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THE TRI-CITY & CENTRAL VIRGINIA

BUSINESS PROFILE

A Special Supplement to Hopewell News, News Patriot, and Trading Post

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Sunday, December 4. 3:30-8 p.m. Ashford Civic Plaza. Free and open to the public. For all ages. Enjoy an evening filled with holiday cheer and festivities! One again, the Hopewell Jaycees, Hopewell Recreation and Parks, the Beacon Theatre and the Hopewell Downtown Partnership have come together to truly Light Up the Night and get everyone in the Christmas spirit! PARADE The parade will begin at Cavalier Square shopping center, following 15th Avenue and City Point Road to downtown Hopewell, where it will end at the Ashford Civic Plaza. The parade with begin at 3:30 p.m. and end at approximately 5:30 p.m. Primary viewing locations are the Hopewell Community Center and Ashford Civic Plaza. Parade applications will be available at the Hopewell Community Center or at www.hopewellva.gov/special-events.

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TREE LIGHTING The tree lighting ceremony will feature entertainment and will begin at approximately 6 p.m. or immediately following the parade. The tree lighting will be held at the Ashford Civid Plaza and will kick off a variety of activities throughout the downtown area - including horse and carriage rides! CONCERT AT THE BEACON THEATRE Local school groups will perform at the Beacon Theatre beginning at 6:30 p.m. Different groups will perform throughout the evening until 8 p.m. There will be a special area for children to meet Santa Claus. The shows are free and open to the public. Concessions will be available for purchase.

(804) 541-2353

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Boulevard Flower Gardens began in 1950’s on route 1 in Colonial Heights. As the family business grew under Maybelle & George Landa, offering annuals, fresh cut flowers & roadside produce, it soon developed into a full service Garden Center. By 1982, Mark & Francine Landa began management, expanding categories and purchasing land on Ruffin Mill Road in South Chesterfield. Sixteen production houses were built to provide the retail site with locally grown annuals, perennials and seasonal gift plants, including 8,000 mums and 6,000 poinsettias sold to area churches & community fundraisers. During the 80’s & 90’s, the farm offered pick-your- own strawberries, pumpkins and cut your own Christmas trees. The retail business moved to South Chesterfield in 2007 into a state-of-the-art Garden Center of 33,000 sq. ft. With state certified staff to assist customers and answer garden questions, the business expanded to provide a larger selection of plants and gardening supplies. Boulevard Flower Gardens offers educational classes for school field trips and garden clubs, as well as leasing space as a venue for corporate events and receptions. The rear, wooded 5 acres provides a scenic setting with a pond, bandstand and covered pavilion. Now looking toward the holiday season, the business continues to GROW with a third generation, as daughters, Madison & Casey have plans under way for a new retail site to open in the scenic back acreage in September 2017. Boulevard Flower Gardens will continue to grow all the annuals, perennials and seasonal crops as we move “closer to nature” with another generation of Landa’s and exciting plans for the future.


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2710 West Hundred Rd. Chester, Virginia 23831 804-748-3336 www.ColeRealEstateInc.com BECKY PARTIN

Owner/Associate Broker Phone: 804-748-3336 Cell: 804-921-2352 Email: sellandrent4u@gmail.com Chesterfield County is my home and since I have spent most of my life here, I have a vast knowledge of the area to assist you in your real estate decisions. As of January 2016, I am the current owner of Cole Real Estate, Inc. This is my 18th year in real estate sales, listings and property management. I manage over 200 rental properties and frequently assist investors in buying homes for rental management. I am a lifetime member of the outstanding sales club, and have received many Distinguished Property Manager Awards. Whether your real estate needs include buying or selling a home, property management or investments, contact me for your Central Virginia and Chesterfield Real Estate needs. I look forward to working with you.

VICKIE BRUMFIELD Associate Broker Phone: 804-748-3336 Cell: 804-402-2298 Email: vickie@vickiebrumfield.com

Hi, my name is Vickie Brumfield, I am a mother of two and a native of central Virginia. I was raised in Chesterfield County, and I have enjoyed the many fine qualities that this area affords to those who choose to make Chesterfield their home: excellent school system, relaxed life styles, convenience and friendly neighborhoods. Before joining the real estate community at Cole Real Estate, Inc., I spent 12 years in the insurance industry, providing service in the areas of property casualty, life and health. Having joined Cole Real Estate, Inc. as the Broker’s Assistant, I have worked directly under Mr. Cole and assisted him with commercial sales as well as residential and commercial property management. My customers look to me to provide a high level of expertise in the selling, buying or managing of their properties. I value my customers’ trust and I work hard to assure that they are happy; my job is not complete until my customer is completely satisfied. When you need Real Estate assistance, consider letting ME be YOUR KEY to a successful Real Estate experience.

