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Schools break ground on new projects

Michael Silver and Ashley Hammock walk with their dogs Rolo, left, and Alice, both Hamiltonstovares, through the aisles at Food Lion in Goochland. Alice is Hammock’s service dog while Rolo is in training.

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For the first time in over six years, the Goochland County Public Schools will be breaking ground on capital improvement projects this year. Having been approved as part of the school board’s long range Capital Improvement Plan (CIP), projects for the current and coming fiscal year were discussed by the Board of Supervisors on Jan. 3 during the board’s regularly scheduled meeting. The supervisors voted unanimously to fund the projects and get construction underway. “The alignment between the two boards and overwhelming support for these much-needed improvements was humbling,” said Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Peter Gretz, who led the Facilities Committee through the development of the CIP. “We are excited to be in a position to begin some of the work we have been hoping for the past several years.” The projects to begin immediately include: • Additions to the Goochland High School field house, which will house the Marine Corps Junior Reserve Officer Training see Schools > page 9

little discernible trouble, her condition makes it difficult to do certain tasks, such as retrieving items from low shelves. In that situation, Alice has been trained to stand perfectly still and wait as Hammock lowers herself to her knees. Once Hammock is ready to get up, Alice helps her steady herself and regain her balance. The red vest Alice wears — service dogs are not required by law to wear any kind of identification, but Hammock see Dogs > page 2

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A rare breed indeed By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Eat, play, fetch…grocery shop? When it comes to activities people do with their canine companions, food runs might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But accompanying

her owner on trips to the supermarket is all in a day’s work for Alice, a Hamiltonstovare (see box, page 2) that has served as Goochland resident Ashley Hammock’s service dog for the past two years. Alice has been trained to assist Hammock in dozens of ways, and to see them make their way through the aisles is to witness teamwork in action. Hammock suffers from bilateral clubfoot, a condition that often limits her mobility. Though she is sometimes able to navigate the store with

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When it came time to spell her final word, the one that would earn her first place in the 2014 Goochland County division-wide spelling bee on Jan. 8, Victoria Spooner, 12, faced a bit of a dilemma. The word was “porosity,” and Victoria had never heard or seen it before. Fo r t u n a te l y, “I was able to Spooner kind of sound it out in my head,” she remembered during an interview last week, and her instincts proved to be spot-on. In honor of her win, Victoria was awarded a brand new dictionary and a chance to compete in the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s regional spelling bee on March 8. Victoria’s road to spelling glory began with a spelling test given to students at Goochland Middle School, where she is in seventh grade. After getting nine out of 15 words right, she earned a chance to compete at the school level. Victoria admitted she was a little nervous since she had never

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continued from > 1 says it helps store managers and others to feel more comfortable — is equipped with a special raised handle that Hammock can also use to steady herself as she walks. As their bond has grown stronger, said Hammock, Alice’s abilities have continued to amaze her. Several times, she said, the dog has been able to sense that Hammock is about to lose her balance, alerting her with a gentle nudge to the leg. “It’s like she’s saying ‘Take it easy,’” Hammock said. Alice was in full work mode last Thursday, as she accompanied Hammock and her fiancé, Michael Silver, on a trip to the Food Lion a few miles from Goochland’s courthouse. Also along for the trip was Rolo, a Hamiltonstovare Hammock and Silver are also training to work as a service dog. When it comes to taking her dogs with her into stores and restaurants, Hammock said

reaction is usually very positive. But while Alice and Rolo have developed a loyal fan base around Goochland, Hammock admitted there have been some store owners outside the county who have given her a hard time. “Because I’m not in a wheelchair, people think I’m not disabled,” Hammock said. By law, under the Americans With Disabilites Act, business owners are required to allow service animals access to any area customers are normally permitted to go. Judging from the broad smiles on the faces of those who passed by the little convoy in Food Lion last Thursday, Hammock’s dogs are more than welcome there. For her part, Hammock said she could not be more pleased with the difference having the dogs has made in her life. “My idea from the beginning was that I wanted a healthy dog with a good temperament,” she said. “I couldn’t have asked for a better dog.”

Hamiltonstovars The Hamiltonstovare, a breed native to Sweden and also referred to as the Swedish Foxhound or Hamilton Hound, is exceptionally rare in the United States, with less than 50 of them currently identified. Ashley Hammock’s two Hamiltonstovars, Alice and Rolo, also boast numerous accolades: Alice is the only Hamiltonstovare to win a Best in Show in North America, she is the first Hamiltonstovare to be nominated for an ACE (Award for Canine Excellence) in the Service Dog category by the American Kennel Club. Rolo is the first Hamiltonstovare to earn a weight pull title and his personal best is 1,480 pounds pulled (which is 20 times his body weight). Rolo earned his American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen title in September 2013.

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Jack Martin, right, president of Goochland Rotary Club, presented Dr. James Lane, superintendent of Goochland County Schools, with a grant of $5,000. John Wright, left, is a member of the Goochland County School Board and a past president of the Rotary club.

The environmental sciences program in Goochland County Public Schools received a boost recently, thanks to a $5,000 grant from the Rotary Club of Goochland. “Our club has a long history of supporting the schools in our county. I’m delighted that we can be a partner in this very worthwhile effort,” said Jack Martin, president of the Rotary Club of Goochland. The grant is part of an $11,000 project to help students better understand environmental issues, particularly those that are weather-related. Specifically, Rotary’s donation will help purchase a lightning detector at Byrd Elementary School and establish WeatherBug stations at Goochland and Randolph

elementary schools, Goochland High School, and Goochland Middle School. The project is expected to be fully implemented by the end of May. “The Weather Bug program and the financial and mentoring support of the Rotary Club of Goochland has been a phenomenal enhancement in our schools,” said Dr. James Lane, superintendent of Goochland County Schools. “In addition to the instructional upgrades we have seen in our classrooms, personally, I love being able to log onto the webcam at Byrd Elementary School to monitor weather conditions from my phone through the WeatherBug App.” Lane added that this latest donation will “further improve our instructional programs and

safety initiatives.” The Rotary Club of Goochland is a volunteer service organization, consisting of 54 members who meet each Friday over breakfast at Richmond Country Club. The club’s members provide a wide variety of services for the underprivileged citizens of the county, from delivering free firewood to assisting in the construction of homes for Habitat for Humanity. Selling a House in mond’s Home 23238, 23103, pecialist! or 23039?

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Medarva bringing new medical center to The Notch at West Creek By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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Medarva, the parent company of Medarva Stony Point Surgery Center, has started construction on a medical center located in The Notch at West Creek, hoping to create what President and CEO Bruce P. Kupper describes as a collaborative environment for physicians and a convenient place for patients to find all the services they need. Once complete, the 65,965 square foot facility will feature physicians from primary care to subspecialists and eventually offer diagnostic, surgical and therapeutic services. The Notch at West Creek is a 230-acre mixed-use development and is a sub-sec-

tion of the larger 3,500-acre West Creek Business Park, known as home to Capital One campus and other high-profile businesses. Medarva’s building, set to be completed by December of this year, will be located in a section of The Notch known as West Creek Medical Park. “When we approved the apartments at The Notch last year we believed it would be the spark we needed to get development started in West Creek — and that’s exactly what’s happening,” District 2 supervisor Manuel Alvarez said. “For Medarva it is a great location, because they will be able to attract citizens from Henrico, Goochland and beyond,” Alvarez said. Medarva selected the West Creek

development because of its location at the intersection of 288 and West Broad Street, with I-64 and I-295 interchanges in close proximity. “We believe that this location, like our Stony Point location, will expand Medarva and allow its affiliated physicians’ to be accessible to the entire Central Virginia region,” said Kupper. “This expansion is evidence that we are committed to the Greater Richmond community, our independent physician partners, to funding cutting-edge research and supporting community based organizations that meet the needs of the underserved,” Kupper added. “We are excited to be planting new roots in The Notch and know that it will benefit us and our community,” he said.

