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Sheriff: Mental health crisis training critical Agnew, a member of Governor’s task force on mental health, able to quickly put pointers to use By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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When Goochland County Sheriff Jim Agnew decided to take part in a recent week-long workshop on mental health and crisis intervention, he knew the information provided would be helpful. What he didn’t realize, however, was just how quickly he would put it to use. The 40-hour training was offered through the Thomas Jefferson Area Crisis see Training > 3

CarMax honored for support of schools By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Citing Goochland-based CarMax corporation’s continued support of Goochland County Public Schools, the Goochland County School Board announced during a workshop on April 22 that company would be named to the 2014 Virginia School Boards Association’s Business Honor Roll. According to a proclamation read by James Lane, superintendent of schools, during the workshop, CarMax’s contributions “have aided this community in focusing on the goal of providing the best public schools we can for every child who attends them.” see CarMax > 3

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n Saturday, May 3, nearly 30 Goochland neighborhoods, churches and others collected and dropped off 5,500 pounds of food at the Goochland Free Clinic & Family Services Food Pantry as part of “Hunger Awareness Week in Goochland.” At least 30 volunteers also donated their time to sort incoming food for the GFCFS Food Pantry during the event.

Blaze destroys new Hadensville restaurant By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Goochland County fire officials are still investigating a fire that ripped through a new county restaurant on the evening of Tuesday, April 29, causing extensive damage. According

to Goochland Fire Marshal Doug Davies, all employees had left Frida’s Mexican Grill on Broad Street Road in Hadensville by the time the fire department was called to the scene. The cause of the fire remains unknown for now, though Davies said investigators suspect an electrical issue.

Frida’s Mexican Grill, Hadensville’s only restaurant, had been open for just over a month. The owners of the restaurant could not be reached by press time, and a message on the restaurant’s answering service said the phone number had been temporarily disconnected.


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Parks’ board member Leigh Dunn coordinated the activities, assisted by board members Mark D. Williams and Gary Clower. The event began with an early morning Bird Walk conducted by Robert McLemore of the Richmond Audubon Society. Throughout the day, representatives from Goodwill collected used electronic equipment; the James River Master

Naturalists planted a Butterfly Garden; volunteers collected litter; and children created their own drums. Chuck Peple, also a Friends of Goochland Parks board member, gave a historical talk about the Maidens Adventure Inn. The day concluded with a Drum Circle, facilitated by Arthur Lopez. see Green Day > 9

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On Saturday, May 10, Central Virginians will have an opportunity to fight hunger in their community by taking part in the 22nd edition of the National Association of Letter Carriers, NALC, “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive. In early May, more than 250,000 food drive donation bags will be delivered by letter carriers to homes throughout

Training continued from >1 Intervention Team, an organization covering nine localities, including Goochland. Agnew, a member of the Governor’s Task Force on Mental Health Services and Crisis Response, had contacted the Charlottesville-based group after sending a number of his deputies to complete the training. “I’ve been doing this a long time, and most of the things discussed are things that I’ve learned along the way.” Agnew said. “But I wanted to find out what it was all about. “ Just moments after leaving the last session of the training, Agnew heard a call come over

CarMax continued from >1 According the VSBA’s website, the Business Honor Roll offers a way for school divisions “to recognize local businesses for their support, especially as schools face increasing budget uncertainty.” Businesses named to the honor roll are recognized by the board during a public meeting and presented with a certificate of recognition. Through CarMax’s annual giving program, Lane pointed

the Richmond metro area. The public is then asked to fill the bags with non-perishable food items and place them near their mailboxes on the morning of Saturday, May 10. On that date, their letter carrier will pick up their donation and deliver it to FeedMore’s Central Virginia Food Bank where the items will be sorted and then redistributed through FeedMore’s partner agency net-

work. Donations made through “Stamp Out Hunger” in Colonial Heights will be delivered directly to the Colonial Heights Food Pantry, a FeedMore partner agency. Last year, 161,217 meal equivalents were donated to FeedMore’s Central Virginia Food Bank through “Stamp Out Hunger.” “We would love to surpass

the radio about a local man who was reportedly suffering a mental health crisis. Though slowed by traffic and a torrential afternoon downpour, Agnew eventually reached the scene and was able to immediately employ a number of techniques discussed in the program. The verdict? “It worked as advertised,” Agnew said. Out of all the information provided during the CIT training, Agnew said he found the visits the group took to several mental health facilities to be the most compelling. Agnew said the visits — and several frank conversations with those staying at the facilities — helped offer a window into what those suffering from

