Issuu on Google+

DELIVER TO: Postal Patron Mechanicsville, VA 23111

PRSRT. STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Mechanicsville, VA Permit No.141

Vol. 28, No. 42 | Richmond Suburban Newspapers | February 15, 2012

STOPS AT EVERY HOME IN TOWN

Early retirement incentive offered By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com With a $13,000 cash payment incentive, 80 Hanover County employees have expressed interest in an early retirement program. Last Wednesday, Janet Lawson,

director of human resources, told the Hanover County Board of Supervisors interest was gauged in an employee survey. Applications for the Hanover County Early Retirement/Voluntary Separation Program must be submitted by Wednesday, Feb. 29, but county

administrator Cecil R. “Rhu” Harris Jr. can extend the date up to 30 days. Lawson said applications to be considered will be selected based on the affect on departmental operations and the budget. The one-time program is being offered to all full-time county employ-

ees who voluntarily end their employment from Hanover County between April 1 and Oct. 1 and receive a $13,000 incentive payable as cash, continued health insurance coverage through Sept. 30, 2013, or a combination of both. see RETIREMENT, pg. 24 

YASHNA NAINANI

Mechanicsville native pursues career dream in NYC, auditions for ‘Idol’ By Melody Kinser mkinser@mechlocal.com

S Jim Fields/The Local

Mike Gladstone, left, president of the Hanover Association of Businesses and Chamber of Commerce, and Jennifer Y. Scott, HABCC executive director, talk with Edwin A. Gaskin, director of Hanover County economic development, before the Feb. 7 HABCC Breakfast Series.

Economic development chief: county’s future bright By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com Hanover County’s economic future is bright. That was the message delivered by the economic development director to the Hanover Association of Businesses and Chamber of Commerce.

On Tuesday, Jan. 7, Edwin A. Gaskin also told the group that the rural characteristics that made the county famous will probably limit future commercial growth to the interstate corridors. Gaskin talked about “excitsee FUTURE, pg. 4 

eventeen hours after she got in line to audition for “American Idol,” Mechanicsville native Brittany Young found herself on a stage in Pittsburgh, Pa., as she took another step toward pursuing her dream in the entertainment industry. The 22-year-old, a 2007 graduate of Hanover High School and 2011 graduate of James Madison University, has her sights set on a singing and dancing career in New York City. To help her reach her goals, she moved to Manhattan in August. She arrived at 3 a.m. – along with 15,000 to 16,000 other potential contestants — as her wait to audition lasted until 8 p.m. She

Photos submitted by Brittany Young

Brittany Young was featured on “American Idol” last week. She is shown above with the crown when she reigned as Miss Greater Richmond. At right, she auditions for “Idol” in Pittsburgh, Pa.

eventually was a contender among 300. When she auditioned for “American Idol” as part of Hollywood Week, she performed “Do It Anyway” by Martina McBride. Brittany

said it has “a good theme and I loved the words, the message of the song. What you’re singing about is just as important as the notes on the page.” Brittany said she received a positive response from see DREAM, pg. 8 

HCPS Spelling Bee champion

CMS 7th grader aces Bee again For the second year in a row, Yashna Nainani, a seventh grade student at Chickahominy Middle School, was declared the 2011-2012 division spelling champion for Hanover County Public Schools. After 19 challenging rounds, the winning word was “mealymouthed.” Nainani also was the runner-up in the 2009-2010 competition. Cal Costic, an eighth grade student at Stonewall Jackson Middle School, was the runnerup this year. Nainani is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raj Nainani of Mechanicsville. Her awards include a Webster’s Dictionary that was presented on behalf of see BEE, pg. 5 


Have Questions About Real Estate? Contact A Trusted Professional With 22 Years Experience!

JUDY KILGOUR

REAL ESTATE PROFESSIONAL

569-0238 Presidents Day

105 SWANNEE $169,500 7059 POTEET LANE $164,950 Reduced! Home features are as follows: formal rms, Rancher w/vaulted great rm, galley kitchen, breakfast family rm, kitchen w/breakfast area, 3 bedrms, 2.5 area, 3 bedrms, 2 full ba, gas log fp, .82 acre lot, shed ba, newer roof approx. 4 years old, wrap porch, w/power, new heat pump 2009/10, $4,000 toward detached shed, private lot & HMS warranty. closing cost & HMS warranty at settlement!

2560734-01

8275 FIELDSHIRE DRIVE $174,950 Fieldshire! Cape cod features great rm w/gas log fp, eat-in kitchen, 4 bedrms, 2 full ba, new carpet, roof & heat pump 2011, $2,000 toward buyer’s closing cost & an HMS warranty at time of settlement!

8263 TRUDI PLACE $314,950 Brick front w/formal rms, family rm, breakfast room, 4 bedrms, 2.5 ba, 3rd fl 28x14 excellent bonus rm, deck, fence, 2 car garage, $5,000 toward buyer’s closing cost & an HMS warranty!

judy.kilgour@longandfoster.com Visit Judy Kilgour at the following: www.judykilgour.com or judykilgour.lnf.com

MITCHELL WINDOWS & SIDING # Maintenance Free # • Replacement Windows • Vinyl Siding • Custom Trim • Seamless Gutters —Licensed & Insured—

FREE ESTIMATES

730-1046

Mike Mitchell • Service In Your Area Since 1975

Calabash

Seafood Restaurant

CLUB MIDWAY Union Pacific

Mirage

Variety

Country, Rock

Thursday

February 16th

February 17th

NO COVER Thursday

2560469-01

2

Friday

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

INSIDE

The Local Pick:

Patrick Henry junior’s anti-drinking entry wins

Xavier Highsmith ID’d as shooter as trio go to court in Brett Wells’ death.

S

chyler Neale, a junior at Patrick Henry High School, has been named the FOX Richmond 2011-2012 Lights, Camera, Take Action-Stop Underage Drinking NOW winner. All area high school students are invited to enter the contest each September. Entries consist of students writing, shooting, directing, and producing a 20-second public service announcement (PSA) about the consequences and dangers of underage drinking. More than 80 entries were received this year and four students advanced to the final round of competition last month. Each finalist was awarded a Samsung tablet. The public was given the opportunity to choose the winner of the contest by selecting their favorite PSA through text messaging and/ or voting online. Neale was announced as the winner during the season premiere of “American Idol” on Jan. 18. Her submission is entitled “Don’t Believe the Hype” Of her entry, she said, “It’s a serious message portrayed in a humorous way.” “The station and I am personally proud to engage in this important dialog with the teens, parents and educators in the community. Every year the work gets better, the entries increase and we can see how new classes and new teens are getting more involved,” WRLH general manager Steve Genett said. As the fifth winner of Fox

7 CRIME

22 COMMUNITY Tina Turner, a/k/a Jamelle Wilson, joined in raising money for HEF.

38 SPORTS Lee-Davis falls in heartbreaker once again. Photo courtesy of Nick Liberante

Patrick Henry High School junior Schyler Neale, right, has been named the winner of the FOX Richmond 2011-2012 Lights, Camera, Take Action-Stop Underage Drinking NOW contest. She is shown with Michelle Gary, mass communication teacher. Schyler holds the Samsung tablet she received for being a finalist in the FOX Richmond PSA contest.

Richmond’s annual underage drinking prevention campaign, Schyler was presented with a trip to the 2012 Teen Choice Awards to be held on Aug. 5 in Los Angeles. The winning PSA will

continue to air on FOX Richmond through June 2. Information submitted by Linda M. Scarborough, Hanover County Public Schools communications specialist.

ALSO… Incident Reports........3 Letters to the editor...8 Obituaries .10, 12 & 15 Celebrations ........... 25 Calendar ................. 28 TV grids..............29-31 Church news .......... 32 Sports ................33-39 Classifieds .........40-43


SHERIFF’S REPORTS | Crime, Accidents, Fire & Rescue January 30

February 2

X

Suspects were in possession of controlled substance on Bell Creek Rd.

X

Unknown suspect(s) damaged property at location on Battalion Dr.

X

Suspect stole items at location on Old Keeton Rd.

X

Suspect threatened victim at location on Anderson Ct.

February 1

February 3

X

Suspects stole items at location on Bell Creek Rd.

X

X

Unknown suspect damaged property at location on Mechanicsville Turnpike.

Suspect stole items at location on Mechanicsville Turnpike.

X

Suspect was in possession of controlled substance on Lark Way.

X

X

Suspect left the scene of an accident at location on Pine Ridge Rd. Suspect used victim’s information without permission on Lakeridge Pkwy.

X

Suspects damaged property at location on Ashcake Rd.

X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Washington Hwy.

X

Unknown suspect(s) broke into location and stole items on Elm Tree Terrace.

X

Suspect fled the scene of an accident at location on Air Park Rd.

X

Suspect damaged property at location on Rappahannock Trail.

X

Unknown suspect fled the

scene of an accident at location on Lakeridge Pkwy. X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Rosebud Lane.

February 4 X

Suspect stole items at location on Pinhook Rd.

X

Suspect obtained medication fraudulently at location on Mountain Rd.

X

Suspect discharged firearm at location on Pine Green Lane.

X

Suspects stole items at location on Beaver Lake Dr.

X

Suspect was in possession of alcohol and under 21 on Mechanicsville Turnpike.

X

Suspect stole items at location on Brandy Run Dr.

X

Suspect was in possession of controlled substance on Cold Harbor Rd.

Heritage Green Assisted Living Welcomes Lisa McCready

2561010-01

Lisa McCready, Evergreen program director at Heritage Green Assisted Living, is a graduate of the University of Toledo where she earned her bachelor’s degree. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and experience. Lisa practiced as a licensed social worker in the state of Ohio for nine years before moving to Virginia with her husband and two children. Lisa served as the program coordinator for the Special Care Dementia Unit at Harborside Healthcare in Ohio for four years. She is certified in Validation Therapy and is a certified dementia care trainer through the Alzheimer’s

7080 Brooks Farm Road Mechanicsville, VA 23111 off Lee Davis Road

746-7370

Association. Lisa also has served on discussion panels for Alzheimer’s trainings for Alzheimer’s disease and dementia topics like grief issues and challenges. At Heritage Green, Lisa will act as the liaison between the other departments, the dementia community and the residents and families of the memory-care neighborhood. The overall mission is to support the emotional, social and physical needs of those with memory loss. Evergreen is a separate, structured environment that provides its residents with a place to live where safety and security are of paramount importance. Furthermore, its homelike atmosphere supports individualized care and activity-based programs. The activity-based approach utilized by the Evergreen Team encourages residents to participate in their own lives, with the flexible options to accommodate personal choices. Through individualized care plans, the staff works with the family to support the resident in a warm and positive environment, promoting quality of life and preserving dignity. Come visit and see what Evergreen is all about for yourself. Lisa also is available to speak at group functions within the community. Call Lisa at (804) 746-7370 to ask questions or schedule an appointment for an individual tour.

We are pleased to announce that you have been selected to receive a special 24 month promotional membership to Divine 24hr Fitness as part of our Grand Opening Celebration. Your membership at Divine 24hr Fitness includes: • 24 HOUR ACCESS • State-of-the-Art Cybex Equipment • FREE Quarterly Personal Training • Cardiovascular Area w/ TVs

• Fitness Orientation Session • Showers and Changing Areas • Super Clean Facility • Friendly Staff

Also available with your membership: Boot Camps, TRX, Sports Training, Personal Training, Weight Loss Programs and Group Fitness Classes (Yoga, Pilates, Zumba, Cardio Pump and Kickboxing)

Our normal rates are $99 enrollment fee and $39 monthly, totaling $1035. All we ask is that you enjoy the club and help out with a monthly maintenance fee of just $19.99 and an enrollment fee of just $20. In order to claim your membership, simply take this ad to the club within 24 hours or call 804-559-0284 to reserve your membership. Hurry! Only 50 available! If for some reason you cannot use your membership, you may transfer it to a friend or relative. Remember… to take advantage of this special offer, you must take this ad to Divine 24hr Fitness or reserve your spot by calling 804-559-0284.

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

3


Better Internet — minus $$ — urged FEATURED LISTING! BATTLEFIELD GREEN Private Wooded Cul-de-sac Lot

NEW LISTING

Well kept transitional featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, large master bedroom with balcony, spacious, open den with vault ceiling, skylight and gas fireplace, screen porch, rear deck, garage, new roof, windows and fence. Refrigerator, washer, dryer convey. Only $199,950

Jordan Woods - Old Church 5 Acres - $79,950! Beautiful 5-11 acre wooded lots starting at $79,950. Perked and ready to build on only 7 lots left.

2548169-01

CALL RICK BALDUCCI 363-4380 or 730-0033 www.balduccirealty.com

Call Today to see if you qualify for Grant Funds!

Hal Dalton (804) 417-3201 or hdalton@villagebankmortgage.com Mike Purvis (804) 417-3203 or mpurvis@villagebankmortgage.com

Skipper Garrett 22 Years - Top Producer

Area Code 804 Cell: 370-4080 Fax: 443-5968 Home: 443-2514 email:agarrett7@aol.com

Fantastic Location

Committee recommends high speed service without county taking financial burden By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com Government involvement in increasing high speed Internet coverage in Hanover County has been recommended, but assuming the major financial burden to develop the service has not. Hanover County’s High

Speed Internet Committee submitted its report to the Hanover County Board of Supervisors last Wednesday. Committee members were appointed by the supervisors. Over the course of a year, the committee developed seven recommendations, which were presented on Feb. 8 by Mark

FUTURE Continued from pg. 1 b

ing times” ahead. “We’re coming out of the recession and need to be proactive in positioning Hanover County to be successful. The county’s leadership will have to make some bold calls as they position us going forward.” While Gaskin talked about Hanover’s positive features, including its education system and a lifestyle many business owners seek for their employees, he also addressed competitive disadvantages the county faces. “When a business owner wants to relocate to Hanover, we don’t have a lot of product to show him,” he said. “We don’t have a lot of commercial buildings and land for development to offer. What we have is along the interstate corridors and that is

where the county is committed to develop. “We also don’t have a locality owned commercial business park. We have a couple of privately owned but none with all or partial county ownership.” When a municipality, county or city owns a commercial business park, Gaskin said there are certain advantages in attracting business and industry. “Just think about the land for a moment,” he said. “If a locality owns the land, they can give it away, sell it at a discount or fair market value to attract a business or industry. They have options. They can adjust to the marketplace to attract the jobs and industry to their community.” Gaskin said the county can move forward with everyone working together. “The best kind of lead our office receives is what I call a warm lead. A warm lead comes from a business owner already located here.

CHENAULT VETERINARY SERVICE, INC. Where your pets receive quality service in a caring environment

FEBRUARY IS DENTAL HEALTH MONTH

Let us work with you to ensure your pet has strong teeth and healthy gums to lead a long and happy life. We are offering a

25% DISCOUNT ON DENTAL CLEANINGS SCHEDULED IN FEBRUARY 2012

www.skippergarrett.com 4

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

10% OFF NEW PUPPY/KITTEN EXAMS AND/OR FLEA/TICK PREVENTION. Expires 2/29/12

2540157-01

Nestled among large oak trees w/wide views of Rappahannock River. Sand beach, sea wall & jetties. Baseboard heat, AC/window unit. 4 bdrms., 2 baths, eat-in kitchen, LR. Aluminum siding. This Cape is in fantastic condition. Dunnnsville area. $345,000.

A. Creery. The board decided to continue to review the committee’s report, but did not set a date for additional discussion. In his presentation on behalf of the committee, Creery said the supervisors should designate a county staff person to oversee Hanover’s high speed

Available at: Bell Creek Veterinary Hospital • 804-730-8545 8310 Bell Creek Road Mechanicsville, VA 23116 Monday-Friday 8-6 Chenault Veterinary Hospital • 804-537-5434 351 South Hill Carter Parkway Ashland, VA 23005

Monday-Friday 8am-9pm, Saturday 8am-6pm, Sunday 2pm-6pm

Internet issues. That individual could be a current employee taking on additional responsibilities until the workload became so great that a full-time person is needed to move the issue forward and stay abreast of vendors/service available. Another recommendation see INTERNET, pg. 8 `

He calls our office and says a vendor of his is looking to relocate and gives us contact information. I’d much rather call or go see someone like that than make cold calls.” Gaskin said tourism is one area the county should continue to develop, and he specifically noted sporting events. “When we have a family travel here because a daughter is playing in a softball tournament, they aren’t going to spend all of their time at the softball field,” he said. “We need to do a better job of giving them options of things to do and places to shop when they have free time and also find ways to keep them here longer and bring them back.” “Tourists come here, spend money and don’t vote,” Gaskin said. “We love them.” The breakfast series, held at Islamorada Restaurant at Bass Pro Shops in Ashland, is sponsored by Village Bank.


BEE Continued from pg. 1

the Richmond Times-Dispatch. A division plaque with her name inscribed as spelling champion will be displayed at Chickahominy Middle School for the second year in a row. A division champion certificate will be presented to her at an upcoming School Board meeting. The Hanover County Public Schools Division Spelling Bee was held on Thursday, Jan. 26, at Chickahominy Middle School.. Sponsored annually by Richmond Times-Dispatch, the event is the second of four levels as part of the National Spelling Bee competition. Competing in the Hanover County event were: Josh Bock, fifth grade, Battlefield Park Elementary School; Makya DeJesus, third grade, Beaverdam Elementary School; Yashna Nainani, seventh grade, Chickahominy Middle School; Elementary School; Alex Stubblefield, fourth grade, Cold Harbor School; Dean Showalter, fourth grade, Cool Spring Elementary School; Shehzad Shah, second grade, Elmont Elementary School; Zach Russell, second grade, Henry Clay Elementary School;

CAL COSTIC HCPS Spelling Bee runner-up

Dylan Williams, fifth grade, John M. Gandy Elementary School; Jessica Jones, fifth grade, Kersey Creek Elementary School; Jacob Anderson, fourth grade, Laurel Meadow Elementary School; Tylor Woods, eighth grade, Liberty Middle School; Tyler Madison, third grade, Mechanicsville Elementary School; Jenny Droujinsky, runner-up to 2010-2011, sixth grade, Oak Knoll Middle School; Alex Miller, fifth grade, Pearson’s Corner Elementary School; Nathan Andrews, fifth grade, Pole Green Elementary School; Robert Patina, fifth grade, Rural Point Elementary School; Carter Prillaman, fifth grade, South Anna Elementary School; Cal Costic, eighth grade, Stonewall Jackson Middle School; and Brianna

Bui, fifth grade, WashingtonHenry Elementary School. As division spelling champion, Yashna will represent Hanover County Public Schools at the Richmond TimesDispatch Regional Spelling Bee at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 12, at The Library of Virginia in Richmond . The Scripps National Spelling Bee is the largest and longest running educational promotion, administered on a not-for-profit basis by the E.W. Scripps Company located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The National Spelling Bee originated in 1925 by the Louisville (Ky.) Courier Journal. The competition is open to students who have not yet completed the eighth grade, reached their 15th birthday, nor won a previous National Spelling Bee. The purpose of the event is to help students improve their spelling, increase their vocabularies, learn concepts, and widen their knowledge of the English language. The winner of the regional competition will advance to the finals held in Washington, D.C., during June. Information submitted by Linda M. Scarborough, Hanover County Public Schools communications specialist.

“BUY LOW TODAY!” Ch

y err

da

le

HENRICO $179,950

ONT ER/ELM V O N A H 369,950 $

GO TO et etownhouse.n . m o .h www gs n ti lis er th o to preview

Kitty’s Kids at Shady Grove, Inc. (Located at Shady Grove United Methodist Church)

*An excellent balance of academic and Christian education offered for Preschool, Child Care & School Age children ages 3 through 5th grade.

Attorney at Law 9410 Atlee Commerce Blvd. Suite2, Ashland

550-9961

HANOVER

/ATLEE

$260,000

Kitty’s Kids is now enrolling for our 2012 Summer Camp and the 2012-2013 School Year in our Preschool, Child Care & School Age Classes *We strive to ensure that each class is led by caring, nurturing and experienced teachers in a loving, Christian environment.

For more information please use our website: www.kittyskids.net Or contact Shayna Tignor (559-7690; ShaynaTignor@shadygroveumc.org)

Follow me on 2547360-01

Ed Vaughn

er’s vel n Tra Ru

Mike Chenault (804) 726-4532 HometownHouse.net

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

5


OPINION | The Local Views From the editor

Public safety can’t be compromised Public service can be rewarding to those who choose to pursue that path. Unfortunately, however, sometimes those who are elected to office find themselves facing financial dilemmas. In today’s economy, Hanover County leaders are in an unenviable position. County administrator Cecil R. “Rhu” Harris Jr. and his staff are probably “knee-deep” in budget preparations. How the numbers will affect county operations have yet to be revealed. A certainty though — at least in this writer’s opinion — is the need to protect our public safety services. No one wants to see other services impacted by the economy. But, the reality is that could be a possibility. With a new Board of Supervisors leading our county, we are confident members will continue to support the needs of our Sheriff ’s Office, Fire/ EMS and emergency communications. Yes, every department is crucial to our success, but we can’t lag behind when it comes to these critical services. It’s imperative that someone answers if you need to call 911. It’s imperative that an officer respond if you have a law enforcement need. It’s imperative that Fire/EMS are en route if you are the victim of a fire, automobile accident or need transportation to the hospital. Again, this is not a dismissal of other county services. Your taxpayer dollars fund county operations. But — and I don’t have a crystal ball and I am not making any predictions — the supervisors may have to look at some other services and whether they may need to be revamped. No one is suggesting elimination. It just seems realistic to consider what the seven-member board may have to do when they start working with the county and Hanover County School Board budget proposals. If you have thoughts on our budget process, participate in the public hearings, write a letter to the editor, help our county remain strong. Melody Kinser

Editorial & Business Office: 6400 Mechanicsville Tnpk. Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1118 Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Phone – (804) 746-1235 Toll free – (877) 888-0449 Fax – (804) 730-0476

6

The Mechanicsville Local

Joy Monopoli Publisher Melody Kinser Editor Charlie Leffler Sports Editor Jim Fields Senior Staff Writer Pam Sanders Sales Manager Online: www.mechlocal.com For news: news@mechlocal.com For advertising: sales@mechlocal.com For classifieds: cgrant@mechlocal.com © 2012 by Richmond Suburban Newspapers. All advertising and editorial matter is fully protected and may not be reproduced in any manner without the permission of the publisher.

February 15, 2012

LETTERS | Reader Views . well, how could that not make you feel weak? And having to face the weakness that (despite already having loss of life) things will most likely get much worse if we do not unite together to turn the tide. Dear Friends, Personally, I was sad to see the many levels of attack It is said that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. immediately creep onto the scene. Despite just losing In the past few weeks, I have been given a unique view of their sense of normalcy — even having heard the news our community’s “chain” — the weakest, the strongest and, see LETTERS, pg. 19  yes, the many links in between. I begin by sharing my humble appreciation to New Song’s staff who acted swiftly with compassionate care, along with untold numbers of volunteers and helpers to The Local welcomes your signed letters to the editor on topics of cover all the needs for the Prayer Vigil following the weekinterest to Mechanicsville residents. Letters must include your end shooting on Jan. 21. I saw many, many strong links in address and a daytime telephone number. We reserve the right to the chain of ministry and service. edit letters. We do not guarantee that every letter received will be In our community’s “links” of chain, I have learned the published. Letters reflect the opinions and positions of the writers vast majority are strong and vibrant — amazing, in fact. and not The Mechanicsville Local. But a few “weak” links have been identified, as well. For Send letters to: instance, having to process the wider Metro area brand The Mechanicsville Local, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville as a “dangerous” community . . .well, that felt Mechanicsville, VA 23111 weak. Having to face the reality that we have a developed Fax: 730-0476 E-mail: mkinser@mechlocal.com drug culture, both in our community and in our schools . .

Community’s ‘links’ of chain are strong and vibrant

Letters to the Editor


Trio charged in Wells’ death face April 27 hearing By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com Handcuffed and shackled together around the waists and ankles, the three young men charged with firstdegree murder in the shooting death of 16-yearold Brett HIGHSMITH A. Wells learned on Friday that they will return on April 27 for a preliminary hearing. Wearing Pamunkey Regional Jail jumpsuits, Xavia S. Highsmith, 18, of the 2000 block of N. 28th Street in Richmond; Da’von T. Byars, 19, of the 1400 block of Mechanicsville Turnpike, Richmond; and Kevin M. Drayton Jr., 18, of the 8300 block of Rollins Lane in Mechanicsville; also have been charged with malicious wounding and the use of firearm in the commission of a felony. Wells was shot on Jan. 21 at a residence in the 7300 block of Verdi Lane in Mechanicsville. Court documents identify Highsmith as the shooter in

what an investigation by the Hanover County Sheriff ’s Office called a prior arrangement made to buy marijuana from Wells. “However,� Sgt. Chris R. Whitley said, “the intention of the susp e c ts was never to purBYARS chase the marijuana. Rather, they intended to steal it. As a result, a physical altercation ensued during the transaction, which led to Wells being shot once in the chest.� As the three fled the scene, another shot was fired, striking another male. He was treated for a non-life-threatening injury at VCU Medical Center. With their attorneys by them, Highsmith, Byars and Drayton appeared before Judge P.L. Trible on Friday in Hanover General District Court. They looked around the gallery as they entered the courtroom before turning to face the judge. Afterwards, outside the courtroom, Brett’s mother

Shannon was surrounded by family and friends. “It was hard, very hard to come here today,� she said. “It was real hard to watch them come into court and look like nothing had happened.� Wells DRAYTON also said she would attend future proceedings. She

was wearing a T-shirt that had Brett’s photo on the front and a poem he wrote on the back. A prayer vigil for the five homicides that recently occurred in Hanover County was scheduled for the following day at Pole Green Park. Brett’s mom said they would be available for $10 each, with all of the donations going to the families of those violent crime victims. When asked if he would seek to have client Highsmith tried separately, attorney William J. Viverette said, “I don’t know at this point. I’ll have to evaluate the evidence after the preliminary

hearing before we make any deci- Luxton, respectively. sions about how to proceed.� Wells was a student at Atlee Byars and Drayton are High School. Editor Melody Kinser conbeing represented by attorneys Linwood Wells and John tributed to this article.

    

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP ON SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

February

HOLDING SERVICES WEEKLY AT:

COOL SPRING SCHOOL: Sundays 12th, 19th, 26th Worship 9:30am • Christian Education 11:00am

MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH : Saturday 4th Family Casual Worship Service • 5:00pm

RESOLVE 2012: Worship With Your Family The Rev. Amelie Allen Wilmer, Vicar • 804-559-9302

Together we: Respond to God, Love Each Other, Serve in Faith

Learn all about us on our website:

WWW.ALLSOULSVA.ORG

BON SECOURS HEART & VASCULAR INSTITUTE

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

7


INTERNET Continued from pg. 4 

ENROLL NOW - CLASSES STARTING SOON!

FORTIS COLLEGE Associate Degree in Nursing Dental Assistant Massage Therapy Medical Assistant Medical Office Administration Medical Office Basic X-ray Technician Practical Nursing Surgical Technology Day Classes Available Financial Aid for those who Qualify Career Placement Assistance for all Graduates Certified to operate by SCHEV

would create quasi-government/special tax district groups within selected neighborhoods that do not have any or inadequate Internet access. The pilot program would be in the eastern and western parts of the county. A participation agreement with 80 percent or more of the citizens of a defined area would be created. The county would then work with various providers to determine what combination of services could be furnished and what it would cost to supply the service. Creery said a precedent has been set for special tax districts in the county for services

DREAM Continued from pg. 1 

For Consumer Info visit www.fortis.edu

           

We sell more seats than the governor and our senate seats only cost $699.00. Plus, our sofas last more than 6 years! Open Presidents Day

   

what areas are being served by what Internet speeds. Another recommendation was to continue to support the Internet growth and access needs of the Pamunkey Regional Library. It also was recommended that the county continue to use standing or ad hoc citizen committees to study specific issues that can help grow and expand Hanover’s high speed Internet capabilities. The final recommendation was to have the county continue to research grants and state/federal funding opportunities designed to extend high speed Internet access to more citizens.

County and Miss Greater Richmond. The latter sent her to the Miss Virginia Pageant. In the state competition, Brittany was fourth runner-up among 31 contestants. “I won scholarship money that helped pay my college education.� She also said the experience “was a great way to use my community service to help others.� For her community service platform, she talks about building positive relationships. She said that theme stemmed from her work with Big Brothers Big Sisters. She has been a featured speaker in schools in the Richmond area.

Brittany said she was a victim of bullying when she was in middle school. That influenced her decision to encourage positive relationships. When she talks about bullying, she said she focuses on how it happens and how to handle it. She started participating in pageants when she was 16. “My mom [Beverly Cook Young] was actually Miss Virginia in 1982. After the Miss Virginia Pageant, Brittany said she knew it was time to head to the Big Apple. With a degree in musi-

 style   

that lasts beyond

  the salon door. hair | nails | facials waxing & more

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 6pm • Sunday 12noon - 5pm 2556207-01

(804) 769-9910

8

7283 Richmond-Tappahannock Hwy. • Aylett, VA Email: LaCasaFurnitureInc@yahoo.com WE BEAT OUR COMPETITORS’ PRICES!

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

730.5505

see DREAM, pg. 24 

Homeowner and Contractor Equipment Rentals Landscaping Equipment Compact Construction Equipment

2438017-01

    www.fortiscollege.edu

judges Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler and Randy Jackson. “They liked me, I think. I got all ‘yeses’ to Hollywood.� She described the three as “enthusiastic, nice. They critique you. I was definitely nervous, more nervous than I had ever been before. I really tried. They were receptive.� She said she thought Jackson “was a little skeptical, but he still gave me a ‘yes’.� Being in front of judges is nothing new to Brittany. She held the titles of Miss Hanover

such as recycling. It also was recommended that the county make resources available to keep people informed about the current state of high speed Internet options, including current public wireless hot spots. The committee also recommended the use of the annual paperwork required by the school district to help map Internet availability. The county could partner with the school division to solicit Internet-related information that would help teachers prepare their curriculum to accommodate a student’s access to high speed Internet and it would also give the county mapping information as to

7372 Bell Creek Road | Mechanicsville Hanover Square Shopping Center www.EricWinnSalon.com next to Gold’s Gym

MECHANICSVILLE RENTAL CENTER 8179 Mechanicsville Turnpike (near the windmill)

730-5700

www.mperental.com


Prayer vigil unites community after tragedies By Jim Fields jfields@mechlocal.com The cold weather and imminent snow didn’t dampen the spirits of more than 200 people who gathered on Saturday at Pole Green Park to pray together, console one another, and remember the five victims who lost their lives in violent acts in Hanover County since Dec. 17. Standing in a semicircle on the edge of the football field, some bowed their heads, others held hands and even clutched one another, and almost everyone cried. Lee Mitchell, a member of Hanover Evangelical Friends Church in Mechanicsville, led the surface by reading scripture

and Lisa Wright then read a poem. Ed Vinson, a pastor at Hanover Evangelical Friends Church, said the first prayer and, as he finished, invited anyone in the crowd to also pray. Several people spoke and asked for guidance, sympathy and peace. The group also recited The Lord’s Prayer. Kenny and Cathy Crowe attended the service to show support for the community. “We are members of the church putting on the service,” Kenny said. “We are here to pray for and support the families of the victims, our community and church.” The idea for the service was Mitchell’s. “I was talking

Jim Fields/The Local

Shannon Wells wraps her arms around her husband Darrell as prayers are said during Saturday’s prayer vigil at Pole Green Park. The service was held to bring the community together to pray for and console the families and friends of the victims of recent violence in Hanover County. Brett Wells, Darrell and Shannon’s son, died on Jan. 21 from a gunshot wound. Vigil organizer Lee Mitchell, below, prepared to address the crowd.

to some friends recently, and we wanted to do something but didn’t know what to do. Then at church, Pastor Vinson talked about the power of prayer, and

we decided to try and have a prayer service.” Information about the service spread through Facebook and, at one time, more than 500

indicated they would attend. The victims were: Jyreffe P. Clark, 17, Dec. 17; Brett A. Wells, 16, Jan. 21; Madison R. and Caroline R. King, 3, Jan.

28; and Sarajane Hakopian, 44, Jan. 30. Robert D. King, 40, took his own life after killing his twin daughters.

when your heart needs a second chance

Bon Secours can help. The Bon Secours Advanced Heart Failure Center is the area's only center with a board-certified heart failure cardiologist. Our team offers patients the very latest in treatment and technology in a compassionate, healing environment. Talk to your doctor to find out if you are ready to see a heart failure specialist or call 804-287-3550.

