Issuu on Google+

DELIVER TO: Postal Patron Mechanicsville, VA 23111

STOPS AT EVERY HOME IN TOWN

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

Vol. 27, No. 18 | Richmond Suburban Newspapers | September 1, 2010

County ends fiscal year with $7.5 mil surplus By Jim Ridolphi For The Mechanicsville Local Hanover County ended the 2009-2010 fiscal year with a projected $7.5 million surplus. That was the good news brought before the board of supervisors last week. Accounting division director

Craig Eastman said the county’s cost savings measures added an additional $13.7 million to the budget, offsetting the decreased revenues the county collected, about $6 million short of expectations. Hanover County Public Schools saved more than $5

million in cost cuts, and the board voted to return $2 million to a reserve fund for the school system. The Reserve for Revenue Stabilization received $2 million. The remaining $3.3 million was used to balance the 2011 budget.

South Anna District supervisor Gordon said the savings and final numbers were a result of hard work and dedication by the school system and the county. “I congratulate Mr. Harris and the superintendent of schools (Stewart D. Roberson)

for their efforts, and to the citizens of Hanover County for supporting those efforts,” Gordon said before the board moved to accept the positive year-end report. The question of how to fill the vacancy left by retiring Col. V. Stuart Cook is not exactly

clear. The board is required by statute to file for a writ of election in Circuit Court within 15 days of the sheriff ’s departure. State guidelines also require the second in command – Lt. Col. David Hines — assume that position until a special election see SURPLUS, pg. 34 `

Superintendent: Pole Green Elementary welcome to new term marks 10 years of successes

(Editor’s note: As Hanover nounce that preliminary reports County Public Schools students from the prepare to return to the classVirginia room on Tuesday, Stewart D. DepartRoberson, superintendent of m e n t schools, shares the following mesof Edusage.) cation This year Hanover County indicate Public Schools (HCPS) will that, for serve approximately 19,400 stuthe ninth dents in preschool to grade 12 in consecufour high schools, four middle tive year, schools, 15 elementary schools, 100 perROBERSON The Georgetown School, and cent of The Hanover Center for Trades Hanover and Technology. schools will earn full accreditaAs a student-centered and tion based on the 2010 Virginia community-driven school dissee WELCOME, pg. 34 ` trict, we are very proud to an-

By Melody Kinser mkinser@mechlocal.com When the doors open at Pole Green Elementary School on Tuesday, students, faculty and staff will join in celebrating 10 years of successes. With a theme of “Great Gators Accomplish Great Things!,” the school noted several accomplishments last year, including receiving a 2010 Governor’s Award for Educational Excellence and the principal being rec-

ognized as a national Kagan scholarship recipient. Rhonda Epling said her Kagan honor stemmed from the school’s use of the program’s cooperative learning strategies. She attended a week-long workshop this summer, which will enable her “to provide additional professional development to my teachers.” She said the Kagan program is “about teaching children to work cooperatively, engaging students in

their learning, and students working in teams and being independent learners.” During training last year, a Kagan trainer urged Epling to apply for the scholarship, “based on what I could share, how Kagan was being implemented in my school, and I won.” She was one of 25 nationally to receive the scholarship and the only one from Virginia. “I was very honored to represent Pole Green see POLE GREEN, pg. 4 `

Rhonda Epling, principal of Pole Green Elementary School, is shown with the Kagan Cooperative Learning guide.


It’s that time again, children will be heading back to school. I wish for each & every child a successful 2010-2011 school year!

Exclusive Agent,

Judy Kilgour

569-0238 judy.kilgour@longandfoster.com judy.kilgour@longandfoster. com

10111 Jennings Branch CT.

Area 36 $329,950 Magnificent custom-built Transitional located in a desirable community and sitting on a beautiful landscaped cul de sac lot! This spectacular home features: gorgeous curb appeal, welcoming entry foyer, formal rooms, spacious gourmet kitchen, vaulted 2 story family room, bright sunny Florida room, breath-taking master suite with lovely master bath, 4th bedroom is sunken with storage, many amenities such as hardwood flooring, crown molding, chair rail, trey ceiling, custom cabinets, gas log FP, deck, shed, two car attached garage & much more! HMS Warranty!

The Mike Chenault Group Superior Service, Excellent Results! RURAL POINT RD.

Country living in this renovated farmhouse that sits on 2 beautiful acres with fruit & flowering trees. 1st floor master bedroom with large walkin closet; kitchen w/wood floor, refrigerator, dishwasher & stove; large dining room on the 1st floor plus 2 bedrooms & a bath upstairs. $289,950.

Jim Remo

Call Jim Remo 804-726-4524 to see this lovely home today!

FEATURED LISTING 4.7 ACRES

INSIDE

The Local Pick:

Janet Lawson named human resources chief Janet L. Lawson, MBA, SPHR, has been of the county, and to the possibilities of workhired as Hanover County’s new cirector of ing in a different, more multi-faceted envihuman resources. She starts today. ronment. What struck me the most during Lawson previously was employed as my interview process was how pleasant and director of human resources for the Virginia down-to-earth everyone was, and I am very Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, excited about joining the Hanover County a position she held since 2003. She has more human resources team.” than 18 years of experience in human resourcLawson was hired by the Commonwealth es management in both the government and from Waffle House, where she had been area private business arenas. people director in charge of recruitment “Janet has broad experience in human and training initiatives for all managementresource management in both the public and level employees in the Augusta, Ga., region. private sectors and is a great fit Previous jobs had included for Hanover County,” Cecil R. serving as a human resource “Rhu” Harris Jr., county adminsonsultant with Sentara istrator, said. “We think that she Healthcare in Hampton and the will help us form the partnerhuman resource director with ships that we need to take our the Riverside Health System in organization to the next level.” Newport News. As director of human Hanover County chose resources for the Virginia Lawson from a field of more Department of Alcoholic than 100 applications. She Beverage Control in Richmond, succeeds Jim Taylor, assistant Lawson managed a team of 18 county administrator, who was HR professionals who support previously the county’s director JANET LAWSON more than 2,700 employees. She of human resources. partnered with executive team She will manage a staff of and board members to lead the agency’s work- seven professionals who provide support for force and strategic planning initiatives. about 1,200 county government employees. Among her many accomplishments, in A York County native, Lawson received recent years she led the development and her bachelor of science degree in business implementation of a fully integrated human administration from Christopher Newport resources/payroll information system that has University and her master of business adminserved her agency well and has served as a istration from the College of William & Mary. model for other agencies. She also created a She is a member of the Society for Human reward and recognition program that signifi- Resource Management (SHRM), the Greater cantly improved employee morale and boost- Richmond Society for Human Resource ed retention rates by more than 15 percent. Management (Richmond SHRM) and the “Everything I have heard about Hanover Richmond Compensation Association. She County has been very positive,” Lawson said. also serves on the board of the Virginia “I know several people who live in Hanover Executive Institute Alumni Association. County, and all of them love the county. Lawson resides in Williamsburg with her When the director of human resources posi- husband Tom and their 4-year-old twins, tion became open, I was drawn to the mission Connor and Hannah.

Area 44 - 8323 Little Florida Road

Country Cape with full front porch located on a very private 4.7 Acre lot close in. This home features a formal living room large country kitchen family room, 1st floor Maste $299,950.

Chuck Jenkins 804-397-9389

www.SOLDBYCHUCK.net

2

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

CORRECTION The Aug. 18 edition of The and resignations — from the appeared among those actions Mechanicsville Local inadver- Hanover County School Board taken at the regular June and July meetings. tently included some person- that were outdated. We apologize for the error. They should not have nel matters — appointments

9 COMMUNITY Caroline Crowder shares her musical talents with her favorite sport.

41 SCHOOLS Hanover County Public Schools’ Transportation Department lists bus routes.

39 SPORTS All eyes on Atlee as season begins.

ALSO… Incident Reports........3 Letters to the editor...6 Obituaries .10, 12 & 14 Calendar ................. 27 Celebrations ........... 28 TV grids..............29-31 Churches ................ 59


SHERIFF’S REPORTS | Crime, Accidents, Fire & Rescue X

Suspects were in X Suspect assaulted victim possession of alcohol and at location on Totopotomoy under 21 on Creighton Pkwy. Trail.

X

Suspects were in possession of alcohol and under 21 on Adams Farm Rd.

Suspect obtained items fraudulently on Mountain Rd.

X

Unknown suspect(s) stole items at location on Mendehall Pl.

X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Glenbrook Dr.

X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Sandy Lane.

X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Glenbrook Dr.

X

Suspect assaulted victim and stole items from location on Bell Creek Rd.

X

Suspect obtained money under false pretense on Old Richfood Rd.

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Sherwood Crossing Pl.

X

Suspects contributed to the delinquency of minors on Adams Farm Rd.

Suspect was in possession of controlled substance on Carter Rd.

August 20

X

X

Suspect was in possession of controlled substance on Greenwood Church Rd.

X

Property was recovered at location on Peppertown Rd.

Property was recovered from location on Patrick Henry Rd. Suspect contributed to the delinquency of a minor on Pleasant Mill Rd. Suspect assaulted victim at location on Dressage Way.

W.G. SPEEKS, INC.

X

Suspect handled a firearm recklessly on Arrow Stone Rd.

X

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Foxal Rd.

X

Suspect stole items at location on Chamberlayne Rd.

RESOURCE REALTY SERVICES

RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL

Up to

$

1,10000 Off on new

Carrier Systems Rebates paid only on qualifying products and systems.

X

Suspect damaged property at location on Bell Creek Rd.

X

Complainant reported missing subject on Queens Lace Rd.

X

Unknown suspect(s) stole items at location on Autumn Ridge Lane.

Responsive Reliable Remarkable Search all area listings at

www.YourResourceRealty.com

CUSTOM RANCHER Gorgeous transitional ranch home on 5+ private acres, upgrades throughout, beautiful setting, $299,950. Call Kathy Holland or Cindy Strobel @ 909-0520 or our 24 hr. info line @ 1-800-827-3677 ext. 1125.

$

* Must present coupon at time of service * Not valid with any other offers. * Expires 9/30/10

746-1284 www.wgspeeks.com

Cash For Gold

WE PAY TOP CASH INSTANTLY!! Mention this ad and receive an additional 10% on your sale.

Bring your broken, scrap & unwanted gold jewelry. Chains, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings, charms, anything gold or silver!

(804) 569-1786

7086 Mechanicsville Turnpike  Shops at Bay Court

HANOVER

COOL SPRING FOREST

Beautiful transitional with 9’ ceilings, open floor plan, new appliances, all 4 bedrooms have walk-in closets, 3 full baths with a separate linen in each, 2-car garage on acre lot, $399,950.

Call Stacey McCauley @ 683-9344 or our 24-hr. info. line @ 1-800-827-3677 ext. 3055.

I CE

25 OFF

Coupon For Any Service Call.

* Not valid with any other rebate or special * Must present coupon at time of service * System must include indoor & outdoor units plus thermostat * Offer valid until 9/30/10 * Restrictions apply

Lic. # 2701012546A Class A Contractor

Unknown suspect(s) stole items at location on Anvil Lane.

804-559-5990

HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING • Maintenance Agreements • Servicing All Makes & Models • Sales, Service & Installations

X

ce

Call for more details.

Suspect stole item at location on Cold Harbor Rd.

Suspect brandished a firearm on Tammy Lane.

Pri

Since 1943

X

X

Victoria

w

TAX CREDITS

up to $1,500!

Unknown suspect(s) stole item at location on Wren Way.

Suspect assaulted victims at location on Tammy Lane.

Ne

Keeping families and businesses comfortable

X

X

PR

X

Unknown suspect stole item at location on Scotchtown Rd.

Unknown suspect fled the scene of an accident on Creighton Rd.

W

X

X

X

NE

X

Suspects assaulted victims at location on Overhill Lake Lane.

Unknown suspect(s) damaged property at location on Bell Creek Rd.

Gorgeous transitional with open living space on corner, wooded lot! Spacious family room, huge master suite with luxury bath, excellent schools, $427,500. Call Carrie Ruch @ 677-8531 or our 24-hr. info line @ 1-800-827-3677 ext. 6025.

I CE

Unknown suspect(s) stole item at location on Colonial Estates Ct.

X

X

PR

X

August 21

Suspect assaulted victim at location on Old Church Rd.

W

Suspect stole item at location on Carneal Lane.

X

Tues–Fri 10–6 • Sat 10–4 • Closed Sun & Mon 8101 Staples Mill Road • Wistar Center • 266-0600

NE

X

Unknown suspect broke into location and stole items on Mountain Rd.

PR I CE

Suspect stole items at location on Bell Creek Rd.

X

W

X

GOLD

August 22

NE

X

CASH

PR I CE

X

W

Unknown suspect(s) damaged property at location on Ellerson Mill Circle.

NE

X

1s M a t Fl o s te o r r

August 19

The Sister Team Cindy Strobel Kathy Holland

Melony Fuller

Dianne Blary

Tami Baldacci

Brenda Bradley

Lisa Brazier

Duane Bookheimer

POLE GREEN STATION Lovely vinyl rancher w/3 bedrooms, 2 full baths in Hanover High School District, $209,950! Call Cindy Strobel or Kathy Holland @ 909-0522 or our 24 hr. info line @ 1-800-827-3677 ext. 1135.

Michelle Davenport

Patrica Diaz

Cindy Gibson

Danis Goins

POLE GREEN ROAD Great Rancher on 2+ acres w/16’x32’ pool! Open kitchen to family room, huge eat-in kitchen, $191,000. Ready To Sell! Call Stacey McCauley @ 683-9344.

Rita Grant

Wayne Hufner

Tamesia Johnson

Julie Lawson

LAKE CAROLINE Breathtaking home with view of the widest point of the lake. Stone bar, cathedral ceilings, stone fireplace, screened porch, $416,000. Call Danis Goins @ 804-647-3767.

Virginia Leabough

Robbie Llewellyn

Stacey McCauley

The Mechanicsville Local

Stephanie Miller

Carrie Ruch

Cyndi Stevens

Deanna Rogowski

Mike Sotos

Carrie Proost

Cecelia Walker

Adair Naff

Shauna Woodall

September 1, 2010

3


OLE TOWN GOLD AND COIN We Buy, Sell and Trade! Gold • Silver • Platinum Coins • Watches Civil War Artifacts We refine our OWN gold, Cutting out the middle man to help you get MORE $$$! We will be purchasing jewelry soon.

Mention this ad and receive an additional 10% on anything you bring in to sell!

8034 Mechanicsville Turnpike

In old town Mechanicsville beside Suntrust Bank

804-559-0404

TIMBER WANTED Will purchase pine, hardwood or pine thinning anywhere in Virginia. Need 20 acres or more, no tract too large.

HAVE ABILITY TO PAY CASH All Inquiries Held In Strict Confidence. Call or write: MAPLEDALE, LLC. 2223 Richmond Tappahannock Hwy. Manquin, Virginia 23106 Office: (804) 769-1153 Fax: (804) 769-0852

JOIN US FOR WORSHIP ON SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS

September

A new congregation in the Atlee area. COOL SPRING SCHOOL: Sundays 12th, 19th, 26th Worship 9:30am • Christian Formation 11:00am MESSIAH LUTHERAN CHURCH : Saturdays Aug.28, Sept.4th Worship 5:00pm

Launch Sunday 9/12

Christian Education Discussion & Pot Luck Lunch

FOR WORSHIP SERVICE INFORMATION CALL:559-9302

Learn all about us on our website:

WWW.ALLSOULSVA.ORG 4

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Hanover plans to save by buying office space By Katherine Calos Media General News Service The real estate downturn is hurting property tax collections, but Hanover County has found one way to ease the pain — buy office space to replace leases in seven locations. Over the next five years, the county will save $830,000 by converting seven leases into owned space, all of which will be completed by next spring, said county spokesman Tom Harris. The most recent move was for several programs of the Community Services Board, which relocated from Dow Gil Road to 9743 Atlee Commons Drive in late July. The Intellectual Disabilities Case Management, Residential, Supported Employment, Hanover Industries and Hanover Recycling programs now share six adjoining

POLE GREEN Continued from pg. 1 b

Elementary and Hanover County (Public) Schools,” Epling added. As a Kagan scholarship recipient, she participated in a five-day learning institute. “Now I will continue with the training that we’ve already had to promote the Kagan strategies at the school.” Through the institute, “I got to meet Dr. Spencer Kagan, who is the founder of Kagan learning,” Epling said. “It is a very special recognition to me to receive. I was very thrilled when I got the call that I was a recipient and really took advantage of the training.” A Kagan trainer will be coming to Pole Green Elementary on Friday, Sept. 3, Epling said, “and she and I will then provide follow-up professional development to my staff and then I will continue with professional development throughout the year to monitor Kagan strategies in the classroom.” She also said she would continue training and promoting strategies for the teachers. “There are so many strategies you can only focus on teaching them a couple at a time to implement with children; it will be a process throughout the year.” “It’s very structured with the way you

office condominium units. The 14,400 square feet has space for the 41 CSB employees who work in those programs plus the 21 clients who are employed on site by Hanover Recycling and Hanover Industries. This year, the CSB Day Support program moved from rented space into the former Mechanicsville Library location. The Department of Economic Development will move into the Rutland Center next month. New office space on Bell Creek Road will be home to CSB programs for adolescents, mentalhealth services and a satellite office for social services next spring. The first-year savings from CSB moves to Atlee and Mechanicsville will be more than $110,000, Harris said. Over five years, with the other projects added in, the total savings will reach $830,000.

have cooperative learning to make sure every child is engaged and every child is participating to promote their own individual learning,” she said. With Kagan, Epling said “You create a very safe, comfortable and inviting climate and we have multiple avenues here at Pole Green that we do that with.” The school uses a campaign called “Fill Your Bucket” that encourages dropping a note in someone’s bucket when that person is seen doing something positive. In its 10 years, Pole Green Elementary has enjoyed an academic success rate, Epling said. “Students work very hard, teachers work very hard, parents are a wonderful asset to Pole Green.” She called the support of parents, students and teachers “wonderful.” Pole Green Elementary opened its doors in August 2000 and Epling arrived the following fall as assistant principal. She has been at the helm since Feb. 14, 2006. The school’s first principal, Mark Allan, left to accept the position of director of standards, curriculum and instruction with the Virginia Department of Education. Epling said he is “a very dear friend. He’s the one who hired me as assistant principal here. He is a very good person to work with on the state department level.” To mark its 10th anniversary, Pole

Harmony in Hanover slated Harmony in Hanover will present Jackass Flats on Friday, Sept. 17, at the Hanover Tavern at 13181 Hanover Courthouse Road (U.S. 301) in Hanover. Gates will open at 6 p.m., with the concert starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 each, with children under the age of 10 admitted free of charge. Dinner plates of BBQ variety are available for $7. Alcoholic beverages in the range of $4 to $6 will be sold. To reserve tickets, call Laura at 537-5050 or email lcurzi@hanovertavern.org.The website for Hanover Tavern is www. hanovertavern.org.

Green Elementary will host either a late fall or early winter celebration. Epling said the guest list will include “everyone who opened the building, teachers and staff. Dr. Allan will be attending and we will just celebrate together.” Today’s faculty includes “probably a dozen to 15 of the teachers who opened this building.” Epling said “We have a core group. We are all very excited to do this together.” Pole Green also has been kind of a parent to Laurel Meadow Elementary School, which opened its doors in 2008. With about 1,100 students, Pole Green saw 500 go to the new school. “We supported that community in opening Laurel Meadow,” Epling said. The change in districting brought 120 students from Rural Point Elementary School to Pole Green. Before Laurel Meadow opened, Pole Green’s students were a 50/50 split in attending middle school at Stonewall Jackson and Oak Knoll. Now, Epling said, Oak Knoll is the only feeder school. Epling said the bond continues between Pole Green and Laurel Meadow. “They’re so connected. We can always learn from each other.” Today, Pole Green has about 630 students.


GO GREEN

Firefighters Crab Feast

AILEEN JOHNSON

Walk/Run set Sept. 18 for Aileen Johnson Pam Sanders for The Local

It was a tasty good time for those attending the 19th Annual Hanover Firefighters Crab Feast on Saturday, Aug. 21, at the Cold Harbor Ruritan Park in Mechanicsville. As always, a large crowd came out to support county firefighters.

The 2010 ReeseStrong 5K, Family Walk and Gold Ribbon Kid’s Run for Aileen will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 18, in the Rutland and Cool Spring Forest neighborhoods in Mechanicsville. Sponsored by HHHunt, the event will help support 9-yearold Aileen Johnson, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor earlier this year. A large portion of funds raised will go toward her medical and rehabilitation expenses. Aileen has had surgery and is undergoing chemotheraphy. To register, or more information, go to www.reesestrong. org.

Mobile Storage Containers

The Answer to Your Moving Storage

Recycle your old jewelry and let us create something new and exciting for you!

Craftsmanship at its finest. 10388 Leadbetter Rd. Located in the Hanover Air Park

550-2505

You Need Service. We’ve Got It. is at Mechanicsville 6110 Mechanicsville Turnpike (inside FasMart at the Valero gas station) Mechanicsville, VA 23111

With Six Convenient Locations Throughout the Metro-Richmond area

Delivers to Your Location. You Pack at Your Leisure.

Call 804.359.8754 / 800.230.4819 or visit our web site for complete details.

Moves to Your Location or Stores Until You’re Ready. Storage Containers Come in 2 Sizes: 8'x12' or 8'x16'

Call for Quote Today 804-550-9966

8220 Meadowbridge Road Suite 209 Mechanicsville, VA 23116

Football Fans: Receive a free tire rotation with any service.

www.newgenfcu.org

Storage Simplified with

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

5


OPINION | The Local Views From the editor

Back to school stirs some fond memories

As a child, there was no mistaking when it was time to get ready to return to the classroom. The family — parents, sister and your’s truly — made the annual trip to Sears in Huntington, W.Va., for the tradition of getting new clothes for school. Funny how that image came to mind last week when thinking about Hanover County Public Schools students preparing for the 2010-2011 term. Doors will open on Tuesday, Sept. 7. It’s a fond family memory and — even though we made the 60-mile journey frequently — there was something special about shopping for school clothes. Memories stir of the excitement on the first day of school, especially the little ones looking so “grown up” as they wait for the bus. A mixture of enthusiasm and apprehension seem to be common for those new to middle or high school. These are, after all, major life events at that age. For Hanover County students — public and private — the new school year brings opportunities and challenges. And, of course, it’s a time for goals and looking to the future. As has been said many times before, our county has several excellent educational opportunities. And, based on the number of students who excel and the accolades awarded, Hanover is doing something right in terms of educating its children. Whether it is a trip to Sears for clothes or Office Max for supplies, back to school time creates memories — and makes one wistful for days gone by. Through the knowledge gained to the friendships made, school days can provide a lifetime of success. Speaking of back to school, motorists are reminded to be mindful of students waiting for buses. Slow down in those school zones too. Everyone has to be responsible for taking care of students as they return to school. To the students getting ready for Tuesday, best wishes for a great year. Melody Kinser

Joy Monopoli Publisher Melody Kinser Editor Charlie Leffler Sports Editor Pam Sanders Sales Manager 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

Online: www.mechlocal.com For news: news@mechlocal.com For advertising: sales@mechlocal.com For classifieds: cgrant@mechlocal.com © 2009 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.

September 1, 2010

LETTERS | Reader Views just like Jimmy Carter, Obama Care will be repealed and replaced with a more market and patient oriented reform that cares for patients without bureaucrats interfering with the doctor-patient relationship. I had to laugh at “Pretty soon a future”. It reminds me of I have never seen the electorate so angry at the fedan alternative reality of left-wing pipe dreams. eral government as they are now. Those who believe the Pretty soon Americans will vote for change they can Democrats will not lose a significant number of seats in believe in and afford. see LETTERS, pg. 8 ` What the author of “Pretty soon a future” fails to realize is the American people do not want big government on steroids, an unsustainable national debt, an embarrassing mess of a U.S. foreign policy that appeases our enemies and The Local welcomes your signed letters to the editor on topics of dismisses our friends, a confused policy on national secuinterest to Mechanicsville residents. Letters must include your rity only concerned with political correctness, all wrapped address and a daytime telephone number. We reserve the right to up by an elitist dismissal of Middle American concerns. edit letters. We do not guarantee that every letter received will be That ideologically driven policy, together with the “govpublished. Letters reflect the opinions and positions of the writers ernment knows best” attitude, will cost the Democrats dozand not The Mechanicsville Local. ens of House seats and maybe even control of the Senate, and that will be just the beginning. Send letters to: The Mechanicsville Local, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Pretty soon after the next Congress is sworn in the IRS Mechanicsville, VA 23111 agents hired to enforce Obama Care will be defunded. Fax: 730-0476 E-mail: mkinser@mechlocal.com Pretty soon after Obama is denied a second term,

Responding to letter ‘Pretty soon a future’

Letters to the Editor


Senior Resource Fair set next week During the coming months, the Hanover County Council on Aging will be coordinating several Senior Resource Fairs throughout the community. The fairs will be hosted by various senior clubs, civic and faith-based organizations and are open to all older adults and caregivers. The goal of these programs is to offer an array of resource information to help ensure older adults and their families have a greater awareness of local opportunities to stay active, address their current needs, plan for the future and enjoy an enhanced quality of life. The first Senior Resource Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon on Thursday, Sept. 9, at the New Highlands Baptist Church at 9200 New Ashcake Road in Mechanicsville. The program will include short presentations on topics related to caregiving, legal issues, financial planning, public service programs, health issues and more. Attendees will then have an opportunity to meet service representatives and enjoy live entertainment. Bon Secours Heart and Vascular Institute will be offering free heart health screenings including blood pressure, body mass index and glucose. The Hanover County Council on Aging is comprised of residents of Hanover County appointed by the Hanover County Board of Supervisors to serve as a consultative and advisory body on issues pertaining to the quality of life of the citizens age 50 plus. For more information, call the Hanover County Department of Community Resources at 365-4300.

‘Money tree’ winner

Are You Searching For An Affordable Assisted Living Home Environment For Your /RYHG 2QH" ,I 6R <RXU 6HDUFK ,V 2YHUĂ&#x2020; We are licensed, insured, locally owned & operated with locations in Mechanicsville & the West End.

Í&#x2122;tÄ&#x17E;ĹŻÄ?ŽžÄ&#x17E; Home!

Call Betty Baldwin Today For Availability: 804-564-3917

LOSE BIG, WIN BIG Are you ready to lose extra weight, feel better and WIN BIG MONEY?

Avoid the Holiday Pounds and Fall into a New You starting on Photo submitted by Wllen Wulf

Otis Knight received a $50 â&#x20AC;&#x153;money treeâ&#x20AC;? as a door prize from the Edward Jonesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; booth during the 2010 Hanover Tomato Festival on July 10. Those stopping by the booth filled out cards for the drawing. Golf umbrellas and t-shirts also were awarded. Shown are, from left, Roger Goodwin, Edward Jones financial advisor; Knight and Ellen Wulf, Edward Jones financial advisor.

Tuesday, Sept. 7th at

Nutrition Xpress 10396 Leadbetter Rd.

Call 550-2650

Fire company sets open house, yard sale The Hanover Courthouse Volunteer Fire Company will hold an open house and yard sale from noon to 4 p .m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the firehouse at 13326 Hanover Courthouse Road in Hanover. With the fire company celebrating its 57th anniversary, the community is invited to participate in the events to raise funds for volunteer training and operating needs. The day will include a bake sale and silent auction/raffle, as well as tours, childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s entertainment and safety education displays. For a small fee, spaces are available for yard sale merchanidise. For more information, or to reserve space or make donations, call Chief Tina Fugman at 698-9447 or 365-4905.

for class times and to register. (Limited Class Space)

One, Inc. â&#x20AC;˘ Body & Paint â&#x20AC;˘ Front-End Alignment â&#x20AC;˘ Air Brushing â&#x20AC;˘ Tires & Rims â&#x20AC;˘ Engine Repairs â&#x20AC;˘ Transmission Repairs

804-746-3230

â&#x20AC;˘ RV Repair â&#x20AC;˘ Tune-up, Oil Change & Lube â&#x20AC;˘ Rotate, Mount, Balance Tires â&#x20AC;˘ Brakes & Bearings â&#x20AC;˘ Jet Ski Repair

5533 Mechanicsville Turnpike

Cost to join is only $35.00 for entire 7 week program and the Top 3 Losers win Cash! Payout for our Summer Challenge was over $1000 in Cash and Prizes and Class lost a total of 343 lbs!

Free personal coaching, metabolism test, group support and most of all...Fun!

www.collision-one.com

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

7


LETTERS

Don’t Move – Improve

Free Estimates Call Dan Mitchell

730-1016

Continued from pg. 6 b

November are truly living in an alternative reality. Nat Atkins Mechanicsville

• Vinyl Siding • Replacement Windows • Roofing • Aluminum Trim • Seamless Gutters

The cost of the uninsured

Member of BBB www.mitchellsidinginc.com email: dan@mitchellsidinginc.com

Top CA$H for

$ Gold and Silver $ WE WILL BEAT ANY WRITTEN OFFER FOR YOUR SCRAP JEWELRY BY 10% OR MORE!

GET CASH TODAY FOR BACK TO SCHOOL!

ARMED SECURITY ON DUTY

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 & We Test In Weigh ou Y Front of

Gold, Platinum, and Silver chains, bracelets, rings and watches. We pay top dollar for your estate, broken or unwanted inherited jewelry. Dental gold, gold and silver coins. Sterling silverware, sterling tea sets.

Clean out your jewelry box and storage!

National Redemption Record High Gold Prices

Hilton Garden Inn Innsbrook

Holiday Inn Koger Center

4050 Cox Rd. Glen Allen, VA 23060

10800 Midlothian Tnpk. Richmond, VA 23235

(Exit 178B off I-64W near Short Pump)

(Between Chesterfield Towne Center & Johnston-Willis)

Thursday, Sept. 2 thru Sunday, Sept. 5 Thursday, Sept. 9 thru Sunday, Sept. 12

10:00am - 6:00pm

RSN

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

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

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

$ $ $ $Visit $ $ $nationalredemption.com $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ for $ $ a$ coupon. $$$$$$$$$

8

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

In regard to the letter to the editor titled “Question on Obamacare” (which is a misnomer), the writer seems to assume that, currently, uninsured Americans costs us nothing. However, a estimate, by the reliable Henry J. Kaiser Foundation, states that the uninsured receive $56 billion of uncompensated care per year, which this includes $43 billion in federal (taxpayer) money (the rest is often a cost to hospitals, state and local governments and is reflected in health care insurance premiums and high medical fees). This is to say nothing of the cost in pain and suffering, as the uninsured wait until to seek help until their conditions are more severe, a far more important cost. Think about it: Should we be a country, for example, where uninsured children and adults die from dental problems? Judy Thomas Mechanicsville

Digital dead zone Let me say that I feel Mr. Listo’s pain in the lack of 21st century technology in the Black Creek area. You do not suffer alone, neighbor. We are doomed to dial up Internet, no Verizon wireless

cell phone signal, no Verizon DSL, and no Clear Wire Internet signal. While Comcast does have a line in front of our house and our neighbors enjoy Comcast service, for some unknown reason, Comcast is unable to run a cable to our house after repeated orders for service. It has become a standing joke at our house when the Comcast Triple Play flyer comes in the mail, we say, “Let’s call and order today,” so the technician can come out again and tell us that there is no cable from the pole to our house -- even when we tell Comcast we need a cable from the pole to the house first. So, don’t be discouraged that the Comcast “wires stop about one mile from your house.” Even if the cable was right in front of your house, they probably couldn’t get service to you. As for Verizon DSL, we have been asking for that for five years. “It’s on the way,” we’re told, but somehow it stopped about a mile from our house and has never moved. I am glad to hear you have a Verizon wireless signal even if it is “marginal and connection speeds are poor.” We don’t have one at all. The signal begins about a mile down the road either way from our house. This fact made life very interesting last April when a wind storm blew down a tree, which struck the power lines, knocked out our home phones and started a fire on our property. So, with no cell phone signal, we just fought the fire until someone showed up from the fire department. My suggestion to you is make sure you have lots of insurance. Clear Wire told us that we would be in their Internet cov-

erage area when we signed up with them for service, but again there was no signal. What is interesting is that there is a cell tower located about midway down Rockhill Road, but again there is no Verizon wireless service or Clear Wire Internet service on it. So close, yet so far away. H.T. Pritchard Mechanicsville

Pretty soon . . . no future! Mr. Blend’s attempt at something literary in his defense of America’s descent into the black hole of liberalism indicates that the left-wing of the Democratic Party must reside in a parallel universe. They say that imitation is the highest form of flattery, so here goes. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . Americans will be coerced into paying higher taxes, and insurance premiums, for reduced quality healthcare. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . full employment will be something our children read about in the history books because creating private sector jobs became too expensive in America. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . the average residential electric bill will increase by $250 a month because of idiotic, Al Gore inspired, Cap and Trade Legislation. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . citizens will be coerced into labor union membership in order to provide sustenance for their families. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . death will once again become a

taxable event. Pretty soon, thanks to Obama and the Democrats . . . America will go bankrupt because of the crushing national debt. Pretty soon, thank to Obama and the Democrats . . . once proud Americans will exist in a stale calm of utopia as opposed to experiencing the challenges of life. Pretty soon, there will be an election where Americans will be able to choose between a life controlled by distant, knownothing, liberal apparatchiks, or the ability to direct their own individual destinies. Pretty soon, I will be voting for Eric Cantor for Congress, and whoever runs against Obama in 2012! Hyland F. Fowler Jr. Ashland

New clown, same old circus Gov. McDonnell announces that the state has a “surplus” of $404 million. Then in nearly the next sentence he tells us that most of it has already been spent. Rather than try to reconcile that Alice-in-Wonderland logic, let’s take the governor at his word. At some point, the Commonwealth confiscated more of its citizens’ wealth than it needed to pay its expenses. So, did our supposedly “conservative” governor give a moment’s thought to returning the overage to the taxpayers? Of course not. He found new things on which to spend the money. It’s the same old circus in Richmond. We just have a new clown. Joseph Pierro Mechanicsville

Battlefield Park Elementary School to hold open house on Thursday Battlefield Park Elementary School will The hours are 3:30 to 4:30 for kinder- through 5. host an open house on Thursday, Sept. 2. garten and 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. for grades 1 The principal is Judy Bradley.


| Education, Business & Celebrations

Love for soccer, musical talent lead to performance students I’ve ever taught. She’s just a leader with her skill level and her attitude,” he said. self-proclaimed Flowe called Caroline, who “big-time” soccer played first chair last year, “the player, Caroline strongest clarinet player” at Crowder spent the Oak Knoll. summer sharing her talents She played second in the with the Washington Freedom. district, which, he added, is the The 14-year-old has been second highest score. playing soccer for 10 years, but The Freedom appearances that isn’t her only skill. stemmed from a March 23 She also has become an audition. accomplished clarinetist in just She said she has been a fan three years. of soccer for as long as she can Her summertime perforremember. mances included “The Star “I just became interested. I Spangled Banner” for the think that was one of my first Freedom fans. sentences, talking about socLast year, as an eighth grade cer.”

