Priceless Stop. Relax. Enjoy the View Volume 3, Issue 2
Tuesday February 14, 20121 thru Monday, February 13, 2012
Little Piece of Heaven in Mechanicsville’s Cupcake Shop, Li’Mor
Having Opened in November, This Decadent Bakery is a Family Affair by A. Kay Oxendine I heard about the new cupcake shop in Mechanicsville from my bff Taylor. Then, on Superbowl Sunday, I got to experience this delicious delacies. The Gallaghers brought Super-
King William, VA, February 7th, 2012, Upper King William Library. The special educational program, World War Two: An In-Depth History, wrapped up its five evening installments with an opportunity for participants to get up close and personal with a mini-museum display of actual wartime artifacts. Instructor Ian Anderson, seen here in the uniform of a US Army officer, explains details of the parachute system used by American airborne troops, worn by Cullen Jones. Items on display included uniforms, equipment and weapons used by US, German and Japanese combatant forces. This King William Recreation and Parks activity was written and presented by Anderson, a student at King William High School. Photo credit: Robert “Sarge” Bruce
bowl cupcakes for both teams, and they were incredible. When my son and I were out with doctors appointments, we decided to visit, and we are hooked! Johnathan especially liked the all chocolate cupcake (sinful) and I chose the red velvet. And I am going
to say this in the nicest way - I wanted to get up and slap somebody - it was that dang good. Decadent is not even beginning to describe these delicious bites of heaven. Baking and catering are in this family’s blood. The co-owner Teresa, is a joy to meet and is the first to admit she has no computer skills, but can make a mean cupcake. She learned this skill from her parents, as shown in the picture to the left. Her daughter Lisa handles the marketing, but after enjoying these morsels of delight, they will stand for themselves. Li’Mor Cupcakes is located on Mechanicsville Turnpike (beside Homemakers, behind Cold Harbor restaurant). They also have rolls (which melt in your mouth and need to be pre-ordered) and cinnamon buns and the moistest, most delicious, scrumptous cupcakes I have ever tasted. But don’t take my word for it. Check them put and share the love. I can promise you, you will be back. 8161 Mechanicsville Tpk Mechanicsville, Va 804-746-4416 www.limor-cupcakes.com Follow them on Facebook....
AES Celebrates Dr. King
Students in teacher Ms. VanRensselear learned about the life and importance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The students enjoyed a PowerPoint, book, and discussions about the many
contributions of Dr. King. Acquinton Elementary School is looking forward to many more of these activities during the month of February.
Smith of Mascot Arrested for Drugs D.M. Cunningham Public Information Officer King & Queen County Sheriff’s Office At approximately 2:30 p.m., on February 7th, Corporal R. Hirtz stopped Patricia Smith, of Mascot, at Rt. 33 and 14 at the Shacklefords Post Office with the assistance of Sheriff J. Charboneau. According to Sheriff J. Charboneau, earlier on February 7th, a warrant had been issued for Smith, who had been the target of a 6 month drug investigation by the office. She was taken into custody without incident. Upon arrest, Smith was found to be in possession of ¼ ounce crack cocaine with a street value of approximately $1000.00 and an undisclosed amount of cash. Both the car and the money were seized by the sheriff’s office. Smith was charged with the warrant
charge of distribution of crack cocaine and was also charged with possession with the intent to distribute crack cocaine for the contraband discovered during the arrest. She is being held at the Middle Peninsula Regional Security Center in Saluda on $1500.00 bond on each charge. An arraignment hearing will be on February 17th at 9:00 a.m. A civil hearing will be held in Circuit Court to determine disposition of the seized money and vehicle, but that date has not yet been determined. Additional charges related to this investigation are pending and the case is still under investigation. “This is a push by my department to rid the county of illegal drug sales. I applaud my Investigators and Deputies for stepping up the challenge,” Charboneau stated.