions came from Goochland residents and businesses, regional companies, and a New York-based company with local connections,” said Hamzey. After Thursday’s outdoor events, which finished up just as rain began to fall in Goochland, the students visited the Science Museum of Virginia and saw the IMAX show “Flight of the Butterflies.” When it was all over, some of the students wanted more. “Some of the children were sad the week was over,” said Hamzey, “and others wished the camp was on for another week.”

CORRECTION The magisterial district in which the Benedictine Society’s Abbey site is located was incorrectly designated in a recent article concerning a meeting of the Goochland County Board of Zoning Appeals. The Abbey is located in District 5. We apologize for the error.

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www.goochlandgazette.com Nina Patton, left, joined Tracy Marcus and her son Patrick to talk about Benedictine College Preparatory School’s move to Goochland. Patrick will be a sophomore at the school Photo by Ken Odor this fall.

Benedictine continued from >page 1 Marcus, who has five other children in schools in the area, said she and her husband Chris, who coaches lacrosse at Benedictine, decided to send Patrick to Benedictine after attending an open house there last year and hearing Headmaster Jesse Grapes speak. “I was really sold after hearing him speak,” said Marcus. “He’s just really a man of character.” She said the location of the school was irrelevant to her at the time and still is. It was the type of education she wanted for her son that mattered. Marcus said Grapes made it clear that the boys would “earn everything they got during his presentation.” She said she liked that. She also said she was unclear how the process would end after reading about hearings and lawsuits. “Where is this going to stop?” she asked. “Is it political? At some juncture, enough is enough.” Marcus said she worries about what type of development might be proposed for The Abbey site if the school did not locate there. Another Partridge Hill resident, Louise Martin, raised the same issue, wondering if a subdivision might not be proposed for the property if Benedictine were thwarted in locating its school there.

Martin said she was concerned about money being spent on outside legal counsel to assist with the Goochland County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) hearings. “I’m outraged that my tax dollars are being squandered on the issue,” she said. Martin said she also wondered why the District 5 seat on the BZA board was still vacant. Patrick said he thought the school would probably have closed if Grapes had not become headmaster. Despite his preference for the downtown location with its tradition, he said the River Road site gives the school more room. “They’re making a lot of improvements out here — there’s more room for stuff,” he said. “I feel like I’ll get a better education out here than downtown.” The school was scheduled to begin moving furniture and equipment a couple of weeks ago in an agreement with the county. The BZA will hold at least one more hearing on Friday, July 12, to determine if the panel has jurisdiction to rule on the appeal of four plaintiffs challenging the school’s plan of development (POD), which has been approved by the county. Should they decide they have jurisdiction, the BZA has designated Aug. 26 as the hearing date to consider the merits of the plaintiff’s appeal.


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Truancy continued from >page 1 L. Mott, coordinator of student services and special education for Goochland County Public Schools, following her presentation to the School Board. “We’re trying to work with them up to 10 absences — unexcused,” Mott added. “We try to work with them before taking the final step.” While there have been students who have been sent to court and have been ordered to serve detention based on the filing of a CHINS petition — a Child In Need Of Supervision — there are not a lot of them who are being ordered to come to school, Mott said. The School Board’s action is an effort to help families understand the process and procedures involved with truancy, Mott said. “We just work with the students who are absent,” she

a.m. on Wednesday, July 17, at the White Hawk Music Cafe. A ribbon cutting and grand opening of My Courthouse Farmers Market located at the Goochland YMCA will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17. “Women in Business” will be presented from 11:30 a.m. to

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said. “We have a lot of meetings with those families and develop programs and work with them as far as alternate education plans — if need be, things like that. It is more secondary level.” State law requires that students attend school until they’re 18, Mott said. “You can’t drop out,” she said. “So the principal would work with them as far as what credits are needed, what type of diploma they want, and then try to fast track them there.” If students in Virginia choose not to attend public schools, they can attend a private school or apply to be homeschooled, Mott said. If students who have served detention still refuse to attend school, they can be sent back for more detention, she added. According to Mott, truant students also can go back to the Family Assessment Planning and Treatment Team — FAPT — to help determine why they

choose not to attend school. FAPT teams are “a collaboration of county agencies, such as department of social services, the courts, the schools, private providers,” Mott said. In many cases, the parents are encouraging their child to come to school, but the child still resists, Mott said. “I have a lot of times where parents are trying all they can to get their child to come and sometimes it’s the child that doesn’t want to and sometimes it’s the parent who is up for work before the student is and they don’t even know that they’re not coming to school or things like that,” she added. Another option is the General Educational Development or GED program, Mott said. “We do have the GED program, so, again, it’s just working with the principals and if they feel that if the student and

the parent want to do the GED program, then they can go on that track,” she said. A modern-day truant officer, Mott said she takes great pains to locate the parents of truant students who are enrolled in GCPS in an effort to determine if they’re enrolled in another jurisdiction. “I try as hard as I can to find them — sending letters to their home hoping it gets forwarded, asking them to call me, asking them to tell me where they’ve enrolled the child,” she said. “If I know what county they’re going to, I’ll make sure that they get enrolled or let them know that that family’s moving in [and] to be on the lookout. So I do as much as I can to try to find them. “Once they enroll them in another school, the school will send a request for records and then we know where they have enrolled.”

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U.S. means the world to refugee families By Roslyn Ryan, Contributing Columnist If you want to gain a whole new appreciation for life in the United States, a good way to start is by spending some time with someone who came here from somewhere very, very different. For a time, many years ago, I had the privilege of volunteering with a refugee resettlement organization in Richmond, working to help families get their bearings and navigate their first few months in the U.S. Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of working with these families was seeing the wonder – and sometimes befuddlement — on their faces as they confronted each new facet of American life. It was hard sometimes not to chuckle (how do you explain to a family of Turkish refugees why taking a tourist-style photo in the Walmart meat department is funny?). But, as you might expect, their reasons for coming to the U.S. were typically nothing to laugh about. For many of these families, coming to America meant that they could finally live and raise their children in safety, free from political or religious persecution and away from the horrifying violence they had fled. “Does that noise bother you?” I asked a woman from Bosnia one day, noticing that the man in the

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The Goochland STEM Advisory Committee recently was recognized during the 2013 Creating Excellence Awards Celebration for showing such incredible progress in advancing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics educational opportunities for students. Members were honored as a regional and state winner of the Excellence Award. Taking part in the presentation were James Lane, superintendent of Goochland County Public Schools; Bruce Watson, Career and Technical Education director; and committee members Adeeb Hamzey and Richard Carchman. The committee has been instrumental in establishing flagship opportunities such as the summer STEM Camp and winter Conundrum Day.