By Melody Kinser mkinser@mechlocal.com

A

“She’s never had private instruction. She’s just had classroom instruction. This is all self-motivated work ethic to become such a fine clarinet player.” BARRY FLOWE Oak Knoll Middle School band director

student at Oak Knoll Middle School, she received the praises of band director Barry Flowe. “She’s an incredible clarinet player. I’ve been teaching for going on 20 years – she is probably one of the hardest working

She isn’t just a fan though. She served as goalie for the Oak Knoll team and also holds that position with the Richmond Kickers. Caroline doesn’t hesitate when asked if she’d like to pur-

sue a career in soccer. “I would love to – yes,” she said enthusiastically. When she learned she would be performing at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Boyds, Md., she said her initial reaction was “I really didn’t believe it, because I didn’t think I was going to get an audition to begin with. After that, I was in a lot of shock.” Flowe, however, wasn’t so surprised. “I heard her play, so I knew she was ready. She’s doing great.” Caroline’s musical skills have led to being included in the All-District Band and AllCounty Band. “She’s never had private instruction,” Flowe said. “She’s just had classroom instruction. This is all self-motivated work ethic to become such a fine clarinet player.” Photo submitted by Sandra Crowder When Hanover County Caroline Crowder shows her prowess on the soccer field. The rising ninth grade student at Public Schools open for the Hanover High School shared her musical talents with the Washington Freedom over the summer 2010-2011 term on Tuesday, break. A clarinetist, she was a member of the Oak Knoll Middle School band last year. Sept. 7, Caroline will be a is Hope Solo, the goalie for the times when they come through already looking toward college. member of the Hanover High Richmond,” Caroline said of “I would love to go to UNC Atlanta Beat. School concert band. Wambach. “I watch them on (University of North Carolina) When it comes to the “As a freshman she’s going Washington Freedom, she is a TV every week. I admired her to play soccer because of their to be at the top group at women’s program. They have fan of forward Abby Wambach. and they got me one of her Hanover High School,” Flowe the most NCAA titles. My goal When she sent to audition, autographs at the field when I added. is to make it on the national she was able to get Wambach’s auditioned.” Modestly, Caroline said, “I The daughter of Mike team – it’s hard to do, but I autograph “because I told them and Sandra Crowder of want to do it then play for the just play what we play in class.” I was a fan.” Mechanicsville, Caroline is Freedom.” “I go see her play someHer favorite soccer player

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

9


OBITUARIES | Death Notices & Funerals Rosemary Brooke (Larry); a brother, Patrick Bolinskey (Linda); nieces, Jacqueline Lund, Christy Bolinskey, Dr. Desiree Brooke and Kim Bolinskey; nephews, John Roccograndi, Kevin and Sean Bolinskey; a great-niece, Nicole Roccograndi; and a great-nephew, Mason Roccograndi. Billy was born April 20, 1937 in the mountains of southwest Virginia. He was the oldest of seven and William Junius Atkins, graduated third in his high school “Preacher”, went home to be with Herbert M. Blankenship class, which he always said wasn’t the Lord after a lengthy illness. He Jr., “Herb”, went to be with the too hard considering that there leaves to cherish his memory his Lord Aug. 19, 2010 with his family were only ten people in his class. loving and devoted wife, Barbara by his side. He is survived by his That was always one of his favorite Atkins; two devoted daughters, wife and lifelong partner of 42 jokes to tell. He went on to graduWillene Atkins Bellamy (Terry) years, Vera. He is also survived by ate with a degree in chemistry and Renesha Atkins; stepdaughthree sons and a daughter, several from Virginia Tech. Billy had an ter, Stephanie Delaney; grandchil- grandchildren, and three greatamazing love of baseball, and it dren, Justin Demery, Breanna, grandchildren. We lost our father, was nothing unusual to find him Alex, and Junius Houston, all of friend, and mentor. A celebration any summer day reading and Richmond, Lauren and Amber of his life was held Wednesday, watching numerous games at one Bellamy of Missouri; loving Aug. 25, 2010 at the Monaghan time. He will always be rememsiblings, James “Cap” Atkins Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton bered for his infectious laugh. The (Georgia), Robert Thomas Atkins Pkwy., Mechanicsville. In lieu of family received friends Monday, (Sarah), Major Atkins (Doretha); flowers, please make contribuAug. 30, 2010 at the Monaghan loving sisters, Nellie Mae Wiltions to the family to offset funeral Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton liams, Bernice Taylor, and Mary expenses. Pkwy., Mechanicsville, where a Bailey, all of Stony Creek, Va.; celebration of Billy’s life was held brothers-in-law, Larry, William Billy Bolinskey, 73, of Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010. and Bernard Delaney; sistersMechanicsville, died peacefully in-law, Beverly M. Harris (John) in his sleep Aug. 28, 2010. He is Randall L. Breeden, 81, and Carolyn Brown; and a host survived by his sisters, Paulette of Glen Allen, went to be with his of loving nieces and nephews, Roccograndi (Anthony) and Lord on Aug. 22, 2010. He was born Nov. 27, 1928 in Louisville, “Value You Can Depend On, Service You Can Trust!” chanicsville, passed away Monday, Aug. 23, 2010. She is survived by her sisters, Marsha Gallagher and Sandra Smith; and several nieces and nephews. A celebration of Brenda’s life was held Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 at the Monaghan Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton Parkway, Mechanicsville.

family received friends at Walter J. Manning Funeral Home, 700 N. 25th St. Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010 at Great Hope Baptist Church, 2101 Venable St., where funeral services were held later that day. Rev. Earl L. Blebsoe, pastor, officiated. Graveside services were held at Burial Signal Hill Memorial Park, Hanover County.

MEADOWBRIDGE AUTO SERVICE

8500 Meadowbridge Road 730-5859 Serving Mechanicsville in the same location since 1994

Family owned & operated since 1993

Ricky Baughan (right), welcomes David Dixon (left), to Meadowbridge Auto Service. Dixon has worked for over 20 years in the Auto Service business and now looks forward to seeing old and new customers.

Ask about pickup and delivery service! • Custom Exhaust • Foreign & Domestic • 4x4s • 4 Wheel Alignments • A/C Service • Clutches • Tires • Transmissions & Engines • State Inspections • Vans • Tune-ups • Exhaust • Trucks • Shocks & Struts • Carburetor & Fuel Injection • Brakes • Oil, Lube, Filters

The Mechanicsville Local

purchase over $1,000

(1 coupon per customer, not valid w/any other offer. Exp. 9/15/10.)

Louis Laymon Cargile Jr., “Buddy”, of Mechanicsville, born in Natchez, Miss. on July 6, 1927, the son of the late Louis L.

FREE Carpet Cleaner Rental Free 24-hour Host Dry Cleaner Rental when you purchase your supplies at Hanover Carpet. (1 coupon per customer, not valid w/any other offer. Exp. 9/15/10.)

CARPET • LAMINATE • VINYL HARDWOOD • ON-SITE BINDING DURACERAMIC TILE • AREA RUGS

HanoverCarpet & Vinyl Shop

We will transport you to and from work, or home while your ride is being repaired

10

$100 Off any flooring

Ky. He served his country in the United States Army and retired from Reynolds Metals Company in 1993. He is survived by his loving wife of 59 years, LaVerne Bradley Breeden; his daughter, Sharon Breeden Will and her husband, Gregory E. Will; and his son, Kenneth Bradley Breeden and his wife, Susan Denman Breeden; as well as two sisters, Doris Breeden Neal and Nadine Breeden Huber; and many loving nieces and nephews. He was an avid reader and traveler, which took him all over the world. He loved his family. He was active in his church, especially the Clothes Closet. He will be missed by many friends and family. The family received friends Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 at the West Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 11020 W. Broad Street. A funeral service was held Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 at Second Baptist Church. Graveside services followed in Dale Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests gifts be made to the Second Baptist Church Building Fund, 9614 River Rd., Richmond, Va. 23229.

Where you’ll find the latest in flooring styles, colors & in-store specials! 8128 Mechanicsville Tpke. | Hours: M - F 9 til 6, Sat 9 til 2

We are proudly a

Auto Care Center

September 1, 2010

730-3500

Serving the Richmond Area Since 1989

across from the Windmill in the Village of Mechanicsville

Cargile Sr. and Gladys McCrea Cargile, passed away on Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife of 58 years, Lydia Ann McKay Cargile, and is survived by one brother-in-law, two nephews, one niece, several great-nieces, and many devoted friends whose love and support were greatly appreciated by him. Buddy attended LSU before enlisting in the Marine Corps serving as a cryptographer under the Chief of Naval Operations during the occupation of Japan, China and Guam. He was recalled into service for the Korean War to help rebuild the 2nd Marine Division. Upon leaving the Marines, he went to work for Government Intelligence in Washington, D.C. leaving in 1958 to work at the Reynolds Metals Corp H.Q. in Richmond, retiring in 1985 after 27 years of service. A Mason for 60 years, he belonged to the Concordia #305 F&A.M. in Vadalia, La.; Washington Henry #344 A.F.&A.M.; Manchester Royal Arch #48, and in 1974 was Worshipful Master of Hellinic #249 A.F.&A.M. which was later absorbed into Metropolitan #11. He was also a life member of the Mechanicsville VFW Post 9808. The family received friends at the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett

Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Rd Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2010. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010 at River View Cemetery with the Reverend Mark D. Miller officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society , 4240 Park Place Court, Glen Allen, Va. 23058.

Lori & Charlie

Charlie Family Hair Care

Homeowner and Contractor Equipment Rentals

Professional Hair Dresser

Landscaping Equipment

at

7418 Antique Lane

730-2051 •Haircuts •Perms •Color •Highlights

Raymond Monroe Doggett, 63, of Glen Allen, departed this earth Monday, Aug. 23, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Hampton Doggett; his sister, Barbara Blanton; and his brothers, Henry and Bobby Doggett. He is survived by three sons, Raymond Earl (Andrea), Wayne Franklin and Brian Lee (Kathy); one brother, Michael Wayne of Bluefield, W.Va.; two sisters, Margaret Landrum of Richmond and Dottie Purdy (Waymon) of Montpelier; eight grandchildren, Caleb, Madeline, Makayla, Brian Jr., Gavin, Raymond, Christian and Aiden; 14 nieces and nephews, 23 greatnieces and nephews; best friend, Betty Setzer. Raymond was a retired supervisor from Reynolds Metals Company. The family see OBITUARIES, pg. 12 `

Compact Construction Equipment

All Haircuts $10 Call 291-7985 (cell) or 730-2051

#

7418 Antique Ln. Please Call Anytime! Charlie’s Opens at Family Hair Care 9:30 a.m. I-295 Thank You. Pole Green Rd

Brenda Arrington, of Me- other relatives, and friends. The

Appointments & Walk-ins Welcome!

BP Gas Station Mini Mart

MECHANICSVILLE RENTAL CENTER 8179 Mechanicsville Turnpike (near the windmill)

730-5700

www.mperental.com


4 Day Sale! BIG PACK BIG SAVINGS! Wednesday, September 1 - Saturday, September 4

Ch Charmin i Bathroom Tissue

Bounty Paper Towels

30 Big Rolls

$

12 Giant Rolls

99

13

$

With Card

Great American Fish Fillets

Kroger Water 24 pk, 16.9 oz Bottles

Frozen, Select Varieties, 2.5-5 lb

$ 99

$ 99

2

Low Prices on Produce!

99

13

With Card

9

With Card

Jumbo Russet Potatoes

Gwaltney Sliced Bacon

3 Pound Package

3 lb

8 lb Bag

$

10

2$ For

With Card

With Card

7

99 With Card

Kroger is your Racing Connection!

FREE

Sprint Cup Tickets!

Up To $

110

Value

The Air Guard 400

Qualify to win TWO FREE VIP Nationwide Series Tickets, to the VIRGINIA 529 COLLEGE SAVINGS 250 at Richmond International Raceway on Friday, September 10th!

(Excludes Fuel, Pharmacy, Alcohol, Tobacco and Gift Card Purchases)

Purchase must include any of the following items: Kraft Mayo, Kraft Miracle Whip, Tostitos Tortilla Chips, Herr’s Chips, Bounty Paper Towels, Charmin Bath Tissue, Old Spice Deodorant or Body Wash, Lipton Tea, Dr Pepper 12 pk or Coca-Cola 8 pk

You automatically qualify to win, with the purchase of any BUBBA burger product using your Kroger Plus card. Each winner chosen, will receive TWO tickets to the Race, and TWO Tickets to the Pre Race Hospitality Area! See more details in store.

Ticket Voucher will print on your Kroger receipt. To redeem Ticket Voucher Call 866-455-Race (7223) Mention KROGER OFFER AND VOUCHER NUMBER FROM RECEIPT (Limit 2 FREE tickets per household) Limited offer while supplies last.

Purchase $145 in a single transaction at any area Kroger store August 29-September 4 and get TWO tickets (While Supplies Last) to

Shop Kroger and save

More Ways to Save Now get INSTANT fuel savings at Kroger and Shell too!

or up to

At Kroger Fuel Centers and participating Shell locations. See store for details, or visit kroger.com/fuel Items & prices good in Richmond Area through September 4, 2010

WED THURS 1 2

FRI 3

SAT 4

Copyright 2010. Kroger Mid-Atlantic. We reserve the right to limit quantities. None sold to dealers.

a gallon ll att Shell Sh ll

a gallon att Kroger K

every time you redeem 100 points

every time you redeem up to 1,000 points

Everyday Unlimited Visit our website at www.kroger.com for additional savings.

up to & Including a face value of

Manufacturers

DOUBLE COUPONS The Mechanicsville Local

50

¢

See Store for details

September 1, 2010

11


called by his close friends, lost his battle with cancer. Formerly Continued from pg. 10 b of Pearisburg, Va., Eddie was a second generation jeweler and received friends Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010 at Bliley’s-Staples owned and operated Dowdy’s Jewelers Inc. in Pearisburg for the Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Road, where a funeral service was held last 25 of its 44 years in business. Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010. Grave- He was also founder of NAPA side services were held in Signal Auto Parts Inc., in Pearisburg. He was a member of the Shady Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions Grove United Methodist Church in Glen Allen. He was known in may be made to the American Corvette and Harley-Davidson Heart Association. circles for his 1963 Corvette and Edison Lincoln Dowdy his 1950 designed Road King Classic. He is survived by his Jr., 66 of Glen Allen, passed wife of 47 years, Alice Williams away Friday, Aug. 27, 2010 at Dowdy of Glen Allen; one son, Retreat Hospital in Richmond. Tony Dowdy and wife, Anne, Eddie, or “Rowdy” as he was

OBITUARIES

Hanover Youth Basketball League Winter Season 2010 Boys & Girls - 2nd grade through 12th grade (no older than 18)

of Glen Allen; one daughter, Elizabeth D. Skaggs and husband, Mitch, of Roanoke; three grandchildren, Edison Drew Lagan, Stephanie Anne Dowdy, and Caroline Grace Dowdy; and also his furry friends, Abbie, Chloe, Brogan, SamiJo, Lillie, and Jazz. Funeral services will be conducted Monday, August 30, 2010 at 2 p.m. at the Pearisburg First United Methodist in Pearisburg with Rev. Eddie Kendall and Dr. Fred L. Austin officiating, and with burial following in the Birchlawn Burial Park in Pearisburg, Va. The family received friends at the Pearisburg First United Methodist Church, Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society , Giles Relay For Life , Sandra Clark, 307 Mayo Circle, Pearisburg, Va. 24134. The family wishes to thank the nurses of Hospice of Virginia for all their care. Online condolences can be sent to the www.givensfuneralhome.com.

Now Open Games are played on Weekends Important Dates (subject to change) • Oct. 8th is sign up deadline • Evaluation will be held on SUNDAY, Oct. 17th at OKMS, schedule available on website • Season is Nov 2010 to February 2011

Register and pay at: www.hanoverbasketball.org

FEE PER PLAYER: $110.00

• Health insurance • Dental coverage • Vision insurance • Life insurance • Hospital indemnity insurance • Juvenile life insurance • Critical illness coverage • Long term care Plus, • Fixed annuities Call your local MarketPOINT representative:

This program is co-sponsored by

Janet Proffit 804-240-4681

HANOVER PARKS AND RECREATION For more information, please visit

9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday – Friday

our website at: www.hanoverbasketball.org GHA07VXES12

The Mechanicsville Local

, “Cowboy”, born June 10, 1935, passed away Aug. 26, 2010. He was preceded in death by his son, William Roy Grindstaff; his parents, Henry and Maggie Grindstaff; his two sisters, Lena Bass and Blanche Taylor. He is survived by his wife, Shirley; his daughters, Faye Hampton (Charles) and Ann Gates (John); his son, Jimmy Grindstaff (Anne); his grandchildren, Melissa, Chris, David and John Henry; and four great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his brother, Lawson Grindstaff; and sister, Lola Hooper. He was a well-known local auctioneer, an active member of VAA and served in the National Guard. He was also well-known by friends as Cowboy for his western wear and Stetson hats. The family received guests on Saturday, Aug. 28, 2010 and Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010 at Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-

Exciting new products to protect you, your family & your lifestyle.

Registration is

12

William Henry Grindstaff Davis Road, Mechanicsville,

September 1, 2010

and John. After receiving her education in the Hanover County School System, she worked at the Ashland Shirt Factory for many years. Later she retired Barbara Watson Isbell, from Best Products after 30 43, of Glen Allen, passed away on years of service. Mattie loved her church family! She was Aug. 6, 2010. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Amber an active member of Shiloh Baptist Church, Ashland. Marie Isbell; and her grandOver the years, she held parents, George and Mildred various positions including Sanderson. She is survived by her parents, Norman and Donna Willing Worker, treasurer and usher. Mattie also loved Watson; brother, Norman “Jr.” her family. She was known Watson (Angela Watson); her affectionately as “Mama” to children, Jessica, Amanda and some, but “Grandma” to all. Devin Isbell; her nieces, Heather She loved all of her grandWatson and Haley Lewis; best children, but especially her friend, Debbie Payne; her loving boys. She had an open door aunts, uncles and cousins. A policy to almost anyone celebration of her life was held Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010 at Hunton in need. She used to say, Community Center at the corner “Everyone needs a place to stay and eat.” Left to cherish of Greenwood Road and Old her memory is one daughWashington Highway. In lieu of ter, Joyce Harris; one sister, flowers, contributions may be Alice Taliaferro; four grandmade in memory of Barbara to sons, Edward Jr., (Vanessa), the Henrico Animal Shelter. Wade (Kimberly), Andre and Cedric; one grandStanley T. Johnson, 68, daughter, Cassandra; 12 of Studley, went to be with the great- grandchildren, eight Lord on Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010. great-great-grandchildren, He is survived by his wife, Alma and a host of other relatives Johnson; daughters, Michelle and many friends. Remains McGrady (Tim) and Rae Pittman rest at the F.E. Dabney (Michael); and grandchildren, Funeral Home, 600 B Street, Nichole, Sarah and Josh. The famAshland. Homegoing servicily received friends on Tuesday, es were held Friday, Aug. 27, Aug. 24, 2010 at Bennett Funeral 2010 at the Shiloh Baptist Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road, Church, 106 S. James Street, Mechanicsville. Graveside funeral Ashland. Rev. Michael Shanservices were held on Wednesnon Sr., pastor, officiated. day, Aug. 25, 2010 in Signal Hill Graveside services were held Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, in the church cemetery. The donations may be made to New family received friends durHighland Baptist Church Benevoing an hour of reflection on lence Fund, 9200 New Ashcake Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 at Road, Mechanicsville, Va. 23116. the Shiloh Baptist Church. Online condolences can be Mattie D. Mason, 86, made at fedabneyfuneralof Ashland, entered into home.com. eternal rest on Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010. She was preceded Novelene Howard in death by her husband, Sherman Mason; six sisters, Shroyer, 86, of Covenant Catherine, Molly, Gertrude, Woods, Mechanicsville, widow of Dr. Donald C. ShroyBertha, Gladys and Rosa; er, went to be with the Lord two brothers, Lucien and Ford; two children, Junius where a funeral service was held on Monday, Aug. 30, 2010. Graveside services were held in Greenwood Memorial Park.

see OBITUARIES, pg. 14 `


4 Reasons Why You Find Great Bargains at Bargain Depot! We Don’t Pay Full Price, So You Don’t Pay Full Price We buy overstocks, closeouts, samples, factory specials and more. All first quality at prices 30-80% below regular retail.

No Fancy Showroom

Great Selection

Famous Brand Names

We don’t pay high rent or have a fancy showroom so we can pass the savings on to you.

Thousands of pieces of inventory including living rooms, dining rooms, bedrooms, recliners, accent pieces, kid’s furniture, mattresses and accessories.

Quality furniture from brands you’ll recognize and appreciate.

YOUR CHOICE 2 Piece Sets

$

555

Bonded Leather Reclining Sofa

398

$

Save 30-80% OFF Regular Retails

Sa

YOUR CHOICE

398

PLUS TAKE AN ADDITONAL

$

10% - 30%

QUEEN BEDDING 2 Piece Sets

$

244

QUEEN BED

398

$ Twin or Full Headboard, Dresser, Mirror and Nighstand

OFF

Select Merchandise Throughout the Store!

201 FORT MEADE ROAD • 483-3527 At intersection of Rts 197 & 198, Across from Home Depot SHOP: Monday - Saturday 10-8 and Sunday 12-6 Visit us at http://www.bddfurniture.com

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

13


various capacities. She was an avid knitter and used her Continued from pg. 12 b talent to benefit both those she loved and those in need. Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010. The family received friends She is survived by her son, Michael Linden Shroyer and Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010 at his wife, Debra, of Utah; her the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, daughter, Suzanne Shroyer 8014 Lee-Davis Road, where Harris and her husband, Stephen, of North Carolina; services were held Monday, Aug. 30, 2010. Graveside her former daughter-inservices will be held at 2 law, Mary E. Shroyer; three p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6, grandchildren, Heather S. Dowdy, Laurel S. Hanke and 2010 in Arlington National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, M. Linden Shroyer II; five contributions may be made great-grandchildren; and to the Covenant Woods her sister, Lila H. Irby and Fund, 7090 Covenant her husband, Moreland R. Woods Dr., Mechanicsville, Irby Jr. She was preceded Va. 23111 or the SPCA, 2519 in death by her brother, Hermitage Rd., Richmond, Randall R. Howard, and is Va. 23220. survived by his children: niece, Sheryl L. Eickelberg, and nephew, Steven R. How- Neville McLean ard. She is also survived by a Staughton Jr., 85 of sister-in-law, Nancy Virginia Mechanicsville, passed away Shroyer Bain and her six Aug. 26, 2010. He is survived children. She served in the by his devoted wife, Jeannine U.S. Navy during WWII as Dance Staughton; one brother, a WAVE. Mrs. Shroyer gave Harry Staughton and his wife, much of her time volunteerLee Staughton; one sister, Jane ing at Covenant Woods in

OBITUARIES

Staughton Barlow; one daughter, Karen Staughton McNamara and her husband, Gary Wayne McNamara; two sons, Darrell Ray Staughton and Marvin Wayne Staughton; four grandchildren, Misty, Jimmy, Tiffany, Chelsea and her husband, Joe Ferguson; three great-grandchildren, Kalib, Mitchell and Samuel; many beloved nieces and nephews; and his beloved cousin, Josephine in Germany. He was a retired fire captain with the Richmond Fire Bureau with 37 years of service. He was a charter union member of the Richmond Fire Bureau. He was a U.S. Navy veteran serving on the USS New York during WWII. He was a member of the VFW Battle Field Post #9808. The family would like to thank Heartland Hospice and his devoted niece, Joe Lynn Staughton for their faithful care during his last days. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2010 at Bliley’s-Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Rd. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the American Heart Association .

WALKING ON “PINS AND NEEDLES?” SAY “GOODBYE” TO PAINFUL, NUMB FEET! Clinically proven, treatment helping thousands: • Improve Sensation • Reduce Pain and Pain Medications • Reduce Falls TAKE THE FIRST STEP, CALL

AMERICAN SENIOR CARE at 804-562-4252 today to see if you qualify for home health care services. Services covered 100% by Medicare 14

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Clyde and Arlene; along with a host of other relatives and many friends. The family received Springs, our beloved mother, friends at F. E. Dabney Funeral grandmother, sister and friend, entered into eternal rest peacefully Home, 600 B Street, Ashland on Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 in the F. E. at her home on Monday, Aug. Dabney Funeral Home Chapel. 23, 2010. She was born to the Pastor Lawrence Samuel officilate Dester and Bettie Barnes on ated. Graveside services were held August 2, 1934 in Angier, N.C. in the Tunstall Family Cemetery. Barbara graduated from Angier High School in 1952. She enjoyed Online condolences can be made at: fedabneyfuneralhome.com. sports and played on her high school basketball team. Barbara Mary Etta Wyatt, 53, of was retired from real estate and property management and was an Henrico, went to be with the Lord avid Bridge player. She is survived Friday, Aug. 27, 2010 at her home with her family by her side. Mrs. by her sisters, Homezell Gilliam Wyatt was a longtime member of Portsmouth, Va., Geraldine of Oak Grove Wesleyan Church. Tilley of Fuquay-Varina, N.C., She was beautiful and a loving and Martha Lou Winn of Zuni, wife, mother, grandmother, sister, Va.; daughters, Jan Franck and and friend to all she met. She is Sandra Morris; granddaughters, survived by her loving husband Stephanie Mosley and Ashley Rae Morris; and great-grandson, of 27 years, James B. Wyatt; a daughter, Tina M. Smart and Logan Mosley, all of Richmond, Va. The family received friends to her husband, John Smart Jr.; son, Wesley A. Hathcock and his wife, celebrate her life on Wednesday, Stacy R. Hathcock; two grandchilAug. 25, 2010 at the Mechandren, Coty W. Smart and Kaylee icsville Chapel of the Bennett R. Hathcock; six siblings, Martha Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Williams, Jessie Wright, Sue Rd., Mechanicsville, Va., where services were held Thursday, Aug. Dinsmore, Kathy Ledford, Buddy 26, 2010. Graveside services were Mast and Joyce Conner; numerheld in Hanover Memorial Park. ous nieces, nephews and a host of friends including her canine She was a ray of sunshine and a joy to all that knew her. She will be companion, Kosmo. The family received friends Sunday, Aug. 29, deeply missed. 2010 at Bliley’s - Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Rd. A funeral service Andrew W. Tunstall, was held Monday, Aug. 30, 2010 75, of Ashland, slipped away at Oak Grove Wesleyan Church, into eternal rest to be with our Heavenly Father on Aug. 24, 2010. 16360 Woodman Hall Rd., MontAndrew is the youngest son of the pelier, Va. 23192.

Barbara Ann Barnes Tester, 76, of Highland

Elizabeth D. Phillips and husband, David, of Mechanicsville, Va.; and his stepson, William B. Duke Jr. and wife, Jacqueline, of Goldsboro, N.C.; grandchildren, Carrie Mowbray and husband, Brodie Dollinger, Erica and Ethan Duke. Online condolences may be sent to the family at seymourfuneralhome.com.

Dorothy L. Zook, “Dot”, 73, of Ashland, went home to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2010. She was loved by many and is no longer suffering any pain. She was preceded in death by a son, Jeff Zook of Lancaster, Pa.; and her parents, Gilbert and Vesta Helmuth of Streetsboro, Ohio. She is survived by her husband, Gilbert Zook of Ashland; and her sons and their families, Larry and Christina Zook of Tewksbury, Mass.; Jerry and Daune Zook; her granddaughters, Raleigh and Sawyer Zook; her grandson, Noah Zook, all of Ashland; and her brother and his family, Willard and Loretta Helmuth of Marshville, N.C. Dorothy retired from the Post-Partum Unit of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, Forest Campus in Richmond, Va. She was active in the Ashland Church of God for many years. She poured her life into her family and serving others. Dot’s love for others and heart of service will be missed by all. The late Frank and Mannie Tunstall. family received friends at the Jerome Seaborn He was preceded in death by Ashland Church of God, 407 his wife, Josephine; a daughter, Wyman, “Jerry”, 80, S.F.C. Myrtle Street, Ashland, Va., Karen; and brother, Marion. Left (Ret.) United States Army, passed on Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. A to cherish his memory his three away Friday at Wayne Memoservice to celebrate her life daughters, Evelyn Tunstall, Sandra rial Hospital. Jerry was born in was held on Saturday, Aug. 28, Lawrence (Gary) and Patricia Nashville, Tenn., on June 23, 1930, 2010, also at Ashland Church Henderson (devoted son-in-law, the son of the late Walter F. and of God. A graveside service Archie); two sons, Andrew Jr. Nona Grady Wyman. He was followed at Signal Memorial (Anita) and James; three brothers, married to the late JoAnn WilPark in Hanover, Va. In lieu of Harold ( Rebecca), James and liams Wyman. Jerry was retired flowers, contributions may be William Gordon; sisters, Julia from the United States Postal given to the Ashland Church Jones and Shirley Stewart; nine Service. A graveside service will of God Building Fund, 407 special grandchildren, Kendall, be held at a later date at Virginia Jaymes, Shudan, Amber, Kendra, Veterans Cemetery at Amelia, Va., Myrtle Street, Ashland, Va. 23005. Online condolences Sheree, Shanel, Destinee and with full military honors. Jerry may be made at www.nelsenAndre; devoted friends, Norman, is survived by his stepdaughter, cares.com. Champ, Dave, Clarence, James,


Open enrollment period for land use program starts If the land use is changed, the tax reduction Hanover County landowners who use their property for agricultural, horticultural or forestal must be repaid with simple interest for the curuses or keep it in open space are invited to enroll rent tax year and a maximum of the previous in the Land Use Taxation Program. five tax years. Under the program, qualified landowners can Participants with acreage or use changes must have their property assessed at “use value,” which reapply and revalidate their eligibility. may be lower than market value. This would Revalidation also is required after six years reduce their real property taxes. even if there is no change in land use. There is no The application period for this program charge for this revalidation. begins Sept. 1 and extends through Nov. 1, with A $10 filing fee is charged on each new applian additional enrollment cation. period Jan. 1. through Applications will not Qualified landowners Feb. 1, 2011. be accepted if there are can have their property In order to qualify for any delinquent taxes on assessed at “use value,” the tax deduction, the the property. which may be lower property must be zoned About 3,270 parthan market value. This would for agricultural uses and cels and 161,338 acres reduce their real property taxes. have been in agricultural, are enrolled in Hanover horticultural, forest or County’s Land Use open space uses for at Taxation program. This least five years. represents more than one-half the county’s total Property that has been zoned Rural acreage. Conservation (RC) also can qualify for the Land The total tax deferral realized by these propUse program. erty owners exceeds $5.7 million. The minimum qualifying acreages are five For more information about the Land Use acres for agricultural, horticultural and open Program or other tax relief programs offered by space and 20 acres for forest use. Hanover County, call the Commissioner of the A one-acre house site is allowed in all cat- Revenue at 365-6125 or visit www.co.hanover. egories. va.us/comrevnu/default.htm. Requirements and values are established by Information submitted by Tom Harris, Hanover the State Land Evaluation Advisory Council. County public information officer.

Effinger School Open House set The Effinger School for Academically Talented Children has extended an invitation to all interested parents and children to its Open House, which will be held from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 1, at the Walnut Grove Baptist Church at 7046 Cold Harbor Road in Mechanicsville. For more information, visit www.EffingerSchool. com or call 305-3667.

Empty Plate Luncheon to be held Oct. 13 at Science Museum of Virginia The Capital Area Agency on Aging will hold its Seventh Annual Empty Plate Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 13, at the Science Museum of Virginia’s Thalhimer Pavilion. The luncheon highlights the organization’s ongoing Empty Plate Campaign — A $50 Donation Fills an Empty Plate 12 times for a Needy Senior.” Last year, with the community’s support, the campaign raised $30,000 to support home-delivered meals, trans-

portation assistance and other critical services that help older adults and persons with disabilities lead healthy and productive lives in their homes and communities. Through the collaborative effort, assistance was provided to more than 500 needy individuals. For more information, call the The Capital Area Agency on Aging at 343-3000 or 1800-989-2286. The website address is w w w. s e n i orc on n e c t i ons va.org.

Visit any of our 25 locations, including Ashland, Central Garage, and Windmill. www.bankevb.com • (804) 443-4333 1-888-464-BANK (2265) *3.01% Annual Percentage Yield (APY) paid on that portion of the balance up to $25,000 each cycle the minimum requirements are met. 1.45% APY paid on that portion of the balance over $25,000 each cycle the minimum requirements are met. If you do not meet the requirements during a given cycle, you will earn the Base Rate of 0.05%. Rates are effective as of the date of publication. At the bank’s discretion, the interest rate and APY may change at any time after the account is opened. No minimum balance required. However, you must deposit $100.00 to open this account. No monthly service charge. **If you do not meet the requirements per cycle, your account will still function as a free checking account earning the Base Rate, however it will not receive ATM refunds for that time period. Available to personal accounts only. Fees may reduce earnings. EVB® is a registered trademark of EVB in the United States.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

15


MITCHELL WINDOWS & SIDING # Maintenance Free # â&#x20AC;˘ Replacement Windows â&#x20AC;˘ Vinyl Siding â&#x20AC;˘ Custom Trim â&#x20AC;˘ Seamless Gutters â&#x20AC;&#x201D;Licensed & Insuredâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;

FREE ESTIMATES

730-1046

Mike Mitchell â&#x20AC;˘ Service In Your Area Since 1975

Switch to NationwideÂŽ and save. Contact me about available discounts on your auto insurance.

Brandon Hedrick

7233 Mechanicsville Tpke. Mechanicsville

(804) 559-1200

Š2008-2010 Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and Affiliated Companies. Nationwide Life Insurance Company. Home office: Columbus, Ohio 43215-2220. Nationwide, the Nationwide Framemark and On Your Side are federally registered service marks of Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company. Not available in all states. We offer non-Nationwide homeowners insurance products only in FL.

KCES to host Open House Open House activities for Kersey Creek will be held in two sessions on Thursday, Sept. 2. Students whose last names begin with L through Z are invited to come to the school from 3 to 4:30 p.m. The second session, for students whose names begin with A through K, is scheduled from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Students may bring their school supplies to their classrooms on that day. Supply lists are available on the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website at http:// www.hcps.us/kces/

Solid waste centers close for holiday Hanoverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s six solid waste convenience centers and the U.S. 301 Transfer Station will be closed on Monday, Sept. 6, in observance of Labor Day. The convenience centers and transfer station will reopen at their regular times on Tuesday, Sept. 7. For more information, call Works at 365-6181.

Markets fluctuate. Relationships shouldnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re with you every step of the way.

Senior Vice President - Investments Financial Advisor 1021 East Cary Street, 9th floor Richmond, VA 23219 804-697-6744 X NO Bank Guarantee

X MAY Lose Value

H 8FMMT 'BSHP "EWJTPST JT UIF USBEF OBNF VTFE CZ UXP TFQBSBUF SFHJTUFSFE CSPLFSEFBMFST 8FMMT 'BSHP "EWJTPST --$ BOE 8FMMT 'BSHP "EWJTPST 'JOBODJBM /FUXPSL --$ .FNCFST 4*1$ OPO CBOL BGĂśMJBUFT PG 8FMMT 'BSHP  $PNQBOZ ÂŞ 8FMMT 'BSHP "EWJTPST --$ "MM SJHIUT SFTFSWFE  <W> " 

16

The Mechanicsville Local

The 2010-2011 Yearbook will also be on sale for $18. The PTA will be enrolling members ($5 per person) and selling student spirit wear at Open House. PTA members also will be available to help you sign up online with various businesses (such as Food Lion and Kroger) that support KCES by donating a portion of sales to the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s PTA. For those who are unable to attend the Open House, classroom teachers will personally contact them before the first

day of school, Tuesday, Sept. 7. On Sept. 7, staff members also will be available to distribute classroom assignments to parents and students, as well as give directions to the classrooms. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The administration and staff are busily preparing for students and their families,â&#x20AC;? principal Deborah Waters said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are very excited about the opportunities that await us as we continue to be Caring Comets.â&#x20AC;? For more information, contact Waters at 723-3440 or a dwaters@hcps.us.

Golf tournament to benefit Henry Clay Elementary Market Ashland Partnership is gearing up for its 10th Annual Golf Tournament in support of Henry Clay Elementary School. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goal is $2,500, with all proceeds going toward the purchase of supplies and materials for the kindergarten classrooms. The golf tournament is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 30, at the Hollows Golf Club at 14501 Greenwood Church Road in Montpelier. Participants will be able to enjoy 18 holes of golf and a BBQ dinner afterwards. Door prizes will be awarded.

Team pricing is $350 per team if paid by Sept. 1 or $375 per team if paid after Sept. 1. Team registration includes four players per team, 18-hole tournament, cart, range balls, four mulligans per team (additional mulligans can be purchased for $5 each with a maximum purchase of 10 per person), four drink tickets per person and a BBQ dinner with all the fixinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s. Team information and payment can be sent to Kelly Walsh, Fete Studio, 414 W. Broad St., Richmond VA 23220. For more information about MAP, visit www.shopashlandfirst.com

Shriners to present Pork Festival Oct. 23

Bryan Halstead

Investment and Insurance Products: X NOT FDIC Insured

Open House activities will begin in the foyer and will require parents to provide appropriate forms of personal identification prior to receiving their childâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s class/teacher assignment. School fees ($4 art fee for all students and $5 recorder fee for students in grades four and five) may be paid in the cafeteria. Lunch money also may be deposited into studentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; accounts. Agendas ($4) for students in grades two through five will be on sale.

September 1, 2010

The ACCA Shriners Annual Central Virginia Pork Festival will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23, at the Richmond Raceway Complex on Strawberry Hill. The all-you-can-eat event features pork chops, BBQ, navy bean soup, spare ribs, hot

dogs, fried chittlings, country ham and red eye gravy, french fried sweet potatoes, ham biscuits and sausage biscuits, and a variety of beverages. Tickets are $30 per person pre-sale and $40 per person at Gate â&#x20AC;&#x153;Aâ&#x20AC;? only. Children under 5 will be admitted free of

charge. No refunds are available. For more information, call the Shrine Ticket Office at 2640509, VISA/MasterCard orders at 264-0509 or Roger Bottorff, coordinator, at 744-2885. The website address is www.accashriners.com.


