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ROCKETS’ RED GLARE Fireworks show draws largest crowd to date “We used to go to Cartersville,” said Jillian Kilbo of Powhatan, who came to Goochland with her husband John Folks came from miles around to see and their four children for the show, the annual Fourth of July fireworks dis- which started promptly at 9 p.m. in the play at the Sports Complex in Goochland afterglow of dusk. Courthouse Thursday night. But last year there was no show By Ken Odor Special Correspondent

in Cartersville, so the Kilbos came to Goochland. They were back again this year, sitting on the hill just above the skateboard park. The football field at the complex – in years past a see Fireworks > page 4

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Herb Griffith, head of Goochland’s Electoral Board, told the Goochland County Board of Supervisors that unfunded mandates are hitting the registrar’s office in the form of voter photo identifications, background checks for non-violent offenders and voter registration via the Internet.

Last primary election no bang for the buck By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer

Top, Sarah Grove waves a sparkler while she and the rest of the Grove family wait for the fireworks to begin. Above, crowds gather well before the show.

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Fireworks brighten the sky Thursday night at the annual Fourth of July celebration at Goochland Courthouse. Goochland County Parks and Recreation officials said more than 15,000 people – the most ever – turned out to see the show.

Last month’s Democratic Party Primary election was no bargain for Goochland County taxpayers. According to Goochland Electoral Board chair Herb Griffith, the balloting costs county taxpayers almost $40 a vote, largely due to the low turnout. “I’m sure that it’s no secret to you that we had a primary election back on the 11th of June,” Griffith said. “I’m sure it was important to at least four individuals – the candidates – but it was not very important to a number of other people.” see Primary > page 4


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Correction Two persons were misidentified in the article, “Some residents welcome Benedictine’s arrival,” that appeared in the July 4 edition. Keith Marcus is the husband of Tracy Marcus, who was interviewed for the story. Chris Patton, husband of Nina Patton, who also was interviewed for the story, is the coach of the Benedictine Lacrosse team. We regret the error.

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Construction on the 254unit Retreat at West Creek apartment community is underway near the intersection of West Broad Street and U.S. 288 in the new “Notch” portion of the West Creek Business Park (a subsection of the larger 3,500-acre park) and will offer one- and two-bedroom apartment homes. Apartment homes will range in size from 700 to 1,308 square feet. The Retreat at West Creek is a development by Kassinger Development Group of Sullivan’s Island, S.C., and Richardson Properties of Greensboro, N.C., and will be managed by Pegasus Residential of Atlanta, Ga. The Notch at West Creek, a 230-acre mixed use development, is proposed to have general and medical office, retail, hospitality, office/service and multifamily development. West Creek Business Park is home to Capital One, CarMax, Virginia Farm Bureau, Hospital Corporation of America, Performance Food Group and The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond. “The Retreat at West Creek will be the first multifamily community in Goochland County setting the bar high for collaboration and quality and offering a new lifestyle choice for those that want to live in Goochland,” Bob Minnick, who serves on the Goochland County Board of Supervisors, said. “We are pleased that The Retreat at West Creek has started the leasing process. We evaluated many multifamily developers and selected the development team that would best fit with our long-term goals for The Notch at West Creek,” said

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Tommy Pruitt, managing partner of West Creek Associates “We are encouraged by the response we have seen thus far and The Retreat at West Creek sets the stage for additional development for the Notch at West Creek.” The Retreat at West Creek will maintain the high standards of previous Kassinger Development Group communities with luxury amenities such as a resort-style clubhouse complete with Wi-Fi access, a business center/study and a gourmet coffee bar for the residents’ enjoyment. The community also will include a cabana with an out-

door kitchen, pool, fitness center, walking trails, pet parks, and car care center. The development will offer aesthetically pleasing construction details and features that keep with the natural surroundings of the area. Due to the high demand for upscale apartment living in the West Creek area, reservations are being accepted now and pre-leasing will begin in August. The first apartment homes will be ready for occupancy this fall. For more information, visit www.TheRetreatatWestCreek. com.

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School division supports role of health advisory board By Ben Orcutt Staff Writer

Despite a state mandate that public school systems maintain health advisory boards ends this year, Goochland County Public Schools is keeping its advisory board in place. “We are keeping it, yes, because we see the value,� said Marti VanEpps, a nurse with GCPS and a member of the School Health Advisory Board. At the June 25 meeting of the Goochland County School Board, GCPS School Health Advisory Board chairman Kelly Browning presented the group’s annual report. One of the recommendations, Browning said, was to discourage the use of candy, especially in elementary schools, as a reward for success.

