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Volume 59, Number 32 • August 15, 2013

Legal fight continues as Benedictine prepares for opening

ON TAP FOR PARKS & REC W Thanks to a $30,000 donation from CarMax, an amphitheatre planned for Tucker Park at Maidens Landing should be completed by mid-September.

„ The renovated courthouse complex will be open on Aug. 31, the first day of youth football. „ Planning for bigger crowds at next year’s Fourth of July celebration. Attendance has grown each year with no additional marketing.

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A Goochland County Circuit Court judge last week denied a request to halt work on road improvements at the site of Benedictine College Preparatory School’s site on River Road. Attorney Patrick M. McSweeney had asked the court to order the Virginia Department of Transportation and Benedictine to halt any further work until the Goochland County Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) reviews the school’s Plan of Development (POD) at a scheduled Aug. 26 meeting. Judge Timothy K. Sanner dismissed the petition, calling the series of legal challenges to Benedictine’s move “extremely frustrating” and an inefficient use of the court’s time. “It’s kind of hard to enjoin work that’s already been done,” Sanner said. “All we’re asking is that no more work be done,” replied McSweeney, who has consistently maintained that no work should see Benedictine > page 4

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‘IT HAS A LIFE OF ITS OWN NOW’ On heels of Fourth of July celebration’s record-breaking success, county parks director busy planning for future projects

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Goochland County Parks and Recreation director Derek Stamey told the Goochland County Board of Supervisors last week that the attendance at the Fourth of July fireworks celebration was a record-breaker. The overflow crowds filled all of the county’s designated parking areas, and spectators spilled over to other courthouse venues. Stamey said the celebration has steadily gained in popularity since its inception. “We’ve seen the numbers steadily increase for the past five years.” More than 15,000 people attended this year’s festivities, and Stamey said the event con-

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Daric Clarke and Brittany Melton, a rising sophomore and freshman, respectively, at Goochland High School, recently participated in the National Young Leaders State Conference in Washington, D.C. During the conference, they explored the concepts of diversity and tolerance as well as investigated the effect of words and actions on others. The scholars discussed their roles as leaders and developed strategies for ensuring that diverse people and ideas are respected in their schools and communities. They also participated in a conflict resolution workshop where they explored how conflict can escalate from discomfort to crisis. Brittany, Daric and their fellow scholars then practiced a variety of techniques to help address conflict appropriately.

Nominated by their teachers to attend NYLSC Daric Clarke, left, a rising sophomore, and Brittany Melton, a rising freshman, were nominated by their teachers at Goochland High School to attend the National Young Leaders State Conference. Submitted photo

They also explored the ways in which leaders work with others. The scholars were led by faculty advisors in an activity that highlighted key facets of group dynamics, including decision making norms, communication method and leadership styles. After participating in that activity, Brittany and Daric discussed how as leaders, they can adjust their style to meet the needs of both the

group and the task at hand. The NYLSC allowed the scholars to practice a number of key leadership concepts, including: group dynamics, effective communication, and decision-making and conflict resolution. Daric and Brittany have taken the skills learned at NYLSC and developed a personal leadership plan that they will use in their school and community.

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Parks continued from > page 1 Board chairman Ken Peterson asked if continued growth could present potential problems. “Do we have plans to be able to accommodate most of the Commonwealth if they show up?” Stamey said his department has already begun looking at that situation for next year. “I think we do know that it’s kind of caught on – if you will – and I know the sheriff and the fire chief would really need to huddle before next year,” county administrator Rebecca Dickson said. “It has a life of its own now.” Stamey also said the renovated courthouse complex will be open on Aug. 31, the first day of youth football. There’s also news at the county’s newest recreation area, Tucker Park at Maidens Landing. Thanks to a $30,000 donation from CarMax, an amphitheatre planned for the site should be completed by mid-September. “There’s a lot going in our world,” Stamey said.

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In other business, the supervisors approved Pouncey Tract Partner’s rezoning application to build age restricted homes on 49 acres located between Pouncey Tract and Ashland roads. The matter was deferred last month due to questions over the amount of road proffers included in the application. Developer Scott Gaeser previously agreed to construct turn lanes and a connector road to accompany the project, but supervisors said they thought some of those improvements might be considered on-site. Since the last meeting, Gaeser provided documentation that the road improvements were not necessary for him to complete his project, effectively making the improvements off-site and eligible for proffer credits. In the end, the board accepted Gaeser’s proposal from last month’s meeting, and agreed to a $2,000 per unit road proffer charge. The age restricted maintenancefree homes are expected to have little to no impact on Goochland schools

so that part of the proffer also was waived. An accompanying application containing a commercial element to the development also was approved unanimously by the board. Supervisors also unanimously approved a motion to set a public hearing for next month regarding amendments to the county’s current dog ordinances. County Attorney Norman Sales said the first change would allow exemptions for the nuisance dog portion of the code. Companion, hunting or licensed kennel dogs among others are included. The change also decriminalizes penalties for noise violations. The second code adjustment examines Goochland’s current vicious or dangerous animal code to bring it in line with state regulations. He described those changes as more farreaching. Sales said he would present a pointby-point explanation of those proposed changes at next month’s meeting.