BON SECOURS HEART & VASCULAR INSTITUTE ST. MARY’S | MEMORIAL REGIONAL | RICHMOND COMMUNITY | ST. FRANCIS

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

9


Don’t Move – Improve

Free Estimates Call Dan Mitchell

730-1016

OBITUARIES | Death Notices & Funerals

• Vinyl Siding • Replacement Windows • Roofing • Aluminum Trim • Seamless Gutters Member of BBB www.mitchellsidinginc.com email: dan@mitchellsidinginc.com

S CITIZEN SENIOR an additional

ad Receive s with this 10% Bonu DES COINS) (EXCLU

ARMED SECURITY ON DUTY

We pay signed double for je • Tiffany • welry! • Van Cleef Cartier & Arpels •R • David Yurmoberto Coin • David Wean • Judith Ripka • Gucci • D bb • Lalaounis unay • • Maubouss Buccellati in

We are a Virginia company with 20 licensed and bonded locations in Virginia and a proud sponsor of keeping your business right here in our state.

BRING GOLD - GET CA$H TODAY Gold, Platinum, and Silver

chains, bracelets, rings and watches. We pay top dollar for your estate, broken or unwanted inherited jewelry. We Testh Dental gold, gold and silver coins. g ei W & t In Fronu of Yo

Sterling silverware, sterling tea sets.

Clean out your jewelry box and storage! WE HONOR ALL COMPETITORS’ ADS

Visit NationalRedemption.com for a bonus coupon Wingate Hotel Short Pump Quality Inn & Suites Airport

NEW ON ATI LOC

13991 N. Gayton Road, Richmond, VA 23233

NEW ON ATI LOC

5203 Williamsburg Rd., Sandston, VA 23150

1 block off W. Broad Street on North Gayton Road, (64E Exit 195 Laburnum past White Oaks Mall. Left on Williamsburg Road. Hotel is 2 blocks on the right.) 1 block west of the Short Pump Town Center Mall

Holiday Inn Koger Conference Center 1021 Koger Center Blvd. Richmond, VA 23235 (500 ft W of Midlothian Tpk. next to Johnston-Willis Hospital)

$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

2520262-02 $$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

$ $ $RECORD $ $ $ $HIGH $ $ $GOLD $ $ $PRICES $ $ $ $• RECORD $ $ $ $ $HIGH $ $ GOLD $ $ $ PRICES $$$$$$

$ Gold and Silver $

Fredericksburg Hospitality House 2801 Plank Rd. Fredericksburg, VA 22401 (Beside Lowe’s in Central Park Rear entrance to the Commonwealth Room.)

Every Thursday-Sunday 10AM-6PM

ME$ $ $ $ Bring extra $ $ $this $ $ $ad $ $for $ $an$ $ $ $ $$5 $ $with $ $ $your $ $ $sale. $$$$$$

10

The Mechanicsville Local

be with the Lord on Monday, Dec. 19, 2011. He was preceded in death by his wife, Eve. He is 30, 2012 at Henrico Doctors’ survived by his daughter, Deborah Retreat Hospital in Richmond, Cicchino; his brother, Neil Byrne Va. Theresa was a loving wife, and his wife, Roberta; his sister, mother, grandmother, daughter, Debbie Byrne; his nephew, Matsister and friend. She is survived by her husband, David D. Baker; thew Byrne and his wife, Charlotte; and their daughter, Margot; daughter, Brandy B. Straus; sons, and his nieces, Kristen Byrne, John A. Matthews, Joseph D. Laura Byrne and Patricia Byrne. Matthews and Jason M. MatKevin was a leader in the training thews; mother, Shirley Carlson; organization of AT&T. He was a sisters, Joan Gladma and Carol dearly loved member of Walnut Morehead; and grandchildren, Grove Baptist Church, where he Gabriella Matthews and Jake was admired and respected for Straus. Theresa was vibrant, full his many contributions, includof life, and selfless. Her wishes were to be cremated and her ashes ing serving as a Sunday School teacher and a deacon. A memorial to be buried with her husband, service celebrating Kevin’s life David Baker. Memorial services was held on Sunday, Feb. 12, were held on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at the Baker family home in 2012 at Walnut Grove Baptist Church, 7046 Cold Harbor Road, south Richmond. For information please contact David Baker at Mechanicsville, Va. 23111. 399-4308. We love you, Mommy, Elizabeth Comer Childress, and hope to see you standing much beloved mother, grandbeside God. mother and great-grandmother, known to all as Granny. Born Kevin Francis Byrne, on July 25, 1918 to her parents, 59, of Mechanicsville, went to

Theresa Matthews Baker, 58, died Monday, Jan.

February 15, 2012

Amanda Lee Joins Union First Market Bank

William E. and Ethel Clyde R. Comer, in Oxford, N.C., she was one of seven children, preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, Philip A. Childress. She retired from Federal Reserve Bank. She is survived by her two daughters, Carolyn Diehr (Harvey) of Mechanicsville, Claudia Johnson and her late husband, Floyd, of Glen Allen; five grandchildren, Robert Owens of Virginia Beach, Richard Owens of Miami, Fla., Pamela Viers (Kevin) of Glen Allen, Cassie Clevinger (John) of Rockville and Susan Call (Hutch) of Norfolk; nine great-grandchildren, Jacob, Julia, Will, Cameron, Nickolas, Brice, Calli, Ben and Luke. A memorial service was held on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 LeeDavis Rd. Visitation was held one hour prior to the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the American Diabetes Association , Memorial and Honor Program, P.O. Box 11454 Alexandria, Va., 22312.

James Verdun Creasman, 92, formerly of Asheville, died Sunday, Jan. 29, 2012, in Mechanicsville. Born in Nebraska, Mr. Creasman was a son of the late James Harvey and Minnie Reed Creasman, and was married to Joyce Winona Creasman, who died in 1997. Mr. Creasman was a Navy veteran of WW II and was retired from Contel Communication Co. He was an active member of Good News Baptist Church, Candler. He is survived by two daughters, Maxine Swepston and husband, Jim, of Mechanicsville, and Joyce Hall and husband, Spencer, of China Grove, NC; seven grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren, and seven great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at Good News Baptist Church. Rev. Steve Smith officiated. Graveside services with military honors followed at Woodlawn Cemetery. The family received friends Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2012 at Groce Funeral Home see OBITUARIES, pg. 12 `

Financial Aid if Qualified

Union First Market Bank welcomes Amanda Lee as the new Branch Manager at the Atlee branch. Well-known locally, she offers over 15 years of banking experience.

Amanda Lee

Branch Manager 9665 Sliding Hill Road Ashland, VA 23055 804-550-2300

Amanda received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Virginia Commonwealth University.

CenturaWorks.com

® bankatunion.com

Member FDIC

Midlothian Trnpk: 888-242-3670 W Broad St: 888-242-3621 Centura College. SCHEV Certified.


BILL TALLEY FORD IS COMING TO MECHANICSVILLE!

CONSTRUCTION IS MOVING ALONG NICELY ...

6280 Mechanicsville Turnpike | Mechanicsville, VA 2311 1|

804-746-2000 | Next to T.G.I. Friday’s

We’re excited about being your hometown Ford store!

THE

NEW KID IN TOWN

Our Sales Team Encourages You To Stop In Any Time To Say Hello

2564268-01

CHRIS Brown

BRAD VanStavern

BILL Cudlip

CODY Ledford

MIKE Gibbs

JAMES Lynch

MOE Callahan

JOSH Koopmann

TOM E. Stokes

5110 South Laburnum Ave.

www.billtalleyford.com The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

11


OBITUARIES Continued from pg. 10 b

on Patton Avenue. Memorials may be made to Good News Baptist Church, 1953 Smoky Park Highway, Candler, NC 28715, or to St. Jude Childrens’ Hospital, 501 St. Judes Place, Memphis,

TN 38105. Funeral arrangements handled by Monaghan Funeral Home.

Cross; a son, Douglas D. Cross Jr.; and a brother, George Jackson Schmitz Jr. Mrs. Cross was a local artist and a Catherine S. Cross, 85, member of the Church of the Creator and was an operating of Mechanicsville, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012. room technician at M.C.V. She is survived by a daughter, She was preceded in death Terry C. Futrell and husband, by her husband, Douglas D.

At Marks Family Dentistry It’s Valentine’s Day All Month! “My hygienist was polite kind, gentle and informative. I would recommend this practice to my friends. The environment is welcoming from the time you enter the doors and through your check out. I feel like a valued customer not just another client to ‘get through’.” Laura—Mechanicsville—February 2, 2011 “Quick , Painless, Professional. It was my first visit to this office, and I liked them so much. I will use them as my primary dental care provider though I live out of state. Next time I visit my Aunt, I’ll also schedule my dental cleaning. I was that impressed. Amazed at how up to date the office is. Thanks for taking care of this North Carolinian!” Christy—Simpson, N. C.—February 4, 2011 “Keep up the good work! My first visit to the Marks office was very pleasant and efficient. From the waiting room to the dentist chair everything was nicely decorated which created a calming atmosphere. My hygienist was knowledgeable, pleasant and thorough. Dr. Marks was very professional, provided great guidance and I look forward to returning to his practice.” Emily—Sandston—February 16, 2011 “Dr. Marks AAA+++ My first visit with Dr. Marks was a great experience and he made me very comfortable during what can be a rough procedure. Thanks.” Greg—Chesterfield—February 17, 2011 “Friendly and Helpful! The office is very clean, comfortable and nice, and the staff I met were all so kind and caring. Most of all, I love how they treated my teeth and fixed the problem I brought.” Anonymous—February 18, 2011

Buddy; grandchildren, Zachary D. Futrell and wife, Stacey, Catherine Holly Futrell White and husband, Adam, Jeremy Cross, and Eric Cross and wife, Ann; 10 great-grandchildren; and sisters, Betty Holden and Mary Ann Bruce. The family received friends on Friday, Feb. 10, 2012 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road. A graveside funeral service was held on Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made to the Church of the Creator.

John R. Edwards, of Richmond, was promoted to glory, surrounded by his family, Jan. 30, 2012. He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Betty Edwards; daughter, Debbie Hart and husband, Jesse; grandchildren, David Gulick and wife, Natasha, Karen Wallace and husband, John, Mandy Brooks and husband, Steve; great-grandchildren, Bella and Mason and soon expected great-granddaughter, Adalyn. The family received friends on Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at the Monaghan Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton Pkwy., Mechanicsville. Graveside services were held at Forest Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Edwards was a Navy veteran of WWII and the Korean War.

Joyce Stinson Elliott, of

Mindy Jay Grenveld, passed Feb. 2, 2012. She was born in Williamsburg, on June 22, 1963 to Barbara J. Quinones, and the late Stanley Wallace. Mindy owned and operated the Flash Courier Company. Mindy is survived by her loving husband, Clay Greneveld; her caring siblings, Jody and Bronson Wallace and Falon Waters. Mindy also leaves behind her daughters, Jordan and Austin; as well as several grandchildren. Services were private.

Arthur Farmer Jr.,

Sara Mobley Hakopian,

“Chip”, 49, of Aylett, passed away Friday, Feb. 3, 2012. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Bonnie; three sons, Jonathan (Jen), Josh (Ashley) and Ryan; four grandchildren, Nicholas, Courtesy, Nathan and JJ. He is also survived by his farther, Bill Farmer (Betty); and his mother, Marjorie Taylor

of Beaverdam, died Jan. 30, 2012. She is survived by her daughter, Molly; and her son, P.J.; father, Frederick F. Mobley (Lillian) of Rockville, Md.; mother, Betty Savage (Ernie) of Bruceton Mills, W.Va.; siblings, Lewis (Sandy) Mobley of Columbia, Md., Alice Emery (William MacDermaid) of Middleville, Mich., John (Christa) Mobley of Silver Spring, Md., Mark (Cheryl) Mobley of Sheboygan, Wis., and Mykl Davis of Alice Springs, Australia; stepsisters, Joan (Charlie) Maxwell and Anne Clay; her former husband, Haroot Hakopian of Gaithersburg, Md.; and numerous nieces and nephews. Sara graduated from Springbrook High School in Silver Spring, Maryland, in 1985 and the University of Maryland in 1989. She was outgoing and loving to all who met her. She provided excellent daycare to Charlotte Nelson of Montpelier, Va., for almost 10 years. She was active in supporting the sport of

“Very pleasant. Professional in all respects.” George—Richmond—February 20, 2011 “As always Dr. Marks solved my dental problem. I’ve had the good fortune to have been a patient of each Dr. Marks. I like the idea that if my regular dentist is not available during an emergency, I can see one of the other Dr. Marks without concerns. I know that my dental issues will be taken care of. All three dentists are great to work with.” Jean—Mechanicsville—February 25, 2011

Marks Family Dentistry 9150 Dickey Drive Mechanicsville, VA 23111 804.746.3336 2547673-01

www.MarksFamilyDentistry.com

12

9563 A Kings Charter Drive www.saloncapelliva.com The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

(Woody); siblings, Mike Taylor (Sandy), Shari, Watson (Dale), Robin Paine (Thomas), David Farmer (Emily) and Julie Carneal (Chris); many nieces, nephews and beloved friends. Chip was a service tech with Richmond Ford for 28 years. A funeral service was held Monday, Feb. 6, 2012 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee Davis Rd., where visitation was also held.

Mechanicsville, was born on June 30, 1928 and departed this life peacefully, at home on Feb. 2, 2012 to be with her Maker. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, William “Bill” Elliott. She leaves behind a son, Michael; and a granddaughter, Kathleen Nicole “Niki” Elliott; a brother, Marvin Stinson and his wife, Mae Joyce, along with nieces and nephews. She was retired from the City of Richmond and was a member of Eastern Star Chapter 138 and VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post 9808. She was a light and joy to everyone she met and will surely be missed. The family received friends Sunday, Feb. 5, 2012 at the Monaghan Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton Pkwy., Mechanicsville, where services were held Monday, Feb. 6, 2012. Graveside services were held at Forest Lawn. The family would like to express their gratitude to Medi Home Health and Hospice and Companion Extraordinary Nursing Network.

see OBITUARIES, pg. 15 `


VANTAGE POINT

a newsletter for the patrons & friends of Lee-Davis High School Volume 24, No. 6 On January 11th, members of the Lee-Davis community attended the 2012 General Assembly Session and the Bicentennial Commemoration of the War of 1812. The event included a concert that was designed to celebrate the two hundred year anniversary of one of America’s “forgotten wars” by showcasing music written around that time. The climax of the event was a rendition of the most famous American poem to emerge from the War of 1812: the Star-Spangled Banner. All in attendance had a spectacular time and special thanks should be given to Delegate Chris Peace for sponsoring Lee-Davis at the event. Social studies teacher Stephen Salvato accompanied class members Rachael Chudoba, Samantha Perkins, Dillon Mundie, Maria Salgado, Stephen Hepper, Daniel Graves, Chelsea Matthews, Carlin Wetzel, Maddie Grimesey, Rudo Kashmiri, Sierra Lackey, Justin Hudnal, Zach Stevens, Zack Thomas, Steven Hall, and Cody Bowles. Junior Naveed Quarterman has been named as the Lee-Davis honoree for the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award for 2012. Students nominated for this recognition “have shown caring for others and have participated in activities that improve human relations and intergroup understanding.” Naveed and his parent have been invited to a dinner and award ceremony later this month in recognition of his honor. Congratulations to the staff and sponsor of the 2011 Confederate Yearbook. It has been selected to be included in the 2012 Ideas That Fly “yearbook yearbook,” a national Herff Jones publication of the best yearbooks in the country. Editors were Ashley Johnson, Montasia Golden and Maddie Muse; their sponsor is publications teacher Kathleen Trace. Librarians Ginger Palmen and Barbara Cassett, along with library secretary Terri Kidd, recently sponsored a Scholastic Book Fair for students and staff at Lee-Davis. A display of age-appropriate books invited students to browse and buy their favorites and register for a Book Fair giveaway. Congratulations to Tyler W. French, Michael Pemberton and Hailey Warren. This month the Beta Club helped to make the first annual Laurel Meadow science fair a success. L-DHS Beta Club showed elementary students the excitement in building a bridge, boat and tower. Tables were set up at the fair to allow the students of Laurel Meadow Elementary school an opportunity to explore and build various designs for each of the structures. Join the Beta Club on Tuesday, February 28th for an evening of exciting fun. Minute to Win It will be taking place in the Lee-Davis auditorium. Showtime begins at 7:00 pm. Come and try some of the games for a chance to win cash prizes. The 4th Annual Faculty Chili/Soup Cook-Off took place in the school library after school during exam week. First Place, Tamisha Lee’s Black Bean with Avocado Lime Sour Cream; Second Place, Mary Benbow’s Clam Chowder and Third Place, Charles Stevens’ White Chicken Chili. Thanks to all who took part in this delicious contest! The Mid-Atlantic Association of International Baccalaureate (IB) World School will host an IB college fair at American University on April 24. Any interested Pre-Baccalaureate sophomores and IB juniors are invited to attend. Approximately 60 colleges and universities will participate. This is an excellent opportunity to visit many schools at one time and ask your specific questions. Additional information will be forth-coming. A reception for recipients of 2011 IB diplomas was held recently. Congratulations to graduates Benjamin Aaron, Caleb Bradberry, Dustin Crayton, Robert Evans, Ryan Henry, Ariel Libbon, Gerard Mitchell, Joseph Newton, Anar Panjwani, Anthony Talley, and Blake Thompson. If you have any questions regarding the IB Program at Lee-Davis, please contact Lesa Berlinghoff at lberinghoff@ hcps.us. In October, Lee-Davis partnered with Bill Talley Ford for a Drive One 4 UR School event as part of a public relations project coordinated through DECA. The goal of the event was to attract people to LeeDavis for a free test drive of a Ford vehicle. Ford donated twenty dollars for every test drive to the Lee-Davis Athletic Department as part of the community event. In addition, families also enjoyed a free rock climbing wall, sponsored by the US Army, face painting, a moon bounce, pumpkin decorating, a field hockey shootand-score station, and food from CiCi’s Pizza and Chick-fil-A. Overall the event was extremely successful, as Lee-Davis had over 237 test drives, and $4,740.00 was raised for the school’s athletic department. A check presentation was held at the school on Monday, January 30 with Ford staff and Lee-Davis DECA members, athletes, and administration. WeappreciateL&MCarpetOnefortheirassistanceinunderwritingthisnewsletterintheMechanicsville Local newspaper on a monthly basis this year. Please let them know that you recognize their generosity and community spirit when you visit their store. Area businesses who would like to sponsor our newsletter on an ongoing basis, featuring their logo on the masthead, may contact Ms. Kim Williams, Business Partnership coordinator at Lee-Davis High School. Art teachers from L-DHS and Stonewall Jackson Middle School have joined forces to present a faculty art show at the Mechanicsville Library. The work will be up through the end of February and we would love for you to go see it. Thanks to the library for providing space for various exhibits throughout the year. Mark your calendars now for a pre-festival concert March 1 at 6:30 pm featuring Lee-Davis and Stonewall Jackson bands and string orchestras. There is no charge for the concert; however, we would greatly appreciate your support of our programs by purchasing a meal at the Mechanicsville Chic-fil-A between 5 and 8 pm that evening. Orchestral inductees into the Tri-M music honor society for 2012 are Kylie Armstrong, Rebecca Arrington, Nick Aunspach, James Brodie, Meredith Brown, Casey Bryant, Catherine Burnett, Hannah Card, Sarah Cheatham, Hailey Davidson, Melissa Davis, Katrina Deoliveira, Kathryn Duggon, Abigail Elliott, Ashley Fauteux, Matthew Franklin, Olivia Fusco, Gretchen Gales, Anna Jane Glascock, Kimberly Hall, Andrea Hardy, Dalton Hare, Stephanie Hudson, Elizabeth “Maggie” Jackson, Emily Jordan, Ava Lindsay, Samantha Morgan, Kaycee Newcomb, Ryan Petry, Rachel Prestipino, Bethany Pursel, Samantha Reed, Shane Rodriguez, Allison Satterwhite, Christina Taylor, Rose Teague, Sarah Troxel, Jordan Wall, Libby Whitcomb, Savannah Wood, Israel Vaughn and Wilson Lam. Congratulations to the cast and crew of “Silent Snow, Secret Snow” who earned a spot at The Regional One Act Competition by placing second at the District Competition. Katelyn Stevens and Casey English were recognized for their outstanding acting performances. Students participating included Allen Coates, Autumn Coombs, Abigayle Evans, Alison Fling, Nicky Hollins, Donald Kidd, Samantha Leisure, Hunter Nunnaly, Marissa Rilee and Melissa Sneed.

6156 Mechanicsville Turnpike

730-3016

BUILDING OUR WORLD TOGETHER

FEBRUARY 2012

The following students represented L-DHS at District Band earlier this month: Gabe Barker, Casey Bryant, Kadie Duggan, Olivia Fusco, Aaron Hantoot, Dalton Hare, Sarah Jenkins, Rayshawn Mason, Abigail Pitcock, Annie Polek, Rachel Prestipino, Bethany Pursel, Allison Satterwhite, Chelsea Sharder, Sarah Troxel, Julie von Gemmingen and Courtney Vest. We congratulate these individuals on this wonderful achievement. Art students at Lee-Davis have won top honors at The Scholastic Art & Writing Competition. Gold key winners will have their work on view at the VMFA Feb 18 - March 18. We are so proud of our artists! Gold Key: Caroline Hughes-Graphic Arts, Madison Doss-Fine Arts; Silver Key: Trevor Jones and Tyler Hinkle-Graphic Arts, Haylie Zapantis–Photography, Amanda Mason-Fine Arts; Honorable Mention: Allison Reed and Haylie Zapantis-Fine Arts, Christina Mancuso and Karen Negnesky-Crafts. Military Precision Varsity Drill Competition to be Held at Lee-Davis: “Come one, come all” to this outstanding FREE all-day family event that will be held at Lee-Davis High School on February 25, 2012 from 8 am to 3 pm. Numerous schools from Maryland, Washington, D.C., and Virginia are scheduled to participate. If you are the least bit curious about NJROTC military precision varsity drills, this would be a great opportunity to come out and make it a great family event. We hope to see you there. Please join us in congratulating the NJROTC varsity drill team for bringing home six trophies from the ten events entered in the recent Martin Luther King Regional Drill competition. From among a very competitive field of 43 schools representing all branches of service, Lee-Davis won in the following categories: Unarmed Regulation Platoon and Armed Exhibition Platoon (3rd place); Armed Regulation Squad, Unarmed Exhibition Squad, Unarmed Exhibition Platoon and Unit Personnel Inspection (4th place). At the Patuxent Regional Academic and Drill Competition, the NJROTC varsity drill team won four trophies and one medal. They won in the following categories: Standard Platoon Basic without Arms, Overall Drill and Overall Regional Academic and Drill Meet (3rd place); Color Guard (2nd place); and Cadet Joseph Keiper won 1st place in the academic category from among a competitive group of 195 cadets. Job very well done! AP Testing—The Bulletin for AP Students and Parents as well as AP registration information has been distributed to all AP classes. The deadline to sign up to take the exams this year is Friday, March 9, 2012. This deadline cannot be extended so please make sure that the forms are returned along with the AP examination fee no later than March 9, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. AP exams will be held May 7-18. Information about the test can be found on the Lee-Davis high school website at: http://hcps2.hanover.k12.va.us/ldhs/ aptest.pdf If you have any questions, please feel free to call the counseling office at 723-2201 or email Ms. Zalewski at jzalewski@hcps.us Interested in learning more about the college admissions process, apprenticeship, financial aid, and what you can do now to prepare for your senior year? Please mark your calendars for the annual Junior Jubilee for March 27 at 6:30pm. Information from the clinic: in an effort to continually enhance the safety of all children, we would like to remind parents about alerting the nurse and cafeteria managers of any food allergies that your child may have. It is also essential to provide the nurse with any needed medication such as an Epinephrine Pen or Benadryl for allergies, or an inhaler for asthmatic students so that these medications might be readily accessible in the event of an emergency. Please remember that all medications must be brought in by the parent and a permission slip must be signed. We appreciate your cooperation with this matter as we do all we can to keep your children safe during the school day. Any students interested in taking Behind-the-Wheel may turn in their completed application and 50hour driving log to Mr. Wilton. There is currently no waiting list. If you are now eligible or will become eligible soon, turn in your paperwork and $200.00. The monthly Letter from the Principal has moved to the school website! Please check the Principal’s Blog at http://hcps2.hanover.k12.va.us/ldhs/ for current and archived notes from the administration to the greater school community. Parents—It’s never too late to join the Athletic Boosters! For a minimum cost of $10 per year, you will receive an L-D vehicle sticker, a Confederate meal coupon good for the concession stand during the 20112012 school year, opportunities for scholarships, plus direct insight into the many areas where the Boosters provide assistance to the school and all athletes. 100% of the memberships stays with the L-DHS Athletics Boosters and will be used to support -LDHS Athletics. For more information and to sign up, please contact Jeff Cline, Booster President, at JCLINE@irco.com or Denise Orlandi, Membership, at denise.orlandi@ msn.com . Spring Sports begin the week of February 20: baseball, soccer, softball, tennis and outdoor track. Check with coaches for individual team dates. Be sure you have a completed VHSL physical on file with Mrs. Childress. You cannot participate in tryouts without a physical and tryouts will not be extended for those without a physical. Forms can be picked up at the front office and are available on the school website. Time is running short to nominate an outstanding teacher or administrator for the 2012 R.E.B. Awards for Teaching Excellence. The deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 23 for letters of nomination and support; the completed application form and principal’s evaluation are due on Thursday, March 26. Awards may reach $12,000 for an individual teacher. Nomination information is available at the school or at www. tcfrichmond.org. “Little-Known Secrets of Paying for College” is sponsored by Hanover County Parks & Recreation and will be presented at Oak Knoll Middle School on Wednesday, March 7 from 6-8:30 p.m. Tuition is $25 and includes all workshop materials. Spouse is free if registering by fax or e-mail parksandrec@ co.hanover.va.us or 365-4696. Online registration is also available at http://online.activenetworl.com/ hanoverparksrec/. The registration deadline is March 7.

The Hanover County School Board does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of age, sex, race, color, religion, disability or national origin in its employment practices or educational programs and activities. The Administrator for Special Education is designated as coordinator for non-discrimination for access to and implementation of programs under Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources is designated as coordinator for non-discrimination regarding matters under Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Date 2/15 2/15 2/16 2/16 2/16 2/17 2/17 2/17 2/18 2/20 2/20 2/23 2/25 2/28 3/1 3/1 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/3 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/8 3/10 3/10 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/13 3/14 3/14 3/14 3/15 3/15 3/15 3/15 3/15 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/16 3/19 3/19 3/20 3/20 3/22 3/22 3/22 3/22 3/22 3/22 3/26 3/26 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/27 3/29 3/29 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/30 3/31

FEBRUARY/MARCH 2012

Event Girls Varsity Basketball Girls Varsity Basketball Parent-Teacher Conferences Boys Varsity Basketball Boys Varsity Basketball Indoor Track Girls Varsity Basketball Boys Varsity Basketball Varsity Indoor Track Holiday Spring Sports Begin Medford League Game NJROTC Drill Meet Minute to Win It Event Interim Report Day Medford League Game Band & Strings Forensics Tournament Varsity Baseball JV Baseball Boys JV Soccer Girls JV Soccer Girls Varsity Soccer Choir Pyramid Concert Boys Varsity Soccer Winter Sports Awards Night Medford League Game Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis Boys JV Soccer Girls JV Soccer Boys Varsity Soccer Girls Varsity Soccer SAT Test Center Varsity Softball JV Softball Daylight Saving Time Begins Girls Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis Boys Varsity Tennis PTSA Meeting Boys JV Soccer JV Baseball JV Softball Boys Varsity Soccer Athletic Boosters Varsity Softball NJROTC Boosters Medford League Game Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis Girls JV Soccer Girls Varsity Soccer JV Baseball JV Softball Varsity Baseball Varsity Softball Boys JV Soccer Boys Varsity Soccer Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis Varsity Baseball JV Baseball Varsity Softball JV Softball Girls JV Soccer JV Softball Varsity Softball Girls Varsity Soccer Varsity Softball Boys Varsity Tennis Girls Varsity Tennis JV Baseball JV Softball Boys JV Soccer JV Softball Junior Jubilee Boys Varsity Soccer Girls Varsity Tennis Boys Varsity Tennis Spring Sports Pep Rally Boys JV Soccer Girls JV Soccer JV Baseball Girls JV Softball Varsity Baseball Boys Varsity Soccer Girls Varsity Soccer Varsity Softball Arts & Science Festival

Details District Semi-Finals District Semi-Finals Early Dismissal District Semi-Finals District Semi-Finals Central Region Meet District Championship District Championship Region Meet Schools Closed

Place Home Home Home Home Home Ashe Center Home Home Ashe Center

Time 6:00PM 7:30PM 1:15PM 6:00PM 7:30PM

Freeman

Home Home Auditorium

10:45AM 7:00AM 7:00PM

Tucker Concert Central Region Courtland Courtland Hermitage Hermitage Hermitage

Home Auditorium Home Away Away Away Home Home Auditorium Away Auditorium Gym Away Home Away Home Away Home Home Home Home

10:45AM 7:00PM 4:00PM 12:00PM 12:00PM 5:30PM 5:30PM 6:45PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 10:45AM 4:30PM 4:30PM 5:30PM 5:30PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 8:00AM 11:00AM 11:00AM

Home Away Home Library Home Away Home Home Library Away E17 Away Home Away Away Away Home Home Away Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Away Home Home Away Home Home Away Away Home Home Home Away Home Auditorium Away Away Home

4:30PM 4:00PM 4:45PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 11:00AM 4:45PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 7:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 5:30PM 7:00PM 4:45PM 4:45PM 4:45PM 4:45PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 5:30PM 5:30PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 4:30PM 4:45PM 4:45PM 5:00PM 5:00PM 5:30PM 6:00PM 6:30PM 7:00PM 4:00PM 4:45PM

Home Away Away Away Home Home Away Home Atlee

5:30PM 5:30PM 6:00PM 6:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 7:00PM 10:00AM

Hermitage Richmond Eagles PHHS PHHS Prince George Prince George Prince George Prince George Dinwiddie Dinwiddie “Spring Forward” Manchester James River Armstrong Colonial Heights Mills Godwin Mills Godwin Colonial Heights Matoaca @ Henrico Hanover High Hanover High Maggie Walker Maggie Walker Hermitage Hermitage Hermitage Hermitage Manchester Manchester Atlee Atlee Henrico Henrico PHHS PHHS PHHS PHHS PHHS Deep Run Deep Run PHHS Monacan Highland Springs Highland Springs Armstrong Armstrong Monacan Monacan Monacan Glen Allen Glen Allen Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico Henrico

6:00PM 7:30PM

For up-to-the-minute school calendar information, please go to highschoolsports.net

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

13


Where do you want to go? How does your bank help you get there?

“I want to grow my business.” EVB has all of the commercial banking products and services you need including great rates on credit card processing and loans to help your business grow. Come visit us today and find out the difference it makes when your bank truly knows your business and your financial needs.

No matter where you want to go, EVB can help you get there.

Go to bankevb.com, or visit any of our convenient locations throughout Eastern Virginia, including Ashland, Central Garage, Kings Charter, and Windmill. (804) 443-4333 • 1-888-464-BANK (2265) EVB® is a registered trademark of EVB in the United States.

John Libby named among world’s brightest young students John Libby, a student from Mechanicsville, recently was honored as one of the brightest young students in the world at a national awards ceremony for gifted children sponsored by The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY). The Center honored John, one of 50,000 participants in the 2011 CTY Talent Search, for his exceptional performance on the college SAT or ACT. Among the more than 700 U.S. and international middle school students invited to the ceremony on the Johns Hopkins University campus: ✏All earned exceptionally high scores on at least one section of the college SAT or ACT. ✏At least 87 achieved a perfect score on the reading or math section of the SAT or ACT. These exceptional students earned this opportunity for recognition by participating in the annual Talent Search organized by CTY (www. cty.jhu.edu). Since 1979, CTY has annually sought the most academically able elementary and middle school students, and encouraged their enrollment in CTY’s annual Talent Search. In 2010-2011, more than 50,000 students from 50 states, the District of Columbia and countries including China, South Korea and Canada participated in Talent Searches offered through CTY. Students enrolled in the Talent Search tested through the fall and spring. John, a student at Chickahominy Middle School, is part of a select group. Chosen from

more than 14,000 seventh and eighth grade testers around the world, honorees are selected because they have scored the highest on either the SAT or ACT – the same tests taken by collegebound juniors and seniors. Abovegrade-level tests, taken independently JOHN LIBBY from the pressures of mandated assessment, provide useful information to students, families and schools, giving a clearer picture of students’ academic capabilities. Students honored at the 2011 Grand Ceremony also have qualified for CTY’s residential summer programs, online classes and family academic programs, where gifted students meet others like themselves from all over the world and have an opportunity to stretch their creative and intellectual wings, and discover where their special talents may take them. For more information, go to: www.cty.jhu. edu.