While not recommending a complete ban on sweets, Browning said schools also should look to include healthier alternatives. “A little less of the sugar and a little more in the variety of choices,� she said. Also, based on findings from the National Association for Sports and Physical Education, Browning said the advisory board is discouraging withholding of physical education as a form of punishment. That was music to District 2 School Board member W. Kevin Hazzard’s ears, who said he applauded the recommendation. With regard to “rowdy boys,� he said, “That’s exactly what they need to blow off some steam.� School Board chair John D. Wright also praised the advisory board’s report, noting its

consistency on nutrition and physical safety. Following the School Board meeting, VanEpps and Browning talked about the School Health Advisory Board’s mission and the reasons behind some of the its recommendations. “Our goal is basically to look at different issues and then make suggestions to the [School] Board and they would act on that,� VanEpps said. “School health looks at safety issues. It looks at education issues – anything that involves general school health of students, staff and community.� Endorsing the elimination of withholding physical activity as a form of punishment was important to the advisory board, Browning said. “We feel like it’s important that that’s mixed into the day of

students, especially elementary school kids and so we wanted to reinforce that we would recommend using other forms of behavior management and not doing away with [physical activity],� she said. Browning also expounded on the reason the advisory panel believes that keeping a tab on a student’s height and weight is a good idea. “We’re not identifying any individuals,� she said, adding the advisory board is looking for overall trends. “I think – just over time – look at if things are changing, if things are going in a direction that we don’t want them to.� The reverse also is true, VanEpps added, noting that recording height and weight allows them to “see positive effects of changes that we are making.�

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Marti VanEpps, left, a nurse with Goochland County Public Schools and a member of the School Health Advisory Board, and Kelly Browning, chairman of the advisory board, said they are excited about the panel’s mission to keep an eye on health issues and to make recommendations to the Goochland County School Board.

VDOF awards $200,000 in grants to 154 volunteer fire departments Contributed Report

Through its Volunteer Fire Assistance (VFA) program, the Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) awarded more than $200,000 in grants to 154 volunteer fire departments (VFDs), including Manakin-Sabot, across the Commonwealth. The grants, ranging in size from $500 to $2,600, were awarded and will be used by the VFDs for such purchases as personal protective equipment, communications gear, water tanks for brush trucks, wildland fire specialty tools and training materials. Manakin-Sabot is receiving $1,000. “The VFA program provides vital funding to the many

volunteer fire departments that assist us with the suppression of wildfires across the state,� said John Miller, director of VDOF’s resource protection division. “This money helps VFDs purchase much-needed equipment that provides for the safety of both the public and these volunteer firefighters. I only wish we had enough funding to support all their needs.� Volunteer fire departments provide VDOF with receipts for their equipment purchases. Under the terms of the grant, VDOF reimburses VFDs up to the amount approved for their eligible purchases. A total of 163 fire departments applied for grants this year, and 154 were approved. The requests for support

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Primary continued from >page 1 A total number of 409 voters took advantage of the primary in Goochland. “Our expenses to set up for the primary election were $15,562.98. For each vote that was cast, it cost the taxpayers of Goochland County $38.05,” Griffith told board members during Citizens Time at the Tuesday, July 2, meeting. The latest figures are typical for non-presidential year primaries, a fact that hasn’t escaped the ire of Goochland lawmakers. “Your electoral board thinks this is an extraordinary price to pay for so few people choosing to exercise their right to select their government,” Griffith said. Supervisors have repeatedly included measures in their General Assembly legislative agenda that would address some of these costs, which could be considered another unfunded mandate. “This is a matter that our legislative officials should have drawn to their attention. I know it has been drawn to their attention before, and I trust you will bring it their attention again,” Griffith said. Griffith also pointed it to at least three unfunded mandates that took effect July 1, placing more burdens on the registrar’s office.

The voter registration by Internet, photo ID bill and restored non-violent criminals’ voting rights are all unfunded for localities. Griffith said those costs are unknown, but said access to the state’s crime database could cost a considerable amount of money. “This is being death dealt by a few thousand cuts,” Griffith said, referring to the unfunded mandates on the Registrar’s Office. New voting machines also will be required by 2016 at a cost of about $80,000. The county currently has one district that has made the transition to paper ballots. Long-time Goochland poll worker and Oilville resident Ann James asked why the county would return to paper ballots. “As a person who worked the polls for 10 years and started out with paper ballots, I don’t understand why they are going back,” James said Griffith said the machines are dependable and fast, “a very efficient process,” but bulky. “It requires two people and a panel truck to move them,” he said. Griffith urged supervisors to relay the message to delegates and senators in Richmond. “I hope you will take this to heart what I’m saying and when you talk with our senators and delegates that you express your interest and concerns in having this sort of unfunded

mandate cast upon the boards and voters of Goochland County.” In his annual update on this year’s General Assembly session, county attorney Norman Sales said all three bills related to election and registrar funding in the county’s agenda failed passage in this year’s assembly. Supervisors considered items for this year’s list, and the three legislative measures that would address primary costs to localities and provide money for other unfunded requirements. District 1 supervisor Susan Lascolette said the fewer items on the agenda, the better its chances of approval and urged her fellow board members to trim the initial list. County Administrator Rebecca Dickson agreed and suggested bundling the three bills into one or two. Board members expressed a desire to tailor one of the bills to allow political parties to pay for their respective primaries, a measure that has failed in past sessions. Analyst Paul Drumwright presented the county’s proposed 2014 legislative agenda that included the three bills that would require funding of primaries by sources other than localities. That list will be tweaked, narrowed and refined before supervisors meet with their legislative team in August.