Loria Duncan Cell: 804-874-2146 “I became interested in real estate because it allows me to combine two of my favorite things: real estate and people. Whether helping you relocate to the Richmond area, finding your dream home, or acquiring investment properties I listen to you and respond to your needs and feedback, providing you with insightful and precise, up-to-date information on market trends, comparable sales and property values.”


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2710 West Hundred Rd. Chester, Virginia 23831 804-748-3336 www.ColeRealEstateInc.com

Cody Cole

Cell: 804-330-0210

Elizabeth Duesberry Cell: 804-720-6953

Raised in Chesterfield county. Graduate of ECPI University. I enjoy boating with family and anything outdoors. Specializing in the commercial real estate market building community relationships among individuals and small businesses throughout the tri-cities.

I have been a realtor since 2004, and focus on residential real estate and finding the perfect home for my clients. I am a native of Chesterfield county and for the last 20 years have resided in Prince George County with my husband Michael and our 3 children.

Alicia Henshaw

Sonya Henshaw

Cell: 804-731-0171

Cell: 804-731-3443

With over 30 years of experience and dedication, I am committed to finding you the home of your dreams. I will work with you step by step so that your buying or selling process goes smoothly. A SU lado, Paso a paso.

Raised in a real estate family in Dinwiddie County, I am experienced in working with new construction and distress properties. In my free time I enjoy taking advantage of Richmond’s thriving restaurant scene and occasional salsa dancing. Se habla espanol


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The Story of

MIGNOGNA

WA R E H O U S I N G L L P Steve Mignona was born and raised in the region of Pennsylvania north of Philadelphia. A strongly motivated young entrepreneur, Steve started his first business, The Machine Shop, in 1974 at the age of 19.

Three years later, he started another business, this time in rigging, which involved machinery moving. In time, this business also expanded into machinery sales. Eventually, Steve and his family found their way to Virginia in 2001. Although it was difficult and fraught with obstacles, Steve and his son, Jason, joined forces and began doing business as a team. Coming down to Virginia from the North was a real awakening, but they persevered through the challenges and now have a thriving business. In 2008, they purchased a warehouse at Battersea Lane in Petersburg in which to stage their machinery and equipment, where they also offer business storage options and workspace to provide others with the opportunity to get started with their own businesses.

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MIGNOGNA MIGNOGNA WAREHOUSING LLP WAREHOUSING LLP Want to start a business?

Short-term or long-tern work space available

Henry Ford started out in a Garage. If you’re looking to start a business call The Master “Business Consultant” We have the space to rent you & help you get started! Machine Shop

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220 Battersea Lane Petersburg, VA 23803

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HOPEWELL PAWN & LOANS!

Established in 2008

Military Surplus, Pawn Shop & Firearms Liberty Firearms & Surplus claims that they are just a little hole in the wall, but the truth is they have LOTS of things at great prices. The staff is friendly and personable, and always trying to accommodate the fine folks to Hopewell and surrounding areas. We strive to create and keep a safe environment for our staff and customers.

You Want It We Have It!

Please visit our web-site at: www.Liberty-Firearms.com

442 S. 15th Avenue / Hopewell, VA 23860


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Firearms, Ammunition, Military Surplus & Other Supplies 442 S. 15th Ave. Hopewell, VA 23860 Mon. - Fri. 10 am - 6 pm

Sat. 10 am - 3 pm

WE BUY SELL & TRADE FIREARMS

Special Orders Welcome • Best Prices In Town

804-541-2770

WE HAVE AK47s STARTING AT $419.95 EACH

WE HAVE AR15s STARTING AT $549.95 EACH

Come by for the latest selection or sign up for our newsletter at www.liberty-firearms.com

Visit www.liberty-firearms.com for details and other great deals!