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“The possibilities are endless when we have such great support from students, parents, teachers, administrators, community members and business partners,”Lane said. “Congratulations to Goochland!” On hand for the presentation were, from left, front row, Hamzey, Patricia Wright, superintendent

of Public Instruction, Virginia Department of Education, and Lane, and, back row, Carchman, Watson, Elizabeth Creamer, director of Virginia Education & Workforce Development, and Daniel Woodley and Jerry Stewart, both with the Virginia Advisory Committee for Career & Technical Education.

Letters to the Editor Family seeks photos, info about Little Genito Little Genito” is an historical gem in Goochland County. Anyone with photographs or information about this property circa 1910 to 1950 (of the kitchen building in particular) my family would love to receive. “Little Genito,” also spelled “Jeni Toe” or “Jeneto” in old records, was a land grant to Charles Johnson patented Sept. 28, 1732. The grant consisted of 77 acres. He built his home on the site of the present kitchen. The second owner of 77 acres was Benjamin Watkins in 1734. The third owner was John Watkins in 1787. It was his daughter, the third offspring, Frankie (18011846) who married Joshua Royal Knibb (1800-1859) in 1821. Joshua became owner of 87.5 in 1823. At this time, the name “Little Genito” appears in the records. A deed of 87.5 acres appears in the name of Martha Crawford in

1850. She was John Watkins’ second child who married Byars Crawford. John Binford Knibb (1832-1906) and Frances Rebecca Henrietta Bowles (1834-1911), daughter of Jesse Bowles and Ann Edmondson Duley, became the property owner, date unknown. He was a chaplain, artillerist and blacksmith during the Civil War. From 1907 until 1962, Abner Clopton Knibb (1870-1962) was the owner. Then, in 1962, the property, which consisted of 80 acres, was sold

to Mrs. J. Louis Reynolds. The buildings were in decay. In 1985, John Fogg Twombly IV, an historian by degree and avocation, purchased the property from Glennie Reynolds Martin. John Twombly and his wife Joan and their twin sons live in the “big” house now. The Knibb family lived at “Little Genito” on 1130 Knibb Lane off the Shallow Well Road from 1823 to 1962. see Letters > page 7

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Letters continued from >page 6 My father, James Harwood Cochrane, was the seventh child of Wilentina Dean Knibb (1879-1971) and John Minor Cochrane (18751930), son of Lucian Minor Cochrane and Elmira Jane Bowles. Dad was born Nov. 16, 1912, in the main house at “Little Genito.� At a day and a half old, he and his mother moved back into the kitchen house in the yard with her husband and their other children. At this time, Abner Clopton Knibb, her brother, owned the property. The kitchen house was built on the site of the original home of Charles Johnson. When the main home of today was built by John Watkins in 1787. A freestanding kitchen was the site of the original Johnson house and continued to be the kitchen and dining room. My father at 100 years old is seeking any photographs or information about the kitchen house that he lived in as a child. The sons slept in a loft above the kitchen against the locally made stone chimney for warmth. “Mama Tiny� or “Tiny� as my grandmother was called, was the 12th child of John Binford Knibb (18321906) and Frances Rebecca Henrietta Bowles (18341911). Behind the kitchen is a large depression in the ground with stones left from the ice house that was 18 feet deep. It was filled each winter with blocks of ice cut from a nearby feeder pond for the mill. Saw dust from the mill covered the ice. A roof over the ice pit also covered the family buggy. The stone wall around the cemetery was built of local stones by John Minor Cochrane in 1904. When Mrs. J. Louis

Reynolds bought the 80 acres, some buildings were in decline. She removed one half of the kitchen exposing the fireplace to the elements. John Twombly jacked up the remaining kitchen building to restore it with materials that he bought from a house in Cumberland County called Mount Ida Plantation circa 1790. He moved the door to the north side of the house and added a porch. These features remain today. Also, the living quarters/ dining room have steps without risers that go to a second story bedroom where my grandmother and grandfather slept. Abner Clopton Knibb (1870-1962) and Lucy Mary Wiltshire (1873-1947) lived in the “big� house built by John Watkins in 1787. His brother, Joshua Royal Knibb (1866-1962) built a cinderblock house in a field east of “Little Genito,� now 1125 Knibb Lane. When I was a child in the late 1930s, my grandmother, a widow, lived in a green and white clapboard house (circa 1890s) east of Joshua’s home at 1121 Knibb Lane. Later, in 1955, my father built a house at the corner of Knibb Lane at 1540 Shallow Well Road for his mother in her last years. Anyone with photographs or information about the Knibb family and particularly the free-standing kitchen building before 1950, please share with my family. Additionally needed are photos of the ice house whose cover protected the buggy. Any photos of buggies or early (1920-1940) modes of transportation taken at Little Genito also are needed. Thank you. Judy Cochrane GilmanHines 804-562-6676 jgilmanhines@comcast.net

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ChiknEGG Productions opens new farmers market in Goochland Contributed Report