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Fireworks continued from >page 1 congregating point for watching the show – was roped off to allow recently seeded grass to grow. “It’s an easy in and out,” said Kilbo, “so laid back,” she said of the festivities. “It was our best show to date, both from an attendance standpoint and from the quality of the show,” Derek Stamey, Goochland County Parks and Recreation and Facilities director, said. “The weather was great this year, which I’m sure helped. The community has greatly supported this event and even folks from our neighboring counties are beginning to take notice and attend.” Goochland County residents made up the majority of viewers. David Grove of Georges Tavern, who also said he used to go to Cartersville, brought his three daughters. They waved sparklers while they waited for the show to begin. While the fireworks are the attraction, Grove said the annual event has a deeper meaning. “To me, it means our independence as a country,” he said. “There are very few democracies left.” “It was about when George Washington was fighting the British,” said Annika Kilbo, 11, when asked what the celebration represents. “To me, it means freedom from oppressive government,” added her

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A brilliant firework display lights up the sky at the annual Fourth of July celebration at Goochland Courthouse.

father John, who said he was concerned about citizens’ freedoms. “We know our rights are being challenged.” Troy Dubay of Chesterfield County, who said he has been bringing his family to the Goochland event for four years, said celebrating the country’s independence is important. “But the time with family is the key.” The fireworks show moved to the Sports Complex in 2009 from Hidden Rock Park and attendance has climbed steadily, except for a slight dip in 2011 when there was a rain delay.

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A successful educational opportunity for cattle farmers Contributed Report

The Powhatan and Goochland Extension Offices held an educational two-day program for area cattle farmers in partnership with ABS Global Inc. and the Virginia Department of Corrections, James River Agribusiness. This course was geared toward those interested in learning more about artificial insemination of their

cattle herds. Fourteen participants, including three 4-H members, completed the course with goals to return to their operations and apply their new learned knowledge. There are many reasons to implement an artificial insemination program into your breeding herd. Many of these advantages include – but are not limited to – the availability of geneti-

cally superior bulls, potential increased growth of calves equating to more profits for farmers, and developing a defined calving season to utilize labor and other resources more efficiently. Those interested in what educational programs Virginia Cooperative Extension has to offer you are urged to visit http://offices.ext.vt.edu/goochland/ or call the office at 804556-5841.

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Naturalist training offered this fall Contributed Report

Virginia Master Naturalists, who are volunteer educators, citizen scientists and stewards helping Virginia conserve and manage natural resources and public lands, will present a basic training class in the fall. The next basic training class will meet from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays from Sept. 10 to Dec. 10. Members of the James River Master Naturalist Chapter concentrate these good works in Goochland and Powhatan counties. The course includes an

exciting lineup of lessons, field trips and expert instructors to help you learn about our natural environment. This 40-hour class will fulfill basic training requirement to become a master naturalist member. Members must complete eight hours of advanced training and 40 hours of volunteer service to become a certified master naturalist. Then each year you continue with advanced training and service to maintain the certification. The local chapter has been fortunate to spend a lot of service time at Belmead this year.

Future projects are in the works at Powhatan Wildlife Management Area, Powhatan State Park and several places in Goochland. The fee of $125 will cover class materials, books, and expenses. For an application and more information, contact Michelle Whitehurst, JRMN membership coordinator, at 804-6907911 or e-mail shelwhitehurst@ gmail.com. For more information on Virginia Master Naturalists please visit the website. http:// www.virginiamasternaturalist. org/

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Life in the country a feast for the senses

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By Roslyn Ryan, Contributing Columnist As I have mentioned in these pages a time or two before, I will occasionally get the chance to talk to old friends who have either never enjoyed the pleasures of country life or who have long ago exchanged their rural childhood homes for life in the big city. Trying to be a sport about it, I don’t usually brag about the lifestyle we enjoy a few dozen miles outside the city limits – one where we don’t have to worry about traffic snarls or late-night sirens wailing. And it’s not as though city life doesn’t have some perks (a few of my urban-dwelling friends probably couldn’t relate to having no 24-hour pharmacy nearby or not being able to use the bathroom when the power goes out). Still, there is one aspect of country life that – and I am not ashamed to admit this – I have embraced at least as much as the unspoiled landscape and friendly neighbors. I’m talking about the food. Please don’t think I am trying to say that I had never had good food before moving to Powhatan: Growing up with Italian roots, after all, means never having to say “I’m hungry.” But it was not until I moved to Powhatan more than a decade ago that I came to understand what it truly meant, as a verb, to eat. Now that summer is fully underway, I know you know what I’m talking about. Go to even the most

