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Couple gifts $200K to new animal shelter By Roslyn Ryan Editor

When it comes to supporting the cause of animal welfare in Goochland, one local couple has stepped up in a big way. Goochland business owner Paul Saunders and his wife, Vicki, recently made a donation of $200K to Goochland Pet Lovers, the local nonprofit organization working hand in hand with the county on a state-of–the-art animal shelter to replace the county’s current facility. The Saunders’ generous gift, made through the Saunders Family Foundation, will be used in part to completely brick the front and sides of the nearly 14,000 square foot building, which will include a shelter, pet adoption center and education area. The main lobby will also be named for them. Calling it “an honor” to work with the Saunders family, Pet Lovers Promise Campaign chair Cindy Pryor said the couple’s gift will greatly enhance the new facility both inside and out. see Donation > 2

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After a massive effort on the part of local school children to collect food for the Goochland Christmas Mother Program, local bus driver Maye Higgs took her school bus around to all the schools to collect the food. Volunteers helped load it, and Higgs then transported all of the donations to the Christmas Mother distribution location for packaging. Shown are, from left, Dan Gardner, principal at Randolph Elementary, Maye Higgs, and Nikki Harris, head custodian at Randolph.

For local doula, learning comes before labor By Roslyn Ryan Editor

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This year, according to the Centers for Disease Control, around four million babies will be born in the United States. And for many of the women having those babies, no matter their

age, income or cultural background, the months leading up to their delivery date will bring a tidal wave of questions and anxieties. Goochland resident Amy Rollogas knows this all too well, and not just because she has two young children of her own. As a professional doula, or “labor coach,” as her role is sometimes described, Rollogas works with women during pregnancy and delivery to ensure that they are fully prepared for the physical and emotional journey on which

they have embarked. Basically, “a doula is kind of like a Sherpa for having a baby,” said Rollogas, describing a process in which she is there to do everything from helping to prepare a birth plan to making sure a new mother understands the physical changes that are occurring in her own body. To Rollogas, the role of doula is one she see Doula > 3


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Post 215 hosting Army-Navy game Contributed report

Goochland’s American Legion Post 215 will be hosting the Army – Navy Game starting at 1 p.m. on Dec. 9, 2017. All veterans and their families are invited to attend this event at the Legion Hall, located at 3386 River Road West in Goochland. This is a potluck affair so all attendees are encouraged to bring a dish, watch the game, and

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meet other veterans and their families. Water and soda will be provided, but it’s BYOB for beer or wine. For those not watching the game, there will be corn hole to play or the opportunity to help the Auxiliary wrap presents for veterans living in shelters. Attendees are also encouraged to support the Legion Post by buying a raffle ticket during the game. For more information, contact Bruce Alford at tsgtbruce@yahoo.com or (804) 543-9933.

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continued from > 1 To Goochland Pet Lovers chairman Tom Winfree, the donation is an example of Goochland at its best. “In making this contribution, Paul and Vicki have made it clear how much they appreciate our County and their commitment toward making it a better place within which to live, work and enjoy life here,” Winfree said. “For many years to come, it will be remembered how they helped to make a dream of many folks to come true.” Already seasoned benefactors for early childhood development initiatives and Alzheimer’s research, the Saunders chose to support Goochland Pet Lovers, Paul said, once they realized the significance of the work the organization was doing. “Obviously, the need is there,” he said, pointing out that the current, cramped facility on Hidden Rock Lane simply isn’t adequate. He and his wife are also animal lovers, he said, making the decision all the more meaningful. “Animals are so fantastic, and such a help for people in need,” Saunders said, “and that has a lot of appeal to me.”

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The Goochland Animal Shelter, located at 1900 Hidden Rock Lane in Goochland, has the following pets available to a good home. Top row: A neutered male hound, about 7 to 10 years old; a white and grey female cat, about 1-year-old; and a spayed, mixed breed female, about 9 years old. Bottom row: Female lab mix, about 8 years old, needs a retirement home!; a male black and white kitten, about 8 weeks old; and female calico kitten, about 8 weeks old. The Goochland Animal Shelter is open from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. The facility has many lost dog and cat fliers posted. For more information on these pets, as well as the many more still in need of homes at the Goochland Animal Shelter, call (804) 556-5302. You also can visit the shelter on Facebook at “Goochland County Animal Control.”

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Doula continued from > 1 feels born to do. “I’ve always been interested in birth, and labor and delivery always fascinated me,” she said. After her own children were born — each with the support of a doula — Rollogas began to pursue her dream o. Now she spends her days working with expectant mothers and their partners, many of whom come to her with what she describes as an understandable level of anxiety about the future. Bottom line, “It’s normal to feel anxious,” Rollogas insists. “Having a kid is scary, but that fear also leads you to develop skills that you are going to need for the road ahead.” Rollogas makes clear that she is not a medical professional, and her practice is to refer women to their physicians for specific medical questions and advice. What she can do however, Rollogas says, is to make sure that the expectant couples she works with are fully informed about the entire progression of

pregnancy and delivery. “We’ve kind of lost touch in or culture with what it means to have a baby,” Rollogas says. “I’m really just here to help them navigate the process.” While many people think of doulas and midwives as performing the same role, Rollogas points out that there are distinct differences. A doula, she explains, is there to coach and support women throughout pregnancy and delivery, while a midwife — who must have clinical training — serves in the role of primary care provider. Rollogas says that there can sometimes be a degree of friction between doulas and medical staff during birth, but adds that she has almost always had a positive experience. In her experience, “nurses love to have a doula present, and there is really this collaborative feel in the room,” Rollogas says. And nurses, she points out, aren’t the only ones who seem to have embraced the many ways doulas can support women during their journey to motherhood: expectant fathers