Delegate â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;sets the record straightâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; on VRS By John Cox, R-55th Special to The Local It was certainly great news to end Virginiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fiscal year on June 30 with an approximate $403 million surplus. When I was sworn in as the new delegate for Hanover Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 55th House District on Jan. 13, the Commonwealth was facing a $1.8 billion deficit for the 2010 fiscal year. The Virginia House and Senate had to make some tough choices, something the federal government has been either unwilling or unable to do; but in the end I believe we acted in the best interest of the citizens of Virginia by balancing our budget without placing an additional tax burden on the people. Critics of the state budget have implied that Gov. McDonnell and the Virginia General Assembly achieved the budget surplus by taking money from the Virginia Retirement System. That implication is simply not true. The VRS is too important to our state and local employees for me to allow that assertion to go unchallenged. Additionally, Virginia citizens deserve to know that their state representatives have not â&#x20AC;&#x153;robbed Peter, to pay Paul.â&#x20AC;? That is not the way Virginia operates. It is important to understand that 2010 legislative actions related to the VRS were part of a comprehensive reform of VRS benefits. First, it is important to understand that these changes do not affect current employees hired prior to July 1, 2010. House Bill 1189 fully recognized and addressed the need to â&#x20AC;&#x153;bend down the cost curveâ&#x20AC;? of the Commonwealthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s VRS pension liabilities, which will

help bring the state budget into more structural long-term balance going forward. The changes enacted by HB1189 will reduce the cost of providing benefits to new hires by 15 percent to 20 percent as compared to benefits currently provided to existing employees, and make Virginiaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s public employee benefits more comparable with the private sector. These reforms are expected to reduce the employer costs by as much as $3.0 billion over the next 10 years, with even greater savings over time. While this fiscally responsible change will lead to lower contribution rates in the future,

6XQGD\

0RQGD\

 %UXQFK DPSP  %UXQFK DPSP  %UXQFK DPSP

 %UXQFK DPSP

assets. When the VRS rates for the FY 2010-2012 state budget were set by the actuary in June 2009 (a full year before the start of the new budget), the VRS asset value was approximately $42 billion. At the close of the fiscal year on June 30, 2010, the VRS assets increased in value by 15% to about $48 billion. Therefore, the unfunded liability of the VRS is less today than when the rates where set in June 2009! In other words, the contribution rate attributable to the unfunded liability would be less, based on the June 30, 2010,

it is important to understand what really drives the funding status, and the contribution rate for VRS. When rates are set by the actuary, they consist of two components. The first component is called the â&#x20AC;&#x153;normalâ&#x20AC;? rate, which is the rate needed to pay for the benefits for each government employee.The normal rate is around seven percent of payroll. The second component of the rate is the â&#x20AC;&#x153;unfunded liability,â&#x20AC;? which fluctuates every two years, and is primarily driven by market conditions or in other words, the value of the VRS

 %XUJHU 1LJKW

 %XUJHU 1LJKW

7XHV VGD\

:HGQHVGD\  .LGÂśV(DW )UHHIRU /XQFK  'LQQHU



 NIDVW %UHDN IRU'LQQHU





Breakfast for Dinner 

 %XUJHU 1LJKW  VW$QQXDO 5HHVH6WURQJ *ROI 7RXUQDPHQW



Wine Tasting 6 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 8pm  NIDVW %UHDN IRU'LQQHU

.LGÂśV(DW )UHHIRU /XQFK  'LQQHU



valuation. As such, when given the choice on what rates should be funded, the 2010 General Assembly and governor decided to fully fund the â&#x20AC;&#x153;normalâ&#x20AC;? rate only, since the rate attributable to the unfunded liability is somewhat self-correcting with the current and improving markets. Likewise, HB 1189 over the long-term will lower the unfunded liabilities of the system as well. In closing, I want to emphasize that this action was not taken lightly but only after careful examination did the General Assembly and governor con-

7KXUVGD\   %DUEHTXH 1LJKW   %DUEHTXH 1LJKW

 .LGÂśV(DW )UHHIRU /XQFK  'LQQHU

  %DUEHTXH 1LJKW

 .LGÂśV(DW )UHHIRU /XQFK  'LQQHU

  %DUEHTXH 1LJKW

 .LGÂśV(DW )UHHIRU /XQFK  'LQQHU

  %DUEHTXH 1LJKW

)ULGD\

clude that it was necessary. The General Assembly sought to make several difficult choices that would minimize reductions to our core functions of government: public education, public safety and health care. Of course service reductions in these areas were not spared the budget axe. The fact remains, however, that the Virginia General Assembly and governor (unlike other states) have addressed its long-term pension liabilities through comprehensive reform, and as a result has strengthened the entire government retirement system.

6DWXUGD\ 

DVWD 3D 1LLJKW

 +DOI2II $SSHWL]HUV SPÂąSP



 6KRZ XV \RXÂśUH D IDQ RI 5%& RQ IDFHERRN DQG UHFHLYH  RII \RXUPHDOWRGD\ SP

1 1HZ 2UOOHDQV 1LLJKW  N\DUG %DFN %%4 41LJKW  PH5LE 3ULP 1LLJKW

The Mechanicsville Local

 +DOI2II $SSHWL]HUV SPÂąSP  6KRZ XV \RXÂśUH D IDQ RI 5%& RQ IDFHERRN DQG UHFHLYH  RII \RXUPHDOWRGD\ SP

September 1, 2010

17


C&F sponsoring video contest Did you know that students who have a savings account dedicated for education are more likely to enroll in college? Or that saving has been linked to an improved outlook on life, greater social engagement and decreased risk-taking behaviors? And the positive aspects of saving don’t end there. Knowing how to save is an important prerequisite to borrowing — a lesson made painfully clear by the recent economic crisis. To help students commit to a lifelong savings habit, C&F Bank is offering an opportunity for area school students aged 13-16: the Lights, Camera, Save! Video Contest. The video contest, an offshoot of the ABA Education Foundation’s Teach Children to Save program, is a unique competition that encour-

Cox honors Eagle Scouts

ages youth to use video to explore the value of saving and inspire others to become lifelong savers. C&F Bank is joining local banks across the country in hosting the first level of the competition to select a winner to represent its bank on the national level. National winners will receive a $3,000, $1,500 or $500 U.S. savings bond or an iPod® Touch. For more information, visit www. TeachChildrentoSave.com and look for the Lights, Camera, Save! icon in the top right corner. If you have questions about the video contest, contact Maureen Medlin, C&F Bank VP marketing, at mmedlin@cffc.com or call 843-2364, ext. 19216, or 757-741-2229.

Photo submitted by Buddy Fowler

Del. John Cox, center, R-55, of Ashland attended the Eagle Scout Court of Honor for new Eagle Scouts Alan William Lloyd, left, and Ted Justin Lloyd Matthews. Cox presented a special commendation from Virginia’s House of Delegates to recognize the achievement by the two scouts. Alan and Ted are members of Mechanicsville Troop 534.

Meeting Sundays at: The Meadowbridge 7th Day Adventist Facility 7400 Antique Lane, Mechanicsville Sunday School ................. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship ......... 10:30 a.m. Evening Service ................ 6:00 p.m. Study

Ladies community Bible “Beginning Tuesday, September 7th at the Mechanicsville Library multi-purpose room at 10:30 a.m.” Childcare will be provided, and all are welcome to attend!

Coming Soon Wednesday, Sept. 8th Every Wednesday Evening at 7pm during the school year at the Laurel Meadows Elementary School

Sunday, Sept. 12th Every attending student will receive a gift

www.TruthBaptistChurch.com 804-627-2170 18

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Sheriff Cook to be honored at chamber dinner/meeting The Hanover Association of Businesses and Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner and Membership Meeting will be held from 6 to 9 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at the Islamorada Restaurant inside Bass Pro Shops at 11550 Lakeridge Parkway in Ashland. The evening’s program will include recognition of Col. V. Stuart Cook, sheriff , and his years of service to the citizens of Hanover County. Members will elect officers and directors. The agenda also includes recognizing retiring COL. V. STUART COOK directors and the presentation salad bar, three entrees, vegof three awards etables, rice pilaf, bread and Dinner includes appetizers, dessert.

Registration and social will get under way at 6 p.m. A buffet dinner will follow at 6:45 p.m., with the Membering Meeting and program starting at 7:45 p.m. The cost is $35 per person in advance and $40 at the door. Lead sponsors are: Cavalier Rifle & Pistol Club, Shurm Construction and Union First Market Bank. Key sponsors are: BB&T, EVB and Village Bank. Program sponsors are: Hometown Realty and Christopher Peace. For more information, call the HABCC at 798-8130 or email habcc@habcc.com.


MES event to promote wellness and support student projects Mechanicsville Elementary School is organizing the Mechanicsville Miler, a running event to be held on Oct. 30 to promote wellness and physical fitness, as well as to raise money for students for instructional projects. A 1-Mile Fun Run will be offered to children, while all ages can participate in a 3-

Mile Run/Walk. Assistant principal Alicia Todd said the school is now seeking sponsors. Four levels are available: Gold, $300; Silver, $150; Bronze, $75; and Friends of Mechanicsville, $25. Gold level sponsors will have their name and logo on the back of the event t-shirt that all participants receive.

Silver level sponsors will have their corporation’s name on the back of the t-shirt. All sponsors will be listed on the school’s website and in the PTA newsletter. For more information, or to become a sponsor, contact Todd at atodd@hanover.k12. va.us or call 723-3640 or fax 723-3643.

“Greatest Loser Contest”

6 week challenge starting September 27, 2010. Includes 2 weight management classes and unlimited exercising. Teams of 2, so bring a friend, cost $30 each. Prizes awarded, space limited. Call for your appointment Bell Creek Mechanicsville:

804-559-0063

Kings Charter:

Ashland:

804-550-5760

804-752-2664

Tai Chi for Arthritis class offered A six-week session for “Tai Chi for Arthritis” class will get under way on Thursday, Sept. 16, at the Covenant Woods in Mechanicsville. The Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Program will be taught by Jo Ann Widner, a registered nurse, who uses easy to learn, gentle movements that improve physical strength, flexibility, balance and well-being. The class will meet

from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursdays through Oct. 21. The class is suitable for every fitness level. Cost is $48 and pre-registration is required. Class size is limited. For more information, or to pre-register, call the Covenant Woods Wellness Center at 569-8043.

PLAN NOW INSTEAD OF THE COURT DECIDING LATER

WILLS DO NOT AVOID PROBATE We will explain how to transfer your HOME to your family without probate fees!!! PLAN TO ATTEND THIS FREE SEMINAR

MECHANICSVILLE

WE ARE THE LOCAL TURF SPECIALISTS FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELFER!

Holiday Inn Express 7441 Bell Creek Road Monday, September 8th ~ 10 to 11:15 am

Modern, Easy-to-Use Rental Equipment for Your Yard Plug AERATORS starting at just $35.00! Lightweight, effective DETHATCHERS Fluff up your winter mulch with our CULTIVATOR Convenient, fast, and professional - we are the experts! Our reservation system ensures you have it when you want it!

WHY IT’S RISKY TO USE NON-ATTORNEY, DO IT YOURSELF OR INTERNET TRUSTS EVERY HOMEOWNER - SINGLE OR MARRIED - SHOULD ATTEND THIS SEMINAR x x x

Keep your affairs private and out of the courts Danger of Joint Tenancy How to reduce or eliminate estate taxes

x x x

Guardianship issues for your children Provisions for your grandchildren What happens without a Living Trust

> We have free soil sample kits! <

We have a better value than the local big box stores on premium grass seed! Stop in to see our in-store display and prove it for yourself!

FREE

Reservations Recommended

FREE

1-800-350-6376 Married couples encouraged to attend together

Presented by:

QUICK and EASY ONE-STOP SHOPPING 9 Premium grass seed 9 Fertilizer and Lime 9 Bulk shredded mulch

ALPHA OMEGA FAMILY SERVICES Representing AmeriEstate Legal Plan, Inc

8179 Mechanicsville Tpk. (near the windmill)

All new clients are provided with consultations by an independent qualified attorney who will help you determine the best plan for your family. An independent licensed Notary Public, who may be a licensed insurance agent, will deliver your documents when completed.

730-5700

Protecting America’s Families and Homes from Beginning to End

www.mperental.com

Bring this flyer and receive $300 off your Living Trust package at the Seminar.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

19


Orientation Nights slated at Oak Knoll Middle

Oak Knoll Middle School invites parents and students to attend Orientation Nights, which will include schedule pick-up and school fee payment. The times and dates are: â&#x153;? 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for rising sixth grade only. â&#x153;? 3 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; for rising seventh and eighth grade.

During orientation parents and students will be able to: â&#x153;? Obtain information from Transportation Department representatives concerning buses and bus routes. â&#x153;? Meet teachers and staff. â&#x153;? Deposit money into lunch accounts. â&#x153;? Purchase and pick up gym suits. â&#x153;? Buy Oak Knoll spirit wear (t-shirts, hats, hoodies,

Thank you

etc.). â&#x153;? Bring necessary medication, in the appropriate container, to the clinic and talk with the school nurse, Wendy Johnson. Oak Knoll will also be hosting a Fall Sports meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31, in the cafetorium. Oak Knollâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Back- to -School Night is scheduled for 6 p.m. Sept. 30.

DANIEL MONEGHAN Photo submitted by Connie Lesko

ACS asks for volunteers to help The American Cancer Society is looking for individuals to join in the support of cancer patients in Hanover. Volunteers are needed for two different programs, Look Good . . . Feel Better and Road to Recovery. Look Good . . .Feel Better is a free, two-hour, hands-on group workshop, conducted by volunteer cosmetologists. It is a skin-care and makeup program that helps women cope with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatment and

help restore her sense of inner and outer beauty. The American Cancer Society is looking for licensed cosmetologists that are willing to be trained to conduct a session once every couple of months at Memorial Regional Medical Center. The session is usually on a Monday afternoon and would only require about two hours of time. The Cancer Society also is in need to Road

Those associated with Kaileeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Crusaders extend a â&#x20AC;&#x153;thank youâ&#x20AC;? to everyone that supported their annual yard sale fundraiser benefiting Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). The yard sale is made possible by donations organizers receive throughout the year. All proceeds from the sale benefit JDRF. Kailee Lesko was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 4 years old and the sale is a way to help with the research that hopefully will one day rid all children of the disease.

Did you miss an issue? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry â&#x20AC;&#x201D; we have archives at www.mechlocal.com

see ACS, pg. 21 `

Sarah and Tom are on their way to talk to clients.

Tom Haynie

and

Sarah Oswald

Call them today to make an appointment to learn how you can reach over 66,000 households in print and 178,000 online.

Multi-media Advertising Representatives

804-746-1235 ext. 27

804-746-1235 ext. 28

thaynie@mechlocal.com Follow Tom on twitter @ tgh13

soswald@mechlocal.com Follow Sarah on twitter @ SaraEliza0

   

        

                      

20

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

8396 Prospect Lane Hanover Courthouse - Ashland

$265,000

Custom built Cape Cod, 3 bedrooms, first floor office, 3 baths, pine floors, 2-car garage+ workshop, garden shed & playhouse. Total privacy on two acres.

A Long and Foster Company

Linda Marks www.LindaMarks.com 804.282.7300

Rensselaer recognizes Atlee HS student Daniel Moneghan of Mechanicsville is this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s honoree at Atlee High School of the Rensselaer Medal, the oldest prize of its kind in the United States. More than 3,900 secondary schools throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia award the medal, which is given to students who have distinguished themselves in mathematics and science. To be honored with the Rensselaer Medal, a student must be a member of the junior class and the high schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s single most promising science and mathematics student. Each medalist who is accepted and subsequently enrolls at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, N.Y., receives a scholarship of $60,000 payable in four yearly awards of $15,000 each. Moneghan is the son of Pam and Joe Moneghan.


Chiropractor talks about MRMC nurses discusses ‘ear-ringing,’ hearing loss the science of wellness

Meniere’s Disease was first identified as a specific ailment back in 1861 by Prosper Meniere, a 19th century French doctor who served as chief physician at an institute for deaf-mutes. His studies there led to his specialization in diseases of the ear. “Meniere’s disease, or MD, is thought to affect one in 1,000 people, or about one-tenth of one percent of the world’s population,” Dr. Tripp Stover, D.C., who keeps current on a wide variety of health and wellness issues, said. “Both sexes are affected equally, and the white race seems to be affected more than any other. MD’s onset usually occurs between the ages of 20 and 50.” In this particular case study of a 40-year-old female, the patient had been diagnosed with MD and had a three-month history of vertigo and a 16-month history of tinnitus, which is often characterizes as “ear-ringing” by lay persons, in her left ear. She also showed a low frequency hearing loss. According to the case study report, which was published in the Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, the patient underwent a course of chiropractic [care] consisting of spinal manipulative therapy in the cervical and thoracic spine, softtissue trigger-point therapy, home ice therapy

(as needed), and cervical spine rehabilitation exercises. “The patient’s initial course of chiropractic care consisted of three visits per week for two weeks,” Dr. Stover said. “After just two weeks, her tinnitus was resolved and her vertigo was much improved.” The patient continued with chiropractic care on a less frequent, maintenance program, and her MD continued to remain under control. “This study represents a very preliminary level of findings, and much more research is needed,” Dr. Stover added. “But the results should offer some encouragement for people suffering with the symptoms of Meniere’s Disease.” Anyone wishing more information may contact Dr. Stover, whose office is located at 9097 Atlee Station Rd., Suite 118, in Mechanicsville. The phone number is 559-1100. ----Reference: “Chiropractic management of a 40-year-old female patient with Meniere Disease,” by Peter C. Emary, D.C., Journal of Chiropractic Medicine, March 2010, pp. 22-27. Information submitted by Dr. Tripp Stover.

LABOR DAY SALE Discount Furniture Center Fri. & Sat. 10 am-6 pm | Sun. 12-5 pm | Mon. 10 am-5 pm

Save up to

40% 70% Off Everything in the Store

8235 Mechanicsville Turnpike • 746-7781

At first glance, Memorial Regional Medical Center Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation looks like a gym with treadmills, bikes and TV monitors. Take a closer look, however, and you will notice that it’s not an iPod that’s hooked up to each fitness station, but a monitor that enables nurses to track heart and respiratory rates to ensure workouts are conducted in the cardiopulmonary “safe zone.” Memorial Regional Medical Center may seem like an unusual place for a gym, but when you begin to understand the art and science of cardiac rehabilitation, a branch of rehabilitation medicine dealing with optimizing physical function/ knowledge in patients with cardiac disease, it all becomes clear. Upwards of 7 million Americans suffer from coronary heart disease (CHD). Caused by a narrowing of the coronary arteries, CHD is the most common form of heart disease and is responsible for more than 500,000 deaths each year. Risk factors for CHD include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, smoking, obesity, stress, diabetes and physical inactivity. Lifestyle is a major contributing factor as the majority of cardiovascular disease is caused by poor diet, lack of

ACS Continued from pg. 20 b

to Recovery driver volunteers. Road to Recovery is a free program to cancer patients that do not have a source of trans-

proper exercise and uncontrolled risk factors: 70 percent is related to obesity. Although medical treatments for heart disease have come a long way, controlling risk factors remains the key to preventing illness and death. Depending on severity, some may be able to manage it with lifestyle changes and medications. Others also may require surgery. Regardless, once CHD develops, it requires lifelong management. Both St. Mary’s Hospital and Memorial Regional Medical Center offer National Certified Cardiac Rehabilitation services. While these may appear to be fitness programs, they are actually behavior modification programs. Multi-disciplinary team members teach you how to reduce risks through a comprehensive program of exercise and education, and learning how to live with heart disease. It works like this: After patients receive individual assessments and goal-setting with a cardiologist, registered nurse, dietitian and exercise specialist, a personalized plan is developed. Participants then attend six to 12 weekly, one- to twohour clinics, which include monitored exercise, relaxation techniques with stress man-

portation to their treatment or that can’t afford to get to their treatment. Driver volunteers will need to have an in-state license with a good driving record. They will need to have access to a safe

The Mechanicsville Local

agement and a lectures. This plan is focused on returning you to optimal health and lifestyle while reducing the risk of future health problems by focusing on: ❍ Mind, Body, Spirit: Heart disease is not just a mechanical obstacle but a biochemical and spiritual challenge. We are committed to taking care of the whole person to bring them into optimal health. ❍ Alternative care options: Using state-of-the-art technology, we provide a customized exercise/ education program designed to promote optimal cardiac health based upon the ability to understand the disease, risk factors and exercise prescription. ❍ Education programs: Patients receive individual and group counseling in a variety of areas, including nutrition, stress management, weight loss and smoking cessation. Affiliated with the Bon Secours Heart & Vascular Institute, the Cardiac Rehabilitation/Wellness Program at St. Mary’s and MRMC is a comprehensive cardiac rehabilitation program specifically prescribed to patients who have been hospitalized for coronary artery disease (CAD), a heart attack, coronary artery bypass, angioplasty/stents or see MRMC, pg. 22 `

and reliable vehicle and proof of automobile insurance. If you are interested in helping with any of these programs, contact Andrea Fravel, community manager, at 527-3712 or andrea.fravel@cancer.org.

September 1, 2010

21


Crown â&#x20AC;˘ Chair Rail â&#x20AC;˘ Wall Frames â&#x20AC;˘ Wainscoting

 

)5(( '(6,*1 &2168/7$7,216

Social Security marks 75 years Agency welcomes personal stories and reflections about program

ZZZ-XVW0RXOGLQJFRP Â&#x2122; 3HUIHFW 0RXOGLQJ *XDUDQWHHG Â&#x2122; 1R 'XVW 1R 0HVV Â&#x2122; 3URIHVVLRQDOO\ ,QVWDOOHG /RFDOO\ RZQHG RSHUDWHG )UDQFKLVHV DYDLODEOH

Calabash

Seafood Restaurant

CLUB MIDWAY TIKI BAR

JOIN US ON THE PATIO! Serving Grilled Items Cooked to Order OW CR n E at S N All You Ca

A B on S a

turdays

Share your personal stories and reflections to help Social Security celebrate 75 years of public service Michael J. Astrue, commissioner of Social Security, recently announced that Social Security is asking members of the public, as well as current and former employees, to help the agency celebrate its 75 years of public service by sharing their personal stories and reflections about how Social Security has touched their lives. To share your story, go to www.socialsecurity.gov and click on the box that says â&#x20AC;&#x153;Social Security Celebrates 75 Years of Public Service.â&#x20AC;? Selected stories will be edited for content and brevity and posted for everyone to read. â&#x20AC;&#x153;On Aug. 14, the most important and successful domestic program in our nationâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s history turns 75,â&#x20AC;? Astrue said. â&#x20AC;&#x153;For three quarters of a century, Social Security has

7514 Lee Davis Road

memorable stories of service. Social Security also will soon launch a video contest â&#x20AC;&#x153;How Social Security Has Made a Difference in My Life.â&#x20AC;? Submitted videos will be posted on the agencyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s YouTube channel and the winning video will be posted on www.socialsecurity. gov. Details of the contest are posted on the website. Social Security invites the public to view a special photo gallery that takes them on a brief journey through the agencyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 75-year history. The photo gallery is available at www. socialsecurity.gov/75thanniversary. A more extensive collection of historyrelated materials that presents both the institutional history of the Social Security Administration and the history of the Social Security program is available at www.socialsecurity.gov/history.

Catfish tourney winners

Mechanicsville, VA 23111 (Across from Lee-Davis Athletic Field)

746-8630 www.calabash-seafood.com

provided a financial lifeline to millions of Americans. As we approach our anniversary, Social Security remains a solid foundation for retirees, the disabled and survivors. I encourage everyone to visit our website, share their stories and join me in wishing Social Security a happy 75th anniversary.â&#x20AC;? Social Security is asking people to tell how the program made a difference in their lives and the lives of their family and friends. For example: â&#x153;&#x201C; How did it feel to receive your first retirement check? â&#x153;&#x201C; Tell us if you received survivors benefits when a loved one died. â&#x153;&#x201C; How has the Social Security disability program helped you? â&#x153;&#x201C; How did a Social Security Administration employee go above and beyond to provide you with great service? â&#x153;&#x201C; Current and former Social Security Administration employees: Share your

www.midwaylounge.com

Liberty Trace

$2,500 Towards Closing*

Good thru 9/30/10 Grand Opening with this ad Pre-Construction Pricing

Starting at $150,000â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Two-Level Garage Homes

â&#x20AC;˘ 2-Level Garage Townhomes featuring â&#x20AC;˘ Oversized Kitchen â&#x20AC;˘ 3 Bedrooms â&#x20AC;˘ 2.5 Baths â&#x20AC;˘ Children attend Hanoverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s New Laurel Meadow Elementary School! 1-295 to US 360 E. Continue to Community Sales Center. 7700 Marshal Arch Drive behind Loweâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

Photos submitted by Lynn Stewart

Winners of King William Moose Lodge 2634â&#x20AC;&#x2122;s â&#x20AC;&#x153;All Night Catfishing Eventâ&#x20AC;? were Dean Irwin (1), who had the biggest catfish, weighing 46 pounds, and Travis Franklin, who came in second with a catfish weighing 34 pounds. Irwin won $322 and Franklin won $161. The event was held Aug. 21 on the Mattaponi and Rappahannock rivers. For information about upcoming events, call 769-3605.

MRMC Jason Burrows â&#x20AC;˘ Model Open Daily â&#x20AC;˘ 804-723-5641 *CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH ANOTHER PROMOTION

www.royaldominionhomes.com 22

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Continued from pg. 21 b

are being treated for angina/ congestive heart failure.

MRMC also offers a national certified pulmonary program similarly organized, and a self-pay program for those who have risk factors for CAD such

as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, smoking, obesity, stress and sedentary lifestyle. Jackie Bunn, RN, Heart &

Vascular-Manager at Memorial Regional Medical Center shares the manager role with Rebecca Crytser, RN, MS. She can be reached at 764-6274/7632.


New ownership keeps Doswell plant open By John Reid Blackwell Media General News Service A local investment group has acquired a Hanover County manufacturing plant that was scheduled to close this year and will keep it in operation, saving about half of its jobs. The plant in Doswell, which makes extrusion coatings and laminates, was owned by Alsip, Ill.-based Berry Plastics Corp. In July, an investment group that includes some of the plant’s managers and the Henrico County-based investment firm Smither & Company. closed on a deal to acquire the 250,000-

square-foot plant and 18-acre site just off U.S. 1. The new owners are operating the plant as Specialty Coating & Laminating LLC. “We saw an opportunity and felt it was a good time from a value standpoint to make an acquisition,” said Ken Smither, president of Smither & Company. Berry Plastic Corp. notified state and local officials in January that it was planning to close the plant and move the operations elsewhere, cutting 66 jobs. Under the new owners, the plant now employs about 30 people.

“Certainly in this climate we consider it a success story. We were able to save 30 jobs, and bring the company back under local ownership.” MARC WEISS Hanover County economic development director

Smither said the investors came together after Hanover County officials reached out for potential buyers for the site. The new leadership team is planning to build its business by retaining some customers that were being

supplied from the plant under Berry Plastics Corp. and seeking new customers. The plant supplies markets including packaging and construction. “As we grow the business, we expect to be able to operate it more entrepre-

neurially,” Smither said. He said the company expects to grow to about 100 jobs within three years. Hanover County officials said the only incentive provided for the company was a $10,000 grant from the Virginia Department of Business Assistance’s Jobs and Investment Program. “Certainly in this climate we consider it a success story,” said Marc Weiss, Hanover County’s economic development director. “We were able to save 30 jobs, and bring the company back under local ownership.”

Mailbox and Packaging Center has new owner

The Mailbox and Packaging Center in the Harbor Village Shopping Center at 7045 Mechanicsville Turnpike in Mechanicsville has a new owner. Scott Chapman, a native of West Virginia, has relocated to the area from Melbourne, Fla., where he managed The Mail Room in Indian Harbour Beach for eight years. He has many years experience in the packing, shipping and mailing industry and also has more than 10 years additional experience in retail. “Look for exciting changes and new services to come just in time for the holiday mailing sea-

son,” Chapman said. Current and former customers of Mailbox and Packaging Center are invited to come by and offer any comments and suggestions or requests for services they may have. Mailbox and Packaging Center will continue to offer UPS, FedEx and Postal Services. Some of the new offerings will be package receiving services, package dropoff services, DHL International Shipping, Budget Truck rental, greeting cards, packing supplies, fax and copy service and notary service.

Dr. Murphy receives Fellowship award Michael R. Murphy Jr., DDS, FAGD, of Mechanicsville recently received the Academy of General Dentistry’s 2010 Fellowship award during the organization’s 2010 Annual Meeting and Exhibits in New Orleans, La. The AGD is a professional association of more than 35,000 general dentists who are dedicated to staying up-todate in the profession through

continuing education. The Fellowship award is presented to dentists who seek to provide the highest quality of dental care by remaining current in their profession. To accomplish that goal, Dr. Murphy completed 500 hours of continuing dental education, passed a comprehensive exam and fulfilled three years of continuous membership in the AGD.

As a recipient of the award, he joins more than 6,600 AGD members who understand that providing great smiles and good oral health for their patients are the result of going above and beyond basic requirements. “We are proud to honor Dr. Murphy for his commitment to the profession,” AGD see MURPHY, pg. 24 `

Kings Charter 10640 Charter Hill Court, Suite 102 Ashland, VA 23005 Phone: (804) 550-5730 Mechanicsville Bell Creek Square Medical Center 7493 Right Flank Road, Suite 410 Chris Keeler, MS, PT, ATC Mechanicsville, VA 23116 Elizabeth Holster, PT, DPT Clinical Director Phone: (804) 569-7091 Clinical Director Kings Charter

Mechanicsville

www.tpti.com Brandermill • Colonial Heights • Glen Allen • Ironbridge • John Rolfe • Kings Charter • Mechanicsville • Midlothian • Powhatan

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

23


Suze Orman to address summit BLOWOUT!

BIG

LAMINATE

½

THE PRICE OF THE WAREHOUSE CLUB PRICES!

99¢

sq. ft.

Materials Only. Installation Available

HARDWOOD • VINYL TILE • LAMINATE CARPET • AND MORE

6156 Mechanicsville Turnpike

730-3016

Personal finance expert to join female entrepreneurs on Sept. 23

Suze Orman, called “a force in the world of personal finance” and a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today, will headline the “Women Who Mean Business” Summit on Sept. 23 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. She will be joined by sportscaster Heidi Androl and successful Virginia entrepreneurs in bringing real-life advice and inspiration to professional Richmond women. The event is sponsored by Verizon, Altria, Dominion, Metropolitan Business League, WTVR-TV/DT and Madison+Main.

Presented by the Metropolitan Business League, the one-day summit will advance women’s economic opportunities by reducing barriers, offering entrepreneurial and skill-building training, and helping businesswomen establish professional networks. The summit’s aim is to help develop and nourish the next generation of female business leaders and entrepreneurs. Orman, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, New York Times bestselling author, magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, and one of the top motivational speakers in the

world, is considered America’s most recognized expert on personal finance. The “Women Who Mean Business” Summit features two specific agenda tracks: one for professional women and one for entrepreneurs. Attendees can participate in discussions with successful women business owners and corporate executives, hear noted authors, and learn how to grow their businesses. The one-day summit will begin with an optional breakfast at 7:30 a.m. presented by the Greater Richmond Chamber Extraordinary Women’s Exchange and con-

Mike R. Ellis Jr. completes Certified Arborist exam Mike R. Ellis Jr. of Mechanicsville recently demonstrated professional competency by successfully completing the Certified Arborist examination administered through the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) and the local chapter of the ISA. The purpose of the ISA Certification Program is to improve the level of knowledge and standard of practice within the tree care profession. It is designed to assist the public in identifying those professionals in arboriculture who have

746-8894 8193 WALNUT GROVE RD.

onstrates the characteristics of a role model to his fellow dentists and to the Continued from pg. 23 b members of the community.” Dr. Murphy practices dentistry in president Fares M. Elias, DDS, JD, FAGD, said. “He has distinguished himself pro- Glen Allen. He and his wife Tara have five chilfessionally amongst his peers and dem-

MURPHY

RIGHT OFF 360 ACROSS FROM BATTLEFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

24

The Mechanicsville Local

demonstrated, through a three years. professionally developed The ISA program tests examination and education and certifies an individual’s knowledge in the field of arboriculture. The International Society The ISA program of Arboriculture is a scientests and certifies an tific and educational orgaindividual’s knowledge nization devoted to the disin the field semination of information of arboriculture. in the care and preservation of shade and ornamental trees. program, a thorough knowlISA’s Certification edge of tree care practices. Program is designed to proAll certified arborists mote the professional develcarry a wallet identification opment of those involved in card for verification. the field of arboriculture or Certification is valid for tree care.

September 1, 2010

clude at 6:15 p.m. Register before Sept. 15 and get tickets for as low as $149 for non-Metropolitan Business League members and $129 for MBL members. For more information, visit www.womensbizsummit.com. ----About The Metropolitan Business League For 39 years the Metropolitan Business League has provided supports and services for Virginia’s small, womanowned, and minority businesses. The business association is the oldest and largest organization of its kind in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

4-H club to focus on great outdoors Starting in October, a new 4-H club focused on the great outdoors will meet in Ashland. For youth ages 9 to 18, the members will learn outdoor living skills, participate in the wildlife habitat evaluation program (WHEP), enhance their communication skills, and practice “leave no trace” principles when visiting natural areas. Activities will include hiking, camping, outdoor cooking, field trips and community service. In addition, members enjoy making new friends, taking leadership roles, and participating in many 4-H camps and opportunities. see 4-H, pg. 25 `

dren, Erica, C.C., Kayla, Andrew and Michael. In addition to the AGD, Dr. Murphy is a master of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists and a member of the Implant Forum of Virginia.


R-MC lists September events Randolph-Macon College in Ashland has released a calendar of events for the month of September. Programs include the following: Sept. 10 Mime-matics – 7 p.m. in Blackwell Auditorium, R-MC Center for the Performing Arts (performance). Encounter math though the entertaining style of Mime-matics. Mime performers Tim and Tanya Chartier delve into mathematical concepts such as estimation, tiling and infinity while creating illusions of an invisible wall, wearing a mask covered with geometric shapes or pulling on an invisible rope. The Chartiers have trained at Le Centre du Silence mime school and Dell’Arte School of International Physical Theatre. They have also trained in master classes with world-renowned mime artist Marcel Marceau. This program is sponsored by CASE and the mathematics, drama and French departments at RMC. The performance is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Eve Torrence at 752-7372, etorrenc@rmc. edu<mailto:etorrenc@rmc.edu>. Sept. 10–Oct. 2 Open-Air Film Festival — 7:30 p.m. Courtyard of Copley Science Building (six-week series) rain location: Blackwell Auditorium. The six-week series features foreign films, with English subtitles, from five different countries. Tonight’s feature film is John Carney’s Once, an Irish film about a street musician and a critical hit at the Sundance film festival in 2007. The

4-H Continued from pg. 24 b

If you have a child who loves outdoor activities, has the time to commit to a club, and is eager for new experiences, this may be the right club for them. For more information, contact 4-H leader Susan Nepomuceno at 227-3731.

film series also includes an October showing of Bliss, a Turkish film adapted from Zülfü Livanelli’s 2002 best-selling novel and will wrap up with the film Love in Another Language, a second Turkish film. Bring your own chair and R-MC will provide popcorn and sodas. This event, sponsored by CASE and the modern languages department, is free and open to the public. Film dates: Sept. 10 (Irish film), Sept. 11 (Spanish film), Sept. 16 (French film), Sept. 17 (German film), Oct. 1 and Oct. 2 (Turkish films). For more details and film titles, visit www.rmc.edu. Sept. 16

Katie Shaw at kshaw@rmc.edu, 752-3018.

What do you see? The View From

Indoor/Outdoor by Kenny Finkle – 8 p.m. Sept. 22-24 and 2 p.m. Sept. 25 at Cobb Theatre, R-MC Center for the Performing Arts (Drama/comedy). Indoor/Outdoor by Kenny Finkle is the improbable story of a cat (and a talking one at that) who undertakes a journey to find herself, only to discover as countless generations of humans, that home is where the heart is. This production is a reprise of Director Anna Perritt’s’11 and Set Designer Chris Mollen’s’11 summer 2010 Shapiro Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) projects. Box office begins taking reservations by phone mail at 752-7316 beginning at 10 a.m. on Sept. 13. Tickets are $5 per person, free to members of the R-MC faculty, staff and student body.

Gray graduates from Lackland that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied

science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. He is the son of Robert and Angela Gray of Mechanicsville. Gray is a 2007 graduate of Atlee High School.