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The Dress by Kirstin Andrews

“Will you marry me?” is by far the most exciting question a girl can be asked and should be the easiest to answer. From this day forward….you will ask and be asked thousands of questions and it all starts with THE DRESS! For most of us, we had the dress of our dreams in mind long before Prince Charming rode onto the scene. As your dream becomes a reality there are many details to consider. On the heels of one of the biggest wedding seasons in recent history there is no rest for the weary as we plunge head first into the cooler, crisp temperatures of Autumn. Opening the door to an even wider range of styling choices. As you embark on the big event, your chosen date and venue will, and should, dictate a few details of wardrobe for everyone except YOU. As the bride, your vision for yourself should be a dream come true. Whether you are buying ‘off the rack’, special ordering, having it custom made or wearing your mother’s, the dress should reflect your style and personality. Are you the Grace Kelly - Kate Middleton lady with long lace sleeves, fitted bodice and full flared silk taffeta skirt with traditional train and veil? Do you favor the contemporary look of a strapless bodice grounded by a frothy, swirling organza ballgown like the one Vera Wang designed for Chelsea Clinton? Maybe you are more ‘suited’ with a two piece brocade gown and Chanel style jacket. Do you appreciate the vintage styling of a bias cut sheath or the dreamy romance of layer upon layer of tulle? Can you envision yourself being swept away draped in velvet? Fur? Feathers? White leather on a Harley? SO many choices – traditional, contemporary, vintage, modern. If you’ve dreamed it. It can be created. Styles – strapless, backless, V-neck, scooped, sweetheart, square, long skirt, short, hooped, a-line, full, slim, long sleeves, short, capped, sleeveless, train or no train…….. Fabrics – lace, tulle, satin, velvet, damask, brocade, silk, taffeta, fur, feathers, leather…… Colors – white, ivory, candlelight, cream, diamond, buff, eggshell, off-white, sugar, champagne, camo… Embellishments – beading, sequins, pearls, rhinestones, flowers, embroidery, medallions, buttons……. Accessories – veil, cape, muff, gloves, bolero, hat, jacket, shoes, purse, jewelry...... Your dress is the single most important detail you do for yourself, so take the time and decide early on. Time to shop – magazines, on line, in stores. ‘Off the rack’ is not always as easy or as inexpensive as it sounds. Plan ample time, take at least one trusted companion with you. This may be your maid of honor, mistress of ceremony or a friend’s mom who has great taste and an honest heart. If practical, include your Mom (and maybe Dad) in this event. These memories can’t be replaced. Get out there and try on dresses. Wear (or take) proper foundation garments (bra and panties) as you are usually never alone. The bridal warehouses are a bit impersonal but will leave you alone to browse, shop and try on. Take lots of notes and pictures if possible. By doing this you may discover that the strapless mermaid you thought you wanted makes you look like a manatee. Identify the style details you do like, grab lunch and do it all again or move to the next level of service. It’s always best to call an upscale Bridal Salon to make an appointment to view and try on gowns as they will ask a few questions to determine desired style, size and price point you are looking for. This allows them to pull from their inventory and be ready at your appointed time. Upon arrival you are escorted to a posh dressing area and brought 2 – 4 gowns at a time where you are assisted in dressing (remember your foundation garments) using large clips, if needed, to simulate alterations. These grand rooms usually have multiple large mirrors with a platform for you to view every angle and seats for guests. Special orders need ample lead time, usually 6-9 months – and usually need alterations so don’t wait till the last minute. And yes, these dresses usually have a higher price tag. If you’re going to have your dress custom made give your seamstress plenty of time for designing, procuring, fabricating and fittings. Multiple fittings. This dress won’t need alterations because it is made for you alone. Your seamstress is going to create your vision based on style, color, fabric, embellishments and budget. This means that once this course is set in motion you should have minimal changes. You can’t go from a slender, strapless dress to a full ball gown without paying for time and materials. Plan to spend sufficient time with this person so YOUR vision is accomplished. This is also the person that can alter your ‘off the rack’ or rush because it was late dress as well as your mothers (maybe a remake) Kirstin Andrews is a professional seamstress who has more than 35 years of experience with all aspects of weddings including, but not limited to, design and construction of garments and accessories for both women and men, all alterations, Master tailor services. Kirstin and her team also do custom interior work including all types of window treatments, upholstery, slip covers, lamp shades & other accessories.


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Couture by Kirstin FULL SERVICE SEWING STUDIO SERVING THE PUBLIC FOR OVER 40 YEARS. SERVICES INCLUDE: WOMEN, MEN & CHILDREN’S CLOTHING DESIGN & FABRICATION BRIDAL & FORMAL WEAR INCLUDING: ACCESSORIES, VEILS & TIES/BOWTIES ALL ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS MASTER TAILORING SERVICES COMMERCIAL, THEATRE & COSTUMING CUSTOM INTERIORS WINDOW TREATMENTS UPHOLSTERY & SLIP COVERS RESOURCE & PROCUREMENT OF FABRICS/SUPPLIES FOR YOUR OWN PROJECT.