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are among the practice’s most fervent evangelists. Rollogas says she has heard of many new fathers extolling the benefits of hiring a doula to their male friends whose wives are expecting. Rollogas says it makes total sense to her — especially in an age when fathers are expected to take a much more active role in pregnancy and delivery than they were even a generation ago — that men need support through the process as well. “I think men are afraid, I think they come in with a lot of fears and not a lot of information,” Rollogas says. Just as she does with her female clients, Rollogas tries hard to make sure that dadsto-be feel supported. In fact, she says, one of the most wonderful parts of her job is getting to be there during a delivery and witness the change that so often happens when men see their baby for the first time. “Just being able to watch this guy become a dad in those hours,” says Rollogas. “It’s my favorite thing.”

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Goochland resident Amy Rollogas, who works as a labor and delivery coach — or doula — looks on after helping Jamie Murry through the birth of her baby, Aiden Faith. Rollogas describes her role as being there to support and guide both expectant mothers and their partners through the often emotionally and physically challenging road to childbirth. Contributed photo


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Company 6 to welcome Santa, local kids for annual breakfast Hadensville Fire Rescue (Company 6) will be hosting its 5th annual Breakfast with Santa from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15, at the firehouse, located at 4810 Three Chopt Rd. in Louisa. This free event will offer a chance for children to enjoy eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, milk and juice. Santa will be making an appearance, and will be bringing gifts.

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CAROLE R. BILLINGSLEY Carole Reese Billingsley, 78, of Henrico, was welcomed home by our Lord and Savior on Sept. 24, 2017. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roy Billingsley; her son, Marc Billingsley; and her granddaughter, Kristin Billingsley. Carole is survived by her sons, Mitch Billingsley and wife, Patti of Rockville; Carl Billingsley and his wife, Melanie of Charlotte; grandchildren, Jamie (Hillary), Ashleigh Kaye (JT), Kindell (Patric), Courtney, Matt and Michael; great-grandchildren, Caroline

and Camden Billingsley and Maddox Trobaugh; adoring sister, Patty McLaurin (Ronnie) of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; dedicated sister-in-law, Page Billingsley of Raleigh, North Carolina; special nephew, Jimmy Raines of Chesterfield; and her loving Dachshund, Marley. Carole is best remembered for her love of family, especially her children and grandchildren. She was a caregiver to both Roy and Marc for years, demonstrating her selfless dedication to each. Gran, as she was affectionately known as, loved shopping especially

with and for her grandchildren and was quite the savvy antique collector. Because of her determined spirit, she was an inspiration to all following her cancer diagnosis. Her family finds solace in knowing that she is with God and whole again. Her family will receive friends at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2, at Berea Baptist Church, 15421 Pouncey Tract Rd., where a memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. A celebration reception will immediately follow at the church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Berea Baptist Church.

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The last day of the Goochland High School All Night Graduation Poinsettia & Christmas cactus sale is Dec. 1, with pick-up from 1 – 6 p.m. in GHS cafeteria. The 6-inch foil-covered poinsettias are available in four colors, including red, white, pink and jingle

       

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bell, for $13 each. The 4-inch foil-covered Christmas cacti in assorted colors are available for $10 each. Contact Sharon Thomas with questions at sharon@thomas.place.com or text (804)306-0707.

A Gingerbread House Workshop will be held at the Goochland Branch Library from 10 - 11:30 a.m. for children ages 11 and under. Participants will make and decorate their own gingerbread house for the holidays. Call (804) 556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Saturday, Dec. 2 Road West for more informaFife Co. 4 Fire/Rescue tion or to sign up for this proAuxiliary, located at 2397 gram. Hadensville Fife Road, will hold their annual free Santa’s The Goochland Christmas Breakfast from 8 to 11 a.m. All Mother is seeking volunteers to are invited to come out, enjoy wrap gifts. Wrapping starts at a delicious breakfast and visit 8 a.m. at Central High School, with Santa and their neighbors. located at 2748 Dogtown Road, For more information, call and will continue until all the Venna at (804) 457-4238. gifts are wrapped, approximate-

ly noon. More information is available at www.christmasmother.org. Sunday, Dec. 3 Goochland-based author Mary Lynn Bayliss, will be giving a talk about her new book “The Dooleys of Richmond: An Irish Immigrant Family in the Old and New South, at 3 p.m. at Mount Bernard, located at 2371 River Rd. West in Goochland. The book offers the first fullscale, dual biography of John and James Dooley, father-andson businessmen who headed of one of Richmond’s wealthiest and most powerful families.