mental illness deal with on a daily basis. Agnew also said that he’d like to see all of his officers go through the training. If nothing else, Agnew said, the program could help foster better communication between the sheriff’s department and other community organizations working to help those dealing with mental health issues. “I think in law enforcement, particularly if you’ve only been on the job for a few years, you don’t always have an understanding of what other community service organization have to go through,” Agnew said. “It’s a good thing for us to know that,” he added

out, the company has provided support for numerous projects, including Goochland Elementary School’s new outdoor classroom. Mac Stuckey, president of the CarMax Foundation, accepted the honor on behalf of CarMax, and said the company has made supporting the community a top priority. Over the past year, he told the board, the company has donated more than $85,000 to community organizations, including the Goochland County YMCA, The Friends of the Park, and The

Friends of the Library. In June, which the company has designated as CarMax Cares Month, two teams of seven volunteers will work with students during the schools’ STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) camp. “On behalf of the 900-plus CarMax associated working in Goochland County, we thank you for this honor,” Stuckey told the board after the proclamation was read. “We are very proud to call Goochland our home and are proud to be able to give back to the community.”

175,000 meals donated,” Jeff Baldwin, media and public relations manager for FeedMore, said. Those wishing to donate non-perishable items to “Stamp Out Hunger” are asked to donate items such as canned fruits, canned meats, canned tuna, canned vegetables, cereals, pasta and rice, peanut butter and spaghetti sauce.

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Community Calendar Preschool Storytime for ages 3 to 5 years old will begin at 10 a.m. Mother Goose Storytime for ages 6 for 24 months with an adult will begin at 10:45 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. For more information, call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West.

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Family Storytime for all ages will begin at 10:30 a.m. and Music, Movement & More Storytime will begin at 11:15 a.m. for ages 3 to 5 at the Cochrane Rockville Branch Toddler Storytime for Library. For more information, call (804)749-3146 or visit the 2-year-olds with an adult library at 16600 Pouncey Tract will begin at 11 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. For Road. more information, call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library at Saturday, May 10 3075 River Road West. . How to Borrow eBooks will be held from 9:30 to Thursday, May 15 11:30 a.m. at the Goochland Preschool Storytime for ages Branch Library. Do you have 3 to 5 years old will begin at 10 an eReader, smartphone, tab- a.m. Mother Goose Storytime, let or laptop and want to get ages 6 for 24 months with eBooks and audiobooks from an adult will begin at 10:45 the library? This class will a.m. at the Goochland Branch show participants how to use Library. For more informaOverDrive to find, checkout tion, call (804) 556-4774 or and download their favorite visit the library at 3075 River titles. To register for this class, Road West. call (804) 556-4774. Friday, May 16 Wednesday, May 14 Family Storytime all ages A Pirate, Prince and will begin at 10:30 a.m. and Princess Party for ages 4 to 10 Music, Movement & More will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. at Storytime will begin at 11:15 the Goochland Branch Library. a.m. for ages 3 to 5 at the Children are urged to dress up Cochrane Rockville Branch as their favorite pirate, prince Library. For more information, or princess for crafts, games call (804) 749-3146 or visit the and lots of fun. This event is library at 16600 Pouncey Tract part of Children’s Book Week. Road for more information.

Saturday, May 17 “A Pirate Party!� will begin at 10 a.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Rainbow Puppets will present “A Pirate Party,� a salute to the beach movies of the 1960s, will feature pirates, surfer dudes, a beautiful mermaid, a talking octopus and a legendary movie star. Each participant also will be given a free children’s book (limit one per child). This event is part of Children’s Book Week. For more information, call (804) 556-4774. The Goochland County Fire – Rescue Association’s annual meeting will begin at 4 p.m. at Boy Scout Camp Brady Saunders at 1723 Maidens Road in Maidens. All members of the fire-rescue companies and auxiliaries are urged to attend. Rockville Alpaca Farm will be hosting a Farm Day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at their farm, located at 11137 Rockville Rd. in Rockville, featuring alpacas, goats and chickens; fiber and shearing demonstrations; an obstacle course training demonstration and lots of alpaca products. For more information, call (804) 543-3023 or e-mail carol@rvalpacas.