ChiknEGG Productions is operating a new farmers market in Goochland Courthouse. Owner Lisa Dearden said My Courthouse Market opened on Wednesday, July 3, at 1800 Dickinson Road in Goochland. It is located on the grounds of the Goochland Family YMCA adjacent to U.S. 6 and U.S. 522 in the heart of the village of Goochland Courthouse. Hours are 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays through the end of October. Dearden said the market is dedicated to promoting a sustainable food system in Central Virginia, and to educating people about the connections between sustainable agriculture and the health of the region and its people. She also said the market favors farmers/growers/pro-

ducers who farm the land using sustainable agricultural practices or raise livestock using humane and sustainable practices. By providing a direct marketing opportunity to farmers/ growers/producers and by providing educational opportunities to consumers, Dearden said My Courthouse Market helps sustain the regional farming economy and helps ensure the future of farming in Central Virginia. ChiknEGG Productions, which offers ag-themed spe-

cial event planning, is in its third season for My Manakin Market farmers market, which runs on Saturdays at 68 Broad St. Rd. in Manakin-Sabot. “We’re very excited about the opportunity to bring a new market to the village of Goochland Courthouse,� Dearden said. “The Goochland Family YMCA is the perfect place for a community farmers market. We are looking forward to supporting our agricultural and artisan communities and to bringing music and fun, family-type ag-themed events

every week to our friends in and around the Courthouse area.� New and experienced growers, producers and artisans are encouraged to apply online on ChiknEGG’s website. Volunteers also are encouraged to contact the company (Community Service hours apply). For more information, or to apply online as a vendor, visit ChiknEGG’s website at www.ChiknEGG.com. The e-mail address is chiknegg@gmail.com.

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Grace Episcopal Church will present a free musical concert at 7 p.m. in the heart of the Goochland Courthouse area at 2955 River Road West. The evening will feature organ, vocal and piano music performances by organist Charles Lindsey Jr. and local VCU soprano Abbie Haynes. There will be classical, popular and patriotic music. A light reception will follow in the church’s Parish Hall. For more information about the church, visit www.gracechurchgoochland.org. Grace Church Goochland also can be found on Facebook.

at 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2-year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. Family Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for all ages. For more information, call 804749-3146 or visit the library. A Friday Family Film Festival begins at 1 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. See a family movie on the big screen. Snacks will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804749-3146 or visit the library.

Church will hold a begins at 7 p.m. at the Cochrane Homecoming at 3 p.m. at Rockville Branch Library at 3845 Shannon Hill Road in 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Columbia. All are welcome. This class is for ages 18 and up. Try your hand at creating stars, shells, scrolls and roses, even if Monday, July 8 you don’t know a pastry bag “Dig into Reading!” fea- from a handbag. You must call turing magician Rob Wescott 804-749-3146 to sign up for begins at 10 a.m. at the this class. Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. Wescott Wednesday, July 10 is an award-winning, professional comedic magician. He Toddler Storytime begins features popular children’s at 11 a.m. at the Goochland books promoted through Branch Library at 3075 River magic, puppetry and audience Road West. Toddler Storytime participation. For more infor- is for 2-year-olds, who must be mation, call 804-556-4774 or accompanied by an adult. For visit the library. more information, call 804556-4774 or visit the library at “Dig into Reading!” fea- 3075 River Road West. turing magician Rob Wescott begins at 4 p.m. at the Computer Basics I begins Cochrane Rockville Branch at 6 p.m. at the Goochland Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Branch Library at 3075 River Road. Wescott is an award- Road West. Learn the parts winning, professional comedic of the computer, how to use magician. He features popu- a mouse, and try out some lar children’s books promoted basic computer tasks. You through magic, puppetry and must call 804- 556-4774 or audience participation. For visit the library to sign up for more information, call 804- this class. 749-3146 or visit the library.

A royally fun time awaits kids at “Kingdom Chronicles” Toddler Storytime begins Vacation Bible School. at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane Children age 3 through 6th Rockville Branch Library grade will experience fastpaced, activities, including mond’s Home Bible lessons, crafts, songs, Buying or Selling treats and snacks. Classes will apecialist! House? be 6 to 9 p.m. July 15 to 19 at Ragland Memorial Baptist my NowLettaking Church at 2838 Sandy Hook expertise go to Rd. in Sandy Hook. Adults listings for work for you! also are invited to attend a 2012! the Spring! class designed especially for Stevie Watson them. Register children online 754-4551 at www.raglandbaptist.org. Pleasant Grove Baptist For more information, call Church will hold a revivUGGY OP ARNS 804-556-4500. al July 8 through July 12 at 3845 Shannon Hill Road in T N E R Sunday, July 7 TO Columbia. The Prayer and N W O Pleasant Grove Baptist Praise Service begins at 7:30 p.m., and worship follows at 8 p.m. All are welcome to fellowBrown Motor Parts, Inc. ship and to lift up the name Rt. 6 & 45 at George’s Tavern of Jesus. A guest choir will 8' × 8'......................... $1,200 perform each night. 5285 River Road West 8' × 12'....................... $1,400

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Rock Painting begins at 6 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. Participants, who must be 11 to 18 years old, will paint a rock with an inspirational word or a favorite design. Bring a friend. Pizza, drinks and dessert will be provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library. For more informaSunday, July 14 tion, call 804-556-4774 or visit The G.M. Thompson the library at 3075 River Road Memorial Chorus of the Shady West. Grove Baptist Church will celebrate its 33rd Anniversary Friday, July 19 at 4 p.m. at 3384 Oakland Toddler Storytime begins Church Road in Gum Spring. The Jones family of Fluvanna at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane and the Promise Keepers of Rockville Branch Library at Richmond will be the special 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2guests. The public is invited to year-olds, who must be accomcome and praise the Lord. For panied by an adult. Family more information, call 804- Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for all ages. For more informa556-3453. tion, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library. Wednesday, July 17 Festival begins at 1 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. See a family movie on the big screen. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804-7493146 or visit the library.

AmazingAlpacaAdventures begins at 10:30 a.m.at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Meet some unique creatures from the Rockville Alpaca Farm and make a fun Thursday, July 11 craft with their wool. For more Preschool Storytime begins information, call 804-749at 10 a.m. at the Goochland 3146 or visit the library. Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. For ages 3 to 5 years Toddler Storytime begins old. Mother Goose Storytime at 11 a.m. at the Goochland begins at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 Branch Library at 3075 River to 24 months. Mother Goose Road West. Toddler Storytime participants must be accom- is for 2-year-olds, who must be panied by an adult. For more accompanied by an adult. For information, call 804- 556- more information, call 8044774 or visit the library. 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West. Friday, July 12

A Genealogy Workshop begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. Find out how to start researching your family tree using genealogy databases, including Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest. You must call 804-556-4774 to sign up for this class.