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Recent Property Transfers 1863 Abbeyfield Road, Maidens; Derek R. Gage to Thomas O. Cantrell, $285,500. 4012 W Chapel Drive, Goochland; Marcella M. Crowder to Matthew C. Hammond Jr., $230,000.  22 Dahlgren Road, Richmond; William W. Belt to Bryan Andwar Johnson, $849,800. 3711 Forest Grove Road, Sandy Hook; Kathryn A. Torio to Benjamin Blankenstein,

$316,800. 604 Joe Brooke Lane, Manakin-Sabot; Brian W. Taylor to Joan B. Wilton, $1,090,000. 4861 Old Fredericksburg Road, Mineral; Michael A. Petruzzielo to Linwood Paul, $190,000. 5052 Shannon Hill Road, Kent’s Store; Raymond C. Roddy to Joshua W. Beavers, $220,000. 7208 Shenfield Avenue,

Glen Allen; Eagle Construction of Virginia LLC to Michael G. McDuffie, $454,383.  903 Sunset Drive, Manakin-Sabot; Renavatio III LLC to David N. Haslup, $444,500. 4354 Whitehall Road, Sandy Hook; Patricia A. Sullivan to Brian C. Adams, $300,000. 7185 Yare Street, Glen Allen; Eagle Construction of Virginia LLC to Kevin J. Masterson, trustee, $449,617.

Goochland Santa Calling sponsoring a Santa Claus calling program for County children age 8 and under. Please submit a registration form for each child to: Goochland County Parks and Recreation 1800 Sandy Hook Road, P.O. Box 910 Goochland, VA 23063 Phone calls will be made on Thursday, December 14, 2017 between the hours of 6:00 – 7:30pm. Please note your time preference on the form. Registrations must be returned by Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017.

Field Day of the Past helping create new holiday memories Contributed report

A favorite Goochland holiday tradition will once again offer a glittering glimpse of holidays past. On Sunday, Nov. 26, Field Day of the Past lit up the skies when its holiday lights went on in anticipation of its annual holiday Open House, “A Celebration of the Season,” which is set this year for Dec. 9. Each year, Field Day of the Past volunteers deck the halls and many of the permanent structures on the grounds in glimmering holiday attire. Icicles drip from the Short Pump Garage and Short Pump Grocery, a huge star beams from the fire tower. The gold mining equipment, the sorghum building, the smoke house and other buildings twinkle and shine. Springfield Baptist Church stands in a soft glow and a lit tree hangs from one of the water towers. “A Celebration of the Season” invites local residents to join in a family fun time celebrating the holidays. Inside

the Educational Building, a huge tree awaits some helping hands to decorate it. The Field Day of the Past Post Office is open, inviting kids young and old, to put their holiday wishes to paper, and mail them off to the St. Nick, himself. In past years, if his time allows, Santa will reply to all those who take the time to write. A bonfire lights up the night, adding a sparkle to the surroundings, and youngsters are invited to partake in the S’more making which goes on as part of the celebration. In addition to the Educational Building, the Short Pump Grocery is open to visitors, as is the Short Pump Garage, Springfield Baptist Church and the log cabin. Over at the Canning Kitchen, soup is brewing on the stove and is available for sale along with the most delectable candies and cookies which epitomize the taste of the season. Inside the Educational Building, hot dogs, drinks — both hot and

cold — and chips can also be purchased. Proceeds from the sale of these items will benefit the Goochland High School Drama Club. There is also a very good chance that Santa will be putting in an appearance during the evening. Field Day of the Past’s annual “A Celebration of the Season” event will take place on Saturday, Dec. 9 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Field Day of the Past showgrounds, located at 1741 Ashland Road in Goochland. Take I-64, exit #173 (Rockville-Manakin), go approximately 1/8 of a mile and enter the grounds through the Wise Choice Convenience Center on the corner of Rts. 623 (Ashland Rd.) and 622 (Three Chopt Rd.). Admission to the event is nonperishable food items or monetary donations to the Goochland Food Bank. For more information call 804-908-1412 or visit the organization’s website at www. fielddayofhtepast.net. Also, keep up to date on Facebook.

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Parks and Recreation is currently accepting nominations for our Wall Of Fame! This award honors Goochland residents who have demonstrated a longstanding humanitarian commitment to addressing community needs. Nominees must have contributed substantial service for a minimum of five years and made a lasting impact on the citizens of Goochland County. Nominations are due by December 31, 2017. Inductees will be selected by January 31, 2018.