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By the time Ernest Shinault reached the third grade, he felt that his teachers had given up on trying to teach him. Although he continued to attend school, he stopped learning before he even mastered his reading skills. He finally dropped out of school in the ninth grade. Luckily, he never lacked for jobs. He did construction and also worked for Nabisco for several years, but he always regretted his lack of a high school diploma. Forty six years later, thanks to the Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services Adult Literacy and GED programs, plus perseverance on his part, he is the proud recipient of his GED diploma. Three years ago, Shinault enrolled in the free GFCFS Adult Literacy program, which is open to all Goochland residents. This was not an easy step

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OBITUARIES: Death Notices

January 23, 2014

Dispatch where he worked for 25 years. The family will have a private graveside BLAIR, Gary David passed away on ceremony at Riverview Cemetery. Norman Jan. 14, 2014. He was born on April 25, Funeral Home assisted the family. 1968 in Ansted, W. Va. He was the sixth child of six children born to the late Jesse Edward Evans and Delphia Blair. He was preceded in death by his sister Delores Kay Blair. He EVANS, Edward E. “Sonny,” 75, of is survived by his sister Sharon Swift and Manakin-Sabot, departed this life Sunday, her husband, Willie Swift and his sis- Jan. 12. He is survived by three sisters, ter Virginia Allen Marie Shackleford and Blanche Glover (Stanley), Gracie Branham her husband Bill Shackleford and by his (John) and Christine Jasper; and other brother Allen Blair and wife Pat Blair and relatives and friends. Remains rested at the nine nieces and nephews and nine great Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland. nieces and nephews. He is also survived by Homegoing services were held on Jan. 18 a good friend Christine Nelson. A memo- at First Baptist Church, 214 River Road rial service will be held on Jan. 25 at 2 p.m. West, Manakin-Sabot. Rev. Dr. Deborah at Heaven Bound Ministry, Myrtle Street, Sams officiating. Interment Greenwood Ashland. Memorial Gardens. No public viewing.

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BROWNING, Fred Burwell, of Richmond, born Aug. 26, 1935, passed away Jan. 11. He was also known as Plunket and the widower of Rosemary Trainum Browning. He is survived by his daughter, Mary Lynn Almany (Paul); two grandchildren, Amanda and Joshua. He was a graduate of Goochland High Browning School. Fred loved to play banjo and make music with family and friends. Family received friends at Norman Funeral Home, Goochland, on Jan. 16. Graveside services were held on Jan. 17 at Greenwood Memorial Gardens.

ROBINSON, George R., 70, of Richmond, departed this life Jan. 14. He was preceded in death by his parents, Roosevelt and Fannie Robinson. He is survived by two brothers, six sisters and a host of nieces and nephews. Remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland. Funeral services were held on Jan. 18 at the Shady Grove Baptist Church, Gum Springs. Rev. Reginald Cleveland, pastor, officiating. Interment church cemetery.

Aubrey Collawn COLLAWN, Aubrey Coleman Jr., 84 years old, died suddenly on Jan. 9, at the Envoy at the Meadows Rehab/Nursing facility, in Goochland, where he had resided for three years. He had one sister, Betty Robertson. Collawn married Barbara Evers; and had one son, Aubrey Collawn III from Goochland. There was one granddaughter, Jessica Nicole Morrison of Kent, Wash. He served in the National Guard. He then went to the Richmond Times-

Ella Rowe ROWE, Ella “Louise,” 85, of Goochland, Va., passed away peacefully on Jan. 10, 2014 with her loved ones by her bedside. Louise was born and raised in Grafton, W.Va. She was the only girl out of six children, and after losing their mother at a young age, helped raise each of her brothers. The Rowe family moved to Goochland in 1961 and has been county residents since that time. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Don Rowe; and brothers, Richard, Frank and Neal Bartlett. Left to cherish her memory are brothers, Charles and Bob Bartlett; and sister-in-law, Clara Bartlett; her children, Rick (Norma), Steve (Martine) and Kenny (Mazie); her grandchildren, Nathan, Ricky, Linda, Don Lewis (Melanie), Betty Lynn, Courtney and

Olivia Rowe, Chris (Mary Kate), Jill and Ben Meyers; four great-grandchildren and another expected in April, and numerous nieces and nephews. A very special thanks to her caregiver and good friend, Debbie Salmon. The family received friends at Norman Funeral Home in Goochland on Jan. 11. A celebration of life was held at Gum Spring United Methodist Church on Jan. 12. A graveside service followed at Greenwood Memorial Gardens on Patterson Avenue. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Smyrna Baptist Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 93, Goochland, Va. 23063.

Michael Sims SIMS, Michael B., departed this life Sunday, Jan. 12. He leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife, Toyya Sims; a daughter, Cherish Sims; two sisters, Joyce Trent and Doris Sims; three brothers, Dale Trent (Adrienne) John Sims Jr. (Cheryl) and Steve Johnson (Cheryl); motherin-law, Chari Trent; father-in-law, Oscar Sharp; one sister-in-law, Isha Trent; two brothers-in-law, Rasheem Sharp and Tony Clark; four uncles, six aunts and a host of other relatives and friends. His remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home, Goochland. Funeral services were held on Jan. 18 at Antioch Baptist Church, 4712 River Road West, Goochland. Pastor Reginald Clark officiating. Interment church cemetery.

Colton Kidd KIDD, Colton James, went to be with his Lord Wednesday, Jan. 8. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Kendall Brooks; and grandmother, Judith Kidd. He is survived by his parents, Stephen Kidd Jr. and Caitlin Kidd; grandparents, Stephen Kidd Sr. and Debra G. Brooks; two aunts, Lauren Abel (Paul), Keri Kidd; one uncle, Michael Brooks (Brittany). A memorial service was held on Jan. 13 at Goochland Baptist Church, 2454 Manakin Rd., Manakin-Sabot. In honor of Colton, memorial contributions may be made to his family.