Toddler Storytime begins at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. Family Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for all ages. For more information, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library.

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Incredible Insects begins at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. What’s the difference between an insect and a spider? What do insects like for lunch? Learn about the lives of insects and meet some live ones at this Virginia Living Thursday, July 18 Museum program. For more Preschool Storytime begins information, call 804-556at 10 a.m. at the Goochland 4774 or visit the library. Branch Library at 3075 River Road West for children 3 to Incredible Insects begins 5 years old. Mother Goose at 1 p.m. at the Cochrane Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. Rockville Branch Library at for ages 6 to 24 months, who 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. must be accompanied by an What’s the difference between adult. For more information. an insect and a spider? What call 804- 556-4774 or visit the see Calendar > page 16 library.


July 4, 2013 Ruth Attkisson ATTKISSON, Ruth Elizabeth Hawthorne, completed her life journey on June 22, 2013, at her home in Richmond following a brief illness. Her exemplary life spanned 97 years from her birth on January 18, 1916, in Goochland County. She was married for 66 years to Chastain Clifford “Cheen� or “CC� Attkisson Sr., who preceded her in death in 2003. She is survived by two sons, C. Clifford Attkisson Jr. and his wife Carolyn of California and Aubrey Lee Attkisson of North Carolina; six grandchildren, Erik Clifford Attkisson and his wife Jill of Georgia, Claire Elizabeth Attkisson Bradshaw and her husband Jeff of Colorado, Michelle Lee Attkisson Freeman Clough of Florida, Martin Landon Attkisson Gilmore and his wife Jennifer of Texas, Brynn Attkisson Bates and her husband Rob and Justin Robert Attkisson, all of North Carolina; and by 11 great-grandchildren, including Wyatt Chastain and Cally Jacqueline Attkisson, Maya Rose and Lola Mae Bradshaw and Heaven Lee, Ashlei Diane and Taylor Elizabeth Clough, Bronwen Bates; and one greatgreat-grandchild, Hailey Rose Crossman. Ruth also is survived by esteemed nieces and nephews, Patrick Chastain Kelly, James Kelly and his wife Sharon, Edward H. “Ted� Hawthorne and his wife Alison, Faye Hawthorne Strong, Suzanne Askew Trio, Dois Rosser Jr. and his wife Shirley, Lillian Rosser Moore; and many grandnieces and nephews, and the children and grandchildren of each of them. In her latter years, Ruth’s life was especially benefitted by the thoughtfulness and support of Patrick Kelly, Alison Hawthorne, Oscar W. “Pete� Attkisson, Jane Carol Geracimos and Aubrey Rosser Jr. Ruth was the youngest of 11 children of Lillian Tisdale and Aubrey Holland Hawthorne. Born in Goochland County, Ruth moved to Richmond for

high school, played tennis and golf, living the preponderance of her adult life in Richmond and Hampton. Ruth was a bank officer of the Bank of Virginia and its several successor banks, retiring after more than 25 years. She was a leader and esteemed Sunday School teacher of young women at Branch’s Baptist Church, a member of Eastern Star, an avid reader and a life resource to countless family members and friends. She is honored and remembered for her wisdom, integrity and steadfast commitment to her family and to the nurturing of others toward productive and rewarding careers. She also was admired for her amazing memory and command of historical details. Her grandchildren knew that she loved a good joke, and made a terrific root beer float with yummy cookies on the side. Ruth and Cheen welcomed children into their home for brief and extended periods, providing each of them with a loving and secure foundation, leading to productive and often exemplary lives. Ruth lived independently at The Towers and was a member of its Red Hat Ladies and Bon Air Baptist Church. She loved art, music and dance. Her children and grandchildren are recipients of special afghans, needlepoint and embroidery that she created. An avid fan of the Washington Redskins and the Nationals, she invariably provided to any willing listener a critique of the teams’ strengths and weaknesses and what the coaches should do next. Her family and friends, who were immensely benefitted by her life and encouraging words, will sorely miss Ruth. She always sought the core of an issue and never hesitated to communicate her views. She uniquely combined the roles of nurturer and leader. Ruth has made an anatomical gift of her body to benefit educational programs in the health sciences. Plans are pending for memorial services

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Fronnie McCowin McCOWIN, Fronnie E., departed this life June 21, 2013, at the Henrico Doctor’s Hospital in Richmond. She was preceded in death by her parents, John Lee and Lorena McCowin; and two brothers, John Lee McCowin Jr. and Daniel E. McCowin. She leaves to cherish her memory a loving brother, Vaughn McCowin; an uncle, Frank Walker; special cousin, Audrey McCowin; a devoted sister-in-law, Felicia McCowin; six nephews, a host of great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins; and a special niece and caregiver, Melody McCowin. She also had many close friends in the community. Services were provided by the Robert Mealy Funeral Home in Goochland. Funeral services were held Wednesday, June 26, 2013, at the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Interment followed in the church cemetery.

Margaret Trice TRICE, Margaret Jordan, 93, of Goochland, born February 15, 1920, passed away on June 23, 2013. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Anderson Trice Jr., and son, Richard Edward Trice. She is survived by her son, Joe Trice (Linda) and daughter, Anne

Mann (Jimmy); grandchildren, Shannon Trice Black,Beth Mann Mallory, Jennifer Trice Haynes and James Edward Mann; greatgrandchildren, Margaret and Caroline Black, Carter, Cole and Anne Stewart Mallory, Jordan, Clay, and Taylor Haynes, Skyler and Emerson Mann; and sister, Evelyn Lawless. The family received friends on Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at the Norman Funeral Home in Goochland. A funeral service was held on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, at Forest Grove Christian Church. Interment followed in the Trice family cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Forest Grove Christian Church, 3881 Hadensville-Fife Road, Goochland, VA 23063.