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modest of family gatherings around these parts and you are likely to see a spread fit for 10 kings: mounds of homemade potato salad, casseroles of every color, and meat – so much meat! I recently went to a birthday party that featured sausages, hamburgers, steak and chicken, a carnivore’s delight, all in addition to a dessert table that I actually feared might collapse under the weight of one too many homemade pies. (I have to admit I did not know what a trifle was until I moved to the country. Now I am seriously thinking about starting a petition to change the name – something that delightful, I believe, deserves a more fitting moniker.) Some might say that we overindulge, that we eat too much and don’t appreciate the bounty we’ve been given. To them I would say “phooey” – provided my mouth wasn’t full – and then point out that food is perhaps the best way I can think of to gather together and celebrate all we do have, particularly our friends and our family. So here’s to all of us, as we continue to crowd our tables and enjoy each other’s company. And if you happen to be reading this from outside the confines of our happy country locale, have no fear: I’ll save you a plate. Roslyn Ryan is editor of Powhatan Today and Cumberland Today.

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James F. Lane, superintendent of Goochland County Public Schools, is shown congratulating recently-retired Goochland Gazette editor Ken Odor on being named by the Goochland County School Board to the Virginia School Boards Association Media Honor Roll.

Letters to the Editor Goochland should welcome Benedictine Mark Busser said it so well in last week’s letter – Goochland should be welcoming to our community a valuable addition such as Benedictine rather than continually setting up impediments. The school is using land that is already developed. It will add prestige and value rather than detract. Let’s move on from the negative view and see the positives the school will bring. Eileen Ford Columbia

Powers allowed for Congress Our federal Constitution has clearly defined authorized activities that are enumerated. And, the first nine amendments state specifically what the government cannot do while the 10th amendment states that if something

isn’t specifically mentioned, government can’t do that either. Most of the power of the government is given to Congress, which has the sole authority to make laws – not the president by way of executive orders – or judges by way of judgments. Mainly the enumerated list of what Congress is authorized to do are: „ Pay debts, „ Sign treaties, „ Borrow money, „ Regulate commerce with foreign nations by collecting tariffs and between the states

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by allowing it without heavy tariffs, Establish rules of naturalization and bankruptcies, Punish counterfeiters, Establish post office and post roads, Establish patents, Establish courts below the Supreme Court, Declare war, and Establish a military and provide for our defense. see Letters > page 7

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Several Va. counties seeing increased levels of southern pine beetles Contributed Report

Based on the spring trapping survey, the southern pine beetle (SPB), once again, is not expected to reach outbreak levels in most Virginia locations, but there are several areas – including Goochland County - that have seen increased populations of the bug, according to officials with the Virginia Department of Forestry. Populations increased somewhat in Cumberland and Chesterfield counties compared to last year, but overall numbers were still relatively low, according to Dr. Chris Asaro, forest health specialist. “As always, this does not mean that localized infesta-

tions will not occur. In fact, western Hanover County has been plagued with SPB outbreaks for the last three years, and there is a fair probability that it will be declared an outbreak county by year’s end if current trends continue,” Asaro said. An outbreak is defined as one SPB spot per thousand acres of host type (pine) per unit area, but this is a crude definition because many small spots can join together to form one large spot, which has happened in Hanover already. “Folks in southern portions of Spotsylvania and Caroline counties, as well as eastern portions of Louisa and Goochland

counties, may want to keep a close eye on their pines for any potential spillover from Hanover. The hope is that there is enough hardwood cover around to prevent any major spillover, but large areas of contiguous pine cover would obviously be a concern,” Asaro said. “Another area experiencing outbreak levels of SPB is Chincoteague/Assateague Island, although there is no widespread activity reported along the rest of the Eastern Shore.” Virginia has not experienced a statewide outbreak of SPB since 1993, when more than 50 counties were affected and $14 million worth of tim-

ber destroyed. The Virginia Department of Forestry protects and develops healthy, sustainable forest resources for Virginians. Headquartered in Charlottesville, the Agency has forestry staff members assigned to every county to provide citizen service and public safety protection across the Commonwealth. VDOF is an equal opportunity provider. With nearly 16 million acres of forestland and more than 144,000 Virginians employed in forestry, forest products and related industries, Virginia forests provide more than $27.5 Billion annually in benefits to the Commonwealth.