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Obituaries continued from >4 Armentrout, Judy Guild (Dave), Estelle Pruden (Eston) and Faye Burkett (Dolphus). She is also survived by grandchildren; Delores Hawk, (Dale),Michelle Armentrout, Amy Culley (Andrew), Russ Pruden, Heather Vazquez, Kenny Pruden (Wendy), Timmy Burkett ( Meaghan), Shane Guild (Jennifer) and Jessica Slusher (Jason), 13 great-grandchildren, sister, Mary Brooks and numerous nieces and nephews. The family received friends on Tuesday, April 29, at the Gum Spring United Methodist Church in Gum Spring, where funeral services were conducted on Wednesday, April 30, immediately followed by graveside services. Her life was devoted to her Lord, her family and her church family. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Gum Spring United Methodist Church Building Fund.

George Morrison MORRISON, George Franklin, 93, of Richmond, formerly of Goochland, passed away Tuesday, April 29. He was preceded in death by his wife, Rose Grubbs Morrison; brother, Chancey Nolin Morrison; and sisters, Helena Morrison Phillips and Louise Morrison Phillips. He is survived by his twin brother, John Arthur Morrison; and a host of nieces and nephews. George was a World War II U.S. Army Morrison veteran, serving in France. He was employed by the Texaco Corporation as a technician and retired in 1982. After retirement, he enjoyed farming and gardening. The family received friends from on Thursday, May 1, at Bliley’s-Central at 3801 Augusta Ave. A graveside service was held on Friday, May 2, in Greenwood Memorial Gardens, 12609 Patterson Ave. in Richmond.

Michael Saady SAADY, Michael John, 67, died peacefully at his home in Gum Springs, Va., on Sunday, May 4, 2014, as the result of metastatic prostate cancer. He was preceded in death by his parents, Jacob R. Saady Sr. and LaBelle L. Saady. Michael is survived by his wife, Nancy Loveless; and canine companions, Willow and Bella; his sister and dearest friend, Judith Coughlin and her husSaddy band, Charles Coughlin, who was more of a brother than a brother-in-law; brothers, Anthony Saady and Jacob Saady Jr., sis-

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OBITUARIES: Death Notices ter-in-law, Marguerite Saady; and uncle, Marvin Saady. He is also survived by his niece, Michelle Batten (Simon); nephews, Christopher Saady (Christine), Brian Saady, George Michael Saady, Jacob R. Saady III and Daniel Saady (Anita); great-nephews, Oliver and Charles Batten and Quinn Michael Saady; godsons, John Michael Wood and Joseph Wood. Michael graduated from Benedictine High School, the class of ‘64, and the University of Alabama, the class of ‘69. Michael was an accomplished executive working in operations management, sales and marketing, personnel administration and distribution, where he was recognized for his integrity, leadership and dedication. To say that he was avid college football fan was indeed an understatement. Alabama coach Bear Bryant was Michael’s hero, and nothing gave him greater pleasure than to “Roll Tide” in Tuscaloosa with dear friends, Jim and Linda Higdon. In Richmond, he would be found sideline with his lifelong friend Barry Gibrall cheering on the Cadets. Michael was truly grateful for the enduring friendships that blessed his life. He especially wanted to remember at his passing Barry Gibrall, Richard Dolan, Jimmy and Madeline McKenna, Tony Grappone, Leon Stepanian, Cookie Gianini, Jim and Pam Mayo, Buddy and Annette Nixon, Mike DeNoia, Tommy Gilman, Henry Berling, Mike Roland, Donna Maloney, Julie Nunley, Joan Neal, Jan Phillips, Kaye Evans and a special thanks to Norma Rowe of Bon Secours Hospice. The family received friends from 4 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Bliley’s-Central, 3801 Augusta Ave., with a Prayer Service at 7:30 p.m. A Mass will be held 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Anthony Maronite Catholic Church. Interment to follow in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, Michael asked that contributions be made to St. Anthony’s Charitable Activities, the Fr. Adrian Education Fund, or to the University of Alabama Alumni Scholarship Fund.