Former Goochland County students earn academic honors Contributed Report William Massey Bartolini of Dean’s List for the fall semester of 2013. Virginia Military Institute has Cicero is majoring in Mechanical Manakin-Sabot has been named to the announced that Paul M. Cicero, a senior Engineering. Chancellor’s List at the University of from Rockville, was recently named to the North Carolina for the fall 2013 semester. -----

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OFFICIAL CALL Mass Meeting of the Goochland County Republican Committee of the Republican Party of Virginia As Chairman of the Goochland County Committee of the Republican Party, and pursuant to the Plan of Organization and as recommended by the Committee, I, Benjamin J. Slone III, do hereby issue this call for a Mass Meeting to be held at the Grace Parish Hall, 2955 River Road West, Goochland, Virginia 23063, or at its alternate site if necessary, starting at 7:15 PM EST local time, with registration from 6:00 to 7:00 PM EST on Thursday, March 6, 2014, for the following purposes: a) Electing a Unit Chairman, Vice Chairman, Treasurer, & Secretary each to two-year terms; b) Electing Members of the Unit Committee; c) Electing up to 54 Delegates and an equal number of Alternates to the Republican Party of Virginia State Convention, to be held on Saturday, June 7, 2014 at the Roanoke Civic Center, 710 Williamson Road, Roanoke, Virginia 24016, or its alternate site, beginning at 10:00 AM EST for the purposes of nominating a Republican candidate for United States Senate and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the convention. Each unit is entitled to one (1) Delegate Vote per 250 Republican votes for Governor and President at their last election, so that Goochland County is entitled to 54 (270) Delegate Votes; d) Electing up to 50 Delegates and an equal number of Alternates to the Seventh District Republican Party Convention, to be held on Saturday, May 10, 2014, at the Deep Run High School, 4801 Twin Hickory Road, Glen Allen, Virginia 23059 (Henrico County) or an alternate site if necessary, beginning at 10:00 AM EST. The purpose of the meeting is to elect a 7th District Republican Chairman. Each unit is entitled to one (1) Delegate Vote per 250 Republican votes for Governor and President at their last election, so that Goochland County is entitled to 50 (250) Delegate Votes; e) And for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before the Mass Meeting. Qualifications for Participation: All legal and qualified voters of Goochland County under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, regardless of race, religion, national origin or sex, who are in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and who, if requested, express in open meeting either orally or in writing as may be required, their intent to support all of its nominees for public office in the ensuing election, may participate as members of the Republican Party of Virginia in its mass meetings, party canvasses, conventions or primaries encompassing their respective election districts. In addition to the foregoing, to be in accord with the principles of the Republican Party, unless otherwise stipulated by the appropriate Official Committee, a person otherwise qualified hereunder shall not have participated in Virginia in the nomination process of a party other than the Republican Party within the last five years. A single exception to the above paragraph shall be approved for a voter that renounces affiliation with any other party in writing, and who expresses in writing that he/she is in accord with the principles of the Republican Party and intends, at the time of the writing, to support the nominees of the Republican Party in the future. Any voter that utilizes the foregoing exception, and thereafter participates in the nomination process of a party other than the Republican Party, shall not have the benefit of this exception thereafter. Voters wishing to participate in the Mass Meeting must be properly registered to vote in Goochland County and may be required to produce personal identification, such as a valid driver’s license or a Commonwealth of Virginia Voter Registration Card issued by the Goochland County Registrar. A person who has made application for registration and meets all other requirements of the Qualifications for Participation, but whose name does not appear on the local registration books solely because of the books having been closed in connection with a local election, will nevertheless be deemed a legal and qualified voter. Filing Requirements: Candidates for the election of Unit Officers shall file a Mass Meeting Early Registration Form or a written statement or by postal mail, or in person, which includes your full name, mailing address and phone number, to Benjamin J. Slone III, 2052 Maidens Road, Maidens, Virginia 23102, which must be received not later than 6:00 PM EST February 7, 2014 (Postmarks do not govern), or by email to sloneb@fml.com. There is a non-refundable filing fee of $50.00 to run for Unit Officers, due by 6:00 PM EST on Friday, February 7, 2014. Individuals who wish to be elected Delegates to either the Seventh District Convention or the Republican Party of Virginia State Convention shall file a Mass Meeting Early Registration Form or a written statement by postal mail, or in person which includes your full name, mailing address and phone number, with the appropriate fees to Benjamin J. Slone III, 2052 Maidens Road, Maidens, Virginia 23102, which must be received not later than 6:00 PM EST February 28, 2014 (Postmarks do not govern), by email to sloneb@fml.com, or during registration prior to the start of the Mass Meeting. Conduct of the Mass Meeting: The Meeting will be conducted in accordance with the Code of Virginia, the Republican State Party Plan, this Call, and Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised, Eleventh Edition, in that order of precedence. For a resolution to be considered by this Meeting, a written copy must be filed with Ben Slone, 2052 Maidens Road, Maidens, VA 23102, and must be received on or before 6:00 PM EST, Friday, February 7, 2014. Postmarks will not be considered. Nominations from the floor of the Mass Meeting will not be allowed. Registration Fees: There will be a $25 voluntary registration fee to participate in the Seventh District Republican Party Convention and a $35 voluntary registration the Republican Party of Virginia State Convention, payable to the Republican Party of Virginia. All delegate registration fees are due by 7:00 PM EST on Thursday, March 6, 2014. Goochland County Republican Committee membership dues are $25.00 per year and Goochland County Republican Committee Associate membership dues are $25.00 per year. There is no fee to attend the Goochland County Republican Mass Meeting. 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Praise for soldiers once forgotten By Roslyn Ryan Editor

If today’s date, Jan. 23, doesn’t immediately seem significant, perhaps that’s understandable. After all, dates have a way of losing their power over time. (Need proof? Ask a random sample of people about Dec. 7 and see how many under 30 know the importance of that day.) But, to quite a few county residents, today is the anniversary of a particularly significant event in American history. It was 41 years ago today that President Richard Nixon announced the end of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War, shortly after taking part in the Paris Peace Accords. Vietnam, as we all know, has never been celebrated in popular culture the way other wars have been. And yet its heroes — no less brave and no less deserving of our deepest respect — are left to wrestle with the same demons and obstacles all veterans face. So many were the children of “The Greatest Generation,” those who had distinguished themselves on the battlefields during World

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War II and returned home to the embrace of a united and grateful nation. Their experience two decades later, however, could not have been more different. Despite tremendous loss of life and innumerable personal sacrifices, the effort in Vietnam was plagued by politics and the loss of support here at home. The War in Vietnam had no celebratory ending, and no equivalent to V-E Day, which saw the country erupting in joyous celebration at the conclusion of World War II. Instead, the brave men and women who served their country in Vietnam often came home to ambivalence or worse. And while we have come a long way over the years in attempting to rectify the injustices suffered by returning Vietnam veterans, it seems we rarely go far enough. There is no way, of course, to turn back the clock and right the wrongs. What we can do however, especially today, is to make sure that all of our community’s Vietnam veterans receive a sincere and heartfelt “thank you” for their service. They deserve nothing less.