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have been done either on the road or at the school after the appeal of the POD was filed. “All work has to stop until the BZA has heard the merits.” Plaintiff Andrew Thexton said later in the week that work widening the road at the entrance to the Abbey site has increased water runoff onto his property at 12766 River Road, just east of the entrance to the school. He said water running downhill in a ditch on the south side of the road is directed through a culvert onto his property and travels through an easement before continuing eastward. Thexton said the increased runoff and backup prevents him from draining water from under his home. With the school’s planned opening date of Sept. 3 approaching, legal activity has increased. The Goochland Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) met Monday and voted unanimously to maintain its scheduled Aug. 26 meeting to consider the merits of the appeal of the POD. A hearing also was scheduled Tuesday, Aug. 13, in Goochland Circuit Court to hear challenges by the Benedictine Society and Goochland County to the BZA’s decision that it has jurisdiction to review the POD in question but a decision on that matter was not expected immediately. VDOT opposed the motion by the plaintiffs at the hearing last week, said Brian J. Gottstein, director of communications for the Office of the Attorney General of Virginia in an email to the Gazette. “The court hearing on August 6 was over a preliminary motion that was limited

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River Road homeowner Andrew Thexton stands by the culvert on the south side of River Road east of Benedictine. He said the culvert directs water under River Road and onto his property on the north side of the road. Thexton, a plaintiff in the suit to appeal Benedictine’s Plan of Development, said the increased drainage has damaged his property.

to the issue of whether there were sufficient immediate circumstances as defined in the Administrative Process Act (§2.2-4000 et seq., Code of Virginia) to permit the court to halt the VDOT permitting process. VDOT opposed the petitioners’ motion to stay because it was untimely and because the laws the petitioners cited to bring their issues to the court did not apply in this case,” wrote Gottstein. VDOT attorney Elizabeth Dwyer cited

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www.goochlandgazette.com the Administrative Process Act and said the petitioners should have asked for an injunction in April, when the land use permit governing the roadwork was issued by the agency. After a brief recess, Sanner denied the request, noting the majority of the work has already been done and that the APA applied. Thexton, who was seated in the witness chair at one point during the hearing before being asked to step down before giving any testimony, said he was frustrated by the judge’s decision. “All I’ve been trying to do since January is simply to be heard,” he said. In an email to the Gazette later in the week he said “The damages are mounting. While there are obvious damages, likely unknown damages, and future damages, the potential health effects are most worrisome.” “Following an initial response from the county saying they would respond to my concerns within a week, Goochland County has spent untold time and tax dollars with the sole purpose of delaying, and ultimately avoiding, a hearing on the facts and merits of this case. The citizens of Goochland County should be outraged with the actions of their county government for, if this were their property, their home, their family, or their children being affected, how much of their time and resources would it be necessary to expend to be heard?” he asked. “Goochland County is unexplainably in lock-step with Benedictine, a non-tax paying organization, while spending seemingly limitless monies to prevent a hearing for a taxpaying citizen,” he concluded.

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OBITUARIES: Death Notices

August 7, 2013. His remains with the Rev. Frank Lomax, rest at the Robert Mealy pastor. Interment followed in BROOKS, Kendall, of Funeral Home in Goochland. the church cemetery. Rockville, Va., went to be with Funeral notice will be pubhis Lord on Sunday, August lished later. Richard W. Rollins Jr. 4, 2013. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bubba ROLLINS, “Red� Richard Kevin Grinnell and Jane Brooks. He is surW. Jr., 66 of Gum Springs, vived by his wife, Debra; son, GRINNELL, Kevin Scott, Va., departed this life on Michael and Brittany Brooks; 50, of Richmond, Va., depart- August 3, 2013. He was the daughter, Caitlin and Stevie ed this life on Tuesday, August son of the late Kidd; sister, Tammy and Allen 6, 2013. He was preceded in Irene Watson Hill. The family received death by his parents, Branche Shelton and friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on and Kate McCowan Grinnell; Richard W. Tuesday, August 6, 2013, at and a brother, Michael Rollins Sr. He the West Chapel of Bennett McCowan. He is survived by leaves behind Funeral Home at 11020 W. two sisters, Marjorie Fraser sister, Dorothy Broad St. A memorial ser- of Los Angeles, Calif., and Lee Minor; vice was held on Wednesday, Pamela Williams (George) of and friend, John Waddy; six August 7, 2013, at Goochland Crozier, Va.; one aunt, Mary children, James “Charlie� Baptist Church at 2454 H. Booker; three nephews, Anderson, Amy Brice Towles, Manakin Rd. in Manakin- two nieces and a host of other Erik Payne, Derrik Payne, Sabot. In lieu of flowers, relatives and friends, includ- Tameka Sharpe and LaToya donations may be made to ing two devoted friends, Clark; 17 grandchildren, sisVCU Massey Center, Bone Raleigh Poindexter and Sylvia ter-in-law; Dorothy Jones Marrow Transplant Unit, P.O. Cox; and his pets, Jada and Rollins, and devoted friend, Box 980157, Richmond, VA Princess. His remains rest at Thelma E. Oliver. He also was 23298, Attn: Cheryl Jacocks- the Robert Mealy Funeral and cherished by multiple Terrell. Home at 2530 Dogtown Rd. family members and close in Goochland, Va. Funeral ser- friends. He was a member of James Daniels vices were held on Saturday, the New Line Baptist Church. DANIELS, James Leroy Sr., August 10, 2013, at the First Chiles Funeral Home was in 72, of Goochland, Va., depart- Union Baptist Church at 1463 charge of funeral arrangeed this life on Wednesday, Cardwell Rd. in Crozier, Va., ments.