Goochland celebrates Hometown Heroes Contributed Report

Goochland residents Ann and Doug Rohrer are among the 2013 winners recognized as Hometown Heroes with the annual award from Allen, Allen, Allen & Allen. The Rohrers were honored for their efforts to help a co-worker who was brutally attacked in a school parking lot. “I feel they were placed exactly where they were needed at the right time for this intervention,” wrote their nominator. Previous winners from Goochland include Grace Butler and Howard Henley. In 2012, Butler was awarded for

Letters continued from >page 6 Nowhere does the Constitution authorize involvement in education, housing,

pouring of response from across the region. The selected Hometown Heroes include first responders, neighborhood advocates, foster parents, disability advocates, teachers and small business owners. Each of the local individuals selected represent a unique and inspiring story of giving in some capacity, Kerns said, either on a large scale or through small everyday acts of kindness. This year’s winners will be honored at a series of award events taking place in Richmond, Fredericksburg and Charlottesville. Previous winners also are expected to be in attendance.

starting a local food pantry and volunteering with CASA where she accompanies abused children in court. Henley, a founding member of Goochland Fire-Rescue, identified the need for organized fire protection in 1951 and acted upon it. The law firm launched the award in 2010 as a way to celebrate the firm’s 100 years in business. “This is an exciting time of year for Allen & Allen -- it’s time for the firm, and the community at large, to celebrate the act of giving,” Trent Kerns, president of Allen & Allen, said. “The Hometown Heroes award is an annual tradition for Allen

& Allen to pay tribute to the citizens of the Commonwealth who define what it takes to be a true hero.” Kerns said Allen & Allen was inspired by community members who spend each day improving the cities, small towns and neighborhoods throughout the Commonwealth of Virginia. Nominations for the annual Hometown Heroes award were accepted from April 1 to May 3. The public was asked to complete a nomination form in honor of their favorite local hero responsible for generating positive and measurable change in the community. The firm received an out-

health care, agriculture or foreign aid, sending troops into battle without a declaration of war by Congress and on and on. Our legislators take an oath to uphold the Constitution.

If we would require them to the land of the free. We don’t need to change do so, the federal government would be about 20 percent the the Constitution – we just need size that it is now: We would to abide by the one we have. Sue Long have a balanced budget and North money to pay off our debt. And America would again be

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CALENDAR: Community Events 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. 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. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804749-3146 or visit the library.

Sunday, July 14 The G.M. Thompson Memorial Chorus of the Shady Grove Baptist Church will celebrate its 33rd Anniversary at 4 p.m. at 3384 Oakland Church Road in Gum Spring. The Jones family of Fluvanna and the Promise Keepers of Richmond will be the special guests. The public is invited to come and praise the Lord. For more information, call 804556-3453.

Wednesday, July 17 Amazing Alpaca Adventures 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 craft with their wool. For more information, call 804-749-3146 or visit the library. Toddler Storytime begins at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. Toddler Storytime is for 2-year-olds, who must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call 804556-4774 or visit the library at

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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 Museum program. For more information, call 804-556-4774 or visit the library.

Preschool Storytime begins at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West for children 3 to 5 years old. Mother Goose Storytime begins at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 to 24 months, who must be accompanied by an adult. For more information. Incredible Insects begins call 804- 556-4774 or visit the at 1 p.m. at the Cochrane library. Rockville Branch Library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Rock Painting begins at 6 What’s the difference between p.m. at the Goochland Branch an insect and a spider? What Library at 3075 River Road do insects like for lunch? Learn West. Participants, who must about the lives of insects and be 11 to 18 years old, will paint meet some live ones at this a rock with an inspirational Virginia Living Museum proword or a favorite design. gram. For more information, Bring a friend. Pizza, drinks call 804-749-3146 or visit the and dessert will be provided by library. the Friends of the Goochland Library. For more informaWednesday, July 24 tion, call 804-556-4774 or visit Toddler Storytime will the library at 3075 River Road be held at 11 a.m. at the West. Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River Road West. Toddler Friday, July 19 storytime is 2-year-olds, who Toddler Storytime begins must be accompanied by an at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane adult. For more information, Rockville Branch Library at call 804-556-4774 or visit the 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2- 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 information, call 804-749-3146 or visit at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library at 3075 River the library. Road West. For ages 3 to 5 years A Friday Family Film old. Mother Goose Storytime Festival begins at 1 p.m. at the begins at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 Cochrane Rockville Branch to 24 months. An accompanyLibrary at 16600 Pouncey Tract ing adult is required. For more Road. See a family movie on information, call 804-556-4774 the big screen. Refreshments or visit the library. provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more Friday, July 26 information, call 804-749-3146 Toddler Storytime begins or visit the library. at 10:15 a.m. at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library at Tuesday, July 23 16600 Pouncey Tract for 2Incredible Insects begins year-olds, who must be accom-

panied 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. 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. Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Rockville Library. For more information, call 804749-3146 or visit the library.

Tuesday, July 30 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.