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Letter to the Editor Recent column on the U.S. justice system concerned reader Dear Editor, I was disappointed on several levels to have read Jim Ridolphi’s article in The Goochland Gazette last week entitled: “Justice in America: A crapshoot at best.” There are three particular areas where this article seems off-base, and the first is the title. Frankly, I do not expect the authors or editors of my local paper to be using words like “crapshoot” in either headlines or articles. The connotation (if not the denotation) of this term is scatological and there is no place for it, or similar terms, in my hometown paper. I expect more from The Goochland Gazette than tabloid vernacular. Yes I understand that crapshoot may refer to the dice game, but that is not how the vast majority of people define the term “crap.” There is no place and no need to use this term to make their point. I assume newspapers still have access to thesauruses. Please

use them. My second issue is the framing of the article as was done by taking obscure examples of extreme court cases, separated by nearly three decades and three thousand miles, where guilty parties were either severely punished, or not punished nearly enough. As a reader I can tell you that after reading the article, I do not know enough about either case cited to be able to draw comparisons and contrast. But even without this, the reader can determine that both of these cases are at either end of the spectrum, and Mr. Ridolphi’s point seems to be that these cases illustrate total randomness in the administration of “justice.” I would like to submit to Mr. Ridolphi, that like so many other things, justice in our system is a Bell Curve, with the vast majority of cases falling in the middle of the curve. Examples from the far-extent of either edge are not representative of the 98-plus percent represented in the center. When I look back at many recent cases over the past few years, I see mostly competent, careful prosecution of offenses,

and I thank the Commonwealth Attorneys for that. I also see a state that is willing to admit when an error is made and make all possible efforts to swiftly right those wrongs, as done recently in the cases of Thomas Haynseworth and Jonathan Montgomery. But there will always be human error in any system, including lying witnesses, incompetent lawyers, gullible juries, and foolish judges. My final issue with last week’s article relates to the use of “America” in the headline as well as the article. With this inclusion, the author is indicting the nation and making comment that our justice system is a major problem in America. Really? To where would Mr. Ridolphi have us look to find a better system? I have traveled the world in the past couple decades, and my observation is that “unfair justice” is a standard headline in every newspaper in the world. Use the internet to surf major papers anywhere in the world and you will find local articles about the miscarriage of justice there within see Letter > page 7

Parents face unanswerable questions By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

As the holiday season makes its 2013 exit, most of us are left with inflated credit card bills, a few extra pounds on the waistline and breathing a large exhale of relief that we made it through another Christmas. It’s also raised some probing questions from a combination of my 10- and 11-year-olds regarding some of the season’s most difficult questions. I’m talking Santa Claus, details, origin, history, existence, etc. Weeks before the holidays arrived, circumstances dictated the revelation that the Tooth Fairy pro-

cedure might not be based in reality. What I thought would be an “I thought so” moment turned into a major discussion on legend and myth, and a resistance to believe some of life’s more difficult lessons. I explained that I didn’t invent the Tooth Fairy process, but, when they asked where the money came from, I was left with nothing, zero. Problem with kids these days is that they are smart, cynical and inquisitive. My explanations were based in reality, but were met with a certain degree of skepticism. “Why should we believe you are telling the truth now about the Tooth Fairy?” one of them asked. “And, what about Santa Claus?”

followed. Now, I quickly explained to them that questioning the existence of Santa Claus so close to Christmas was risky business. That held off their inquiries for the moment, but little comments during the holidays led me to believe some questioned — and some didn’t. I’m not at all sure what parenting experts recommend on this perplexing dilemma of how much and when is a holiday dose of reality in order. My sentimental side tells me that in a world of endless challenges and disappointments, a bit of fantasy wouldn’t do any of us any harm. see Parents > page 7


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Letter continued from > 6 the first few pages. Would Mr. Ridolphi feel that he had better opportunity for a fair trial in Mexico? China? India? Germany? Ireland? Egypt? South Africa? Turkey? Russia? Just where in this world does a demonstrably fairer justice system exist? Is our system perfect? No. Can our system be improved? Maybe. Most things can be improved. However, my observation is that over the past decades and centuries most countries have come to model their justice more like the American system, and not less. Paul Maguire Goochland

Organization working hard to support education Dear Editor, I want to let the community know of an organization that is working quietly in the background to help the students and teachers of Goochland County. Alpha Epsilon of Delta Kappa Gamma International recently reported to the state and international organization on the work of the local

chapter. The organization is a professional honor society for women educators with more than 100,000 members. Established in 18 member countries around the world, the Society defines its mission as promoting professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education. During the past year, Alpha Epsilon members were involved in the following projects: • Making and distributing welcome baskets to all new teachers in Goochland County • Awarding a $500 Brenda Simms grant to a recent alumnae of Goochland High School who has completed university studies and is pursuing a career in education. • Awarding two $100 minigrants to teachers who have a desire to complete a project with their children but lack the funding. • Hours of tutoring and mentoring our elementary students. • Providing snacks and assistance with the Reading Olympics. • Providing books for Goochland preschoolers in the Head Start Program. Being the president of

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OPINION: Editorial, Letters to the Editor Alpha Epsilon has allowed me to give back to a community that I have taught in for the past 35 years. As a mother of two children who went to school in Goochland, I was always so thankful for the excellent teachers that they had and that encouraged them. The chapter is also involved in several international programs such as supporting education of girls in Afghanistan, schools in Africa and supporting a new school in Cambodia. Plans for next year include a yard sale in October and continuing the projects we are involved in at present. Members plan to attend the state convention in Richmond in the fall, where they will join other organization members from throughout the state (and country) for training and professional growth. Other officers of Alpha Epsilon are: Ginger Pareene, vice president; Sally Hodges, secretary; and Sandra Barkley, treasurer. In April we will elect a new board. It has been an honor and pleasure to serve my community as president of Alpha Epsilon for the past two years.

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Jan. 25 chili cook-off will benefit Relay Participants will be asked The winner gets the door The Goochland Relay for a donation at the door to proceeds to add to their team’s for Life Chili Cook-Off Kick participate in the sampling. fundraising goal. Off will be held at Grace Episcopal Church on River Road from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday Jan. 25. “Something for Everyone” This event is used to mobilize local teams and involve the community in the Relay for Life celebration, scheduled for June 7. Located off 250 E at 24 Zion Park/ ¾ mile from Zion Crossroads Contributed Report

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(County Tax Map ID #’s: 29-1-57; 26-1-33; & 27-1-17) continued from > 6 Holding on to a dream on Christmas morning doesn’t seem like the unholiest forms of deceit. I emphasized the spirit of Christmas when questions arose over the past few weeks. My oldest is now winking at me with every answer, so it may be one down and two to go. Three — if you count me. With the Tooth Fairy being the most recent victim of my

reality parenting, I must admit I’m hesitant to take the Santa issue head-on. They are all at ages where some of their friends believe — and some don’t. At some point, my kids will make the choice and I will confirm their decisions. As a parent with no more direction than the next, I must assume they’ll make the right decision. As a father who has spent basically a lifetime putting together toys and stuffing stockings well after midnight

on Christmas Eve, it’s an era I will truly miss. Somehow, over those years, I guess I believed what they did for at least one night a year. And that magic is the stuff that makes for the fondest of parental memories. Making responsible parental decisions also is important, and things we believed as a child are often replaced with bitter realities of life. Next up: Where does the Easter Bunny get all of that candy?

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The following Goochland County students have been named to the honor roll for the second marking period of the 2013-2014 school year. We congratulate them on their success.