Couture by Kirstin SOUTHERN COMFORTS 11023 Boydton Plank Road Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 Free Es�mates - Will Come to You All Major Credit Cards Welcome

804.469.3478

Hours are by appointment only


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JAMES SERVIS CUSTOM GUITARS

WWW.SERVISGUITARS.COM

760-822-1037


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James Servis Custom Guitars are handmade in Stony Creek, Virginia. We specialize in one of a kind instruments designed in collaberation and tailored for the individual player. Our goal is to offer guitar enthusiasts the ability to design and oversee the creation of their dream instrument. Growing up, I lived on the West Coast and acquired a passion for guitars at a young age. Later, I worked as a luthier for a major guitar company where I learned valuable skills and raised the bar for myself as a craftsman. In the mid 1990’s I began to make original guitars with a strong focus on quality without compromise. After relocating to Virginia in 2008, I have continued to make guitars and dream of pursuing my business goals full-time. A Servis Guitar begins when one of my clients or myself has a vision of what we want for the aesthetics, sound, and feel of a new guitar. I procure only the best available materials, with priority given to materials of domestic origin. No instrument ever leaves my shop until I am fully satisfied with every element of its construction. It is my sincere hope that the guitars I create will be cherished and played for generations to come.


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SOUTHERN COMFORTS 11023 Boydton Plank Road, Dinwiddie, Virginia 23841 (804)469-3478 When Dale and Kirstin Andrews bought a large commercial building in 2003 they began looking for ways to lower the energy requirements of the older systems. This real estate acquisition coincided with hurricane Isabel and the subsequent increase in fuel/propane prices. It made sense to invest in an outdoor wood furnace that had the ability to heat up to ten thousand square feet, all the hot water they could ever want or need and multiple buildings. Dale researched brands and interviewed owners and the company that rose quickly to the top of the list was Central Boiler, an American-owned manufacturer based in Greenbush, Minnesota and in business since 1984. Company reliability and support was also a factor in his choice. Shortly after Dale chose Central Boiler, they in turn chose the Andrews’ to become a dealer here in Dinwiddie, Virginia serving customers across the street, across the Commonwealth and into North Carolina. They also have a growing customer base online. There have been many concerns regarding the industry changes with the new EPA regulations. Central Boiler paved the way in 2007 with EPA qualified units making their way into the marketplace. Their Phase 2 qualified models available now have many 21st century features such as Wi-Fi compatibility. The E-Classic with its three-stage combustion process can burn wood so completely that combustion efficiencies approach 100%. This means the owner burns less wood, with very little residual

“We cannot stop telling folks how satisfied we are with our central boiler furnace enjoying the coziest heat around and having a perpetual stream of hot water is absolutely wonderful we have four children three of whom are teenage boys and cold showers are a thing of the past our initial investment in purchasing the unit has already been recouped through the lower electric bills as great as the wood burner is the customer service we received from Dale and Kirstin Andrews is equally as warming.” Robert & Johanna Rowland Church Road, VA

ash and virtually no smoke. By minimizing the emissions, this cleaner generation of outdoor furnaces is the optimum choice for people concerned with the environment. Central Boiler builds and sells more units year after year than the combined efforts of competing brands and Southern Comforts will continue to sell and support their products for years to come. NATURE’S CHOICE – Good for you, good for the environment A wood heating system is the right choice for the increasing number of people who are concerned about the environment. Unlike systems that rely on fossil fuels, wood is a totally renewable resource that, when burned, results in no net carbon dioxide increase and helps reduce your carbon footprint. Carbon dioxide is part of the natural plant-growth cycle and occurs naturally when trees are allowed to rot on the forest floor.