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County holding tight to ‘penny wise’ ways By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Many of us have heard this old saying, offered time and time again by people who know a thing or two about saving money: “Watch your pennies, and the dollars will take care of themselves.” Goochland, it seems, has gotten fairly good at watching its pennies. Several months ago I had the pleasure of spending the better part of an hour with county supervisor Ken Peterson, who was then wrapping up his second year on the board. During our meeting, Peterson offered a detailed account of just how the county leadership had managed, over their first two years in office, to rein in spending, avert a looming financial disaster in the Tuckahoe Creek Service District, and fully fund the requests made by the county school system — all without raising the property tax rate by even half a cent. To be sure, it wasn’t a walk in the park: the financial maneuvering required to refinance the county’s debt, for example was so complicated, Peterson joked, that it even had the bankers they worked with scratching their heads. Peterson, who has an extensive background in finance, took the lead in that particular effort, but all the board members appear to have held tight to their campaign

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promises about fiscal responsibility. This year, once again, the penny-watching seems to have paid off: Without raising taxes, the county was able to add positions and improve the services offered to residents. In a day and age when “budget time” can easily devolve into a contentious, unproductive slugfest, Goochland’s county leaders appear to work well together, respecting the individual perspective and expertise each brings to the table. Instead of haggling and finger pointing, they have been able to focus on finding solutions. My two cents? It’s been a heartening process to watch — and Goochland residents are all the better for it.

*** What a day Last weekend, I had the distinct pleasure of taking in the first-ever “A Day in May Festival” — and what a day it was. The folks at Goochland County Parks and Recreation, County Animal Control and numerous other organizations and volunteers should be commended for putting on a wonderful event that included something fun for all ages. By all appearances, a good time was had by all.

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A daring skateboarder takes flight at Goochland’s Skate 522 skate park during the X-Fest last Saturday. The XFest was part of “A Day in May,” a full day of festivities marking the start of spring.

Letters to the Editor Thank you to those who helped make Day of Prayer a success Dear Editor, I would like to offer thanks to everyone who recently participated in The National Day of Prayer. I would like to thank Todd Brooking, David Clark, the Sheriff’s Office, Jerome Jackson, Barb Greene, Jim Agnew, Studebee Trice, Michelle Matts and Gene Woodson for leading in prayer, worship and song. Buildings and grounds is always so willing to help by setting the stage for this event, so thank you so much. Thanks to Company 5, for allowing us to use their building. A special thanks needs to go to Salem Church for their support of

this event. It appears that we all are beginning to see the need to pray for our nation. Let’s individually get on our knees before the Lord and pray for our nation to turn back to our Judea Christian values. Worshipping the Lord in spirit and truth will strengthen our faith and help us grow as individuals and as a nation. Please come out next year and support the National Day of Prayer. In the Bible, 2 Chronicles 7:14 says “if my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sins, and will heal their land.” Anne Mann Chairperson

Family grateful for kindness of county rescue workers Dear Editor, I would like to thank the Fife, Goochland and Hadensville Rescue Squad. They have been so faithful in transporting my husband over a period of years. Always so polite and caring all the time. No matter when I called, I never got a feeling of them saying “not again,” and it was a lot of times. Most likely they were the ones that transported him for the last time from The Meadows in Goochland. Percell Clay passed on April 12. I just want to thank each and every one of you. God bless you all. The family of Lucille Clay Goochland


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Beware the scourge of the dreaded Japanese Beetle Spring brings with it a fresh influx of these frustrating pests By Terry Festa Contributing Writer

site. If dealt with early, these unwanted poachers can be limited. Otherwise, mass infestation occurs, which may command more potent forms of control. These pests are with us for six weeks or so, during which time one or more of the fol-

flowers, so deadhead often. Hand-picking in the early days of emergence is most easily accomplished in the morning when the beetles are heavy with dew or in the evening when they are slower. They are flicked into a bucket of soapy water that

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s summer nears, all is well in the garden: new plantings are growing, beds are tidy, and flowers warm their faces in the sunshine. It is a time to enjoy the fruits of one’s labor — so one would think. But the respite is shortlived when Japanese beetles begin their annual swarm, harkening the season’s arrival. They wear patience thin as they treat well tended gardens as their private food courts. Being ready for their onslaught can mean managing them with a safer, gentler arsenal of weapons and can make this time less stressful for frantic gardeners as well as less taxing on susceptible plantings. In late spring or early summer, the first wave of beetles with shiny, metallic green bodies and copper colored wings begin their emergence out of the ground where they had been comfortably maturing. They chomp, leaving skeletonized leaves as their calling card. The damage is described as lacy-looking, since they chew the tender leaf tissue, leaving the veins intact. This is unsightly and detrimental if allowed to progress, especially to young plants. When beetles find a food source, they send out scents that lure other beetles to the