Six Offices Proudly Serving the Entire Metro Richmond Area! Call 804.377.0777 from your mobile phone for 24/7 information about any MLS LISTING!

Stuart Hubbard 307-7184

6501 Mechanicsville Trnpk., Suite G-1 Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Dianne Stanley 513-2832

Ryan Medlin 564-1092

804.746.7466

Allen Bradley 366-8658

Stella M. Stanley 878-0466

14

NEW EASY ACCESS TO DOCK / PIER! Mattaponi River! Million $$ View! Transitional Home has 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full & 2 Half baths, 3194 Sq. ft., 55 ft. Dock/Pier, 330 ft. River Frontage, Water is 8’ deep at Mean Low Water (MLW), 2 Jet Ski Ramp & Lift, Boat house/lift. Truly a Must See! Call David Riley 804-337-1809 or Text “DRiley” to 804-377-0777 for info!

The Mechanicsville Local

www.HomesinRichmond.com

RE/MAX COMMONWEALTH 8040 Goodlife Ct. Stonegate at Pebble Creek Looking for an open and comfortable floor plan? Located on a cul-de-sac this elegant 5/6 BR, 4 ½ bath home boasts 3730 sq ft. The Family Room opens to an eat-in kitchen with stainless appliances & morning/playroom. LR, DR complete the 1st floor. Hardwoods throughout! 5 BR including the master with 3 full baths make the perfect 2nd floor. The finished 3rd floor can double as a BR/office with its own full bath. Many amenities! Come see us at our open house, Sunday February 26th! Dianne Stanley, CRS, ABR, GRI, SFR Cell: 804-513-2832 • Fax: 804-423-2407 • E-MAIL: Properties@DStanleyrealtor.com Website: www.DStanleyrealtor.com Licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia

February 15, 2012

Gary Pennington 304-2057

Chip Underwood 314-4719

David Riley 337-1809

7201 Glen Forest Drive Suite 104 Richmond, VA 23226

804.288.5000

Jennifer James 901-9030

Jonathan Orcutt 241-9194

NE $1 W L 97 IST ,50 IN 0 G

David Adams 389-5099

$2 64 ,50 0

Larry Lloyd 437-2581

Mike Hogan 503-0811

Ranch on 2.9 Acres! 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths, 2 Car Garage, 2626 sqft, Built in 2004. Call David Riley 804-337-1809 or Text “DRiley” to 804-377-0777 for info!

3 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 Baths, Built in 2002, Huge Master Bedroom, Master Bathroom with Double Vanity, Garden Tub & Shower, Big Kitchen with Breakfast Bar & New Flooring, Open Family Room with Gas Fireplace, Attached 1 Car Garage Call David Riley 804-337-1809 or Text “DRiley” to 804-377-0777 for info!

Lisa Atkinson, CRS 240-6527 www.LisaAtkinson.net


OBITUARIES Continued from pg. 12 b

horse-vaulting for her children in the Montpelier area. A memorial service for Sara was held at the American Legion Hall, 17662 Beaver Dam Road, Beaverdam, Va. 23015, on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012.

Gwenivere Lindstrom Carlisle Hancock, “Gwen”, 86, of Richmond, died Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012. At various stages in her life, Gwen was actively involved with associations including scouting, occupational therapy, learning disability and Myasthenia Gravis. She loved reading, the out-of-doors and enjoyed traveling. Born in 1926 in Chicago, Gwen attended school in Page, North Dakota then Winchester, Virginia, and graduated in 1944 from Thomas Jefferson High School in Richmond. She attended Mary Washington College and RPI where she

earned an Occupational Therapy certificate in 1948 and a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 1960. She retired from the DMV. Survivors include daughters, Deborah Carlisle Lacy of Richmond, and Leslie Carlisle Green of Glen Allen; son, Chris Hancock of Richmond, their spouses; six grandchildren and grand-dogs and cats. A memorial visitation will be held at the Cremation Society of Virginia, 1927 Westmoreland St., Richmond, Va. 23230, on Saturday, Feb. 18, 2012 between 2 to 4 p.m.

Allene Atkinson Kirby, age 80, of Mechanicsville, was called home on Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012. She was preceded in death by her husband, Irvin D. Kirby; and her son, Michael R. Kirby. She is survived by three sons, Van D. Kirby and wife, Dana, L. Wayne Kirby and wife, Karen, Gary E. Kirby and wife, Judy; and daughter-in-law, Bonnie K. Bryant; grandchildren, Kristin, Jana, Jared, Kevan, Brent, Grayson, Emily, Graham, Shawna and Chase; three great-grandchildren; sister, Gladys Stanley; and longtime friend and caregiver, Gladys Kapande. Mrs. Kirby was a Mozelle T. Kane, 93, of Hanover County School bus Mechanicsville, went to be driver for 37 years. The family with the Lord on Wednesreceived friends Monday, Feb. day, Feb. 1, 2012. She was 6, 2012 at the Mechanicsville preceded in death by her Chapel of Bennett Funeral husband, Harry Kane; and Home, 8014 Lee-Davis her daughter, Elizabeth Ann Rd. Funeral services were Kane. She is survived by her cousin, Charles D. Long; and held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012 at Shalom Baptist Church. her good friend, Linda M. Rhea. A private service will be Graveside services followed in held graveside at a later date. see OBITUARIES, pg. 17 `

utio 2 0 12 R e s o l

n

y _ Be health

We’ll Make You Smile!

ter _ Look bet

569-0530 BoyleDentistry.com

 Visit the _ dentist & accomplish both!!

Cherrydale Office Park 6366 Mechanicsville Turnpike Suite 205, across from American Family Fitness

HUNTON CREEK

BUSH PARK CREEK

URBANNA CREEK

3 BR, 3 ½ BA Brick Colonial, formal dining & living rooms, family room, 2 bonus rooms, master suite up & down. New roof! 2 car attached garage. 1 acre. Pier/boatlift. 3’ MLW. Estate Sale REDUCED to $429,500

Near Deltaville – Private point – Well maintained 3 BR, 2 BA home with hardwood & Pine floors. Glassed creek room, large deck. Efficiency apartment in detached garage. Pier, 3’ MLW. Long creek frontage. Estate Sale $390,000

3 BR, 3 ½ BA 2-Story with walk-out basement. 3 covered porches. Terraced waterfront. Nice pier & boathouse. $349,000

Call R.D. Johnson 804-815-8320 rd@masonrealty.com

2564024-01

New Patients Welcome!

Call Eric Johnson 804-815-8374 eric@masonrealty.com

Call Eric Johnson 804-815-8374 eric@masonrealty.com

Call Eric Johnson 804-815-8374 or R. D. Johnson 804-815-8320 Mason Realty Inc. www.masonrealty.com The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

15


• • •

•

•

•

• •

•

DR. JEFF KILGORE DR. ELIZABETH BEADLES DR. CHRIS KALOSKI Monday through Thursday 7:30 am-8:00 pm Friday 7:30 am-6:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am until Noon

Conveniently located in the Spring Centre Shopping Center

559-9800

7138 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

Photo submitted by Sue Watson

Finalists for the 2012 Hanover Idols prepare for the Sunday, Feb. 26, event by rehearsing with Hanover Idol Ammie Mines-Derricott. Shown are, from left, front row, Kendall Wilkinson, Jordan Brown, Haley Joyce, Brooke Walker, Faith Gitchell and Mines-Derricott, and, back row, Blake Draper, Sara Newcomb, Kayla Lumford, Jean Woodrum, Sarah Prevost, Zhane Jackson and Austin Riley.

HAAC spotlighting local talent Feb. 26 in Hanover Idols shows

THE ALBANY

Contributed Report news@mechlocal.com

$109,950 Built on your land Shown with Some Options * Shown with optional brick

NO MONEY DOWN

FINANCING ARRANGED

FAMILYROOM KITCHEN

BRK’FST

HALL

DININGRM

FOYER

BEDRM #2

BEDRM #3

LOWEST RATES



   

2529799-01

OPTIONAL

Limited time offer. Builder reserves the right to make changes without notice. See disclaimer on builder’s web page.

16

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

The next Hanover Idols will be chosen during two shows on Sunday, Feb. 26,. The Junior Idols Show starts at 3:30 p.m. and the Hanover Idols Show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets for the Hanover Idols show are on sale now for $7 each and may be ordered by calling the Hanover Arts & Activities Center at798-2728. They also may be purchased at the door, subject to availability, on Sunday, Feb. 26, beginning at 1 p.m. The Hanover Arts & Activities Center sponsors the family-friendly show during the year when Ashland does not present its Ashland Musical Variety Show. Lorie Foley and Sue Watson, who produce and direct the Ashland Musical Variety Show, said they enjoy the Hanover Idols process, during which they discover singing talent found throughout Hanover County. Fred Horn is the musical director for the Hanover Idols shows. Abram Dean, the Hanover Junior Idol, and Ammie Mines-Derricott, the reigning Hanover Idol, will perform at both Idol shows. Dean credits his being named the Hanover Junior Idol as launching him into the prestigious Septien Program, a highly-selective program in Texas for young performers who are training for singing careers. He and his band will provide preshow entertainment.

Mines-Derricott will entertain the crowd at both shows. She has performed throughout her reign at the Strawberry Faire, the Tomato Festival and the Ashland Musical Variety Shows. A powerful vocalist and well-known chef, she serves as a mentor and youth leader in her church. Two lucky audience members of the Hanover Junior Idols’ show can purchase chances to win a back stage pass to have a special dinner with Dean after the 3:30 p.m. Junior Idol show. Another lucky winner will be chosen during the Hanover Idols show to receive a cheesecake baked at the winner’s and the chef ’s convenience by Mines-Derricott, who is a chef at the Ironhorse Restaurant and the pastry chef at Randolph-Macon College. The cheesecake prize is sponsored by the Ironhorse Restaurant. The cheesecake winner does not have to be present to win. To buy show tickets and/or raffle ticket, call the Center at 798-2728. Buy as many raffle tickets as you would like for a back stage pass/dinner with Dean and/or a cheesecake baked by MinesDerricott. Raffle tickets $3 each. The Hanover Junior Idol Show will begin at 3:30 p.m. Foors open at 3 p.m. for general admission seating. The Junior Idol finalists,ages l0-15, are: Jordan Brown, Blake Draper, Allyson Flinn, Faith Gitchell, Haley Joyce, Kayla Lipford, see IDOLS, pg. 24 


OBITUARIES Continued from pg. 15 b

Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Shalom Baptist Church Building Fund.

Donna Bradley Lewis, 47, of Richmond, departed this life on Feb. 1, 2012. She was preceded in death by her mother, Minerva Bradley; and brother, Michael Bradley. She is survived by her husband, Fred Lewis; daughter, Tracia Hayes; two grandchildren, two stepsons; father, John Bradley Sr.; three sisters, two brothers, mother-in-law, four brothers-in-law, four sistersin-law, five aunts, two uncles, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends; two devoted friends, Tonya

Williams and Renee Fowler. Family received friends at the Henry W. Dabney Funeral Home, 518 N. Washington Hwy., Ashland, Va. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012 at Greenwood Baptist Church, Ashland, Va. Pastor Todd Winston officiated. Graveside services were held at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Richmond, Va.

Robert Broaddus Norment, 88, of Hanover,

children and 10 great-grandchildren. He was a lifetime member of Lebanon United Methodist Church, where he was the choir director for 50 years. He owned and operated Norment Texaco for 27 years and was a Hanover County School bus driver for 15 years. The family received friends Monday, Jan. 23, 2012 at Bliley’s-Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Rd. Funeral services were held Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2012 at Lebanon United Methodist Church. Graveside services were held at Signal Hill Memorial Park. Contributions may be made to Lebanon United Methodist Church- Chapel Renovation, or flowers may be sent.

husband of the late Mildred M. Norment, died Jan. 21, 2012. He is survived by his daughters, Sarah Cooley (Craig), of Glen Allen, Va., Susan Copeland (Jeff), of Mechanicsville, Va., JoAnn N. Price (Bill), of Bristol, Va. and James A. Seward Jr., 78, Robinette Glasco (Matt), of Mechanicsville, Va.; 11 grand- of Mechanicsville, went to be

with his heavenly Father on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2012. He is survived by his loving wife of 49 years, Nancy; beloved daughters, Jami Holt (David), Leanne Seward Jones, Aimee Zona (Jeff), Leslie Butterworth (Ed); grandchildren, Powell, Jessie, Blake, James, Jeffrey, Anthony, Nicholas, Audrey and Hatcher; and his sister, Annabel Edwards. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and good friend to all and will be greatly missed by all. Graveside services were held Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at Signal Hill Memorial Park.

Geraline Campbell Walker, of Mechanicsville, widow of Charlie F. Walker, went to be with the Lord Feb. 10, 2012. She was preceded

in death by her mother and father, Mahaley and Purcell Campbell; also 11 brothers and sisters, Seldon, Elbe, Charlie, Mervin, Gertrude, Mabel, Elizabeth, Nettie, Herbert, Claude and Eugene. She is survived by a son, Thomas H. Smith Jr. and wife, Rebecca; a brother, Robert Campbell; and a grandson, Thomas H. Smith III and wife, Cicek. The family received friends Monday, Feb. 13, 2012 at the Monaghan Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton Parkway, Mechanicsville, where funeral services were held Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2012. Graveside services were held at Hanover Memorial Park.

James F. Winston, 67, of Richmond, formerly of King William, went home to be

with the Lord Jan. 26, 2012. Mr. Winston was a dedicated employee of Loving Produce for 36 years. Left to cherish his memory are his daughter, Latresa Winston; and his sister, Phyllis Fletcher; nieces, nephews, and a host of other relatives and friends. Family received friends at the F.E. Dabney Funeral Home, Ashland. Funeral services were held Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2012 at the Rock Spring Baptist Church, King William, Va. Rev. Michael Ferguson, pastor, officiated. Graveside services were held at Mangohick Baptist Church Cemetery. Online condolences can be made to fedabneyfuneralhome.com.

Congratulations

Ming Chin

Say Goodbye to Varicose and Spider Veins!

FREE SCREENING

Jan. 2012

SALESPERSON OF THE MONTH!

$50 Off Cosmetic Sclerotherapy

Ming Chin thanks all his valued customers and everyone involved in contributing to his success last month. “I look forward to helping my customers and making new friends in the new year!”

Service for Spider Veins First Time use only. One per person. Cannot be redeemed for cash or be combined with any other offer.

MECHANICSVILLE

3 Convenient Locations Richmond

Mechanicsville

Midlothian

HONDA

559-4000 393-0996

6530 Mech. Pike Mechanicsville mingchin3@yahoo.com

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

17


Luxury Living at Honey Meadows in Hanover Villa style homes from the $220’s Single family homes from the $260’s Planned community with 3 story clubhouse, grand ball room and in-ground swimming pool. All of today’s modern conveniences are within minutes – shopping, dining, schools and major interstates!

Gail Godfrey - 804.730.1286 learn more: www.royaldominionhomes.com Sales Center Open Daily!

3 new restaurants to open Contributed Report news@mechlocal.com New locally owned businesses will be opening soon in the Brandy Hill Plaza Shopping Center, located near the corner of Lee Davis Road and Mechanicsville Turnpike. Expected to open next month, Flipside will offer a variety of nightly entertainment and a diverse menu in the completely remodeled and renovated location formerly known as Mulligan’s. The new look of the venue will offer a suitable setting for any occasion; dinner with friends and family, a relaxing lounge area, and a new sound and lighting system. The owners are Ashley Michalosky and Brent Ray.

Willie’s BBQ, owned by Bob Williams, will open its third location in Mechanicsville. Known for its location in Bottoms Bridge, Willie’s BBQ has created a name for its madefrom-scratch sides, hand-chopped pork BBQ, ribs and chicken. The new location in the Brandy Hill Plaza Shopping Center will offer sit-down, to-go and full service catering for any size event. Coming soon wil be “The Menu Planner,” sharing his secret twists on his personal favorite, The American Burger. The full service restaurant will specialize in burgers, offering fresh toppings and ingredients, homemade sauces and combinations.

Business After Hours to be held today The Hanover Association of Businesses and Chamber of Commerce will join with Covenant Woods in hosting Business After Hours from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. today (Wednesday,

this valentine’s season, share your love. 18

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

Feb. 15) at Covenant Woods at 7090 Covenant Woods Drive in Mechanicsville. Tickets are $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Registration is available online

with credit card or Paypal. Checks and cash are accepted at the door. For more information, contact Melissa Miller at 798-8130 or melissa@habcc.com.

facebook.com/VHBGcommunity • 804.270.6566


Continued from pg. 6 

of two sons being shot — the vile attacks at these grieving families was not one of our proudest moments. Personally, I was attacked as the pastor leading the Prayer Vigil that, “You should have directly called out our community’s problems more forcefully;” “You should have shamed those involved;” “You should have condemned the accused . . .” You should have, you should have, you should have . . . (I suppose it’s safe to say we do not suffer the “weakness” of having a lack of opinions!) Yes, there were attacks on Facebook, blogs and pockets of conversations at grocery stores, restaurants and schools. There were calls of racism, hate crimes and more. Yet, I find that we get nowhere with empty rhetoric. Some of what has been said may be true, or even untimely, but there’s hardly anyone among us who hasn’t felt led at some point to champion one side or another. So I was pleasantly inspired to see where a massive crowd arrived at both the Prayer Vigil and funeral service for Brett [Wells]. I was impressed with the response to a meeting called for by the principal at Atlee High School for local clergy. Our Christian counselor and youth director joined me in attending this session where around 50 ministry professionals gathered to help develop an action plan for how the faith community can address all that our region is facing. I was saddened to hear of local high school graduates being victims with a fire while at college. I was grief-stricken to watch the coverage of a despondent father taking his own life and the lives of his twin 3-year old daughters, and for the most recent murder in the Beaverdam area of Hanover County. The lessons I have learned from these past few weeks are

that it takes real work to fight back against tremendous targets in order to impact the culture for good. You have to show up, you have to be present, you have to look at the problems head-on, not with one’s head in the sand. Quite honestly, you often have to take the more challenging path ahead, not the easy way out. And how much does that just stink? Wasn’t it easier when we could see the lame guy (i.e.: addictions, struggles, weaknesses) laying on the side of the road, and just walk on by? But as Scripture reveals in the Parable of the Good Samaritan, we know that “walking on by” does very little to transform weakness into strength. Inaction only empowers weakness. “Walking on by” has been way too easy for way too long. Complacency helped us become who we now appear to be . . . yet complacency will not (and cannot) redefine our identity. But we can do the right thing. Scripture details the “right thing” as helping the lame guy back to his feet, taking him to the house just ahead, and seeing that his wounds are tended. This process of “lifting up” seems to be needed right now in our community: for healing, transforming, and strengthening the chain that is threaded throughout each part of our county. My prayers are with the families involved in the shooting incident, the murder-suicide, the fire and the assault. These families have already come to terms with the reasons each event has come to pass, and time will tell where things go from here. They all need our prayers; they all need our encouragement and support. They all need us to show up and be there to help their “new normal” take root and blossom into a redeemed future, free from the concerns that allowed us to arrive where we are now. My prayers are with our community. Perhaps the under-

statement in all of this: We’re not having an “easy” go of it, are we? This pain is heartbreaking. Some parts of this pain were avoidable or senseless, some not so easy to describe. Yet this pain is inevitable if we cling to a “false sense of security” that is based in pretending, hiding, or neglecting the facts that something has to change. Perhaps we need to rise up and work again to make dreams more of a reality. Yes, we need to cry out a word of hope, not despair. We need to be real with the facts and leverage as much good from these situations as possible . . . in healthy ways, not exploitive. For it seems we either all step up to the starting line together, or we all fail — together. I view this time in history as a pinnacle moment in our community’s story, and we cannot afford to get this wrong. So, if you hear negatives about our city, speak out, set falsehoods straight, provide examples of what your experience has been. My city, for instance, isn’t “dangerous” — but we do have things we need to work out. Hanover County is a place of passion, a place where people possess a true sense of community; this is an amazing location to call home. When you see negative behaviors, call them out, work to connect that person to a better way, get help, and love them enough to not leave them in harm’s way. Maybe this is the “hard conversation” about substance abuse or mental health, maybe it’s teaching a new way of life — free from hurts, habits and hang-ups. As you get the dialogue started, see where it takes you — someone’s life may literally be depending upon it. Confront racism, discrimination, prejudice and bigotry head-on in all forms . . . these patterns are wrong, they are immoral, they are not Christlike. Period. Try to live out the Golden Rule: Do unto others as you would have them do to you.

What would change if we were to love God, love one another, or have enough concern to remember that actions speak louder than words? Support one another. But let’s not limit how we support one another . . . you can do that through thousands of opportunities, right? The above list of correctives is not exhaustive, nor is it intended to be. It is simply a way to say we all can do something positive to help, and we all have a vested interest in getting this right. After all, who else needs to die before we “get it” that we (a) have problems and (b) we see LETTERS, pg. 21 

10% OFF ANY SERVICE OVER $100.

ONE $

5 OFF

OIL CHANGE

Excluding Tires.

Expires 3/7/12

Discount up to $100. Expires 3/7/12

8455 Ellerson Drive!

(corner of Ellerson & Meadowbridge)

Family owned & operated since 1993

“Value You Can Depend On, Service You Can Trust!”

Full Service Facility

730-5859

Serving Mechanicsville in the same location since 1994

Top 5 Reasons why we are not your average Pharmacy! 1. Free Delivery-Have your medications dropped off at your door! 2. We offer Compounding-Come ask our compounding pharmacist what we can do for you or your pet, and We can Add Flavor to medications and we have a product called Pill glide that helps you swallow pills easier. 3. Innovative Robotic Adherence Packaging- Replace Your Pill Boxes, this packaging separates your pills for you! 4. We support local businesses- We have local products that you can purchase. 5. You are not a number at our pharmacy you are a name and a face-Face to face time with a pharmacist and a technician. Phone: 804-412-2533 webpage: www.rxconnextoday.com 2562045-01

LETTERS

Located Just off of I-95 the Atlee exit, in the Kings Charter Commerce Center 9555- D Kings Charter Drive Ashland VA 23005 The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

19


BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY

LOCALLY

FREE ESTIMATES OWNED & OPERATED

specials

10 off first cleaning

2554257-01

$

Free telephone estimates • 804-382-7749 maidtosparklecleaning.com Residential & Commercial Cleaning Since 1998 Licensed, Bonded, Insured

RDB General Contracting, Inc. FREE

Decks, Garages, Additions, Remodeling, Custom Homes, Kitchens & Baths, Roofs, Vinyl Siding & Windows, Driveways, Yard Grading, Electrical

No job too small - all types of roofing

2564234-01

• Additions • Garages • Flooring • Siding

20

Jay Moody, President

• Roofing • Windows • Drywall • Decks

Cell: 804-477-5937

Lic/Insured • Free Estimates • Owned & Operated out of Mechanicsville

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

Carpentry & Home Repair

dholland@selecths.com www.selecths.com

For our Mechanicsville office, call (804) 559-5640

9119 Dickey Drive Mechanicsville, VA 23116 804-723-1040 Office 804-803-0223 Fax

Winter Preventive Maintenance

Since 1971

Responsive, Courteous, On-time, Fairly Priced Licensed & Insured Remodeling R Electrical R Plumbing R Carpentry Water Damage R Decks R Structural Repairs R Termite Damage Handy Man/Home Maintenance R Painting R Honey-Do-Lists

Backyard Buildings and More • Sheds and Play Systems built ON SITE • Value Sheds starting at $799 installed

FINANCING AVAILABLE 8502 Brook Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060

804-266-2996

10 Cu 0% Sati stomer sfa on ction SystNew ems

President

John P. Black, Inc. DESIGN/BUILD CONTRACTOR

Free Estimates

804-690-0494

David Holland

www.jpblack.com 804-266-9601

J.N.T. Contractors Home Improvement & Renovations

Epps

746-5110

2547891-01

airworksofvirginia@gmail.com

Se le ct Ho m eS ol ut io ns

HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING

Owner

Roofing

Master Hvac Master Gasfitter

Vi rg in Re ia’s no C va om tio pl ns ete fo In r Y si ou de rH & om Out e. sid e

Licensed & insured nate certified

Sales • Installation • Service www.hh-heatingcooling.com

$

49.99

Davis Financial Services, LLC Henry Davis III, CPA

Serving Hanover County & Surrounding areas

Convenient Tax Preparation I can come to you! For an appointment call (804)-914-6233 www.hdtax.com

If you are tired of dealing with the tax mess, call DFS to eliminate your stress!

TO PROMOTE YOUR SERVICES IN THIS DIRECTORY, CALL 746-1235 X3 OR EMAIL: CLASSIFIEDS@MECHLOCAL.COM


Continued from pg. 19 

need to fix them, together. Elected officials cannot do this task alone, nor can teachers, preachers, police officers, judges, principals or any other singular part of our community. It will require a collective allhands-on-deck effort, including all members of our tremendously blessed community. Is it registering at a local school to be a mentor? Is it participating in the lives of those who are most vulnerable — for instance, our kids, teens, parents and school faculties? Is it looking out for your neighbor? Is it praying for every part of our community? Is it helping whenever and wherever possible? Is it conducting a service project? Is it practicing random acts of kindness? Is it adopting the mindset that says our promise to the “future of tomorrow” is too important to fail, so will we do all that’s possible to position them for the best success possible? Well, bluntly put: you have to decide. I would submit the answer to all of these questions is a resounding yes, but I can’t make that call for anyone else. So I pray that you would agree to say yes that now is the time, now is the place, and now we will rally to enact the call for change. We will rally to kneel down, as Scripture instructs; we will pick up the “weaknesses” among our community’s chain,

we will give our all to strengthen those around us today, and we will work to make tomorrow its best. Chad Herndon Lead pastor New Song Church Mechanicsville www.newsongumc.org

Family gives thanks for care The family of Mildred Mitchell Martin would like to thank the many, many Hanover residents, family, friends and members of the Gethsemane Church of Christ for the kindness shown during our mother’s brief illness and death. She was a Christian woman who dedicated her life to caring for others. If you were fortunate to have ridden her school bus, or have been a parent of a child who did, during one of the 27 years she drove for Hanover County, you would know that she took the safety and security of the children very seriously. As a child, we called this “mean,” but as an adult we call this responsible and loving. In her latter years, she was referred to by many as “Granny” — not just by her own grandchildren and greatgrandchildren — because she exemplified the caring nature of a grandmother to many. At her funeral, the following poem was read. This was found in a nightstand in her bedroom

But since God is in it, it’s all You’ll never find him preocfor my gain. cupied. © Bob Hefner He’s alert and watchful and Don’t live your life with fear 1 January 2000 you’re safe in his care. and dread, Now from us to you, Granny, You’re never alone, he’s Just know God’s in charge many lives in Hanover County always there. and trust him instead. and beyond have been touched Nothing that happens to you So my friend don’t you worry because you were here for 79 takes him by surprise... years! Thanks for the happy What you see as a catastrophe and don’t pity me, I’m not under bondage but memories. may be a blessing in disguise. Much love, your family. instead I’m set free. Jerry Martin I’m not without trouble and I Trust God with your eternal, Mechanicsville may go through pain, everlasting soul, And make pleasing him your r every day goal. Ou g ! n Then place in his keeping So many kind, loving people ti r ra Yea that I would never have met . . . your body and health, leb 5th e C 1111 He’ll do much more for you Encouraging words, cards and letters that I’ll never forget. than you can do for yourself. I’m not saying that having Whatever happens he’ll be by cancer is something fun, Or that I’d recommend it for your side... and gave great comfort to the family during this time. Many have asked for a copy because they found comfort in its words as well. “God Is In It” I used to think of cancer as a curse, That as an event nothing could be worse. But when God is in it I now can see, It’s really a privilege that cancer happened to me.

A 115 Year Tradition of Caring

CLEARANCE SALE

upto75% Floor Items Come in for a Sweetheart of a Deal 6 Months Payment Plan*

NO CREDIT CHECK

Bennett Funeral Home was established in 1897 to serve the needs of Richmond families. Since then, this locally owned and operated business has continued to serve the community with its unique combination of caring and convenience. This tradition of excellence can be seen in the four beautiful chapels located throughout the Richmond area: centrally located on Cutshaw Avenue in the city, on Broad Street Road past Innsbrook, on Ashbrook Parkway in Chesterfield and serving the Hanover-Mechanicsville area on Lee-Davis Road. All four facilities are under the personal direction of Charles D. Morehead, President. In a time of need, you can turn to Bennett Funeral Home with trust and confidence. It serves families of all faiths with personal service, before, during, and after. There is a long tradition of professionalism and caring. One way in which Bennett cares for families is by offering a convenient and personalized pre-need program. Through this program of pre-need planning, you can spare your loved ones the burden of making decisions at an emotional time. Call Bennett Funeral Home at 746-8665 to schedule a pre-planning consultation.

All sales are final. New Hours: Mon.-Fri 10-7, Sat. 10-6, Sun. 12-5

Your Hometown Discount Furniture Store 2554756-01

will be available for children. Dine in the parish house and enjoy the company of neighbors and friends, or order your dinners to go. The costs are $12 for adults and $3.50 for youth ages 12 and under. Advance takeout orders are welcome. For more information, call 779-3454.

OPTIONS AVAILABLE

8014 Lee-Davis Road, Mechanicsville • 746-8665 www.bennettfuneralhomes.com

Living Rooms, Bedrooms, Dining Rooms and Accessories.

Old Church Fish Fry to be held Friday The annual Old Church Fish Fry will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17, at Immanuel Episcopal Church at 3263 Old Church Road in Mechanicsville. Featuring crispy fried seafood from the Rappahannock River, the menu also will include fresh tossed salad, cornbread, homemade desserts and beverages. Hot dogs and French fries

each and every one.

8235 Mechanicsville Turnpike Mechanicsville, VA s r

r

TM

746-7781

*SUBJECT TO CREDIT APPROVAL

2528781-01

LETTERS

Charles D. Morehead, President and General Manager, stands next to the portrait of Alphonso Winston Bennett, Founder-President 1897-1933. Now in its second Century, with 11 1154 years of operation, Bennett Funeral Home continues its quality service in a compassionate local atmosphere.

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

21


| Education, Business & Celebrations

HEF raises $17,600 at ‘Bowl for Education’

T

he Hanover Education Foundation (HEF) raised more than $17,600 during its annual “Bowl for Education”

Room Companies, “We Supply Strikes” (Clyde Johnson, Barbara Laney, Wayne Smith and William Quarles). The second place trophy went to

for the tournament was The ‘60s. The Hanover Center for Trades and Technology received the “Best Dressed” award for portraying the “Gilligan’s Island” actors (Vince D’Agostino, Katie Carneal, Casey Owen, Justin Roerink and Sarah Mitchell). The Kersey Creek Elementary School “Comet Trekkies” (a takeoff from “Star Trek” represented by Briean Archer, Carrie Johnson,

Photo courtesy of Anita Floyd

The Hanover Center for Trades and Technology received First Place 2012 Best Dressed for portraying “Gilligan’s Island” actors. They are, from left, Katie Carneal, Vince D’Agostino, Sarah Mitchell, Casey Owen and Justin Roerink.

Photo courtesy of Anita Floyd

Representatives of The Supply Room Companies, with “We Supply Strikes,” were the 2012 First Place Tournament winners. They are, from left, Clyde “CJ” Johnson, William Quarles, Barbara Langley and Wayne Smith.

on Saturday, Jan. 21. Thirty-eight teams representing every school in Hanover County, the Hanover County School Board, local businesses, the school district’s Central Office, and the Hanover Education Foundation (HEF) gathered at the AMF Hanover Lanes on Bell Creek Road to participate in the fundraiser in an effort to support grants and scholarships for Hanover County students and teachers. The first place trophy went to the team from The Supply

22

The Hanover High School Hawks (George Sadler, Leslie Simmons, Tom Connolly and Randy West). The third place trophy went to Liberty Middle School Team Awesome (Matt Bobbitt, Paul Heizer, Dan McGraw and Robert Rice). Chip Tuck, with the Rural Point Elementary School team, received the trophy for highest score in a game for a male, and Barbara Laney from The Supply Room Companies received the trophy for highest score in a game for a female. This year’s costume theme

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

Photo courtesy of Anita Floyd

Runner-up 2012 Best Dressed were representatives of Kersey Creek Elementary School with their “Comet Trekkies” theme. Shown are, from left, front row, Nicole Dudley, Briean Archer and Melissa Lowder, and, back row, Donna Smith, Esther McDermott, Shannon Tiller, Nancy Storie and Carrie Johnson. K.C. Comet, the mascot, is in the back.