Byrd Elementary School Second Grade

Marlene Baker Davianna Baugh Isabella Beatty Emily Bryant Amelia Capone Emily Constanza Liliana Correra Madison Davis Tyler Davis Jordan Duke Madisen Giampa James Grant Casey Grimm Uriah Harris

Tana Hlavacek Alexis Johnson Cameron Johnson Alexander Lim Caleb Lumpkin Brendan Martin Liam McGovern Aaron Miller Gabriella Muniz MaKenna Payne Kaylee Perry Amber Robertson Abigail Salyer Gabriel Saxon Sebastien Saxon Jordan Ware Kayla Weber Mahkenna Williamson Ja-Quel Young Third Grade

Lucas Alley Tyler Black Mya Bradley Chase Breedlove Trevor Brown Anthony Condrey Hayley Craig Cornelius Dandridge

Kaley Deland Madison Duke Tristan Gilman Mason Gregory Tamiah Harris Haley Holder Samantha Lim Andrew Meiller Maxwell Nichols Nydja RandolphHarris Madeline Rhoads Chandler Ross Dominick Shaw Sasha Staples Jayden Staton Samuel Stubbs Kenyon Thondique Jacob Throckmorton Alana Toney Malachi Tyler Cameron Weimer

Heath Davidson Curtis Dixon Audrey Dolan Jordan Elliott Alyson Foskey Mira Garcia Chandler Grant Jesse Henley Tanara Johnson Tamiyah Kellam Mallory King Benjamin McCray Ariana Page Carter Payne Porscha Suttle Burkely Towner Skyler Van Boxel Cody Ware Joshua Williams Nova Wonderling Joseph Zamora

Fourth Grade

Tamer Abdelgelil James Alley Ryane Barlow Rachel Bratton Breana Cobb Ryan DeLoach Andrew Donaldson

Fifth Grade

Landon Baehr James Bell Asher Bunovich Chase Carreras Savannah Cave Dallas Daniels

Jaydon Edley Anastasia Fleischman Vencetia Flournoy Preston Harless Elijah Harris Anthony Holland Jasmine Johnson Travis Lestyk John Livingston Sarah Martinez Shane Matthews Samuel Mattice Haley McCormick Jordan Muniz Jacob Neill Jason Pendleton Khaliyah Powell Samantha Proffitt Ahmani Quarles Audra Roberts Christopher Spence Brianna Stackpole Lewis Stratton James Wright

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Annabelle Berry Will Browning Alex Collazo Trey Cornwell Kyra Dionysius Evie Engel Peyton Forcke Patrick Frago Eden Gerdes Halla Giles Griffin Glave, Daniel Gomez Aiden Goode Brookelyn Green Christian Grubbs Gavin Hazelton Andrew Hill Riley Hite Amore Jackson Maya Jandzinski Dean Jarrell Katelyn Maleta Gage McDonnell Will McLemore Abigail Nadolski Maggie O’Malley Jazmine Parrish Lincoln Proffitt Nathan Roberts Jayce Rodriguez Jacob Shively Evan Sowards Samantha Stern John Summitt Tiffany Thompson Spencer Tobin Reese Vincent Nicolas Walker Shakyla Wilkins Eddie Williams Lucas Yates Fourth Grade

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Corbin Apple Juliana Bunge Kat Clement Kaitlyn Croker Skylar Dacey Ayden Doczi Carter Dowdy Robert Duncan Ian Early Dylan Flores Taylor Gagnon Kyle Goff Valyn Grebe Kiersten Green Kendall Griffis Griffin Guidt Josh Hardman Megan Harlow Luke Headley Grace Kemmerly McKenzie Lyda Ryan McDonnell Kandice McKay Taylor Michaels Rachel Mills Caleb Moyer Mason Nuckols Cabell O’Malley Bowen Parrish Cullen Parrish Hailey Payne Hannah Reynolds Ryan Rodriguez Emily Roberts

Hannah Salmon, Alazar Shaffer Jacob Shovlin Owen Sundstrom Luke Thrasher Joey Tobin Mia Tohme Ashley Thompson Corey Vincent Rachel Walter Savannah Wenk Amanda Williams Joe Williamson Bella Wilson Brady Wilson Rebekah Wright Sydney Yates.

Randolph Elementary School Second Grade

Tori Allen Camden Arkesteyn Ginna Boggs Jocelyn Costello Yehoshua da Silva Gracie Gomes Will Gravely Lucas Lorenzo Cameron Raugh Sawyer Shonts Haley Mills William Bowman Jayden Coleman Travis Harris Maggie Goodman Dakota Higgs Shane Kreider Parker Lohr Teairra Shelton Anna Yesbeck Jack Alston Sadie Quinn Hall Luke Manno Taylor Trapani Reese Whitlock Marianna Clay Nicholas Daniel Sarah Flammia Trey Paquette Jadelyn Taylor Kendall Toney Jackson Warren Ry´nasia Brown Connor Coppedge Georgia Finney see Honor Roll > 9


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Spelling continued from > 1 competed in a spelling bee before. If she was experiencing a bit of anxiety, however, she wasn’t alone. Proud as she was of her daughter, Victoria’s mother,

Karmen, said she found the competition tough to watch. “Oh my God, I was very nervous,” she laughed. “I think that’s just a mom thing.” Both mother and daughter credit the fact that Victoria is an avid reader for her success so far. As for how she is prepar-

Rhett-William Cole Charlie Alston continued from > 8 Laura Lee Baldwin Mason Boggs Lauren Mann Kate Davis William Mendoza Mckinley Schatz Valeria Palacios- Brandy Sweigart Marentes Caiden Willard Luis Rodriguez- Ella Arnold Palasio Cayden Bowles Addison Taylor Johnathan Meade Anna Ward Jordynn Olgesby Cammie White Hulices Palacio Kole Bradley Adolfo Palacio Alec Burnet Trenton Smith Rachel Calleran Connie Yesbeck Chelsey Farthing Ryan Bowers William Hoffler Paige Coppedge Andrea Houck Nora deShazo Chloe Pruitt Fisher Finck Madison Roth Graham-Michael Bryce Shoemaker Fletcher-Mintz Dyllan Tabor Anna Fowler Nate Puckett Georgia Wensell Third Grade Rhiannon Whitby Kaitlyn Abbott Kailey Willard Dylan Bawa Jennie Agee Nicole Brown Zachary Griffith Lindy Chenoweth Cash Lee Arden Del Bueno Savannah May Garrett Eastwood Jamason Pryor Nevaeh Fleming Nina Smith Megan Alvis Kennedy Sonnier Raegan Kernan Cole Wise Markella Stratiou Anna Alvis Evan Bernstine Fourth Grade Olivia Dillenger Allie Boatwright Destiny Tabor Caleb Harris John Freeman Greyson Ragone Kamryn Harris Alexander Lauryn Miller Rosenbaum Josh Usry Jill Flammia Haylie Ruff Christian Garcia Olivia Stern AJ Houck Peyton Tucker Mariusz Jablonski

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January 23, 2014

ing for the next level, Victoria said she is spending a little time every evening reading the dictionary. That, and following the one piece of advice she keeps hearing from family and friends. Said Victoria: “Everyone just tells me that I have to be confident.”