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lowing cultural control methods may be employed: using plants in the landscape unattractive to them, handpicking and trapping. Keeping all attracting plants out of the landscape is an unlikely solution since they are some of our most beloved species. The following are some beetle favorites: American chestnut, American elm, American linden, American mountainash, apple and crabapple, apricot, asparagus, birch, blackberry, black walnut, blueberry, cherry (fruit and ornamental), corn, crepe myrtle, English elm, fothergilla, grapes, hollyhock, horse chestnut, Lombardy poplar, maple (Japanese and Norway), peach, plum (fruit and ornamental), raspberry, redtwig dogwood, Rose-ofSharon, roses, sassafras, soybean, and zinnia. They will also congregate on fading

Chew and destroy The Japanese Beetles chomp, leaving skeletonized leaves as their calling card. The damage is described as lacylooking, since they chew the tender leaf tissue, leaving the veins intact.

acts as an irritant and kills them. As numbers increase, hand-picking becomes frustrating and impractical. It needs to be done a few times a day and the eating starts at the tops of trees/shrubs where hand-picking may not see Beetles > 8

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Looking for something different for your children to do this summer? Goochland 4-H Junior Camp will be held during the week of July 21-25 at the Jamestown 4-H Center in Williamsburg. Camp is open to young people ages 9 to 13 years old. Campers select from a variety of classes, including kayaking, crafts, archery, wild life, canoeing, fishing and leather crafts. Jamestown 4-H Camp is situated on 16 wooded and open acres, located outside of Williamsburg along the banks

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of the James River. The facilities include airconditioned cabins and lodges, a swimming pool with a diving board, air rifle and archery ranges, an amphitheater for campfire programs and picnic pavilions. The recreation hall and dining facility also are air-conditioned. Campers are transported on county buses from Goochland County to 4-H camp on Monday and returned safely back on Friday afternoon. The camp fee covers lodging, meals, activities, transportation and programs.

Camp scholarships are available but applications must be submitted by today. Spots are limited, so those who would like to attend are urged to register as soon as possible. For more information, or to pick up a camp application, contact Jocelyn Dailey, 4-H Extension Agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension’s Goochland Office, at (804) 556-5841 or email jddailey@ vt.edu. Applications also can be downloaded from the website at http://offices.ext.vt.edu/ goochland/.

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hen it comes to welcoming spring for foodies, nothing signals the new season quite like the first fresh bunch of asparagus Asparagus has been called the “Food of Kings” because King Louis XIV of France loved it so much. Sadly, the regal asparagus has a short growing season, from about April to June in the Southeast. It’s running late this year in many areas, though most local growers should start harvesting in the next week or two. The best asparagus is that which has been most recently picked. So if you find asparagus at a farmers market, snap it up (and try out the recipe at the right). If you happen to be new to this super stalk, here are a few tips to get you started:

1) Asparagus

Shopping for asparagus Look for firm, dry and compact tips. Avoid limp spears and wet, mushy tips. Cut ends should still be moist and not dried out. A good sign that the asparagus will be fresh is if markets store them standing up with cut ends on ice or in cold water. The spear ends should remain dry. This also is a great way to store them at home, in the refrigerator. Alternatively, wrap cut ends in a damp paper towel, place in a plastic bag and store in the refrigerator up to three days. Either way, keep the cut ends moist and the tips dry. Preparation The tough, woody-cut ends of asparagus need to be removed and discarded. To do

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his springtime salad staple packs plenty of health benefits, but some may still be on the fence. Here are three reasons to grab this green the next time you hit the farmers market.

It’s not just fancy-pants lettuce

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While arugula is used as a base for salads, it is actually classified the same way as broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage (call them “cruciferous vegetables� if you want to sound even more in-the-know) and has many of the same health benefits as a those vegetables. Another thing that elevates arugula? It contains a class of compounds called glucosinolates, which are thought to play a role in cancer prevention.

Arugula contains about eight times the calcium, fives times the vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K, and four times the iron as the same amount of iceberg lettuce .

Artichokes: Getting to the heart of it Artichokes rank high on the intimidation scale. It’s all those thorns on the end of every leaf. Why in the world would you buy a vegetable that attacks you when you pick it up at the supermarket, then pokes holes in your plastic produce bag? Here’s why: Once you get past those thorns,

3) Artichoke Asparagus continued from >10 this easily, hold each end of a spear in one hand and bend it until it breaks. The place where the spear naturally breaks typically separates the tough from the tender part of the spear. The tough, woody ends are typically discarded, but they

once you figure out how to cook it and once you know which parts are edible, you’ve got something darned tasty on your plate. And, if our unscientific survey is at all accurate, you’ve never tried one. How unscientific? We like to serve fresh artichokes to guests as part of a spring supper that also includes boiled shrimp, new potatoes and French bread. First, we always ask if our guests like artichokes. “Huh?� they say. “We’ve never eaten one.� Well, now they have. No surprise to us, they liked them. That’s our goal today:

can be used to make a broth. Just discard them after cooking. Some recipes call for peeling the remaining bottom ends of the spear. This will make for a more tender spear, but it’s not necessary. Asparagus is best eaten crisp-tender. Overcooked asparagus has an unpleasant, mushy texture.