Wednesday, July 31 Toddler Storytime begins 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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BUREN, John Marsden, 90, of Colonial Heights, passed away Sunday, June 30, 2013. He was born August 18, 1922, to the late Samuel R. and Eva P. Beale Buren; and was preceded in death by a brother, Douglas Buren; and a sister, Kathleen B. Davis. Mr. Buren was a United States Army Veteran, a Charter member of Swift Creek Baptist Church in Colonial Heights, and retired after 30 years of service from Brown & Williamson Tobacco Company. He is survived by his wife, Jane H. Buren of Colonial Heights; son, John T. Buren of Colonial Heights; daughter, Cheryl F. Sheppard and husband, Randy, of Goochland; granddaughter, Lindsey Sheppard; sister-in-law, Julia Buren of Colonial Heights; nephew, Douglas R. Buren Jr. and wife Sharron; niece, Carol Ricker and husband Don of Chester;

cousin, Mary Allen Clark and husband Jack of Washington State. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, July 3, 2013, in Swift Creek Baptist Church at 18510 Branders Bridge Rd. in Colonial Heights, with the Rev. Dr. Steve Felker officiating. Interment followed in Southlawn Memorial Park in Prince George. The family received friends on Tuesday, July 2, 2013, at the Colonial Heights Chapel of E. Alvin Small Funeral Homes and Crematory at 2033 Blvd. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Swift Creek Baptist Church Building Fund.

Daniel Hollenberg HOLLENBERG, Daniel W., 20, of Mechanicsville, entered eternal rest on June 27, 2013. He is survived by his mother, Elizabeth W. White (Bryan); father, Bradley Hollenberg (Iva) of

McKinney, Texas; two sisters, Tammy Miller (Mike) and Debra Goad (Travis); brother, Brian Hollenberg of McKinney, Texas; stepbrother, Kristopher Conte of McKinney, Texas; nieces and nephew, Lexi and London Miller, Baylee and Logan Goad; grandparents, Thomas and Elizabeth Whitt of Goochland and Richard and Jean Hollenberg of Katy, Texas; and a host of other loving family and friends. A service was held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 6, at the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home at 8014 Lee-Davis Rd. Inurnment followed in Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Cool Spring Baptist Church Recreation Fund.

The Goochland County Board of Zoning Appeals will continue deliberations on an appeals hearing at 11 a.m. on Friday, July 12, in the board meeting room in the County Administration Building at 1800 Sandy Hook Rd. in Goochland. An application for appeal filed by Andrew Thexton, James

E. Harris Jr., Delano Richardson and Berlene Richardson will be addressed. They are requesting an appeal of the Jan. 29 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 # 772326-0038) 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 A-2, for which the use

Goochland Chamber offers networking event The Goochland Chamber of Commerce will host a Networking Before Business from 7:30 to 8:30 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 are scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17.

“Women in Business” will be presented from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 30, at The Rumble Seat Grill in Manakin Sabot. The 22nd Annual Golf Tournament is being planned for Tuesday, Sept. 10, at the Sycamore Creek Golf Course. A 1 p.m. shotgun start is scheduled. For more information, call 804-556-3811 or e-mail director@goochlandchamber.org.

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Beaumont teachers facing layoffs due to budget cuts By Roslyn Ryan Staff Writer

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ity education while meeting national and state education standards.” The state operates three juvenile correctional facilities, including Beaumont, Culpeper Juvenile Correctional Center and Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center in Chesterfield. Chesterfield’s Oak Ridge Juvenile Correctional Center closed in March, followed by the Hanover Juvenile Correctional Center in April. In a recent letter from Department of Juvenile Justice director Mark A. Gooch to Division of Education employees, he assured them that the department was making every effort to notify those who would be affected by the staffing cuts as soon as possible. In a nod toward the future, Gooch also expressed his con-

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fidence that the cuts would not impact the overall quality of the education the facilities provide. “Regardless of the staff reductions necessitated by the state budget or suggested by

experts,” Gooch wrote, “we are confident that – through our dedicated and professional staff – we will continue to deliver quality educational services to all our students, including those with disabilities.”

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The Goochland County Center for Rural Culture will present its July Homestead Series, “Seed Saving,” from 9 to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 20, at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College at 1851 Dickinson Road in Goochland. As large seed companies continue to patent genes and

control the seed markets, the CRC said “It is important that we help preserve our garden heritage and biodiversity by saving important and local varieties of seeds for the community. This workshop will take the mystery out of seed saving and help you reduce your seed cost for next season.” The hands-on workshop will have participants har-

vesting fruits and vegetables, extracting their seeds and processing them for preserving until next season. The program is being offered free of charge but registration is required because space is limited. For more information, call the Center for Rural Culture at 804-878-2166 or e-mail info@centerforruralculture. org.