Allie Joyner Katarina Nickolaou Gavin Ware Addisyn Winston Devin Anderson Mitchell Davis Shannon Ferguson Karsyn Martin Emmy Paulin Tyler Paulin Dillon Rose Hailey Teague Hatcher Teague Sydney Harris Blair Bussells Mane Calzada-Perez Harmony Cox Collin Handy Rosa Hernandez Tanner Michels Myles Mounayar Ava Paone Jasmine Price Anneliese Rogerson Sitlany Romero Marina Stratiou McKenzie Temple Jet Turner Seth Wall Ella Walton. Fifth Grade

Megan Bowers Lily Del Bueno Bella Grace Finck Jack Hoffler Kyle Lumpkin Olivia Manno Haiden McCourt Keeley Shoemaker Ryan Tremain Antonio Anderson Madison Dyer Ivy Flory Kameron Holman Thomas Koprowski

Coby Newcomb Ben Ragland Hewson Spangler Autumn Vance Katharine Wright Aryanna Thomas Cate Hinckley Grace Juran Conner Popielarz Gabrielle Ragone Simon Schelin Austin White Layla Allen Alayna Hawk Jordan Pruitt Josh Roth Dallas Silva Katie Warren Gavi Segal Rachel Kane Emma Crampton Tea Marshall Hannah McCaskill Sabine Rucker Abdul Socarras Jacob T. Taylor Adam Webb Owen Wilson Nick Kaulfers Laqaisha Wortham John Williams Jacob Taylor Emiley Stout Eliah Smith Amaya Oiler Caitlin McDermott Sarah Childrey Skylee Alberts Kyle Parrish Mary Jane Maybush Nayeli Hernandez Reid Dameron Jane Norman Bibby Raines Charlie Flammia

Schools continued from > 1 Program, and allow for the relocation of a weight room that is currently in what was originally designed to be a CTE production lab. • Renovation of the Goochland Specialty Center to expand CTE course options and sustain current programs, including Culinary Arts, Health and Medical Sciences,

www.goochlandgazette.com Robotics and Engineering, Building and Construction, and potentially Utility and Heavy Equipment Operation. • Renovation of the entryways to Byrd and Randolph elementary schools to address the security of the buildings and limit unfiltered access to classrooms. • Installation of internal Security cameras throughout the secondary complex. The design and architec-

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tural engineering for these projects has begun and the school division anticipates completion of these projects in August of 2014. The CIP includes significant renovation to Goochland Elementary School the forthcoming year and funding for a new school in 2021, the location of which will be determined by the development of the county and dynamics of student enrollment.

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event with Just Us Gospel Band per- 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. forming. Those who come at 6 p.m. can Upcoming warm up with a soup, bean and cornThe Scottsville Lion’s Club is sendbread meal. Music will follow after the ing out troubadours on Valentine’s Day. meal. A love offering for the group will They will sing and play for your loved be taken. All are invited to attend. one anywhere within a 15-mile radius of Scottsville for a donation of $25 to the Wednesday, Jan. 29 Outreach Fund that supplies eye glasses Toddler Storytime will begin at 11 and hearing aids for those who cannot a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old at the afford them. Goochland Branch Library. Call (804) Nursing homes, restaurants, or at 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 your home or office, no matter; they River Road West for more information. will come to you. Troubadors will sing accompanied by violin, keyboard or guitar and, also, a flower and sweet will be Thursday, Jan. 30 provided. Call and make your reservaPreschool Storytime will begin at tion for a time between 10 a.m. and 6 10 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old at the p.m. on Valentine’s Day (Friday, Feb. Goochland Branch Library. Call (804) 14). Deadline for reservations is Tuesday, 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. For more information, River Road West for more informacall Laura at (434) 953-2294 434-953tion. 2294..

Goochland County and the American Red Cross will be conducting a blood drive from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Red Cross Bloodmobile (the Bloodmobile will be located at the County Administration building at 1800 Sandy Hook Road in Goochland). The blood drive is open to the public and all are welcome to participate. Individuals can either schedule an appointment or just walk in to donate. For more information, or to schedule an appointment to donate, call 1-800-Red Mother Goose Storytime will begin Cross or visit www.redcrossblood.org. at 10:45 a.m. for ages 6 to 24 months with an adult at the Goochland Branch Family Storytime will begin at 10:30 Library. Call (804) 556-4774 or visit the a.m. for all ages at the Cochrane Rockville library at 3075 River Road West for more Branch Library. For more information, information. call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road. Friday, Jan 31 Music, Movement & More Storytime will begin at 11:15 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 years old at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library. For more information, call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road.

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Family Storytime will begin at 10:30 a.m. for all ages at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Library. For more information call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at 16600 Pouncey Tract Road.

Music, Movement, & More Storytime will begin at 11:15 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 Saturday, Jan. 25 years old at ages at the Cochrane Rockville Smyrna Baptist Church at 1470 Rock Branch Library. For more information Castle Road will hold an evening music call (804) 749-3146 or visit the library at

The parents of the Goochland High School graduating class of 2014 will host an All Night Graduation party at Tuckahoe YMCA and are in need of the community’s help. They are in need of cash donations that will help fund this event. They are also seeking donated items such as gift certificates, electronics, food, etc to be given way on graduation night. Your donation is tax deductible and will be appreciated. If you have any questions or would like to make a donation contact Karen Perkinson at (804) 784-3991 or Tammy Sherry at (804) 6513977. Mail donations to GHS All Night Graduation c/o Goochland High School, 3250 River Road West, Goochland, Va 23063.

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Goochland resident Dr. Bruce M. Venter has been elected president of the Richmond Civil War Round Table for the calendar year 2014. A native New Yorker, Venter moved to Goochland County six years ago from Alexandria. “I am so proud to serve as president of the RCWRT, especially during this third year of the Civil War’s Sesquicentennial,� Venter said. “The Richmond Round Table has a rich 60-year history of fostering objective study the war’s events

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though its outstanding programs and annual battlefield tour. We attract some of the top historians in the county to our monthly meetings as speakers,� he added. The RCWRT meets at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month at the First Presbyterian Church, 4602 Cary Street Road in Richmond’s west end. With a membership of over 150, the RCWRT always welcomes the general public to attend. Venter is president of America’s

History, LLC, a history tour and conference company offering unique experiences for history enthusiasts. He also serves as 1st vice president of the Goochland County Historical Society. Venter’s own special interest in the Civil War is the Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid on Richmond, some aspects of which played out in Goochland County in March 1864. For more information about the RCWRT and its programs visit www. rcwrt.org.