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, make your feelings known when something upsets you this week. Sharing these feelings will benefit you and your friends and colleagues now and in the future.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, after several days of working entirely off of adrenaline, you finally have some time to kick back and relax. This will help you recharge your internal battery.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 One of your goals this week is to propel yourself further without pushing others too hard, Capricorn. You want to be successful but not at the expense of others.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Taurus, someone might dredge up uncomfortable feelings, but you need to muddle through with a smile on your face. This is the case at home and at work.

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SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Your motivation is very strong this week, Scorpio. You can accomplish much more than you ever expected in a short period of time. Pick your projects wisely.

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Asparagus Gratin Makes 6 to 8 servings 2 pounds fresh asparagus spears, prefer• ably thick 3 tablespoons butter, divided use • 2 tablespoons flour • 1/4 cup heavy cream • Salt and pepper to taste • 1/2 cup to 1 cup freshly grated • Parmesan 1/2 cup bread crumbs • 1/2 cup sliced almonds • 1. Trim asparagus spears and reserve woody ends. Fill a large skillet halfway with water. Add woody ends, cook 5 minutes, then remove them with a slotted spoon and discard the ends. Add the asparagus spears and cook about 2 minutes, until partially cooked and still somewhat crisp. Drain, reserving the liquid, and place the spears on paper towels.

YOUR TABLE: Cooking Tips and Recipes 1. Snap off tough ends of asparagus and discard. Cook remaining spears in boiling water 1 minute. Drain and reserve 9 spears. Coarsely chop remaining asparagus. 2. Unfold piecrust and roll into a 14-inch circle. 3. Fit crust into 11-inch tart pan. Line crust with foil and fill with dry beans. Place on baking sheet. Bake at 425 degrees for 12 minutes. Remove weights and bake for 2 more minutes. Reduce oven temperature to 375 degrees. 4. Melt butter in skillet. Add onion and sauté 5 minutes until tender. Set aside.

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Fresh asparagus spears, trimmed Thin strips of fresh red bell pepper Salt and pepper to taste Freshly grated Parmesan cheese Olive oil

Heat oven to 350 degrees. Lay the asparagus in a single layer across the bottom of a Pyrex dish, and add the strips of red bell pepper. Season with salt and pepper to taste, sprinkle with Parmesan and drizzle with olive oil. Bake 10 to 12 minutes, or until cooked as desired.