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‘Silent Cal’ speaks through his strokes By Eric Kolenich Richmond Times-Dispatch

NOVA coach Geoff Brown said that Townley Haas is the living reincarnation of Calvin Coolidge. What’s the correlation? “We call him ‘Silent Cal,’” Brown said in reference to the nickname of former President Coolidge who was known for speaking very few words. “He hasn’t really said very much since he was a child but the great thing about that is that he’s unflappable and he’s not one of those celebratory kids after a race. He has a wonderfully even temperament so that when he does something he’s never done before, all he kind of does is look over at you as the coach to see what you’re reaction is. “Townley doesn’t get overly excited externally about anything he does. I think that’s the mark of someone who can get really, really good,” Brown said. Hass may well be on his way to becoming really good. The Benedictine rising junior swam away from the area’s competition, owning the top times in all six of the freestyle events to be selected as boys all-metro swimmer of the year. “It’s pretty exciting,” Haas said about the recognition. “I never really thought I would be named swimmer of the year at my age so I guess it’s a pretty big deal.” As par with his 6-4 frame, Haas’ reach in the pool stretches from the 50 freestyle up to the 1,650 free. He has switched his focus more so to the longer distances such as the 500 and 1,000 when he saw that he can do well across the longer lengths. “Last year, I began swimming it and realized that I was pretty good at it so I started training for that more,” Haas said. Brown spoke about Haas’ transition from being predominately a sprinter to broadening his range. “When Townley was younger, he was basically a sprinter. As a 10-yearold, it was the 50 freestyle and he didn’t want to do much beyond that. Now, he’s 50 thru the 1650. He’s a big

Goochland All-Metro selections Staff Reports Richmond Times-Dispatch GIRLS TENNIS First team CONNOR BREWER School: Collegiate Year: Senior The skinny: Brewer went 15-5 and won the LIS title in the No. 1 position. As a team, Collegiate advanced to the VISAA state championship. In doubles, which she played with four different partners, she went 14-4 and finished runner-up in the LIS tournament. This is the second year she was named first-team All-Metro. She will play at Villanova. Best sports memory: “When I played with Steffi Graf and Andre Agassi at VCU.” Second team Charlotte Bemiss, St. Catherine’s, junior Photos by Mark Gormus

Above, boys’ All -Metro swimmer of the year Townley Haas of NOVA Aquatics and Benedictine takes some freestyle practice laps in June. His quiet, unflappable demeanor has earned him the nickname “Silent Cal,” but his reticence does not apply to his swimming. The rising junior earned the swimmer of the year honor by turning in all six of the top boys’ freestyle performances this year.

time distance freestyler, one of the better ones in the country,” Brown said. “Kind of a surprise as far as if you wouldn’t have picked him out as 9, 10-year old you would have gone, ‘huh?’” Back in December, Haas competed at the 10th anniversary of the Tom Dolan Invitational held at the

University of Maryland. There, he set the new Commonwealth record in the 500 yard freestyle for his age group (15-16 year olds) with a 4:23.47. It was also the 18th fastest time in the nation for his age group. “It was pretty exciting,” Haas said about breaking the record. “The person I beat was the top swimmer in my age group.”

In March at the National Club Swimming Association, Haas finished second in the 500 yard freestyle, third in the 1650 free and ninth in the 100 free. “The NCSA was an 18 and under meet so finishing third in the mile is a pretty big achievement for me,” Haas said.

BOYS TENNIS First team BRADY STRAUS School: Collegiate Year: Senior The skinny: Straus, who was the AllMetro player of the year last year, went 12-1 in singles and won the Prep League title in the No. 1 spot. Since the start of the eighth grade, Straus lost only two matches. He went 9-0 in doubles and won the Prep League title with teammate William Howells. Collegiate, which won its fifth straight Prep League championship, named him its outstanding senior male athlete for the whole school. He’s the first tennis player to win the award. Best sports memory: “My freshman year, playing in the soccer state finals. It was pouring rain and the match went to PKs.” GIRLS SOCCER First team VIRGINIA JESSELSON School: St. Catherine’s Position: Forward Year: Freshman The skinny: Jesselson’s first year at St. Catherine’s was a successful one, as she scored 30 goals and had 12 assists for the VISAA champion Saints. She was named first team all-LIS and all-VISAA. Best sports memory: “When we beat Collegiate in the sleet.”

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Autism no obstacle to baseball dreams By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Dustin Powers has known for years that he learned things differently than most other kids, but he never let that get in the way of his pursuit of one of his great passions in life – baseball. Powers, the son of Duane and Amy Powers and a student at Goochland High School, has played baseball for years, most recently on one of Goochland’s Dixie 15-17 baseball teams. He also has Asperger’s Syndrome, a less severe form of autism. Decades ago, youths such as Powers would have been put into special schools or special classrooms and discouraged from participating in sports. Powers, though, is not so easily discouraged. “I’ve been playing baseball since I was 7-years-old,” he said. “I enjoy playing and I enjoy watching baseball. … I’ve been loving baseball ever since I was little.” One of his classmates at Goochland High School, Ford Slater, said Dustin’s love for baseball is easy to see. “Every time I saw him, he’d

say something to me about baseball. I’d always see him in a Yankees shirt or something,” said Slater, who is a year ahead of Powers at school. “I didn’t have a class with him until this year – my gym class. We were in the gym at the same time. Every time, coming through the locker room, he’d be, ‘Alright, you ready for baseball, Ford?’ … It was almost like he had a countdown to [Goochland Youth Athletic Association] starting.” This season, Powers played third base for the 15-17 team coached by Charles Carter. Like most baseball players, he does not always get the hit, nor does he always makes the play – and, like most players, he gets frustrated with himself when he makes a mistake. But, unlike a lot of players, the frustration never extends to other players’ mistakes, such as in one game the first year Powers and Slater played on a team together – when they were 8 or 9 years old. “I had a decent temper by then,” Slater said. “I got out there and I think I struck out four times in the game.