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Bulldogs trump Powhatan, fall to Altavista and Bluestone By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

It was one of those weeks for the Goochland High School boys’ basketball team. The Bulldogs dropped two games to Bluestone and posted a win against Powhatan. Then Altavista came to town for a rematch of its earlier contest where the Bulldogs pulled out a dramatic comefrom-behind victory on the Colonels’ home court. “We knew they would come in here ready to play,” Goochland coach Preston Gordon said. “They played much better here than they did at their place. We played much better at their place. They’re a team that is headed for another championship.” The visitors jumped to a quick 4-point lead that found Goochland struggling for the rest of the game to catch up. It didn’t happen. The Colonels worked an offensive inside game to perfection and made it stick on the other end of the court with aggressive defense and steals. “We need to take care of the ball much better,” Gordon said. “In the Bluestone game, more than half of our turnovers were

in 22 points as the Colonels handed the Bulldogs their third loss of the week, 61-36. Juan Thornhill added 12 in a victory that raised Altavista’s record to 8-2. Goochland (7-6) couldn’t get its running game on track, and couldn’t cut the early lead that mounted as the game progressed. Josh Hayden dropped a 3pointer to pull the Bulldogs within three at 8-5, but it never got any closer. Colonels’ coach Mike Cartolaro said the second time around victory was more a result of experience than a revenge factor. “When we played them the first time, we’d been together about 12 hours,” the coach laughed. “They got us pretty good the first time and tonight we looked much better.”. Coming off a state championship in football, the majority of his team had only one week of practice before the first Bulldog matchup. Cartolaro said his team was better prepared for the Photo by Jim Ridolphi Bulldogs this time around. Goochland’s CeeJay Johnson elevates to get a first half inside “We were better prepared shot. The Altavista defense did a quality job of thwarting the with our defensive effort and scorer, as Johnson ended the night with only six points to knew we had to keep everything show for it. in front of us, especially with converted into uncontested that.” Johnson,” Cartolaro added. “I layups. We just can’t afford to Demetrius Johnson poured thought we played disciplined

is going to be a dogfight. We need to focus on shooting the ball better and take them one game at a time,” Gordon said. Bulldogs blow past Indians

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Goochland’s BJ Snead (24) goes up for two first half points against Colonel defender Richard Hubbard (12).

defense and took care of the ball tonight, so we’re making progress.” Gordon said he is concerned about the slow starting Bulldogs, but thinks his team is ready for the second half of the season. “I think we’ve corrected some things offensively, but we still need to take care of the ball,” Gordon said. “We need to be ready to rock and roll when the bell rings.” The Bulldogs host Cumberland and travel to Prince Edward for conference matchups this week. “We know that each game

When Goochland and Powhatan High School met at Goochland High School on Jan. 8, the Indians overcame a 6-point halftime deficit to nab their second win of the season. It was perhaps the high point of a difficult season for a hard-working, but undersized, Indians squad. When the teams met for the second time on Jan. 14, the result could not have been any different — and less in Powhatan’s favor. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 42-28 halftime lead and kept their foot on the pedal throughout the second half, burying the Indians 85-53. Head coach Steve Washburn, who has remained unequivocally positive despite his team’s struggles this season, cited the accelerated tempo of play as the main difference between the two games. “Their pressure really made us increase the tempo a lot see Dogs > 13

Collegiate quarterback competes in national all-star game Speight under center in Under Armour All-Star game By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

While one former Collegiate quarterback gears up for the first Super Bowl appearance of his career, another is coming off an appearance in one of the most prestigious all-star games in the nation. Wilton Speight, who has been the starting quarterback at Collegiate since his sopho-

more year, was under center for Team Nitro in the Under Armour All-Star Game on Thursday, Jan. 2. It was a dignified and highprofile way to wrap up a prep career that saw him overcome a serious injury to earn a football scholarship at the University of Michigan.

During the first game of his junior year in 2011, Speight broke his right collarbone while diving in for a touchdown. The injury was so severe that it required surgery. A metal plate was inserted and Speight went on to redshirt the rest of his junior season. Undeterred, Speight came

back stronger than ever, leading his team to the state championship during his senior year, a game they ultimately lost to the defending championship Liberty Christian Academy. Speight became a three-star recruit (one on a scale of one to five, five being a premiere prospect) and was offered a scholar-

ship — which he accepted — to the University of Michigan. Once in Ann Arbor, he will follow in the footsteps of a turgid group of successful Wolverines’ quarterbacks before him, including Tom Brady, Chad Henne and Denard see Speight > 13


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Dogs continued from > 12 faster than we wanted to play,” Washburn said. “Give them credit for making us play more their style.” Washburn also said that his team is at its best playing a “defensive-minded” game in which the score stays relatively low, perhaps in the 50s or 60s. Goochland, a team that boasts dynamic athletes in key positions — including guard Cory Alexander, who didn’t play against Powhatan in the first match-up — is most comfortable playing a chaotic, high-velocity affair in which the score ascends into the 70s and 80s. The Bulldogs got their wish: The Indians were forced out of their comfort zone, often throwing up hasty, ill-advised shots that led to Goochland

Speight continued from > 12 Robinson — all of whom went on to compete in the NFL. At 6-foot-6, 220 pounds, Speight is the breed of quar-

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rebounds which then, in turn, led to more Goochland points. “Last game we handled the pressure and got the shots we wanted,” said Washburn. “This game, we took some bad shots and allowed them to get out in transition and make some easy baskets.” The Indians most glaring struggles were on the defensive side of the ball. They also had a difficult time coming down with rebounds on a consistent basis, thanks in no small part to an extreme size disadvantage on the inside. Goochland has two forwards — Noah Easley and Josh Hayden — who are taller than any player on the Powhatan roster. Easley is 6-foot-6. Hayden is 6-foot-4 “Teams are really killing us on the glass right now,” Washburn said. “We can’t

afford to give up easy possessions either. We have to cut down on the turnovers and make it harder for teams to score than it is now.” The loss is the Indians’ third in a row, and it comes on the heels of defeats to Albemarle and Orange. It’s their third such streak this season: They began the year on a three-game losing skid, won a game against Louisa, dropped three games, won the aforementioned game against Goochland, then lost another three-in-a-row. Their most recent opportunity to end the slide came on Jan. 17 against Louisa. “Until we can get better on the defensive end it’s going to be a struggle to score that many points,” Washburn said. “We need to find ways to get stops. We’re trying a lot of different lineups out there, trying to find a combination that will

give us what we need on both ends of the floor.” “We need to find out who we are defensively,” he added. “Right now, that’s gotta be where we center our attention. Hopefully the offense will flow from that. We’re just struggling getting stops and giving up way too many second-chance points.”

terbacking prototype that bigtime college scouts drool over. He’s big, for sure, but he also has a strong and extremely has an accurate arm. He’s also deceptively nimble, a talent that has led folks to compare him to

Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers. That combination of size and skill led him to become ranked as a three-star recruit by rivals and will offer him the opportunity to earn the right to be mentioned in the same breath as the great pantheon of Wolverines quarterbacks that have come before him. The game that Speight competed in, the Under Armour All-American game, is the premiere prep football all-star game in the country. The list of current NFL and Division I college players that have competed in the game is extensive. Some of the more recognizable names include A.J. Green (current Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver), Julio Jones (current Atlanta Falcons wide receiver), Manti Te’o (current San Diego Chargers linebacker) and Jadeveon Clowney (former defensive end at the University of South

Carolina). This year’s team was coached by Herman Edwards, former New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs head coach and current NFL analyst on ESPN. Speight was one of three Virginia players on Team

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Wilton Speight goes up and over for a touchdown against Norfolk Academy this past season. Speight will play for the University of Michigan in the fall.

ALTAVISTA 61, GOOCHLAND 36 GOOCHLAND (7-6) — Dyer 2, Johnson 6, Morris 0, Hobbs 4, Jefferson 2, Myles 0, Harden 0, Thornton 0, Hayden 7, Alexander 0, Snead 13, Easley 2. Totals 15 4-5 36. ALTAVISTA (8-2) — Maulbeck 5, Thornhill 12, Tibble 0, Jones 0, De. Johnson 22, Da. Johnson 9, Hubbard 2, Allen 0, Alsen 6, Brown 0, Dews 5, McCulure 0. Totals 19 20-29 61.