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5. Brush bottom and sides of crust with mus- Tofu and Asparagus: tard. Sprinkle with half the cheese, chopped Makes 4 servings asparagus, onion and remaining cheese. 1 14-ounce package extra-firm water • Arrange reserved asparagus over cheese. packed tofu, rinsed 2. Meanwhile, melt 2 tablespoons of the but2 tablespoons red miso, divided use • 6. Whisk together half-and-half with eggs, ter in a small saucepan. Stir in 2 tablespoons 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, divided • salt and pepper. Pour mixture evenly over flour to make a roux and cook 2 minutes. use asparagus. Measure 3/4 cup of the asparagus cooking 4 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil, • liquid and whisk that into the roux and bring divided use 7. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes until to a simmer, whisking frequently. Simmer 1 1 pound asparagus, trimmed and cut • set and golden brown. Let stand 15 minutes. to 2 minutes until thickened. Stir in cream into 1-inch pieces and cook a minute or two more as necessary 3 tablespoons chopped fresh basil • to thicken to sauce consistency. Remove from Corn and Asparagus Salad • 1 teaspoon freshly grated orange zest heat and add salt and pepper to taste. 1/4 cup orange juice • 6 ears yellow corn, shucked (or about 3 • 1/4 teaspoon salt • cups frozen kernels) 3. Heat oven broiler. Use the remaining but11/2 pounds asparagus, trimmed • ter to grease a 9-by-13-inch baking dish 1. Heat oven to 450 degrees. Coat a large bak1 small red onion, thinly sliced • or similar size jelly roll pan, and add the ing sheet with spray. 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, chiffonade • asparagus in a single layer. Season with salt (thinly sliced and pepper. Pour the sauce over the aspara2. Pat tofu dry and cut into 1/2-inch cubes. Dressing: gus and top with cheese, bread crumbs and Whisk 1 tablespoon of the miso, 1 table1/2 cup sugar • almonds. Broil about 6 inches from the spooon of the vinegar and 2 teaspoons of 1 cup rice wine vinegar broiler element for about 5 minutes, or until • the oil in a large bowl until smooth. Add the 1 teaspoon salt • golden. tofu; gently toss to coat. Spread the tofu in an 1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper • even layer in the prepared baking sheet. Roast for 15 minutes. Cheesy Asparagus Quiche 1. Fill large stock pot with water, salt and bring to a boil. Place shucked corn in boilMakes 4 to 6 servings 3. Gently toss the asparagus with the tofu. ing water and blanch for 2 minutes. Then 11/2 pounds fresh asparagus • Return to oven and roast until the tofu is toss the corn in an ice bath. In the same 1 15-ounce package refrigerated pie • golden brown and the asparagus is tender, 8 water, blanch the asparagus for 1 minute and crust to 10 minutes more. toss into the ice bath until cool, then drain. 1 tablespoon butter • Remove the kernels from the corn cob with 1 large onion diced • 4. Meanwhile, whisk the remaining 1 tablea sharp knife and cut the asparagus in 1 inch 2 tablespoons Dijon mustard • spoon miso, 1 tablespoon vinegar and 2 teaangled sections. Place both with basil and 1 9-ounce package shredded Colby• spoons oil, with the basil, orange zest, juice onion into a medium bowl. Monterey Jack cheese blend and salt in a large bowl until smooth. Toss 11/2 cups half-and-half • the roasted tofu and asparagus with sauce 2. In another bowl, mix together the dressing, 2 large eggs • and serve. and drizzle over the corn, asparagus, basil 1/4 teaspoon salt • This recipe is originally from Eating Well and onion mixture. Mix well and chill (stir1/4 teaspoon pepper • magazine. ring occasionally) for 2 hours.

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June 7 designated National Trails Day Contributed Report

Forestry officials invite citizens out to Virginia’s state forests to celebrate National Trails Day on Saturday, June 7. Many of Virginia’s 23 state forests offer miles of trails for walking, hiking and bird watching. Trails allow for recreation and are described as “a great way to get the public to increase their physical activity in an outdoor setting.” Trail users can explore in solitude and find peace and tranquility. Or they may join family or friends for an outdoor social activity. Passive recreational opportunities, such as walking, hiking and canoeing, are provided free of charge. Horseback riding, mountain biking, hunting, fishing and trapping all require a State Forest Use Permit when persons 16 years and older enjoy these activities on a state forest. Located in the Richmond area, the Appomattox-Buckingham, Cumberland, Zoar and Prince Edward – Gallion state forests offer more than 60 miles of trails. A complete list of state forests can be found on the Virginia Department of Forest website at http://dof.virginia.gov.

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The Congregational Health Promoter serves as an advocate and resource person for people within their own church community to help promote health and wellness. A free, one-day training course to earn this designation is being offered through the Congregational Health Program in the Pastoral Care Department at Centra in Farmville. Participants will receive a certificate when they finish the course. They may be able to share information in their church about health issues, help people find what they need to take care of their health, encourage and support your church family to take care of the body, mind and spirit. The course will be offered on Saturday, June 14. The location is to be announced. For more information, and to register for the course, contact Ruth Syre at (434) 2004041 or email ruth.syre@centrahealth.com.


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Days off don’t deter Bulldogs By Jim Ridolphi Special Correspondent

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fter a week of almost constant rain that made play on athletic fields nearly impossible, the Goochland High School Bulldogs returned to the diamond with a vengeance, recording a 10-0 drubbing of visiting Lunenburg. “We were just happy to get back on the field,” Goochland coach Wes Farkas said after the win. “After missing a week of games and a few practices, I was hoping to give our pitching staff the opportunity to knock some rust of and tweak a few things going into next week,” he added. Coleman Duty got the start but was only needed for a couple of innings. Once Farkas saw the contest’s result past resolved, he pulled his starters and gave relievers the chance at some work. “The game plan from the beginning of the game was to give Coleman two innings and Tanner two innings, and see how the game was going at that point,” Farkas said. “Both guys pitched well and throw a lot of strikes, especially first pitch strikes. This allowed them to stay ahead of the batters and make their pitches. “We hope to carry this momentum into next week with three games on the schedule,” the coach added. They’ll need all the arms they can muster as the rain postponements have jammed up the remaining weeks of play. The Bulldogs play three this week. “We have Amelia Tuesday, Bluestone Wednesday and Central again Thursday. Bluestone beat us at their place

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Goochland’s Matt Payne (17) slides into home during a home game against district rival Central Lunenburg last week.