Here

Hanover Evangelical Friends Church • 730-9512• www.friendlychurch.org

The Rainbow Connection

Sept. 22–25

Maggie Jusiel, flute and Jane W. Smith, piano — 7 p.m. St. Ann’s Performing Arts Building (musical presentation). Maggie Jusiel and Jane W. Smith will perform the flute and piano works of Schultz, Liszt, Prokofiev and Mainland. Jusiel and Smith have performed extensively, and most Sept. 29 recently toured various locations in Virginia and West Virginia. This performance is free Mike McKay Lecture on the Mind, and open to the public. For more inforspeaker: Keith Stanovich, Ph.D. — 7 p.m. mation, contact Chris Ryder at 752-3798, Copley Science Building, Room 100 (leccryder@rmc.edu. ture). The 2010 Mike McKay Lecture on the Mind will be given by Keith Stanovich, Sept. 17–Oct 29 Ph.D., professor of human development R-MC Studio Arts Faculty Exhibition and applied psychology at the University – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday of Toronto. Stanovich’s book, What and by appointment at Flippo Gallery, Intelligence Tests Miss, received the 2010 Pace-Armistead Hall (art exhibit). The R- Grawemeyer Award in Education. His disMC Studio Arts Faculty exhibition features cussion will make everyone rethink the works by Ray Berry, Duane Keiser, Dawn value of the tests society seems to value so Latane, Chris Palmer and Katie Shaw. For much. This lecture is free and open to the information about the public opening public. For more information, contact Kelly reception, visit www.rmc.edu or contact Lambert at 752-4717.

Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Andrew R. Gray graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program

Paid Advertisement

By Pastor David Crisp, Senior Pastor

L

ast Sunday evening after a brief rain shower just about sundown, a beautiful rainbow appeared right in our backyard! Many times over the years I have marveled at this miraculous display of God’s handiwork as he repeatedly offers His credentials as a “promise–keeper,” but this time I saw something that I have never seen before. In fact, I thought that it wasn’t even possible! (Of course, isn’t that kind of the definition of a miracle?) I saw the end of the rainbow! You know, that place where the pot of gold is supposed to be! Right there in my backyard the end the rainbow came down and I got to see the very bottom where it touched down! You could actually look right through the translucent colors and see the trees on the other side! So that got me thinking about rainbows. How many colors? Seven. Hmmm. God is light. In Him is no darkness at all and He dwells in unapproachable light! The apostle John saw the throne of God in heaven and he described it in Rev. 4:3 as being encircled by a rainbow! Normally, all the visible colors are contained, invisibly cloaked in what we call “white light.” Sometimes, after a rain shower the light breaks apart in the prisms of suspended atmospheric water vapor and we can see all the beauty of a rainbow – beauty that is always there, just unseen until there is a storm. Faith is being sure of what we can’t see... God’s invisible qualities can be clearly seen through his creation… Lots of sermons in rainbows! hen did the first rainbow appear? God set his rainbow in the sky as the sign of his covenant with Noah (and with all life on earth) to never again destroy the earth with a flood. (Gen. 8:11-17) Why did the flood come? Death and destruction came because of man’s wickedness. (Gen 6:5-7) But God made a way of escape, an ark of deliverance which would save all who were inside. The day came when God himself shut the door and afterward, His wrath and judgment were poured out. Was God looking forward to this punishment of evildoers? No! The Word says he was “grieved.” God is not willing that any should perish but that all come to repentance! (2 Pet. 3:9) Noah’s grandfather was a man named Methuselah. Remember him? He was the oldest man who ever lived. Why do you suppose he lived so long? When Methuselah was born, God told his father, Enoch, to give him that name, which means: “After him, judgment!” So God already knew what he was going to have to do, yet he allowed Methuselah to live 969 years and the year he died the flood came! Can you see the mercy and grace and long-suffering patience of God? He gives chance after chance for men to turn from their wickedness… but eventually he will always bring judgment on sin. God’s rainbow reminds us that he will never again destroy the earth … by flood. But the earth is slated for demolition, although the next time won’t be with water but with fire! (2 Pet. 3:10) Man’s wickedness must be dealt with once again. And once again, God has made a way of escape, an ark of deliverance – Jesus Christ! There is no other name under heaven by which man may be saved! For He said, “I am the way, the truth and the life. No man cometh unto the Father but by me!” All who are “in Him” will be saved, but those outside will be lost forever. Today, the door to the ark stands wide open! Whosoever will may come! But there is coming a day when God will shut the door and what God shuts, no man can open! The Day of Grace will soon be over and when grace comes to an end, the Day of Judgment will be violently upon the earth. ome people scoff at God’s coming wrath and judgment. Others wonder, why is it taking God so long? God is not slow in keeping his promise – He keeps them all! Remember the rainbow? God is patient with us, just like he was in Methuselah’s time. He is giving people (maybe you?) a chance to get right before they get left. “Because of our stubbornness and our unrepentant hearts, we are storing up judgment against ourselves for the Day of God’s wrath.” (Rom. 2:5) “Since everything will be destroyed in this way…. What kind of people ought we be?” (2 Pet. 3:11) Ark-dwellers with a rainbow connection. Saved covenant people who are trying as best we can to get more folks in the ark before the door shuts.

W

S

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

25


BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY

FREE ESTIMATES

Class A Contractor

(804) 370-2939 mobile 4228 Range Rd., Mechanicsville, VA 23111 rdbcontractinginc@yahoo.com

Wyatt Insurance Agency

CALL TODAY – WE JUST LOWERED OUR RATES 29%! David Wyatt – 804-592-4220 dwyatt@farmersagent.com

Auto • Home • Life • Business email: ScottPCCS@aol.com Residential & Commercial Scott Bazemore

Licensed • Insured • Bonded

Owner, Operator

908-7349

SPECIALIZING IN: • Carpet & Furniture Cleaning • Area Rugs • Oriental Rugs

• Hardwood Floors Cleaned & Buff Shined • Quick Drying Time (2-3 Hours)

• No Residue Left in the Carpet • We Take Pride in Doing It Right the First Time!

FALL SPECIAL

4 Carpeted Areas Cleaned for $95

Mark Plummer Roofing Advisor

Appliance Garry Nielsen Owner/Operator

Optimum Appliance Repair Service • Stoves Washers • Dryers • 804-921-8797 • Freezers Dishwashers • Microwaves •

26

Licensed & Insured • All Makes

The Mechanicsville Local

• Refrigerators • and more!

September 1, 2010

• We do it all! Call to see why we are the best! • 24 Hour Emergency Service Available • Commercial • Residential

Anytime Pumping Septic Service

781-0400

746-5110 837-7240

Licensed & Insured

Call for a Free Estimate

• Behind on Payments • Immediate Debt Relief • Foreclosure Assistance • Problem Properties • Discretion Assured

800-677-7544 CALL TODAY!!!

www.VirginiaRealtySolutions.com

BANKRUPTCY Debt Workout without Bankruptcy or “13” Debt Adjustment & “7” Full Bankruptcy Stop bill collector phone calls, lawsuits, judgments, repossessions, garnishments and even the IRS. Richard Oulton runs a U.S. Congress designated Debt Relief Agency. Since 1973 he filed over 3,000 bankruptcies.

Family Owned & Operated Mechanicsville

Chesterfield

Hanover

Henrico

781-0400 272-2626 559-7999 226-2813

Powhatan/Goochland

403-3330

J.N.T. Contractors Home Improvement & Renovations • Additions • Garages • Flooring • Siding Jay Moody, President

• Roofing • Windows • Drywall • Decks

Cell: 804-477-5937

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

Mulch installation available Save time and money with fast mulch blower service FREE Y ER DELIV

COOPERATIVE DIVORCE “No Terms” divorce: separated one year and cooperate 334-6265: 8090 Mechanicsville Tpk. 23111

Mulch • Topsoil • Stone • Compost • Straw

Family Owned and Operated in Goochland Since 1972

MAIZ MAI MAIZE ZE

FAMILY ROOMS CONSIDERED 2 CARPETED AREAS. EXPIRES OCTOBER 31st, 2010.

Optimum

Specializing in Septic Tank Cleaning, Grease Traps, Jettings, Installations, Pump Stations and System Repairs.

* Restrictions may apply.

Rickey D. Burton, Jr. Owner

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

Knowledgeable in all types of roofing. • Copper • Tin & Cedar • Shingle • Slate We appreciate all your support. Proudly Serving Mechanicsville!

Anytime Pumping Septic Service

Mention This Ad and Receive $10 Off*

RDB General Contracting, Inc.

Standard Roofing

10 Cu 0% Sati stomer sfa on ction SystNew ems

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

Sales • Installation • Service www.hh-heatingcooling.com Free duct cleaning with any purchase of 15 SEER or higher replacement system.

Corner of Atlee & Meadowbridge

REMODELING LLC.

804-385-5995

Call for your free estimate & references.

804.598.7300

Licensed and Insured

• Kitchens / Baths • Additions / Garages • Basement & 3rd Floor Finishing • Decks / Screen Porches • Handyman Repairs/ Home Improvements and much more...

ASK ABOUT OUR SUMMER SPECIALS

CALL MAIZE TODAY...

Do you have a Honey-Do list? Let us take care of your Home Repairs with Quality and Care. Ask us about our Hourly Services Client References Provided

maizeremodeling.com


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.

Wednesday, Sept. 1 Oak Knoll Middle School invites parents and students to attend Orientation Nights, which will include schedule pick-up and school fee payment. Wednesday, September 1, 3-7 p.m. is for rising 6th Grade only. During Orientation parents and students will be able to: Obtain information from Transportation concerning buses and bus routes; Meet teachers and staff; Deposit money into lunch accounts; Purchase and pick-up Gym Suits; Buy Oak Knoll spirit wear (t-shirts, hats, hoodies, etc.); Bring necessary medication, in the appropriate container, to the clinic and talk with our school nurse, Mrs. Wendy Johnson. Oak Knoll will also be hosting a Fall Sports meeting Tuesday, August 31st at 6:30 p.m. in the cafetorium and Oak Knoll’s Back- to -School Night is scheduled for Sept. 30 at 6 p.m. Free Child I.D. every Wednesday at New York Life Insurance Company office at 9251 Rutland Commons Dr., Ste. C., Mechanicsville, Va. 23116. Includes fingerprinting and photo for your child. For more information please call 746-3714.

Thursday, Sept. 2 Battlefield Park Elementary School will host an open house from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. for kin-

11:30 a.m. at The Dominion Club (600 Dominion Club Drive, Glen Allen, VA 230595478). The guest speaker for this luncheon is Lisa Schaffner from The United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS). The cost for the luncheon is $25 for club members and their guests. Reservations for the luncheon are requested by noon on September 1. Contact Sam Tuesday, Sept. 7 Parkinson’s Disease – Gentz at 639-7042. Support Group – Roundtable Heritage Music Series, 7-8 discussion for Parkinsonians p.m. Carol Covel of Richmond and caregivers held at Circle Center, 4900 W. Marshall Street City will join us for an eveat 7 p.m. Contact Kathy H. ning of jazz vocals to honor Morton at 730-1336 for more Billie Holiday. Carol will tell the story of Billie Holiday’s information. life accompanied by her great music. Appropriate for all ages. Wednesday, Sept. 8 The event will be held at the Financial Peace University at Hanover Tavern, 13181 Hanover New Highland Baptist Church. Courthouse Road Hanover Va. Do you want to be debt free? 23069. $3 donation suggested. Join us on Wednesdays nights For more information please beginning Sept. 8 from 6-7:25 call 537-5050 pm. We will go through a step by step process taught by best Free Child I.D. every selling author and financial Wednesday at New York Life counselor Dave Ramsey as we Insurance Company office at learn how to take control of our 9251 Rutland Commons Dr., money. Please register by Aug. Ste. C., Mechanicsville, Va. 31 by visiting our website www. 23116. Includes fingerprinting newhighlandbaptist.org or call and photo for your child. For 550-9601. Dinner and childcare more information please call available by reservation. 9200 746-3714. New Ashcake Road, Mech.

dergarten and 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Note Books, Highlighters and more. Collection of Back to for grades 1 through 5. School items will end Sat. Sep. United Daughters of the 4. The UPS Store in located in Confederacy, General Stuart the Kroger Shopping center off Chapter dinner/business meet- Mechanicsville Turnpike and is ing will be at Maria’s Italian open Monday-Friday from 9Restaurant in Laurel Park. 7 and Saturday from 9-5 p.m. Dinner at 6 p.m. followed by Donations can be dropped off at this location. meeting at 7 p.m. Oak Knoll Middle School invites parents and students to attend Orientation Nights, which will include schedule pick-up and school fee payment. Thursday, September 2, 3-7 p.m. is for rising 7 and 8 Grade. During Orientation parents and students will be able to: Obtain information from Transportation concerning buses and bus routes; Meet teachers and staff; Deposit money into lunch accounts; Purchase and pick-up Gym Suits; Buy Oak Knoll spirit wear (t-shirts, hats, hoodies, etc.); Bring necessary medication, in the appropriate container, to the clinic and talk with our school nurse, Mrs. Wendy Johnson. Oak Knoll will also be hosting a Fall Sports meeting Tuesday, August 31st at 6:30 p.m. in the cafetorium and Oak Knoll’s Back- to -School Night is scheduled for Sept. 30 at 6 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 4 The Richmond area The UPS Stores have joined with the Richmond Flying Squirrels and The United Way to collect “Back to School Supplies” for needy area families. Beginning Aug. 1 donations can be dropped-off at any of The UPS Store locations in the Richmond area. Items being collected include; Backpacks, Colored Pencils, Crayons (24 count), Glue sticks, Magic Markers (washable), Mead Composition Books, Zippered Pencil Pouches, Package of NO. 2 pencils, Scissors, Spiral

The newly chartered Testifying Toastmasters meet at 6:30 p.m. at Hanover Church of the Nazarene on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. Toastmasters is an international organization that trains in the art of public speaking and leadership skills. For more information, please contact Sandy Sanders, PR VP at eesjresquire@netscape.net. The New Virginians (a club for women new to the Richmond area in the last two years) will have its monthly luncheon at

Democrats, Independents and Republicans we are a very active, solutions-oriented group that focuses on educating people about forgotten history, influencing the political process (county/state/nationally), global warming, presenting legislation and our Constitution. We meet in the old fire station behind the New Eastern Hanover Fire Station on 8493 New Bethesda Road. All are welcome and please bring a friend! It is up to YOU what happens to our country! For our meeting schedule and events, please visit us on FaceBook or call 769-8884.

Saturday, Sept. 11 Boy Scout Troop 521 Annual Seed and Fertilizer Fundraiser from 8-3 p.m. Two shopping center Locations at Leadbetter Rd and Sliding Hill Rd and Chamberlayne and Shady Grove. For more information please email fundraiser@ mechanicsville521.mytroop.us.

Free Community Carnival, 10 – 2 p.m., Mechanicsville Church of Christ, 8067 Atlee Rd. Free games, prizes, food and a free state of the art child identification service. Kidzville, our new children’s wing will be open for tours and the Free Fun happens, rain or shine. Call 7465765 or visit www.mccforchrist. Thursday, Sept. 9 The Hanover Towne Garden org for more information. Club will meet at 7 p.m. at the New Hanover Presbyterian Sunday, Sept. 12 Church on Route 301. The Signs, Wonders, and program will be Plant names- Miracles! An 8-week mesPlant Nomenclature presented sage series beginning Sundays, by E.K. Rose. Guests are always Sept. 12 - Oct. 31, at 10 a.m. welcome! Please call Rene at Impossible? So what! We 569-9453 for more details. believe in miracles! Bring someone who needs one! These Fed up with the corruption, Signs Shall Follow Those Who taxation and Congress’ runaway Believe! Mark 16:15-18. TMHspending? You are invited to The Master’s House, 303A join your concerned neighbors Ashcake Rd. Ashland, VA, (in at the Mechanicsville Tea Party the Hanover Business Center) held at 7 p.m. Comprised of For more information please

The Mechanicsville Local

789-9291 or visit www.mastershouse.net (children’s ministry provided).

Monday, Sept. 13 The Kiwanis Club of Ashland is seeking some new members - men and women who share our commitment to community service and to “serving the children of the world” through projects and programs. The Club meets the first and third Monday evenings of each month for dinner meetings at Estes Dining Hall, Randolph Macon College, and its members work throughout the year on a variety of projects and programs that support community needs and the youth in Hanover County. Interested in learning more about Kiwanis and “giving back?” We’d love to meet you and let you learn what we’re all about. Be our guest at one of our meetings or service projects to decide if Kiwanis might be right for you. Call 569-9485 for information and directions.

Tuesday, Sept. 14 The East Hanover Volunteer Rescue Squad will be holding a Pet First Aid Class at the squad’s building – 8105 Walnut Grove Road. Pet First Aid is the immediate care given to an injured or suddenly ill pet as temporary assistance until competent veterinary care is available. Properly applied first aid can save your pet’s life, reduce recovery time and be the difference between temporary disability and lifelong disability. This program concentrates on Basic First Aid Care. It is not intended to replace veterinary care, but rather to instruct the pet owner on how to save a pet’s life during an emergency or to minimize a pet’s trauma after injury. The cost will be $10.00 that covers the certification prosee CALENDAR, pg. 31 `

September 1, 2010

27


CELEBRATIONS | Births, Engagements, Weddings & Anniversaries

Hawkins-Ponder marry in ceremony Ms. Anne Hawkins and Mr. Robert Hawkins of Mechanicsville are pleased to announce the marriage of their daughter, Kathryn Dale Hawkins to Daniel Jacob Ponder son of Dennis and Lisa Ponder also of Mechanicsville. Kathryn is a graduate of John Tyler Community College and is working as an Autopsy Tech Assistant at VCU. Daniel is a Veterinarian Tech at Mechanicsville Animal Hospital. The couple was married on July 17, 2010 at the home of Bill and Dale Singleton of Bon Air.

REAGAN RENEE WEBB MARY-MICHAEL ANNE LAWRENCE born March 6, 2010

MR. and MRS. DANIEL JACOB PONDER the former Kathryn Dale Hawkins

Geoff and Terra (Burrell) Lawrence are excited to announce the birth of their baby girl, Mary-Michael Anne Lawrence. She was born on March 6, 2010 at 7:29 p.m., weighing 7 lb. 10 oz. and was 21 inches long.

Dwight and Sherry Webb of Mechanicsville are happy to announce the birth of their first grandchild Reagan Renee Webb. Proud parents are Doug and Jessica Webb of Valdese, N.C. Reagan was born on March 12, 2010 at 7:42 p.m. She weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and was 21 inches long. Other grandparents are Francis and Rick Sharp and Kim and David Walker, all of N.C.

Irving Sr. and Virginia Crockett of Mechanicsville celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary on Aug. 13, 2010. They have four children, two daughtersin-law, one son-in-law, sixteen grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren.

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Backyard Buildings and More • Sheds and Play Systems built ON SITE • Value Sheds starting at $799 installed 8502 Brook Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060

Real Estate • Equipment • Estates Auctions Promote Competitive Bidding To Yield Maximum Market Value FOR UPCOMING AUCTIONS AND RECENT AUCTION RESULTS NichollsAuction.com JT@Nichollsauction.com J T Clark

804-266-2996

559-4105

VAAF 729

Advertise in the Business & Professional Directory Today! 28

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010


WEDNESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

5:30

COMCAST 4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

Oprah Winfrey

News

8 News

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

Burning

Around

Terrapins

Washington Post Live

(35-FOX) Maury Å

12

(12-NBC) News

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

6:30

Interruption SportsCenter Å

NFL Live Golf

11

6 PM

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

9 PM

9:30

SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

MLB Baseball: Oakland Athletics at New York Yankees. (Subject to Blackout)

Baseball Tonight Å

SportsCenter Å

SportsNite

TBA

Air Racing

SportsNite

SportsNite

Washington Post Live

News

ABC News

Fortune

Jeopardy!

News

News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

Redskins

TBA

Building

Building

Redskins

CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock (N) ’ Å Big Brother (N) Å

Criminal Minds 100 ’

Baseball

News

Nightline

CSI: NY Battle Scars ’

News

Late Show W/Letterman

J. Kimmel

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Two Men

MasterChef (N) ’ Å

FOX News at 10 (N)

Family Guy

’70s Show

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

Minute to Win It (N) ’

America’s Got Talent

Law & Order: SVU

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

Payne

America’s Next Model

Plain Jane Jane Plus ’

TMZ (N) ’

News

The Tyra Show Infertility.

Judge Mathis ’ Å

MLB Baseball

Inning

News Judge B.

News

Payne

Cheers ’

Becker ’

Becker ’

Funniest Home Videos

››‡ “Any Which Way You Can” (1980) Å

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! Ruff

Cyberchase Electric

WordGirl

BBC News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Great Performances (N) ’ Å

24

(57-PBS) Arthur

Super Why! Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Travel

Churchill ’ Å

Masterpiece Mystery! (N) ’ Å

Time Goes

King

WGN News at Nine (N) Van Cliburn International Piano Everyday

Raymond

Earl

Friends ’

King

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

South Park

Song of the Mountains

C. Rose

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

33

(USA)

NCIS Hometown Hero

NCIS SWAK ’ Å

NCIS Switch ’ Å

NCIS Internal Affairs ’

NCIS Semper Fidelis ’

NCIS Tense reunion. ’

Psych Shawn 2.0 (N)

Burn Notice Å

Royal Pains

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

Law & Order ’

Law & Order ’

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

Dark Blue Jane Wayne

Law & Order Challenged

Dark Blue Jane Wayne

Leverage

35

(WTBS)

Raymond

Browns

37

(A&E)

CSI: Miami ’ Å

39

(SPIKE)

44

(DISC)

49

(NICK)

Big Time

50

(DISN)

Wizards

53

(FAM)

Grounded

Grounded

60

(LIFE)

Unsolved Mysteries

56

(AMC)

(2:45) “The Terminator”

(:15) ››› “The Mummy” (1999) Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz. Å

301

(HBO)

“Journey to the Center of the Earth”

320

(MAX)

(3:00) ›› “The Box”

Friends ’

Friends

The Office

(ESPN) (CSN)

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Payne

Browns

Lopez Tonight

Earl

Dog

Dog

Dog the Bounty Hunter

Browns

Criss Angel Mindfreak

Criss Angel Mindfreak

Dog

UFC Unleashed Å

Ultimate Knockouts 2 ’

Pros vs. Joes (N) ’

BlueMount

Man vs. Wild ’ Å

Man vs. Wild (N) Å

Surviving the Cut (N) ’

Man vs. Wild ’ Å

Hawaii Five-0 ’ Å

CSI: Crime Scene

UFC Unleashed ’

Dirty Jobs New Orleans.

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Man vs. Wild Namibia

Big Time

Victorious

Victorious

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

SpongeBob SpongeBob My Wife

Suite/Deck

Hannah

Good Luck

Suite/Deck

Phineas

Wizards

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

’70s Show

’70s Show

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap Baur/Fine ’

Reba Å

Reba Å

›‡ “Georgia Rule” (2007) Jane Fonda. Å

NFL Live

Burning

Sport Science

›› “Hotel for Dogs” (2009) ’ ‘PG’

››‡ “Trespass” (1992) ‘R’ Å

Around

The First 48 Å

Payne

Hawaii Five-0 ’ Å

THURSDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

4

King

The First 48 Å

5:30

COMCAST 7

King

CSI: Miami ’ Å

Reba Å

6 PM

6:30

Redskins

SportsNite

My Wife

Lopez

“Another Cinderella Story” (2008) Reba Å

(:15) ››› “(500) Days of Summer” (2009) Å

7 PM

8 PM

8:30

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

George

Sonny

Sonny

Jonas L.A.

Jonas L.A.

Hannah

True Blood ’ Å

9 PM

Funniest Home Videos

The 700 Club Å

Whose?

Will/Grace

Frasier ’

Will/Grace

››› “True Lies” (1994, Action) Arnold Schwarzenegger. Å

Hard Knocks

9:30

Football

College Football: Southern Mississippi at South Carolina. (Live)

TBA

Sport Science Jeopardy!

TBA

Knockout Man, Wild

Lopez

(:15) ›› “Old School” (2003) Luke Wilson. ’ ‘R’

7:30

BlueMount

Suite/Deck

››› “First Blood” (1982) Sylvester Stallone.

(:45) ›› “Men in Black II” (2002)

Interruption SportsCenter Å

Washington Post Live

Hannah

Browns

Hard Knocks

›› “Post Grad” (2009) ‘PG-13’ Å

Informant “Sin City Diaries”

SEPTEMBER 2, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

Score

College Football: USC at Hawaii.

Redskins Kick-off (Live)

NFL Preseason Football: Redskins at Cardinals NFL Preseason Football: Redskins at Cardinals

8

(8-ABC)

Oprah Winfrey

News

8 News

News

ABC News

Fortune

Wipeout ’ Å

Rookie Blue (N) Å

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

News

News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

Big Brother Å

CSI: Crime Scene

The Mentalist ’ Å

News

Late Show W/Letterman

11

(35-FOX) Maury (N) Å

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Two Men

Bones ’ (PA) Å

Fringe ’ (PA) Å

FOX News at 10 (N)

Family Guy

’70s Show

12

(12-NBC) News

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

Community 30 Rock ’

The Office

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

13

(65-CW)

Payne

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

News

News

Community Law & Order: SVU

Raymond

The Tyra Show Å

Judge Mathis ’ Å

Judge B.

News

Payne

The Vampire Diaries ’

90210 Confessions ’

TMZ (N) ’

Earl

Friends ’

King

Bewitched

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Becker ’

Becker ’

Funniest Home Videos

WWE Superstars Å

Funniest Home Videos

WGN News at Nine (N)

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

WWE Stars

Born-Be King

Chasing-Search

Sound Tracks

C. Rose

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

White Collar Å

House Pilot

Bewitched

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! Ruff

Cyberchase Electric

WordGirl

BBC News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Currents

24

(57-PBS) Arthur

Super Why! Sid

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Travel

History Detectives (N)

Red Green

Inside Out

King

World War II: Behind Closed Doors: Stalin

33

(USA)

House Sports Medicine

House Open and Shut

NCIS Bored housewives.

NCIS In the Zone Å

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

NCIS Bury Your Dead ’

34

(TNT)

Law & Order Born Again

Law & Order Bodies ’

Law & Order Avatar ’

Bones ’ Å

Law & Order Knock Off

Bones ’ Å

››‡ “Sahara” (2005), Steve Zahn Å

Dark Blue

35

(WTBS)

Raymond

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

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

Family Guy

Family Guy

Lopez Tonight

Earl

37

(A&E)

CSI: Miami ’ Å

CSI: Miami ’ Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Å

The First 48 Å

The Squad

The Squad

Manhunters Manhunters First 48

Friends ’

The Office

King

Seinfeld ’

The First 48 Å

39

(SPIKE)

Hawaii Five-0 The Box

Hawaii Five-0 ’ Å

CSI: Crime Scene

Gangland Mongol Nation

Gangland Devil’s Fire ’

TNA Wrestling (N) ’ Å

44

(DISC)

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

MythBusters ’ Å

Secrets of Chocolate (N)

Pitchmen Bear Market

MythBusters Flu Fiction

Secrets of Chocolate ’

Pitchmen

49

(NICK)

Big Time

Big Time

Victorious

Victorious

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

SpongeBob SpongeBob My Wife

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

50

(DISN)

Sonny

Suite/Deck

Hannah

Sonny

Phineas

Sonny

Sonny

Jonas L.A.

Jonas L.A.

53

(FAM)

Grounded

Grounded

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

60

(LIFE)

Runway

Project Runway It’s a Party Å

56

(AMC)

(3:00) ››› “True Lies” (1994, Action) Å

301

(HBO)

(3:00) “Shallow Hal” ’

320

(MAX)

(:15) ››‡ “Red Heat” (1988) ’ ‘R’ Å

FRIDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

COMCAST

Suite/Deck

Phineas

Wizards

’70s Show

’70s Show

›› “Major Payne” (1995) Damon Wayans. Å

Project Runway Hats Off to You

Hannah

›‡ “Bride Wars” (2009) ’ ‘PG’

››‡ “Eagle Eye” (2008) Shia LaBeouf. Å

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

4

(ESPN) (CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

Oprah Winfrey

News

8 News

News

ABC News

Fortune

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

News

News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

NFL Live

Burning

Around

Interruption SportsCenter Å

Washington Post Live

Redskins

SportsNite

Football

Football

8 PM

8:30

Whose?

Project Runway (N) Å

Road

Road

Road

Hung Å

Hung Å

Jeopardy!

Entourage

Entourage

9 PM

9:30

Terrapins

Road

“Master-Commd” Taxicab Confessions ’

››› “Taken” (2008) Liam Neeson.

SportsCenter Å Building

SportsNite

Jets

“The Devil Wears Nada”

SEPTEMBER 3, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

College Football: Arizona at Toledo. (Live)

To Be Announced

Hannah

The 700 Club Å

›‡ “Collateral Damage” (2002) ’ ‘R’ Å

7

World Poker Tour

Hung Å

MANswers

›› “Major Payne” (1995) Damon Wayans. Å

››› “Troy” (2004) Brad Pitt. Achilles leads Greek forces in the Trojan War. Å

(:05) ››› “The Hangover” (2009) ’ ‘R’ Å

5:30

“Camp Rock” (2008) Joe Jonas.

Project Runway Å

››› “First Blood” (1982) Sylvester Stallone.

5 PM

My Wife

TNA ReACTION (N) ’

Redskins

Baseball

SportsNite

Washington Post Live

Wife Swap ’ Å

Primetime: What Would

20/20 (N) ’ Å

News

Nightline

Medium ’ Å

CSI: NY ’ Å

Flashpoint (N) ’ Å

News

Late Show W/Letterman

News at 10

J. Kimmel

11

(35-FOX) Maury Å

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

Family Guy

Two Men

Two Men

Human Target Rewind

The Good Guys Å

12

(12-NBC) News

Inside Ed.

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

Who Do You

Dateline NBC ’ Å

13

(65-CW)

CW4Kids

CW 2010

Judge Mathis ’ Å

Judge B.

News

Payne

Payne

Smallville Salvation ’

Supernatural Swan Song

15

(WGN)

Bewitched

Bewitched

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Becker ’

Becker ’

Funniest Home Videos

›››‡ “The Matrix” (1999) Keanu Reeves.

Electric

WordGirl

BBC News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Washington McLaughlin Need to Know (N) Å

Frontline Å (DVS)

Austin City Limits ’

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Travel

Antiques Roadshow ’

Carrier Get Home-itis ’

Born-Be King

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

White Collar In the Red

White Collar Å

White Collar Å

White Collar Free Fall

Collar

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! Ruff

SciGirls ’

24

(57-PBS) Arthur

Super Why! Sid

News

News

Served

(USA)

White Collar Å

White Collar Å

White Collar Å

White Collar Å

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Embedded

Law & Order ’

Bones ’ Å

35

(WTBS)

Raymond

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

37

(A&E)

American Justice Å

American Justice Å

American Justice Å

The First 48 Å

Criminal Minds Å

39

(SPIKE)

Hawaii Five-0 ’ Å

Hawaii Five-0 Six Kilos

CSI: Crime Scene

CSI: Crime Scene

(:12) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

44

(DISC)

Dirty Jobs Bell Maker ’

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Cash Cab

Moose Attack! ’ Å

Man, Woman, Wild Utah

49

(NICK)

Victorious

Victorious

SpongeBob SpongeBob iCarly ’

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

SpongeBob Big Time

50

(DISN)

Hannah

Suite/Deck

Hannah

Sonny

Sonny

53

(FAM)

Grounded

Grounded

60

(LIFE)

Unsolved Mysteries

56

(AMC)

“Master and Commander”

301

(HBO)

(3:45) ››› “Duplicity” (2009) Julia Roberts. Å

320

(MAX)

(:05) “Sleeping With the Enemy” ‘R’

33

Friends ’

The Office

Cash Cab Good Luck

King

Sonny With a Chance

Gilmore Girls ’ Å

’70s Show

Wife Swap Boyd/Milorey

Wife Swap ’ Å

’70s Show

(:45) ››‡ “17 Again” (2009) Zac Efron. Å

Family Guy

Family Guy

Victorious

Criminal Minds Birthright Entourage

Man, Woman, Wild (N) Lopez

Lopez

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

Earl

Friends ’

King

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

South Park C. Rose

(:12) “The Outlaw Josey Wales” Å

Man, Woman, Wild Utah

Criminal MANswers Wild

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Lopez

Wizards

Wizards

Suite/Deck

Good Luck

America’s Funniest Home Videos ’ Å Reba Å

Reba Å

Reba Å

››› “McLintock!” (1963) John Wayne. Cattle baron tries to tame wife. ›› “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen” (2009) ’ ‘PG-13’

››‡ “Funny People” (2009) Adam Sandler. ’ ‘R’ Å

Entourage

Wizards

Funniest Home Videos

Reba Å

The Glades Å

(:42) Entourage Å

Beyond Survival

Reba Å

››‡ “9” (2009) ’ ‘PG-13’ Å

Raymond

King

Criminal Minds In Heat Entourage

Funniest Home Videos

Reba Å

’70s Show

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

›››› “Titanic” (1997, Drama) Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet, Billy Zane. Å

Reba Å

Reba Å

Family Guy News

Videos

›››› “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) Tom Hanks, Edward Burns. Å

Seinfeld ’

(:45) ›››‡ “The Shootist” (1976) John Wayne. Å Hard Knocks

TMZ (N) ’

FOX First

The 700 Club Å

Whose?

How I Met

Frasier ’

How I Met

››› “The Cowboys” (1972) Å

Eastbound

Hung Å

›››› “Chinatown” (1974) Jack Nicholson. ‘R’

The Mechanicsville Local

Jets Lingerie ’

September 1, 2010

29


SATURDAY AFTERNOON 12 PM 12:30 1 PM

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8 9

SEPTEMBER 4, 2010 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30

1:30

COMCAST

SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12 PM 12:30 1 PM

SEPTEMBER 5, 2010 2 PM 2:30 3 PM 3:30

1:30

COMCAST 4

(ESPN)

College Football: Delaware State vs. Southern. From Orlando, Fla. Å

Score

To Be Announced

To Be Announced

Beach Volleyball

Beach Volleyball

7

(CSN)

Building

Quest One

Va Tech

To Be Announced

(8-ABC)

TBA

Paid Prog.

Paid Prog.

Football

8

(8-ABC)

Va Tech

Paid Prog.

›› “She’s the Man” (2006) Amanda Bynes. ’

(6-CBS)

(11:00) Tennis: U.S. Open, Men’s and Women’s Third Round. (Live) Å

9

(6-CBS)

(11:00) Tennis: U.S. Open, Men’s Third Round and Women’s Fourth Round. (Live) Å

College Football: Miami (Ohio) at Florida. (Live) TBA

Paid Prog.

Score Paid Prog.

Football Football

City Fishing Windy City

11

(35-FOX) ››› “America’s Heart and Soul” (2004)

House Fools for Love ’

Paid Prog.

Base

11

(35-FOX) ›››‡ “The Matrix” (1999) Keanu Reeves.

12

(12-NBC) Willa’s Wild Jane

McCarver

Martin

Football

12

(12-NBC) Paid Prog.

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Into Wild

GRC

WEN Hair

Inside Edit. Martin

13

(65-CW)

Inning

15

(WGN)

Europe

23

(23-PBS) McLaughlin Currents

24

(57-PBS) Cyberchase Washington Need to Know ’ Å

›‡ “Double Take” (1998) Craig Sheffer.

23

(23-PBS) Food

Kitchen

Ming

Lidia’s Italy Best of Joy Watercolor

Travel

24

(57-PBS) Cooking

Victory

Food

Old House

Woodwright MotorWeek

Old House

33

(USA)

(:09) ›‡ “License to Wed” (2007) Å

34

(TNT)

››› “The Outlaw Josey Wales” (1976, Western) Clint Eastwood. Å

35

(WTBS)

(11:10) ›› “28 Days” (2000) Å

37

(A&E)

Flip This House Å

Flip This House Å

39

(SPIKE)

Trucks! ’

MuscleCar

Paid Prog.

MLB Baseball: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs. ’ (Live) Å

Exploration Animal Adv Hollywood

Law Order: CI

Makeover

Hometime

(:06) ›› “The Dukes of Hazzard” (2005) Å (2:55) “Pale Rider” Å

››› “The Wedding Singer” (1998)

MLB Baseball: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs.