Melissa Lowder, Shannon Tiller, Nicole Dudley Esther McDermott, Donna Smith and Nancy Storie) received the “Best Dressed Runner-Up” award. Best Dressed Honorable Mention recognition went to the Hanover Education Foundation “Rockin’ Rollers” made up of Superintendent of Schools Jamelle Wilson as Tina Turner; Matte Anderson of TRANE as Elvis; Gianna Clark of Dominion Virginia Power portraying Nancy Sinatra; and Rachel Gann of Dixon Hughes Goodman as Cher. The HEF thanks the following participating schools, businesses and individuals for their support of the event: AMF Hanover :Lanes #108, Atlee High School, Battlefield Park Elementary see HEF, pg. 23 


L-DHS, Bill Talley partner for fundraiser

Reg. $6.79/ sq. ft.

SPECIAL PURCHASE

LYPTUS HARDWOOD FLOORING

Now $3.99/sq. ft. Quantities Limited. Hurry in!

½"×3¼" PLANK

Contributed Report news@mechlocal.com Lee-Davis High School recently partnered with Bill Talley Ford for a Drive One 4 UR School event as part of a public relations project coordinated through DECA. The goal of the event was to attract people to Lee-Davis for a free test drive of a Ford vehicle. Ford donated $20 for every test drive to the Lee-Davis Athletic Department as part of the community event. The community came out to test drive several different Ford vehicles, including the

Locally Owned and Operated Since 1969

6156 Mechanicsville Turnpike

Photo submitted by Aimee P. Walters

Bill Talley Ford recently partnered with Lee-Davis High School for a Drive One 4 UR School event. The project was coordinated through DECA.

Mustang, Explorer, Escape, Edge, and F150. Families also enjoyed a free rock climbing wall, sponsored by the U.S. Army, face painting, a moon bounce, pump-

kin decorating, a field hockey shoot-and-score station, and food from CiCi’s Pizza and Chick-fil-A. Aimee P. Walters, marketing education coordinator, at

Lee-Davis, said, “Overall, the event was extremely successful, as Lee-Davis had over 237 test drives, and $4,740 was raised for the school’s athletic department.”

730-3016

LaborofLove CELEBRATING Sidingand WindowSale

50 YEARS

HEF Continued from pg. 9 

FREE ESTIMATES! • A+ Better Business Bureau Rated • Professional Full TIme Crews Photo courtesy of Anita Floyd

“Hanover Education Foundation Rockin’ Rollers” from the Hanover County School Board’s Central Office captured the 2012 Best Dressed Honorable Mention. They are, from left, Gianna Clark, Matte Anderson, Rachel Gann and Jamelle Wilson.

Schoolhouse Solutions, Kersey Creek Elementary School, Laurel Meadow Elementary School, Lee-Davis High School, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, Liberty Middle School, Lincoln Financial Group, Mechanicsville Elementary School, Moseley Architects, Oak Knoll Middle School, Patrick Henry High School, Peak Experiences Indoor Climbing Center, Pearson’s Corner Elementary School,

Pole Green Elementary School, Richmond Camera, Richmond Flying Squirrels, Richmond Magazine, Richmond Symphony, Rural Point Elementary School, Science Museum of Virginia, South Anna Elementary School, Stonewall Jackson Middle School, Swift Creek Mill Theatre, The Hanover Center for Trades and Technology, The Supply Room Companies, Trane, Victory Lady Fitness

Center, W. Baxter Perkinson & Associates Inc., Washington Henry Elementary School and YMCA of Greater Richmond. Businesses that would like to sponsor a bowling team for next year’s event may call Margaret Hill, executive director, at 3654565 for more information. Information submitted by Linda M. Scarborough, Hanover County Public Schools communications specialist.

• Insulated Vinyl Siding • Hardie Plank Siding • Insulated Replacement Windows • Patio Enclosures

VIRGINIA EXTERIOR PRODUCTS

358-5373

2540261-01

School, Beaverdam Elementary School, Ben Franklin Crafts, Block Party by Marsha Preston, Bogeys Sports Park, Calabash Seafood Corporation, Capital Ale House, Chickahominy Middle School, Children’s Museum of Richmond, Cold Harbor Elementary School, Colonial Downs, Cool Spring Elementary School, Crossings Golf Club, Troy Dow, Education 2020, Elmont Elementary School, The Georgetown School, Giovanni’s Restaurant, Half Way House Restaurant, Hanover County School Board, Hanover High School, Hanover Your Pet LLC, HCPS Business and Operations Department, HCPS Human Resources Department, HCPS Instructional Leadership Department, Henry Clay Elementary School, HeraldProgress, Hunting Hawk Golf Club, John M. Gandy Elementary School, Jostens

Over 20,000 Satisfied Customers! www.virginiaexteriorproducts.com

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

23


Conservation easements information Parks & Rec invites senior adults to to be provided at meeting on Sunday take part in ‘Cruise to Nowhere’ event Conservation Partners LLC. Contributed Report Landowners who have placed conservation news@mechlocal.com easements on their land will also be present to answer questions. Materials and instructional All senior adults are DVDs also will be available to take home. invited to join Hanover Conservation easements enable landowners Parks & Recreation on a to permanently protect their property, gener“Cruise to Nowhere” from ally farm or forestland, from future develop10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, ment while retaining many other rights including Feb. 17, at the Shady Grove residential living, farming, forestry, hunting and United Methodist Church in other traditional private land uses. Potential tax incentives include an estate tax reduction and exclusion, a federal income tax deduction and a Virginia state income tax credit Continued from pg. 8  that can be sold. To reserve your spot by Thursday, Feb. 23, call cal theatre from JMU, she Jane Myers at 745-3110 or e-mail jane@capitalre- wanted to pursue Broadway. “I had been singing and gionland.org. dancing my entire life.” Her training included The Dance Cauthorne, Lindsay Coggins, Studio in Lakeside Avenue in Woodrum. The Hanover Idols Show Jamie Flanagan, Andrea Fornel, Richmond and the Show Choir Continued from pg. 16  will begin at 7 p.m. and doors Sarah Hopkins, Zhane Jackson, at Hanover High. She attributes Jamie Sara Newcomb, Sarah Prevost, open at 6:30 p.m. for general Beth Martin, Tricia Wiles, Lisa Austin Riley, Brooke Walker, admission seating. The Hanover Williams, Tim Wilson, Jr. and Barrack, her choral director at HHS, and her parents, Billy Kendall Wilkinson and Jean Idols finalists are: Carrie Alyssa Wright. and Beverly Young, with nurturing her talent. She said Barrack “was the first person who encouraged me to do it professionally. My parents always fostered it.” Auditioning for “American Idol” was, Brittany said, a “great” experience. “It was so exciting; it really brought my family together. They all projects came and supported me. All successful! my friends on Facebook went

Capital Region Land Conservancy (CRLC) is hosting an event for landowners of farms and woodlands who are interested in learning more about conservation easements and the potential benefits associated with permanently protecting rural land. The Conservation Easement Educational Event will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 26, at the Henry Clay Inn at 114 North Railroad Ave. in Ashland. The free educational event will help explain to landowners the purpose and benefits of placing a conservation easement on their property. Representatives from Virginia conservation organizations and others will share their knowledge in a presentation scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Guest speakers include: Jane Myers, Capital Region Land Conservancy; Rob Farrell, Virginia Department of Forestry; and Taylor Cole,

DREAM

IDOLS

advertising

Mechanicsville. Activities will include corn hole, bingo, ladder ball, floral arranging, putt putt, a cake walk, health and wellness screenings, entertainment from “A Taste of Love.” Vendors will be on hand to promote their businesses in a cruise shipthemed atmosphere. crazy when I announced it. It was very empowering. I’d love to do it again.” And a repeat in front of the judges isn’t out of the question. “There have been a lot of people who auditioned several times,” she said. “It shows persistence. That’s what this business is about: persistence and not giving up.” A bonus from “American Idol” has been the friendships she made during the process. “I made a lot of friends on the show. They have the same passion.” As for Broadway, she said she “would love to be [the character] Elle Woods in ‘Legally Blonde’. It’s really, really cool. I love all the shows.” “I want to be able to mold myself into all different kinds [of roles as an actor].” Settling in New York in pursuit of a singing and danc-

RETIREMENT Continued from pg. 1 

space!

soswald@mechlocal.com 24

The Mechanicsville Local

thaynie@mechlocal.com

February 15, 2012

Employees who elect to participate in the program are not required to retire. They also are not eligible to remain employed with the county in a benefit-eligible position but may be considered for re-employment after two years from their date of separation. Lawson said projections show the program savings outweigh the costs, but she didn’t provide figures to support the statement. The program was developed as one way to address funding challenges for the fiscal year beginning July 1. The board unanimously voted to approve the

The event will include a lunch of chicken, rice, vegetable, salad and dessert. Registration is required and tickets are $8, which includes lunch and activities. For more information, check out “News Flashes” at www. co.hanover.va.us or call Parks & Recreation at 365-4695. ing career means she is taking jobs like hostessing at restaurants, performing at children’s parties and working “a lot of odd jobs in order to do the whole acting thing. I’ve done promotions for a marketing company.” In, as Brittany said, “paving the way” to her desired career, she must take a night job so she can audition during the day. Mechanicsville is still home to Brittany and she admits life in NYC “was a little alarming at first – so many people.” She said, “Everyone is so driven and hard-working. I love the energy, the flow of people.” She is learning the process, though. She said she has been making connections and networking as she works to better herself in the business. “It’s a city that really pushes you,” Brittany said. “I’ve had this dream forever. It’s kind of

program, starting the clock ticking on the Feb. 29 application deadline. Supervisors also unanimously granted a special exception to Kings Dominion to erect a 24-foot-high, 59-foot-long, three-dimensional Tyrannosaurus Rex sign to promote the theme park’s new animatronic dinosaur exhibit, which will open this year. The sign will be will be located along the south line of U.S. 30 (Kings Dominion Boulevard), 600 feet east of Theme Park Way (U.S. 99). The interactive dinosaur park will be in a setting like a Jurassic forest and will feature 36 full-size creations designed to duplicate features of dinosaurs.


CELEBRATIONS | Births, Engagements, Weddings & Anniversaries

Harper-Fisher wed Phelps anniversary Rayes-Sjogren set to tie the knot

Photo courtesy of Kaptured by Kim

MR. and MRS. JON ERIC FISHER the former Miss Jennah Wade Harper Photo courtesy of Dallas Totra

HANNAH LOIS RAYES and ROBERT LUKE SJOGREN to be married March 3, 2012

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rayes of Scottsdale, Ariz., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Hannah Lois Rayes, to Robert Luke Sjogren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sjogren of Mechanicsville. Hannah, a graduate of Paradise Valley High School and The Art Institute of Phoenix has worked as a graphic designer for six years and is preparing to join a non-profit mission agency in Tempe, Ariz., after the wedding. Luke, a graduate from the Sjogren Christian Homeschool Academy in Mechanicsville and James Madison University in Harrisonburg, is presently working in Digital Video and Mobilization with a non-profit mission agency in Tempe, Ariz. An afternoon wedding will be held on March 3, 2012, at Scottsdale Bible Chapel in Scottsdale, Ariz. A Virginia reception will be held in the month of July. The couple will reside in Tempe, Ariz., while preparing to serve the Lord overseas in the near future.

The marriage of Miss Jennah Wade Harper, daughter of Mrs. Jane H. Crowther of Reedville and Mr. James W. Harper, Jr. of Callao, to Mr. Jon Eric Fisher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Craig Fisher of Mechanicsville, took place September 10, 2011. Miss Margaret Hall, friend of the bride, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Ms. Jill Crabbe and Mrs. Jessica Brann, sisters of the bride, Miss Brooke Crowther, step-sister of the bride, Miss Nicole Fisher, sister of the groom and Ms. Kristen Vanderploeg, friend of the bride. Miss Alexis Crabbe, niece of the bride, served as a junior bridesmaid and Miss Amaya Crabbe, niece of the bride, was the flower girl. Mr. Steven Vanderploeg, friend of the groom, served as best man. Groomsmen were Mr. Matthew Brann, brother-in-law of the bride, Mr. Jason Fisher, brother of the groom, Mr. Jeremy Hunt, friend of the groom, Mr. Jeff Miles, friend of the groom and Mr. Ryan Cohill, cousin of the bride. Master Taylor Brann, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. The reception following the ceremony was held on the lawn of The Great House in Kinsale, overlooking the Potomac River. The rehearsal dinner was given by the groom’s parents at Hobbs Hole Restaurant in Tappahannock. After a honeymoon trip to Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic, the couple will make their home in Mechanicsville.

HENRY and PATRICIA PHELPS

Henry S. and Patricia K. Phelps of Hanover celebrated their 50th anniversary on Feb. 10, 2012. The couple has two beautiful daughters and four terrific grandchildren. They are planning a trip in the spring to celebrate.

Earl and Laurie Boswell are proud to announce that they have been blessed with the birth of their daughter, Kinsley Ann Boswell. Kinsley was born October 13, 2011 at 5:43 p.m. weighing 7 lbs 12 oz. and was 20 3/4 inches long. Kinsley was welcomed home by her big sister Elizabeth and big brothers Jeb and Carson. Proud grandparents are Jim and Sharon Buchanan of Mechanicsville, and Joan Boswell of Mechanicsville and the late Jim Boswell.

The Mechanicsville Local

KINSLEY ANN BOSWELL born October 13, 2011

A special thanks to Dr. Danny Shaban and his staff at Dominion Women’s Health for their excellent care during this special time in our lives.

February 15, 2012

25


Open burning restriction now in effect in Hanover Open burning is restricted throughout Hanover County beginning today (Wednesday, Feb. 15) and continuing through April 30. The Commonwealth of Virginia prohibits burning in or within 300 feet of woodland, brushland or fields containing dry grass or other flammable material before 4 p.m. or after midnight during this time period. “Atmospheric conditions are beginning to become more favorable for uncontrolled wild wood fires and this will only get

worse as we move forward with the seasonal change,” Judson Flournoy, chief fire marshal for Hanover County said. The 4 p.m. Burning Law comes into effect each year and is different from burning bans, which are invoked only during periods of extreme fire danger. Since forest fuels “cure” during the winter months, the danger of fire is higher this time of year than in summer when the forest and grasses are green with new growth. The 4 p.m. Burning Law is

an effective tool in the prevention of forest fires. Open burning is restricted at all times on property in the county’s Urban Services Area; properties zoned R-1, R-2, R-3, R-4, R-5, R-6 and RS; and anywhere in the Town of Ashland. For more information about burn regulations in Hanover County, visit www.co.hanover. va.us/fire-ems/burnlaw.htm or call the fire marshal at 365-6195. Information submitted by Tom Harris, Hanover County public information officer.

Java Jive to spotlight student musicians Friday at Atlee High Atlee High School will present Java Jive from performing on stage. 7 to 10 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 17, in the school’s Admission is $5. Concessions, including hot Commons area. dogs, nachos, coffee, snow cones, baked goods, Student musicians who auditioned will be candy and sodas, will be sold.

Photo submitted by Debbie Bradshaw

Atlee High School’s Show Choirs will kick off their competition season on Thursday with a preview concert fundraiser. The event will support competition expenses.

Atlee Show Choirs to present preview concert on Thursday all-female show choir by audition only and Illusion is a mixed choir by audition only. he Atlee High The show will last about School Show 90 minutes. Choirs will launch Directed by Natan their show choir Berenshteyn, each show choir competition season and will perform a selection of showcase performances at 7 musical numbers including p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 16, at ”Never Dance,” “Down With Atlee High School. Love” and “I’m Not Sleeping.” The preview concert raisAdmission at the door is es money that will be used $6 for adults and $3 for stufor the competition expenses. dents. Children age 6 years Three Show Choirs with and younger are free. students from sophomores During intermission, through seniors are featured there will be refreshments in most competitions. available by donation. Serenade is an all-female Berenshteyn, director of show choir and is open to music and teacher at Atlee all students, Elegance is an High School for 14 years,

Contributed Report news@mechlocal.com

T

A guide dedicated to spring and summer camps, events, and daycares. Advertise your camp, event, or daycare in this special guide! Deadline: March 9 Publish: March 21 & 22 Call today to reserve your space! 804-746-1235

said, “Atlee choral students are ready for another award winning season with new props, dazzling costumes, impressive choreography and amazing music. We are ready to launch the season in local school competitions as well as competition events in Windsor Locks, Conn., and Amherst, Va.” For more information about the preview concert, or to purchase tickets, contact Debbie Bradshaw at 7462268 or e-mail president@ atleechours.com. More information about the Atlee Chorus Boosters can be found at www. atleechorus.com.

Mechanicsville or Goochland

or 804-598-4305

Powhatan, Midlothian and Cumberland

26

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

Va. president to address Hanover Republican Women Faye Williamson, Virginia The Hanover Republican Women’s Club will meet at 6 Federal of Republican Women p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the president, will address the orgaCalabash Seafood Restaurant in nization. For more information Mechanicsville.

about becoming a member of the HRWC, contact Liza Bradford, president, at rnbradford@hughes.net or visit www. hrwomen.com.


SJMS to present ‘Seussical’ Photos submitted by Rhonda Dixon

In honor of Dr. Suess 108th birthday, Stonewall Jackson Middle School will be performing the “Seussical” on March 30 and 31. Tickets are $5 and proceeds will go to the Drama Department. To help save arts in the school, organizers are encouraging sell-out shows. For more information, call Jennifer Hicks at 723-2260 or e-mail jbhicks@hanover. k12.va.us.

Storyteller coming to HAAC The Hanover Arts & Activities Center at 500 S. Center St. in Ashland, in partnership with The Ashland Community Theater Foundation and AARP, is sponsoring a three-part series entitled “Black History in Story, Film and Dance” with free family-friendly events in February, March and May. At 2 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 18, storyteller Dylan Pritchett will focus on African and

African-American stories. Other free events in the series include a showing of Tyler Perry’s “Meet the Browns” at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, March 16, at the Ashland Firehouse Theater and a performance by Ezibu Muntu African Dance Group at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, May 6, at the Center. For more information, visit www.hanoverarts.org.

Limited Time Only

50% OFF All Dental Work In February! A once yearly dental cleaning, much like the procedure performed by your dentist, can help prevent periodontal disease. A dental cleaning involves scaling of all teeth, checking for pockets of infection, loose teeth, and exposed nerve roots, as well as polishing. While a yearly dental procedure does provide cosmetic advantages such as clean teeth and fresh breath, it can also improve your petʼs general health. Infection and inflammation in the mouth can affect your petʼs entire body and can lead to other more serious medical problems such as heart & kidney disease.

Speaker series features cartography derivatives, all produced in the 17th century. In 1607, Smith explored the Chesapeake Bay and created the first detailed map. Over the next years, 10 updated versions of the map were issued. Williams will present those maps as well as additional early Virginia maps. A suggested donation of $3 is requested for those planning to attend.

Tann to address area Democrats Nigel Tann of Organizing for America will visit the King William Democratic Committee at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Pamunkey Baptist

Association Center at 18627 King William Road across from Acquinton Elementary School. For more information, call 4500346, or go to www.kwdems.org.

Keep your pet’s Teeth Happy & Healthy Call today! www.hanovergreenvet.com

 *Exclude Thai chicken wings, BBQ spare rib, Ginger Red Appetizer Sampler and all sushi *Not valid with any other offer or discount

GingerRed.com

www.



804 · 427 · 7256

7500 Jackson Arch Dr. Mechanicsville [next to CiCi’s Pizza]

7273 Hanover Green Dr • Mechanicsville, VA 23111 (804) 730-2565 • (804) 746-7805 fax Monday - Friday - 7:30am - 7pm Saturday - 8:30am - 1pm • Sunday - 4pm - 6pm (Boarding Only)

2540949-01

The Hanover Tavern Speaker Series will present David Williams from 7 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at the Hanover Tavern at 13181 Hanover Courthouse Road in Hanover. Capt. John Smith, the first cartographer of Virginia, will be the evening’s topic. Williams, a local map expert and collector, will discuss the earliest map of Virginia and its

Weekend Emergency 24 Hours Friday PM-Monday AM

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

27


CALENDAR | News, Updates & Listings Fax submissions to calendar to 730-0476, e-mail to events@mechlocal.com, or mail to 6400 Mechanicsville Tnpk., Mechanicsville VA 23111. Deadline is 3 p.m. Friday for the following week’s issue. Calendar announcements cannot be taken by phone. We reserve the right to edit all items submitted to The Local.

Hunger Games Trivia Contest at the Mechanicsville Branch Library at 6 p.m. Ages 11-18. Test your knowledge of Suzanne Collins’s Hunger Games and win a prize. Refreshments provided by the Friends of the Mechanicsville Library. For more information call 746-9615 or visit the library at 7461 Sherwood Crossing Place.

Wednesday, Feb. 15

The Mechanicsville Tea Party invites all modern day patriots to our regular meeting. Join us the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month, 7 p.m., 8700 Bell Creek Road. For more information about us, visit www.Mechanicsvilleteaparty. com, Mechanicsville VA TEA party on Facebook or call 2418614. “No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom unless he be vigilant in its preservation.”Douglas MacArthur.

Henrico Health and Rehab will hold an information session about Joint Replacements by Dr. Barton Harris of Ortho Virginia at the rehabilitation center at 5:30 p.m. Henrico Health and Rehab is located at 561 North Airport Drive, Highland Springs, Va. For more information please call 737-0172. Hanover Humane Society will hold a veterinary Wellness Clinic at its facility at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland. The clinic provides routine vaccines, heartworm testing, and other preventive services. The clinic does not treat sick or injured animals. The clinic begins at 4 p.m. and concludes at 5:45 p.m. No appointments. Please visit www. hanoverhumanesociety.org for more information.

Thursday, Feb. 16 An Enlightening History of Hollywood Cemetery at the Atlee Branch Library at 6:30 p.m. From the Pyramid to the last resting places of two American Presidents (and the home of the legend of the “Richmond Vampire”), find out more about the historical highlights of Richmond’s well-known cemetery. Refreshments provided the Friends of the Atlee Library. For more information call 5590654 or visit the library at 9161 Atlee Road.

28

The 2012 Relay For Life will hold a team captain meeting at 7 p.m. at the Ashland Fire Station, 501 Archie Cannon Rd. Anyone interested in forming a team for the May, 2012 event is welcome to attend. Additional information is available by emailing Arlene Hayes at arehaze@aol.com, by calling ACS at 527-3700, or by visiting www. RelayForLife.org/hanover.

Friday, Feb. 17 Grace Bible Church invites your family to join us for family game night beginning at 6 p.m. Grace Bible Church is located at 9161 Atlee Road Mechanicsville, Va. 23116 in the Atlee Square Shopping Center. Feast on fried fish and softshelled crabs at the annual Old Church Fish Fry, from 6-7:30 p.m., at Immanuel Episcopal Church, 3263 Old Church Road, Mechanicsville. Dine in the par-

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

ish house or order your dinners at www.co.hanover.va.us or call to-go. Adults: $12; youth ages 12 Parks and Recreation at 365-4695. and under: $3.50. Advance takeBeth Shalom Ministries out orders are welcome. Call 779invites you to come for an eve3454. ning of praise and fellowship The Ashland Volunteer Rescue with Messianic Worship Leader Squad will hold a Bingo Games, Joshua Aaron at 7 p.m. Joshua charitable fundraiser at 7 p.m. at Aaron will lead you into the prestheir Rescue Squad Building locat- ence of the Lord with a heart felt ed at 203 Duncan St. in Ashland. Messianic songs of praise. Beth This Fundraiser will help with our Shalom Ministries is located at operating costs, the purchase of 10487 Lakeridge Parkway, Suite medical supplies and volunteer 300 Ashland, VA. For more infortraining needs. Doors open at 6 mation and directions visit www. p.m. The cost is $20 for 15 games. BethShalomMinistries.org or call Prizes/winnings based on game 916-9402. sales. A snack bar is available. No smoking or alcohol allowed. All Saturday, Feb. 18 children must be accompanied by Drive-Thru Chili Sale from 3a parent. Any questions may be 5 p.m. for $7 a quart at the Frog directed to Nancy Baughan 798- Level Volunteer Fire Department. 7792. Parking is available at the To pre-order please call 338-8697. rear of our building, on Hanover Avenue, and on Duncan Street by The Joy Club and the Epworth the town hall. United Methodist Men’s group will be hosting a spaghetti dinAtlee High School will present ner at the King William Fire Java Jive from 7-10 p.m. in the Department on Route 360 in school’s Commons area. Student Aylett, VA. The fundraiser is to musicians who auditioned will be benefit Virginia “Susie” Shiflett performing on stage. Admission Woodson. The spaghetti dinner is $5. Concessions, including hot will be held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. dogs, nachos, coffee, snow cones, and take-outs are available. The baked goods, candy and sodas, cost/donation for the dinner is will be sold. $10 per person, $5 for children under 12. For more informaAll senior adults are invited to tion or tickets, please call Dee join Hanover Parks & Recreation Dee at 769-4137 or Marie at on a “Cruise to Nowhere” from 443-2853. Tickets will be avail10-1 p.m., at the Shady Grove able at the door but advance United Methodist Church in purchase is preferred. A hand Mechanicsville. Activities will made afghan has been donated include corn hole, bingo, ladder by Mildred Woody and raffle ball, floral arranging, putt putt, tickets will be sold to benefit a cake walk, health and wellness Susie. The tickets are $1 each or screenings, entertainment from “A 6 for $5. They can be purchased Taste of Love” and more. Vendors now or at the dinner. There will will be on hand to promote their also be a silent auction and 50/50 businesses in a cruise ship-themed raffle the night of the dinner. If you atmosphere. The event will include would like to make a tax deductible a lunch of chicken, rice, vegetable, contribution to help Susie with her salad and dessert. Registration is ongoing medical expenses, checks required and tickets are $8 per can be made payable to Joy Club person. The fee includes the lunch with a notation that it is for the and activities. For more informa- Susie Woodson fund. Donations tion, check out “News Flashes”

can be mailed to Joy Club 2774 Hanover Humane Society will Essex Mill Rd., Dunnsville, Va., hold a cat adoption stand at the 22454. Virginia Center PetSmart store from 2-5 p.m. Please visit www. Hanover Humane Society hanoverhumanesociety.org for will hold a dog adoption stand at available animals and additional its facility at 12190 Washington adoption information. Highway in Ashland from 9-12 p.m. Cat adoption stands will be Monday, Feb. 20 held at the Mechanicsville and Computer Basics Class at the Virginia Center PetSmart stores Mechanicsville Branch Library at from 11-3 p.m. Please visit www. 9 a.m. Find out how to accomplish hanoverhumanesociety.org for basic tasks on the computer, like available animals and additional how to use a mouse, how to get adoption information. on the Internet and how to create an e-mail account. Call 746-9615 Beat the February blahs! Come to register for the class. For more on out to New Song Church 4:30- information call 746-9615 or visit 7:30 p.m., for a Spaghetti Dinner the library at 7461 Sherwood and Silent Auction. Bring the Crossing Place. whole family; bid on theme baskets, random and re-gifted items, The February meeting of the and a Kids Take-A-Chance for a Pamunkey Woman’s Club will quarter table. New Song Youth be held at Walnut Grove Baptist will serve up the food and enter- Church at 7 p.m. Club memtainment, for only $8 (adults) and ber Julie Beasley will present the $6(children 3-10). All proceeds program sharing highlights and support the New Song Youth information on her visits to Pavas, Ministries, including a return mis- Costa Rica. For information sion trip to Gatlinburg, TN this about becoming a member of the summer. New Song Church is Pamunkey Woman’s Club, please located at 7450 Colt’s Neck Road, contact Barbara Jacks, memberMechanicsville. For more infor- ship chairman, at 746-3294 or mation please call 559-6064. visit the club’s web site, www. PAMUNKEYWC.org.

Sunday, Feb. 19 Parkinson’s Disease – Richmond Metro Chapter – Meeting for Parkinsonians and caregivers held at HealthSouth, 5700 Fitzhugh Ave. at 2 p.m. in Board Room. Speaker: Miriam Hirsch, Neurosurgery Nurse Coordinator at PADRECC, is our guest speaker. Topic: Deep Brain Stimulation and update on PADRECC (Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education and Clinical Center). Also, hear about the Davis Finney Victory Summit scheduled for Sat., May 19, 2012 at the Richmond Convention Center. Register online at: http:// VictorySummit.kintera.org/ Richmond or by calling: 1-877274-7673.

Tuesday, Feb. 21 The King William Democratic Committee will meet for important business at 7 p.m. at the Pamunkey Baptist Association Center, 18627 King William Road, across from Acquinton Elementary School. Those interested in joining the Committee may call Chuck Hawkins, Outreach Chair, at 450-0346, or go to www. kwdems.org. The Hanover Republican Women’s Club will hold its monthly meeting at the Calabash Seafood Restaurant in Mechanicsville at 6 p.m. see CALENDAR, pg. 31 `


WEDNESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

5:30

COMCAST

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

9 PM

9:30

10 PM

10:30

FEBRUARY 15, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

4

(ESPN)

NFL Live (N) Å

Around

Interruption SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

7

(CSN)

Barclays Prem

My Life 365

Redskins

SportsNet

SportsNet

SportsNet

College Basketball: Georgia Tech at Wake Forest.

SportsTalk

SportsNet

8

(8-ABC)

Dr. Phil (N) ’ Å

8 News

8 News

News

ABC News

Wheel

Jeopardy!

Happy

Revenge Chaos (N) ’

News

Nightline

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show (N) ’

News

News

News

CBS News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

CSI: Crime Scene

News

Late Show W/Letterman

College Basketball: North Carolina at Miami. (N) The Middle

Suburg.

Survivor: One World ’

Family

Criminal Minds (N) ’

NBA Basketball: Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors. NBA Basketball: Wizards at Clippers J. Kimmel

11

(35-FOX) Maury (N) ’ Å

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Big Bang

American Idol Vying for a spot in the next round.

FOX News at 10 Å

Two Men

Big Bang

12

(12-NBC) News

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

Whitney (N) Chelsea

Law & Order: SVU

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

13

(65-CW)

Payne

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

News

News

Rock Center

Family Guy

Judge Mathis (N) Å

Judge B.

Family Fd

Family Fd

News

Payne

One Tree Hill (N) Å

Remodeled (N) Å

TMZ (N) ’

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Friends ’

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Chris

Chris

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

WGN News at Nine (N)

30 Rock ’

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

WordGirl

Electric

Wild Kratts

News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Nature The Himalayas

NOVA ’ Å (DVS)

Cave People

Aviators

Aviators

Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Burt Wolf

Highgrove-Prin

Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey (N) ’ Å

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! With

24

(57-PBS) Charlie Rose (N) Å

As Time...

King

C. Rose

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley NCIS Å

33

(USA)

NCIS Witch Hunt Å

NCIS Sandblast Å

NCIS Once a Hero ’

NCIS: Los Angeles ’

NCIS Spider and the Fly

NCIS A girl is kidnapped.

Royal Pains (N) Å

Covert Affairs Å

34

(TNT)

Law & Order Ambitious

Law & Order Admissions

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Coma ’

Law & Order Lucky Stiff

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Knock Off

Southland Legacy Å

CSI: NY ’

35

(WTBS)

Friends ’

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Family Guy

Family Guy

Family Guy

Big Bang

Big Bang

Conan Curt Schilling. (N)

The Office

37

(A&E)

Criminal Minds Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Å

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Dog the Bounty Hunter

Dog the Bounty Hunter

Dog the Bounty Hunter

Storage

39

(SPIKE)

UFC Unleashed ’

UFC Unleashed ’

UFC Unleashed ’

The Ultimate Fighter ’

UFC Unleashed ’

UFC Unleashed ’

Ways Die

44

(DISC)

American Chopper ’

MythBusters ’ Å

MythBusters ’ Å

Beast Tracker ’ Å

49

(NICK)

Penguins

Kung Fu

SpongeBob SpongeBob Victorious

Victorious

Anubis

50

(DISN)

Shake It

Shake It

Jessie ’

Good Luck

Jessie ’

53

(FAM)

’70s Show

’70s Show

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

›› “The Prince & Me” (2004) Julia Stiles, Luke Mably.

60

(LIFE)

How I Met

How I Met

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap ’ Å

56

(AMC)

“Die Hard-Veng.”

CSI: Miami ’ Å

CSI: Miami Power Trip

CSI: Miami ’ Å

››‡ “Eraser” (1996, Action) Arnold Schwarzenegger. Å

301

(HBO)

(3:00) “Runaway Jury”

F. Roach

320

(MAX)

(3:00) ››› “Big Stan”

(4:50) “The People Under the Stairs”

Friends ’

Friends ’

Jessie ’

(:45) Namath ’ Å

THURSDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

5:30

COMCAST 4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8 9

Shake It

King

Beast Tracker ’ Å

Beast Tracker (N) Å

Collision Course (N) ’

Beast Tracker ’ Å

Collision C.

iCarly ’

’70s Show

’70s Show

Friends ’

George

George

Friends

Friends

’70s Show

Shake It

Shake It

› “Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” (2010) ’ ‘NR’

Jessie ’

Shake It

Shake It

6:30

7 PM

7:30

Friends ’

››› “Pretty Woman” (1990) Richard Gere, Julia Roberts.