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Christmas Mother program a county treasure By Roslyn Ryan Editor

By the time you read this column, Goochland’s Christmas Mother and her many dedicated volunteers will have purchased the bulk of the gifts and supplies they will need to meet their goal of making the holiday special for every Goochland resident. On its face, what they do is fairly straightforward: They identify a need, and they meet it. But, upon further examination, what

they actually accomplish is so much more than that. Thanks to the Christmas Mother program, a young single mother will not have to feel the pain of knowing that her children missed out on the joyful holiday they deserved. Thanks to the volunteers who so generously donate their time, dozens of our seniors will spend the holiday enjoying a good meal, and knowing that their community values them. Thanks to the many donations

from county residents, scores of local children, who otherwise would have gone without, will have Christmas memories they can keep forever. And thanks to the volunteer opportunities provided by the Christmas Mother program, young people from across the county will be able to experience first-hand what it feels like to give back to their community. For those whose lives will be touched this year by the Christmas program, it is truly a blessing — and

those who make the program possible are the closest thing to angels you’re likely to see this side of the pearly gates. In the end, after all, making someone’s holiday is rarely about proffering the latest gadget or shiniest bauble. As our inspiring Christmas Mother and her volunteers will prove once again this year, sometimes simply recognizing someone’s humanity — and letting them know they matter — is the greatest gift of all.

Tragic day still fresh in many Americans’ memories By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

Sitting in Ms. Adams’ fifth period English class was never easy. The class came at the end of a long day for kids who were just becoming accustomed to changing classes and assuming roles as bonafide students. And, on Fridays, the minutes on the clock above the blackboard seemed to move painfully slow as the anticipation of a weekend without school increased with each passing second. The small speaker below the clock crackled once before any voices could be heard, and often it cracked followed by silence and no announcement ensued. But, this time was different and our princi-

pal, B.T. Doyle, began searching for words to describe the unimaginable to his student body. “President Kennedy was shot today in Dallas,” Doyle began. He didn’t provide the details or the ultimate terror of the final result, but the announcement was like no other in my memory, and Doyle’s voice indicated a seriousness that I’d seldom heard in my short life. “Yeah, I pulled back on my trusty slingshot and let go a shot right at the president,” joked our class clown who always had an inappropriate comment for almost any situation. No one laughed, and the teacher quickly told him to shut up. The scope of the national tragedy was not evident to us as eighthgraders, but the tears in our teacher’s

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eyes provided a clue that the next few days would be surreal, almost otherworldly. I stared out the windows of the class and noticed the flag at the office was flying at half-mast, a sure sign that someone important in America had passed, and it didn’t take an investigative journalist to understand that the president had been assassinated. I remember the bus ride home was subdued, and some older students wept as we headed for the numerous stops. When I returned home, my 80-year-old Great-Aunt Mollie was crying, something I’d never seen her do before. For some reason, I began to cry with her as we lamented the fate of a young president with

a young family, and the senseless nature of the crime. The days that followed seemed almost dream-like, with no semblance to normalcy as a nation grieved an almost unthinkable end to a presidency. Even the President’s opponents seemed shocked with the unbelievable set of events. We remained glued to our television sets for hours of coverage of the investigation, but more astutely focused on the pomp and ceremony that surrounds the death of a president. A riderless horse with boots turned backwards, guards from all branches of the Armed Forces standing in vigilant silence as thousands see Kennedy > 11

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Letters to the Editor Community came together to support county’s Company 2 Dear Editor, It is a time of year we all are aware of all the things we are thankful for but I want to take this time to also give thanks to all the friends and neighbors of Crozier Company 2 who gave of their time and their talents to help us with our annual Brunswick Stew and Bake Sale. The Auxiliary members were joined by so many people who stepped up to bake, to donate, to come and stir, to help clean up and to do so much to help at our yearly event. The purpose is to earn money for our fire fighters and rescue personnel and get them things they might need. We appreciate the support we get from our community. Sincerely, Ann Casey Company 2 Auxilliary President

Residents will have the chance to learn disaster relief skills Dear Editor, Recently it seems we cannot go one week without hearing about some significant natural or man-made disaster effecting some community in the United States. Wildfires out west, active shooters in churches and other places of public assembly, uncontrolled fires in Gatlinburg, Tennessee are just some that come to mind. What would you do if confronted with one of these situations? The fact is that most Americans are ill prepared to deal with emergencies. Goochland County FireRescue and Emergency Services wants to help you and your family become more disaster resistant. One way of doing this is to participate in an upcoming training see Letters > page 11


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Goochland’s Quincy Snead (22) tries to elude the grasp of Poquoson tackle Porter Doughty in first half action. Snead rushed eight times for 58 yards in the 21-10 loss to Poquoson in the Class 2, Region A final on Nov. 24 at Goochland High School.

Poquoson ends Goochland’s run in region finals By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Writer

For a group of seniors who recorded back-to-back undefeated regular season records, the Region 2 championship 21-10 loss to Poquoson at Goochland High School on Nov. 24 was a bitter disap-

pointment. Keeping that disappointment in the proper perspective is the coach’s job, and Goochland coach Joe Fowler didn’t shy from the challenge following last week’s loss in the third round playoff game. “Football seems like a real important part of their life

right now, but they are going to do more important things than play football; and a lot worse things are going to happen to them than losing a football game,” the coach said. “One of these days when they are faced with more important things, maybe tonight will help them deal

with it,” Fowler said. The coach also credited his graduating class for providing some special moments in a long time line of Bulldog success. “These kids went 20-0 in the regular season,” Fowler said. “There are a special group of young men who

have given so much to this program on and off the field. They’re definitely going to be missed.” Cole Nuckols began the game with a long kickoff return that set the Bulldogs up near midfield. Quincy Snead snapped off a run of over 30 yards and the Bulldogs were

threatening early. Quarterback Devin McCray snuck the ball over and Goochland snatched an early lead over the Islanders, 7-0. Poquoson quickly answered with a precision-like see Football> 8