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Tantilla Gardens, more than just a memory By Jim Ridolphi, Contributing Columnist It’s just a parking lot now. There’s no plaque to mark the spot the old icon stood, once occupying a full block on the main drag. Now, the steady hum of traffic plays the only notes, and the world passes the spot without pause, not knowing what once occurred on this hallowed ground. For the past 30 years, I’ve heard the homogenized references to Tantilla Gardens, evoking a vision of almost a country club atmosphere where big bands belted out tunes to a swaying audience. It wasn’t that way by the time I got to the place. Tantilla had long since reached its decline in the mid-1960s, a victim of the flight to suburbia that claimed all the old dance halls. Seems like normal people just didn’t have the time to dress up, brown bag a bottle of bourbon, and head down to the once renowned showplace. The ballroom sat atop a bowling alley that had been outdated almost from the time it was built. Its most distinguishing feature was the lack of machinery at the end of the lanes, and the faint image of a man sitting behind the pins, at the ready to reset and return the balls. It was a reminder of a different era, even in the ’60s. No one actually bowled at Tantilla by the time I was old enough to enter on my own. There were sev-

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eral small bowling alleys on Broad Street, and all of them seemed more accommodating than the dirt and grime at Tantilla. And the old ballroom at the top of the stairs wasn’t much better. It had been years since the place had been cleaned and dusted and the huge room had seen better days, glory days from what people said. You couldn’t tell it by its current condition. Most of the chairs at the small tables were broken or missing a leg. The raised sections of the area looked like a fight had just taken place with tables often overturned or missing pieces. It didn’t matter to us. As a 15year-old, the thought of actually having the nerve to ask someone out, taking her to a dance, partying, and who knew what else far outweighed the shabby appearance of our surroundings. The place had a unique aura, and you immediately felt you were part of something that was special and momentous. The hum of the large crowds immediately let you know something big was about to happen. A small Climax Ginger Ale sign provided the only light over the concession, where mixers were sold to accompany the spirits that arrived see Tantilla > page 8

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Letters to the Editor ‘Looking up’ has special meaning Since losing my precious sister Joan Weigelhofer to a brutal murder 10 years ago this Aug. 14, I have learned to “look up” more than ever. With the Virginia State Police still investigating this case, but with no resolution to date, I just “look up.” I know that Joan is with our Father in Heaven now and I can “look up” and know she is at peace. She was a wonderful sister and at times like a mother to me. Sometimes I still want to pick up the phone and share a laugh with her or get her opinion on something but . . . I can’t do that. So I draw from memories of watching her spin around in that “poodle skirt,” I remember when we would laugh so hard we would cry over something silly at the dinner table, watching her love on someone who was hurting or needed help. I remember how we would laugh when we got off key singing while Joan played Mama’s piano. I remember Joan going on that first date, the time she accidentally dyed her hair green. I remember so many sweet things about my sister Joan. Yes, I “look up” these days when thinking of my sister Joan. I look up and thank God for taking her home that day when someone took her life from her. If you knew Joan, why don’t you “look up” too on and smile knowing she is at rest with God. I love you, Joan! Mary Tustin Henrico

Birthday celebrated by helping food pantry Who gives away all their birthday presents? That is exactly what I, Elizabeth “Ebu” Brown, did on the Monday morning following my 70th birthday party. We arrived at the Goochland

Free Clinic and Family Service building with the back of my niece’s car full of food. My sister, Claudia Hicks of Rockville, my niece, Susan Tinsley of Rockville, and my nephew, Jimmy Hicks of Richmond gave me an invitation to my own birthday party several weeks before the event. At the bottom of the invitation there was a line that read, “In lieu of gifts, please consider donating several canned food items for the Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services Food Pantry.” I just loved the idea. They serve more than 125 families in Goochland County weekly. On the day of the party, 62 family members and friends arrived to celebrate my birthday. They came loaded down with bags full of all kinds of canned foods. By the time the meal started the food pantry table was laden with cans several layers tall and completely covered. In my remarks to those gathered, I thanked everyone for bringing so much food to help those in need. What a great way to pay tribute to me. There is a huge misconception about who visits food banks. When, in fact, many are the elderly, single mothers or disabled who need to eat each day. Often a local food bank is their only option. A food drive is a great way to engage friends and family while bringing awareness that Goochland has many families that are struggling now more than ever. This Birthday Food Drive was an easy and small thing to do, but its impact in the community was huge! I would encourage others cele-