Wife Swap Tassie/Tyson

(:15) ››› “Rio” (2011, Comedy) ’ ‘G’ Å (:35) ››› “Breakdown” (1997) ‘R’

6 PM

Family Guy

Wife Swap Roy/Maness

8 PM

8:30

Prince

Wife Swap Adams/Hess

Wife Swap

›› “Commando” (1985) Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Angry Boys Angry Boys Luck ’ Å

(:15) ››‡ “Paul” (2011) Simon Pegg. ‘R’ Å

Real Time W/ Bill Maher

››› “Cape Fear” (1991) Robert De Niro. ’ ‘R’

9 PM

9:30

10 PM

10:30

Life, Times Forbidden

FEBRUARY 16, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

NFL Live (N) Å

Around

Interruption SportsCenter (N) Å

College Basketball: Wisconsin at Michigan State.

College Basketball: West Virginia at Pittsburgh. (N)

SportsCenter (N) Å

World Poker Tour

Celebrity

Redskins

SportsNet

SportsNet

English Premier League Soccer

College Basketball: Arizona at Washington State.

College Basketball

(8-ABC)

Dr. Phil (N) ’ Å

8 News

8 News

News

ABC News

Wheel

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show (N) ’

News

News

News

CBS News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

Jeopardy!

Wizards

The 700 Club Å

SportCtr

Wipeout (N) ’ Å

Grey’s Anatomy (N) ’

(:02) Private Practice (N)

News

Nightline

Big Bang

Person of Interest (N)

The Mentalist (N) Å

News

Late Show W/Letterman

(:31) Rob

J. Kimmel

11

(35-FOX) Maury (N) ’ Å

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Big Bang

American Idol Performance Challenge (N) Å

FOX News at 10 Å

Two Men

Big Bang

12

(12-NBC) News

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

30 Rock (N) Parks

The Office

Grimm ’ Å

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

13

(65-CW)

Payne

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

News

News

All Night

Family Guy

Judge Mathis (N) Å

Judge B.

Family Fd

Family Fd

News

Payne

The Vampire Diaries (N)

The Secret Circle Return

TMZ (N) ’

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Friends ’

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Chris

Chris

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Funniest Home Videos

How I Met

How I Met

How I Met

WGN News at Nine (N)

30 Rock ’

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

WordGirl

Electric

Wild Kratts

News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Currents

Inside Out

Doc Martin ’ Å

Wilder: First

Independent Lens (N) ’ Å

Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Burt Wolf

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! With

24

(57-PBS) Charlie Rose (N) Å

How I Met

King

Paving the Way: Park

Paving the Way: Park

Moyers & Company ’

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

33

(USA)

Burn Notice Å

Burn Notice Last Stand

NCIS Twisted Sister ’

NCIS Smoked ’ Å

NCIS Driven ’ Å

NCIS Suspicion Å

NCIS Sharif Returns ’

Burn Notice Å

CSI

34

(TNT)

Law & Order DWB ’

Law & Order ’

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

NBA Basketball: Boston Celtics at Chicago Bulls. (N) Å

35

(WTBS)

Friends ’

Friends

37

(A&E)

Criminal Minds Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Waterworld

The First 48 Å

39

(SPIKE)

Jail Å

Jail Å

Jail Å

Jail Å

Jail Å

Jail Å

iMPACT Wrestling (N) ’ Å

44

(DISC)

American Chopper ’

MythBusters ’ Å

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Secret Service

49

(NICK)

Penguins

Kung Fu

SpongeBob SpongeBob Victorious

Victorious

Anubis

iCarly ’

’70s Show

’70s Show

50

(DISN)

Good Luck

Good Luck

Austin

Good Luck

Jessie ’

Random

Phineas

“Lemonade Mouth” (2011) Bridgit Mendler. ‘NR’

53

(FAM)

’70s Show

’70s Show

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

››› “Holes” (2003) Sigourney Weaver, Jon Voight.

60

(LIFE)

How I Met

How I Met

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap ’ Å

Project Runway

Project Runway

56

(AMC)

(3:00) “Commando” Å

CSI: Miami Tipping Point

CSI: Miami Head Case

CSI: Miami ’ Å

›››‡ “The Fugitive” (1993) Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones. Å

“Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome”

301

(HBO)

Betrayed

››‡ “Exporting Raymond” ‘PG’

Cathouse: Menage

320

(MAX)

(3:40) ›‡ “Cop Out” (2010) ‘R’

Friends ’ Jail Å

Friends Jail Å

Austin

King

Shake It

FRIDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

››‡ “Dinner for Schmucks” (2010) ‘PG-13’

5 PM

5:30

6 PM

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

9

(6-CBS)

11

(35-FOX) Maury (N) ’ Å

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

12

(12-NBC) News

News

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Seinfeld ’ Jail Å

6:30

Family Guy

Family Guy Jail Å

Armored Car

Big Bang

Big Bang

7:30

First Week

Friends ’

Friends ’

’70s Show

Jessie ’

Random

Phineas

24 Hour Catwalk (N)

F. Roach

9 PM

9:30

Interruption SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å Redskins

SportsNet

SportsNet

Caps

NHL Hockey: Washington Capitals at Florida Panthers. (Live)

Dr. Phil (N) ’ Å

8 News

8 News

News

ABC News

Wheel

Jeopardy!

The Dr. Oz Show (N) ’

News

News

News

CBS News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

Family Guy

Two Men

Big Bang

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

The 43rd NAACP Image Awards (N) ’ (Live) Å

Payne

Inside Ed.

News

News

Jail Å

George

Wizards

Game of Thrones Å

10 PM SportsNet

10:30

Wizards

The 700 Club Å

Prince

Project Runway

All Stars

“Once Upon a Time in Mexico” ‘R’

NBA Basketball: Dallas Mavericks at Philadelphia 76ers. (N) Shark Tank (N) Å

First 48

Deadliest Warrior Å George

Friends ’

Project Runway

8:30

The Office

The First 48 Å

Friends ’

››› “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” (1971)

8 PM

Conan (N)

U.S. Drug Wars Å

Around

NBA

Big Bang

First Week In ’ Å

ACC

Cavalier

Big Bang

U.S. Drug Wars Å

››› “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1” (2010)

7 PM

NBA Basketball: Clippers at Trail Blazers The First 48 Å

NFL Live (N) Å

Angry Boys

“Emmanuelle”

FEBRUARY 17, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

NBA Basketball: Suns at Lakers SportsTalk

SportsNet

Redskins

Wizards

News

Nightline

J. Kimmel

Primetime: What Would

20/20 ’ Å

Undercover Boss (N) ’

A Gifted Man (N) Å

Blue Bloods Parenthood

Finl Score

Late Show W/Letterman

Kitchen Nightmares (N)

Fringe (N) ’ Å

News at 10

Two Men

Big Bang

Dateline NBC ’ Å

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

FOX First

Family Guy

Judge Mathis (N) Å

Judge B.

Family Fd

Family Fd

News

Payne

Nikita Origins (N) Å

Supernatural Repo Man

TMZ (N) ’

King

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Friends ’

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Chris

Chris

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Funniest Home Videos

How I Met

How I Met

News/Nine

Videos

30 Rock ’

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

WordGirl

Electric

Wild Kratts

News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Washington McLaughlin American Songbook

Highgrove-Prin

Capitol

Austin City Limits Å

Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Burt Wolf

Aviators

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! With

24

(57-PBS) Charlie Rose (N) Å (USA)

Seinfeld ’

(:45) ›››› “Titanic” (1997, Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet. ’ ‘PG-13’ Å

COMCAST

33

King

Wait...

How I Met

How I Met

Antiques Roadshow (N)

Doc Martin ’ Å

House Nobody’s Fault

NCIS Dead Man Walking

NCIS Skeletons Å

NCIS Iceman ’ Å

Law & Order: SVU

›‡ “G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra” (2009) Channing Tatum.

Served?

Aviators

T. Smiley

“Pirates-Worlds”

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Burden ’

Law & Order Gunshow

Law & Order Stiff ’

Law & Order ’

››› “300” (2007, Action) Gerard Butler. Å

35

(WTBS)

Friends ’

Friends ’

King

King

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Payne

Payne

Payne

Payne

›› “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” (2005) Kimberly Elise.

37

(A&E)

Criminal Minds Å

The First 48 Å

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Shipping

39

(SPIKE)

Gangland The Outlaws.

Gangland ’ Å

Ink Master Fresh Meat

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

Gold Rush ’ Å

Gold Rush Man Down

Gold Rush In the Black

Gold Rush Frozen Out

Friends ’

Friends ’

Shipping

Franklin & Bash Å Shipping

Shipping

Franklin Storage

Ink Master Game On ’

›› “Rambo: First Blood Part II” ’

44

(DISC)

American Chopper ’

MythBusters Bottle Bash

49

(NICK)

Penguins

SpongeBob SpongeBob Victorious

50

(DISN)

A.N.T. Farm A.N.T. Farm Good Luck

53

(FAM)

’70s Show

’70s Show

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

››‡ “Scooby-Doo” (2002) Freddie Prinze Jr..

››› “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004) Daniel Radcliffe.

The 700 Club Å

60

(LIFE)

How I Met

How I Met

Unsolved Mysteries

America’s Most Wanted

America’s Most Wanted

America’s Most Wanted

America’s Most Wanted

America’s Most Wanted

Wanted

56

(AMC)

(2:00) “The Fugitive”

CSI: Miami ’ Å

CSI: Miami ’ Å

CSI: Miami Sink or Swim

››› “Slither” (2006, Horror) Nathan Fillion. Å

The Walking Dead

Comic Book Men Junk

Slither Å

301

(HBO)

Tooth Fairy

Angry Boys Angry Boys Life, Times

Real Time W/ Bill Maher

Real Time W/ Bill Maher

Angry Boys

320

(MAX)

“X2: X-Men United” ’

Kung Fu

Shake It

Shake It

Safe House “The Union” (2011) ’ ‘NR’ Å

(:01) Bering Sea Gold ’

Gold Rush Frozen Out

Victorious

Anubis

iCarly ’

SpongeBob SpongeBob Friends ’

Friends ’

George

George

Friends ’

Friends ’

’70s Show

Good Luck

Austin

Austin

“Radio Rebel” (2012) Debby Ryan.

Austin

Random

Good Luck

Austin

Austin

A.N.T. Farm

Namath ’ Å

››› “Stakeout” (1987) Richard Dreyfuss. ’ ‘R’

›› “The Dilemma” (2011) Vince Vaughn. ‘PG-13’

America’s Most Wanted F. Roach

(8:50) ››› “The Town” (2010) Ben Affleck. ‘R’

Lingerie ’

The Mechanicsville Local

Bering Gold

Prince

Co-Ed Confidential 3

February 15, 2012

29


SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12 PM 12:30 1 PM

1:30

COMCAST

FEBRUARY 18, 2012 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

Raceline

Cooking

Paid Prog.

9

(6-CBS)

Busytown

Today

College Basketball: UCLA at St. John’s. (N) Å › “Hot Chick” (2002) Rob Schneider. Å

Paid Prog.

College Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live) Celebrity Sports

11

(35-FOX) Paid Prog.

12

(12-NBC) Willa’s Wild Pearlie (EI)

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Into Wild

Paid Prog.

Athlete

Paid Prog.

Joint

Law Order: CI

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

THE BIG TIME (N)

8

(8-ABC)

Paid Prog.

NBA

NBA Basketball: Dallas Mavericks at New York Knicks. (N) (Live)

PGA Tour Golf

9

(6-CBS)

Paid Prog.

Today

College Basketball: Michigan State at Purdue. (N)

NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup: Daytona 500, Qualifying. (N) ’ (Live) Å

Law Order: CI

Law Order: CI

(35-FOX) Paid Prog.

Cindy C

(12-NBC) Hockey

NHL Hockey: Regional Coverage. (N) ’ (Live) Å

Hates Chris

13

(65-CW)

Animal Atl. ››› “Chicken Run” (2000), Julia Sawalha

Law Order: CI

15

(WGN)

23

(23-PBS) Moyers & Company ’

24

(57-PBS) Cyberchase Fetch! With Washington Need

Cash Cab

Kitchen

Kimchi

Lidia’s Italy Best of Joy Hometime

Travel

(57-PBS) Baking

Victory

Old House

Old House

Woodwright MotorWeek

Steves

33

(USA)

›› “Employee of the Month” (2006) Dane Cook.

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

35

(WTBS)

(11:10) ››‡ “Mr. 3000” (2004)

37

(A&E)

Flip This House Å

Parking

39

(SPIKE)

Repo

››› “Kill Bill: Vol. 1” (2003) Uma Thurman, Lucy Liu. ’

44

(DISC)

American Guns Å

49

(NICK)

Power

SpongeBob Kung Fu

Kung Fu

Kung Fu

50

(DISN)

Wizards

Wizards

Good Luck

Shake It

53

(FAM)

(11:30) ››‡ “Legally Blonde”

››› “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” (2004)

60

(LIFE)

(11:30) “He Loves Me” (2011) Å

››› “Fracture” (2007) Anthony Hopkins, Ryan Gosling. Å

56

(AMC)

(11:15) ›››‡ “The Magnificent Seven” Å

301

(HBO)

(:15) ›››› “Titanic” (1997, Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet. ’ ‘PG-13’ Å

320

(MAX)

›‡ “Grind” (2003) Mike Vogel.

MuscleCar

(ESPN) (CSN)

››‡ “Serendipity” (2001) John Cusack. Å

Currents

Down

“The Golden Child” ››‡ “I, Robot”

Paul Simon: So Beautiful Religion

You Don’t

To Contrary This Old House Hr

(USA)

Pirates

(TNT)

Law & Order The Collar

›› “Diary of a Mad Black Woman” (2005) Kimberly Elise.

35

(WTBS)

(11:45) ›› “Breakin’ All the Rules”

›‡ “Code Name: The Cleaner” (2007) Å

Holiday

Parking

37

(A&E)

Billy

Billy

Billy

Billy

Trucks! ’

MuscleCar

American Guns Å

Parking

›› “Transporter 3”

Parking

Parking

Parking

Billy

Law & Order: SVU

›› “The Librarian: Quest for the Spear” (2004)

Billy

Billy

Billy

(SPIKE)

Ink Master Fresh Meat

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

44

(DISC)

Gold Rush Lovestruck

Gold Rush Gold At Last

Gold Rush On the Gold

Gold Rush ’ Å

Kung Fu

Big Time

Big Time

49

(NICK)

T.U.F.F.

iCarly ’

Big Time

Victorious

iCarly ’

Big Time

Big Time

Shake It

Wizards

Wizards

50

(DISN)

Wizards-Place

Good Luck

Good Luck

Shake it

Shake It

Jessie ’

Austin

53

(FAM)

››‡ “Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium”

60

(LIFE)

Supernanny America’s Supernanny

56

(AMC)

(10:30) “Eraser” (1996)

301

(HBO)

Littl Fock

320

(MAX)

(11:40) ›› “Sucker Punch” (2011)

6 PM

Loving

(:10) › “Terror Tract”

6:30

7 PM

7:30

College Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live)

College Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live)

College Basketball

SportsNet

College Basketball

Law & Order All New ’

39

(:15) ›› “Last of the Dogmen” (1995) Å

5:30

››› “The Mummy” (1999, Adventure) Brendan Fraser. Å

American Guns Å

American Guns Å

(:45) ›› “Stag Night” (2008) ’ ‘R’

SATURDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

7

NHL Hockey

34

COMCAST 4

“The Family Stone”

Basketball

PGA Tour Golf

33

› “Good Luck Chuck” (2007) Dane Cook. Å

›› “Doom” (2005) The Rock, Karl Urban. Å

Good Luck

On Spot

PBA Bowling

Halls Fame My Life 365 Basketball

12

(23-PBS) Mexico

Trucks! ’

Shell

11

24

Hometime

Women’s College Basketball

Paid Prog.

23

Old House

(10:00) SportsCenter (N) College Basketball: Syracuse at Rutgers. (N) (Live)

Snowboard

To Be Announced

Exploration College Basketball: Maryland at Virginia. (N) (Live)

FEBRUARY 19, 2012 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30

1:30

College Basketball

College Basketball: Teams TBA. (N) (Live)

College Basketball: Wake Forest at Miami. (N)

SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12 PM 12:30 1 PM

COMCAST

Caps

8 PM

Penguins

College GameDay (N)

››‡ “Pet Sematary” (1989) Dale Midkiff.

Real Time W/ Bill Maher

8:30

››› “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”

“Fantasia Barrino: Life Is Not Fairy Tale”

9 PM

9:30

Safe House ››‡ “Exporting Raymond” ‘PG’

Something

›› “The Saint” (1997) Val Kilmer. ‘PG-13’ Å

Charlie

10 PM

10:30

FEBRUARY 18, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM SportsCenter (N) Å

College Basketball: Ohio State at Michigan. (N)

NHL Hockey: Washington Capitals at Tampa Bay Lightning.

Postgame

Their Eyes

“Pet Sematary Two”

SportsNet

SportCtr

College Basketball: Arizona at Washington.

8

(8-ABC)

ESPN Sports Saturday (N)

News

ABC News

Wheel

Wipeout ’ Å

›‡ “Wild Hogs” (2007, Comedy) Tim Allen. ’

News

Criminal Minds Å

9

(6-CBS)

PGA Tour Golf: Northern Trust Open, Third Round.

News

CBS News

Extra (N) ’ Å

Person of Interest Å

NCIS: Los Angeles ’

48 Hours Mystery Å

News

(:35) Without a Trace 4G

11

(35-FOX) ›› “Jack Frost” (1998, Fantasy) Michael Keaton.

Buffalo Soldiers

Two Men

NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup: Budweiser Shootout.

News at 10

Alcatraz Guy Hastings

12

(12-NBC) Snowboarding

News

NBC News

Entertainment Tonight

Smash Callbacks Å

Law & Order: SVU

13

(65-CW)

Judge B.

Judge B.

Payne

››‡ “I, Robot” (2004) Will Smith.

15

(WGN)

Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Burt Wolf

Lawrence Welk

Served?

Doc Martin ’ Å

EastEnders EastEnders Slavery

Antiques Roadshow

Nature The Himalayas

NOVA ’ Å (DVS)

›››› “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975, Drama)

NCIS Untouchable Å

NCIS Blowback Å

NCIS Broken Bird Å

NCIS Faith ’ Å

Red Bull Series

››› “Secondhand Lions” (2003) Michael Caine.

NBA Basketball: New Jersey Nets at Chicago Bulls. (N) Å

23

(23-PBS) Antiques Roadshow (N)

Desert

Currents

24

(57-PBS) Charlie Rose (N) Å

Aviators

Aviators

BBC World

Jeopardy! Big Bang Payne

The Firm Chapter Seven Funniest Home Videos

Keeping Up Wait...

As Time...

The Office

New Girl

News

(:29) Saturday Night Live

TMZ (N) ’ Å

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Sunny

WGN News at Nine (N)

30 Rock ’

Scrubs

Scrubs

Currents

Nature ’

(USA)

NCIS The Meat Puzzle

NCIS Silver War Å

34

(TNT)

(3:00) “Transporter 3”

›› “Final Destination 3” (2006, Horror) Å

›› “Resident Evil: Extinction” (2007) Å

35

(WTBS)

King

King

Friends ’

Friends ’

Friends ’

Friends ’

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

››‡ “Madea’s Family Reunion” (2006) Å

37

(A&E)

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Billy

39

(SPIKE)

››› “Kill Bill: Vol. 2” (2004, Action) Uma Thurman, David Carradine. ’

›› “Rambo: First Blood Part II” (1985) ’

›› “Rambo” (2008) Sylvester Stallone. ’

››‡ “Rambo III” (1988) ’

44

(DISC)

American Guns Å

Ready, Aim, Sold

Sons of Guns ’ Å

Sons of Guns ’ Å

Sons of Guns ’ Å

Sons of Guns ’ Å

Sons of Guns ’ Å

Sons of Guns ’ Å

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Victorious

Victorious

Victorious

Victorious

Victorious

Bucket

iCarly ’

’70s Show

Friends ’

Friends ’

Friends ’

50

(DISN)

Wizards-Place

Good Luck

Jessie ’

Austin

Shake It

Jessie ’

“Radio Rebel” (2012) Debby Ryan.

(:10) Jessie

(:35) Jessie

A.N.T. Farm Good Luck

Austin

Shake It

Jessie ’

53

(FAM)

Harry

60

(LIFE)

“Lies My Mother Told Me” (2005) Å

56

(AMC)

“Last of the Dogmen”

301

(HBO)

“The Loving Story” ‘NR’

(4:50) ››› “Rio” (2011) ‘G’ Å

›‡ “Vampires Suck” (2010) Å

›‡ “Your Highness” (2011) ‘R’

320

(MAX)

(3:10) › “Terror Tract”

(4:50) ›› “The Losers” (2010) Å

(:20) Strike Back Å

(:10) ››‡ “Wild Things” (1998) Kevin Bacon.

33

iCarly ’

››› “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire” (2005) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint.

SUNDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

5 PM

5:30

6 PM

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

NBA Basketball: Orlando Magic at Miami Heat. (N)

9

(6-CBS)

(3:00) PGA Tour Golf: Northern Trust Open, Final Round. (N)

11

(35-FOX) Paid Prog.

12

(12-NBC) NHL Hockey: Boston Bruins at Minnesota Wild. (N)

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Bowling

CrossFit

CrossFit

Women’s College Basketball

Paid Prog.

6:30

››› “I Am Legend” (2007) Will Smith. Å

Rock

Billy

CSI

Leverage Å

Leverage Family Billy

Jane by Design Å

“And Baby Will Fall” (2011) Anastasia Griffith. Å

›››‡ “Braveheart” (1995) Mel Gibson. A Scottish rebel rallies his countrymen against England.

Strike Back

7 PM

››› “Cries in the Dark” (2006) Eva La Rue.

CSI: Crime Scene

Billy

’70s Show

››› “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” (2007) Daniel Radcliffe.

›› “Sex, Lies & Obsession” (2001, Drama) Å

›››› “Unforgiven” (1992, Western) Clint Eastwood, Gene Hackman. Å

COMCAST

NCIS Double Identity ’

7:30

8 PM

8:30

9 PM

(:45) Luck ’ Å

F. Roach

10 PM

10:30

Sons

Jane Cries Braveheart

(:15) ››› “Get Him to the Greek”

››› “Win Win” (2011) Paul Giamatti. ‘R’ Å

9:30

Parking

Co-Ed

FEBRUARY 19, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

CrossFit

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

My Life 365

SportsNet

SportsNet

News

ABC News

Funniest Home Videos

Once Upon a Time (N)

Desperate Housewives

(:01) Pan Am 1964 ’

News

News

60 Minutes ’ Å

The Amazing Race ’

The Good Wife (N) ’

CSI: Miami Last Straw

News

(:35) Brothers & Sisters

Big Bang

Burgers

Simpsons

Family Guy

News at 10

Big Bang

Ring of Honor Wrestling

Judge Judy Judge Judy Big Bang News

“The Golden Child”

››‡ “Beverly Hills Cop III” (1994)

(3:00) “I, Robot” (2004)

Funniest Home Videos

Chris

23

(23-PBS) ›››› “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975, Drama)

24

(57-PBS) Julia Child Memories: Bon Appétit!

NBC News

NBA Basketball: Denver Nuggets at Oklahoma City Thunder. (N) SportsNet

College Basketball: Oregon at Stanford. (N) (Live)

Cleveland

Napoleon

Dateline NBC ’ Å Heartland Å (DVS)

The Closer Blood Money

Chris

30 Rock ’

How I Met

Currents

Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey ’ Å

Freedom Songs: Civil Rights

How I Met Currents

How I Met

Inside

Amer. Dad

SportsNet

SportsCenter (N) (Live) Å

SportCtr

Boxing (Taped)

Two Men

(:35) Law & Order Å

The Celebrity Apprentice (Season Premiere) (N) ’

News

Inside Edit.

Paid Prog.

The Closer Red Tape

King

King

Friends ’

Friends ’

Comedy.TV

How I Met

News/Nine

Replay

How I Met

Masterpiece Classic Downton Abbey (N) ’ Å

Paul Simon: So Beautiful

Toolbox

The Unit Security Å Served?

Monk

Keeping Up Classic

College Basketball

Classic

(USA)

Law & Order: SVU

34

(TNT)

“The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines”

35

(WTBS)

(3:30) ››‡ “Last Holiday” Å

37

(A&E)

Billy

Criminal Minds Å

Criminal Minds Å

39

(SPIKE)

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master Game On ’

›› “Rambo” (2008) Sylvester Stallone. ’

›› “Walking Tall” (2004, Action) The Rock. ’

›› “Walking Tall” (2004, Action) The Rock. ’

Ink Master

44

(DISC)

Gold Rush ’ Å

Gold Rush Rock Bottom

Gold Rush Bedrock Gold

Gold Rush In the Black

Concordia Ship

Gold Rush Frozen Out

Concordia

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Victorious

Victorious

SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob ’70s Show

George

George

Friends ’

50

(DISN)

Phineas

Phineas

Good Luck

A.N.T. Farm Random

Random

A.N.T. Farm Austin

53

(FAM)

“Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”

››› “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” (2007) Daniel Radcliffe.

60

(LIFE)

“Their Eyes Were Watching God”

››‡ “The Secret Life of Bees” (2008) Queen Latifah. Å

56

(AMC)

“Pet Sematary Two”

33

Billy

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

“The Librarian: Curse of the Judas Chalice” Å

(:45) ››‡ “Madea’s Family Reunion” (2006) Tyler Perry. Criminal Minds Å Gold Rush Man Down

(:20) “Radio Rebel” (2012) ‘NR’ Å

››› “V for Vendetta” (2006) Natalie Portman, Hugo Weaving. Premiere.

301

(HBO)

(3:30) ›‡ “Something Borrowed”

320

(MAX)

›› “Charlie St. Cloud”

30

Law & Order: SVU

››‡ “Lottery Ticket” (2010) ’

(:15) ››› “Ruthless People” (1986) ’ ‘R’ Å

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

››› “War of the Worlds” (2005) Tom Cruise. Å ›› “Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail” (2009)

Criminal Minds Bloodline

Austin

Criminal Minds Å Gold Rush Frozen Out

’70s Show

My Wife

Shake It

A.N.T. Farm Jessie ’

My Wife

››› “The Mummy” (1999) Å

Falling Skies Å

“War of the Worlds”

(:15) ›› “Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail” (2009) Å Criminal Minds Å

Criminal Minds Å

Criminal

Friends ’

Friends ’

Shake It

Wizards

››› “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint.

J. Osteen

›‡ “Obsessed” (2009) Idris Elba. Å

“Taken From Me: The Tiffany Rubin Story” (2011)

Obsessed

The Walking Dead

The Walking Dead (N)

Comic Book Men (N)

The Walking Dead

Talk Dead

Luck (N) ’ Å

Eastbound

Luck ’ Å

Eastbound

(:15) ›‡ “Little Fockers” (2010) ‘PG-13’ Å (6:50) “House of the Rising Sun” ‘R’

(:20) ››‡ “Due Date” (2010) ‘R’

Too Short

›››‡ “Boogie Nights” (1997) Mark Wahlberg. ‘R’ Å


CALENDAR Continued from pg. 28 b

Our guest speaker will be Fay Williamson-Virginia Federal of Republican Women President. For additional information about becoming a member of the HRWC contact Liza Bradford, President at rnbradford@hughes. net or visit our website at www. hrwomen.com.

apples for your dining pleasure. Donations will be accepted for the Troop to offset costs for camping trips and equipment. Troop 544 is grateful to have had the sponsorship of Shady Grove United Methodist Church for more than 50 years and is looking forward to serving the congregation and friends at the dinner again this year.

Wednesday, Feb. 22 The boys and parents of Boy Scout Troop 544 are having a Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner from 5:30-7 p.m. at Shady Grove United Methodist Church. The boys will be cooking up lots of pancakes, sausage, and baked

Join St. Paul Lutheran Church for Ash Wednesday Worship. Theme “God’s Lenten Gifts to Us”. Dinner at 6 p.m. and Worship at 7 p.m., 8100 Shady Grove Rd., Mechanicsville – Rev. Rodney Bitely, Pastor. For more

MONDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

5 PM

COMCAST 4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8 9

5:30

information please call 427-7500 ity, balance, and well-being. The or visit www.saintpaul-lcms.com. fun and interactive classes are suitable for every fitness level. Cost is Mechaicsville Presbyterian $48. Registration is required due Church will have a simple Ash to limited class size. Contact Jo Wednesday Service at 7 p.m. The Ann Widner RN for more inforchurch is located at the corner of mation or to register at 370-3906. Atlee and Signal Hill Roads. Call 746-5496 for more information. Friday, Feb. 24 Strange’s Garden Center would like to invite you to the Thursday, Feb. 23 The Arthritis Foundation 6th Annual Orchid Show, preis offering a six-week Tai Chi sented by the Virginia Orchid class at Covenant Woods in Society and held on Feb. 24, 25, Mechanicsville. The class meets and 26. Open Friday - Saturday on Thursday mornings from 8-6 p.m. and Sunday 10-5 p.m. 10:30-11:30 a.m., Feb. 23-March Join us for our Orchid Show Gala 29. This program uses easy to Friday night from 6-9 p.m. for learn, gentle movements that a silent auction, plant sales, light improve physical strength, flexibil- fare and beverages. $5 admission.

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

Hanover Humane Society will hold a dog adoption stand at its facility at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland from 9-12 p.m. Cat adoption stands will be held at the Mechanicsville and Virginia Center PetSmart stores from 11-3 p.m. Please visit www. Saturday, Feb. 25 “Very Vegas,” to benefit the hanoverhumanesociety.org for local Children’s Miracle Network, available animals and additional Children’s Hospital of Richmond adoption information. at VCU, will be presented from Mechanicsville Baptist Church, 7-11 p.m. at the Downtown Richmond Marriott at 500 E. 8016 Atlee Road, will hold an Broad St. Tickets are $55 per per- Indoor Yard Sale. The Yard Sale son or $100 per couple. For more is from 8-1 p.m. Coffee, donuts, information, call 228-5934 or e- sausage biscuits, bowls of chili, mail info@veryvegasrva.com. The cornbread, hot dogs and popcorn will also be available for website is veryvegasRVA.com. sale starting at 8 a.m.

Saturday and Sunday features free lectures, art and orchid vendors, and over 600 orchids in exhibit to see. Event located at 12111 W. Broad St. For more information please call 360-2800.

9 PM

9:30

10 PM

SportCtr

SportsNet

Redskins

Inside

(:01) Castle Linchpin (N)

News

Nightline

J. Kimmel

Hawaii Five-0 Kupale (N)

News

Late Show W/Letterman

FOX News at 10 Å

Two Men

Big Bang

Smash (N) ’ Å

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Friends ’

30 Rock ’

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

SportCtr

College Basketball: Connecticut at Villanova. (N)

Action Sports World

Inside

Redskins

SportsNet

SportsNet

Caps

NHL Hockey: Washington Capitals at Carolina Hurricanes. (Live)

SportsNet

(8-ABC)

Dr. Phil ’ Å

8 News

8 News

News

ABC News

Wheel

Jeopardy!

The Bachelor Hometowns of the final four women.

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

News

CBS News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

How I Met

11

(35-FOX) Maury ’ Å

12

(12-NBC) News

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

College Basketball: Baylor at Texas. (N) (Live)

Two Men

Mike

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Big Bang

House Man of the House

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

The Voice The coaches build their teams. (N) ’

Payne

News

News

FEBRUARY 20, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM SportsCenter (N) Å

NBA Basketball: Atlanta Hawks at Chicago Bulls. (N) (Live)

Broke Girl

10:30

Alcatraz Johnny McKee

SportsTalk

Judge Mathis (N) Å

Judge B.