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There was a buzz in the Benedictine auditorium while five Cadets athletes sat at a table on the stage on Nov. 8. It’s a familiar sight at Benedictine to celebrate National Signing Day and the most recent one featured four baseball players and one wrestler. Of the five athletes, three will play collegiality at the Division I level, while the other two will play at Division III schools. Holden Fiedler signed with Lynchburg College, Josh Brown will head to Virginia Wesleyan, Greg Ryan signed to become a Pitt Panther, Callaway Sigler will join James Madison University and Christos Avgeros will head to Old Dominion University. Benedictine baseball coach Sean Ryan said during the ceremony that the commitment scenarios for the four baseball

Football continued from >7 drive that netted the visitors their first points of the game, 7-7. After the teams traded fumbles on ensuing possessions, Poquoson was poised to take the lead inside the Bulldog 5-yard line. But, Goochland’s defense stiffened and turned in a goal line stand that ably represented their season long tenacity. It seemed the Bulldogs had captured a glimmer of momentum after taking over on downs deep in their own territory, but the hint of hope was quickly extinguished

players varied from Ryan verbally committing to Pitt three years ago to Fiedler making his decision just a week before signing day. “It’s amazing the way baseball works,” Ryan said. “These guys have put in time and effort to get to this day.” Ryan, the Cadets shortstop, hit .418 last season, scored 25 runs and had 36 RBIs. He had four doubles, five triples, five home runs and had a .483 on-base percentage and a .785 slugging percentage. Ryan had committed become a Panther before even recording a single out at the varsity level, according to his coach. “We always saw the talent in Greg,” Ryan said during the ceremony. “He’s gotten better every day that he’s been here at Benedictine.” Benedictine’s centerfielder, Sigler, hit .383 last season, scoring 34 runs and accounted for 27 RBIs. Sigler stole 16 bases last year and hit three

home runs with a .490 onbase percentage. “He quickly became a leader on our team last year,” Ryan said during the ceremony. “Callaway is going to make an immediate impact at JMU when he gets there.” Josh Brown, the second baseman for the Cadets, will become a Marlin. He hit .288 last season and had 9 RBIs, 12 runs scored, three doubles and a .417 on-base percentage. “Last year, we looked at him and decided that not only would he be a good player for us in the future, but we also needed him to be good for us now,” Ryan said during the ceremony. “He’s done a lot of different things for us. He came into his own as an infielder. He’s one of the better second baseman around. He’s one of those guys who has done whatever we’ve asked him to do.” Holden Fiedler, a pitcher and catcher for Benedictine,

will head to the Old Dominion Athletic Conference and become a Hornet. He hit .283 last season and scored eight runs and had 6 RBIs. “He became an impactful player for us as a catcher,”

Ryan said during the ceremony. “We used him on the mound and gave us some valuable innings.” The final signee is a member of the three-time state champion Cadets team on the

wrestling mat in Avgeros. Benedictine wrestling coach and athletic director Ryan Hall spoke about Avgeros prior to his signing as well, saying he’s dedicated himself on and off the mat.

when Islander defensive end Brody McDevitt stole a screen pass in the end zone, putting the visitors up 14-7. “If we had completed that there wasn’t anyone within 25 yards of him, but the kid made a great play and stepped in front of it and made a great play,” Fowler said. Bulldogs kicker Zach Gordon added a 36-yard field goal as the half ended in a close contest, 14-10. The Islanders took the third quarter kickoff and control of the game with a physical drive than ended when running back Max Barrett scampered 20 yards to provide all the cushion the visi-

tors would need at 21-10. For the first time this season, Goochland’s run game was stifled by a hard charging group of Islander linebackers led by Robert Henesey, who also scored a first quarter touchdown on offense. “He’s the heart and soul of our team, a real tough kid,” Islanders coach Elliott Duty said. “He’s the best linebacker we’ve seen all year,” Fowler added. At any given time, a group of Islanders defenders converged on running back Jasper Carter as soon as he touched the ball. “We knew we had to stop

him,” said Duty. “You can’t let him (Carter) get started or they just roll. I thought we tackled well tonight and I thought we were physical,” he added. Fowler has a decent respect for teams who run the Wing T, a formation that has provided the base for his offense for many seasons. “They ran the Wing T,” Fowler said. “As a Wing T guy, it’s a joy to watch done well. I just wish they hadn’t done it well against us.” “They played better than we did tonight. Sometimes, that’s how it goes,” Fowler said. And, at the end of every

football season, there’s always the promise of next year, and Fowler displayed that eternal optimism following the loss. “We have a good group of young kids coming back and we’re going to be a pretty good football team next year.” The Bulldogs were represented on the All-James River District team. Center Conner Duncan, offensive lineman Ethan Kopczynski, running back Jasper Carter, kicker Zack Gordon and all-purpose player John King were all first team selections on offense. Carter was named Offensive Player of the Year.