brating birthdays and anniversaries or other life milestones to do the same by asking for donations of canned goods for your local food bank in your community. Anyone can do it. One cousin from Bath County was so touched by the generosity of my guests that she has decided to do the same thing for her local food pantry when her daughter has her surprise 60th birthday party. So on a sunny Monday morning, we unloaded my birthday presents at the Food Pantry. My friends and family donated 350 pounds of food, which included 173 cans and 66 food items in other packaging. In addition, several people gave financial donations totaling $115. To learn how you can celebrate any occasion with gifts of food, money or service, contact Adair Roper at 804556-6260 or email her at aroper@ co.goochland.va.us. Adair can help you decide how to give back in a way that is true to your values and goals. Elizabeth S. Brown Richmond

Thanks for 4th support The Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services appreciates the community’s support for our Food Pantry during the July 4th fireworks festivities. The Goochland County Department of Parks and Recreation spearheaded the effort to collect nonsee Letters > page 8

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The Goochland County Chamber of Commerce will be joining with Susan Bennett, CFA, financial advisory, Morgan Stanley, and Lauren Gibson, owner/director, Aspire Dance Academy in presenting Business After Hours from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22, at Aspire Dance Academy at 1903 Manakin Rd. near Route 250 in Manakin Sabin. Door prizes will be awarded. Members are encouraged to bring guests. Other chamber upcoming events include: “Women in Business,” which will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 27, at The Rumble Seat Grill. Karen Bowles, owner of Etiquette School of the Commonwealth, will present a life skills approach to teach-

ing manners, dining skills and social etiquette. Members are invited to bring a friend. The 22nd Annual Fall Golf Tournament is scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 10, at the Sycamore Creek Golf Course in Manakin Sabot. Participants will be able to hit range balls at 11:30 a.m. Lunch on the Grill will be served at noon, followed by a 1 p.m. shotgun start. Dinner will follow the tournament. Free beverages will be provided all day. Prizes will be awarded. Anyone who makes a hole-inone on #11 will receive $10,000 cash. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Scholarship Fund for Goochland High School. Chamber members are encouraged to support the

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August 15, 2013

An interdenominational Bible study/ fellowship is being held through Aug. 29 in Goochland. Meetings are being held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays at the Goochland YMCA. The focus is a simple and practical look at the lessons contained in the book of Jonah. The study is an outreach of Calvary Chapel Fluvanna and will be led by pastor Steve Feden. For more information on Calvary Chapel Fluvanna, visit www.ccfluvanna.com. Friday, Aug. 16 Summer Salad Supper & Book Review begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Goochland Branch Library. Enjoy a tasty salad supper provided by the Friends of the Goochland Library and share your favorite summer reads. For more information, call 804556-4774 or visit the library at 3075 River Road West.

Tantilla continued from > page 6 in plain wrappers. On many nights, you’d walk past the front door security and ticket takers, many with brown bags in plain sight, and proceed to the ballroom without incident. On other nights, the top of the stairs was almost blocked by a huge shopping cart full of confiscated liquor. You knew those nights would be more challenging, and last-minute rearranging, usually to your date’s purse, became necessary. On all nights, some liquor got through, and, on most occasions, the liquor flowed like a speakeasy, resulting in more chairs and furniture being broken. The dances didn’t take place every weekend, but when they did, the place was packed. The admission was reasonable, and local promoters sponsored the events, booking two to three bands for each event. It was the social highlight of the week, and for a bunch of unsophisticated teenagers, Tantilla seemed civilized and cultured. Some nights, we

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ly at 7:30 p.m. Revival services begin Annual Homecoming and Revival nightly at 8 p.m. will be held Sunday through Thursday, The Gum Spring United Methodist Aug. 18-22, at St. Mark Baptist Church in Maidens. The morning message begins Church will hold an Open House from 2 at 11 a.m. and will be delivered by the to 4 p.m. for the local community to tour pastor, the Rev. Gregory Washington. its new facility at 191 Cross County Road On Sunday afternoon, the Rev. James in Gum Spring. The public is invited to Hedgepeth of the North Gayton Baptist attend. Thursday, Aug. 22 Church in Richmond will deliver the homecoming message. The evangelist An interdenominational Bible study/ for the revival on Monday and Tuesday, fellowship meets from 7 until 8:30 p.m. Aug. 19-20, will be the Rev. Michael at the Goochland YMCA. The focus is a Black, pastor of the Westwood Baptist simple and practical look at the lessons Church in Richmond. On Wednesday contained in the book of Jonah. The study and Thursday, Aug. 21- 22, the evan- is an outreach of Calvary Chapel Fluvanna gelist will be the Rev. Darren Brandon, and is led by pastor Steve Feden. For more pastor of the Little Zion Baptist Church information on Calvary Chapel Fluvanna, in Carson. Dress code for the revival/ visit www.ccfluvanna.com. nightly services is church casual wear. Prayer and Praise Services begin nightSunday, Aug. 18