Family Fd

Family Fd

News

Payne

Gossip Girl (N) ’ Å

Hart of Dixie (N) Å

TMZ (N) ’

Cheers ’

Chris

Chris

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

WGN News at Nine (N)

Wild Kratts

News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Antiques Roadshow (N)

Clinton: American Experience (N) Å (DVS)

Forest China

C. Rose

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Burt Wolf

Looking for Lincoln ’

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

(:05) White Collar Å

Public En

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! With

24

(57-PBS) Richard

Cheers ’

WordGirl: Rise Sid

VCU Insight Looking for Lincoln ’

King

Three Presidents, East

33

(USA)

NCIS Flesh and Blood

NCIS Jet Lag ’ Å

NCIS Masquerade Å

NCIS Mother’s Day ’

NCIS Jurisdiction Å

34

(TNT)

Supernatural ’ Å

Supernatural Let It Bleed

Supernatural ’ Å

Law & Order Bounty ’

NBA Basketball: Boston Celtics at Dallas Mavericks. (N) Å

NBA Basketball: Trail Blazers at Lakers

35

(WTBS)

Friends ’

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

Family Guy

Family Guy

37

(A&E)

Intervention Jeff Å

39

(SPIKE)

44

(DISC)

American Chopper

American Chopper

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Kung Fu

50

(DISN)

Austin

A.N.T. Farm Wizards-Place

53

(FAM)

Pretty Little Liars Å

60

(LIFE)

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

56

(AMC)

“Mad Max 2”

CSI: Miami Divorce Party

301

(HBO)

“D.O.A.: Dead or Alive”

F. Roach

320

(MAX)

(3:30) ›› “Predators” (2010) ’ ‘R’

Friends

Friends ’

Intervention Casie Å

Band of Brothers Bastogne ’ Å

(ESPN) (CSN)

8

American Chopper

SpongeBob SpongeBob Victorious Jessie ’

Pretty Little Liars Å

Jessie ’

Pretty Little Liars Å

Seinfeld ’

Intervention Tyler Å

Band of Brothers The Last Patrol ’ American Chopper Victorious

Family Guy

Hoarders Joanne; Kristy

“Radio Rebel” (2012) Debby Ryan.

Family Guy

Family Guy

Hoarders Dee; Jan (N)

Band of Brothers Why We Fight ’

American Chopper

SpongeBob My Wife

WWE Monday Night RAW (N) ’ (Live) Å

Conan

The Office

Intervention Suzon

Hoarders

Band of Brothers Points ’ Å

“Crocodile Dundee” ’

Toughest Trucker

American Chopper

Trucker

My Wife

George

George

’70s Show

Friends ’

Friends ’

Friends ’

Shake It

(:05) Jessie

Jessie ’

Wizards-Place

Good Luck

Good Luck

’70s Show

Wizards

Pretty Little Liars Å

Pretty Little Liars (N) ’

The Lying Game (N) ’

Pretty Little Liars Å

The 700 Club Å

Prince

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance

CSI: Miami Flight Risk

CSI: Miami ’ Å

›››‡ “Blade Runner” (1982) Harrison Ford. Å

Real Time W/ Bill Maher

(:20) ›››‡ “Gladiator” (2000) Russell Crowe. ’ ‘R’ Å

››› “Big Stan” (2007) Rob Schneider. ‘R’ Å

5:30

Family Guy

Intervention (N) Å

American Chopper

››› “Seabiscuit” (2003) Tobey Maguire. ’ ‘PG-13’ Å

TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

7

King

Intervention Tiffany

Band of Brothers The Breaking Point

COMCAST 4

Family Guy

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

›››‡ “Blade Runner” (1982) Harrison Ford.

››‡ “The Book of Eli” (2010) ’ ‘R’ Å

8:30

9 PM

Too Short

››‡ “Paul” (2011) Simon Pegg.

9:30

10 PM

10:30

F. Roach

Sex City 2

“Emmanuelle”

FEBRUARY 21, 2012 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

NFL Live (N) Å

Around

Interruption SportsCenter (N) Å

College Basketball: Illinois at Ohio State. (N) (Live)

College Basketball: Kentucky at Mississippi State.

SportsCenter (N) Å

Sports Unlimited

Va. Tech

Redskins

SportsNet

SportsNet

College Basketball: Clemson at Georgia Tech. (N)

Wizards

SportsNet

Redskins

Va. Tech

(8-ABC)

Dr. Phil ’ Å

8 News

8 News

News

ABC News

Wheel

Cougar

The River A Better Man

Body of Proof (N) Å

News

Nightline

J. Kimmel

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

News

Late Show W/Letterman

11

(35-FOX) Maury ’ Å

12

(12-NBC) News

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

Jeopardy!

Last Man

Red Line

CBS6 News Extra (N)

NCIS Psych Out (N) ’

NCIS: Los Angeles (N)

Unforgettable (N) Å

News

Family Guy

Two Men

Big Bang

Glee On My Way (N) ’

New Girl

FOX News at 10 Å

Two Men

Big Bang

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

The Biggest Loser (N) ’ Å

Parenthood (N) Å

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

Payne

College Basketball

News

News

Raising

Judge B.

Family Fd

Family Fd

News

Payne

Cheers ’

Chris

Chris

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

Funniest Home Videos

How I Met

WordGirl

Electric

Wild Kratts

News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Clinton: American Experience (N) Å (DVS)

Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

24

(57-PBS) Charlie Rose (N) Å

SportCtr

CBS News

Cheers ’

(23-PBS) Fetch! With

SportsTalk

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Judge Mathis (N) Å

23

SportsNet

Burt Wolf

How I Met

Keeping Up Whispers-Angel

TMZ (N) ’

Family Guy

30 Rock ’

30 Rock ’

WGN News at Nine (N)

30 Rock ’

Scrubs ’

Frontline (N) ’ Å

Independent Lens (N)

C. Rose

Black/White

Bridge to

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

Law & Order: SVU

White Collar (N) Å

Royal Pains Å

Law-SVU

How I Met

How I Met

King

Bringing

Friends ’ Scrubs ’

33

(USA)

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Darwinian

Bones ’ Å

››› “American Gangster” (2007) Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe. Å

Southland (N) ’ Å

CSI: NY Vigilante Å

Southland

35

(WTBS)

Friends ’

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Big Bang

Conan (N)

The Office

37

(A&E)

Criminal Minds Å

The First 48 Caught Up

The First 48 Å

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

Storage

39

(SPIKE)

CSI: Crime Scene

Ink Master Fresh Meat

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

Ink Master Game On ’

Ink Master (N) ’ Å

Ink Master ’ Å

Auction

44

(DISC)

American Chopper ’

MythBusters ’ Å

American Chopper

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

American Chopper ’

Dirty Jobs (N) ’ Å

Ragin’ Cajuns (N) Å

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Cajuns

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Kung Fu

SpongeBob SpongeBob Victorious

Victorious

SpongeBob My Wife

My Wife

George

’70s Show

’70s Show

Friends ’

Friends ’

Friends ’

50

(DISN)

Good Luck

Good Luck

Phineas

Phineas

Shake It

Good Luck

››› “A Bug’s Life” (1998) ‘G’ Å

Fish Hooks

Shake It

Good Luck

Good Luck

53

(FAM)

Switched at Birth Å

Switched at Birth Å

Switched at Birth Å

Switched at Birth Å

Switched at Birth (N) ’

Jane by Design (N) ’

Switched at Birth Å

The 700 Club Å

Prince

60

(LIFE)

Reba Å

Reba Å

Reba Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms Å

Dance Moms (N) Å

America’s Supernanny

America’s Supernanny

Dance

56

(AMC)

“Md Max-Thndr”

CSI: Miami ’ Å

›››‡ “The War of the Worlds” (1953)

301

(HBO)

›‡ “Something Borrowed” (2011) ’ ‘PG-13’

“Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!” ’

320

(MAX)

››› “The Town” (2010) Ben Affleck. ‘R’ Å

(:05) ›› “The Dilemma” (2011) Vince Vaughn. ’

Friends ’

Reba Å

Friends ’

Reba Å

CSI: Miami ’ Å

Shake It

King

Good Luck Reba Å

CSI: Miami Chip/Tuck ’

Law & Order: SVU

Austin

(:45) ››‡ “Just Wright” (2010) ’ ‘PG’ Å

George

Eastbound

›› “The Rite” (2011) Anthony Hopkins. ‘PG-13’

Storage

Storage

Storage

Wizards

›››‡ “The War of the Worlds” (1953)

CSI: Miami

Luck ’ Å

Something

REAL Sports Gumbel

››‡ “Man on Fire” (2004) Denzel Washington. ’ ‘R’ Å

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

31


MECHANICSVILLE CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD

INDEPENDENT BAPTIST

Mechanicsville Christian Center: Encountering Christ Sundays 9 & 10:30am (wonderful children’s ministries); Students meet Sun. & Thurs. nights. 8061 Shady Grove Rd. 746-4303 www.mccag.org

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Trinity Christian Church 8469 Atlee Road, 746-4838 Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday Worship 10:45 a.m. Nursery Provided Dr. Rick Harrison, Pastor Helen Simpson, LCSW, Associate Pastor Donna Lewis, Director of Music www.trinitychristianchurch.com

EPISCOPAL ALL SOULS CHURCH Worshiping at 9:30am, the 2nd, 3rd,& 4th Sundays at Cool Spring School, 9964 Honey Meadows Rd., The Rev. Amelie Allen Wilmer, Vicar, 804-559-9302, www.allsoulsva.org Immanuel Episcopal Welcomes You! 779-3454 3263 Old Church Rd. Sun 9&11am Holy Eucharist. Education for all ages at 10am. Nursery 10-12. Refreshments after 11am service. immanueloc.org St. Paul’s Episcopal Church , Rte 301 & 54, Hanover Courthouse, VA 23069, Fall/Winter Schedule: Sunday Service will be at 8am & 10:30am with coffee hour after both services. A nursery is available for infants & toddlers at the 10:30am service. Rev. Jack Sutor 537-5516. stpaulshanover.org

The Episcopal Church of the Creator 7159 Mechanicsville Pike, 746-8765 Christ Centered, Biblically Focused 8:00 am Holy Eucharist 9:30 am Christian Education 10:30 am Holy Eucharist Nursery provided @ 9:30 & 10:30 www.creatorfamily.net email: creatorcontact@comcast.net

Truth Baptist Church, 627-2170

SALEM Presbyterian Church - Loving members, biblically-based teaching & preaching. Join us in our historic sanctuary! Worship 11AM, fellowship after. 5394 Studley Rd. Pastor: Sandi Shaner 746-0732

COME & SEE! All info at: www.truthbaptistchurch.com

INDEPENDENT CHRISTIAN Fairmount Christian Church, 559-8070 6502 Creighton Rd. Sunday AM Worship Traditional 8:15 & 11am, Contemporary 9:30am, Bible School ay 8:15, 9:30am & 11am. Rick Raines, Senior Minister; Chris Santasiere, Associate Minister; Mike Langley, Associate Minister; Tracy Thomas, Worship & Music Minister; Mike Campbell, Youth Minister; Rose Williams, Children’s Director. fairmountchristian.org Pole Green Church of Christ 8319 Lee Davis Rd. 746-3376, 9am Sunday School; 10am Morning Worship; 7pm Wednesday Bible Study 746-3376 www.pgchurchofchrist.com

LUTHERAN Messiah Lutheran Church & School 8154 Atlee Rd. 746-7134 www.mlcas.org Sunday Service- 8:15 & 10:45am, Sun. School 9:30. Preschool for 3 -5 yr olds. Child Care 7am-6pm

Hanover Church of the Nazarene 8391 Atlee Rd, (hanoverlife.com) Atlee Christian Academy -- PK-5th grade atleechristianacademy.com (746-3900)

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

INDEPENDENT BAPTIST Hanover Baptist Church ( 3 mi from Va Ctr Commons Mall). Practical Bible preaching & conservative, sacred music. Active teens & children’s master club. Family oriented & God-centered. Emphasize personal salvation through repentance and faith in Jesus Christ as Lord & Savior. 798-7190 www.hbcva.org Rural Point Baptist Church 6548 Studley Road, 730-3226 www.ruralpointbaptist.com

Solid Rock Ministries, 8166 Ladiestown Road Sunday Morning Contemporary Worship- 10:30am "Come As You Are!" Child care provided. 779-7904, Dr. Michael R. Howard, Pastor TMH/The Master’s House. Meeting at Patrick Henry High School, Ashland, Sundays 10 AM, Jim Langlois, Pastor; 368-7592 www.tmhnow.org

To advertise, email us at

Email us at news@mechlocal.com The Mechanicsville Local

MECHANICSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN Atlee & Signal Hill Rd. Nancy Clark, Interim Pastor 746-5496 www.mechpres.org Sunday Schedule: 9 am Contemporary 9:45 am Education 11 am Traditional

NAZARENE

EVANGELICAL FRIENDS

32

LANDMARK BAPTIST CHURCH 4000 Creighton Rd., 1.8 mi. west of I295. "The Church With Your Family At Heart" Sunday School 9:45; Worship 11:00 Evening Service 6:00; Wednesday Evening AWANA (KJV) 7pm, Prayer Service 7:30 Pastor Don Sumpter. Find out more on our web: landmarkbaptistrichmond.org

St Paul Lutheran Church (LCMS) 427-7500 8100 Shady Grove Rd, saintpaul-lcms.com Rev. Rodney Bitely, Pastor; Sunday School 9:15am, Worship Service 10:30am, Nursery Available.

Hanover Evangelical Friends 6420 Mech Trnpk. 804-730-9512, friendlychurch.org Worship: Sundays 8:30 or 11am, w/Sunday School @ 9:45. Daily preschool & after school child care.

PRESBYTERIAN

sales@mechlocal.com or call us at (804) 746-1235

February 15, 2012

SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Meadowbridge Seventh-Day Adventist Church 7400 Antique Lane Mechanicsville, Saturday Services: Sabbath School, 9:30am. Worship Service 11am. Wed. evening Prayer Meeting & Kids Clubs for Children of all ages, 7pm. Church phone #746-2788

SOUTHERN BAPTIST Black Creek Baptist Church , 6289 McClellan Rd. Sunday School, 9am; Worship 10:15am (Nursery prov.); Wed. night prayer service 7pm. 1st & 3rd Wed. Children in Action, Preschool to 5th grade, 6:45-7:45pm. Rev. John Johnson. Youth Pastor, Reverend Craig Secor. Church 781-0330. www.blac kcreek.org Broadus Memorial Baptist Church , 5351 Pole Green Rd. Mechanicsville 23116. 8:45am Traditional Worship 10am Bible Study for all ages, 11am Contemporary Worship, Phil Peacock, Pastor. #779-2700 broaduschurch.org Cool Spring Baptist Church 9283 Atlee Station Rd. For info, activities & worship times visit www.cool spring.org or call 746-0800 FCC - Fellowship Community Church Teaching the Word of God and watching for the miraculous. Hanover High School 9:45am www.fellowshipcc.com Grace United Family Church “Where Grace Unites Us” 8700 Bell Creek Road Mechanicsville 23116 Sunday Worship 10:30 AM Get connected in one of our small groups; “Communities of Hope” to begin soon. Contact: 335-6728 /graceunitedfc@gmail.com “Come as you are” -- See you Sunday! Glenn Hawkins, Pastor Mechanicsville Baptist Church, 8016 Atlee Rd, 746-7253 Dr. Rev.Tim Madison Sunday Schedule: 8:45am Contemporary Worship, 9:45 Bible Study & 11am Traditional Worship

SOUTHERN BAPTIST Hillcrest Baptist Church 11342 Hanover Courthouse Rd. 730-1500. Wed Eve 6 p.m.-Dinner & Study, Sun 11am Svc 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. hbchanover.org New Bethesda Baptist Church 9019 New Bethesda Rd. 779-2101 Todd Combee, Pastor Emily Swartz, Minister of Youth & Education Sunday School 9:30AM, Worship 10:45 am. Bible Study/Youth activities; 6:00 pm Wednesday Dinner/Prayer/Youth/Children 6pm www.newbethesda.org New Highland Baptist Church Worship 8:30 am & 11 am, Sunday School 9:45am Pastor Robert Lee 9200 New Ashcake Road, Mech. 550-9601 www.newhighlandbaptist.org Shalom Baptist Church 6395 Mech Trnpk 746-7737 Rev. Mark Miller Sunday School 9:45am, Worship 11am, Wed. 6:30pm Children Bible Study / Youth Ryan Greene -Youth Min, Jean M. Dart, Music shalombaptist.net

SOVEREIGN GRACE BAPTIST New Hope Baptist - Located at 5452 Spotslee Circle, Mechanicsville. Sunday school 9:45 am, Morning worship 10:30 am, afternoon 1pm, Wednesday Prayer & Bible study 7:30 pm. L. Ronald Staley, Pastor. For more info 321-2110. www.sovereigngraceinmechanicsville.org

UNITED METHODIST Enon United Methodist Church 6156 Studley Rd; 746-4719 Rev. Dr. Jeff Harlow, Pastor Mark Roscoe, Youth Director Join us for Sunday School, for all ages, 9:45am Worship Service at 11am (Nursery provided) Sunday Afternoon Faith Exploration, for all ages 4:30-5:30pm; Wednesday Night Family Service 6:15 - 7pm; www.enonumc.org enonchurch@verizon.net Lebanon United Methodist Church, 8492 Peaks Rd, 746-0980, R. Spencer Broce, Pastor Sunday Worship 9am & 11am (Nursery Provided) Sunday School all ages. 10 am. Staff Youth Director. www.lebanonumc.org Mechanicsville United Methodist Church 7356 Atlee Road, Join us for Sunday School at 9:45AM, Worship at 8:30 & 11 am. & Wed. night worship service at 6:45pm. Kerry D. Boggs, Pastor. 746-5118 Shady Grove United MethodistCelebrate Christ on Sunday Mornings. Traditional worship: 8:15 & 11:00. Contemporary worship: 9:45, Sunday School: 9:30 & 11:00- All Ages. Nursery for preschoolers at all services. Corner of Meadowbridge & Shady Grove Rd, Mechanicsville. Jay Kelchner Pastor. 746-9073 shadygroveumc.org


UPCOMING EVENTS

15

02 2012

Men’s basketball Ferrum at Randolph-Macon 7:00 p.m.

14-17

02 2012

District basketball championships go to www.mechlocal .com for schedules

For more information go to www.mechlocal.com

| Youth, High School, College, Recreational & Professional

Yellow Jackets get off to hot start despite snow Lee-Davis duo, Hawk freshman get things going By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com With temperatures in the low 40s and occasional glimpses of sun, the Randolph-Macon baseball opener was not as unbearable as it would become later in the day on Saturday when heavy snow forced a postponement three innings into the second game of a scheduled double-header. It was Lee-Davis alums Matt Musser and Jordan Walton who got things going and Hanover alum Zach Broaddus closed the door in extra innings as the Yellow Jackets downed St.

Mary’s (MD) 4-3 on opening day at Hugh Stephens Park. Veteran junior lefty Jamie Hendrick got the start for RMC but the visiting Seahawks looked like they would make noise early after John Stewart reached on a one out error. However, Hendrick got Stefano

Muscatelli to fly out to right then on what appeared to be a guaranteed RBI shot up the middle from Keith Johnson, Jackets’ senior centerfielder Brian Jordan made an incredPhotos by Charlie Leffler/The Local ible sliding catch to end the Above left: Lee-Davis alum Matt Musser had a highlight day going 3-for-3 with an RBI triple, a threat. stolen base, a run and an intentional walk. Above: Musser, and R-MC head coach Ray Hedrick, see BASEBALL, pg. 34 `

right, come to the mound to talk to pitcher Michael Helbig as the snow starts to fall.

No three-peat for Hawks in region wrestling Hanover comes in second to Matoaca By Dave Lawrence For The Mechanicsville Local

Dave Lawrence/For The Local

Hanover’s Michael Flora, right, struggles against Matoaca’s Neal Richards in the Central Region 120-pound championship match.

Try as they might, the Hanover Hawks could not keep the Central Region championship from the juggernaut that was Matoaca. Hanover came in nearly 50 points behind the Warriors, 207.5-155.5, yet the Hawks still finished atop the field of mere mortals from the Capital, Central, Colonial, and

Dominion Districts. Cosby finished third with 141.50 points, followed by Midlothian (110) and Lee-Davis (100). Atlee finished 10th and Patrick Henry 21st. “You’re always aiming to win the title,” said Hanover coach Aaron Bradley, who had led the Hawks to the region title the previous two years. “I guess sometimes you have to settle for second.” Matoaca sent seven wrestlers into the final round, with four of those – Neil Richards (120 pounds), Kyle Gordon (126

pounds), Jamarr Hairston (132 pounds) and Corbin Ramos (182 pounds) – claiming the region titles. “I think we’ve finally pulled the first [region championship] home to Matoaca,” said Warriors coach Michael Moore. “It’s a blessing.” Moore was blessed with more than the win. He was named Central Region coach of the year. In addition, it was announced after the tournament that he will be inducted into the Virginia Wrestling Hall of Fame. He said he had a lot of

The Mechanicsville Local

help, though, from his Warriors and more. “They’ve been working hard to get it,” Moore said. “I have a couple of parents that have been working with me for the last five years to make it happen. … It was a lot of individual work that they put into it. It wasn’t my work, it was that they chose to do what I want done, and they did a great job.” Other Matoaca wrestlers heading to the state tournament this weekend at Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax see WRESTLING, pg. 34 `

Ferbruary 15, 2012 33


Later a two-bagger up the middle by Walton drove in Meiners for a 3-0 advantage. It appeared as if R-MC would add to its lead in the bottom of the third after loading the bases with no outs. Freshman DH Tim Benjamin singled, Helbig was walked and Musser notched his second hit of the day on a successful bunt. But Meiners struck out then sophomore second baseman Kevin Carroll flew out into a double-play to end the inning. The Jackets also stranded runners in the fourth and fifth innings to leave the door open

for St. Mary’s in the sixth. Corey Napier led off with a double to center then advanced to second on a Johnson single. Napier then trimmed the R-MC lead to 3-1 on a sacrifice from Zach Nadolny. With two outs, Johnson reached second on a Nick Urso single then scored on an Alex Lenovitz shot to center. Leading 3-2 heading into the seventh and final inning of the double-header, Hedrick made the planned switch to freshman righty J.T. Williamson. “We pre-scripted it,” Hedrick said. “We knew exactly what we were going to do. We wanted to

make sure J.T. Williamson went out there with a clean slate at the start of an inning because we knew that just like any freshman pitcher, they’re going to be nervous and they’re going to have jitters, it’s going to be a little bit overwhelming.” Facing Williamson, Stewart led off with a single to right then knotted the game 3-3 on a Napier double to center. But Williamson bounced back to close out the side without further damage. R-MC had an opportunity to pick up the win in regulation when Jordan led off the bottom of the seventh with a triple to right center but he was left stranded. Williamson took down the side in the top of the eighth giving the Jackets another opportunity to go for the win. With one out, Broaddus sent a shot to short and beat out the throw to first. Next up, Jake Fletcher connected on a double which sent Broaddus home for the game winner. Both teams notched 10 hits in the contest and Williamson picked up his first win as a Yellow Jacket. On the day, Musser was 3for-3 with an RBI triple, a run,

Tinsley said. “I was really excited for the finals match. I’d wrestled Randy two times before – it was actually our third time. Every time it’s been close matches. … It’s always good, good competition.” Gregory was pretty nonchalant about his first region title, earned by pinning Matoaca’s Hundley in 2:44. “All I did was stay in the room and kept working hard,” Gregory said. “He wrestled pretty good on his part. I just caught him.” Michael Flora (120 pounds) and Patrick Sorey (195 pounds), earned second-place finishes for the Hawks. Other Hawks qualifying for the state tournament include Henry Reeves, who finished third in the 220-pound

class, and fourth-place finishers Michael Engels (145 pounds) and Zach Erb (285 pounds). In addition to Loving, LeeDavis will be sending three wrestlers to the state tournament: Collin van Allen, who finished second in the 126pound class; and fourth-place finishers Chris Morris (106 pounds) and Sawyer Barksdale (120 pounds). “The guys came and battled and wrestled excellent,” said Lee-Davis coach Josh Tyler. “We’re taking four to the state – I’m excited about that. … I’d like to get a few state places, maybe even a state title for some of these guys.” Tyler complimented Matoaca’s victorious effort. “They’ve got a phenomenal

team, top to bottom. They’re all aggressive. They’re all excellent wrestlers. They’re very physical and their takedowns are outstanding.” Atlee is sending two wrestlers to the state tournament: Mario Ramirez, who was knocked unconscious in a freak head-butting accident with Cosby’s Ryan Taylor in the 285pound title match, and Isaac Mackey, who finished fourth in the 182-pound class. “Overall it’s been an improvement over the past couple of years,” said Atlee coach Steve Lagow. “We got more people in [the region tournament]. We were hoping to get a couple more to states, but like I’ve said before, we’re a young team. I’m happy with what we’ve done.

BASEBALL Continued from pg. 33 b

The two teams remained scoreless heading into the bottom of the second when R-MC’s Michael Helbig reached on a lead-off walk bringing Musser to the plate. The redshirt junior catcher out of Lee-Davis waited three years for his opportunity to start but he wasted little time making an impact. Musser took the first pitch from Devon Jerrard and blistered a rope past Stewart in right for an RBI triple, driving in Helbig for a 1-0 lead. “People with good attitudes are always going to find success at some point and Matt has maintained a positive attitude for the better part of three years,” said R-MC head coach Ray Hedrick. “His success is very well deserving. “I couldn’t have been happier to see Matt lead off in that role, that capacity,” Hedrick added. Freshman shortstop Nate Meiners reached via walk and stole second while Broaddus battled at the plate. A RBI groundout to second from Broaddus plated Musser to put the Jackets up 2-0.

WRESTLING Continued from pg. 33 b

include second-place finishers Michael Hundley (106 pounds), Dylan Schuster (113 pounds) and Stuart Jefferson (138 pounds) as well as fourthplace finisher Michael Ramos (152 pounds). Hanover boasts of two regional champions, J.D. Gregory (106 pounds) and Tanner Tinsley (170 pounds). Tinsley is coming to the end of his high school career. Gregory is just beginning his. Tinsley defeated his friend, Randy Loving of Lee-Davis, in a close 10-7 decision for his second regional title. “It’s kind of crazy to think it’s going to be over next week,”

34

Charlie Leffler/The Local

Randolph-Macon’s Matt Musser rounds second in a sprint. Musser’s RBI triple in the second opened the scoring for the Yellow Jackets on Saturday.

The Mechanicsville Local February 15, 2012

a stolen base and was intentionally walked in his final at-bat. “He’s going to have a good year because he’s been very patient and all about the team,” Hedrick said of Musser. The second game of the double-header reached a scoreless third inning when snow started to fall. Things turned cold for R-MC as St. Mary’s quickly scored four runs on some well placed hits and lucky bounces. “I think it all, no pun intended, kind of snow-balled a little bit,” Hedrick said. The freezing temperatures and heavy snow most likely effected Helbig’s pitching. However, the game was soon called and it proved to be a teaching opportunity for Hedrick. “There was a lot of teaching tools both in the second game and the first game that I think we’re going to be able to use,” he said. Overall, Hedrick was pleased with the opening day performance. “I don’t think we were perfect by any stretch of the imagination, but I don’t think any team is necessarily perfect opening day,” he said. “We left too many runners on base and missed out on too many oppor-

tunities to separate from them early in the game. “Overall I thought it was an above average effort. The main difference between this year and last year is that we won that game. Last year we blew that game late, blew the lead late and we weren’t able to come back and overcome the adversity that we were able to overcome this year. I think that was a big character win for us. This year we were able to do the things to win that game whereas last year we didn’t.” R-MC returns to action Wednesday, Feb. 15 when they travel to Newport News to take on highly ranked Christopher Newport in a 2 p.m. start. “They are the team to beat in our region,” Hedrick said. “I think they are preseason #4-#5 in the country depending on what poll that you read. I think they’ve got all their hitters back including Billy Steel from LeeDavis. They’ve got two or three of their top arms back. “I expect it’s going to be a challenging matchup for us given the veteran experience they have and where they’ve been over the last year,” Hedrick said. “I think it will be fine but they’re going to be good.”

Patrick Henry’s Jake Harris also advanced to the state tournament, finishing fourth in the 170-pound class. Along with his Hawks, Bradley is looking forward to the state tournament. “I think the seven that we’re taking are ready to go,” Bradley said. “They’re pretty battle-tested. They’ve been around the state. We’ve been to Maryland, we’ve been to Delaware. They’ve had some top-shelf competition.” He knows they have more work to do, though. “There’s always improvements you can make after every tournament,” Bradley said. “We’ll go back to work and try to fix them on Monday and Tuesday.”

Team scores: 1. Matoaca 207.5, 2. Hanover 155.5, 3. Cosby 141.5, 4. Midlothian 110, 5. Lee-Davis 100, 6. J.R. Tucker 97.5, 7. Thomas Dale 94.5, 8. Mills E Godwin 77, 9. Deep Run 73, 10. Atlee 71, 11. Colonial Heights 70, 12. Hermitage 64, 13. Hopewell 54, 14. Meadowbrook 51.5, 15. Varina 47.5, 16. L.C. Bird 40, 17. Henrico 39, 18. Prince George 36.5, 19. James River 36, 20. Petersburg 33, 21. Patrick Henry 26, 22. Huguenot 25.5, 23. Douglas Freeman 25, 24. Glen Allen 22.5, 25. Dinwiddie 16, 25. (tie) Highland Springs 16, 27. Clover Hill 4, 27. (tie) Manchester 4, 29. George Wythe 0, 29. (tie) Maggie Walker 0, 29. (tie) Armstrong 0, 29. (tie) Monacan 0, 29. (tie) John Marshall 0. For complete results go to ww.mechlocal.com.


Patrick Henry’s Valasek takes All-Around title By Dave Lawrence For The Mechanicsville Local After a long season and several hours of grueling competition, the gymnasts gathered at Deep Run High School had enough energy to take down and set aside physical evidence of the meet they had just participated in. They had enough energy to rush out in groups to see snow falling over Short Pump. They had enough energy to dance together to music blaring over the gym loudspeakers. Quite a few of them, led by members of the Mills Godwin and Atlee teams, will need a bit more energy for another kind of dance – the VHSL state meet at Salem High School in Virginia Beach this weekend. The Eagles narrowly edged the Raiders to claim the Central Region gymnastics title, 146.4 to 145.725. Host Deep Run finished third with a score of 141.5, and Patrick Henry finished fourth with a score of 135.35. “I feel ecstatic. This is the

Dave Lawrence/For The Local

Hanover’s Hannah Andrzejewski makes a near-perfect landing during the vault in the Central Region meet.

happiest I’ve ever been as a coach,” said Mills Godwin coach Anna McLaughlin. “It is a huge accomplishment for our school and our team to go from third place last year all the way to first.” McLaughlin, who had added reason to feel ecstatic – she was named Central Region coach of the year – said newcomers to her roster made the difference. “We had some key additions,” McLaughlin said. “Two seniors, Megan Love and Alexa Cohen. This was their first and last year. Emily Cohen is a freshman, and Amirah Anderson

is also a freshman. They had had really strong scores and provide us with a lot of depth throughout our lineup. … Of course, our key girls – Emily Maynard, Maddy Greene and Kelly Price – that we’ve had, they also helped a lot.” Alexa Cohen won the uneven bars and tied for second – with Patrick Henry’s Kristen Valasek – behind Deep Run’s Lauren Stewart in the balance beam. Love tied Atlee’s Allie Lewis for the top spot in the vault, and finished second in the beam. Maynard edged Lewis for the top spot in the

floor performance. While the Eagles finished on top, Atlee had three of the top eight all-around gymnasts: Lewis, finished third behind AllAround champion Valasek and Lee-Davis’ Hannah Chenault. Brianna MacKay finished sixth, and Derika Banks finished seventh. “I’m so proud. They’re super strong and mentally, mentally tough,” said Atlee coach Donna Kohler. “They really poured it on.” Rounding out the top eight all-around gymnasts were Maynard in fourth place, Stewart in fifth, and Deep Run’s Megan Craig in eighth place. The top four – Valasek, Chenault, Lewis, and Maynard – advance to the state meet in the all-around competition. Valasek was named gymnast of the year. In addition to Chennault, Lee-Davis will be sending Anna Glascock to the state meet. Glascock qualified in the floor competition by finishing eighth. Lee-Davis coach Cy Witherow thought the Confederates might have done a bit better if not for a couple of events.