Tody Ware WARE, Mrs. Tody Rebecca, 97, of Goochland, departed this life June 23, 2013. She was preceded in death by her parents, Arthur and Alberta Bowles Payne, and husband, John Ware. Cherishing her memory are her daughter, Shirley Fields; sisters, Azile Lane, Nell Jones, Alberta (Curtis) Parrish; grandchildren, Victor (Nina) Fields, Candace (Travis) Rogers, Melissa Fields; stepchildren, Gerald (Kim) and Terri Ware; sister-in-law, Dorothy Hayes; five great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and many other dear relatives and friends. The family received friends on Friday, June 28, 2013, at Mealy Funeral Home in Goochland. A funeral service was held on Saturday, June 29, 2013, at Second Union Baptist Church.

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Home-course advantage pays off in junior golf title By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Teen-aged golfers from all over Maryland and Virginia – and a couple from as far away as Pennsylvania and Georgia – came to Hermitage Country Club Thursday and Friday for a bit of a get-together: the Middle Atlantic Golf Association boys and girls junior championships. But the best most of the visitors in the boys’ competition could do was to enjoy the scenery and wildlife that visited the course, for a local golfer – Mills Godwin junior Mark Lawrence – led both days of the tournament and claimed the title with a 6-under-par score of 138. In the girls’ competition, Elizabeth Bose of Norfolk edged another Virginia girl, Kristin Hearp of Salem, by a stroke to win the girls’ title. Lawrence helped himself Thursday, taking the lead with a first-round score of 68. His closest competitor after the

first round was Lee Detmer of Washington, who was only one stroke back at 69. But Detmer struggled the second day while Lawrence’s familiarity with the course, coupled with his solid play, helped him pull away from those closest to him. Lawrence said familiarity with the course helped. “It definitely helped with the greens, because I know the greens real well,” Lawrence said. But he still had some problems. “My chipping wasn’t as good as I’d like it to be,” Lawrence said. “But I can learn from that and get it down for the next tournament.” Detmer found more to be unhappy with in himself. He shot a 77 Friday to slip into a three-way tie for second at 2-over-par 146 with Marcus Boyd of Dunwoody, Ga., and Brent Bubes of North Bethesda, Md. “I didn’t play very well,” Detmer said. “I didn’t start off

great and that kind of put me behind because Mark went off and started birdie-birdie. I was falling behind quick. … I didn’t hit it very well, didn’t get out of the box very well, missed a few putts – so not a great round overall.” Despite his complaints about his own play, Detmer didn’t think that a better round would have improved his chances of winning. “He played really well all tournament,” Detmer said of Lawrence. “I played with him both days, and he was hitting it well.” Detmer said the homecourse advantage helped Lawrence, but it was not enough for the victory. Bubes, who scored 71 Thursday and 75 Friday, agreed. “It’s not that big. You still have to play good golf,” Bubes said. “Sometimes it’s even tougher playing your home course.” Bubes was pretty pleased with his play, saying that a couple of bad holes cost him

Photo by Dave Lawrence

Mills Godwin junior Mark Lawrence watches his tee shot at the eighth hole of the Manakin Golf Course Friday during the second day of the Middle Atlantic Golf Association junior golf championships. Lawrence led both days of the tournament to claim the boys’ title with a 6-under 138.

sole possession of second place. Of the three second-place finishers, Boyd was most consisting, scoring a 73 each day. In terms of awards, he edged Bubes and Detmer in a scorecard playoff based on the best final round. Like the others, he found reason to complain about his play. “I wasn’t very pleased with

the way I was striking the ball today, but that’s golf,” Boyd said. “Ball-striking was absolutely terrible. I hit a lot of really embarrassing shots that really just threw me out of the tournament.” Other area golfers in the field of 32 for the boys’ tournament include Brenton Hayward of Manakin-Sabot who finished in a tie for 25th

at 172 and Hunter Wigginton who finished 32rd at 187. Bose led a field of only five girls. She trailed Hearp by two strokes, 72-74, after the first round. She said she tried not to think too much about the challenges of the course, instead focusing on “... trying to stay in the moment and just think about the free shot.”

Local angler hauls in second-place finish in Bassmaster tourney By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Photo by Teresa Penatzer

Goochland resident Mike Hicks shows off two of the largemouth bass he caught in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open No. 1 on the James River in June. Hicks finished second in the three-day tournament.

Goochland native Mike Hicks took advantage of local knowledge to make waves in the Bassmaster Northern Open on the James River two weeks ago. But he wants to make even bigger waves downstream. Hicks, who used to be a regular on the Bassmaster Tour, made his second Bassmaster tournament appearance in eight years count by finishing second in the Bass Pro Shops Northern Open No 1. on the James River from June 13-15. Hicks’ total of 44 pounds,

10 ounces was second only to Bassmasster Elite Tour professional Randy Howell’s haul of 47 pounds, 10 ounces. They were among 170 professional anglers and 164 amateurs – “co-anglers” – competing for the top prize. The Bassmaster Elite tour is what Hicks refers to as the “major leagues” of the bass fishing world. Hicks used to fish regularly on the Basssmaster circuit from 1999-2005 – much of that on the Elite series’ predecessor, the Bassmaster Tour – but had appeared in only one other Bassmaster tournament since then: the Bass Pro Shops

Northern Open No. 1 on the James River in 2011. While Hicks is not sure he would like to compete on a regular basis now – he works in his family’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning business in Goochland – he definitely would like to qualify for the Bassmaster Classic. “The Classic is the world championship that they have every year,” Hicks said. “They don’t take but about 50 guys to that.” Most of those come from the Elite series ranks, but Hicks can qualify by winning a Bassmaster Opens series

event. The James River tournament is the first stop on the Northern Open trail, which includes stops on Oneida Lake in Syracuse, N.Y., in August and on Lake Erie at Sandusky, Ohio, in September. Hicks plans to head to Syracuse to try again. “The Classic, that’s the pinnacle of the sport. I mean, that’s what you really want to achieve,” Hicks said. “Pretty much the very best is the only thing that gets there. At one time, it was said that, I think, the top 1 percent is what makes see Angler >page 13