Boston Legal ’ Å Farming

America

Secrets of the Dead ’ Religion

Chasing-Search

To Contrary Great Performances ’

33

(USA)

››› “Hairspray” (2007) John Travolta, Nikki Blonsky. Å

34

(TNT)

(11:00) ››‡ “The Last Castle”

››› “The Patriot” (2000) Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger. Å

MLB Baseball: Chicago White Sox at Boston Red Sox. Å

(WTBS)

“Librarian: Curse of Judas”

37

(A&E)

The Sopranos ’ Å

›‡ “Soldier” (1998) Kurt Russell. ’

“Star Wars-Phantom”

39

(SPIKE)

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

Jim

ACC Football Kickoff

Global Golf PGA Tour Golf

WWE Superstars Å

35

Flip This House Å

WNBA Basketball

“7 Things to Do Before I’m 30” (2008, Drama)

Flip This House Å

(:25) ››‡ “Two Weeks Notice” (2002) Å

Paid Prog. Islamic

Football

The Glades Å

››› “Pretty Woman” (1990) Å

The Glades Å

›› “Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace” (1999) Liam Neeson.

The Glades Cassadaga “Star Wars: Episode II”

44

(DISC)

MythBusters ’ Å

MythBusters ’ Å

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

44

(DISC)

Area 51 Military base.

2012 Apocalypse Å

FBI’s 10 Most Wanted

49

(NICK)

The Troop

Big Time

iCarly ’

Big Time

Drake/Josh Drake/Josh Penguins

Penguins

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Big Time

Big Time

Penguins

Fanboy

50

(DISN)

Wizards

Wizards

Good Luck

Sonny

Hannah

Wizards

50

(DISN)

Wizards

Wizards

Good Luck

Sonny

Hannah

Hannah

Suite/Deck

Suite/Deck

53

(FAM)

(11:30) ››› “My Girl” (1991) Anna Chlumsky.

53

(FAM)

››› “The Parent Trap” (1998) Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quaid. Å

60

(LIFE)

(11:00) “The Break-Up”

60

(LIFE)

“No One Would Tell”

“Christie’s Revenge” (2007) Danielle Kind. Å

“My Daughter’s Secret”

56

(AMC)

›› “Last of the Dogmen” (1995) Tom Berenger. Å

56

(AMC)

Rubicon The Outsider

Rubicon

››› “Inside Man”

301

(HBO)

(11:00) If God Is Willing and Da Creek Don’t Rise ’ Å

301

(HBO)

Jets

320

(MAX)

(:10) ››‡ “The Distinguished Gentleman” ’

320

(MAX)

(:05) ›› “Old School” (2003) ’ ‘R’

Hannah

››‡ “My Girl 2” (1993) Anna Chlumsky. Å

“Saving Sarah Cain” (2007) Lisa Pepper. Å

SATURDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

(3:30) College Football: Teams TBA. (Live)

9

(6-CBS)

Tennis

“The Nanny Diaries”

(:45) ›››‡ “The Shootist” Å “Day Earth Stood Still”

›› “He’s Just Not That Into You” (2009) ‘PG-13’

5:30

COMCAST

Wizards

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

(3:30) College Football: Texas at Rice. (Live)

Score

Score

To Be Announced

SportsNite

To Be Announced

TBA

Washington Redskins News

CBS News

48 Hours Mystery Å

48 Hours Mystery Å

Raymond

Cops Å

America’s Most Wanted

News at 10

Law Order: CI

Law Order: CI

News

TMZ (N) ’ Å

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

News

23

(23-PBS) Antiques Roadshow ’

Katie

24

(57-PBS) History Detectives ’

Virginia Home Grown

Currents

Payne

Payne

Bones ’ Å

Camp Meeting With David Cerullo ››‡ “Hidalgo” (2004) Viggo Mortensen. ’ Å

Expeditions Lawrence Welk Show

Antiques Roadshow ’

Nature Superfish Å

Served

Dukes

34

(TNT)

(2:55) ››› “Pale Rider” (1985)

(:25) ›››› “Saving Private Ryan” (1998, War) Tom Hanks, Edward Burns. Å

35

(WTBS)

Raymond

Raymond

37

(A&E)

Flip This House Å

39

(SPIKE)

››› “Pretty Woman” (1990) Richard Gere. Å

Raymond

Raymond

Flip This House Å

Keeping Up My Family

NOVA Å (DVS)

(USA)

33

Cops Å

Law Order: CI

››‡ “Legally Blonde” (2001) Premiere. Å

Seinfeld ’

Seinfeld ’

Billy

Billy the Exterminator

King

As Time...

Vicar-Dbly

News Seinfeld ’

News

Brian McKnight Show

Smash Cut

Scrubs ’

Hidalgo ’

Red Green

EastEnders EastEnders Currents Globe Trekker ’

“Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde” (2003)

››‡ “Legally Blonde” (2001)

››› “The Patriot” (2000, War) Mel Gibson, Heath Ledger. Å

Billy

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

Scrubs ’

›››‡ “Easter Parade” (1948) Judy Garland.

Billy

››‡ “Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones” (2002) ’

Brothers ’

(:29) Saturday Night Live

Videos

›››› “Titanic” (1997) Leonardo DiCaprio. A woman falls for an artist aboard the ill-fated ship. Å

Billy

CSI: Miami

(:35) Monk Å

The Wanda Sykes Show

King

“Star Wars: Episode I -- The Phantom Menace”

Foot. Final

Boxing: World Class Champ.

CSI: Crime Scn

13

Judge

Redskins

College Football: LSU vs. North Carolina. From Atlanta. (Live) Å

Entertainment Tonight

Bones ’ Å

(:45) SportsCenter (Live) Å SportsNite

Paid Prog.

The Office

Time Wife

(:15) “Orphan” (2009) ‘R’

SEPTEMBER 4, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

Jeopardy!

(35-FOX) MLB Baseball: Cincinnati Reds at St. Louis Cardinals. ’ (Live) Å

Judge

9:30

Sports

(12-NBC) (3:30) College Football: Purdue at Notre Dame. ’ (Live) Å

Legend of the Seeker

9 PM

Fortune

12

Law Order: CI

8:30

›› “I Spy” (2002) Eddie Murphy.

(:35) ›› “Tommy Boy” (1995) Å

(:45) College Football: Oregon State vs. Texas Christian. (Live)

11

››› “The Good Girl” (2002) Jennifer Aniston.

8 PM

“The Sound of Music”

Rubicon Look to the Ant

›‡ “Bride Wars” (2009) ’ ‘PG’

FBI’s 10 Most Wanted

Billy

Billy

Billy

Billy

Billy

Nature ’ Rizzoli Two Weeks

Billy

›››‡ “Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith” (2005) ’

Billy No Country

44

(DISC)

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

Sole Survivor (N) Å

Surviving Death (N) ’

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’

49

(NICK)

Fanboy

Fanboy

SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob SpongeBob iCarly ’

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Victorious

Lopez

Lopez

The Nanny

The Nanny

Malcolm

50

(DISN)

Wizards

Good Luck

Wizards

Suite/Deck

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

Hannah

Hannah

Hannah

Good Luck

Hannah

53

(FAM)

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

60

(LIFE)

“The Nanny Diaries”

›‡ “What a Girl Wants” (2003) Å

56

(AMC)

(2:45) “The Shootist”

››› “The Cowboys” (1972) John Wayne, Roscoe Lee Browne. Å

››› “Maverick” (1994, Western) Mel Gibson, Jodie Foster. Premiere.

301

(HBO)

“Day Earth Stood Still”

›› “The Uninvited” (2009) ‘PG-13’

››‡ “A Perfect Getaway” ‘R’

320

(MAX)

(:10) ››‡ “Kiss of the Dragon” (2001) Jet Li.

SUNDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

COMCAST

Wizards

5 PM

Hannah

Hannah

I Shouldn’t Be Alive ’ Suite/Deck

Big Time

››› “The Parent Trap” (1998) Lindsay Lohan, Dennis Quaid. Å

“Spring Breakdown” (2009) Parker Posey. Å ›› “Four Christmases” (2008) Å

(5:50) ››› “Whip It” (2009) Å

5:30

6 PM

6:30

Jackson

››› “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” (1971) Å ›› “Never Been Kissed” (1999) Premiere. Å

(:45) True Blood Å

(:45) ›› “The Peacemaker” (1997) George Clooney. ‘R’ Å

7 PM

7:30

8 PM

8:30

9 PM

››› “Inside Man” (2006) Å

Hard Knocks

“A Perfect Getaway” ‘R’

››› “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009) ’ ‘PG’

9:30

SEPTEMBER 5, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

(ESPN)

(3:30) College Football: Southern Methodist at Texas Tech.

SportsCtr

Countdown NASCAR Racing: Sprint Cup: Emory Healthcare 500. From Atlanta Motor Speedway in Hampton, Ga.

7

(CSN)

To Be Announced

Redskins

SportsNite

World Poker Tour

8

(8-ABC)

WNBA Basketball

News

ABC News

Funniest Home Videos

Funniest Home Videos

The 45th Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon Annual event. (Live) Å

9

(6-CBS)

Tennis

News

News

60 Minutes (N) ’ Å

Big Brother (N) Å

Undercover Boss Å

CSI: Miami ’ Å

11

(35-FOX) Change in the Wind

Two Men

Simpsons

Simpsons

Family Guy

News at 10

12

(12-NBC) PGA Tour Golf

News

NBC News

Dateline NBC ’ Å

13

(65-CW)

››› “School Ties” (1992) Brendan Fraser.

Prince

Hates Chris Hates Chris CW Fall

15

(WGN)

MLB Baseball

›››‡ “Poltergeist” (1982) Craig T. Nelson.

To Be Announced

Judge Judy Judge Judy Two Men

Inning

Addams F.

23

(23-PBS) ›››‡ “Easter Parade” (1948) Judy Garland.

24

(57-PBS) Great Perf.

33

(USA)

Currents

(2:30) “Pretty Woman”

Simpsons

Cleveland

Law Order: CI

Windy City

SportsNite

Family Guy

Law Order: CI

Seinfeld ’

Leverage Å

Leverage Å

Van Cliburn International Piano

(1:30) “The Patriot” Å

Leverage Å

Baseball

(:15) ››‡ “The Holiday” (2006) Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law.

››› “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” (2002) Å

My Boys

37

(A&E)

The Glades Å

Criminal Minds P911 ’

Criminal Minds Å

The Glades Honey (N)

39

(SPIKE)

Leverage Å

“Star Wars: Episode II -- Attack of the Clones”

›››‡ “Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith” (2005) ’

Criminal Minds Haunted

››› “3:10 to Yuma” (2007) Russell Crowe. Å

Nature ’ Leverage

››› “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” (2002) Å

The Glades Honey

Criminal

›››› “Star Wars IV: A New Hope” (1977) Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford. ’

44

(DISC)

Two Weeks in Hell ’

Surviving the Cut Å

Surviving the Cut Å

Surviving the Cut Å

9/11: After

49

(NICK)

SpongeBob SpongeBob iCarly ’

iCarly ’

Big Time

The Troop

iCarly ’

Jackson

My Wife

Hates Chris Hates Chris Lopez

50

(DISN)

Suite/Deck

Wizards

Hannah

Hannah

Suite/Deck

Suite/Deck

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

53

(FAM)

(3:00) ›››› “The Sound of Music” (1965, Musical) Julie Andrews. Å

60

(LIFE)

“My Daughter’s Secret”

56

(AMC)

(3:00) ››› “Inside Man” (2006, Suspense) Å

301

(HBO)

(3:45) “The Time Traveler’s Wife” ’

“Journey to the Center of the Earth”

(:15) ››‡ “A Perfect Getaway” (2009) ’ ‘R’

320

(MAX)

(3:15) ››‡ “Orphan” (2009) ‘R’

“Mummy: Dragon Emp.”

(:15) ››› “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009) ’ ‘PG’ Å

My Wife

Surviving the Cut Å

9/11: After

Lopez

The Nanny

The Nanny

Malcolm

Sonny

Suite/Deck

Suite/Deck

Hannah

Secret Service Sonny

›››› “The Sound of Music” (1965, Musical) Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer. Å

“Dead at 17” (2008, Drama) Barbara Niven. Å

››› “The Sum of All Fears” (2002, Suspense) Ben Affleck. Premiere.

September 1, 2010

Keeping Up Mystery Everglades

››› “Hairspray” (2007) Å

(TNT)

The Mechanicsville Local

Entertain.

Served

Masterpiece Mystery! Oxford estate.

(WTBS)

30

Friends ’

Inside Out

›› “The Pacifier” (2005) Vin Diesel. Å

“The Tenth Circle” (2008) Kelly Preston. Å

Paid Prog.

Friends ’

“Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde” (2003)

Wizards

Inside Edit.

Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon

34

Good Luck

Paid Prog.

News

Replay

›››‡ “Juno” (2007) Ellen Page. Å

Two Weeks in Hell ’

Van Impe

King

Andre Rieu: Live in Vienna Violin soloist. ’ Å

Criminal Minds Å

Family Guy

King

Nature ’ Å

Criminal Minds Å

Storms

Family Guy

News/Nine

Globe Trekker ’

Leverage Å

News

›› “The Amityville Horror” (1979) James Brolin.

35

Raymond

SportsCenter Å

Boxing

››› “Cujo” (1983, Horror) Dee Wallace.

Born-Be King

Roadtrip

Redskins

Law Order: CI

Andre Rieu: Live in Vienna Violin soloist. ’ Å

Circus

Can’t Buy

Project Runway Å

4

World Poker Tour

Survivor

Funniest Home Videos

››‡ “Murder by Numbers” (2002) Sandra Bullock. Å

J. Osteen

“Murder by Numbers”

Rubicon (N) Å

Mad Men The Suitcase

(:02) Mad Men Å

Rubicon

True Blood ’ Å

True Blood ’ Å

True Blood ’ Å

Hung Å

›› “Old School” (2003) ’ ‘R’ Å

Co-Ed-4

Co-Ed-4


CALENDAR Continued from pg. 27 b

cessing and printing, as well as the student manual. As the squad is a non-profit association, any donations are appreciated. E-mail ehashi@ ehvrs.org, use our website at www.ehvrs.org, or call the squad at 746-5883 to reserve your spot. The King William Democratic Committee will assemble to make plans in support of Congressional candidate Krystal Ball at 7 p.m. at the Pamunkey Baptist Association Center, 18627 King MONDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

COMCAST

William Road, across from the Shalom Baptist Church (6395 Acquinton Elementary School. Mechanicsville Turnpike) is holding “A time for healing: Coming to terms with your divorce” study. Wednesday, Sept. 15 Sept. 15 is the deadline The study group will meet at the for crafters/vendors to regis- church on Wednesday nights startter for the Believers Bazaar at ing Sept. 15 from 6:15-7:45 p.m. Mechanicsville Presbyterian There is no cost to participate. Church on Oct. 23. To sign up, Child care is provided through the children’s programs (K-8th please call 746-5496. grade). Dinner is an option for Free Child I.D. every those participating in the study. Wednesday at New York Life (Adults: $5, Children $2.50). The Insurance Company office at study will run for 7-8 weeks. All 9251 Rutland Commons Dr., interested in registering for this Ste. C., Mechanicsville, Va. study, please call the church office 23116. Includes fingerprinting at 746-7737. and photo for your child. For The Friends of the more information please call Mechanicsville Library will hold 746-3714. 5 PM

5:30

6 PM

6:30

7 PM

7:30

4

(ESPN)

7

(CSN)

8

(8-ABC)

(2:00) The 45th Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (Cont’d)

News

Wheel

9

(6-CBS)

Tennis

News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

College Football: Maryland vs. Navy. From Baltimore. (Live) Air Racing

Washington Post Live

Redskins News

11

(35-FOX) Maury Å

12

(12-NBC) PGA Tour Golf

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Judge Mathis ’ Å

MLB Baseball

Inning

8 PM

8:30

9:30

Building

Building

SportsNite

Two Men

Big Bang

Bachelor Pad (N) ’ Å How I Met

CBS Fall

Redskins

SportsCenter Å

Washington Post Live

(:01) Dating in the Dark

News

Nightline

(:01) CSI: Miami Å

News

Late Show W/Letterman

J. Kimmel

Family Guy

Two Men

Two Men

House Baggage Å

FOX News at 10 (N)

Family Guy

’70s Show

Ent

Inside Ed.

America’s Got Talent Twelve more acts perform.

Dateline NBC ’ Å

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

Judge B.

News

Payne

Payne

90210 Confessions ’

Gossip Girl ’ Å

TMZ Å

Earl

Friends ’

King

Funniest Home Videos

WGN News at Nine (N)

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

South Park

Princesses of the World

Voices of Hope

C. Rose T. Smiley

King

(23-PBS) Fetch! Ruff

Cyberchase Electric

WordGirl

BBC News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Antiques Roadshow ’

History Detectives ’

24

(57-PBS) Arthur

Cat in the

Peep

Curious

Clifford

Travel

Globe Trekker ’

Great Performances Doomed lovers. ’ Å

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

Travel

Raymond

Funniest Home Videos

23

Sid

Baseball

SportsNite

NBC News

The 45th Annual Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (Cont’d) Å

Lie to Me ’ (PA) Å

Family Storytime at the Hanover Branch Library at 10:45 a.m. All ages. For more information call 365-6210 or visit the library at 7527 Library Drive

SEPTEMBER 6, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

College Football: Boise State vs. Virginia Tech. From Landover, Md. (Live)

To Be Announced Jeopardy!

9 PM

Harmony in Hanover: Jackass Flats, 6 p.m. Gates Open, 6:30 p.m. Concert begins in tent. Join us in welcoming back crowd favorites, Jackass Flats to Hanover Tavern! Tickets are $10. The event is located at the Hanover Tavern, 13181 Hanover Courthouse Road Hanover Va. 23069. For more information please call 537-5050.

News

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons

The Tyra Show Å

College Football Live SportsNite

their next meeting at 6:30 p.m. at are appreciated. E-mail ehashi@ the Library. Please join us. ehvrs.org, use our website at www. ehvrs.org, or call the squad at 7465883 to reserve your spot. Thursday, Sept. 16 The East Hanover Volunteer Rescue Squad will be holding a Friday, Sept. 17 Basic First Aid for the Community John Marshall High School Workplace class at the squad’s Class of 1970 announces its building – 8105 Walnut Grove 40th Class Reunion, the weekRoad. This class teaches the basics end of Sept. 17-19, 2010. Dinner of immediate care first aid to citi- Dance at the Jefferson-Lakeside zens of the community. The class Country Club, 1700 Lakeside Ave. will start at 6:30 p.m. and will last Cocktails at 6; buffet dinner 7-8:30 until approximately 10:30 p.m. p.m.; dance 8:30-12 a.m. Cost: $60 There is no prerequisite for this per person (music by DJ Danny class. The cost will be $10 that Rucker, JM Class of 1969!) Further covers the certification processing details and advance registration and printing, as well as the student at www.jmhs1970.com or contact manual. As the squad is a non- Hazel Robichaux Lewis at 222profit association, any donations 5238.

33

(USA)

NCIS Bloodbath Å

NCIS Bait ’ Å

NCIS Honor Code Å

NCIS Judgment Day

NCIS Judgment Day

WWE Monday Night RAW ’ (Live) Å

(:05) Covert Affairs

Psych

34

(TNT)

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

The Closer War Zone

The Closer (N) Å

Rizzoli & Isles (N) Å

The Closer Å

Rizzoli

35

(WTBS)

The Office

Family Guy

Lopez Tonight

Earl

37

(A&E)

Hoarders Linda; Steven

Obsessed Germ phobia.

Hoarders

39

(SPIKE)

The Office

The Office

The Office

Hoarders Å

The Office

The Office

Hoarders Å

The Office

The Office

Hoarders Claudie Å

›››‡ “Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi” (1983) Mark Hamill. ’

Family Guy

Family Guy

Hoarders Augustine

Family Guy

Family Guy

Hoarders Adella; Teri

›››› “Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back” (1980) Mark Hamill. ’

›››‡ “Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi” (1983) ’

Dirty Jobs Glass Maker

44

(DISC)

Dirty Jobs Buoy Cleaner

Dirty Jobs Gourd Maker

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

49

(NICK)

“Jimmy Neutron”

SpongeBob

iCarly iPsycho ’ Å

iCarly ’ Å

Mega Music Fest

Hates Chris Hates Chris Lopez

50

(DISN)

Hannah

53

(FAM)

Secret-Teen

Secret-Teen

60

(LIFE)

“In the Land of Women”

››‡ “No Reservations” (2007, Drama) Å

56

(AMC)

“The Sum of All Fears”

››› “The Pledge” (2001) Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright Penn. Å

Hannah

Hannah

301

(HBO)

››‡ “Eagle Eye” (2008) Shia LaBeouf. Å

320

(MAX)

(2:45) “Sugar Hill” (1993)

Hannah

TUESDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30 5 PM

5:30

4

(ESPN)

NFL Live

Burning

Around

7

(CSN)

Building

Building

Washington Post Live

8

(8-ABC)

Oprah Winfrey

News

8 News

9

(6-CBS)

The Dr. Oz Show Å

News

News

(35-FOX) Maury Å

12

(12-NBC) News

13

(65-CW)

15

(WGN)

Inside Ed.

Good Luck

Good Luck

Good Luck

Secret-Teen

Interruption SportsCenter Å

7 PM

SportsCenter Special

SportsNite

To Be Announced

News

ABC News

Wheel

News

News

CBS6 News Extra (N)

Jeopardy!

Dirty Jobs

The Nanny

The Nanny

Malcolm

Phineas

Suite/Deck

Suite/Deck

Hannah

The 700 Club Å

Secret-Teen

(:15) ››‡ “Inkheart” (2009) Brendan Fraser.

8 PM

8:30

30 for 30 (N)

9 PM

9:30

“Transformers: Revenge”

SportsCenter Å

2010 Poker Terrapins

SportsNite

Redskins

SportsNite

Baseball

Washington Post Live

Wipeout Food Fight (N)

(:01) Wipeout Family ’

NightlinePrime

News

Nightline

NCIS Patriot Down ’

NCIS: Los Angeles ’

The Good Wife Running

News

Late Show W/Letterman

FOX News at 10 (N)

Family Guy

Two Men

Two Men

Glee Laryngitis ’ Å

Glee Dream On Å

News

NBC News

Ent

Inside Ed.

Minute to Win It (N) ’

America’s Got Talent The top 10 acts perform.

Payne

One Tree Hill ’ Å

Life Unexpected Å

News

Frasier ’

SEPTEMBER 7, 2010 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM

10 PM

Judge Judy Judge Judy Simpsons News

Whose?

››› “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (2009) ’ ‘PG’

2010 Poker Terrapins

Will/Grace

(:15) ›››‡ “Dirty Harry” (1971) Clint Eastwood. Å

››› “The Informant!” (2009) Matt Damon. ‘R’

Hard Knocks

7:30

Phineas

Dirty Jobs ’ Å

Lopez

››‡ “Notting Hill” (1999) Julia Roberts. Premiere. Å

›››‡ “Dirty Harry” (1971) Clint Eastwood.

(:20) ›› “Fast & Furious” (2009) ’

6:30

Fish Hooks

Friday Night Lights Pilot

›› “Bringing Down the House” (2003) Premiere.

6 PM Redskins

“Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam” ‘NR’ Secret-Teen

››‡ “Mission: Impossible” (1996) ‘PG-13’

(4:50) ››› “Taken” (2008) ‘PG-13’

COMCAST

11

Good Luck Secret-Teen

Family Guy

Hoarders (N) Å

Family Guy

’70s Show

News

Tonight Show w/J. Leno

Raymond

The Tyra Show Å

Judge Mathis (N) Å

Judge B.

News

Payne

Earl

Friends ’

King

Bewitched

Cheers ’

Cheers ’

Becker ’

Becker ’

Funniest Home Videos

››› “School Ties” (1992) Brendan Fraser. ’

WGN News at Nine (N)

Scrubs ’

Scrubs ’

South Park

BBC News

Business

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

NOVA Å (DVS)

Massive Nature

POV Off and Running (N) ’ Å

Curious

Clifford

Bewitched

23

(23-PBS) Fetch! Ruff

Cyberchase Electric

WordGirl

24

(57-PBS) Arthur

Cat in the

Peep

Carrier Full Circle ’

TMZ (N) ’

J. Kimmel

King

PBS NewsHour (N) ’

T. Smiley

33

(USA)

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

Law & Order: SVU

White Collar Point Blank

Covert Affairs (N) Å

Psych Shawn 2.0 Å

Collar

34

(TNT)

Law & Order ’

Law & Order Floater ’

Law & Order ’

Bones ’ Å

Bones ’ Å

Law & Order Lost Boys

Law & Order Rapture ’

CSI: NY ’ Å

CSI: NY ’

35

(WTBS)

Raymond

Friends ’

King

Seinfeld ’

The Office

The Office

Lopez Tonight

My Boys

37

(A&E)

CSI: Miami Ambush ’

Criminal Minds Cults. ’

Criminal

39

(SPIKE)

44

(DISC)

Dirty Jobs Vexcon Å

49

(NICK)

iCarly ’

iCarly ’

SpongeBob SpongeBob iCarly ’

50

(DISN)

Suite/Deck

Wizards

(:15) ››› “Finding Nemo” (2003) ‘G’ Å

Mickey Mouse

“Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure”

53

(FAM)

’70s Show

’70s Show

Gilmore Girls Pilot Å

Friday Night Lights Pilot

Funniest Home Videos

Melissa

›‡ “Gone in Sixty Seconds” (2000) Nicolas Cage. Å

60

(LIFE)

Unsolved Mysteries

Wife Swap ’ Å

Wife Swap Mink/Oaks

Reba Å

Reba Å

Reba Å

56

(AMC)

(2:45) ›››› “Unforgiven” (1992)

301

(HBO)

(3:30) “The Last Legion”

320

(MAX)

(:05) “National Lampoon’s Animal House” (1978)

CSI

Friends

Sid

The Office

CSI: Miami All In Å

CSI: Crime Scene Cash Cab

King

The First 48 Å

Travel

Keeping Up Our Archive Our Archive American Masters ’ Å

Seinfeld ’

The Office

The Office

The Office

The Office

The First 48 Å

Criminal Minds Å

Criminal Minds L.D.S.K.

Criminal Minds The Fox

(:38) CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

DEA ’

DEA Flip The Stripper ’

DEA Drug Dealing Deli

Scrappers

Cash Cab

Swamp Loggers Å

Swords: Life on the Line

Swords: Life on the Line

The Colony Tick (N) ’

Cash Cab

Cash Cab Jackson

iCarly ’

SpongeBob My Wife

Reba Å

(:45) ›››‡ “Dirty Harry” (1971) Clint Eastwood. Å

(:15) ››› “Duplicity” (2009) Julia Roberts. ’ ‘PG-13’ Å

My Wife

Hates Chris Hates Chris Lopez

Kirstie

Suite/Deck Kirstie

Phineas Kirstie

››‡ “Magnum Force” (1973) Clint Eastwood. Å ›› “Four Christmases” (2008) Å

››‡ “RocknRolla” (2008) Gerard Butler. ‘R’

BlueMount

BlueMount

Knockout

Swords: Life on the Line

Swords

Lopez

The Nanny

The Nanny

Malcolm

Phineas

Suite/Deck

Suite/Deck

Kirstie

Hannah

The 700 Club Å

Whose?

Will/Grace

Frasier ’

Will/Grace

››‡ “Magnum Force” (1973) Clint Eastwood.

“My Trip to Al-Qaeda” (2010) ‘NR’

››› “Saturday Night Fever” (1977) ‘PG’ Å

Scrappers

Hung Å

Entourage

True Blood ’ Å

››› “The Hangover” (2009) Bradley Cooper. ’

The Mechanicsville Local

Alien Sex

September 1, 2010

31


CELEBRATIONS | Births, Engagements, Weddings & Anniversaries

Clark-Cole announce wedding

&RPSOHWH VHUYLFHV UHVRXUFHV DQG VXSSRUW IRU WKH RQHV \RX ORYH  KRXUV D GD\  GD\V D ZHHN Â&#x2021; 3K\VLFLDQV UHJLVWHUHG QXUVHV Â&#x2021; 0HGLFDO VRFLDO ZRUNHUV Â&#x2021; &HUWLILHG KRVSLFH DLGHV Â&#x2021; 7UDLQHG YROXQWHHUV Â&#x2021; 3DLQ PDQDJHPHQW Â&#x2021; 6\PSWRP FRQWURO Â&#x2021; 6SLULWXDO FDUH Â&#x2021; %HUHDYHPHQW VHUYLFHV

Richmond | Farmville | Tappahannock Hampton Roads | Fredericksburg

800-501-0451

The marriage of Miss Cameron Raye Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wayne Clark, to Brandon Tazewell Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Haley Cole, all of Mechanicsville, took place the evening of April 24, 2010, at Mechanicsville Christian Center. Rev. P. Carter Goolsby officiated. The bride, escorted by her father and given in marriage by her parents, is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Parker and Mrs. Barbara Ford. The groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Haley Cole, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Epperly and the late Mr. John Kelley. Miss Mary Napier, close friend and college roommate of the bride was the Maid of Honor, and Mrs. Allison Johnson, childhood friend of the bride was the Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids included the sister of the groom Lauren Cole, cousin of the groom Rebekah Closs, and friends of the bride Erica Cage and Stefanie Davis. Junior Bridesmaids were Logan Christian and Latney Hodges, friends of the bride. Keriana Robertson, cousin of the groom, was the flower girl. Best men were Mr. Stephen Cole, father of the groom and Mr. Jordan Cole, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were cousin of the groom Nicholas Robinson and friends of the groom Wesley Atkinson, Charles Harper IV, and Joshua Meador. Ring bearer was Cole Christian, friend of the bride. Mrs. Kaye Hodges served as Mistress of Ceremonies. Megan Kuester, Sydney Kuester, and Lisa Harper served as program attendants. Nicole Robinson was guestbook attendant. Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Parker and Mr. and Mrs. James Beck were Dinner Hosts. A rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groomâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents at the Wyndham Virginia Crossings. Following the ceremony, a cocktail hour, seated dinner and dance was given by the brideâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s parents at The Westin of Richmond. After the wedding, the couple enjoyed a honeymoon in St. Lucia. The Coles reside in their new home in Mechanicsville.

www.hospiceva.com

Photo courtesy of Edward Small Studio

MR. and MRS. BRANDON TAZEWELL COLE the former Miss Cameron Raye Clark

In celebration of Labor Day our office will be closed on Monday, September 6th. Our Sept. 8th and Sept. 9th publications will have an early advertising deadline. Display Ads: Sept. 1st at 12pm Classified Ads: Sept. 2nd at 12pm Please call your advertising representative for more details. SERVING THE COMMUNITIES OF CHESTERFIELD COUNTY Powhatan, Virginia

BON AIR | BRANDERMILL | GENITO | MIDLOTHIAN | ROBIOUS | SALISBURY | WOODLAKE

(804) 746-1235 32

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

(804) 746-1235

(804) 379-6451

(804) 598-4305


Indian Fields - $215,000 Marianne and Charles Warren 804-569-0225/804-569-0226

Susan Tate

David Johnson

2 ACRES

9072 Woodlawn Drive - $299,000 Marianne and Charles Warren 804-569-0225/804-569-0226

Beautiful level 2 acres of land within 5 minutes New on the Market! Beautiful 3 bedrooms of Rt. 360. Random width pine flooring, plus large office with built-in desk and wood work in home is beautiful, including 5” computer area. This home has a large great baseboards, 6 panel wood doors throughout room with gas fireplace, open to kitchen/ the home! Kitchen has been renovated with dining area. Take a choice of sitting on the oversized deck or the country front porch for enjoying the privacy of the smooth top cooking, bay window, built-in microwave, pine flooring throughout 1st and 2nd level, walk-in closets in 2 bedrooms, large master suite with custom almost 1 acre wooded lot. A must see to appreciate!

Marianne Warren

Charles Warren

Rod Shortell

Barbara Byrd

Meredith Minter

Sue Smith

Holly Baker

Randey Bloom

Nancy Smithson

Debbie Hensley

Susie DuRant

Jack Torza, Broker

cabinetry in bath including a tub and shower. The huge great room has a beautiful masonry fireplace with built-in wood box, French doors. The formal dining room also has the chair rail and 2-member crown molding. Additional 500 feet on third floor for expanding (unfinished).

Teresa Moore

Mike Grim

5045 Pole Green Road - $139,900 Marianne and Charles Warren 804-569-0225/804-569-0226 Darling brick 1-level home with nice Florida room overlooking the fenced-in rear yard. The 1-car garage is detached and located at the rear of the property, also zoned A-1. The living room is open to the kitchen and has a masonry fireplace and wood floor. Three bedrooms and 1½ baths plus utility room that allows room for storage too! This property is located within minutes of 360 approx. 1- 1½ miles off Rt. 360 on Pole Green Rd. Call now!

Maryann Nuckolls

Beth Goldsmith

833 Marl Hill Road - $489,000 Susan Tate 804-339-6603

James Richardson

Carol Martin

Regina Merrick

Andrew Bobbitt

Meghan Richards

Special 3.99% financing is just one reason to consider the popular 3-bedroom, 2-bath “Chatham” model by Hallmark Homebuilders. A bright, open floor plan features a large eat-in kitchen which overlooks the living room with vaulted ceiling. The master suite with its private full bath is another highlight of this one-story living. A covered front porch, rear deck, along with low-maintenance vinyl siding, aggregate walkway and paved driveway are additional amenities. The central crossing neighborhood has public water and sewer and is easy commute. Restrictions apply to special financing.

6411 Selby Lane - $149,000 Meredith Minter or Sue Smith 804-746-1850

Are you looking for privacy? This beautiful home sits on 5 acres and has a pond. Built in 2008 by Mountcastle Homes with many Handy man special, 1,200 sq. ft. Ranchupgrades. With over 3,600 square feet, it features er, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fenced backhardwood floors throughout the first floor living yard. Great location. Above ground areas, columns in the formal rooms, cherry cabinets with granite counters and stainless pool needs liner. 16 x 15 deck. Onesteel appliances in the kitchen which is open to the family room and breakfast nook. year home warranty plan! “New roof” 6/2010. Reduced $30,000. The kitchen also features convection oven, 2 drawer dishwasher, pendant, recessed lighting. Come read a book in the Florida room and watch the wildlife out your windows. The deck has gas line to attach to grill. Whole house generator, insta hot water heater, attached 2-car garage. The upstairs features 2 bedrooms and large family room of which half could be converted into 4th bedroom if needed.

1558 Dorrell Road- $599,000 Teresa Moore 804-370-0093 Glenn Grambo

110 St. Charles Place - $189,950 Mike Grim 804-569-0239

Country living on 30 acres +/-, with easy commute to I-95 and Northern Va area. Exquisite brick and stone Transitional with every amenity. Top-of-the-line kitchen, Quartz countertops, glazed maple cabinets, Jenn Air smooth top range, double convection microwave ovens, and built-in wine cooler. State-of-the-art built-in projection DLP, built-in speakers, stone wood burning fireplace in great room, formal dining room, master suite with gas log fireplace, and jacuzzi tub that opens to deck with all the privacy you can imagine! 2 additional bedrooms and loft on 2nd level! Upper Trex deck for entertaining or relaxing. Oversized two-car garage, large unfinished area and ground level access!

9246 Pamunkey Crest Drive $799,000 Teresa Moore 804-370-0093 Pamunkey River deeded access! Lovely allbrick estate home! Custom built with quality and workmanship by W. C. Lewis. Partially unfinished full basement and bath. 10 acre sprawl with 5-stall barn, pole shed, two-car attached and detached garage/workshop. Adjacent are two additional five acre parcels available for sale totaling 20 acres. Grand two-story entrance foyer unfolds to spacious formal rooms.Throughout the first floor living space you will find 9’ ceilings, large kitchen with Sub Zero refrigerator, Thermadore range, library/office, family room with gas fireplace adjacent to kitchen that leads to rear deck with gazebo and greenhouse, in-law suite or 1st floor master suite. Upstairs offers grand three room owner’s suite, three additional bedrooms, laundry, hall bath, unfinished walk-up third level!

Hanover Office 6150 Mechanicsville Turnpike • 746-1850 www.longandfoster.com e-mail: hanover.va@longandfoster.com

PROSPERITY M O R

T G A G E

Sumeeth Theruvath Hanover’s In-House Mortgage Specialist Specializing in Conventional, VA, FHA & VHDA Mortgage Financing

569-0253 office/voice mail

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

33


Going through a divorce? Having a difficult time dealing with the hurt, the emotional “roller coaster”? Shalom Baptist Church (6395 Mechanicsville Turnpike) is holding “A TIME FOR HEALING: COMING TO TERMS WITH YOUR DIVORCE” Study.

The study group will meet at the church on Wednesday nights starting September 15th from 6:15-7:45 pm. No cost to participants. Child care is provided through the children’s programs (K-8th grade). Dinner is an option for those participating in the study. (Adults $5.00, and children: $2.50). The study will run for 7-8 weeks. All interested in registering for this study, please call the church office at 746-7737.