Defensive lineman Ricky Mayfield, defensive end Jamal Carter, linebackers King and Sam Brooks, defensive backs Devin McCray and Cole Nuckols and all-purpose player Perry Snead-Johnson were first team selections on defense. Offensive lineman Jacob Massey, wideout Dallas Holmes, defensive end Keiston Carter, Gordon as a punter and Nuckols as a punt returner were second-team all-district selections Goochland will graduate 16 seniors from this season’s team, including many top contributors, like King, Carter and Nuckols to name a few.

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Benedictine’s Holden Fielder, left, Josh Brown, Greg Ryan, Callaway Sigler and Christos Avgeros signed their National Letters of Intent on Nov. 8 at Benedictine.


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Letters continued from > 6 opportunity that will give you the basic skills to help yourself, your family, friends and neighbors. Beginning in January, residents have an opportunity to become part of the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). This is a national curriculum that over the course of 22-hours will cover such items as light search and rescue, use of a fire extinguisher, basic first aid, teamwork, and overall emergency preparedness. In many communities,

CERT members may be called to assist others in the response to a significant disaster. They are often used to perform critical support functions which allow other responders to focus on the critical tasks that need to be performed. CERT is a program that strengthens a community’s resiliency and gives its participants important lifesaving skills. The next CERT class will begin in January and will be held at Centerville Fire-Rescue Station #3 (52 Broad Street Road, Manakin-Sabot). Class will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 10, and will

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meet on Jan. 17, 24 and 31, and Feb. 7, and 21. The class will culminate on Saturday, Feb. 24, with a simulated response to an emergency scenario. Wednesday classes will conclude by 9:30 p.m. and the Saturday class will be held from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Those who like additional information or wish to enroll in the upcoming CERT program are asked to call (804) 556-5304. Registration is limited to 20 individuals so don’t delay as classes fill up fast. Bill MacKay Goochland County Fire Rescue Chief

Kennedy continued from > 6 of mourners passed a casket resting in the Capitol — just some of the images that remain vivid in the minds of those who lived it. Heading to church the following Sunday seemed almost like a respite from the gloom and doom that surrounded every aspect of American life in the days following the assassination. The routine of the service offered a brief glimmer of how our lives used to be before those few seconds in Dallas.

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That small offering of some peace of mind was quickly shattered when our minister announced from the pulpit that Lee Harvey Oswald had been shot in Dallas. It wasn’t quite the world turned upside down, but there was a sense of confusion and dismay among all of us, and I personally wondered if things would ever return to the way they used to be. For many of us, that day will live in infamy, and I count myself one of the many who gauge their lives in timelines that revolve around that date.

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It’s difficult to explain but life was different after those horrific events in Dallas. Not a single person from my generation does not remember where they were when the President was shot, and the impact the news had on their lives. And that’s the way it was on Nov. 22, 1963. Some of us will never forget, while, hopefully, future generations will never have to remember a time when a nation’s blood was spilled on that street in Dallas. For many of us, it was the end of innocence.

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1. Citizen Comment 2. Requests to Postpone Agenda Items and Additions, Deletions or Changes in the Order of Presentation 3. Approval of Minutes: November 8, 2017 4. County Administrator Comments 5. Reports a. VDOT b. Fire Rescue Report c. Introduction of New County Staff d. Planning & Development Activity e. Accounts Payable 6. Consent Items: a. Approval of a Resolution Recognizing Registrar/Director of Elections Frances Ragland Upon Her Retirement the End of December with Formal Presentation of Resolution on Monday, December 11, 2017. b. Resolution Supporting Submission of a Transportation Alternative Grant Application to the Virginia Department of Transportation to Provide Funding to Construct a Segment of the West Creek Trail c. Resolution in Support of MEDARVA Healthcare’s Certificate of Need and for the Construction and Operation of a Diagnostic Imaging Center in Goochland County, Virginia d. FY18 General Fund Budget Amendment e. FY18 CIP Budget Amendments f. Consideration of the FY2018 Budget Process Calendar g. Authorization to Advertise for Public Hearing the County Administrator’s Proposed FY2019-2044 Capital Improvement Program h. Tentative referral(s) to the Planning Commission for January 3, 2018 I Request to refer to the Planning Commission for Public Hearing an Amendment to the Comprehensive Plan to Adopt an Updated Public Facilities Plan 7. New Business: a. Consideration of Advancing Planned FY19 Dispatcher Positions and Conversion of Part-Time Positions to Full-Time Position in Revenue Recovery b. Agency Presentations: Health and Human Services I Office of Children’s Services I Department of Social Services I Community Services Board I Health Department I Pamunkey Library I Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services 8. Appointments 9. Closed Meeting & Certification: Motion to convene a Closed Meeting for the purpose of discussing the performance and duties of the County Attorney, as permitted by Section 2.2-3711(A)(1) of the Code of Virginia. Certification required by Section 2.2-3712(D) of the Code of Virginia, upon