even wore a tie to the dances, and the girls always treated it like the social occasion it was. Many a first kiss took place in the dark recesses of Tantilla Gardens, and many a school ring was exchanged in fits of youthful passion. The romance and the atmosphere were enough to light a fire in a bunch of immature optimists, but the music was the transforming portion of the equation. The first sound of the horns made the hair stand erect on the back of your neck, and you quickly found yourself doing what you couldn’t have imagined: dancing. The sounds of The Tams, The Showmen, Lil Walter and The Bonnevilles and Stacy Henry and The Majestics filled the elevated spaces and the bass shook bottles at the concession. People gathered at the stage, stood there and just screamed. Sure, we had The Beatles and Rolling Stones, but most of us worshipped at the altar of soul music and those punishing horn sections. When The Showmen sang “It Will Stand,” grown men stood up and cried, with good reason.

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Belief in our justice system

Justice was served in the Trayvon Martin-George Zimmerman case. Mr. Zimmerman was tried in our U.S. court system, judged by a panel of his peers, and found not guilty. What has been done to him and his family by the media and others is a travesty of all that is good in our nation. This is being misconstrued as a racial matter, which it cannot have been, considering both parties were minorities. It was a matter of selfdefense. Had anyone of us been in the situation in which Mr. Zimmerman found himself, we would have feared for our lives and would have defended ourselves. The only honest way to judge what happened is to remove skin color from the equation and look wholly at the facts. That is what the jury did in their deliberations, Sally Graham which enabled them to deliver Executive director a just and unbiased verdict. Goochland Free Clinic and Fay Cardinal Family Services Goochland Goochland

perishable food at locations near where county residents parked to watch the fireworks. Food drives sponsored by churches, individuals and other groups help to make sure no one in Goochland goes hungry. We welcome this community effort supporting our mission of providing access to health care and basic human services to Goochland residents in need of assistance. Our goal is to eliminate hunger in our community. Donated food enables GGFCFS to provide food to 125 families weekly, stretching limited budgets to pay for other necessities such as rent and utilities. Many thanks to Parks & Rec and to the generous residents of Goochland County – truly a place where Neighbors Help Neighbors!


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Local trainer sets Goochland triathlon record with the sport and hopefully stick with it.” One person who has been sticking with it is Mechanicsville’s Gene White, who for the third straight year has been the oldest participant in the race. This year, though, the 80-year-old White competed without the support of his wife, Nancy, who died suddenly in May. “It was quick, very unexpected,” White said. “But I have three children who were just terrific. They looked after me very, very well, and I’m sort of getting back into it.” White said training for the triathlon helped, too. “This helps a lot, gets your mind off of it,” White said. “It gives me more energy, yes, and certainly takes my mind off of things that aren’t very good and on to things that are good.” For Gardner, a former crosscountry runner at Atlee who is now attending Virginia Tech, this year’s result was more than a minute improvement over his 10th-place finish last year – something of a surprise to him because his college workload has cut into his training. “I haven’t been running as much since I’ve been in college,” Gardner said. “I’ve gotten a lot better at biking, though. I joined the triathlon team at Virginia Tech, and that’s helped me get faster.”

By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

Michael Harlow, founder of Endorphin Fitness, a training center in Richmond, got to practice a bit of what he is known for preaching to athletes throughout the region. Furthermore, he demonstrated that he can do as well as teach, outpacing his nearest rival, Brian Walter of Blacksburg, by more than a minute in setting a new course record for the Goochland Sprint Triathlon Saturday morning. Harlow finished in 54:34, followed by Walter in 55:43. Henrico’s Kevin Burcham was third, two minutes behind Harlow with a 56:34 time. Rounding out the top five was Mechanicsville’s Sean Gardner (57:54) and Chesterfield’s Matthew Pugh (58.24). Harlow’s record was 43 seconds better than Geoffrey Briers’ 55:17 finish last year and more than five minutes better than Cary Ayers’ winning time of 59:41 in the triathlon’s first running in 2011. This was Harlow’s first appearance at the event hosted by the Goochland YMCA, but he’s no newcomer to triathlons. “I’ve been racing for twenty-one years,” Harlow said. “I do about eight a year, probably, on average.” He said he enjoyed the course, which features a bicycle portion around Goochland Court House and a run on the grounds of J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College. “It’s a great race. It’s an awesome area,” Harlow said. “It’s fun to have a two-loop bike course, a two-loop run course. It was great, that off-road run course. Yeah, it was just a well-run race all around.” Another experienced triathlete, Andrea Latell of Irvington, shared Harlow’s opinion of the course. “I like this course. I thought it was great – a great venue, very pretty,” said Latell. “I would come back.” Latell finished 10th overall among women contestants and third in the women’s master’s division with a time of 1:12:50. Esther Vermeer of Clifton