Floor Trader coming to Hanover Village Regency Centers (www.regencycenters.com), a national owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored and community shopping centers, has leased retail space at Hanover Village in Mechanicsville to The Floor Trader. Selling carpet, laminate, vinyl, tile, hardwood and area rugs,

WELCOME Continued from pg. 1 b

Standards of Learning assessments. Our entire community can join our celebration of this outstanding record of student achievement which reflects the Hanover Standard of Excellence. We are confident that there will be many additional opportunities to celebrate our outstanding students, teachers and

The Floor Trader has leased 12,882 square feet of retail space and is slated to open for business in the fall of 2011. According to Luke Puccinelli, Regency Centers operations manager, the 96,146square-foot shopping center is anchored by a 34,573-square-foot Tractor Supply

school leaders as we move into the new school year. What has seemed like a very short summer has been filled with professional development, leadership training, and preparation of classrooms and facilities as our annual “grand opening” approaches. We eagerly anticipate the first day of school when our buildings will be filled with students and the exciting activities of teaching and learning! As our teachers and school

Company alongside national retailers such as Advance Auto Parts, Hallmark, Papa Johns Pizza and Sonic. The center is located at 7047 Mechanicsville Pike in Mechanicsville. Information submitted by Bonnie Hayflick, The Hoffman Agency.

leaders welcome our students back to the classroom on Sept. 7, we renew our commitment to provide educational opportunities that will help every child succeed. We thank the Hanover County Board of Supervisors, the Hanover County School Board, our county administration, school leaders, teachers, support employees, parents, business partners, and community members who demonstrate unwavering commitment

to Hanover students each and every year. Please accept the invitations that will be offered throughout the year to be involved with your schools. Your presence and participation are encouraged and welcomed. On behalf of the Hanover County School Board, I thank you for your continuing support of Hanover County Public Schools. Welcome to the 20102011 school year!

LIVE MUSIC • Fri & Sat 7:30pm OPEN MIKE • Bring your instrument, perform and receive 1 Free Dessert Tuesday 6-9pm

SURPLUS Continued from pg. 1 b

can be held. A special election requires Justice Department (DOJ) approval and there are special time limitations regarding the process. There’s also a $40,000 price tag associated with the election. County attorney Sterling Rives said the county could conceivably satisfy all the guidelines and requirements by scheduling an election for late February or March of 2011. Since there is a general election scheduled for November next year, the winner would only serve for seven months until a new sheriff is elected. Hines will assume the sheriff ’s position when Cook officially retires on Oct. 1. “There are no shortcuts. You have to open all the polling places, you have to have absentee ballots, you have to do everything you do if you were having a general election,” Rives told the supervisors. He suggested the county proceed and file the required paperwork, and ask the judge to rule if a special election is necessary to fill such a short period of time. Rives said he believed the court has the discretion to determine if a special election is required.

34

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

“”I think it’s appropriate to advise the court of the circumstances, but I think that’s as far as we go,” Gordon said. “I think the judge is capable of weighing his or her responsibility and making a decision as to whether we have the election or not.” The board moved to file the writ for election and advise the court of the legal restraints limiting the schedule for a special election. According to one Hanover resident, the process to study the current group home situation in the county is in shambles. During last Wednesday’s meeting of the Hanover County Board of Supervisors, Henry District resident Susan Chenault expressed concerns regarding a committee appointed in the spring to study the possibility of forming a public private venture to address the three group homes in the county. Last year’s budget process included discussions regarding the three homes, and initial proposals about closing one of the homes to cut costs in a tough budget year. The Community Services Board suggested the merger of two of the homes to reduce costs. Several citizens affected by the closure spoke against the measure and the supervisors eventually approved the budget, leav-

ing the three homes intact. They charged the CSB with establishing a committee to study the operation of the group homes in the county. Chenault said that process hasn’t gone well. “Prior to the first committee meeting, the process had been determined, the outcome had been determined, staff had been notified that they would no longer be employed as of July 1, 2011, and a process began that can best be described as an exercise in futility,” Chenault said. She said the committee is unable to do its job due to a lack of cooperation with the CSB. “There is a cancer in the Community Services Board department,” Chenault said. “This cancer is slowly and systematically eating away at the services that are provided for individuals with intellectual disabilities,” she added. County administrator Cecil R. “Rhu” Harris Jr. said the CSB is scheduled to present an update at the Sept. 8 meeting. Gordon said it was the intent of the board to study possible cost cutting measures, but not to cut available services. “We had several objectives in this process and the degradation of services was not one of the objectives. Our object is to ensure the same level of service at a reduced cost,” Gordon said.


UPCOMING EVENTS

01

09 2010

Field hockey Hanover at Atlee 5:00 p.m.

03

Football Benedictine at Atlee 7:00 p.m.

09 2010

For more information go to www.mechlocal.com

| Youth, High School, College, Recreational & Professional

Scott ready for Spider debut Lee-Davis alum has UR ready for opener By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com This Saturday, former LeeDavis standout Latrell Scott will make the next step in a progressive climb up the ladder of success when he leads the University of Richmond football team onto the Scott Stadium field in Charlottesville for his debut as a head coach. For Scott, stepping into the role of head coach has been a matter of continual adjustment and taking on a different role even from what he provided in the spring.

When he first took over the Richmond program, Scott admitted it was a big adjustment to take on all of the responsibilities involved with the team upon himself. Since that time he has adjusted to look at the larger picture. “I think the biggest transition for me is just being able to remove myself from football a little bit and focus on the broad spectrum of the entire program,” Scott said. “I think I’m much more involved than I was in the spring. I think I have a little bit better feel of what’s going on and kind of when and where to add my opinion. “I was given the opportunity to hire a great staff so I’m able to stay our of their way

a lot, but also kind of insert my own opinion when needed,” Scott added. “It’s definitely an adjustment but I’m more comfortable with it than I was in the spring.” The players seem to agree. “He’s adapting well,” said senior defensive lineman Martin Parker. “He’s easy to talk to. He always keeps his door open if we want to talk to him. “Everybody on the team likes him and we’re all getting along well,” Parker added. “We just can’t wait to actually play a game and play a game for Coach Scott.” Scott’s Spiders enter the season ranked as the sixth best team in the Football Championship

MET TESTING Part I: THE NEXT STEP

UR tests Craven’s MET plan

see SCOTT, pg. 36 ` Photo courtesy of The University of Richmond

University of Richmond Strength and Conditioning Coach Chris Stewart, right, works with a staff member on the versa-climber. This fall, Stewart and the Spiders football program began implementing Mike Craven’s MET testing, a conditioning plan first put into use by Lee-Davis High School last summer.

Slow to catch on, Lee-Davis program gets sudden boost with Spiders By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com

Charlie Leffler/The Local

Former Lee-Davis standout Latrell Scott will make his head coaching debut this Saturday when he takes his Spiders to the University of Virginia.

Last summer, Lee-Davis strength and condit ioning coach Mike Craven introduced a new testing and conditioning method with the high school’s football team. The

program, designed to identify and acclimatize athletes susceptible to heat related illnesses, was developed through MET (Metabolic Equivalent of Task) testing to determine the volume of oxygen or VO2 max scores, which provide information on the body’s ability to utilize oxygen and release heat. Being considered the first football program in the country to take such a proactive approach to dealing with heat intolerant athletes, the story of Craven’s program made the front page of the Richmond Times Dispatch. Passionate

about heat issues, Craven wanted to give every school a chance to adapt his testing and conditioning plan. However, it did not catch on as he expected. “That article that was written was all everywhere,” he said. “How many coaches called us? Zero.” But Craven did not give up. He took his presentation to the Virginia High School League where the information could be sent out to all of the coaches in the state. “None of the coaches called,” he said. “None of the coaches acted.”

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010 35

see MET, pg. 36 `


MET Continued from pg. 35 b

Craven recognized the reluctance among coaches stemmed from the fact that the normal progression of new methods runs from NFL to college to high school. “I’m sure because colleges aren’t doing it, that’s why they’re not looking at it,” Craven said. “When you see a college do something different that’s never seen, whether it’s right or wrong they (high schools) gravitate to it because it’s a mindset.” Craven finally made a breakthrough in mid-summer when two of the top high school football programs in the Richmond, Highland Springs and Deep Run, started implementing his testing and conditioning plan. Then in July, another breakthrough came when a chain of events allowed Craven to make his presentation to University of Richmond. As an alumni of LeeDavis, new Spider head coach Latrell Scott had trained under

Craven. As such, Scott allowed him to speak to UR’s training staff. “Coach Scott told me he trusts (Craven) and thought he was a really good guy,” said Richmond Strength and Conditioning coach Chris Stewart. “Hear him out and get your opinion on it.” Craven gave his presentation understanding that the knowledge of college level trainers would give him every opportunity to be proven wrong. “If there was anything that was presented that wasn’t true to form they would have debated it,” Craven said. “The first thing they did was, they said they were going to participate and they acted on the information.” The presentation surprised Stewart. “I was at the University of Tennessee for 11 years. We never did anything like this,” he said. “I just felt this one made a lot of sense,” he added. “There’s a lot of attention put on heat illness and if you look at it, we are at fault if someone drops

out. That’s something I don’t ever want to have to experience. So if there’s anything I can do to protect the athletes I’m going to do it.” But Stewart also understands many coaches are reluctant to adapt the new conditioning process because they want their players to undergo anaerobic or strength conditioning in order to make them stronger. To increase heat tolerance, Craven’s methods call for aerobic or endurance training, which can deplete strength if not implemented properly. Stewart admits he too had the same thoughts. “That was my concern at first,” he said. “If I do all of this aerobic training, I’m going to lose their anaerobic power. I’m going to have a soft football team. They can jog laps all day but that’s not what I’m looking for.” But Craven explained that through the MET/VO2 scores, Stewart would be able to determine the exact heart rate of each athlete’s lactic threshold whereby anaerobic strength would not be lost.

SCOTT Continued from pg. 35 b

Series. However, at the same time Richmond is also ranked sixth in the Colonial Athletic Conference. “That must mean we play in the best conference in the country,” Scott said. “If we’re the sixth best team in our conference and the sixth best team in the country, it shows you what the CAA’s all about.” While Scott admits he does not put a lot of stock in preseason polls, he also pointed out that the selection to finish sixth in the CAA has not gone unnoticed. “It’s been placed in a few places around the building,” he smiled. “I’m not sure how it got there, but it’s a tool. It’s something that our kids have to focus on and we don’t want to be the sixth best team at anything we do, the conference or the country.”

36

Charlie Leffler/The Local

UR senior defensive lineman Martin Parker says the team has adapted well to Scott’s coaching.

Scott also like the fact that he is back in the FCS where virtually any team can make a run at the national championship regardless of poll position. “It’s great,” he said. “I’ve been able to

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

be a part of both. “At our level, every year you get to decide,” he added. “At the end of the day you have to finish up and you have to be the guy that can win four games

File photo by Charlie Leffler/The Local

Last summer, Lee-Davis Strength and Conditioning Coach Mike Craven, right, began using a MET testing program with the school’s football team to determine athletes who were susceptible to heat related issues. Though acceptance of his program has been slow to catch on, in July Highland Springs, Deep Run and the University of Richmond followed suit.

Yet, fall camp was getting ready to begin so Stewart took a cautious approach with the Spiders and only tested the incoming freshmen— “instead of throwing the whole thing at the entire team and say, ‘let’s see what happens, because you know we can’t do that this time of year, we can’t gamble.” Those that produced MET scores of 40 or higher were deemed safe. But three of the incoming Spiders fell below that mark. “Typically, if you were to look at these guys you could probably pick them out. They’re typically your overweight guys,” Stewart said. “Most of those guys had great work ethics they just couldn’t go. They couldn’t go through the wringer. They were struggling. So now we have a plan.” Because of NCAA time constraints, Stewart was unable to administer the full conditioning plan to those freshmen through fall camp. But at the same time he wanted to test results of Craven’s methods, so he asked a couple of UR staff members to undergo the aero-

bic conditioning plan. Instead of running on a track like the Lee-Davis football team, Stewart adapted UR’s conditioning to the use of a versaclimber to reduce impact on the joints. “What we’ve found so far is it’s not affecting their power,” Stewart said. “It’s not affecting their strength, their anaerobic conditioning.” As the season gets under way, Stewart will have time to bring the freshmen with low MET scores in on the conditioning. “In the long run, you’re going to find overheating, dehydration, heat illnesses, things like that are going to go down too because they’re going to be able to release heat from their body with oxygen absorption and increasing the VO2 max,” he said. With the tests proving positive results with the UR staff, Stewart sees a two-fold benefit to Craven’s plan with the players. The conditioning will not only increase their heat tolerance but also make them better

on the field. “If I can get them faster, they’ll be able to maintain that speed longer throughout the game,” Stewart said. “One of the things I’m really excited about, I’m going to be able to tell if this kid is really giving me all or is he just playing the game so he can get a breath,” Stewart said. “Taking all the guessing game out of it. “These football coaches, they want these guys mentally tough,” Stewart said. “You’ve got to push them. You’ve got to go above and beyond what they feel they can do. But now I have a tool that we can use to make it safe. I know exactly where the athlete’s at. I know if he can give me more. He can’t cheat the system. If he’s at his capacity then I know that already.” After learning of the football team’s participation in the program, the UR women’s basketball team has since undergone MET testing as well. COMING SOON: MET TESTING Part II Liability and responsibility


NASCAR’s David Ragan delivers in Richmond By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com Last week, NASCAR’s David Ragan, driver of the No. 6 UPS Ford, delivered the goods in Richmond. Ragan, UPS and Richmond International Raceway joined forces as part of the Henrico Education Foundation Schools Supplies Challenge, an initiative designed to help local students get ready for the upcoming school year. While in town, Ragan climbed in the jump seat of a UPS deliver truck filled with school supplies then dropped them off at Douglas Wilder Middle School. “Doing something for the local community and the kids is the number one reason for being in Richmond today,” Ragan said. “With UPS Freight’s involvement, being based out of Virginia, that’s certainly a good reason to come up. You see the reaction from the teachers and the principal, they really get a kick out of it and they appreciate it.” After his work was done, Ragan returned to RIR to field questions from a select group of fans before providing them with pace car rides around the track. The following is an excerpt from Ragan’s Q&A session. Question: Being from Georgia, how much does it hurt losing the Atlanta race? Ragan: It hurts a little bit because I grew up going to that race in March. I grew up going to the season finale, until a few years ago, in November. It was always two weekends out of the year and it was always cold and sometimes rainy and sometimes snowy and it was tough but you look at Darlington and I think they’re doing great with the one date they have; sold a lot of tickets and it’s always a good race. I think the same with Atlanta. They can put a lot of emphasis on their Labor

Day race. It can be a good race weekend and have a lot of fun. And things change over time and who knows, years down the road they may get one back. Q: If you hadn’t gone into racing what would you have done? I probably would be a farmer back home in Georgia, that’s what everybody did. We lived in a small community and all the guys and girls that I went to school with are kind of living in that local community. I enjoy racing. Now, if something were to happen and I couldn’t race I would still be involved in motorsports in some way, shape or form. I’d probably go back to school and get some type of engineering degree. I like traveling. I like the racing. I like the competition. I like the sport that I’m a part of. Q: How is Jack Roush doing? He looks good. He came back with us from Michigan. He was in Bristol this week. He was at the shop all day yesterday, hanging out and talking, he’s doing good. He’s a tough guy and I’m sure he’ll be up here in two weeks for the race, probably won’t miss another race all year. So, he’s going full throttle and I don’t know if his flying days are over or not. I’m sure he’ll get back in the plane some and go at it one day. Q: Did you get training to do public speaking? My mom and dad are both talkers and they made me feel comfortable talking. I used to get in trouble at school for talking too much so I think that finally did help me when I got out of school. But no official training. Q: Do you believe changes need to be made because of all the Cup drivers running in the Nationwide series? I do agree that there needs to be some kind of stepping stone series that the young drivers

can compete in. They need to compete with the Cup drivers because that’s makes you better but you don’t need to steal the thunder from a young kid that may have a chance to win the championships. It’s definitely got out of hand the last four or five years. Ten years ago, you had guys like Mark Martin and Dale Earnhardt and all, they raced a lot of Nationwide races, Busch races but they didn’t run them all. So you had guys like Matt Kenseth that can win the Busch Championship or Dale Earnhardt Jr. or this one or that one and that’s the way it should be. NASCAR’s got a tough job in pleasing everyone. Q: What’s it like coming to Richmond with a chance to make the Chase? Two years ago I didn’t realize how hard it was to get to that point. That was my second year in Sprint Cup and we were like 150 points out a few races before Richmond and we had a good Bristol, a good Michigan, we were in the top 10 in Atlanta or a few races leading up to Richmond. We were within 50 points coming into Richmond and we knew we could do it and we were running in the top 10 early in the race. We got involved in an accident and we lost a lap but Clint Bowyer wasn’t racing much better. At one point we were locked in. At one point we were out, we were in, we were out and we ended up finishing a couple laps down in 20 something. We missed the Chase but we finished 13th in points and I just felt like man this is pretty easy we should be a lock in next year. So next year we finished 20 something in points and this year we’re 24th. So it’s certainly close. So those guys that are 10th to 14th in points are sweating it out, including a couple

Charlie Leffler/The Local

Last week, NASCAR driver David Ragan stopped by Richmond to team up with UPS and Richmond International Raceway in an effort to deliver school supplies to Douglas Wilder Middle School. Afterwards, Ragan came to RIR for a Q&A session with fans before giving pace car rides around the track.

of my teammates are 10th and you lose 75 points in one race weeks. So there’s definitely a lot 11th in points. One bad race, and they’re fighting for their of drama when the cars unload an engine failure in Atlanta and lives here in Richmond in two here at Richmond.

Congratulations!! To all of the players, coaches and fans of the Mechanicsville Little League Juniors All-Star Team – 2010 World Series Participants Sincerely, Your friends at Atlee Little League The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010 37


Chemistry the biggest question for 2010 Jackets Arruza has question marks about teams’ demeanor By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com Coming into the fall camp, Randolph-Macon head football coach Pedro Arruza had questions about the demeanor of this year’s Yellow Jacket squad. “I think the question you have going into every season is, what kind of chemistry is your team going to have,” Arruza said. “How hungry is your team going to be. I think those are going to be the big question marks for us because we have a lot of guys coming back in a lot of key spots. I think a lot of it’s going to come down to how well we merge together as a team from a chemistry standpoint or how badly this team wants to be good.”

For Arruza, fall camp could provide what he was looking for from his team. “I’ll probably be able to answer that in a couple of months,” Arruza said. “I think that’s still a question mark for me. I think our guys worked really hard in the off season, but I want to know how our guys are going to respond when it’s 100 degrees outside and we’re in the middle of two a days. Camp is a grind and I think you learn a lot about yourself and I think you learn a lot about your team in how they respond in camp.” It appears that the biggest questions as to team chemistry percolated out of last year’s season ending loss to rival Hampden-Sydney which cost them the ODAC title. For fifth year senior quarterback Austin Faulkner, it served as a motivating factor during the off season. “I think the way that

season ended was pretty bitter,” he said. “That feeling after that last game, it really stuck around with me and a lot of my classmates. That’s not the way we want to end our college careers. I know that each and every one of them has done everything in their power to make sure they’re as ready as possible for this year. It’s just our job to make sure everyone else, all of the young guys, are on the same page with us.” Last season, Faulkner was a second team All-ODAC selection and threw for 1679 yards and 11 touchdowns. “No doubt in my mind he should be the best quarterback in our league and our guys have got to rally around him,” Arruza said. “He’s worked his tail off here for the last four years and File photo by Jim Ridolphi/For The Local really as much as any other guy that I’ve coached, has made him- Randolph-Macon running back Thaddeus Scruggs (34) slides his way closer to the goal line see JACKETS, pg. 40 `

against rival Hampden-Sydney in last season’s closer. Scruggs returns as the Yellow Jackets leading rusher from last season but he will have plenty of young players on his heels.

Tigers evolving into Hampden-Sydney Hawks Hanover players take leadership role to the college level By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com For the last few years, the joke around the football locker room on the HampdenSydney campus is that the team will have to change names. An overwhelming number of Hanover High School players on the Tiger’s roster has led many to begin calling the team the Hampden-Sydney File photo by Jim Ridolphi/For The Local

At left: Hampden-Sydney’s Kirk Rohle (9) had a breakout season with the Tigers last year. Rohle is one of several former Hanover Hawks who have brought a contagious attitude to H-SC.

38

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Hawks. But with recent results of both teams, there is more respect than taunt in the moniker. Last year, Hanover finished their season in the state semifinals. Hampden-Sydney won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference title and made it into the D-III NCAA championship series. “Hard work and a work ethic really raised us to the top,” said former Hawk and current H-SC junior offensive lineman Ben Rogers. “(It’s) something that’s really helped us out on the college team too. A lot of guys have really picked up on it.” For Tiger’s head coach Marty Favret, his team’s success holds its roots in the mentality brought to his team

by the Hanover players. “Not just what they’ve been able to do on the field but I feel they’ve brought a work ethic that Coach (Joshua) Just starts in high school that has really boded us well in the weight room. It doesn’t hurt that some of these guys have got a lot of talent and we’re expecting big things out of them.” Two former Hanover players that have high expectations placed on them this season are junior offensive lineman Ben Rogers and junior running back Kirk Rohle. “There’s obviously more than just that,” Favret said. “We’re going to keep going back there and hopefully we keep bringing those type of guys in here because it’s been a real nice fit for us, on and off see HAWKS, pg. 40`


All eyes are on Atlee Raiders run for riches By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com This year all eyes will be on the Atlee Raiders football program. Half will be looking to see if the 2009 season, which saw Atlee run off to an eyepopping 5-2 start, was a fluke. Others wonder if this is indeed the year that the Raiders make a leap into the Div. 5 playoff race. For head coach Roscoe Johnson, it is the latter. “I think if there’s a year for Atlee to break out, this will be the year,” he said. The skeptics will point out that the Raiders lost a lot of talent in the graduation of quar-

terback/DB Dylan Garthright, wide receiver/running back Micah Spiers, linebackers Hunter Brooks and David Ratchford along with five who played on the offensive line. But Johnson is not worried about the holes left behind. “I think we have holes but our JV group had better talent in those holes to put in,” he said. The team also ended last year with plenty of motivation, after closing out the year 0-3, capped with a 43-21 drubbing by Lee-Davis that kept them out of the playoffs. “They’re still upset about that loss in the last game of the season and they’re not happy,” Johnson said. “You can tell it in practice, they’re not happy. They have a chip on their shoulder. “It’s almost like a job to them,” Johnson added. “They have something to

prove that they belonged in the playoffs last year. We didn’t take of business the way we should have. There’s no woulda, shoulda, coulda. Your season’s here now, prove it to everybody that you belong.” OFFENSE Though the Raiders lost starting quarterback Garthright there should be no falloff at the position because they return senior Drew Ferguson, who split time in the pocket last season. Ferguson showed physical talent last year and was only hampered by decision making, a factor that Johnson said his quarterback concentrated on for this year. “Drew Ferguson has probably worked harder than any kid we have in this program,” he said. “He realized at the end of the year

everything was put on him. In his own mind he knows that he didn’t step up to where he needed to be.” Expect a breakout season for Ferguson this year. A pair of juniors, Ben Griffith and Ruben Rucker will act as backups in the pocket. Ferguson will have no shortage of hands to throw to as Atlee returns most of their receivers. Senior Jordan Underwood is back along with junior Shaquille Williams. Joining them will be juniors Matt Combs, Will McCombs and Griffith. Combs had an outstanding season with the JV squad last year. Also in the mix will be Benedictine transfer, senior RJ Price. “The skies the limit for the receiving corp,” Johnson said. The speedy and elusive Tevor Elie will remain a constant threat in the back-

field. “He’s a senior and he gets better and better each year,” Johnson said. Backing up Elie will be junior Jarred Hall, who has equally impressed his coach. “Something happens to Trevor, Jarred can go right in and we wouldn’t skip a beat,” he said. Center Kyle Wilheman is gone from the offensive line, but his replacement senior Ricky Baughan saw time in the position last year. Juniors Cole Stout and Jacob Cooper both saw time at the guard position last year while senior Ryan Miller is back at left tackle. Right tackle will be occupied by junior Josh Johnson, a transfer from Lee-Davis. DEFENSE Senior linebacker Josh Doggett has been the face of the Atlee defense for the past three years. But even though he is bigger and quicker this may be the first season he does not lead the team in tackles. “He understands now he’s got a nucleus of a team and it’s see ATLEE, pg. 4o `

File photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

From left: Jordan Underwood, Drew Ferguson and Trevor Elie will be key parts of this year’s Raider offense.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010 39


HAWKS Continued from pg. 38 b

the field.” Just feels the character his former players have shown at H-SC developed through the lean years at Hanover. “Those guys at Hampden-Sydney are the guys that went through the 0-10 year, the rough stages,” he said. “To see what they’ve done and that attitude they brought us; carry that on to Hampden-Sydney, that’s a lot of fun.” As part of last year’s offensive line, Rogers allowed only 15 sacks in 11 games while supporting the ODAC’s highest rated quarterback, Cory Sedlar. Rohle, had a breakout year as a sophomore, leading the Tigers with 12 touchdowns on 199 carries, averaging 77.6 yards a game. He also led the team in receiving, with 49

ATLEE Continued from pg. 39 b

not just him, where before we had to depend a lot on him,” Johnson said. Brooks and Ratchford were impressive last season, but Johnson expects even bigger things from his newcomers including a breakout season for junior C o l e

40

catches for five TDs and 27.3 yards per game. In last year’s ODAC deciding contest at RandolphMacon, then freshman Stephen Fogleman’s 90-yard kickoff return for a touchdown was the game changer. With only four kickoff returns on the season, Fogleman averaged 42.8 yards. Other former Hawks joining Rogers, Rohle and Fogleman on this year’s HSC squad are senior tight end Stuart Callahan, and offensive lineman Alan Goode; sophomore linebacker Kenny Fryman and tight end Karlton Davis along with freshmen Patrick Roche. “It’s very fun for us,” Rogers said. “You know a lot of guys kind of joke around with us on the college team, call us the Hampden-Sydney Hawks. But it’s very fun. Over the summer we get to all lift together and

work out.” During the summer, a large contingent of Richmond area players, including H-SC starting quarterback Travis Lane from Mills Godwin, gravitated toward the Hanover High School locker room for workouts to join the former Hawk teammates. “Other HampdenSydney players will come lift here in the summer,” said Just, pointing out that his team also benefits from their presence. “It’s good for our young guys to see those guys who built this program come back,” he said. Other Hanover County players on the Tiger’s squad are former Atlee Raiders, junior Jonathan Park as well as sophomores Tyler White and John Michael Sparagna. Hampden-Sydney kicks off its season at Averett in Danville, Va. on Sept. 4 at 1 p.m.

Woody. Senior Kamron White is expected to take the other linebacker position. Backing them up will be seniors Conner Hall and Joseph Weggen along with juniors Preston Armstrong Jonathan Baughan. “All of these were guys that were on JV that were just really good,” Johnson said. Senior Michael Bazemore and Stout return to the defensive line. They will be joined by newcomers sophomore Reid Ramey along with juniors Jeremy Epps and Josh Spears. “I think our defensive line will be our strength this year because not only are they big and strong but they’re fast,” Johnson said. The secondary is the one area of concern for the Raiders, not due to talent but inexperience. Junior Austin Sutherland has impressed the coaches at the DB slot. “He’s faster than the DBs we had last year,” Johnson said. “He’s more mobile.

He’s got more athletic ability.” Senior Cody Farrar, who improved strength and speed, returns at strong safety and Price should take the free safety position. Seniors Matt Crotts and Chop Pulisic both logged time in the secondary last year. Junior Taylor Curran will also be in the mix. SPECIAL TEAMS For the first time since the graduation of Matt Pennington, Atlee has a kicker that could prove to be a team leader in points. Junior Joseph “Little” Pulisic has already awed Johnson with his leg and poise. “He’s going to be a good one,” the coach said. “He’s an athlete who kicks. He loves the pressure. He wants the pressure. He says ‘I’m the guy who will take us to where we need to be’. He’s not being conceited but he’s just saying trust me, trust in him.” Not only does Pulisic by accurate on PATs and field goals, he regularly sends kickoffs into the end zone. Williams and Woody will take care of punting duties.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

JACKETS Continued from pg. 38 b

self into a great football player.”: One player who should make Faulkner’s job easier is senior wide receiver Earl Peoples. Last season against Washington & Lee, the two players connected on 20 of 29 passes to set a record for the most single-game receptions in ODAC history. When it comes to running the ball, R-MC returns last year’s leading rusher, junior running back Thaddeus Scruggs, who averaged 92.1 yards per game adn 4.9 yards per carry. Arruza will also be looking at sophomore Drake Sanders who was third on the team in rushing last season. But Arruza also see a freshman battle close behind the pair of returnees. “Our philosophy here is if you’re a freshman and you’re good enough to compete, then

you’re good enough to play,” he said. The coach is especially pleased with what he’s seen from true freshman Tucker Walton out of Lee-Davis. The coach expects Walton to battle with freshman Alonzo Hurt, Cory Sandridge and Will McGhee for the starting slot. On defense, though they lost end Gamal Alwan last year, the line expects to be strong with the return of junior end Joe Pricone and senior tackle Jaryd Grimsley. Sophomore tackle Ian Candelaria was Alwan’s backup last season and coming off an ACL injury, but Arruza believes he has the ability to do a lot of same things as his predecessor. Senior Jeremy Bowry, a first team All-ODAC linebacker last season is also back. In the secondary, junior cornerback Jemhel Williams returns after making the AllODAC second team last season

and he will be joined by sophomore Brandon Harrison who showed moments of brilliance as a freshman. Both starting safeties, sophomore Billy Knarr and senior Scott Shope, out of Hanover, are back but Arruza expects a heated battle for the starting nod this season. But for the head coach it all comes down to chemistry. “Above all, if this football team is not a hungry football team, if this football team doesn’t have great chemistry, I really don’t care how many great football players we have or how many yards our tailback can rush for, or how many passes Earl People’s can catch,” Arruza said. “I think that having great chemistry and having great leadership and having great hunger to succeed, I think that those intangibles will help you to win the ones that you probably shouldn’t win.”

Photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

Left: Atlee head coach Roscoe Johnson is excited about the potential of this year’s Raiders team. Above: The Raiders run through kicking drills as Joseph “Little” Pulisic drills a long field goal. Coach Johnson has already deemed Pulisic the best kicker Atlee has seen since former standout Matt Pennington.

Next week: Hanover, Lee-Davis and Patrick Henry football previews.


BUS SCHEDULES | News, Updates & Listings Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Note: Routes subject to change. For up to date information please visit the Hanover County School System website at http://hanover.k12.va.us/

EASTERN ROUTES Atlee High Chickahominy Middle Run:1 Bus: 246 Start run at the intersection of: Signal Hill Rd and Luck Ave (7:50 am). Right on Strain Ave. Left on Dunfee Lane. Left on Edgeworth Rd. Right on Signal Hill Rd. Left on Elm Dr. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Edgeworth Rd. Right on Signal Hill Rd. Right on Jackson Ave. Right on Atlee Rd. Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Take 295 North to the Hanover Exit (Rt. 301). Proceed on Chamberlayne Rd (Rt. 301). Left on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Run: 2 Bus: 228 Start run at the intersection of: Oak St and Elm Dr (7:47 am). Right on Oak St. Left on Barnette Ave. Left on Hill View Dr. Left on Princess Anne Dr. Right on Hill View Dr. Left on Barnette Ave. Left on Addie Dr. Left on Windsor Dr. Proceed across Atlee Rd. Proceed on Rose Hill (turn around at Rose Hill). Right on Atlee Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle.

Run: 3 Bus: 119 Start run at the intersection of: Windsor Dr and Atlee Rd (7:49 am). Right on Eleanor Dr. Left on Lucille Rd. Left on Lake Terrell Dr. Left on Thelma Lou Rd. Right on Eleanor Dr. Right on Windsor Dr. Left on Strain Ave. Right on Sawyer Lane. Right on Windsor Dr. Right on Moritz Lane. Left on Hillis Way. Left on Atlee Rd (pickup students to Crestline Lane). Left on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pick up). Right on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle (no student pickup). Run: 4 Bus: 295 Start run at the intersection of: Ellerson Dr and Timberlake Green Dr (7:53am). Right on Timberlake Green Dr. Left on Buckard Dr. Right on Elwin Dr. Right on Windsor Dr. Left on Troub Lane. Right on Bink Place. Turn Around on Bink Place. Left on Troub Lane. Left on Windsor Dr. Right Gold Coast Lane. Right on Buckard Dr. Proceed on Elwin Dr. Left on Windsor Dr. Left on Ellerson Dr. Left on Shire Parkway (turn around at Kelshire Trace). Left on Ellerson Dr. Right on Meadowbridge Rd picking up students to Atlee Rd. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 207 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd and Carneal Lane (7:55am). Right on Franklin Lane. Left on Tangle Oaks Dr. Right

on Tangle Pond Lane. Left on Oak Bower Lane. Left on Tangle Ridge Dr. Left on Tangle Oaks Dr. Right on Franklin Lane. Left on Ellerson Farm Dr. Left on Wonderland Lane. Left on Ellerson Station Dr. Right on Mary Mundie Lane. Left on Apricot Lane. Left on Banberry Dr. Left on Ellerson Station Dr. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Run: 6 Bus: 139 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd and Carter Lane (7:58 am). Left on Carter Lane. Right on Landover Dr. Right on S. Mayfield Lane. Right Atlee Rd. Right on Meadowview Lane. Right on Brook Rd. Left on S Mayfield Lane. Right on Holly Lane. Left on North Mayfield Lane. Right on Atlee Rd. Right into Messiah Lutheran, circle and return to Atlee Rd. Right on Atlee (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pickups). Right on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Run: 7 Bus: 140 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd & Mechanicsville Elem Bus Ramp (7:49am). Right on Atlee Rd (pickup Students to Lee Ave). Left on Lee Ave (pickup to Shady Grove Rd). Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Ridgeview Rd. Left on Deborah Dr. Right on Arnoka Rd. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Fullview Ave. Right on Roosevelt Ave. Left on York St. Right on Fullview Ave (to end turn around). Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Meadowbridge Rd. Right onto 295 North to 301 (Hanover Exit). Proceed on

Chameberlayne Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd. Proceed to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run. Run: 8 Bus: 217 Start run at the intersection of: Meadowbridge Rd and Pleasant Grove Rd (7:54am). 8214 Pleasant Grove Rd. Left on Atlee Rd. Right on Summer Walk Parkway. Right on Ellerson Green Place, turn around at Ellerson Green Terr. Left on Summer Walk Parkway. Right on Atlee Rd, pickup students to Burnside Dr. Right on Burnside Dr. Left on Newman Dr. Right on Burnside Dr. Left on Atlee Rd. Right into Rainbow Station, circle and return to Atlee Rd. Right on Atlee Rd pickup students to Marc Gregory Court. Left on Marc Gregory Court, to end turn around. Left on Atlee Rd, pickup students to Quailfield Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 156 Start run at the intersection of: Summer Walk Terr and Summerwalk Parkway (7:49am). Proceed on Summer Walk Parkway. Left on Silkwood Dr. Right on Summerwalk Parkway to Atlee Rd. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy. Note: PM run done the same as AM run. Run: 10 Bus: 182 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd

and Holly Ridge Rd (7:56 am). Left on Holly Ridge Rd (pick up students at intersections to Briarthorn Court). Left on Briarthorn Court (to end turn around). Left on Holly Ridge Rd. Right on Jane Lee Circle. Right on Colmar Dr. Left on Wanda Dr. Left on Compass Dr. Right on Quailfield Rd. Left on Atlee Rd (pickup students to Russet Lane). Left on Russet Lane. Left on Stywalt Lane. Left on Rollins Lane. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pickups). Right on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 162 Start run at the intersection of: Mann Dr and Dell Ray Dr (7:46am). Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Landsdowne Rd. Left on Dell Ray Dr. Right on Mann Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd, pickup students to Studley Rd. Left Studley Rd. Right on Twin Oaks Rd. Left on Oakfield Lane. Left on Fayemount Dr. Right on Studley Rd, pickup students to Rutland Rd. Left on Rutland Rd. Left on Sherton Dr. Right on Fayemount Dr. Right on Rutland Dr. Left on McFaye Ave. Right on Atlee Rd picking up students to Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 118 Start run at the intersection of: Chamberlayne Rd and Hanover CrossingsDr (7:56am). Right on Hanover Crossing Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Quail Creek Dr. Right on Cardinal

Creek Dr. Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Left on Rural Crosse Dr. Right on Winter Spring Dr. Right on Meadowsweet Dr. Left on Atlee Springs Dr pickup students to Woodsage court. Right on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left on Chamberlayne Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 158 Start run at the intersection of: Shady Grove Rd and Academy Dr (7:50 am). Right on Culley Dr (turn around at end). Right on Academy Dr. Left on Verdi Lane. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Antique Lane (turn around at end). Right on Pole Green Rd. Proceed to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run. RTMA after school in afternoon only ( Dickey Dr). Run: 14 Bus: 92 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Burkwood Club Dr (7:55am). Continue west on Studley Rd to Wyattwood Rd. Right on Wyattwood Rd (turn around at end). Right on Studley Rd, pickup students to Shady Grove Rd. Right on Shady Grove Rd Pick up students to Hanover Crossings Dr. Cross over Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Jupiter Dr. Right on Mars Dr. Left on Venus Dr. Left on Neptune Dr. Right on Jupiter Dr. Left on Shannon Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Rutlandshire Dr. Left on Barnfield Lane. Left on Atlee Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Ann Catherine Cross

SCHOOL of DANCE, INC. Registering for Dance Classes Now!