BOARD MEETING ROOM the conclusion of the Closed Meeting. 10. Dinner Break 11. 7:00 p.m. - Chairman Calls Meeting to Order 12. Citizen Comment 13. Public Hearings a. Ordinance to amend Chapter 3 (Animals), Article III (Dogs), Division 2 (License), Sec. 3-82 (Application; issuance), Sec. 3-84 (Payment of license tax), and Sec. 3-85 (Evidence of rabies inoculation required; veterinarians to provide treasurer with rabies certificate information); and Chapter 4 (Fees and taxes), Article II (Schedule of fees and charges), Sec. 4-16 (Animal protection fees) to allow for the issuance of lifetime dog licenses pursuant to recent changes in state law b. District 4 & District 5 RZ-2017-00001 Application filed by HHH Land, LLC, requesting a zoning reclassification of 207.839 acres from Industrial, Limited (M-1), with proffers, to Residential, Plan Unit Development (RPUD), with proffers, to develop an agerestricted (55 and older), residential community consisting of 520 single-family dwelling and townhouse lots. The property is in West Creek at the southeast intersection of Hockett Road and Tuckahoe Creek Parkway and also has frontage on Broad Branch Drive. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. c. District 4 RZ-2017-00006 Application filed by Readers Branch Partners, LLC and Hockett Road Partners, LLC requesting zoning reclassification of 152.91 acres from RPUD (Residential, Planned Unit Development with proffers to RPUD (Residential, Planned Unit Development) with proffers to develop a 308-detached singlefamily dwelling subdivision. The property is located on Hockett Road approximately 1,500 feet south of Broad Street Road. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Suburban Residential. d. Public Hearing to consider an amendment to Goochland County Code Sec. 14-251 to Amend the Boundaries of the Tuckahoe Creek Service District to Include Tax Map Parcel 63-11-0-A-6 in the Service District. e. District 4 Ordinance Amendment: Ordinance to amend Article 23 (Sign Regulations), Section 9 (Signs permitted in commercial districts (B-1, B-2, and B-3) and industrial districts (M-1, M-2, and P-O-P)) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance of the Goochland County Code to add subsection (6) to allow larger signs for properties in the area bounded by World War II Veterans Memorial Highway (State Route 288), Interstate 64, a line 500’ south of Broad Street Road (State Route 250), and the Goochland-Henrico County line. f. Countywide - An Ordinance to amend Article 21 (Supplementary Regulations) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to add Section 1 mandating disclosure of real parties in interest for certain applications 14. Adjournment: The Board of Supervisors will adjourn as follows: I Monday, December 11, 3 PM for a Board Work Session on the Capital Improvement Plan in Conference Room 270. The meeting is open to the public. I The next Regular Meeting of the Board of Supervisors is Wednesday, January 3, 2018, 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM, meetings are open to the

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Susan F. Lascolette, District 1 Manuel Alvarez, Jr., District 2 Ned S. Creasey, District 3, Chair Robert H. Minnick, District 4 Ken C. Peterson, District 5, Vice-Chair

TIME: 3:00 P.M. public. INFORMATION ONLY - PLANNING PUBLIC HEARINGS Following are cases to be heard by the Planning Commission on December 7, 2017. These items could be scheduled for public hearing by the Board on January 3, 2018. a. District 4 RZ-2017-00009 Application filed by Sheltering Arms Corporation requesting a zoning reclassification of 4.450 acres from R-3 (Residential, General) to M-1 (Industrial, Limited) to develop a hospital for Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Institute on Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-0-46-0 (GPIN 7726-65-7160). The property is located on Wilkes Ridge Circle. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. b. District 4 CU-2017-00013 Application filed by Sheltering Arms Corporation requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow the new hospital up to 80’ in height at 1612 Wilkes Ridge Circle on Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 59-1-0-46-0 (GPIN 7726-65-7160); 59-3-2-89-0 (GPIN 7726-75-2045); portion of 59-3-2-88-0 (GPIN 7726-741707); and a portion of 59-3-2-90-0 (GPIN 7726-80-8927). The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited) and R-3 (Residential, General) and consists of a total 25.099 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 18, Section 8 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. c. District 5 CU-2017-00011 Application filed by Val Osipenko, Extreme Heights, LLP requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a sports training facility at 12830 West Creek Parkway on Assessor’s Parcel No. 63-34-0-2-A (GPIN 7724-36-4703). The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited) and is 4.1 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 18, Section 3.9 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. d. District 2 CU-2017-00012 Application filed by David and Judy Marshall requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a bed and breakfast at 2308 Hobby Hill Drive (Hobby Hills Subdivision) on Assessor’s Parcel No. 27-10-0-3-0 (GPIN 6728-39-9392). The property is zoned A-1 (Agricultural, General) and is 2.43 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 2, Section 3.7 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area a Rural Enhancement. e. District 3 RZ-2017-00010 Application filed by Travis Johnson, Swann’s Inn, LLC requesting zoning reclassification of 23.548 acres from R-1 (Residential, Limited), with proffers, to R-3 (Residential, General), with proffers, to develop a 30-lot single-family subdivision on Assessor’s Parcel No. 42-1-0-33-0 (GPIN 6767-01-0576). The property is located at 2891 River Road West. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Flexible with Residential. f. Countywide Ordinance Amendment Ordinance to amend Article 30 (“Definitions’) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to amend the definition of “home occupation” to delete the provision allowing the rental of rooms to tourists This is a draft agenda only and is subject to change