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The Colonels came to town with a defensive scheme that focused on CeeJay Johnson and made it difficult for hinm to get to the basket. Here, Johnson is thwarted by three Altavista defenders.

Nitro’s roster: Da’Shawn Hand, an Alabama commit from Woodbridge, plays defensive end. Alec Eberle, a Florida State commit from Atlee, plays offensive guard. Speight also teamed up with six of his future Michigan teammates: Juwann Bushell-Beatty, Jabrill Peppers, Michael Ferns, Drake Harris, Bryan Mone and Jared Wangler.

Speight’s stats through the Photo by John Beebe air weren’t particularly impressive — he finished 2-of-6 for 63 Wilton Speight looks for an opponent man against Norfolk yards — but since he’s already Academy earlier this season. Speight played for Team Nitro in accepted a scholarship, his sup- the Under Armour All-Star game, finishing 2-of-6 for 62 yards through the air. bar performance through the air will have no impact on his Team Highlight by a final score commit, was named MVP for Team Highlight. Jeff Jones was of 31-21. post-graduation plans. Sean White, an Auburn named MVP for Team Nitro. Nitro ultimately lost to


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The Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District is currently offering two college scholarships for graduating high school seniors and college freshmen within Goochland and Powhatan. Eligible students must plan to major in agriculture, environmental science, forestry or other conservation-related subjects and are eligible to apply for one or both scholarships. Visit Monacan’s Facebook page for a link to online applications. The scholarships available are: VASWCD Educational Foundation, Inc. Scholarship

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Four $1,000 scholarships are awarded statewide each year. The purpose of these scholarships is to give financial support to students majoring in or showing a strong desire to major in a course curriculum related to natural resource conservation and/or environmental studies. Applicants should be enrolled in college freshman level curriculum. Applicants must also document a class ranking in the top 20 percent of his or her graduating class or a 3.0 grade point average. Applications must be returned to the Monacan SWCD by March 6. The Monacan SWCD (Marshall Bristow)

Scholarship is to be awarded to a promising graduating high school senior pursuing a career related to agriculture, forestry, soil science, natural resources, or environmental ecology. One or more scholarships will be awarded. Applications must be returned to the Monacan SWCD by March 6. Applications may be obtained by calling the Monacan SWCD office at (804) 556-4936 or local school guidance offices. Email inquiries may be directed to betty. mccracken@vaswcd.org. Completed applications can be mailed to the Monacan SWCD office at PO Box 66, Goochland, VA 23063.

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didn’t need it to get a better job because he’s retired. He did it for himself and to be a role model for his grandchildren. In Shinault’s words, “It’s never too late to teach an old dog new tricks.” Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services offers both an Adult Literacy and Life Skills tutoring program, and GED classes. Both have open enrollment and welcome new students. Contributed by Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services. For more information, call at (804) 556-6260.

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Homes for Sale COUNTRY PROPERTY & ESTATES EXCEPTIONAL! This 11-Acre estate could be your DREAM COME TRUE... just imagine sitting out on your 46’ veranda gazing out over your own private stocked 1.25-acre lake as you listen to the crackling fireplace behind you. All brick; $100,000 gourmet cook’s kitchen with 6-burner gas & exquisite appliance pkg; secondary prep kitchen/hobby room; aggregate driveway, walkway & patio w/spa hot tub; crown molding throughout; 10’ ceilings on main, 9’ on upper; all BR’s have private baths; irrigation system; extraordinary plantings as seller is a master gardener; Anderson double-hung windows; ROMANTIC master suite w/fireplace & private 46’ upper level veranda overlooking the lake; elegant mstr bath w/pedestal tub, marble tile & dual shower. Close drive to the new Leake’s Mill Park if you enjoy soccer. Call Sherri Norman, Long & Foster Realtors 804-441-3418.

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LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT For Sale John Deere 1560 No-Till Seed Drill 10’ wide, 7.5" Rows, Small Seed Box, Agitator shaft in big seed box, 90 Series openers, front rank lock-up Minimum bid of $8,000. Sealed bids must be submitted/post marked by 4:30 pm January 31, 2014 to Monacan SWCD, 3064 River Rd West, PO Box 66 Goochland, VA 23063. Additional contact information: 804-556-4936, keith.burgess@vaswcd .org. Monacan SWCD reserves the right to accept or reject any bid. Payment in full is due within 30 days of notification of winning bid.

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Planning Commission Thursday, February 6, 2014, 6:30p.m. 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room Suite 250, Goochland, VA Meeting is Open to the Public Public Hearings Begin at 7:00pm Countywide Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 18 (“Industrial, Limited, District M-1”), Section 2 (“Uses and Structures Permitted by Right”) and Article 30 (“Definitions”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to define the term “data center” and to allow the same as a permitted use in the M-1 and M-2 Zoning Districts Countywide Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 21 (“Supplementary Regulations”), Division 2 (“Streets and Highways; Motor Vehicles”), Section 8 (“Off-street Parking and Loading/Unloading Requirements”) and Article 30 (“Definitions”) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to include parking requirements for self-storage/mini-warehouse facilities and to define the term “self-storage/miniwarehouse facility” District 2 CU-2014-00001 Application filed by Chiknegg Productions requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a commercial kitchen and professional office on Assessor’s Parcel 29-10-0-B-0 (GPIN 6749-85-5651) located at 2753 Dogtown Road. The property is zoned A-1 (Agricultural, General). The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 2, Section 3.25 3.26, and 3.12 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as a Rural Enhancement. District 4 RZ-2013-00007 Application filed by Tom Kinter for Three Broad, LLC requesting a zoning reclassification of 3.5 acres from A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) and B-1 (Business, General) to B-1 (Business, General), with proffers, to construct and operate a self-storage facility and other commercial uses on Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 59-1-17A (GPIN 7726-77-7037); 48-1-35-A1 GPIN 7726-77-9489); 59-1-17 (GPIN 7726-76-5768); 59-1-14 (GPIN 7726-76-4621); 59-1-15 (GPIN 7726-76-3557) and a portion of 48-1-35-A (GPIN 7726-77-1438). The property is located at 1610 and 1618 Three Chopt Road located on the north west corner of the intersection of Broad Street Road and Three Chopt Road. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Commercial. District 4 CU-2013-00016 Application filed by Tom Kinter for Three Broad, LLC requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a self-storage facility on Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-17A (GPIN 7726-77-7037); 48-1-35-A1 GPIN 7726-779489); 59-1-17 (GPIN 7726-76-5768); 59-1-14 (GPIN 7726-76-4621); 59-1-15 (GPIN 7726-76-3557) and a portion of 48-1-35-A (GPIN 7726-77-1438) located at 1610 and 1618 Three Chopt Road on the north west corner of the intersection of Broad Street Road and Three Chopt Road. A portion of the property is currently zoned A-2 (Agricultural, Limited) but the applicant is requesting rezoning to B-1 (Business, General) under a related application - RZ-201300007. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 16, Section 3.7 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Commercial.

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Anyone may attend to express opinions on the above. Full text of the above information is available in the Planning Office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations including interpreters are provided upon request. Telephone: 556-5860 (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)) E-mail: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us.

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