Photos by Dave Lawrence

Top: Travis Deakins (right) of Centreville comes in after wrapping up his second lap of the bicycle leg of the Goochland Sprint Triathlon Saturday. Behind him are Andrew Nevins of Arlington and David Anderson of Amelia. Right: Mechanicsville’s Gene White, at 80 the oldest participant in the tournament, comes in to the finish line.

was the top women’s finisher with a 1:02:16 finish, followed by Connie Glueck of Williamsburg (1:05:24), Christina Meyer of Charlottesville (1:05:48), Nicole Weidensaul of Locust Grove (1:06:20) and Kate Fisher of Midlothian (1:06:37). Vermeer, a recent graduate of

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Duke and former Blue Devil crosscountry runner, is a newcomer to the triathlon scene. “This is my first one,” Vermeer said. “But I was on the Duke track and field team, so I was used to running a lot, and my boyfriend kind of pushed me out to come and do

this one.” She did not expect to win. “I’m a little surprised, a little shocked,” Vermeer said. “I need to work on my swim and my bike a little bit before I get a lot better, but the run was fun. I just wanted to have fun, to go out here and get involved

The Eagle Classic Golf tournament begins at Richmond Country Club Friday. The tournament, a stop on the LPGA Futures Tour, is a steppingstone for promising women golfers’ entry to LPGA Tour. A slate of tournament-related events began Tuesday night. Today is the final day of a pro-am tournament that allows local golfers to team up with one of the professionals on the Futures tour.


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Seven-year-old handles links in Galloway tourney finish By Dave Lawrence sports@goochlandgazette.com

By the time the 72nd annual Tommy Galloway Father-Son Golf Tournament finally came to an end Friday – after completion of a round postponed by rain nearly a month ago – relatively little had changed on the overall leaderboard, especially at the top. The top two father-son teams, Ed and Kevin McGeorge and Mark Lawrence Sr. and Mark Lawrence Jr., were still at the top, with the McGeorge’s 3-under-par 69 edging the Lawrence’s 2-under 70. But much remained to be sorted out among the various age-group entries in the shotgun-start, best-ball event. And more important for the partici-

pants, there was much to learn in confronting the hazardous and not-so-hazardous portions of Hermitage Country Club’s Manakin Course. Will Dickinson, one of the youngest entrants in the tournament at a mere 7 years of age, had to learn that “Golf is a game of failure,” said his father, Ned Dickinson. The Dickinsons, from Williamsburg, were paired with Henrico residents Ronnie and Matthew Shriner for the makeup round, which had been postponed from July 12. His day began with fun. “Making a birdie on the first hole,” was the highlight of the day for Will. But the day nearly ended on a sour note after his dad hit the ball in a sand trap on the

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Photos by Dave Lawrence Left, Matthew Shriner, 13, pitches the ball onto a green on Hermitage Country Club’s Manakin Course in the concluding round of the 72nd annual Tommy Galloway Father-Son Golf Tournament Friday. Right, Ronnie Shriner (back) talks Will Dickinson through a putt.

final hole, leaving Will a nearly impossible pitch out – close to the edge of the bunker facing the green, with the lip of the bunker above his head. He gamely attempted to hit the ball out, but it bounced back in the sand. The frustration, after a long day – with some waning of attention span – got to Will briefly, but his father calmed him down. Ned Dickinson also took advantage of a better lie to get the ball on the green with their next shot, and Will calmly nailed a long (for him) putt to salvage a bogey from what could have been a disastrous finale. “You did a good job of staying in it and making a good

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putt, didn’t you?” his dad asked, to which Will answered, “Yeah.” Will Dickinson was not the only member of the foursome getting a bit of an education. Both the Shriners were learning patience. “It worked out great,” Ronnie Shriner said of the lesson. “It doesn’t always go well, but we had a great time today.” Matthew Shriner, 13, said that while he had patience with his dad, he didn’t always have patience with himself. The pair, veterans of the Tommy Galloway tournament, had not been able to practice as much as they usually do to get ready for this year’s tournament, but the lack of practice may have paid off. “This year was a little bit more relaxed,” Ronnie Shriner said. “We didn’t have high expectations as we’ve had in the past. But we still come out here to hit every shot the best we can and to play as hard as we can, and it worked out today – it worked out great today. We had a great score for us.”