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Team Carter wins battle of Goochland 15-17 teams By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Goochland has two 15-17 Dixie baseball teams, so it was all-but-impossible for them to get through the season without meeting. But they waited until the end to do so. Team Carter and Team Doczi met three times last week – in a doubleheader on Thursday and a single game Saturday – and Team Carter swept the series. Team Carter came from behind in both games of its twin bill Thursday, eking out a 3-2 extra-inning win in the opener and winning 13-11 in a nightcap ended early because of the late hour. On Saturday, Team Carter won 16-2. In the late game Thursday, Team Carter was down 10-2 before rallying back to go ahead in the fourth inning. Team Doczi had another at-bat coming when the game ended, but as coach of the home team for

Angler continued from >page 12 the Classic. It’s very hard to get into.” He said he has been close to qualifying for the classic three times, but saw his chances slip away on the final day of the three-day tournaments. Hicks, who finished ninth in his 2011 Northern Open appearance, used his local knowledge to advantage both times. “I grew up on the James and Chickahominy River,” Hicks said. “I expected I was going to have a good tournament there.” One way his local knowledge helped was in his choice of where to concentrate his effort. Hicks knew the water

that game, Mike Doczi decided to halt play at 10:45 – a time after which no new innings could begin. “We were down there a little bit. It didn’t look too bright,” said Team Carter coach Charles Carter. “We finally rallied back. Their pitching struggled a little bit – and we took advantage of it. … Our pitching did fine the second game. It was just our defense didn’t do well at first and that’s what hurt us. We finally bounced back, got the bats going, and once we got on base we made some things happen. It finally turned around and we came out on top. I like seeing that.” Team Doczi might not have gotten as big a lead if Team Carter’s defense had not had some breakdowns early on. “I think some of the boys get a little tired and complacent for a second and kind of maybe drift off in their mind a little bit, then they wake up. So do I,” Carter said. “I guess we were due for some errors,

quality of the runoff-swollen James would not be great for fishing, so he headed to the Chickahominy instead. “We put out of Osborne Landing near Richmond,” Hicks said. “A lot of the guys – I’d say 90 percent of the guys – chose to fish the Chickahominy River because, you know, it might get high, but it never gets dirty because it runs through so much tannic swamp and stuff like that. A lot of the guys were going up near Walker’s Dam. I fished the lower part of the Chickahominy River near the James.” It takes more than knowledge of a map to make a good competitive fisher, however. “The guys would say, mechanically, that they’re all pretty much equal,” Hicks said.

Photo by Dave Lawrence

Aaron Wagstaff beats Ford Slater’s throw back to first base in the opener of a doubleheader between Goochland 15-17 Team Carter and Team Doczi at Goochland High School Thursday.

and when it happened, they seemed to happen in a row. But then when we get rid of them – finally get rid of them, we can execute and play well.” A lot of Team Doczi’s problem was lack of pitching depth. “We’ve got one true pitcher

“It just really comes down to, in the end, your mental focus, really. … There’s a lot of concentration and mental game in fishing. Your decisions that you make during the day are everything.” Observational skills are important, too. “Us fishermen, we call it, ‘reading the water,’” Hicks said. “You’ll hear a guy say, ‘Man, that guy can read the water better than anybody I’ve ever seen.’ What they’re meaning is that they can interpret how to get on the fish and establish a pattern to catch fish fast. That’s what it takes to be a good fisherman.” The Bass Pro Shops Northern Open No. 2 begins on August 1. Hicks hopes his reading skills will serve him well.

on the team. He pitched the first game. He had a little bit of control issues and we ended up losing,” Doczi said. “The second game of our series, we always pitch by whoever wants to throw that day. The second pitcher that we have on

our squad is actually playing shortstop tonight. He was not ready to pitch tonight. If he had been on the mound, the second game would have probably been a little bit different.” Team Doczi scored first in the opener Thursday. Chase

Doczi walked, worked his way around the bases, and scored on a wild pitch. But Team Carter put up two runs in the third to go ahead 21. Aaron Wagstaff walked, stole second and scored on Richard Johnson’s single. Johnson then scored on a double by Brandon Carter. Team Doczi tied in in the fourth. Conner Saunders opened the inning with a single, advanced on a groundout by Peyton Dunlavey, and scored on a single by Jack Rareshide. Over the next inning and a half, both teams loaded the bases without getting a run in. But in the bottom of the fifth, a bases-loaded walk to Johnson brought in the inning run. Team Dozci barely mustered nine players in the Saturday game, thus was rather handicapped as it faced a fullstrength Team Carter. Team Carter’s pitching was dominant as its hurlers picked up 11 strikeouts over the course of five innings.

Benedictine ISO basketball coach By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Ryan Hall began his tenure as Benedictine’s athletic director Monday with a big item on his to-do list: to replace basketball coach Robert Churchwell III, who is leaving the Cadets to take over at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School in Olney, Md. The school competes in the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference. Last year – his only year at Benedictine – Churchwell led the Cadets to a 31-4 record and a Virginia Independent Schools Division I state championship. But Hall said the Our Lady of Good Counsel position was too good an opportunity for Churchwell to pass up. “His family is in the D.C.

area. He’s got a lot of family there,” Hall said. “It’s where he grew up. … Obviously we’re going to miss him, but it’s a great fit for him and his family.” Churchwell attended Gonzaga College High School – also a member of the WCAC – and Georgetown and played professionally for eight years before taking over as basketball coach at Harrison High School in Kennesaw, Ga. He spent eight years there before coming to Benedictine. He is the second Benedictine coach in two years to depart for the WCAC. His predecessor, Sean McAloon, left to take over at St. John’s College High School in 2012. Hall said the primary attribute of a potential replacement

is an understanding of the school and its mission. “Mission and the school first. Basketball second,” Hall said. “Obviously we want someone with experience, and somebody who’s excited and passionate and who wants to do well and continue in our tradition of Benedictine basketball.” Hall said there is no shortlist of potential candidates from last year’s search. “I want to look at all the resumes and applications and all the materials and give everybody what I feel is a fair, equal shot,” Hall said. “I’m very excited to get this opportunity and help get the right person in place. And I feel, like I said, we’ll continue on the excellence of Benedictine Hoops.”