730.1740 www.accsdance.com The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

41


Start run at: 9326 Chamberlayne Rd (7:49 am). Proceed on Chamberlayne Rd picking up students to Huntington Woods Dr. Right on Huntington Woods Dr (Turn Around on Sugar Wood Dr). Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Turn on McKenzie Dr and continue to the cul-de-sac (turn around). Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Crown Colony Parkway. Right on Braxton Way (turn around). Left on Crown Colony Parkway, pickup students to Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd picking students up to Atlee Station Rd. Right on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run. Run: 16 Bus: 26 Start run at: New Ashcake Rd and Chamberlayne Rd (301) (7:51 am). Proceed on Chamberlayne Rd (301) (pickup students to Windmill Watch Dr). Right on Windmill Watch Dr. Right on Laurel Grove Rd. Right on Cedar Lane. Left on Winston Dr. Right on Laurel Grove Rd. Right on Powhickery Dr, turn around at Duling Rd. Left on Laurel Grove Rd. Left on Jupiter Dr. Right on Chamberlayne Rd no student pickups. Right on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Station Rd and Westone Rd (7:56am). Proceed on Westone Rd. Right on Thomas Ave. Right on Craney Island Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Jeans Grove Lane (pickup students at intersections to Odey Dr). Right on Odey Dr. Right on Pelot Place(pickup students at intersections to Atlee Station Rd). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickup). Proceed to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd and Seminole Rd (7:50am). Turn on Seminole Rd and continue to Mattaponi Rd. Left on Mattaponi Rd. Left on Pamunkey Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd. Left on Cool Spring Rd pickup students to Blakeridge Ave. Left on Blakeridge Ave (turn around at Knollwood Court). Right on Brittewood Circle. Right on Blakeridge Ave. Left on Cool Spring Rd pickup students to Hughesland Rd. Right on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Station Rd and Beechwood Dr (7:55 am). Turn Left on Sliding Rock Dr to end turn around. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Grand Hickory Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Tazwell Green Dr and Atlee Station Rd (7:54am). Left on Beechwood Dr. Right on Ashking Dr. Ashking Dr turns into N. Rinker Dr. N. Rinker Dr turns into Rinker Dr. Left on Gerljean Dr. Right on Aragon Dr. Cross over Ashking Dr to proceed on Wilmore Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd (pickup studentsto Beachwood Dr). Proceed on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Run: 19 Bus: 101 Start run at the intersection of: Weststone Rd and Cudlipp Ave (7:56am). Left on Weststone Rd. Right on Tusing Ave. Right on Craney Island Rd. Left on Cudlipp Ave. Right on Hudnall’s Rd. Right on Caleb Dr. Right on Aaroe Dr. Right on Cool Autumn Dr. Left on Ebaugh Lane. Left on Cudlipp Ave (pickup students to Dewitt Dr). Right on DewittDr (pickup students at intersections to Atlee Station Rd). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickup). Left on Warren Ave. Left on Coleman Rd. Left on Howard Dr. Right on Warren Ave. Left on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Old Ivy Trace & Spring Ivy Lane (7:53am). Proceed on Spring Ivy Lane (pickup students at intersections to Kings Charter Dr). Left on Kings Charter Dr. Right on Stephens Manor Dr (turn around in the Stephens Manor cul-desac). Left on Kings Charter Dr (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Atlee High Bus Ramp and Atlee Station Rd (7:49 am). Left on Atlee Station Rd (pickup students to Cool Spring Rd). Proceed on Atlee Station Rd. Right into Cool Spring Baptist Daycare, circle and return to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickup). Right on Cool Spring Dr (pickup students to Combs Dr). Right on Combs Dr. Left on Crestfield Dr. Right on Hughesland Rd. Right on Colvincrest Dr. Right on Coblercrest Dr. Right on Barnecrest. Left on Hughesland Rd. Left on Cool Spring Rd (pickup students to Atlee Station Rd). Right on Atlee Station Rd (pickup students to AHS / CMS). Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Honey Meadows Rd & Cool Hive Place (7:57 am). Proceed on Honey Meadows Rd. Right on Honey Harvest Rd. Left on Orchard Meadow Rd. Left on Honey Meadows Rd. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Deer Stream Dr (To end turn around). Right on Fawn Park Lane (turn around at Alexgarden Court). Right on Deer Stream Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Run: 27 Bus: 315 Start run at the intersection of: PatuxentWay and Totopotomoy Trl (8:01am). Right on WanchesWay. Left on Kings Charter Dr. Continue on Kings Charter Dr (pickup students to Burkes Garden Place). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

Run: 23 Bus: 239 Start run at the intersection of: Kings Charter Dr and Durhams Ferry Place (8:00am). Pickup students to Amelia Manor Court. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Run: 28 Bus: 202

Start run at the intersection of: Castle Tower Rd and Guenevere Place (7:51am). Right on Drawbridge Rd pickup students to Peridot Court. Left on Atlee Ridge Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Start run at the intersection of: Wild Rose Ct & Charter Gate Dr (7:58am). Right on Windsor Shade Dr. Right on Rose Garden Path. Left on Kings Charter Dr. Right on Charter Crossing (pickup students to Atlee Station Rd). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 31 Bus: 100 Start run at the intersection of: Rapidan Way and Totopotomoy Trail (8:01am). Left on Rapidan Way. Right on Monongahela Trail. Right on Patuxent Way. Left on Totopotomoy Trail. Right on Kiptopeake Way. Right on Rappahannock Trail. Right on Rapidan Way. Left on Totopotomoy Trail to Sliding Hill Rd. Left on Sliding Hill Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 32 Bus: 219

Start run at the intersection of: Charter Crossing and Kings Charter Dr (7:55am). Pickup students to Matthews Grove Lane. Right on Spring Ivy (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Run: 24 Bus: 291

Continue on Manorwood Dr (turn around at Spring Garden Court). Right on Charter Gate Dr. Right on Dogwood Garth Lane. Left on Rose Garden Path. Left on Apple Blossom Dr. Right on Dogwood Garth Lane. Left on Charter Gate Dr. Left on Atlee Station Rd (pickup up students to Slidingrock Dr). Continue to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 30 Bus: 222

Run: 26 Bus: 268

Run: 22 Bus: 242

Run: 20 Bus: 297

Run: 17 Bus: 221

Run: 25 Bus: 146

Run: 21 Bus: 30

Run: 18 Bus: 304

Run: 15 Bus: 73

Run: 29 Bus: 296 Start run at the intersection of: Oak Shade Court and Manorwood Dr (7:59am).

Start run at: Manor View Dr & Stone Spring Dr (7:56). Left on Stone Spring Dr (to end turn around). Proceed on Stone Spring Dr. Left on Manor View Dr (to end turn around). Proceed on Manor View Dr. Right on Milestone Dr (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (one student pickup – 9646 Sliding Hill). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee high and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

Run: 33 Bus: 298 Start run at the intersection of: Indian Field and Milestone Dr (7:55am). Left on Indianfield Dr. Left on Crossover Dr (pickup students at intersections to Ridgebrook Dr). Right on Ridgebrook Dr (pickup students at intersections to Indianfield Dr). Right on Indianfield Dr (no student pickups to Milestone Dr). Right on Milestone Dr (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd(no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups) to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 34 Bus: 154 Start run at the intersection of: New Castle Dr and Oak Cottage Dr (7:52am). Continue on Oak Cottage Dr (pickup students at intersections to Linderwood Dr). Left on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 35 Bus: 264 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd and Springton Rd (7:53am). Proceed on Ashcake Rd (Pickup students on Left side of Rd to Cool Water Lane). Left on Cool Water Lane . Left on Summer Grove Rd (pickup students to Winterham Dr). Left on Morella Place. Right on Tarleton Dr (turn around at Althea Bend Court). Left on Little Joselyn Dr pickup students to Linderwood Dr. Right on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

,

RE/MAX COMMONWEALTH Outstanding Agents! Outstanding Results!

804.288.5000

www.HomesinRichmond.com

Use RE/MAX Commonwealth’s Around Richmond Audio Tour (RCARAT). Enabling you to request information about homes directly from your mobile telephone. It’s fast and efficient. Just call 804.377.0777 information available 24/7.

$1 99 ,50 0

Five Offices Serving the Entire Richmond Metropolitan Area

7201 Glen Forest Drive, Suite 104

David Adams 389-5099

LOCATED ON E. WILLIAMSBURG ROAD Great opportunity/location to start your own business. Zoned B-1. Huge lot with parking lot potential or expansion and detached garage. Invest in your business! Call David Riley at 337-1809 www.Rileyshomesearch.com

KINGS CHARTER 9424 WINDSOR SHADE DRIVE Well-maintained 4 bedroom, 2½ bath transitional with formal living room and dining room. This home offers a finished third floor with lots of built-ins. For 24 hour recorded information and pricing call 377-0777.

Gary Pennington 804-304-2057

Larry Lloyd 437-2581

14-ACRE MONTPELIER HORSE PROPERTY W/ 2,300 SQ. FT. HOME AND TWO BARNS!

Ryan Medlin 564-1092

42

Perfectly set-up small horse farm w/updated 2,300 + sq. ft. house w/ four and two-stall coop barns, generate $1,000 + income/mo. Two fenced paddocks and in-ground pool, convenient to Short Pump and Ashland! Offered at $379,950! Call Jonathan for your showing @804-241-9194! “Its a Great Day to buy a Horse Property!”

The Mechanicsville Local

Rustic Country Log Cabin Home situated on 5 acres in Hanover off Peaks Road! Over 2,600 sq. ft. with a 1,400 sq. ft. basement, 2 small ponds, small pasture area, 3 car-carport, 2-car garage, newer roof & windows, priced to sell $309,500

Call David Riley at 804-337-1809 www.Rileyshomesearch.com

Stunning Views of the Mattaponi River! This Transitional Home has 3 Bedrooms, 3 Full & 2 Half baths, 7.3 acres, 3,194 sq. ft., Kitchen with Granite Countertops & Vaulted Ceilings, 2 Fireplaces, 1st Floor Master Suite, 330 ft. River Frontage, Water is 8’ deep (MLW), 55 ft. Dock/Pier, 2 Jet Ski Ramp & Lift, Boathouse/lift. $699,000

Call David Riley at 337-1809 www.Rileyshomesearch.com

September 1, 2010

KING WILLIAM 1,900 sq. ft. Cape style home w/4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, large eat-in kitchen, family room w/gas fireplace, full front country porch, 2-zone heat pump, vinyl siding, private lot and close to Mechanicsville. $184,999. Call Ryan Medlin at 804-564-1092

Wow this one has it all! Immaculate 5-BR, 2½ bath home located on 2.5 acres with your own pond. Great size rooms. And a kitchen to die for. Come roast your marsh mellows at the fire pit by the pond. All of this for only $324,900. Call Gary Pennington @ 304-2057 for your private showing.

RE DU CE D

RIV ER FR ON T

JU ST LIS TE D

Stuart Hubbard 307-7184

Gary Pennington 304-2057

IMMACULATE BRICK RANCH IN ATLEE AREA READY TO MOVE-IN! NOW $179,500 Immaculate 3 bed, 2 full bath brick Ranch features new roof, new vinyl windows and new high-efficiency heat pump. Large living room and formal dining w/refinished hardwoods, family room w/fireplace. Fenced rear yard, paved drive and detached shed. All appliances convey, one-year Home Warranty too! Call Jonathan Orcutt @804-241-9194 for your private showing!

3,142 sq. ft. transitional style home with 4 bedrooms, 2½ baths, very open floor plan, 2-Story foyer, hardwood floors, finished 3rd floor, 2-car garage, 2-tier deck, fenced rear yard and only a short walk to the pool. $319,950. Call Ryan Medlin at 804-564-1092

David Riley 337-1809

Bart Jones 397-5713

MECHANICSVILLE! 2,264 sq. ft. Colonial home with 4 or 5 bedrooms, 3 full baths, hardwood floors, brick fireplace, sunroom, 1st floor in-law suite, heat pump/central air, garage, vinyl siding, new vinyl windows, new roof, huge fenced rear yard and a 1-year warranty. $235,000. Call Ryan Medlin at 804-564-1092

Chip Underwood 314-4719

Jonathan Orcutt 241-9194


Run: 36 Bus: 120 Start run at the intersection of: Doncastle Court & Tarleton Dr (7:57 am). Proceed on Tarleton Dr. Cross over Linderwood Dr. Proceed on Brickerton Dr (pick up students at intersections to Wadelock Place). Left on Wadelock Place (turn around at Balducci Place). Left on Brickerton Dr. Left on Linderwood Dr (pickup student at intersections to Oak Cottage Dr). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Note: PM is run the same as AM run. Run: 37 Bus: 224 Start run at: Sliding Hill Rd & King Braxton Court (7:54am). Proceed on Sliding Hill Rd (pickup students to New Ashcake Rd). Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Right on Linderwood Dr. Proceed on Linderwood Dr. Right on Brickerton Dr. Right on Morning Dew Lane (turn around at end). Right on Brickerton Dr. Left on Pantego Lane (pickup students to Turnout Court). Left on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle). Run: 38 Bus: 49 Start run at the intersection of: Ashcake Rd & Cheroy Rd (Rd 7:43 am). Proceed on Ashcake Rd (pick up students on Right side to Sliding Hill Rd). Right on Sliding Hill Rd (no student pick up). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pick up). Right On Crescent View Dr Pick up Students to Snap Dragon Rd. Turn around at Snap Dragon Rd. Proceed on Crescent View Dr. Right on Stags Leap Dr. Left on Deer Stream Dr ( no student pick up).

Right on Atlee Station Rd. Proceed to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 39 Bus: 179 Start run at the intersection of: Sword Court and Ivy Banks Dr (8:02am). Continue on Ivy Banks Dr to Kings Charter Dr. Right on Kings Chater Dr picking students up to Gathright Valley Court. Continue on Kings Charter Dr Picking students up at Spring Ivy Lane. Left on Spring Ivy Lane (no student pickups). Right on Kings Charter Dr no student pickups to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Run: 40 Bus: 28 Start run at the intersection of: Meadowbridge Rd and Shady Grove Rd (7:52 am). Right on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students to Olde Grove Glen). Right on Darva Glen, turn around at Hartpine Court. Left on Mountain Lily Rd. Right on Shady Grove Rd. Proceed on Shady Grove Rd (Pickup students between Meadowbridge Rd and Wagon Trail Lane). Proceed on Shady Grove Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd. Procced to Atlee High and Chickahominy Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run : 41 Bus: 318 Start run at the intersection of: Windsor Shade & Charter Creek Ct. (Kings Charter Apartments) (7:56 am). Right on Charter Gate Dr (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups). Left on Finlandia Lane. Turns into Falcon Dr. Right on Plymouth Place. Left on Thor Lane. Left on Falcon Dr. Left on Guenevere Place. Right on Atlee Ridge Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd ( no student pickups). Left into Atlee Chickahominy Middle and Atlee High. Note:

PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 42 Bus: 220 Start run at the intersection of: Linderwood Dr & Rouzie Ct (7:57 am). Pick Up Students on Linderwood Dr from Rouzie Ct. to Pantego Lane. Proceed on Linderwood Dr. UTURN after Pantego Stop. Proceed on Linderwood Dr. Left on Oak Cottage Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no Student Pickup). Left on Milestone Dr ( pickup students at Milestone Dr & Manor View Dr). Right on Manor View Dr ( pickup students at Winnepeg Court). Turn around on Manor View Dr. Left on Milestone Dr (no student pickup). Left on Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Sliding Hill Rd ( no student pickup). Left on Atlee Station Rd to Atlee / Chickahominy Bus ramp. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 43 Bus: 225 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd & Coolwater Lane (8:00 am). Left on Coolwater Lane. Right on Summer Grove Rd ( pick up students to Linderwood Dr). Right on Linderwood Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd. Left on Milestone Dr. Right on Indianfield Dr (pick up students to turn around). Turn around on Indianfield Dr ( no Student pick up Atlee / Chickahominy ). Left on Milestone Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd. Left on Sliding Hill Rd. Left on Atlee Station to Atlee / Chickahominy Bus ramp (8:14 am). Note: PM run reversed from AM run

Battlefield Park Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 313 Start run at the intersection of: Old Church Rd and Devils Three Jump Dr (7:03am). Proceed on Old Church Rd (pickup students to Piping Tree Ferry Rd). Right

on Piping Tree Ferry Rd. Right on Pamunkey River Farms Dr. Right on Retreat Dr. Left on Pamunkey Crest Dr. Right on Retreat Dr. Left on Pamunkey River Farms Dr. Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd. Right on Epps Rd (turn around at end). Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd. Right on Old Layfayette Rd (turn around at Morgan Wray Ln). Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd (pickup students to Old Church Rd). Right on Old Church Rd (no student pick). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickup). Left on Walnut Grove Rd to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 254 Start run at the intersection of: Westwood Farms Court & Figuly Rd (7:00am). Right on Hopewell Rd. Left on Westwood Rd. Right on Hidden Lake Estate Dr (turn around at Hidden Lake Circle). Left on Westwood Rd. Left on Flannigan Mill Rd. Right on Babbling Brook Ln (turn around at end). Right on Flannigan Mill Rd (pickup students to Old Church Rd.). Left on Old Church Rd (no student pick up). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pick up). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 111 Start run at the intersection of: Hidden Lake Estates Dr and Westwood Rd (7:00 am). Continue on Westwood Rd (pickup students to Jordan Woods Dr). Left on Jordan Woods Dr (turn around at end). Left on Westwood Rd pick up students to Boundary Run Dr. Left on Boundary Run Dr (turn around at end). Left on Angela Grace Court (turn around at end). Left on Boundary Run Dr to Denise Lynn Court. Left on Denise Lynn Court (turn around at end). Left on Boundary Run Dr. Left on Westwood Rd (pickup students to McClellan Rd). Right on

McClellan Rd (pickup students on Right side to Old Church Rd). Left on Old Church Rd (pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickup). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 85 Start run at intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and Hughes Rd (7:05 am). Right on Hughes Rd (to end turn around). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup students to Beatties Mill Rd). Right on Beatties Mill Rd (pickup students to Peppertown Rd). Left on Peppertown Rd. Right on Pepper Ln (to end turn around). Left on Peppertown Ln. Left on Beatties Mill Rd (pick up students to Sandy Valley Rd). Proceed on Sandy Valley Rd (pickup students on right side to Colts Neck Rd Rd). Right on Colts Neck Rd (pick up students on right side to Walnut Grove Rd). Right on Walnut Grove Rd to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 99 Start run at the intersection of: Sandy Valley Rd & Little Florida Raod (7:10 am) Left on Little Florida Rd (pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pick up). Turn around on Mechanicsville Turnpike at first break in median. Left Little Florida Rd (pickup students to Sandy Valley Rd). Right on Sandy Valley Rd (no student pick up). Right on Colts Neck Rd (no student pickup). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (pick up students to Creighton Parkway). Right on Creighton Parkway. Right on Greystone Creek Rd. Left on Silktree Place. Right on Yellowrose Ln. Right on Bear Grass Ln. Right on Trumpetvine Ln. Left on Greystone Creek Rd. Right on Pond Grass Rd. Right on Old Estates Way. Left on Walnut Grove Rd to

Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 121 Start run at the intersection of: Piping Tree Ferry Rd & Old Church Rd (7:02 am). Proceed on Old Church Rd (pick up students to Christian Ridge Dr). Left on Christian Ridge Dr. Right on Deerhunter Crossing (turn around at Elizabeth Ann Dr). Right on Christian Ridge Dr (turn around at Philbunny Court). Left on Old Church Rd (pickup students to Spring Run Rd). Right on Spring Run Rd ( pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pick up). Left on Walnut Grove Rd to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 276 Start run at the intersection of: Lake Haven Dr and Greenhaven Dr (7:25am). Right on Deep Creek Dr. Right on Pond Place Way (turn around in cul-de-sac). Right on Walking Stick Ln. Right on Pond Grass Rd. Continue on Pond Grass Rd. Left on Old Estate Way (pickup students to Walnut Grove Rd). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 8 Bus: 256 Start run at the intersection of: Greystone Creek Rd & Sugarpine Rd (7:30 am). Proceed on Greystone Creek Rd. Right on Pond Grass Rd. Proceed on Pond Grass Rd. Right on Old Estates Way. Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed on Walnut Grove Rd to Battlefield Elementary School. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Benefitting Children’s Hospital Foundation

> 16 fun-filled days of home-idea heaven. > 6 fully furnished, designer homes. > New products, green tech, stylish living. September 18 – October 3, 12- 9 pm Patriots Landing, New Kent County | (804) 932-9400 NEW HOMES FROM THE MID-$300s $10 Cash Admission Fee (Gates close at 7 pm) Advance Tickets Available at First Community Bank

Rock the House! HOMEARAMA RETURNS!

15 minutes from downtown: I-64 east to Bottoms Bridge (exit 205), bear right off exit ramp, turn left on Rt. 60. Follow signs to Homearama parking.

SPONSORED BY

richmondhomearama.com The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

43


Run: 9 Bus: 299

Aloha

Cold Harbor Elementary

Start run at the intersection of: Walnut Grove Rd & Creighton Parkway (7:25 am). Proceed on Creighton Parkway (pick up students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Pebble Path Parkway (pick up students to Havenview Dr). Right on Havenview Dr (pick up students to Lake Haven Dr). Right on Lake Haven Dr (turn around in Lake Have Dr Culde-sac). Left on Green Haven Dr (no student pickup). Right on Northfall Creek Parkway. Left on Walnut Grove Rd to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

PAMELA F. REGIMBAL, D.D.S., PLLC.

Member of the American Association of Orthodontists • Complimentary Initial Exam

Start run at the intersection of: Greystone Creek Rd and Silktree Place (7:25am). Left on Greystone Creek Rd. Left on Pond Grass Rd. Left on Willow Dance Rd (pickup students to Empresstree Ln, turn around ). Proceed on Willow Dance Rd. Right on Pond Grass Rd (no student pickup). Right on Old Estates Way (no student pickup). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickup). Proceed to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 193

• Accepting Most most Dental Insurance Plans • Convenient Payment Plans

8266 JUPITER DRIVE (1 mile north of I-295) Mechanicsville

746-7720

Run: 10 Bus: 123

www.alohabraces.us

Start run at the intersection of: Fishtail Pond Court and Homehills Rd (7:27am). Proceed on Homehills Rd. Right on Northfall Creek Parkway (to end turn around). Right on Green Haven Dr (pickup students to Deep Creek Dr). Right on Pebble Path Parkway (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup students to Walnut Grove Rd). Right on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed to Battlefield Park Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 303 / pm only Start run at the intersection of: Battlefield Park Elementary at Battlefield Park Bus Loop (2:10pm). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Left into Shiloh Baptist Church (drop off at rear of building, Shiloh Baptist Daycare). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Right on Creighton Parkway (Stop at Minnie Land Day Care). Continue to Lee Davis High / Stonewall Middle. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Lee Davis Rd. PM only.

Run: 1 Bus: 80 Start run at the intersection of: Black Creek Drive and Rose Drive (7:05am). Continue east on Black Creek Drive to Hakala Drive. Right on Hakala Drive. Left on Kendrick Drive ( to end turn around). Right on Hakala Drive. Left on Black Creek Drive. Right on Rose Drive (to end turn around). Right on Black Creek Drive. Right on McClellan Rd. Right on Pa Pa Ln (to end turn around). Proceed on Pa Pa Ln. Right on McClellan Rd. Left on Parsley’s Mill Rd. Left on Crown Hill Rd. Right on Valley Creek Drive (to end turn around). Right on Crown Hill Rd. Left on Tall Cedar Ln (turn around in cul-de-sac). Left on Crown Hill Rd (pick up students to Cold Harbor Rd). Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Boatswain Ln ( to end turn around). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Wyatt House Rd). Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd to Cold Harbor Elementary School. Bus: 80 / pm only. 1st run from – Walnut Grove Baptist Church Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 305 Start run at the intersection of: Fox Hunter Ln and Market Rd (7:08am). Turn on Market Rd and continue to Range Rd. Left on Range Rd (turn around at end). Left on Market Rd. Left on Rockhill Rd. Straight onto Cold Harbor Rd. Continue to Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 226 Start run at the intersection of: McClellan Rd and Peace Rd (7:04 am). Left on Peace Rd (turn around at Longhorn Drive). Left on McClellan Rd (pick up students to Fox Hunter Ln). Right on Fox Hunter Ln (pick up Students to Market Rd). Left on Market Rd (pick up students to Cold Harbor Rd). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (turn around at Eds Landscaping). Bare Left to Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Turkey Hollow Place. Turn Around on Turkey Hollow Place. Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Elder Ridge Ln (turn around at Garthright Court). Right on Cold Harbor Rd pickup students to Rockhill/ Crown Hill Rd intersection. Continuing on Cold Harbor Rd no student pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Mechanicsville Animal Hospital

Right on Cold Harbor Rd no student pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Run: 4 Bus: 175 Start run at : Cold Harbor Rd and Haynes Drive (7:10am). Proceed East on Cold Harbor Rd(pickup students to Gaines Mill Rd ). Right on Gaines Mill Rd. Right on Pohite Drive. Right on Camille Drive. Left on Pohite Drive. Right on Gaulding Rd. Right on Camille Drive. Left on Robin Rd. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Watt House Rd (to end turn around ). Proceed on Watt House Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Old Mill Stone Drive. Right on Old Gaines Mill Ln. Left on Old Reflection Circle (to end turn around ). Right on Old Gaines Mill Ln. Left on Old Mill Stone Drive. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pick up students to Creighton Rd). Left on Creighton Rd. Right on Bonniefield Drive. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Left into Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 229 Start run at the intersection of: Draperfield Rd and Chenault Way (7:23am). Right on Chenault Way. Left on McCauley Ln. Right on Brooking Way. Right on Marie Ln. Right on Selby Ln. Left on Marie Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 126 Start run at the intersection of: Brooking Way and Shannonwood Court (7:19am). Proceed on Brooking Way. Right on White Pine Ln. Right on Drinkard Way (turn around at Drinkard Court). Left on White Pine Ln. Right on Brooking Way. Right on Hanna Drive. Left on Poteet Ln. Left on Adaline Ln. Right on Brooking Way (no student pickups). Right on McCauley Ln. Left on Luther Bosher Ln. Left on Lakevista Drive pickup students to Holstein Ln. Right on Chenault Way (no student pickups). Left on Marie Ln (no student pickups). Right on Cold Harbor Rd no student pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 67 Start run at the intersection of: Brooking Ct and Brooking Way (7:24am). Continue on Brooking Way to Adaline Ln. Right on Hanna Drive. Left on McCauley Ln. Left on Adaline Ln. Left on Harriet Ln. Left on Tammy Ln. Left on Jenkins Rd. Left on Bonniefield Drive.

Run: 8 Bus: 185 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd and Oakley Hill Ln (7:24 am). Continue on Oakley Hill Ln to Syndor Ln. Right on Syndor Ln. Left on Daffodil Rd. Left on Bartlett’s Bluff Rd. Left on Ancient Oak Drive. Left on Syndor Ln. Right on Oakley Hill Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Autumn Ridge Ln (turn around in Autumn Ridge Ln Cul-de-sac). Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pick ups to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 273 Start run at the intersection of: Queens Lace Rd and Queens Lace Court ( 7:26am). Proceed on Queens Lace Rd. Left on Lereve Drive. Cross Cold Harbor Rd to Lighthouse Place. Right on Harbor Drive (turn around in Harbor Drive cul-de-sac). Left on Lighthouse Place(to end turn around). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pick up students to Tuckaway Day Care). Right into Tuckaway Harbor Day Care (return to Cold Harbor Rd). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pick up students to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 10 Bus: 327 Start run at the intersection of: Colts Neck Rd & Walnut Grove Rd (7:17 am). Proceed on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students on the left to Cactus Rd). Left on Creighton Rd. Right on Buffridge Drive. Left on Marimel Ln (turn around at end). Prcoeed on Marimel Ln. Right on Buffridge Drive. Left on Creighton Rd. Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Left on Cactus Rd. Left on Morning Glory Rd. Right on Harver Way. Left on Betron Way (turn around at Betron Court). Left on Morning Glory Rd. Left on Cactus Rd. Left on Dahlia Rd. Right on Cactus Rd. Left on Bonniefield Drive to Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd no student (pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 283 Start run at the intersection of: Gary Ln & Sunnyside Drive (7:26am). Proceed on Sunnyside Drive. Left on Haynes Drive. Right

on Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Creighton Rd. Right on Sledds Lake Rd (pickup students at intersections to Dairy Drive). Left on Diary Drive (pickup students at to Draperfield Rd). Left on Draperfield Rd. Right on Sledds Lake Rd. Right on Creighton Rd. Left into Fairmount Christian Church (turn around)**. Right on Creighton Rd (pickup students to Cold Harbor Rd). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 292 Start run at the intersection of: Old Traveller Ln and Beulah Church Rd (7:10 am). Continue on Beulah Church Rd. Right on Keitts Corner Rd (turn around in Keitts Corner Rd cul-de-sac). Left on Torbert Place (turn around in cul-de-sac). Left on Keitts Corner Rd. Left on Cabell Place (turn around in cul-de-sac). Right on Truex Place (turn around in cul-de-sac). Left on Cabell Place. Left on Keitts Corner Rd. Right on Beulah Church Rd. Left on Sandy Valley Rd. Left on Creighton Rd (no student pickup). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 163 Start run at the intersection of: Parsleys Mill Rd & McClellan Rd (7:05 am). Proceed on McClellan Rd (Pickup students, on left side of Rd, to Crown Hill Rd). Left on Crown Hill Rd. Right on Burnett Field Drive. Left on Sunmark Drive. Right on Armstrong Drive. Left on Sinclair Rd. Right on Beatties Mill Rd (pickup students on right side to Doolittle Drive). Right on Doolittle Drive. Right on Sinclair Rd. Left on Beatties Mill Rd. Left on Sandy Valley Rd (Pickup students, on left side, to Colts Neck Rd). Right on Colt’s Neck Rd (Pickup students, on left side, to Anvil Ln). Left on Anvil Ln (Pickup students to Michael Heather Court). Left on Creighton Rd (pickup students to Cold Harbor Rd). Right on Cold Harbor Rd to Cold Harbor Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 14 Bus: 319 Start run at the intersection of: Kristy Star Ln & Mary Ann Ln (7:25 am). Right on Mary Esther Ln. Left on Eula St. Left on Kristy Star Ln. Right on Mary Esther Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Merle Smith Ln). Right on Merle Smith Ln turn around at Starke Court ( 3 point turn). Right on

Helping OurAnimal Friends

Full-Service Hospital • Preventative Medicine • Routine and Elective Surgery • Radiology Bloodwork • Ultrasound • In-house Laboratory • Dentistry • Grooming • Boarding

NEW PAIN LASER TREATMENT • Post Surgical Pain Relief DR. JEFF KILGORE • Degenerative Joint Disease DR. ELIZABETH BEADLES • Insect Bites/Stings DR. CHRISTINE L. SCHWARTZ • Lacerations/Abrasions DR. GRAMMER PEACE • Hip Dysplasia • Wound Healing These are some of the MON.,WED.,THURS., 7:30 AM-8 PM • TUES., FRI. 7:30 AM-6 PM, SAT. 8 AM-12PM disorders that respond to the • Otitis Conveniently located in the Spring Centre Shopping Center new laser pain management • Cystitis Boarding and • Burns we offer: Grooming And More... • Arthritis Services • Numerous Skin Conditions MECHANICSVILLE ANIMAL HOSPITAL is pleased to be the first to introduce a drug-free, surgery-free alternative to your pet’s pain-the Companion Therapy Laser® System.

HOURS OF OPERATION

Available

559-9800 7138 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, VA 23111

www.MechanicsvilleAnimalHospital.com 44

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Judy Kilgour Real Estate Professional

569-0238 judy.kilgour@longandfoster.com

Ed Vaughan Attorney at Law 9410 Atlee Commerce Blvd. Suite2, Ashland

550-9961


Walnut Grove (no student pickup). Right on Cactus Rd. Left on Bonniefield Drive. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pick up to Cold Harbor Elementary). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 15 Bus : 72 PM ONLY Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Elementary School (2:30pm). Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Left into Tuckaway Day Care.

Cool Spring Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 146 Start run at the intersection of: Rose Garden Path and Pecan Tree Court (7:25am). Proceed on Rose Garden Path. Left on Windsor Shade Dr. Left on Charter Gate Dr. Right on Kings Charter Dr. Right on Charter Creek Dr. Right on Windsor Shade Dr. Right on Charter Gate Dr, no student pickups. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups). Left on Finlandia Lane. Right on Falcon Dr. Right on Plymouth Place. Left on Thor Lane. Left on Falcon Dr. Left on Finlandia Lane. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 202 Start run at Bundle of Joy Daycare (7:30am). Left on Kings Charter Dr to Henderson Hall Rd. Continuing on Kings Charter Dr no student pickups to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 296 Start run at the intersection of: Oak

Shade Court and Manorwood Dr (7:29am). Proceed on Manorwood Dr (turn around at Spring Garden Court). Right on Charter Gate Dr. Right on Dogwood Garth Lane. Left on Rose Garden Path. Left on Apple Blossom Dr. Right on Dogwood Garth Lane. Left on Charter Gate Dr (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd picking up students to Charter Crossing. Continuing on Atlee Station Rd to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 239 Start run at the intersection of: Still Spring Court and Charter Crossing (7:34am). Pickup students to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Sliding Rock Dr, to end turn around. Right on Littlerock Court (turn around at Rockytop Court). Right on Sliding Rock Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 315 Start run at the intersection of: Kings Charter Dr and Seatoncroft Court (7:35am). Left on Wanchese Way (turn around at Belle Farm Terrace). Left on Kings Charter Dr (pickup students to Grace Manor Court). Continuing on Kings Charter Dr to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 242 Start run at the intersection of: Kings Charter Dr and Stephen’s Manor Dr (7:25am). Right on Chestnut Grove Terrace, to end turn around. Right on Stephen’s Manor Dr (turn around at Cedarview Court). Left on King Charter Dr. Continue on Kings Charter Dr

picking up students to Charter Lake Dr. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 268 Start run at the intersection of: Kings Charter Dr and Covington Ridge Court (7:30 am). Proceed on Kings Charter Dr (pickup students at intersections to Spring Ivy Lane). Left on Spring Ivy Lane (pickup students at intersections to Clearstream Terrace). Right on Kings Charter Dr (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 8 Bus: 291 Start run at: Kings Charter Dr & Spring Ivy Lane (7:26 am). Proceed on Kings Charter Dr (pick up students at intersections to Hopkins Branch Way). Turn around at Hopkins Branch Way. Right on Kings Charter Dr (pick up Students at Ivy Banks & Kings Charter). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 293 Start run at the intersection of: Drawbridge Rd and Castle Tower Rd (7:28am). Right on Castle Tower Place, to end turn around. Left on Castle Tower Place. Left on Ivy Banks Dr. Right on Spring Ivy Lane picking up students to Old Ivy Trace. Right on Kings Charter Dr (no student pickups). Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

Run: 10 Bus: 118 Start run at the intersection of: Tazwell Green Dr & Atlee Station Rd (7:29 am). 10120 Atlee Station Rd. Proceed on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Castle Tower Rd. Left on Guenevere Place. Left on Atlee Ridge Rd. Left on Drawbridge Rd to Castle Tower Rd. Right on Castle Tower Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 30 Start run at the intersection of: Grand Hickory Dr and Pine Creek Court (7:25am). Continue north on Grand Hickory Dr to Atlee Station Rd. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Beechwood Dr. Right on Ashking Dr. Ashking Dr turns into N. Rinker Dr. Proceed on N. Rinker Dr. N. Rinker Dr turns into Rinker Dr. Left on Gerljean Dr. Right on Woodglen Dr. Right on Ashking Dr. Left on Wilmore Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Continuing on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 297 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Station Rd and Crescent View Dr (7:29am). Right on Crest View Dr (turn around at Snap Dragon Rd). Right on Stags Leap Dr. Left on Deer Stream Dr. Right on Fawn Park Lane (turn around at Alexgarden Court). Right on Deer Stream Dr pickup students to Summer Oak Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Honey Meadows Rd to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

Run: 13 Bus: 318 Start run at Cool Spring Baptist Daycare (7:15 am). Left on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Weston Rd and continue to Tusing Ave. Right on Tusing Ave. Right on Craney Island Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Warren Ave. Left on Coleman Rd. Left on Howard Dr. Right on Warren Ave. Left on Atlee Station Rd no student pickups to Cool Springs Elementary School. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Toddler University /PM Only. Cool Spring Baptist / AM Only Run: 14 Bus: 224 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Station Rd Chicohominy Middle Sch Entrance (7:21 am). Proceed on Atlee Station Rd (pickup students to Atlee High school entrance). Right on Craney Island Rd (no student pickups). Right on Cudlipp Ave (pickup students at intersections to Ebaugh Lane). Left on Ebaugh Lane (pickup students at intersections to Caleb Dr). Right on Caleb Dr. Left on Aaroe Dr. Left on Ashlar Place (turn around). Right on Aaroe Dr. Right on Cool Autumn Dr. Left on Ebaugh Lane. Left on Cudlipp Ave (pickup students at intersections to Dewitt Dr). Right on Dewitt Dr (pickup students at intersections to Atlee Station Rd). Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups). Right on Honey Meadows Rd to Cool Spring Elementary School. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 15 Bus: 73 Start run at Toddler University (7:27 am). Left on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Jean’s Grove Lane. Right on Odey Dr. Right on Pelot Place to Atlee Station Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd (no student pickups to Cool Spring Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Run: 16 Bus: 304 Start at intersection of: Doe Run Place at Summer Oak Dr (7:25am). Left on Summer Oak Dr. Left on Deer Stream Dr. Right on Atlee Station Rd. Left on Honey Meadows Rd. Proceed into Honey Meadows Townhomes. Right on Honey Harvest Rd. Right on Cool Hive Place. Left on Honey Meadows to Cool Spring Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. RTMA after school in afternoon only (Dickey Dr) Run: 17 Bus: 286 Start run at the intersection of: Cool Spring Elementary School Bus Loop (2:35pm). Turn left on Honey Meadows Rd. Left on Atlee Station Rd. Right on Giles Farm Rd. Right into Cool Spring Baptist Church (circle parking area). PM Only.