Raider boys and girls sweep swim titles By George Templeton Media General News Services Atlee High and Maggie Walker Governor’s School fought a back-and-forth battle for the Central Region boys swimming championship that came down to the final event, the 400-yard freestyle on Saturday at NOVA. Backed by fast final legs from Shane Condon and Jesse Burnley, the Raiders won the event to edge the Green Dragons for the team title by two points. “I knew it would be close when the (lineup) sheet came out,” Atlee coach Karen Seeber

said. “I had a talk with the team and I told them stay strong through the whole meet.” In the girls competition, the Raiders won one individual event but used their depth to win by 55 points. “We’ve got a lot of young, talented swimmers who’ve really come up this year,” Seeber said. “I thought we would be pretty good. We beat 22 teams at the Kecoughtan Invitational and we’re very excited about the state meet.” While the last relay pushed Atlee over the top in the boys competition, the first event of the night — the 200 medley

relay — provided the crucial difference. In a seesaw race where both teams led during the final leg, the Raiders edged the Green Dragons by .05 seconds. “When it’s that close, you really can’t tell who won,” MWGS coach Rob Sultzer said. At the first break, the Green Dragons led by two points. At the second break, it was the Raiders by one. “We wanted our swimmers to concentrate on swimming their best,” Sultzer said. “We didn’t want them to worry about the standings.” After the second break,

Burnley and Austin Glass finished first and second, respectively, in the backstroke and were among four Raiders who finished in the top seven to widen the lead to 12 points. Maggie Walker struck back in the breaststroke with four swimmers in the top six to take a two-point lead. “It comes back to our best swimmers swam well, but some of our other swimmers did better than we thought,” Sultzer said. “We had swimmers we expected to finish seventh, eighth and ninth, finishing fifth and sixth.” see SWIMMING, pg. 39 `

“I thought everybody had a good day. … Hannah Chenault had a great day,” Witherow said. “It’s just our bars weren’t very strong and our beam wasn’t very strong.” The balance beam especially was giving a number of teams trouble. “They all said it wobbled,” Kohler said. “If one girl says it’s wobbly, then they all think it is. That must have been the word on the beam today for all the teams, because there wasn’t that many stuck routines on the beam today.” Valasek is the only Patriot heading to the state tournament, but Patrick Henry coach Austin Beazley was ecstatic about the progress the Patriots have made this year. “Our goal this year was to break 130 points, and we did that on Wednesday at Godwin. We got a 131, and today we got 135.425 and we are so excited,” Beazley said. “We’ve come so far. I’m proud of all the girls.” At that point, she started to

tear up, but regained her composure. “I don’t care what place we got, we just improved a lot,” Beazley said. Hanover is sending Hannah Burruss to the state meet. Burruss finished seventh on the balance beam. “All my girls had good days” said Hanover coach Jessica Moore. “My seniors especially – I wanted them to have a good time today, and they all had great routines.” Mills Godwin and Atlee claimed the Colonial and Capital District titles, respectively. Deep Run finished second in the Colonial, followed by Patrick Henry and Douglas Freeman. Lee-Davis finished second in the Capital, followed by Hanover, Glen Allen, Henrico and Varina. Team scores: Mills Godwin 146.4, Atlee 145.725, Deep Run 141.5, Patrick Henry 135.35, Lee-Davis 133.85, Hanover 133.6, Glen Allen 123.35, Henrico 116.35, Douglas Freeman 111.3, Varina 109.275. For complete scores go to www. mechlocal.com.

ATLEE LITTLE LEAGUE 2008 World Series Participants

2012 Baseball & Softball Registration Saturday, 1/21/12 and 2/18/12, 10 am to 2 pm at Cool Spring Baptist Church On-line registration for baseball, softball and Challenger opens at www.atleelittleleague.com on January 1st. Both new and returning players can be registered on-line. Challenger League Baseball gives mentally and physically challenged boys and girls an opportunity to play baseball within an organized structure. A birth certificate and proof of address are required for any player who has not previously participated in Atlee Little League.

2515238-01

Atlee finishes second behind Godwin

For further information and to register online, visit www.atleelittleleague.com or email cjblaum@comcast.net The Mechanicsville Local

Ferbruary 15, 2012 35


Jackets get textbook win over #3 Marlins By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com Randolph-Macon got a textbook team effort to defeat #3 Va. Wesleyan 54-51 on Wednesday night. Every Yellow Jacket player that entered the game pulled down at least one rebound. Every player scored and no player scored more than eight points. Lamar Giggetts and Andre Simon led the Jackets with eight points each, Jamie Robinson Akeem Holmes and Trent Walker each added six, Adam Desgain and Calvin Croskey five, Dylan Cole and Marcus Badget four and Connor Sullivan two. “That’s the definition of team effort,” Desgain said. Simon agreed. “Just a team effort,” he said. “We’re working on unity and it shows tonight.” Holmes noted likewise “That says that we are a team,” he said. “We’re not no one player show. Everybody comes in and gives it their all. We all give it a good effort it’s not one player over any other. We were balanced today.

Photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

Above: R-MC senior Adam Desgain draws contact as he makes a move around Va. Wesleyan’s Donald Vaughn (00). At right: R-MC’s Andre Simon (23), Marcus Badger (2) and Trent Walker (22) celebrate as the last second shot from D.J. Woodmore (1) bounces off the rim to secure the Jackets’ win over the #3 Marlins

Nobody was in double figures which pretty much shows we can do this as a team.” The R-MC defense limited the Marlins to 29.8 percent shooting, pulled down 31 defensive rebounds, got six blocks, two each by Robinson and Simon, and nine steals, four of which came at the hands of Desgain.

“Defensively, in the quarter court we can guard you, we can make you fight for every inch, make you fight for every basket,” said R-MC head coach Nathan Davis. “Offensively we’ve got a lot of guys that do a lot of things very well.” The victory was much welcomed after the Yellow Jackets saw their 11-game win streak

stopped in an uncanny performance at Washington & Lee the previous Saturday. “Saturday it definitely wasn’t the same team,” Desgain said. “We knew tonight we needed to make a statement and show Saturday was a flute. That was not us. I think we did a pretty good job of that.”

Va. Wesleyan and RandolphMacon came into the contest at the No. 2 and No. 4 ranked teams in the region. Therefore the outcome would also play into NCAA Tournament seeding. On November 30, the Marlins pulled out a three point win on their home floor and

both teams expected this game to also go to the wire. The margin separating the two squads over the last six meetings is a total of 11 points. Though Yellow Jackets held a double-digit lead late in the first half and midway through the second of the rematch, see JACKETS, pg. 37 `

Seniors go out in style, down Bridgewater 79-65 By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com

Charlie Leffler/The Local

R-MC senior Taylor Wieczorek (20) pulls down a rebound as Bridgewater’s Holly Morgan (30) looks on. Wieczorek led the Yellow Jackets with 24 points, nine rebounds and a block in the 79-65 senior day win over the Eagles.

36

The Mechanicsville Local February 15, 2012

Saturday afternoon marked senior day for four RandolphMacon women’s basketball players; Taylor Wieczorek, Maggie Roy, Molly Brown and Jillian Asay. But the celebration of the final regular season home contest against Bridgewater was overshadowed by the importance of the game itself. Entering the contest with a 10-7 record in the Old Dominion Athletic Conference play, it was a must-win game for the Yellow Jackets. Likewise, with a 10-6 ODAC record, the Eagles where the most impor-

tant team for R-MC to beat. “They’re a very good team and just because it was senior day doesn’t mean we could take them lightly,” Roy said. Asay agreed. “Bridgewater beat us at their place so we definitely wanted to go in there and not let them have two up on us in ODACs.” Led by 24 points from Wieczorek and 21 points for Roy, the Yellow Jackets started the second half on a 16-5 run to break open a tight contest and take the win 79-65. Charlie Leffler/The Local Roy notched seven steals as Senior Maggie Roy (21) dishes the ball inside past a group of R-MC utilized pressure defense Bridgewater defenders. Roy racked up 21 points, two assists, to come away with 19 takeaways seven steals and six rebounds in the important ODAC win over see STYLE, pg. 37 `

the Eagles.


JACKETS Continued from pg. 36 b

Wesleyan repeatedly fought their way back into the game. Randolph-Macon appeared to have the contest sewn up when a short jumper from Badger gave the Jackets their largest lead, 52-41, with 4:15 to play. But it was the last field goal R-MC would make in the contest. The Marlins’ Donald Vaughn, who finished with a game-high 14 points, scored six straight and a jumper from Tre’ Ford trimmed the lead to three over a two minute span. Wesleyan added two more when Chris Teasley stroked a pair of free throws to make

STYLE Continued from pg. 36 b

and force Bridgewater into 30 turnovers for the game. “We know that a lot of teams are turnover prone when we pressure them on defense, so that was definitely our goal, to get up on them and pick up the intensity,” Asay said. Roy agreed. “We know that they like to push the ball and they like to go back door so we were really concerned about that, but we stepped up our defense and got a lot of tips on the ball and got a lot of passes and that was our game plan.” R-MC head coach Carroll LaHaye was pleased with the defensive effort. “When we play the kind of defense that we want to play, and we don’t always do that, and we haven’t always done that, but we know that we can force turnovers and I thought we did a really good job of that tonight,” she said. Hot shooting got the Jackets off to an early 17-8 lead but an 11-2 run by Bridgewater knotted the game at 19 midway through the first half. The Jackets twice pushed the lead back to seven only to see the Eagles come storming back.

the lead one with :31 seconds remaining. Even though the shot clock was off, Badger looked to widen the R-MC lead when he drove to the basket for a one-on-one layup off the inbounds. But the ball rolled off and Vaughn pulled down the rebound giving Wesleyan a chance to go for the win. However, with 18 seconds remaining, D.J. Woodmore turned the ball over. He then fouled Desgain with 5.6 seconds remaining, sending the senior guard to the line for a oneand-one and an opportunity to cushion the Jackets’ lead. Desgain admitted he was not as calm as he looked when he stepped to the line. “Down inside I was a little nervous but Freshman Sarah Parson’s, who finished the day with 17 points, three assists and three rebounds, gave the Jackets a little momentum by scoring on a rebound and put-back 50 seconds before halftime to make give R-MC a 31-28 lead. But that didn’t slow the Eagles. A second half three by Bridgewater’s Holly Morgan (13 points) capped a 10-6 run to give Bridgewater their first lead of the game, 38-37, two and half minutes out of the locker room. A Wieczorek layup was followed by a Parsons’ three top but the Jackets back on to put Jenny Logan (13 points) pulled the Eagles back within on with a three of her own. With 14:52 left in the contest and R-MC clinging to a tenuous 42-41 lead, Asay, a 15.8 percent 3-point shooter this season, was left wide open beyond the arc on the left side. “I don’t know it was just a spur of the moment,” Asay said. “I saw I was open so I decided I was going to shoot it.” It was not the shot the coaches wanted. “It’s kind of like one of those things as a coach, you see her shooting and you’re ‘Oh, you’re not the person you want

back to defend, Desgain stroked both shots then watched as Woodmore’s desperation three bounced off the back of the rim at the buzzer. “It looked good from where I was,” Desgain said. Marlins forward Chris Astorga (14 points) created problems for the Jackets’ defense in the first half by connecting on 3-of-4 3-pointers, while teammate Tre’ Ford went 2-for-2 from behind the arc as Wesleyan went to the locker room shooting 62.5 percent from deep. Charlie Leffler/The Local In the second half the two A member of the Randolph-Macon student section tries to went 1-for-5 on threes due to intimidate the Marlins with a larger than life cutout of freshman the tight defense of Giggetts, center Hunter Fromang. Simon, Robinson and Desgain. I’ve always dreamed of stepping mate that I could knock them As a result, Wesleyan shot only 12.5 percent on threes in the up in that opportunity, being a down,” he said. senior and showing the teamWith all of his teammates second half.

“Every time he caught it they were there,” Davis said. “They were there so he didn’t get anything in rhythm. He had somebody on him all the time so it wasn’t just a catch and shoot and had to work to get a shot off.” On Saturday, R-MC Hanover alum Dylan Cole scored a career high 19 points and led the Jackets in a 110-72 rout of visiting Roanoke. The Yellow Jackets are now one win away from getting their 500th victory in Crenshaw Gymnasium. R-MC could reach that mark when they host Ferrum in their regular season home finale on Wednesday, Feb. 15. The game will also mark senior night for Desgain and Croskey.

sive rebound. The senior fell to the floor and did not move as play shifted to R-MC’s end of the floor. “I went down to get a layup and I turned around and she’s on the floor,” Roy said. “I was really concerned because she’s a huge part of our team.” Asay was eventually helped to her feet and ushered to the bench to be checked out. A few minutes later she was back in the game. “She’s a trooper,” Roy said. “Oh gosh, it made me feel great. It’s awesome to know that you have tough teammates around you that will come and play no matter what.” The senior day was especially sweet for Roy, Asay, Wieczorek and Brown after the way the

season began. After losing eight of their first 13 games, the group of Yellow Jacket seniors found the resolve to turn things around. “We just met up in the locker room one day and said we’re sick of losing,” Roy said. “There’s always a lot of struggles that you deal with,” Wieczorek said. “But just coming together as a team and realizing that without each person on the team you don’t have anything. We just tried to pull it together as a team and be as cohesive as possible and I think that’s what we were really missing in the beginning of the season. But as you saw tonight we played together more than we have any other game. It was fun to watch and it was fun to play in.” Now their careers has Yellow Jackets are quickly drawing to a close. “It feels like four years went by in five minutes,” Wieczorek said. “It was a sad day but we were all really excited to show our fans what we can do and show them our best in our last time out there.” The Yellow Jackets close out the regular season in Fri.Sat. match-ups at Roanoke and Hollins.

Photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

Randolph-Macon seniors Molly Brown, above, and Jillian Asay, above right, capped off senior day in style with a 79-65 win over Bridgewater.

taking that shot’,” LaHaye said. Asay hit nothing but net and her three sparked a 19-7 R-MC run to give them their largest lead, 66-50 with 6:03 to play, from which they went on to seal the win. It was Asay’s only score in the game. “She has throughout her career come up with the shot when we needed the shot,” LaHaye said. “I was happy for her today. Her parents, her family, were here and to see her take that three and make that three when we needed it.”

The Yellow Jackets went through two scary moments in the game. Late in the first half, Parson’s slammed into the media tables while going for a steal. She eventually climbed to her feet and hobbled to the bench but returned in the second half, merely a warrior sporting one more bandage. “She’ll take them,” LaHaye said. “She’s just a hustler all the way around.” The far more distressing moment came late in the game when Asay took a shot in the head while going for a defen-

The Mechanicsville Local

Ferbruary 15, 2012 37


Raiders become heartbreakers once again Atlee edges past Lee-Davis 54-53 By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com The first time Lee-Davis and Atlee faced off this season, it took three overtimes to decide the 105-102 outcome in favor of the host Raiders. When the two teams met in a rematch on Friday night in Mechanicsville, both expected a similar battle despite the fact that major players, who contributed a combined 70 points in that first contest, were no longer on the rosters for each team. The Confederates’ JD Harvey and the Raiders’ Ruben Rucker each scored 27 points in the initial meeting, neither played in the rematch. Likewise Atlee was without Kevin Drayton who scored 16 points in the first meeting. But a rivalry game is a rivalry game regardless of who is on the court and this one was a battle to the end before Atlee proved to be heartbreakers once more, edging out Lee-Davis 5453. “I told our athletic director after the game, for a sixth or seventh place team like us and

Photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

Above: Lee-Davis’ Shrevon Clark (32) makes a baseline move on Atlee’s Connor Heerman. Clark dominated play with a game high 26 points in the losing cause. At right: Atlee’s Brian Ratchford drive past the defense of Austin Rice (40) for a score. Ratchford paced the Raiders with 19 points.

an eighth place team like them, both games have been good basketball,� said Atlee head coach Phil Reynolds. “I know that we’re a little over-matched, both of us at the upper end of the district and all, but we both have good players, good competitors.� Brian Ratchford led the way for the Raiders scoring 19 points and hitting key free throws down the stretch. Shrevon Clark turned in Herculean effort for the

Spring Baseball Cooperstown Clinic GET READY FOR SPRING TRYOUTS

Hitting – Fielding – Pitching Training Enhance your special player's ability before the Spring season starts with Hanover's Top Baseball Training Facility and Coaching Staff

2565461-01

                             !      "#     $%#"$ & (#

March 5th, 6th and 7th ")$ *  +

!,

Limit: First 24 players

38

www.richmondbaseball.org ")$ *  + !,

www.richmondbaseball.org

The Mechanicsville Local February 15, 2012

Confederates, never taking a moment’s rest to score 26 points and leaving his heart on the floor in the loss. It was obvious the two teams were not going to break the century mark this time around when the score was tied 7-7 with two minutes left in the first quarter. However, at the same time there was every indication that the game could also be headed towards overtime as the Raiders found an answer for every Confederate surge.

www.mechlocal.com See slideshow online!

The period ended with LeeDavis leading 15-13 and Clark out-scoring Ratchford 10-9. By the close of the first half, Lee-Davis gradually widened the margin, leading 31-25 with six seconds to play. But Atlee’s Brian Miller swished a three from just across half court at the buzzer to cut that lead in half. Coming out of the locker room Lee-Davis took their larg-

est lead, 35-28, on baskets by LaDarien Autry (14 points) and Josh Brown. But Atlee went on an 8-2 run to quickly get back into the game. Ratchford connected on a jumper and freshman Quincy Randolf went to work connecting on consecutive 3-pointers from the right side to pull the Raiders within one, 37-36. “Huge threes,� Reynolds

said. “We talked about that in the locker room. He’s gotten better and better. He’s started for us all year. He’s still only 15 years old and he’s going to get better and better.� For Ratchford it was a welcome distraction to loose up the defense he was facing. “He came through really big,� he see RAIDERS, pg. 39 `

From 2-20 to 13-9, Confederate seniors complete turnaround place among district teams and Lee-Davis downs Atlee Atlee in seventh. 73-41 to clinch 3rd in district

By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com It was nearly a reversal of fortunes when the Lee-Davis girls basketball team hosted Atlee on Friday night. For years the Raiders sat at the top of the Capital District standings while the Confederates were battling to stay off the bottom. When the two teams took to the court for their regular season wrap-up, it was Lee-Davis sitting in third

The game unfolded as expected with the Confederates (13-9, 9-5 Capital) jumping out to a 27-7 first quarter lead then taking the win over the Raiders (3-19, 2-12) 73-41. The victory guarantees that regardless of what happens in the post season, Lee-Davis will finish the year with a winning record for the first time in‌ well, no one Charlie Leffler/The Local is really sure. For C-fed seniors Trina Lee-Davis senior Trina Gardner, right, battles Atlee’s Katie see LEE-DAVIS, pg. 39 `

Baldacci for a rebound during the Confederates 73-41 win over the Raiders.


RAIDERS Continued from pg. 38 b

said. “He’s been stepping up lately and hitting a lot of big shots for us so it’s always nice to have a guy that can knock down the threes.” Clark momentarily reopened the margin for Lee-Davis on a put-back, but Ratchford found the basket once again then dished off to Ross Gardner to give Atlee their first lead of the game, 4039, with 54 seconds remaining in the third. That lead lasted 25 seconds as Clark put Lee-Davis back on top just before the end of the period. Brown gave the Confederates a 45-42 lead on a looping shot at the beginning of the fourth but Lee-Davis then went scoreless for over three minutes. Atlee took advantage. Ratchford connected on a

LEE-DAVIS Continued from pg. 38 b

Gardner, Logan Bryan and Casey Price, the day has been a long time coming. As freshmen, Gardner and Bryant were part of a C-fed squad that finished with two wins and 20 losses. But when Coach Alvin Puller took over the team three years ago, he began an amazing transformation. “We went from two games up to 13 and it’s a tremendous change,” Gardner said. “Started out as a freshman and built it up to my senior year, actually being third in the district, that’s a huge, huge change.” However, Bryan said the four-year turnaround has not really come as a surprise. Bryan and Gardner were the forerunners of a talented group making the transition from Stonewall Jackson Middle School to LeeDavis. “I knew all the girls coming up had great chemistry,” Bryan said. “It would take a couple of years, but by my senior year we would have great

jumper and Rashawn Winters on a three. When Ratchford nailed both shots on a one-andone with 4:26 remaining, Atlee had pulled ahead 49-45. But then it was Atlee’s turn to go through a three minute draught while Clark scored on a dish inside from Autry then converted a pair of free throws to tie the game at 49. With 1:47 remaining, Autry calmly converted two free throws to put Lee-Davis on top 51-49. However, Randolf found gold once again for the Raiders, stroking third three of the night to put Atlee up 52-51 with 1:28 left in the game. There was under a minute remaining when Brown put up a three to give Lee-Davis lead. It missed but Clark was there to pull in the rebound and score on a put-back. With 21.1 seconds left, Ratchford drove into the paint,

drew contact from Austin Rice and made both free throws giving Atlee the lead once more. Lee-Davis had one final shot at the win inbounding the ball from the sidelines with 10.2 seconds remaining. Brown passed in to Autry who went back to Brown. When the guard tried to throw inside to Clark, Ratchford was there to get a hand on the ball and tip it way as the clock expired. “We decided we were going to go two-three and just try to deny them and try not let them score, keep them away from the basket,” Ratchford said. “We ended up getting a turnover so everything worked out good.” After battling through difficulties and losses all season, Reynolds was proud of how his team responded down the stretch. “We talked about that and tried not to talk about it too much,” he said. “But after the game I told them; there’s

other sports (at Atlee)- we have a great athletic program. I don’t think there’s a group at Atlee that represents our school better than these guys. They’ve handled a lot of adversity- The big thing is, I told them we can feel sorry for ourselves or we can just go forward. The bottom line is for those 32 minutes it’s two teams that’s just going and hitting each other in the mouth and that’s what sports is. “I’m extremely proud of these guys, not just for this win but for the way they’ve dealt with a lot of things this year.”

chemistry and be able to pull out the winning season.” Price came to Lee-Davis during her sophomore year but she was well aware of the basketball team’s past. “It’s amazing,” she said. “I wasn’t a part of it but they talk about it and it’s definitely a driving force to come from that low to up here is a good feeling.” The Lee-Davis players did not have to look far into their past to get a glimpse of where they came from. Atlee is currently undergoing rebuilding such as the 2009 Confederate squad. But Coach LaTanya Collins has her extremely young group playing hard and by their senior year they should have completed a turnaround as well. A cornerstone to that rebuilding process is the play of All-District second-teamer Steph Staples. Staples continued to provide and offensive spark even though she has been the focus of every opposing defense. But the team has grown because of her influence. Against Lee-

Davis, Staples scored 11 of the Raiders’ first 21 points. But when foul trouble began to mount for Staples (14 points), Katie Baldacci (8 points) and Jamari Blackwell (12 points) stepped up for the offense. However, it was ball-handling and turnovers that did more damage to the Atlee than lack of offensive production. Yet, that can largely be attributed to the smothering LeeDavis defense. Gardner, Price and Bryan combined for 16 steals. Many of Gardner’s game high seven steals came off Atlee inbounds plays that ended up as Confederate layups. Three of the first 11 Lee-Davis field goals came off steals. Sharing the ball also proved to be a huge asset for Lee-Davis. Six of the Confederates’ first 11 field goals came off an assist with Price (9 assists) leading the way. While Bryan (17 points) led the way in scoring among the seniors, it was All-District first team selection Caroline Naumann who did the most

damage in the post, scoring 20 points and pulling down nine rebounds. On Tuesday night at 7 p.m., Lee-Davis will host #6 seed Henrico in the Capital District quarterfinals with the winner earning a berth in the regional tournament. Though the Confederates will be favored in the contest, all three seniors recall last season when they were in a similar position only to be upset by Hanover. Gardner, Bryan and Price said that loss has been on their minds all year and is something that will not happen in this year’s tournament. Likewise, Price brings an added advantage to post season play from being part of the LeeDavis softball team that made back-to-back trips to the state championship game. “It really does, knowing what it’s like to win and bringing that over here,” she said. “Knowing what you have to do, the work you have to put into it and what it feels like to be on top, it definitely transfers over.”

SWIMMING Continued from pg. 35 b

But the last relay went to Atlee and was a testament to the team ethic Seeber stresses. “We can’t win a meet with just Shane and Jesse,” Seeber said. “I always say that when you can grab a point here or a couple of points there that can make the difference. It’s about 56 kids on one team.”

BOYS Team scores: 1. Atlee 168, 2. Maggie Walker GS 166, 3. Colonial Heights 59, 4. Hanover 45, 5. Patrick Henry 39, 6. Lee-Davis 23. ATLEE 54, LEE-DAVIS 53 Boys swimmer of the year: Matt Atlee…………... 13 15 12 14 – 54 Elliott, Hanover Lee-Davis…....... 15 16 10 12 – 53 GIRLS ATLEE (5-17, 4-10 Capital) Grey 3, Team scores: 1. Atlee 166, 2. Maggie Bazemore 2, Randolf 11, Miller 4, Walker GS 111, 3. Lee-Davis 72, Ratchford 19, Heerman 3, Gardner 4. Colonial Heights 61, 5. Patrick 4, Hurd 0, Winters 8. Henry 45, 6. Hanover 39. LEE-DAVIS (5-17, 0-14) Brown 7, Girls swimmer of the year: Melissa Stallings 2, Bolden 4, Autry 14, Clark Davis, Lee-Davis. Co-coaches of 26, Rice 0, Pearson 0, Kunca 0. the year: Karen Seeber, Atlee; Rob 3-points: Atlee- Randolph 3, Sultzer, Maggie Walker GS Ratchford 2, Winters 2, Miller 1. For compete results go to www. Lee-Davis- Autry 2. mechlocal.com

For Price, that key is simple. “Just do what we’ve been doing all year,” she said. “We practice hard. Our coaches give us great game plans and we just have to execute in games.” Likewise for Bryan. “Every single win we just keep building, building, building, building,” she said. “We don’t let up in practice we don’t let up in games.” Said Gardner; “If we keep this mentality, keep our mindsets that we want to go to region and possibly states, all we have to do it keep our minds straight, stay focused and keep that mentality and we will be a good team.” LEE-DAVIS 73, ATLEE 41 ATLEE (3-19, 2-12 Capital) — Staples 14, Mullen 0, Matthews 2, Smith 0, Blackwell 12, Baldacci 8, Tillson 0, Walker 3, Mueller 2, Gordon 0. Totals 14 13-19 41. LEE-DAVIS (13-9, 9-5) — Infanti 0, Winston 8, Farber 0, Tuck 4, Bryan 17, McIntyre 2, Morrison 0, Price 8, Gardner 12, Naumann 20, Hughes 2, Fisher 0. Totals 29 14-23 73. Atlee.................... 7 20 5 9 — 41 Lee-Davis............ 27 18 15 13 — 73 3-point goals — L: Bryan. Highlights — L: Caroline Naumann 9 rebounds; Trina Gardner 7 steals; Casey Price 9 assists, 4 steals; Logan

The Mechanicsville Local

Lee-Davis girls take district Indoor title Staff reports The Lee-Davis girls track team claimed the Capital District Indoor title this past weekend at the Ashe Center, edging out Armstrong 113108.5. Atlee was a close third with 104.5 points followed by Highland Springs and Hanover. Highland Springs took the boys title over Atlee 178-164. Lee-Davis was third followed by Hanover. The teams will face off once again in the Central Region meet this Friday and Saturday at the Ashe Center. BOYS Team scores: Highland Springs 178, Atlee 164, Lee-Davis 86, Hanover 57, Glen Allen 37, Henrico 33, Varina 23. LJ: Marcus Taylor (HS) 21-6; TJ: Tyrell Eaton (LD) 42-6; HJ: Dre Bennett (Atl) 6-0; SP: Cole Stout (Atl) 46-2; PV: Trey Rydel (A) 13-3; 3,200 relay: Hanover (James Poyer, Mario Piccolomini, Blake Woodring, Lucas Nachman) 8:45.2; 55 H: Leon Pollard (HS) 7.96; 55: Kenny Spurlock (Han) 6.74; 1600: Nathaniel Hall (Atl) 4:33.64; 1,600 relay: Highland Springs (Taylor, Quashod Williams, Ramon Kinchen, Da’Quan Anderson) 1:39.09; 500: Brandon Hunt (Atl) 1:10.68; 1,000: Poyer (Han) 2:43.46; 300: Devon Thompson (HS) 38.12; 3200: Hall (Atl) 10:00.34; 1600 relay: Glen Allen (Tyral Griffin, Ben Greene, Richard Beckett-Ansa, Javon Guerrier) 3:46.84. GIRLS Team scores: Lee-Davis 113, Armstrong 108.5, Atlee 104.5, Highland Springs 87.5, Hanover 70, Henrico 51, Glen Allen 33, Varina 8.5. LJ: Lachyna Roe (Hen) 17-06; TJ: Sholanda Cary (Hen) 36-03; HJ: Sherhae Holloway (HS) 504; SP: Asia Smith (HS), 40-00.75; PV: Alexandra Farnsworth (LD) 8-09; 3,200 relay: Lee-Davis (Bonny Turnage, Victoria Doss, Hailey Uliasz, Madison Doss) 10:05.19; 55 H: Mackenzie Scott (Han) 8.71; 55 Dallas Tennessee (LD) 7.57; 1600: Turnage (LD) 5:15; 1,600 relay: Armstrong (Sydnee Lopes, Alea Stevens, Kaitlynn Scott, Kenya Rollins) 1:54.00; 500: Darsheal Cook (HS) 1:22.71; 1,000: Katharine Leitch (Atl) 3:11.38; 300: Alexis Pringle (Atl) 43.61; 3200: Molly Breidenbaugh (Han) 11:26.00; 1600 relay: Armstrong (Stevens, Lopes, Scott, Latifah Neblett-Burrell) 4:20.16.

Ferbruary 15, 2012 39


CLASSIFIEDS Commercial Real Estate for Rent ∫ OFFICE & DESK SPACE

8103 Mechanicsville Pike -Zoned Business (B-3) 4 doors up from the Windmill, Lots of parking 5 rooms w/walk up attic for storage Call 550-2905 ASHLAND - Beautifully restored office space on the tracks. 1, 2 or 3 room suites with original wainscot, exposed brick, hardwood floors & sky lights. Call Sharon, 937-9148.

RETAIL PLACES & STORES FOR RENT Ashland - 2,000 sq. feet retail space with lots of original wainscot & other original features. Located on the tracks. Call Sharon 937-9148

Homes for Sale FARMS, LAND, TIMBER 13.5 WOODED ACRES- Off Scotchtown Road, Hanover County. Gravel Road access through new subdivision. Leave message at 239-826-3628 HOME SITES, LOTS, LAND Powhatan - 1.42 acre corner lot. Drainfield recorded. $39,950. For Sale By Owner, 804-598-4543

Residential for Rent ∫ APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED 8290 Gethsemane Court Apt. 15, 2-Bedrooms, 1-bath. 2-story with range, refrigerator, HVAC & washer/dryer hook up. $725/month. Available April 1st! Section 8 approved. Call Dennis 746-8630 or 513-0717. King William - Colonial Square 2-bdrm, eat-in kitchen, washer/dryer, excellent location. From $715/mo. Call 804-769-0867, www.colonial-squareapartments.com

Place your ad here and it will be delivered to over 25,000 households. Call 746-1235 or email sales@mechlocal.com for advertising information.

40

The Mechanicsville Local

PLACE YOUR AD TODAY

(804) 746-1235 ext. 3

FAX: (804) 379-6215 or classifieds@midlothianexchange.com

APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED

HOUSES UNFURNISHED

LakeRidge Square Apartments , Voted Hanover’s Best for 2010! "Superior" Resident Satisfaction Award! Your "Home" , Our " Pleasure" Spacious 2BR/2BA Apartment Homes. Washer/Dryer /Alarm and all Appliances included. Prices from $850! www.lakeridgesquare.com 866-610-1221 804-550-3566 Fax 2 miles from VCC Mall and all conveniences!

Village of Mechanicsville 2-3 Bedroom, 1 Bath. Living & Dining room. Washer/dryer, refrigerator & stove. No smoking. No pets. Available Feb. 1st. $975. per month + deposit. Call 804-929-3672.

HOUSES UNFURNISHED 3-Bedroom, 1-Bath, New Kitchen, Hardwood Floors, W/D Hook-Ups, Central A/C, Located on 301 Near Dawn in Caroline Co. $900 mo + 1 month Security Deposit. 1 Year Lease. Credit Check. No Inside Pets. Call 804-335-6282 4-BEDROOM, 2-BATH 2200 SQ. FT FARM HOUSE LOCATED IN HANOVER FARMS ON 1 ACRE LOT. COLD HARBOR SCHOOL DISTRICT. MODERN IMMENSITIES. AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. $1250/MONTH PLUS $1250 SECURITY DEPOSIT. CALL 873-7765. 7394 Roosevelt Avenue, Mech. 23111 3-bedroom, 2-bath Just Remodeled. Master Bath, Walk-in Closet & all on 1-level. No steps. Will sacrifice rent for neat clean responsible tenant. Call 550-2905. Schools: Mech. Elem, Chickahominy & Atlee High. 1350 sq. ft w/shed. Hanover - Atlee Schools Greenridge Subdivision Spacious, like new, two story with approximately 2200 square feet. 4 BRs, 2 1/2 baths, master BR has walk-in closet, Master bath has ceramic shower w/jets, garden tub, double bowl vanity. Den with gas fp, huge renovated kitchen with island bar, granite tops, upgraded appliances, game room, large shed, fenced yard, paved drive, generator, washer, dryer, refrigerator and more!!! All lawn care provided!! $1,995 per month. Available February 15. Call 241-6450 or 363-4380. Mechanicsville - 3-bedroom, 2-bath with great room. 8056 Lee Ave. All Appliances. $1100/month. Available April 1st, 2012. Call Dennis 746-1371 or 513-0717. Section 8 Approved. Mechanicsville - Rancher with in-law suite. 1st floor 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath, Living & Dining rooms & den. In-law suite has den, 1-bedroom, 1-bath & full kitchen. All appliances. No smoking. No pets. Atlee School District. $1350/month plus security deposit. Call 781-0292. Mechanicsville /Studley Hanover Town Road $1050 per mo. + $800 Security Deposit. 3bedroom, 1.5 bath ranch on 3 acres. Includes Washer/Dryer, Range, Dishwasher & Frig. No Inside Pets. New Heat & AC. Hanover High, Oak Knoll & Rural Point Elem. Available Now. Call 241-8948. Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 for more details!