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Calendar continued from >page 8 do insects like for lunch? Learn about the lives of insects and meet some live ones at this Virginia Living Museum program. For more information, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library. Wednesday, July 24 Toddler Storytime will be held at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. For 2-year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. For

more information, call 804- Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2556-4774 or visit the library. year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. Family Thursday, July 25 Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. Preschool Storytime begins for all ages. For more informaat 10 a.m. at the Goochland tion, call 804-749-3146 or visit Branch Library at 3075 River the library. Road West. For ages 3 to 5 years old. Mother Goose Storytime A Friday Family Film begins at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 Festival begins at 1 p.m. at the to 24 months. An accompany- Cochrane Rockville Branch ing adult is required. For more Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract information, call 804-556- Road. See a family movie on 4774 or visit the library. the big screen. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For Friday, July 26 more information, call 804Toddler Storytime begins 749-3146 or visit the library. at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane

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Explore UR Worldz with Geocaching begins at 7 p.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. This class is for ages 11 to 18. Discover hidden treasures in your own neighborhood and around the world. Decipher secret codes, search for clues, and hunt for relics. Snacks will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library.

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at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West for 2-year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call 804-556-4774 or visit the library. Reunions John Marshall High School Class of 1968 is planning a 45-year reunion on Oct. 19. For more information, and to register, visit www.classcreator. com/Richmond-VA-JohnMarshall-1968 or contact Earl Ellis at 804-746-9587 or e-mail him at ellisrgmk@comcast.net.

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he 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. To deliver notices: E-mail: news@goochlandgazette.com Mail - P.O. Box 1118 Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Fax - 804-556-4237 Please clearly marked correspondence with “Community Calendar”. For information -Call 746-1235 Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Deadline is Fridays by 3 p.m.

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Announcements YARD & ESTATE SALES Moving Sale - Saturday, July 6th, 8am -3pm, & Sunday, July 7th, 9am-12noon. 4805 Shannon Hill Road. Columbia. Rain or Shine! Tools, Furniture, Clothing & Too Much To Mention!!

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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 3951 County Line Rd., Kents Store, Virginia 23084 (Goochland County, Virginia) In execution of a deed of trust, from RICHARD L. WADDY, JR., and LINDA C. WADDY, dated August 24, 2007, in the original principal amount of $180,513.30, recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the County of Goochland, Virginia, as Instrument Number 070004451, (Seth E. Twery having been appointed Substitute Trustee under Appointment of Substitute Trustee dated May 10, 2013, of record in said Clerk’s Office as Instrument Number 1300001830), due to default in payment of the debt secured, the undersigned Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction on the front steps of the Courthouse for the Circuit Court of Goochland, Virginia on the 16th day of July, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. that certain tract of real estate known as 3951 County Line Rd., Kents Store, Virginia 23084 situated in the County of Goochland, Virginia, more particularly described as follows: All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land with improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto belong, lying and being in Byrd District, Goochland County, Virginia, about ½ mile south of Shannon Hill on State Route No. 669, containing 2.723 acres, according to a plat of survey made by Dean E. Raynes, Land Surveyor, dated October 11, 1990, a copy of which is recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, in Deed Book 323, at page 751. Also to include a 28’ x 80’, 2007 CMH Manufactured Home, model name 2303, with the Serial number ROC721069NCAB. Sale subject to all conditions, restrictions, reservations and easements, if any of record and now applicable thereto. Terms: At least 10% cash on day of sale; balance due within 30 days. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Seth E. Twery, Esq. Seth E. Twery, P.C. 715 Court St., 2nd Floor P.O. Box 185 Lynchburg, VA 24505-0185 (434)845-5285

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TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 2941 River Road West/2947 River Road W (Parcel 4 - .65 acres)-Tax Map No. 42-1-42 2958 Lowry Road (Lot 6) - Tax Map No. 16-5-6 3096 Davis Mill Road (Lot 4 - 2.910 acres) Tax Map No. 18-8-4 1660 Rock Castle Road (3.91 acres) Tax Map No. 40-1-26C 4493 River Road West (1.804 acres) Tax Map No. 28-1-35 3564 Athey Road (2.82 acres) Tax Map No. 12-2-3A 2789 Chapel Hill Road (Parcel B - 1.52 acres) Tax Map No. 19-6-B1 4909 Shannon Hill Road (1.00 acres) Tax Map No. 4-1-43D1 Goochland County, Virginia In execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $190,000.00, to Gregory C. Tripp and M. Andrew McLean, Trustees, dated September 13, 2006, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 060004627, as modified by that certain Modification of Deed of Trust recorded October 22, 2012, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, Virginia, as Instrument No. 120003296, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001872, recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office); and in execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $970,000.00, to M. Andrew McLean and Gregory C. Tripp, Trustees, dated August 12, 2008, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 080003268, as modified by that certain Modification of Deed of Trust recorded on October 22, 2012, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Goochland, Virginia, as Instrument No. 120003297, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001870 recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office); and in execution of a certain Credit Line Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $170,000.00, to L. McCauley Chenault and Alexander F. Dillard, Jr., Trustees, dated August 26, 2009, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Goochland County, Virginia, as Instrument No. 090003424, default having been made in the payment of the indebtedness secured thereby and being required to do so by the noteholder, the undersigned, Substitute Trustee (appointed Substitute Trustee by noteholder as Instrument No. 130001871 recorded in the aforesaid Clerk’s Office), in accordance with the provisions of the aforesaid Deeds of Trust and after having given fourteen (14) days notice to the owner of the real estate of the date, time, place and terms of the sale, will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction, in consecutive order as listed above, at the front steps of the Goochland County Circuit Court, 2938 River Road W, Goochland, Virginia 23063, on July 17, 2013 at 2:00 p.m., local time, the real estate identified above and as more particularly described in the aforesaid Deeds of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A deposit of ten percent (10%) of the bid, cash or certified check may be required at the time of each sale with settlement within thirty (30) days from the date of sale. Each sale will be expressly subject to all easements, restrictions, and liens, including mechanics’ liens whether filed or unfiled, which may lawfully affect the herein described property or be superior to the lien of the herein referenced deeds of trust. Conveyance shall be with special warranty. Purchaser shall assume any unpaid real estate taxes for the current year from the date of sale. The real estate will be sold in "AS IS" condition. Neither the Trustee, holder of each note secured by the aforesaid Deeds of Trust, nor the auction firm will deliver possession of the real estate to the successful bidder. The Trustee reserves the right to: withdraw any or all of the properties from sale at any time prior to the termination of bidding; and to keep the bidding open for any length of time. Additional terms may be announced at the time of each sale. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this firm is a debt collector attempt-

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y p ing to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Stephen E. Scarce and/or Meredith L. Yoder, Substitute Trustees, Parker, Pollard, Wilton & Peaden, P.C., 6802 Paragon Place, Suite 300, Richmond, Virginia, 23230, (804) 262-3600 or contact www.tranzo n.com, auction number fx1726 or call 757-473-3000. Publication dates: June 20, 2013, June 27, 2013, July 4, 2013, and July 11, 2013 VIRGINIA: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND HUGH ELLIOTT DUVALL and DORA PATRICIA DUVALL, Plaintiff v.