Eliminates your heating bill... For many owners that cut their own wood, or use scrap wood, they can entirely eliminate their heating bills. Using wood as a heating fuel is endorsed by the U.S. Forestry Service. By burning wood, a renewable resource, an average home will save enough nonrenewable fossil fuel to operate an automobile for a full year. Central Boiler outdoor wood furnaces provide the warmth, comfort, and economic advantages of burning wood -- without the mess, inconvenience, and dangers posed by indoor burning. Central Boiler outdoor furnaces remove the fire hazard from the home or building being heated -- all burning takes place remotely, up to 500 feet away. There’s no indoor burning, indoor smoke, and no threat of a devastating chimney fire. Also, indoor burning can affect air quality, and even create a dangerous buildup of carbon monoxide. With a Central Boiler outdoor furnace, these problems are eliminated. You get clean, comfortable warmth -- and peace of mind. All Central Boiler outdoor furnace models have been tested and listed to UL and CSA standards. Energy costs: Get a handle on your heating bills Energy costs are a major household or business expenditure, especially in harsher winter climates. As a fuel source, wood -- in addition to being readily available and totally renewable -- is also very inexpensive compared to other fuel sources. In fact, the energy savings realized by heating with a Central Boiler outdoor furnace can often pay back the purchase price in the first two years. By adding a domestic water-to-water heat exchanger, a Central Boiler outdoor furnace can also provide all of your hot water. You can then turn your water heater off and realize big savings on your electric or gas bill. Over a ten-year period, a homeowner or business may save $20,000 to $100,000 or more on heating costs. Your home is one of your biggest investments. It’s where your family spends a considerable amount of time. And you spend a considerable amount of money making it comfortable and enjoyable. Firewood can be dirty, moldy and riddled with insects which can create a mess in your home. Burning wood indoors means smoke, ashes, odors, and eventual buildup of soot on walls and ceilings. With a Central Boiler outdoor furnace, you avoid all of these problems because you don’t have to bring firewood inside, and all burning takes place remotely. Many Central Boiler outdoor furnace owners have also noticed that eliminating indoor burning has helped alleviate respiratory and allergy problems caused by exposure to moldy firewood, smoke, and ashes.

Call Southern Comforts today (804)469-3478 or mysoutherncomforts.com. Like us on Facebook. We look forward to the opportunity of serving your heating needs. For more information on EPA Phase 2 qualified outdoor wood furnaces from Central Boiler visit the website at: http://www.CentralBoiler.com.


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Southern Comforts 11023 Boydton Plank Road Dinwiddie, VA 23841

(804) 469-3478

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7 am to Dark

Operating Tuesday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday 1 pm - 6 pm, Closed Monday

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Recreation and Parks Colonial Heights Recreation & Parks

The Colonial Heights Recreation and Parks Department invites you and your family to take advantage of the variety of recreation programs and activities offered throughout the year. We provide numerous affordable athletic and non-athletic activities, classes, trips and special events for youth, adults and senior citizens. View our current activities at www.colonialheightsva.gov. Online Registration is available for most of our activities and trips, or visit us at Shephard Stadium during regular office hours; Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm. You may also register for most programs by phone (804-520-9390) with a credit card.

City of Colonial Heights Christmas Parade “Peace on Earth� Tuesday, December 6, 2016 Parade Start Time: 7 p.m.

on the Boulevard - from Temple Ave. to the Colonial Heights Courthouse (350 Boulevard)

64th Annual Colonial Heights Christmas Parade - a longtime Colonial Heights holiday tradition Information 520-9390


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Protecting Your Source Water in Hopewell

WATER: QUALITY, CARE AND VALUE DELIVERED IN EVERY DROP.

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The source of drinking water for Virginia American Water’s Hopewell customers is the Appomattox River where it meets the James River. The combined drainage area of these two watersheds is approximately 9,000 square miles where the rivers meet at Hopewell.

for more than 160 different contaminants in the following categories, as required by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Safe Drinking Water Act. Continuous monitoring is necessary because the following materials could exist in source water and pose potential health risks:

Ensuring the two rivers and their drainage areas are protected is a job Virginia American Water shares with many community partners, including you, our customers.

Contaminant Monitoring

Since Hopewell’s drinking water comes from a river, it can be reasonably expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. As water travels over the surface of the land or through the ground, it dissolves naturally occurring minerals, and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animals or from human activity. To ensure your drinking water is safe, Virginia American Water is constantly monitoring

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Microbial contaminants, such as viruses, bacteria and parasites Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from sources such as agriculture, urban storm water runoff and residential uses Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production

The results of our monitoring are published and made available online in the company’s Annual Water Quality Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report. View the current report at amwater.com/ ccr/hopewell.pdf.

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Unregulated Contaminant Monitoring Beyond the regulated contaminants Virginia American Water monitors, there are unregulated contaminants for which the EPA has not established drinking water standards. We monitor for more than two dozen of these unregulated contaminants to assist the EPA in determining their occurrence in drinking water and whether regulation is warranted.

Virginia American Water keeps your water costs low Virginia American Water invests thousands of dollars each year in monitoring, treatment and distribution to ensure that you receive quality, reliable water service. At the same time, the cost of tap water remains at about a penny per gallon. For most customers, the water bill is the lowest utility bill they pay each month.

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