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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Planning Commission Thursday, December 7, 2017, 6:45 p.m. 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room Suite 250, Goochland, VA Meeting is Open to the Public 7:00 p.m. - Public Hearings District 4 RZ-2017-00009 Application filed by Sheltering Arms Corporation requesting a zoning reclassification of 4.450 acres from R-3 (Residential, General) to M-1 (Industrial, Limited) to develop a hospital for Sheltering Arms Rehabilitation Institute on Assessor’s Parcel No. 59-1-0-46-0 (GPIN 7726-65-7160). The property is located on Wilkes Ridge Circle. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. District 4 CU-2017-00013 Application filed by Sheltering Arms Corporation requesting a Conditional Use Permit to allow the new hospital up to 80’ in height at 1612 Wilkes Ridge Circle on Assessor’s Parcel Nos. 59-1-0-46-0 (GPIN 7726-657160) and 59-3-2-88-0 (GPIN 7726-74-1707). The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited) and R-3 (Residential, General) and consists of a total 25.099 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 18, Section 8 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. District 5 CU-2017-00011 Application filed by Val Osipenko, Extreme Heights, LLP requesting a Conditional Use Permit to operate a sports training facility at 12830 West Creek Parkway on Assessor’s Parcel No. 63-34-0-2-A (GPIN 772436-4703). The property is zoned M-1 (Industrial, Limited) and is 4.1 acres. The Conditional Use Permit is required by Article 18, Section 3.9 of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Prime Economic Development. District 3 RZ-2017-00010 Application filed by Swann’s Inn, LLC requesting zoning reclassification of 23.548 acres from R-1 (Residential, Limited), with proffers, to R-3 (Residential, General), with proffers, to develop a 30-lot single-family subdivision on Assessor’s Parcel No. 42-1-0-33-0 (GPIN 6767-01-0576). The property is located at 2891 River Road West. The Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Flexible with Residential. Countywide Ordinance Amendment An Ordinance to amend Article 30 (“Definitions’) of the Goochland County Zoning Ordinance (Appendix A to the Goochland County Code of Ordinances) to amend the definition of “home occupation” to delete the provision allowing the rental of rooms to tourists. Anyone may attend to express opinions on the above. Full text of the above information is available in the Planning Office, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, Suite 280 Goochland, VA 23063 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@goochlandva.us. Website: www.goochlandva.us.

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famous 14. Not happy 15. Farm animal 17. Give a nickname to 19. Uses up 20. Type of missile (abbr.) 23. Criticizes 24. Midwife 25. Entwined 26. Supervises interstate commerce 27. A way to convert 28. Female sibling 29. TV network 30. Tropical Asian plant 31. Line on a map 32. Denotes songbirds 33. Made publicly known 34. He devised mud cleats for football 36. Trends

CANCER • Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, a drastic shift in direction at work can catch you off guard at first, especially since you’ve been comfortable. But this challenge can provide greater opportunities.

LIBRA • Sept 23/Oct 23 Libra, an unexpected turn of events spices things up in the coming days. Enjoy this change of pace but do your best to stay grounded throughout the tumult.

CAPRICORN • Dec 22/Jan 20 Assignments at work take precedence this week, Capricorn. Do your best to navigate your way through a lengthy to-do list. Don’t let distractions get in your way.

TAURUS • Apr 21/May 21 Your poker face is on this week, Taurus. Keep things close to the vest as you have a surprise to announce and don’t want to spill the beans prematurely.

LEO • Jul 23/Aug 23 Impatience will not serve you well this week, Leo. There is no room for shortcuts, so buckle down and devote yourself to the tasks at hand, even if they take a while.

SCORPIO • Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, controlled chaos is the source of your inspiration this week. Ruffle a few feathers, but make sure you do so in a productive and effective way.

AQUARIUS • Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, living in your imagination helps you drum up creative ideas, but this week you have to periodically reconnect with reality. Shift the focus to work or family.

GEMINI • May 22/Jun 21 You can’t seem to sit still this week, Gemini. Get outdoors and take a hike or engage in another form of physical activity. Enjoy getting outside for some fun and fresh air.

VIRGO • Aug 24/Sept 22 A partnership might hit a r ough patch this week, Virgo. But it isn’t anything serious. Commit to working things out and you will have benefitted from this experience.

SAGITTARIUS • Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, the solution to a problem you have had for awhile will come to you this week. This immediately makes you more comfy allows you to focus on recreation.

PISCES • Feb 19/Mar 20 The road to satisfaction can’t be found on a GPS device, Pisces. You have to do some soul-searching and figure out what you want.

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ARIES • Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, an outburst of creativity may surprise those close to you, but this week you just may need an outlet. Channel this energy into a project you have been hoping to complete.


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