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Goochland’s ace pitch, southpaw Coleman Duty, has recorded five of the Bulldogs nine wins while compiling a 1.00 earned run average this season.

earlier in the season, so our guys will be focused on getting them back this week,” Farkas said. The coach isn’t overlooking the rest of the schedule, either. “My goal is to have them prepare well for all three games, not just Wednesday. Amelia graduated some extremely talented players from last year, but beat us at our place last year, so I feel like our guys will be ready as we enter game play on Tuesday,” he said. The Bulldogs took advantage of early mistakes by the Charger defense and inconsistent pitching to mount a 30 first inning lead and never looked back. “We hit the ball well, con-

sidering we had limited practice this week. I feel like we have the potential to hurt any time from top to bottom in our line-up,” Farkas said. Joe Cutchins went three for three with an RBI, and continues to lead the Bulldogs in several categories. “Joe has been our offensive catalyst the past few weeks. He is a great leader on and off the field,” the coach said. Duty got two innings of work and didn’t hurt his his record of five wins with an ERA of 1.00. But the entire team is contributing to the recent success with offensive power coming from all levels of the lineup. “Cory (Alexander) has

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Goochland’s Joe Cutchins (6) slides into second base in an attempt to break up a double play during a game against the Central Lunenburg Chargers.

great speed at the top of the line-up (21 SB so far). Joe (Cutchins) is probably one of our most dangerous and disciplined hitters on the team, and he also has a tremendous amount of speed (BA .514/14 RBI/16 SB). Reid Chenault (14 RBI), Coleman (Duty)(10 RBI) and Tanner (Bradshaw)

(7 RBI) have been productive lately and have been adding to their RBI totals,” Farkas said. Colby Noel also has returned to the lineup. “We have added even more pop to the lineup.” Goochland 343 0 —10 6 0 C. Lunen. 000 0 — 0 1 2 Ashley, Duty (2), Bradshaw

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Top left, captain Molly Phillips (23) awaits a pitch during the second inning of a playoff game against St. Margaret’s. Top right, Lale Herguner (8) crosses the plate on a two-run double in the bottom of the third. Middle left, Molly Phillips calmly waits for the pitch to be delivered in the bottom of the fourth. Middle right, Kristina Caesar (14) shows patience as she watches a ball out of the strike zone go by. Bottom left, Lale Herguner (8) drives a balls into the right center field gap. Bottom right, Ace pitcher Molly Phillips fires a pitch in the early innings against St. Margaret’s.


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Obituaries continued from >5 and Virginia Elliott; grandchildren, Alex, Jessica, Hailey and Thomas Underwood, Stephanie Toole, Cori Ferguson, Daniel and Aaron D’Amato; great-grandson, Kaleb Toole; several brothersin-law and sisters-in-law, and many other family and friends. Bill was born in Indiana and proudly served in the U.S. Marine Corps, E Battery, 2dBn (Rein) FMF before moving to Virginia in the early 1970s to work at Luck Stone Corp. He began his career as a quarry manager and retired 26 years

later as division vice president. Bill was a member of the Free and Accepted Masons, Indiana York Rite, Scottish Rite of Richmond, and the Shriners of Richmond. He was an avid hunter that looked forward to autumn weekends in the woods with his hunt club. His many interests included travelling, especially on his Canada vacations, “RVing,” golfing, NASCAR and spending time with his grandchildren. The family received friends on Tuesday, April 29, at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home at 11020 W. Broad St. in Glen Allen. The Scottish Rite performed a ceremony on

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Artichokes continued from >11 in an airtight bag. Don’t worry about any holes the thorns might have poked in the plastic. Before cooking, rinse them under cold, running water. If you’re cooking them whole, cut an inch or so off the stem so they’ll stand up in the pot. How to cook them That’s up to you, really. We’re partial to the way Mom did: Stand them up — stems up or down — in a pot filled with about 3 inches of water. Cover, bring to a boil and simmer for about 25 to 40 minutes (depending on size) until the stem is tender when you stick a fork in it and a leaf near the center pulls out easily. If necessary, add more boiling water.

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