February 15, 2012

WANTED RESIDENTIAL Wanted To Rent - garage, barn or small warehouse space for storage and workshop. Must be reasonable and secure. Mechanicsville Route 360 area. Call 338-9702 or jrcraner@comcast.net

Business & Service Directory AC & HEATING ELIMINATE YOUR HEATING BILLS. OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Call today 804-966-5411

ADULT CARE ADULT PRIVATE HOME - offering 24/7 care in our home. 18 years experience. References available. Located near Memorial Regional Hospital. Call 804-559-3316. Assisted living in private home in hanover county. Semi-private or private room available. 24-7. 10 years experience. Excellent References. Excellent Care. 804-512-2670 House Cleaning/Companion Care Experienced. Excellent References. Great Rates! Free Estimates. Call 262-2603

CHILD CARE Child Care available in my Kings Charter home. Toddlers & Afterschool. Experienced & References. Please call 368-7167. FT/PT openings in a Great, Learning & Loving Day Care. 25 yrs exp. Call 909-2333. Full time opening for toddler and part time and afterschool openings, in my Pebble Creek home. Non Smoker. 8 years experience. BPES bus line. Tax Deductible. Call 746-4049.

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING

Affordable Professional Cleaning. Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthy, One Time. Bonded & Insured. Member BBB. Call Laurie, 305-4068.

Call Kelly Cleans 938-5181 We Specialize in Church Cleanings Resisdential and Commercial Mary C. Home Cleaning Specializing in Residential Bonded & Insured 803-1557

Email us at news@mechlocal.com

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING

Pardon the Mess Cleaning Service Home & Office with a Personal Touch. Insured. Call 363-1410 T-N-T Cleaning Inc. offers regular & Spring cleaning for res/comm. & new construction. Bonded. Ins. Call 746-8805

Will Clean your Home or Office Reasonable Rates. References. Mon. - Fri. Please call 543-8099, ask for Donna HAIR & BARBER HAIR STYLIST experienced with All Hair Types Clipper/Razor Cuts, Color, Highlighting, Balayage, Perms, Styling, and Waxing. Affordable Prices. Please call Ashlee Mitchell at 385-3617.

HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $350 up to $1,000. No title needed - free towing. 804-677-0156 FREE TOWING No Title Needed. $350/up CASH PAID for all Junk Cars/Trucks. 804-247-8640.

TAX PREPARATION

Davis Financial Services, LLC Tax Preparation Serving Hanover & Surrounding Areas Convenient - I can come to You

Henry Davis III, CPA - Call 914-6233

Announcements ADOPTIONS ADOPT - A happily married couple promises to cherish/unconditionally love your beautiful baby. Lovely home awaits near beaches, great schools. lisa.joselph2008@yahoo.com, Lisa/Joe 1-888-849-4340, www.lisajoeadopt.info

YARD & ESTATE SALES BIG Three Family Yard Sale - Furniture and Everything Sat. Feb. 18th, 8 am - 12 pm. 9457 Deer Stream Drive, 23116 near Atlee High School - Rain or Shine

ADVERTISE Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call us at 746-1235 or Toll Free (877) 888-0449 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Local in print and online! Ask about our upcoming special sections!


Merchandise FIREWOOD & FUEL Firewood - Oak & Hickory. Small & Large Load Delivered. 804-746-1281 Seasoned Firewood For Sale. Small/Large Loads Delivered. Call 229-2694

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-340-0143. FOR SALE 2 Person burial plot with all cemetary services - Signal Hill Cemetary. Asking $6000. If purchased through cemetary, over $8000. Call R. Jones 804-363-8167

Recruitment ACCOUNTING & FINANCE

AP/PAYROLL ADMINSTRATOR Immediate position for Payroll specialists with at least 5 years’ experience. Must be able to administer entire payroll from start to finish for multistate payroll. Position includes Human Resources and Accounts Payable. Must be familiar with construction and job costing. Proficient in MS Excel, Word and Outlook. Looking for strong selfmotivated individual able to work under pressure with minimal supervision. Good verbal and written communication skills. Good organizational and multi-tasking skills. Fax Resume to (804) 537-5550 or Email Resume to: http://www.ec-m.com

CLERICAL & ADMINISTRATIVE Receptionist for busy multi-doctor medical office located in Mechanicsville. Duties to include greeting patients, answering phones, working with medical software, verification of insurance, managing patient flow & working a complicated patient schedule. Must be enthusiastic, a team player & be able to multi-task. Previous medical office experience is a must! Permanent part-time position, 8am-1pm, M-F with flexibility to cover additional shifts. Pay is based on experience. We are excited to welcome the right person. Submit resumes to: Human Resources, 5300 Hickory Park Drive, Ste. 104, Glen Allen, VA. 23059.

RESTAURANT & FOOD SERVICE Part-time Cocktail Server & Cook needed for Calabash Seafood, 7514 Lee Davis Rd. Call 746-8630 Tuesdays & Wednesday, 6pm to 8pm.

Place your ad here and it will be delivered to over 25,000 households. Call 746-1235 or email sales@mechlocal.com for advertising information.

TECHNOLOGY

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT

SALES

Technical Project Manager in Glen Allen, VA. Manage & execute projects implemented in web & mobile technologies. Document business requirements; supervise & manage the coding effort of Programmers; oversee QA testing; coordinate UAT with Users; provide assistance with production deployment. Mail resume to V. Mehta, Data Concepts, Inc., 4405 Cox Road, Suite 140, Glen Allen, VA 23060.

Top pay on excellent runs! Frequent hometime and steady miles. Regional runs plus new equipment! Automatic detention pay! CDL-A, 6 mos. Exp. req. EEOE/AAP. 866-326-2679. www.Drive4Marten.com

Sales Associates needed to work for Hanover Habitat for Humanity Restore, Wednesday through Saturday 2 to 3 days per week. Must have open availability, be customer service oriented & have 2-3 yrs. of retail experience. Apply in person at 8177 Mech. Trnpk, 23111, behind Cold Harbor Restaurant.

Sr. Programmer Analyst (Glen Allen, VA) Program migration reports. Use Mercury IT Governance v.6.5. Maintain security development, test, production instances versions 10.7/11.03/11.5.9 Oracle Apps Suite. Create app setups/controls for Oracle security process. Create JTF roles; PVCS v. 8.1.0, version. Develop PL/SQL triggers. Generate report profitability data, mark-to-market, average acquisition cost to various work locations. Bachelor in C.S. or Engineering plus 5 years experience. Mail resumes to VM Strategies LLC, 11219-A Nuckols Rd., Glen Allen, VA 23059.

HEALTHCARE Lab Specialist in Richmond, VA. Basic & clinical research protocols, including microsurgery on rats, histological & statistical analysis & neurophysiologic testing. Mail resumes to Deborah Slayden, VCU Health System Authority, 701 East Franklin Street, 9th Floor, Richmond, VA 23219.

Work Closer to Home Need CNAs, NAs, PCAs for Home Care in your area! Medicaid Personal Care & Private Duty cases available Weekday & Weekend Opportunities

Contact Jeannie Miller 804-674-7130

Drivers-Increased Freight! No-Touch & Have a Home Life! Great Weekly Pay, Benefits! CDL-A, 2yrs Exp. Swing Transport: 1-800-849-5378 Title underwriter/closing assistant: Immediate opening for an experienced title insurance underwriter who can also perform real estate closings. Please send resume with salary requirements to titleunderwriter777@gmail.com FOSTER PARENTS NEEDED Foster Parents needed to provide nurturing homes to foster children. Long term or short term placements. Call for information on the next training class at 804-730-0444, Ext. 202.

NOW HIRING Companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 wkly potential. 1-985-646-1700 , Dept. VA-2713 Drivers Class-B CDL: Great Pay & Home-Time! NoForced Dispatch! New singles from Dublin, VA terminal to surrounding states. 888-567-4861 Part-Time Counter Clerk for cleaners Must have own transportation. Call 550-2991

ABC LICENSES

Roland Wade Hughes trading as: Wade’s Produce and Seafood, 5912 Cold Harbor Road, Mechanicsville, Hanover County, Virginia 23111. The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL for a Beer and Wine Off Premises license to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Roland Wade Hughes, OWNER NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS ADDITIONS

ELECTRICAL

L&G Construction, LLC ∂Additions ∂ Garages ∂ Attics ∂ Kitchen ∂ Baths ∂ Basement ∂ Windows ∂ Decks ∂ Porches Lic/Ins ∂ Member BBB A+ Rating References ∂ Free Estimates Call 382-9735

CARPENTRY Affordable Home Repairs Carpentry, Roofing, Siding, Replacement Windows Gutters & Decks. Lic/Ins. Jim Martin, 347-3812

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT

CHIMNEY CLEANING

Hair Stylist and Nail Technicians This is a wonderful business opportunity to bring your own clientele, control your own schedule and prices. You keep more of the money you earn. We are looking for someone who is friendly, professional, caring and works well with others. We are located in a very nice shopping center near 295 and route 301 minutes from just about any where in Richmond and Mechanicsville area. Hair Country has been in business for over 31 years and is simply the best place to work. Come by and visit or call 804 746-1689.

Hanover Chimney Sweeps - Serving area since 1981. Ins. Chimney & Gutter Cleaning. 746-1056

Part-Time, Seasonal Truck Driver - CDL, Drug Test, DMV Required. Retired person welcome. Please apply in person at Crop Production Services, Aylett 804-769-9200. EOE.

Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 for more details!

DRIVEWAYS

Always Call Brent Electric Master Electrician 30 yrs. exp. Lifetime Mech Res. Free Est. Lic/Ins. 804-833-5184

CRH Electric - Licensed Master Electrician at affordable rates. Service change, additions, receptical replacement, ceiling fans & lights, all trouble shooting problems. Call 439-3470 Mallory Electric Residential/Commercial ∂ Licensed/Insured Free Estimates. Call 746-4350 www.mallory-electric.com

EXCAVATING

Charles Stanley, Jr. Paving & Sealing Free Estimates. Call 804-925-3999 Stoneman Paving Co. Inc. Res/Com. Asphalt, Concrete, Seal Coating & Striping, Driveways, Patios, & Pool Decks. Lic/Ins. 20 yrs. exp. 746-9102 stonemanpaving.com Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 to hear about The Local’s upcoming advertising opportunities!

A SUPERIOR LANDSCAPE Commercial and Residential Excavation Clearing & Site Work, Road & Driveway Construction & Repair, All Size Ponds, Grading, Shore Line Repairs & Erosion Control. Lic. Fully Ins. 746-2605

FENCING **Fence Scapes** Custom Wood, Chain-Link, Vinyl, Aluminum & Railings. Lic. & Ins. Free Estimates. 559-8797

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

41


HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS HOME REPAIRS

FENCING *SUPERIOR FENCE CO* for the BEST VALUE on a Quality Wood Fence. Call 559-2211 Repairs & Improvements of All Sizes Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates. Winters Fencing 627-2935 Best Prices! Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates.

Braco Home Improvement - Interior & Exterior . Lawn Maintenance, Roofing, Decks & all your home improvement needs. 30-years experience. Licensed & Insured. Call Scott 258-0752 Herring Home ImprovementWindows, Decks, Sheds, Repairs. Licensed & Insured. Call 537-5755

FLOORS Hardwood Installation & Refinishing. Laminate & Tile flooring also. Licensed & Insured. Call Derrick 804-928-6564. Hardwood, Laminate, Refinishing Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates. Tropical Floors, LLC. 804-640-1153 or email: tropicalfloors777@yahoo.com

Seward’s Home Repairs Residential & Rental Property Painting & Repairs. No Job too small! Licensed/Insured. Call for all your handyman needs, Larry 402-6548.

GARAGES/GARAGE DOORS

Mobile Perfection Auto Detailing & Powerwashing. Locally Owned & operated for 10 Years! Lic/Ins. Autos, Houses, Decks & Much More! Comm/Res. 804-539-9682. www.mpadrichmond.com

Mechanicsville Garage Door Sales & Service. Licensed & Insured. 254-0398

GENERAL REPAIRS

LAWN CARE

Parmelee Construction & Trim Int/Ext Doors, Windows, Interior Molding/Trim Decks, Custom Carpentry. Call 678-9606

NORMAN’S TREE & LAWN CARE SERVICE. GRASS CONTRACTS, SEEDING, AERATION, MULCHING, LEAF REMOVAL, TRACTOR WORK & MORE. FREE EST. LICENSED & INSURED. CALL 769-7197

GENERAL CONTRACTORS Miranda Home Improvements Windows, Doors, Bathrooms, Kitchens, Vinyl Siding, Cement Work, Wood Floors, Tile. Free Estimates. No job too small or too big! Call 300-1331 New Homes, Additions, Florida Rooms, Garages, Decks, Interior Trim, Masonry, Pole Barns, Railings & More. Licensed/Insured. Call Murphy & Toland Inc. for your free estimate, 804-912-5222.

GUTTERS GUTTER CLEANING Licensed /Insured. Free Estimates. Call Ernie Perdue, 328-1668 Hanover Handy Services - P o w e r w a s h i n g Houses, Decks, Gutter Cleaning Licensed & Insured. Call 363-8393

HAULING

A SUPERIOR LANDSCAPE Commercial and Residential Landscaping Including design installation & maintenance, 12-month contracts, irrigation installation & maintenance, hardscapes, driveway stone, drainage issues, outdoor lighting, mulch delivery & leaf removal services with curbside pickup. Licensed and insured. (804)746-2605 KJLC Commercial Grounds Maintenance Commercial & Residential Landscape Grading, Pavers, Sidewalk, Patios & Retaining Walls, Drainage, Weed Control, Fertilization, Aeration, Seeding, Pruning, Mulch. Call 746-0827, ext. 2.

Sandy Valley Lawn Care - Insured Leaf Removal and Yard Clean Up Mowing, Pruning, Trimming 779-7046

HEATING/AC BELL CREEK Heating- Cooling Service & Preventative Maintenance. 31 yrs exp. Lic. BBB 559-1045.

Turf Tech, LLC. Annual Turf Care Programs Soil Analysis & Ammendments M-ville res. 26 yrs exp. 357-1774 turf_techllc@comcast.net

HOME REPAIRS Stanley Home Improvement Repairs inside & outside your home. No job too small. 20 years experience. Licensed & Insured Ken 262-8845

PAINTING

Drywall Repairs- Small jobs welcome. Clean & Dependable. Licensed & Insured 30 years experience. Dean~ 803-8417

The Mechanicsville Local

Powerwashing, Sheet Rock Repairs, Gutter Cleaning, Commercial/Residential. Lic/Insured. Int./Ext. Call 730-6531 or 402-6531 E.J. HornungExcellent References. Interior & Exterior. Great Rates. 746-5613 Painting By George Interior & Exterior Reasonable Rates. Call 550-3260 PCT Remodeling Exterior/Interior Painting. Licensed/Insured. 264-9352 Seay Brothers Painting & Wallpaper Also, Sheetrock & plaster repairs. Free Estimates. References Available. Licensed/Insured. All work guaranteed. Call 804-994-3898

PLUMBING Browning Plumbing Services, Inc. Home & Commercial Plumbing Repairs Backflow Testing and Repairs Serving Mechanicsville & Surrounding Areas Reasonable Rates. Call 559-4766 Gary’s Plumbing Repair Service. Lic./Ins. 218-1467

1-Call for all your Lawn Care needs. Mulching, Leaf Removal & more. Insured. Free Est. L & J Landscaping & Tree Service, LLC. Call 229-2694

LAWN CARE PLUS Complete Lawn Care Affordable Leaf Removal & year round service. Fully Lic/Ins. Certified. Free estimates. 301-8626

BERBERICH HAULING Serving Mechanicsville Since 1988 Trees, Bushes, Junk 779-3118 or 334-0919

42

ALLSHOUSE PAINTING

HOUSEWASHING Hanover Handy Services - P o w e r w a s h i n g Houses, Decks, Gutter Cleaning Licensed & Insured. Call 363-8393

Affordable House Painting & Repairs Int. & Ext. Painting, Staining, Power Washing, Textured Ceilings, Sheetrock & Wall Papering Lic. & Ins. - Kevin Taylor, 241-5016

February 15, 2012

TREE SERVICE

PAINTING

It Fitz Plumbing 30 Years Experience Repair & Renovation Call 804-767-0979 Paul Brown Plumbing - 28 years in business. New Residential, Light Commercial, Renovations, Additions & Service. We do it all! Senior Citizen Discounts. Call for free estimate, 804-746-5030.

ROOFING

ADAM S. MEDEK MEDEK TREE SERVICE, INC. Resid. & Comm. Services Tree Removal, Pruning, Stump Grinding Emergency Services Class A VA License Fully Insured – accepting VISA/MC/AmEx Call today for your FREE EST.746-8580 A SUPERIOR LANDSCAPE Commercial & Residential Tree Removal Grapple truck and skid steers available for loading and removing large trees and debris. Stump removal and grinding as well as tree trimming services available. Licensed and Insured. Call 804-746-2605 Howard Tree Service Trimming & Take Downs. Stump Removal. If it’s tree work - we do it! Insured. Free Est. Michael 746-7546 or 779-7011 day/night. MC/VISA/Discover. Norman’s Tree Service Tree Removal, Trimming, Stump Grinding, etc. No Job too BIG or small. Lic/Ins. Free Estimates. Call 769-7197 or 387-3161 Pay it Forward Tree Service - Full Service, Log Split & Storm Damage. Pay what your budget will allow. Minimum climb price. Line Clearance Certified. 18 yrs. exp. Insured. Call or Text Troy 804-387-3434

Trimming, Topping, Tree & Stump Removal, Firewood. Lic. & Ins. / Res. & Comm. 804-937-3671 William A. Silva Jr., Owner/Operator

A W Austin/ Q R & R Vinyl Siding, Thermal Windows, Seamless Alum. gutters, Roofing & Painting, 5 yr. warr. Free Est. Class A #2705042498A. Insured. Call 226-9293.

www.ElliottTreeService.com Full Service Tree Care Pruning, Removals & More

Davidson Roofing Co. Residential roofing & repair specialist. Lic/ Ins. GAF authorized installer. Free Est. George Davidson 804-672-0540 / 804-263-5121. BBB. www.davidsonroofing.com

Residential & Commercial Fully Licensed & Insured Certified Arborist -MA-0454A

TILE

Call for FREE Quote 804 559-8733

PCT Remodeling Tile / Kitchens & Baths Free Estimates. Licensed & Insured. Call 264-9352

We Live, Work & Play in Hanover

TREE SERVICE A People’s Tree Service- Professional work at a reasonable rate. Ins. Free Est. Mulch. Call 730-2163 1% DONATED TO ST. JUDES CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL 1 Call For All Your Tree Needs L & J Tree Service, LLC. Stump Removal, 24 hr. Emergency Service Free Est. Fully Ins. Call 229-2694 Ernie’s Tree Service - Trimming, Removal & Stump Grinding. Free Est. 75ft. Bucket Truck. BBB. 730-6563 or 833-9663

WALLPAPERING Wallpaper Hanging & Removal. References. Reliable. Call Jane Watkins 746-9025

ADVERTISE Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call us at 746-1235 or Toll Free (877) 888-0449 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Local in print and online! Ask about our upcoming special sections!


CONTACT US

Community News In Focus

Joy Monopoli Publisher (804) 746-1235 x 14 jmonopoli@mediageneral.com Melody Kinser Editor (804) 746-1235 x 22 editor@mechlocal.com Charlie Leffler Sports Editor (804) 746-1235 x 23 sports@mechlocal.com Jim Fields Senior Staff Writer (804) 971-8696 jfields@mechlocal.com Pam Sanders Sales Manager (804) 746-1235 x18 psanders@mechlocal.com Tom Haynie Sales Representative (804) 746-1235 x 27 thaynie@mechlocal.com Sarah Oswald Sales Representative (804) 746-1235 x 28 soswald@mechlocal.com

This is YOUR Community. This is YOUR Newspaper.

Cindy Grant Classifieds (804) 746-1235 x16 classifieds@mechlocal.com

For the latest in... Community News, Business News, Sports, Engagements and Weddings, Birth Announcements, Student News, Letters to the Editor, Calendar, Obituaries, and Classified Advertising read the only weekly newspaper that reaches over 30,000 homes in Hanover County... The Mechanicsville Local!

On Facebook facebook.com/mechlocal facebook.com/mechlocalsports

On Twitter (804) 746-1235 | Toll Free (877) 888-0449 | Fax (804) 730-0476 | P.O. Box 1118, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

twitter.com/mleditor twitter.com/mechsports

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

43


“On Monday We salute our Past and Present Presidents” Let Tripp be your Leader If Selling or Buying is in your Future, Let Tripp

Call 804-427-5110 & 804-382-5022 82 50

V T BASEMENT HOME IN ASH CREEK

BASEMENT HOME IN HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

Colonial home w/almost 4,100 sq. ft. sitting on a 3.25 acre wooded lot. 5 BRs, 3 full baths, plus 2 half baths, eatin kitchen w/island, FR w/gas FP, formal rooms, wd flrs thruout 1st flr, 2-zone heat/AC, 2-car garage, rear deck, vinyl siding & windows, walk-up attic, finished walk-out basement with rec room & possibly two other bedrooms. $359,950. VIRTUAL TOUR

VIRTUAL TOUR AWESOME .77 ACRE PRIVATE LOT

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN TY $369,950

VIRTUAL TOUR

REDUCED $10,000-ASH CREEK BEST PRICE IN PEBBLE CREEK– ALL BRICK!

SO

LD

AYS D 8 IN

Vinyl Siding Transitional w/ over 2,500 sq ft, 4 Brs including a vaulted master suite w/ jetted tub, 3½ baths, two story foyer, eat-in kitchen w/ new Granite & stainless steel appliances, large sun room, 2 Zone HVAC (2nd flr system’s new), 2 car garage, all appliances convey plus ERA Warranty. Sitting on a great cul-de-sac lot. VIRTUAL TOUR $279,950.

Over 2,700 sq ft, Gourmet kitchen, newer vinyl widows, newer dimensional roof, 4 BR’s including a vaulted master w/ gas fp & deluxe bath w/ jetted tub, wood flrs thruout 1st flr, 2 car attached garage, aggregate patio, freshly painted downstairs, full irrigation, vinyl fenced back yard backing up to Historical Preservation Area and more.

FABULOUS 10 ACRE LOT!

TOWNHOUSE – ATLEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

TOTAL RENOVATION – HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT

5.5 WOODED ACRE LOT – HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT

Y

VIRTUAL TOUR

WA E RR RA AN TY

LD

Everything Has Been Done For You! 3 BR’s, living room, eat-in kitchen w/new vinyl flooring, new countertops, new maple cabinets & new appliances, new hall bath, new 30 year dimensional roof, new vinyl windows, new well pump, new 16’x16’ rear deck, new interior & exterior paint, new gutters/ downspouts plus $3,000 CLOSING COSTS Sitting on a 1+/- ACRE VIRTUAL TOUR LOT. $92,500.

SO

IN R D L O S ARTE CH S G KIN

Custom Built Transitional w/over 3,300 sq ft, 5 BR’s including a master suite w/two walk-in closets plus a vaulted deluxe bath w/jetted tub, 3½ baths, dramatic two story foyer w/turned staircase, formal living & dining rooms w/ wood floors, beautifulkitchenw/Granitecountertops,largebreakfastnook, gascooking,island&peninsulaisland,openfamilyroomw/gas fireplace, two zone heating & cooling, 2 car attached garage, huge rear deck, large VIRTUAL TOUR paved drive plus one year ERA Home Warranty.

Total Ranch Renovation w/ over 1,500 sq ft, new flooring throughout, 2 new baths, new kitchen w/ stainless steel appliances, Granite countertops & Cherry cabinets, new interior paint, vinyl siding & windows, new Heat Pump/CA, 2 car garage w/ new garage door, huge rear deck, new 30 year $194,950

CUSTOM BUILT COLONIAL Y

“CUSTOM BUILT TRANSITIONAL KINGS CHARTER” WA E RR RA AN T

WA E RR RA AN T

LD

Open & Spacious Transitional Ranch-Style Home w/ over 1,700 sq. ft. formal dining room w/ wd flrs, eat-in kitchen w/all appliances conveying, family room w/wd flrs & brick fp, 3 BRs including a master suite w/ its own bath & walk-in closet, front porch, detached tool shed, rear deck, paved drive, and a park- like setting fenced backyard. $170,000. VIRTUAL TOUR

Featuring 1,440 sq ft, 3 BR’s, 2 1/2 baths, kitchen w/ Granite countertops, breakfast nook plus all appliances, living room, rec room, one car garage, oversize rear deck, rear patio, vinyl fenced back yard, natural gas heat & central air, aggregate concrete drive & walkway. $214,850 VIRTUAL TOUR

LD

Well-maintained Colonial w/almost 3,100 sq. ft. w/additional 648 sq. ft. unfinished in the walk-up attic, 5 BRs including a master suite w/a deluxe bath w/jetted tub, huge kitchen w/all appliances, FR w/brick fp, 3-car garage, 2-zone heating & cooling, vinyl siding & MORE sitting on an acre lot. PLENTY OF ROOM TO GROW! $339,950. VIRTUAL TOUR

SO

Beautiful Heavily Wooded Building Lot Overlooking The Creek. Close In, Yet Extremely Secluded. Hanover High School District. Bring Your Own Builder And Build In Your Own Time Frame. $119,950.

INCREDIBLE WELL MAINTAINED TRANSITIONAL A TY ER RAN R A W

WA E RR RA AN T

JUST LIKE NEW RANCHER KING WILLIAM Y

SPACIOUS TRANSITIONAL RANCHER

Dense hardwood with two building sites. Soil work is completed. Low taxes on a fabulous lot. $225,000

Y

VIRTUAL TOUR

IN D L SO REEK C ASH

Brick/Vinyl Transitional w/ a 1st flr master w/ 3 nice size bedrooms on the 2nd flr, formal dining room w/ wd flrs, vaulted family room w/ gas fp, eatin kitchen w/ Granite countertops, tile backsplash & stainless steel appliances, full size utility room, rear deck, 2 car garage, paved drive, irrigation system, Cul-De-Sac Lot. $279,950

VIRTUAL TOUR

LET TRIPP HOGG BE YOUR LEADER IF BUYING OR SELLING IN 2012 CALL TRIPP!

2560924-01

44

Almost 3,200 Sq Ft Transitional. 2 story foyer w/turned staircase, spacious formal rms, kitchen w/Maple cabinets & island, FR w/gas FP, lg master suite w/deluxe ba, finished 3rd floor can be a 5th bedrm or rec rm, 2 zone heating & cooling, full front porch, rear deck &

Beautiful Brick Front on a Maintained Lot! 5 BR’s, wood floors throughout first floor, stairs & upper hallway, formal living & dining rooms, lg. FR w/ gas FP, loaded kitchen w/ Granite, upgraded cabinets & stainless steel appliances, 2 Zone Heating & Cooling, Rear Deck, ready finishwalk-upattic,2 VIRTUAL TOUR $338,500

WA E RR RA AN T $239,500. Well Kept Two Story Colonial With Tons Of Bells And Whistles! Over 2,300 sq. ft., 4 spacious bedrooms, huge great room w/ FP, vaulted kitchen w/ rear staircase, screen porch plus deck, a true 2 car garage, fenced yard w/ tool shed, paved drive, fenced backyard, and full irrigation. THIS IS A TRUE GEM! $239,500

SO

Awesome Transitional w/ Finished Basement, 4,009 sq ft, 4 BR’s, 4 ½ baths, formal rooms w/ wd flrs, vaulted Fr w/ gas fp, 1st flr office, rec & game room, oversize 2 car garage, 2 zone heating & cooling, all appliances convey, Bull Nose brick front stoop, brick retaining wall, rear deck and more sitting on almost a HALF ACRE PRIVATE WOODED CUL-DE- SAC LOT. $400,000 VIRTUAL TOUR

Brick Front & Vinyl Siding, almost 3,100 sq ft, new flooring on 1st floor, kitchen w/ new Granite & stainless steel appliances, 4 BRs plus sitting room off master, great rec room & home office space in basement, 2 zone heating & cooling, rear deck plus patio, plus ERA Warranty on a Cul-De-Sac Lot. VIRTUAL TOUR $344,500.

AWESOME WOODED LOT

A TY ER RAN R WA

quality w/attention to every detail. $409,950

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN TY

A TY ER RAN R WA

Custom Colonial sitting on almost 3 acres in the heart of Studley! Featuring 3,280 sq. ft., brick front, vinyl siding, hwd floors on 1st floor, kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, gorgeous formal rooms w/tons of trim & cabinetry, four real-size bedrooms plus in-home media room, screen porch plus patio, oversize two-car garage,

WWW.TRIPPHOGG.COM & TRIPPHOGG@AOL.COM

The Mechanicsville Local

February 15, 2012

BEAUTIFUL WELL MAINTAINED BRICK FRONT TRANSITIONAL

This gorgeous home interior features formal rooms w/ wd flrs, huge kitchen w/ breakfast nook, vaulted family room w/gas FP, full-size utility room, 5 BRs including a master suite and deluxe bath which includes a jetted tub plus finished 3rd flr. w/ additional 265 sq. ft. that is ready to be finished. Other amenities include 2-car attached garage, composite rear deck, brick paver patio, 2-zone heating & cooling, and a paved drive. This Home Has It All! $359,999.

ALL BRICK RANCHER – HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT WA E RR RA AN TY

Almost 3,800 sq ft w/ 5 BR’s, 4 ½ Bath &Tons of Upgrades! Gourmet kitchen w/ Granite & double ovens, FR w/ builtin cabinets, formal rooms w/ wd flrs, 1st flr office, incredible getaway master suite w/ gas FP, sitting room, his/her closets & his/her bath w/ jetted tub, 2 zone heating & cooling, 2 car garage, irrigation system, detached tool shed, screened porch, rear deck plus patio w/ hot tub overlooking the Beautiful Landscaped IRTUAL OUR FencedYard. $435,000.

WA E RR RA AN TY

Spectacular Beach House in Nags Head w/5 BR’s, 5 ½ BA, Family Room w/Gas FP, Rec Room w/Pool Table, Lg In-ground Pool Plus Hot Tub. Conveniently Located at Milepost 10.5, Only 600 Ft to Beach Access and Walking Distance to Shopping and Dining. $568,500 VIRTUAL TOUR

ONE OF THE BEST LOTS IN MILESTONE

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN TY

A TY ER RAN R WA

REDUCED $20,000 ASH CREEK

WA E RR RA AN TY

WELL TAKEN CARE OF BEACH HOUSE

IMMACULATE CUSTOM BUILT CUSTOM BUILT COLONIAL HOME HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT BRICK & VINYL TRANSITIONAL

Renovated all Bick Rancher with over 2,400 square feet, fresh updated kitchen with Granite, 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, tons of wood floors, nice size patio, two car garage, two year old central air, heat pump & dimensional roof sitting on approximate 1.8 acres in the Hanover High School District. VIRTUAL TOUR $250,000

IMMACULATE CAPE COD – ATLEE SCHOOL DISTRICT A TY ER RAN R WA

OLD S This Cape Cod Is Truly In Move In Condition!! Featuring living room w/ wood floors, eat-in kitchen w/ Duraceramic tile flooring, four bedrooms, two full baths, full front porch, beautiful rear deck, huge circular paved drive, electric heat pump & central air, cedar siding plus ERA One Year Home Warranty. This One Will Not Be Around Long! $174,950

10 ACRES –HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT A TY ER RAN R WA

DAY 1 Beautifully 2,634 square Brick Front IN andfeetdining Colonial, formal living rooms, D family room with brick fireplace, all wood L O floors Sthroughout first floor, four bedrooms, Picturesque winding staircase, rear deck, two car garage with dual openers, plus ERA Acre

Lot!

VIRTUAL TOUR


02/15/2012