Ned Dickinson had a different lesson to learn. In the past, he played in the tournament with his father and had planned to do so again back in July, but his father’s recent illness created an opportunity for him to tee off in the father role. “It was good. It was a different level of pressure,” Ned Dickinson said. “I can now empathize with my father for putting up with me all those years. It was really neat to see [Will] hit some great shots and it was neat to birdie the first hole. I think I’ll always remember that.” The McGeorges and Lawrences were named overall champion and runnersup, respectively. Divisional winners (based on age of the son) include Ray and Quint Dingledine, who had the lowest gross score in the 11 & under age division with a 77. Todd and Jack Hoyle had the lowest net score (based on handicap) with a 72. Will and Beau Holmes had the lowest gross score in the 12

& 13 division, a 79. Bruce and A.J. Stouffer had the lowest net score. a 73. Don and Alex Nelson topped the 14 & 15 division with a gross score of 72. Art & Brandon Locke had the lowest net score with a 73. Tim and Corey Lyons had the lowest gross score in the 16 and 17 division with a 76. Ed and Brian Hill had the lowest net score with a 72. Brian and Austin Gray finished atop the 18 to 28 division with a gross score of 72. Marc and Sam Williams had the lowest net score with a 70. Hank and Knox Milligan finished atop the 29 to 39 division with a gross score of 71. Dean and Matt Evans had the lowest net score, a 70. Mike and Rob Berry topped the 40 & over division with a gross score of 73. John and Mike Bolino had the lowest net score of 71. CLARIFICATION: In last week’s story, “Goochland teams ousted from Dixie World Series,” Goochland’s relief pitcher in the Majors’ World Series game against North Carolina faced only one batter in the sixth inning and got a strikeout to end the inning. The boxscore Dixie Youth Baseball provides for the game (http://www.pointstreak.com/baseball/boxscore.html?gameid=164876) incorrectly assigns two North Carolina runs to the relief pitcher.


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Stephens-Dingus wedding Elizabeth Ellen Dingus of Roanoke and Charles “Charlie” Alvin Stephens Jr. of Goochland were united in marriage on April 27 at the Bonsack United Methodist Church in Roanoke, with the Rev. Tim Tate officiating, The bride is the daughter of Dr. Donald Elmer Dingus Jr. of Wise and Lisa Dotson Coleman of Roanoke. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Elmer Dingus Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alvin Stephens Mrs. Bobby Joe Dingus, all of Wise. Jr. The former Elizabeth Ellen Dingus. The groom’s parents are Mr. and TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

Mrs. Charles Alvin Stephens Sr. of Goochland. He is the grandson of the late Ollie Brunner Stephens of Blackstone, Billie Jean Stephens of Texas, the late Mr.and Mrs. John H. Leavitt of Hopewell, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Whitby of Richmond and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Williams of Boiling Spring, S.C. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Leigh Fosber served as maid of honor, bridesmaids were Katie Holdenmann and Sarah Boeren and

the flower girl was Bennent, all of Roanoke. Charles Stephens Sr. served as his son’s best man. Groomsmen were Kyle Bolenske of Goochland and Conrad Leavitt, cousin of groom, of Burnsville, N.C. Ushers were Robert Dingus and Mitchel Coleman, brothers of the bride, of Roanoke. Reader was Robert Dingus, brother of bride, who read “What is Real!” from Velveteen Rabbit. Jamie West sang “A Thousand Years.”

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Homes for Sale GOOCHLAND: AREA 24 Fully renovated open plan rancher with 5 BR and 3B in sought after Manakin Farms, Florida room, new HVAC, BRAND NEW in ground pool, sprinkler system and more. Priced to sell at $389,500. Please call John Smart (owner, agent, broker) 804 370 3089.

Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. Cash on the spot. No title needed. Same day pickup, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Free towing. Lic. salvage dealer & vehicle remover. 804-247-5263

LAWN SERVICES Brooks Davis Lawn & Landscaping, LLC Mowing, Mulching, Leaf & Tree Removal, Aerating, Seeding, Fertilizing, and More! Fully Insured. Email BDavisLandL@aol.com or 804-356-0223

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Residential for Rent ∫ HOUSES UNFURNISHED 3-bedroom, 1-bath, kitchen, dining room & living room located on 896 Hockett Road in Manakin Sabot, VA. 23103. Available September 1st. $900/month + security deposit. No pets. No Smoking. Call 804-784-3246 or 804-347-9004 3-bedroom, 2-bath rancher, 1700 sq, feet. private setting on 5 acres. 30-minutes to Charlottesville 35-minutes to Short Pump. $900/month & $500/deposit required at move-in. Accepting applications, please call 804-385-9606.

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ASPHALT COATINGS ASPHALT - and concrete pot hole repairs. Business & residential. Driveways/sidewalks/ patios. Fully insured Class A contractor. 804-275-6879. C.S. Lewis & Son LLC

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YARD & ESTATE SALES ESTATE SALE of Floyd Webb - CONTINUED Sat. August 17th, 8am-3pm Academy Road across from Food Lion. Bringing our more items from Attics & Storage Sheds! (Bring your own boxes, bags & gloves)

Merchandise FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS BEDS - Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set $150 New, will sacrifice. 804-869-8889 Full Pillowtop Mattress Set. $125. Factory sealed. Must sell. 804-869-8889

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-218-0680. Land Pride 3 Point Hitch - PTO 5 ft, finish mower, $899; Briggs & Stratton 5 HP, 4-Cycle Outboard Motor, Like New. Between 5 to 10 hours. $500, OBO. Call 804-598-7050 or 804-240-6740