Case No. CL13-79

J. J. DUVAL, M. F. DUVAL, W. M. DUVAL, ISAAC T. DUVAL, JOHN H. DUVAL, ANNIE DUVAL, ROSA JACKSON, WALTER S. JACKSON, JANE DUVAL, T.F. DUVAL, ANNIE DUVAL, LAURA FARRAR, DOCTOR FARRAR, CARRIE EDWARDS, EUGENE EDWARDS, HENRIETTA WATSON, A/K/A HARRIET DUVAL, ISSAC T. DUVALL, JR., C. M. DUVAL, ALICE DUVAL, MARY LUCY TATE, GILBERT TATE, REBECCA DUVAL, JOSHUA DUVAL AND LUCY DUVAL, IF LIVING, OR THEIR UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, CREDITORS AND SUCCESSORS IN INTEREST IF ANY OF THEM ARE DECEASED, MADE PARTIES HERE TO BY THE DESIGNATION "PARTIES UNKNOWN," WHOSE NAMES AS "DUVAL" ARE SOMETIMES SPELLED "DUVALL," Defendants. ORDER OF PUBLICATION The object of this suit is to quiet title to and establish title in the Plaintiffs to a certain 17 1/2 +/acre parcel of land in Byrd District, Goochland County, VA., designated on the Goochland County Tax Map as Tax Map Parcel No. 5-1-0-52-0 and located at the southern terminus of Coleman Road (the "Property"). An affidavit having been made and signed that the names and whereabouts of the said Defendants and their heirs, devisees, creditors and successors in interest are unknown, it is hereby ORDERED, that each of said parties appear on or before August 27, 2013, and do whatever is necessary to protect their interest in said land. ENTERED: 06/21/2013 Timothy K. Sanner, Judge An Exact Teste: Lee G. Turner, Clerk I ASK FOR THIS: Darvin E. Satterwhite, p.q. Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities!

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www.goochlandgazette.com TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 30 DAHLGREN ROAD, RICHMOND, VA 23238 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $416,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 4.625000% from TROY C. BALDRIDGE AND EMILY D. BALDRIDGE dated June 29, 2007, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND as Deed Instrument Number 070003472, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction in the COUNTY OF GOOCHLAND, on the front steps at the Circuit Court building for the County of Goochland located at 2938 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia on July 17, 2013 at 5:00 PM, the property with improvements to wit: ALL that certain tract or parcel of land, with all the improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being in Dover District, Goochland County, Virginia, containing 1.108 acres, as shown on a plat made by J. K. Timmons & Associates, P.C., dated March 10, 1987, entitled "Plat Showing Improvements on 1.108 Acres of Land Lying on The East Line of Dahlgren Road, Dover District, Goochland Co., Virginia", a copy of which plat is attached to and recorded with Deed in Deed Book 212, page 261 and being more particularly bounded and described in accordance with said plat as follows: BEGINNING at a rod found on the eastern line of Dahlgren Road, distant thereon 778.65 feet northeast of the eastern line of Mystic Lake Court extended; thence along the eastern line of Dahlgren Road along a curve to the left with a radius of 500.00 feet, an arc distance of 135.00 feet to a rod set; thence leaving the eastern line of Dahlgren Road S. 53° 56’ 49" E. 275.01 feet to a rod found; thence S. 42° 38’ 21" W. 225.00 feet to a rod found; thence N. 34° 58’ 59" W. 275.00 feet to the point and place of beginning. BEING the same real estate conveyed to Troy C. Baldridge and Emily D. Baldridge, husband and wife, as tenants by the entirety with the right of survivorship as at common law, by Deed from Gary R. Sappenfield and Janet F. Sappenfield, husband and wife, dated June 28, 2007, and to be recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court of Goochland County, Virginia, immediately prior hereto. AND further described in the above Deed of Trust. (Tax Map No. 67-1-14A) THIS COMMUNICATION IS FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $15,000.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or cashier’s check. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustees may forfeit deposit. Additional terms to be announced at sale. Loan type: Conventional. Reference Number 13-234984. PROFESSIONAL FORECLOSURE CORPORATION OF VIRGINIA, Substitute Trustees, C/O SHAPIRO BROWN & ALT, LLP, 236 Clearfield Avenue, Suite 215, Virginia Beach, Virginia 23462 (757) 687-8777. Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 for more details!

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DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Goochland County Planning and Zoning THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING IN THE BOARD MEETING ROOM IN THE GOOCHLAND COUNTY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING LOCATED AT 1800 SANDY HOOK ROAD, GOOCHLAND, VIRGINIA THURSDAY, July 11, 2013 ON THE FOLLOWING:

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Park Partners, LLC requesting zoning reclassification from A-2 (Agricultural, General) to RPUD (Residential, Plan Unit Development) for approximately 59.3 acres. The property is located on Hockett Road on Assessor’s Parcel No. 58-1-0-93-0 (GPIN 7726-14-9484) on east side of Hockett Road just south of The Parke at Centerville in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to develop a 100 lot single-family subdivision. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Residential, Maximum 2.5 units/acre. Anyone may attend and express opinion on the above. A copy of any of the items scheduled for public hearing may be viewed at the County Administration Building, Department of Community Development, Planning and Zoning Office, each business day between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)). E-mail address: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us

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