The fourth time I came in the dugout and stormed past everybody. Nobody would talk to me. I went to the end of the dugout, slammed my stuff down and just sat there with steam coming out of my ears. “I remember the only person – even the coaches, no coaches would talk to me – the only person who would talk to me was Dustin. And he came over and sat down next to me and said, ‘Ford, you know what? That was a good atbat. All four were good at-bats. You’ll get ’em next time.’” His supportive nature is one of the reasons why he is a favorite among his coaches. “He’s just a good-hearted kid,” Carter said. “He’s always been good to work with.” Powers likes school and said his favorite subject is history. “I know a lot of military history … mostly on World War II,” Powers said. “I enjoy learning history. It’s easier to understand, too.” While Powers is not sure what he wants to do after high school, his mother said he asks about studying history, and

Dixie state tournaments to begin By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

The Dixie state baseball tournaments are set to begin Friday, and Goochland will be sending three All-Star teams to compete in the 13-19 year old age groups. All of the tournaments are double elimination. The Dixie Majors state tournament, for 18-19 year olds, will be held at Gene Dixon Park in Dillwyn. Goochland’s

team, managed by Jim Starke, will begin play Friday at 2 p.m. against Amelia. Other teams competing for the Majors title are Buckingham, Carroll, Cumberland, Halifax and Mecklenburg. The Dixie Pre-Majors state tournament, for 15-17 year olds, will be held at Fighting Creek Park in Powhatan. Charles Carter manages Goochland’s Pre-Majors team, which will open play against Carroll Friday at 2 p.m. Other

teams competing in the PreMajors tournament include Amherst, Halifax, Mecklenburg and Powhatan. The Dixie Boys state tournament, for 13-14 year olds, will be held at Mason Day Complex in South Boston. Goochland’s team, managed by Greg Harlow, will open against Timberlake Friday at 5 p.m. Other teams in the Boys division include Amelia, Amherst, Buckingham, Clarksville, Halifax and Powhatan.

possibly becoming a history teacher. Powers is arguably more interested in baseball, however, and on the diamond, he finds a lot of support from his friends – even when they are on the opposing team. “Everyone out there knows how much Dustin loves the game,” Slater said. “So when he makes a great play at third base, everybody claps for him. He’s got that special something. When he gets out there and makes one of those backhand stabs, then throws it all the way across the diamond, it’s crazy.”

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Photos by Dave Lawrence

Top, Dustin Powers (right) doesn’t let Asperger’s Syndrome, a less severe form of autism, get in the way of him pursuing his passion for baseball. Bottom, Powers slides safely into third in a game against Amelia in June.

Catherine’s, 5-2 Pole Vault: Lizie Graumlich, St. continued from >page 12 Catherine’s, 10-0; Taylor Miller, St. Catherine’s, 9-0 3,200 Relay: St. Catherine’s, 9:52.35 Second team Midfield: Erin Menges, Jr., St. 1,600: Libby Parrish, St. Catherine’s, Catherine’s; Jennie Sroba, Collegiate; 5:00.70 800: Libby Parrish, St. Catherine’s, Ellie Sullivan, Sr., Collegiate. Defender: Christina Mills, Sr., 2:16.36 Goochland. BASEBALL Second team SOFTBALL Catcher: Jordan Schmeer, Sr., Second team Catchers: Mallory Knighton, Benedictine Sr., Collegiate; Brandi Tester, Jr., Outfield: Jack Sutton, Sr., Collegiate Goochland. GIRLS SWIMMING Second team GIRLS TRACK High Jump: Isabelle Hinckley, St. 400 IM: Mary Katherine Kish,

4:24.83, Collegiate/PSDN BOYS SWIMMING First team 50 free: Townley Haas, 21.04, Benedictine/NOVA 100 free: Townley Haas, 45.22, Benedictine/NOVA 200 free: Townley Haas, 1:37.51, Benedictine/NOVA 500 free: Townley Haas, 4:23.47, Benedictine/NOVA 1,000 free: Townley Haas, 9:10.73, Benedictine/NOVA 1650 free: Townley Haas, 15:16.37, Benedictine/NOVA Second team Diving: Grayson Busser, Collegiate/ River City Dive


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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 Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 for more details!

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g p g p y 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 attempting 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 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.

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TRUSTEE SALES 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

I ASK FOR THIS: Darvin E. Satterwhite, p.q.

Timothy K. Sanner, Judge An Extract Teste: Lee G. Turner, Clerk

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