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INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE $600 sign on bonus! WE ARE AN AUTHORIZED DISH RETAILER HIRING SATELLITE INSTALLERS. CERTIFICATION TRAINING AVAILABLE. LATE MODEL WHITE TRUCK OR VAN, BASIC TOOLS & 28’ LADDER REQUIRED. MUST PASS BACKGROUND CHECK & DRUG SCREEN. Apply: tech.caotti.com Or call 866-310-2336

TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Drivers: Attention CDL-A. Now Hiring OTR Drivers, Excellent Benefits, Great Pay, +much more! 6mos verifiable T/T exp. Req. Call Debbie! 855-480-9592 www.DriveCeladon.com

Drivers: Start up to $.40/mi. Home Weekly. CDL-A 6 mos. OTR exp. Req. Equipment you’ll be proud to drive! 877-705-9261

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Pets & Animals DOGS COCKER SPANIE L PUPS - AKC regist. M&F. Black & tan, black & white, buff. $400. 804-513-2554

Recruitment CLERICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE DEPUTY CLERK GOOCHLAND CIRCUIT COURT CLERK’S OFFICE Full time position available October 1. Duties include, but are not limited to, recordation of land documents and judgment liens, filing, scanning and indexing of records, and in-court clerical assistance to the Court. Computer skills and ability to multi-task with accuracy and attention to detail with a strong focus on time management are requirements. The successful candidate must be able to communicate well with the public. A high school diploma or G.E.D. is required. Beginning salary based on experience (range $27,000 to $31,000). Call 556-5353 for application to be completed and mailed no later than 8/26/13 to P.O. Box 196, Goochland 23063. E.O.E. Advertise with The Goochland Gazette Call 746-1235 for more details!

Medication Aid or CNA with current Medication Admin., CPR and First Aid Certifications; Parttime, two weekday evenings, some weekends and PRN for an adult Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program in Cartersville, VA. Experience with co-occurring disorders a plus. Fax resume to (804)375-9355, email ninam@hricorp.org or call (804)375-3443 M-F 9A.M. to 5 P.M. Looking for after-school sitter for 5 year old kindergarten boy in our Manakin-Sabot home. Fun & Easy job! Come eat a snack, watch TV, & do your homework! Must have own transportation. 3:15PM-5:15PM (Occasionally 6PM). Please call Morgan @ 804-387-1234 anytime if interested for more information (Leave a message).

Help Needed for homebound elderly lady in Rockville / Centerville area. Please call 804-749-3484 (between 3 & 6 pm only). SALES Inside / Counter Sale - (FT, M-F) - Successful local company seeks an experienced sales person. Great Earning Potential. Apply in person, 1704 Roseneath Road in Richmond, 23230.

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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Goochland County Administration Building, 1800 Sandy Hook Rd., Board Meeting Room, Suite 250, Goochland, VA on the following: (Agricultural, Limited) to RPUD (Residential, Plan Unit Development) for approximately 59.3 acres. The property is located on Hockett Road on Assessor’s Parcel No. 58-1-0-93-0 (GPIN 7726-14-9484) on east side of Hockett Road just south of The Parke at Centerville in the Dover Magisterial District. The applicant plans to develop a 100 lot single-family subdivision. The 2028 Comprehensive Plan designates this area as Residential, Maximum 2.5 units/acre.

26-1-0-65B (GPIN 6719-14-2840) for an auto repair shop located at 2542 Davis Mill Road approximately 800 feet from the intersection of Hadensville-Fife Road and Davis Mill Road in the Byrd Magisterial District. The applicant plans to convert the three car garage into an

An Ordinance To Amend Chapter 8 (“Licenses And Business Regulations”), Article III (“Purchase And Sale Of Precious Metals”) Section

An ordinance to amend Chapter 2 (“Administration”), Article III (“Purchasing; Surplus Property”), Division 4 (“Contract Formation and

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(“Dogs killing, injuring or chasing agricultural animals”) pursuant to state law An ordinance to amend Chapter 3 (“Animals”), Article IV (“Companion Animals”), Section 3-104 (“Companion Animals Constituting

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an exemption for licensed kennels in operation prior to September 3, 2013; for the owners of any dogs that are engaged as service dogs and for the owners of any dogs that are engaged with their owners in lawful hunting-related activity, law enforcement or search and rescue activity, and supervised obedience training classes or shows; and to provide for a civil penalty for violations of this section.

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The above information/applications/plans/ordinances/resolutions/amendments can be viewed in the County Administrator’s office, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Meeting accommodations, including interpreters, are provided upon request. (TDD 711 (Virginia Relay)).

Telephone: 556-5811 E-mail: countyadmin@co.goochland.va.us. Website: www.co.goochland.va.us. Rebecca T. Dickson | County Administrator

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We will be offering Behind the Wheel Driver Education for teens in Goochland. Pick up at Goochland County High School for after school students. “Making Highways Safer is our Goal”

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