Hanover High Oak Knoll Middle Run: 1 Bus: 193 Start run at the intersection of: Walnut Grove Rd and Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:52am). Continue on Walnut Grove Rd to Old Cavalry. Left on Old Cavalry Dr. Right on Old Cavalry Dr to Walnut grove Rd. Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups to Chamberlayne Rd). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 176 Start run at the intersection of: Thicket Run Way and Old Cavalry Dr (7:51am). Left on Stronghold Dr. Left on Skirmish Ln. Right on Retreat Hill Ln. Left on Winding Hill

Kindergarten: An Important Investment Primrose School Lays the Right Foundation for Excellence in Education Research has shown the impact early childhood education can have later in life. Parents choose Primrose not only because of its educational offerings, but also because of the quality of the teachers who instruct and nurture their children. With a proven curriculum, the highest standards and a team of passionate people, there is no limit to what a kindergartner can achieve at a Primrose school. “A strong kindergarten experience is much more than learning colors, shapes, numbers and letters,” said Amanda McDaniel, owner of the Primrose School of Atlee Commons. “It is important parents invest in a program where qualified and professional teachers foster the development of well-rounded children.” At Primrose, teachers track and share each child’s progress with parents throughout the school year through Primrose Schools’ comprehensive Balanced Assessment. A teacher can have a lasting influence on a child’s life. According to the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child, “children who develop warm, positive relationships with their kindergarten teachers are more excited about learning, more positive about coming to school, more self-confident, and achieve more in the classroom.” Primrose partners with parents every day to provide a safe, secure, nurturing environment where children enjoy learning. With low student-to-teacher ratios, children receive the personal attention and guidance necessary to become happy, confident individuals. Private Kindergarten at Primrose also provides an educational option for children with October and November birthdays who miss the Virginia cutoff date for entrance into public kindergarten. To experience the Primrose difference please visit www.PrimroseAtleeCommons.com or call 804-550-3400 to schedule a tour. 9650 Atlee Commons Drive, Ashland, VA 23005

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

45


Lee-Davis Veterinary Hospital 746-5902

Dr. Left on Old Cavalry Dr. Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 261 Start run at the intersection of: Old Cavalry Dr and old Cavalry Court (7:52am). Left on Perryville Dr, turn around at Perryville Terr. Right on Old Cavalry Dr (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle.

r

u gO tin ear! a r Y leb th Ce 113

A 113 Year Tradition of Caring

8014 Lee-Davis Road, Mechanicsville â&#x20AC;˘ 746-8665 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 Pkwy. 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.

Caring Since 1897

Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 276 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike & Walnut Grove Rd (7:51am). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup students to Westhaven Dr). Right on Westhaven Dr (turn around at Holly Branch Dr). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Creighton Parkway ( turn around at end). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Old Calvary Dr. Right on Ironclad Dr and then (turn around at Ironworks Court). Right on Old Cavalry Dr (no student pickups). Left on Gettysburg Ln (turn around at Devilâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Den Ln). Left on Old Cavalry Dr (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 256 Start run at the intersection of: New Bethesda Rd & Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:51 am). Proceed West on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Pole Green Rd (pickup to Woodlawn Farm Dr). Right on Woodlawn Farm Dr (turn around at Talley Pond Rd). Right on Pole Green Rd (Pick up students to Pole Green Park Ln). Continue on Pole Green Rd (no student pick up). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pick up). Right on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pick up). Left on Hanover High / Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 232 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:05 am). Proceed on Studley Rd (pick up students to Blakewood Dr). Right on Blakewood Rd (turn around at Irmo Ln). Right on Studley Rd. Left on New Bethesda Rd (pickup students to Old Volunteer Fire Dept). Turn around at old East Hanover Volunteer Fire Dept. Proceed on New Bethesda Rd. Left on Studley Rd. Right on Linneys Court (turn around at end). Right on Studley Rd (pickup students to Spring Run Rd). Right on Spring Run Rd (pick up students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Turn around in last Drway on Left next to long white fence. Proceed on Spring Run Rd. Right on Studley Rd (pickup students to Studley Site Dr). Left on Studley Site Dr and continue to Revolutionary Place. Left on Revolutionary Place (turn around at end). Right on Studley Site Dr. Left on Studley Rd. Left on Studley Farms Ln (turn around at Studley Farm Ln). Left on Studley Rd (pickup to Summer Hill Rd). Right on Summer Hill Rd (no student pickups). Left on Santa Maria Dr. Left on Williamsville Rd. Right on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 243

Matt Lowery is relatively new compared to Bennett Funeral Home's 113 years of operation. Matt appreciates the long tradition of excellence and quality of service Bennett's has maintained. Bennett Funeral Home, now with 4 locations to serve the Richmond area, is in its second century of operation.

46

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd and Verdi Ln (7:55 am). Continue west on Pole Green Rd. Right on Verdi Ln (no student pickups). Right on Brigadier Dr. Right on Six Pound Ln. Left on Haversack Ln. Right on Gabion Ln (turn around at Lunette Ln). Left on Brigadier Dr. Right on Verdi Ln (no student pickups). Right on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Run: 8 Bus: 108 Start run at the intersection of: Lee Davis Rd & Pole Green Rd (7:54am). Right on Pole Green Rd (pick up students to Sherrington Dr). Left on Sherrington Dr. Right on Greenback Dr. Left on Turnage Ln. Pickup students to Hillstone Court. Left on Angela Nicole Ln (no student pickups). Left on Pimilco Dr (no students pickups). Left on Sherrington Dr, start picking up students. Pickup students to Harbour Mist Ln. Left on Pole Green Rd. Right on Rural Point Rd ( pickup students to Strawbank Dr). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 218 Start run at the intersection of: Pinehill Rd and Pinehill Dr (7:53am). Return to Pole Green Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Fieldshire Dr). Left on Fieldshire Dr. Left on Midnight Dr (no student pickups). Left on Raven Run Dr (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Left on Creighton Parkway (rear entrance to Sherrington). Right on Harbor Mist Ln (pick up students at intersections to Sherrington Dr). Right on Sherrington Dr (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 10 Bus: 258 Start run at the intersection of: Tarragon Dr and Poppy Seed Ln (7:50am). Continue on Tarragon Dr to Bunsworthy Place (turn around at Bunsworthy Place). Left on Lodgepole Dr. Left on Scarecrow Rd. Right on Raven Run Dr to Pole Green Rd. Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 137 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd and Tate Lne (7:50am). Continue west on Pole Green Rd pickup students to Dijon Dr. Left on Dijon Dr. Right on Midnight Dr. Left on Southern Watch Place. Left on Rosemary Dr. Left on Tarragon Dr to Pole Green Rd. Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 308 Start run at the intersection of: Williamsville Rd and Pole Green Rd (7:25 am). Left on Williamsville Rd. Left on Winsmith Dr. Right on Sandy Creek Ln (turn around at end). Left on Winsmith Dr. Left on Williamsville Rd (pickup students to Pine Slash Rd). Left on Pine Slash Rd (turn around at Mahixon Trail). Right on Pine Slash Rd. Left on Williamsville Rd (pickup students to Rainier Dr). Left on Rainier Dr (turn around at Shelley Dr). Left on Williamsville Rd (pickup studentsto Studley Rd). Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 235 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd & Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:52 am).Proceed West on Mechanicsville

Turnpike (pickup students to Walnut Grove Rd). Right on Walnut Grove Rd. Left on Hanover Meadow Dr (Turn around at end). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Pole Green Rd). Left on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Pine Hill Rd). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups to Chamberlayne Rd). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM runs the same as AM run. With exception of Pole Green Rd. Run 14 Bus: 190 Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Town Rd & Scots Landing Rd (7:18). Proceed Scots Landing Rd (to end turn around). Proceed on Scots Landing Rd. Left on Hanover Town Rd. Right on River Rd (turn around at Spawn Run Ln). Proceed River Rd (pickup students to Summer Hill Rd). Left on Summer Hill Rd (pickup students to Summer Plains Dr). Right on Summer Plains Dr. Left on Mantlo Creek Rd. Right on Summer Plains Dr. Right on Summer Hill Rd (pick up students to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd (pickup students to Rural Point Rd). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 15 Bus 282 Start run at the intersection of: Spinghill Rd and Rural Point Rd (7:51am). Turn right on Strawbank Dr, turn around at Birchbark Court. Turn Right on Rural Point Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Lee Davis Rd ( Turn around at Hill Meadows Ct). Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Verdi Ln. Right on Vidette Ln (turn around at end). Left on Brigadier Dr. Right on Dress Blue Dr. Left on Hard Tack Rd. Left on Havelock Ln. Right on Verdi Ln. Left on Academy Dr. Right on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Proceed to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 16 Bus: 288 Start run at the intersection of: Williamsville Rd and River Rd (7:35am). Continue south on Williamsville Rd (pickup students to Gould Hill Rd). Left on Gould Hill Rd (pickup students to Arrowhead Rd). Right on Arrowhead Rd (to end turn around). Right on Gould Hill Rd (pickup students to River Rd). Left on River Rd (pickup students to BRd Neck Rd). Left on Hanover Courthouse Rd (no student pickups) to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 17 Bus: 82 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Pollard Creek Rd (7:53 am). Turn on Pollard Creek Rd pickup students to Fire Ln. Right on Fire Ln (turn around at end). Continue on Fire Ln, pickup students to Georgetown Rd. Right on Georgetown Rd (no student pickups). Right on Rotherham Dr. Turn around on Rotherham Dr. Pick up wheelchair student at 7106 Rotherham Dr. Left on Georgetown Rd. Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 18 Bus: 103 Start run at the intersection of: Count Kristopher Dr and Rural Point Rd (7:51am). Proceed on Rural Point Rd. Right on Springhill Rd ( turn around at end). Left on Rural Point Rd. Right on Pine Slash Rd. Turn

around at Olde Thomas Court. Right on Rural Point Rd. Right on Count Kristopher Dr ( turn around at Count Kristopher Court). Right on Rural Point Rd. Right on Hartford Oaks Dr (turn around at Hartford Oaks Cir). Right on Rural Point Rd (pickup students to Studley Rd). Continue on Rural Point Rd (student pickups from Goeorgtown Rd to Chamberlayne Rd). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 19 Bus: 141 Start run at the intersection of: Greywood Dr and Butternut Ln (7:51am). Right on Greywood Dr. Right on Hobbs Crossing Rd. Left on Sentry Station Rd (turn around at cul-de-sac). Continue on Sentry Station Rd to Studley Rd. Right on Studley Rd. Left on Rural Point Rd, pickup students to Lindsay Meadows Dr. Right on Lindsay Meadows Dr. Left on Lynnhill Court ( turn around at end). Proceed on Lynnhill Court. Right on Lindsay Meadows Dr. Right on Rural Point Rd pickup students from Lindsay Meadows to Georgetown Rd. Right on Chamberlayn Raod to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 20 Bus: 56 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Rural Point Elementary (7:48 am). Continue west on Studley Rd pickup students to Avondale Dr. Left on Avondale Dr. Right on Pembridge Dr. Right on Charlbury Circle. Left on Avondale Dr. Right on Sedgemoor Circle. Right on Grantham Dr. Left on Derwent Dr. Left on Brampton Dr. Left on Aldwych Dr. Right on Grantham. Left on Sedgemoor Circle. Right on Avondale Dr to Studley Rd. Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 21 Bus: 97 Start run at the intersection of: Point Place and Shelton Pointe Dr (7:51am). Continue on Shelton Pointe Dr to the cul-desac (turn around). Left on Studley Rd. Left on Colesbury Dr. Right on Wrenwood Dr. Left on Chartwell Dr. Left on Robin Ridge Dr. Right on Strawhorne Dr. Right on Fenway Dr to Studley Rd. Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 22 Bus: 89 Start run at the intersection of: Rural Point Dr and Blacksmith Dr (7:56 am). Left on Blacksmith Dr at second intersection. Right on Matedequin Trail. Right on Swannanoa Trail. Left on Elder Trail. Right on Possum Trail. Right on Swannanoa Trail. Right on Matadequin Trail. Left on Beaverdam. Right on Studley Rd. Right on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 23 Bus: 227 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Rural Point Dr (7:50am). Continue west on Studley Rd to Royal Grant Dr. Left on Royal Grant Dr. Right on Glastonburg Dr. Left on West Wenlock Dr. Continue onto East Wenlock Dr. Right on Penrith Dr. Left on West Wenlock Dr. Right on Studley Rd. Right on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Burkwood Swim Club PM ONLY


Run: 24 Bus: 46 Start run at the intersection of: Chamberlayne Rd & Rural Point Rd (7:53am). Left Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Pine Ridge Rd. Right on Smithport Dr. Left on Clay Farm Way. Right on Toms Dr ( to end turn around). Left on Pine Ridge Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Whippoorwill Rd. Left on Charleston Rd (turn around at Wheeling Rd). Left on Whippoorwill Rd. Left on New Britton Rd. Left on New London Rd. Right on Patrick Henry Boulevard. Left on Landsdown Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM runs the same as AM run. Run: 25 Bus: 151 Start run at the intersection of: Georgetown Rd and Shannondale Rd (7:52am). Turn on Shannondale Rd and continue to Crossdale Ln. Left on Crossdale Ln (turn around at Crossdale Court). Left on Shannondale Rd (turn around at Shannondale Court). Left on Covebrook Ln. Left on Rotherham Dr (turn around in culde-sac). Left on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Windermere). Right on Windermere Dr. Left on Fenholloway Dr. Left on Placida Circle. Right on Korona Dr. Left on Ivanhoe Dr. Right on Georgetown Rd pickup students to Rural Point Rd. Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 26 Bus: 79 Start run at the intersection of: Chamberlayne Rd and Georgetown Rd (7:35am). Continue south on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Foxal Rd). Left on Foxal Rd (turn around at end). Left on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Chestnut Church Rd). Left on Chestnut Church Rd (turn around at Gravel Pit Rd). Left on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Sugar Loaf Dr). Left on Sugar Loaf Dr (turn around at Sunglow Dr). Left on Peanut Ln (turn around at Millpond Ln). Left on Sugar Loaf Dr. Left on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Shannondale Rd). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 27 Bus: 275 Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Courthouse Rd and Normanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Bridge Rd (7:31am). Continue on Normans Bridge Rd to county line (turn around at Ferry Farm). Continue on Normans Bridge Rd to Fire House Rd. Left on Fire House Rd. Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd (turn around at boat landing). Right on Depot Rd. Right on Saint Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Rd. Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Left on River Rd (pickup students to BRd Neck Rd). Left on BRd Neck Rd (to end turn around). Right on River Rd. Left on Hanover Courthouse Rd (pickup students to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 28 Bus: 188 Start run at the intersection of: East Patrick Henry Rd and Liberty Oaks Ln (7:36am). Turn on Liberty Oaks Ln and continue to Depot Rd. Left on Depot Rd. Left on Saint Paulâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Church Rd. Left on East Patrick Henry Rd, pickup students to Goddins Hill Rd. Left on Goddins Hill Rd, pickup to Mount Eagle Rd. Left on Mount Eagle Rd. Right on Eagle Point Ln (turn around at Pheasant Rush Court). Right on Mount Eagle Rd (turn around at Quail Oak Court). Left on Goddins Hill Rd. Left on Mount Hermon Rd (no student pickups). Left on Stumpy Rd

, pickup students to Peaks Rd. Left on Peaks Rd (no student pickups). Right on Stumpy Rd pickup students to Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 29 Bus: 316 Start run at the intersection of: E. Patrick Henry Rd & Woodside Ln (7:29 am). Right on Woodside Ln (pick up students to Jamestown Rd). Left on Jamestown Rd (turn around at Teresa Thomas Medical Rd). Proceed on Jamestown Rd ( pickup students to Woodside Ln). Right on Woodside Ln. Left on East Patrick Henry Rd (pickup students to Wintercrest Dr). Right on Wintercrest Dr (turn around at end). Right on East Patrick Henry Rd (pick up students to Goddins Hill Rd). Right on Goddins Hill Rd (no student pick ups). Left on Mount Herman Rd. (no student pickups). Left on Peaks Rd (no student pickups). Right on Stumpy Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 30 Bus: 24 Start run at the intersection of: Hickory Hill Rd & Mannheim Rd (7:25 am). Left on Mannheim Rd. Right on Hickory Hill Rd. Right on Elletts Crossing Rd. Left on Washington Hwy (Rt 1) (no student pickup). Proceed on N. Washington Hwy. Left on E Patrick Henry Rd(no student pickup). Right on Mount Herman Rd. Proceed on Mount Herman Rd (pickup students to N. Oaks Dr). Left on N. Oaks Dr. Right on Oak Trail. Left on North Oaks Dr. Left on Mount Hermon Rd (pickup students to Peaks Rd). Left on Peaks Rd (no student pickups). Right on Stumpy Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 31 Bus: 286 Start run at the intersection of: Mount Hermon Rd and Cheroy Rd (7:40am). Continue on Cheroy Rd pickup students to Cheroy Woods Ln ( to end turn around). Left on Heath Pond Dr. Left on Ashcake Rd (pickup students to Sliding Hill Rd). Right on Sliding Hill Rd (pickup to Silverstone Dr). Left on Silverstone Dr (turn around at Roseland Court). Left on Sliding Hill Rd (pickup students to Countryside Ln). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 32 Bus: 106 Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Courthouse Rd & Hillcrest Rd (7:56am). Left on HillCrest Rd. Left on Peaks Rd. Right on Cadys Mill Rd. Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Right on Peaks Rd. Left on Stumpy Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd no student pickups to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 33 Bus: 177 Start run at the intersection of: Sliding Hill Rd and New Ashcake Rd (7:55am). Turn north on Sliding Hill Rd ( pickup students to Countryside Ln). Right on Countryside Ln (pickup students to Trumpet Court). Left on Hunters Chase Dr (pickup students to Bugle Ln). Left on Bugle Ln. Left on Countryside Ln (pickup students to Hunters Chase Dr). Left on Hunters Chase Dr to Talley Ho Dr. Right on Tally Ho Dr (no student pickups). Left on

New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 34 Bus: 302 Start run at the intersection of: Fair Hill Court and Great Meadows Dr (7:55am). Continue on Great Meadows Dr to Great Meadows Court (turn around). Continue on Great Meadows Dr (no student pickups to New Ashcake Rd). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

"OARD#ERTIĂ&#x161;ED6ASCULAR3URGEONS

3AY'OODBYE 4O6ARICOSEAND3PIDER 6EINSĂ&#x2DC;

Run: 35 Bus: 191 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd and Springton Rd (7:55am). Proceed on New Ashcake Rd (pickup students to Ashcake Station Place). Right on Ashcake Station Place (turn around at Forest Haze Court). Right on New Askcake Rd. Right on Linderwood Dr. Left on Wychwood Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups to Whippoorwill Rd). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

 /FF

#/3-%4)# 3#,%2/4(%2!09 3%26)#% &/2 30)$%2 6%).3 &IRST TIME USE ONLY /NE PER PERSON #ANNOT BE REDEEMED FOR CASH OR BE COMBINED WITH ANY OTHER OFFER

Run: 36 Bus: 51 Start run at the intersection of: Wychwood Dr and Greenlake Dr (7:54am). Pickup students to New Ashcake Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 37 Bus: 95 Start run at the intersection of: 10387 Walker Rd (7:54am). Proceed on Walker Rd. Right on Lincoln Rd. Left on Truman Rd. Right on Lincoln Rd. Left on Walker Rd. Right on Whippoorwill Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd. Right on Malboro Rd. Left on Cheraw Rd. Right on Anderson Court. Proceed on Anderson Court. Right on Cheraw Rd. Left on Rockingham Rd. Right on Malboro Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd. Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Chamberlayne Rd to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

"EFORE

3TUNNING 2ESULTSĂ&#x2DC; p  MINUTE LASER PROCEDURE p -INIMAL RECOVERY p ,ITTLE TO NO SCARRING #OVERED BY MOST INSURANCE )NCLUDING -EDICAREĂ&#x2DC;

Run: 38 Bus: 311 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd & Seminole Rd (7:55 am). Proceed on New Ashcake Rd (pick up students on Left side of New Ashcake to Georgie Dr). Left on Georgie Dr and continue to Suzanne Dr. Left on Suzanne Dr. Right on Georgie Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd, no student pickup to Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd ( pickup students to Hanover High and Oak Knoll Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

!FTER

Call today for your FREE SCREENING! $150 Value!

Kersey Creek Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 225 Start run at the intersection of: E. Patrick Henry Rd and Mount Hermon Rd (7:05 am). Proceed on Mount Hermon Rd pickup students to Cheroy Rd. Right on Cheroy Rd ( pickup from Cheroy woods Ln to Ashcake Rd). Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on Heath

(804) 417-7378 www.vasurgical.com

3 Locations Mechanicsville Richmond â&#x20AC;˘ Midlothian

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

47


Pond Dr. Right on Cheroy Woods Ln (turn around at cul-de-sac). Right on Cheroy Rd (pickup students to Mount Hermon Rd ). Right Mount Hermon Rd (pickup students to Campbell Creek Rd). Right on Campbell Creek Rd. Right on Landcastle Dr (turn around on Landcastle Dr). Left on Campbell Creek Rd. Right on Mount Hermon (pickup students to Goddins Rd). Left on Stumpy (no student pickups). Left on Peaks Rd (no student pickups). Right on Stumpy Rd (no student pickup). Right on Chamberlayne (No student pick-ups). Right on Whipporwill Rd (No student-pick-ups). Left onto Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 213 Start run at the intersection of: E. Patrick Henry Rd and Goddins Hill Rd (7:02am). Continue South on Goddins Hill Rd (pick up students to Mount Eagle Rd). Left on Mount Eagle Rd. Left on Quail Oak Court (to end turn around). Right on Mount Eagle Rd. Left on Eagle Point Ln (to end turn around). Right on Pheasant Rush Court (to end turn around). Right on Eagle Point Ln. Left on Goddins Hill Rd (pickup students to Mount Hermon Rd). Right on Mount Hermon Rd. Right on North Oaks Dr. Right on Oak Trail. Left on North Oaks Dr. Left on Mount Hermon Rd (pickup students From Fieldcrest Ln to Peaks Rd). Left on Peaks Rd (pickup students to Stumpy Rd). Right on Stumpy Rd (no student pickups). Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd (no student pickups). Right on Whippoorwhill Rd. Left on Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 280 Start run at the intersection of: Jamestown Rd & Nursery Rd (7:00 am). Proceed on Jamestown Rd ( pick up students to Woodside Ln). Right on Woodside Ln. Proceed on E. Patrick Henry Rd pickup student to Wintercrest Dr. Right on Wintercrest Dr (to end turn around). Proceed on Wintercrest Dr. Right on . E. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Turn

Around on Hanover Courthouse Rd at Boat Landing. Proceed on Hanover Courthouse Rd (pick up students to E. Patrick Henry Rd). Right on E. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Depot Rd. Proceed on Depot Rd (pick up students to Hanover Courthouse Rd). Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd (Pickup students on Hanover Courthouse Rd to Whippoorwill Rd ). Right on Whippoorwill Rd. Left into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 191 Start run at the intersection of: Sliding Hill Rd and Ashcake Rd (7:14 am). Proceed on Ashcake Rd (pickup students on Right side to Cheroy Rd). Right on Cheroy Rd (no student pickup). Right on Cheroy Woods Rd (no student pickup). Right on Heath Pond Dr (no student pickup). Left on Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Right on Sliding Hill Rd (pick up students to Silverstone Dr). Left on Silver Stone Dr (turn around at Roseland Court). Left on Sliding Hill Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd. Left on Wychwood Dr. Right on Linderwood Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 302 Start run at the intersection of: Sliding Hill Rd & Country Side Ln (7:20 am). Right on Country Side Ln. Left on Hunters Chase Dr. Left on Bugle Ln. Left on Countryside Ln. Right on Great Meadows Dr (turn around at Great Meadows Court). Continue on Great Meadows Dr to New Ashcake Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd. Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 95 Start run at the intersection of: Chamberlayne Rd & Old Landsdown Rd (7:13am). Right on Old Landsdown Rd. Right

on Fort Meyers Rd ( turn around). Proceed on Fort Meyers. Right on Old Landsdown Rd. Right on Patrick Henry Blvd. Left on New London Rd. Left on New Britton Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd. Right on Malboro Rd. Left on Cheraw Rd. Right on Anderson Court. Proceed on Anderson Court. Left on Cheraw Rd. Right on Malboro Rd. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd. Left on Walker Rd. Right on Lincoln Rd. Left on Truman Rd. Right on Lincoln Rd. Left on Walker Rd. Left on Whippoorwill Rd – (pickup students to Kersey Creek). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 100 Start run at the intersection of: Rapidan Way & Monongahela Trail (7:08 am). Right on Monongahela Trail. Right on Patuxent Way. Left on Susquehanna Trail. Right on Monocan Way. Right on Totopotomoy Trail. Left on Rapidan Way. Left on Rappahannock Trail. Right on Kiptopeake Way. Left on Chotank Trail. Left Wanchese Way. Left on Totopotomoy Trail. Right on Sliding Hill Rd (pick up students to New Ashcake Rd). Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Learning Ln. Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Goddard School – PM Only Run: 8 Bus: 220 Start run at the intersection of: Ridgebrook Dr and Indianfield Dr (7:26am). Continue on Ridgebrook Dr to New Ashcake Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 154 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd and Milestone Dr (7:25am).

Rightt on Milestone Dr. Right on Indianfield Dr ( turn around at Greenline Court). Return to Milestone Dr. Left on Milestone Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Ashcake Station Place (turn around at Forest Haze Court). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run Run: 10 Bus: 219 Start run at the intersection of: Milestone Dr and Manor View Dr (7:27am). Turn right on Manor View Dr and continue to Winnepeg Court (turn around). Right on Milestone Dr (turn around in Milestone Dr cul-de-sac). Right on Indianfield Dr. Left on Crossover Dr to Seward Way. Left on Ridgebrook Dr. Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on to Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 179 Start run at the intersection of: Milestone Dr and Manor View Dr (7:32am). Continue south on Manor View Dr (turn around in Manor View cul-de-sac). Continue on Manor View Dr to Milestone Dr. Right on Milestone Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 51 Start run at the intersection of: Stone Spring Dr & Silverthorne (7:29 am). Right on Stone Spring Dr (turn around at Tuckerman Court). Continue on Stone Spring Dr to Grayhawk Court (turn around). Right on Manor View Dr. Right on Milestone Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd. Right on Wheeling Rd (proceed around loop). Right on Charleston Rd. Right on Whippoorwill Rd. Right on

“Customer focused - Community driven” Let us keep your automobile running. Call us for all your automobile needs.

WE ARE YOUR TIRE CENTER

Let Us Handle Your Tire Needs Alignment - Balance - Replacement - Rotation

We Have A Large Selection Of Tires We accept all major credit cards.

Engine diagnosis, truck and diesel repair, electrical/wiring problems, transmission service and repair. WE ARE OFFERING A SECURE DROP BOX FOR YOUR KEYS, AFTER HOURS

746-8894

8193 WALNUT GROVE RD.

804-559-7984

RIGHT OFF 360 ACROSS FROM BATTLEFIELD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.

Hanover Square South (next to Panera)

48

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM is run the same as AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 120 Start run at the intersection of: Hunters Chase Dr and Bugle Ln (7:30am). Proceed on Hunters Chase Dr (pick up students at intersections to Tally Ho Dr). Left on Tally Ho Dr (to end turn around). Proceed on Tally Ho Dr (pick up students at intersections to Polo Pony Court). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickup). Left on Whippoorwill Rd (no student pickup). Right into Learning Ln to Kersey Creek Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 14 Bus: 106 Start at the intersection of: Hillcrest Rd & Peaks Rd (7:10 am). Proceed on Hillcrest Rd. Left on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Left on Peaks Rd. Right on Cadys Mill Rd. Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Right on Peaks Rd. Left on Stumpy Rd. Right on Chamberlyne Rd. Right on Whippoorwill Rd. Left on Learning Ln. Continue on to Kersey Creek. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Laurel Meadow Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 241 Start run at the intersection of: Plum Grove Dr & Pole Green Rd (7:25 am). Right on Plum Grove Dr. Left on Soft Wind Ln (turn around at Bama Rd). Right on Plum Grove Dr. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Colemanden Dr. Left on Ryegate Place. Right on Thornham Ln. Right on Wetherden Dr (turn around at Hertfordshire Way). Right on Brooks Hallow Parkway to Lee Davis Rd. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 184 Start run at the intersection of: Crump Dr & Vaughan Dr (7:18 am). Left on Vaughan Dr. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Elliott Dr. Left on Crump Dr ( turn around at end). Left on Compass Point Ln. Left on Gardenbrook Way. Right on Sussex Rd. Right on Woodbridge Rd. Left on Ridge Ln(no student pickups). Right on Dunwoody Rd. Left on Woodbridge Rd. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 186 Start run at the intersection of: Old Hickory Dr and Sherwood Crossing Pl (7:18am). Continue on Sherwood Crossing Place to Sherwood Crossing Apts. Circle on Sherwood Crossing Place (return to Old Hickory Dr). Continue on Old Hickory Dr to Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Colony Dr. Left on Woodberry Dr. Right on Hunter Dr (turn around at Hunter Dr cul-de-sac). Left on Woodberry Dr. Left on Colony Dr. Right on Meadow Dr. Right on Wynbrook Ln. Left on Cherry Ln. Left on Kenmore Dr. Right on Meadow Dr. Left on Peachtree Rd. Left on Willow Ave (turn around at Lilac Ln). Continue on Willow Ave to Cherry Ln. Right on Cherry Ln. Left on Wynbrook Ln pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike(no student pickups). Left on Lee Davis Rd to Laurel Meadow Elementary (no student pickups). Note: PM run done the same as AM run.

Run: 4 Bus: 157 Start run at the intersection of: Spicewood Court and Spicewood Dr (7:20am). Continue on Spicewood Dr to Spicewood Place. Left on Spicewood Place (turn around at Sugar Oak Court). Left on Spicewood Dr. Right on Soft Wind Dr. Left on Hanover Grove Ln. Left on Hanover Grove Boulevard (to end turn around). Left on Lone Cedar Dr (to end turn around). Left on Hanover Grove Boulevard. Left on Hanover Grove Ln (to end turn around). Left on Hanover Grove Boulevard. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 78 Start run at the intersection of: Sandy Ln & Woody Ln (7:11am). Proceed on Sandy Ln (turn around). Right on Bell Creek Rd. Proceed on Bell Creek Rd ( Pick up Students to Meadow Gate Rd). Right on Meadow Gate Rd. Right on Caraway Ln. Left on Fairview Dr. Right on Fondale Rd. Left on Mayetta Dr. Left on Mintawood Ln. Left on Bellspring Dr. Right on Greenview Rd. Left on Pegway Ln. Left on Caraway Ln. Right on Meadow Gate Rd. Left on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Chime Court (turn around at end) Left on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Loralea Dr. Right on Rampart Circle – to end turn around Left on Loralea Dr. Left on Bell Creek Rd ( pick up students to Alpen Ln). Left on Alpen Ln. Left on Lynmar Ln. Left on Bell Creek Rd. Right on AMF Dr. Right on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Hanover Grove Blvd). Right on Lee Davis Rd to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 112 Start run at the intersection of: Woodbridge Rd & Lakeway Dr (7:25 am). Left on Lakeway Dr. Right on Tiffany Ln (to end turn around). Left on Foxrock Ln. Left on Woodbridge Rd. Right on Lakeway Dr. Right on Tiffany Ln (to end turn around). Left on Lantana Ln. Left on J. David Ln. Left on Pimlico Dr. Left on Angela Nicole Ln. Right on Whiskey Hill Ln (no student pickup). Right on Christopher Paul Dr (no student pickup). Left on Meredith Farms Dr (no student pickup). Left on Halycon Ln (no student pickup). Proceed to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 287 Start run at the intersection of: Lee Davis Rd at Discovery DayCare (7:30am). Right on Lee Davis Rd. Right on Cypress Tree Ln. Left on Kiwi Ln. Right on Gittings Court. Left on Solitude Ln. Left on Evergreen Ln. Left on Snowshed Ln. Left on Kiwi Ln. Right on Scooter Ln. Right on Goodfellow Ln. Left on Snowshed Ln. Right on Cypresstree Ln. Right on Lee Davis Rd. Right on Wesbeam Dr. Left on Horsham Dr to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 8 Bus: 68 Start run at the intersection of: Liberty Circle & Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:25am). Proceed on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Adams Farm Ln (to end turn around). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickup). Right on Lexington Dr (to end turn around). Right on Creighton Parkway (no student pickup). Right on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Lee Davis Rd ). Right on Lee Davis Rd. Right on Dove Way. Proceed on Mallard Way. Left on Thrasher Way. Right on Brandy Creek Dr. Left on Cardinal Way. Right on Lee Davis Rd. Right on Lark Way.


Left on Wren Way. Right on Robin Way. Right on Brandy Creek Dr. Left on Lark Way. Left on Pine Dr. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right Lee Davis Rd. Proceed to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 108 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd & Lee Davis ( 7:29 am). Proceed on Lee Davis Rd. Left on Laurel Meadow Dr. Left on Hawks Hill Ln. Left on Christopher Paul Dr (turn around at end). Right on Pimlico Dr. Right on Shane Edmonds Ln (to end turn around). Left on Pimlico Dr (no student pickups). Right on Christopher Paul Dr (no student pickups). Right on Meredith Farms. Left on Laurel Meadows Dr. Proceed to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 10 Bus: 269 Start run at the intersection of: Peach Orchard and Walnut Grove Dr (7:10 am). Turn on Walnut Grove Dr and continue to Peach Orchard Ln. Left on Peach Orchard Ln. Right on Arrow Stone Rd. Left on Whipper Ln. Left on Peach Orchard Ln. Left on Walnut Grove Dr. Left on Cornfield Court. Right on Cornfield Ln. Left on Walnut Grove Dr. Left on Sunnyhill Dr (turn around at cul-de-sac and cross over Walnut Grove Dr). Right on Harvest Ln. Right on Cornfield Ln. Right on Walnut Grove Dr. Right on Harvest Ln. Left on Thrush Way. Right on Lee Davis Rd. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right into the Walnut Grove Baptist Church. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Walgrove Court (turn around in cul-de-sac). Right on Cold Harbor Rd pickup students right side to Bell Creek Rd. Right on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Lee Davis Rd. Proceed to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 267 Start run at the intersection of: Walnut Grove Rd and Travellers Way (7:15am). Left on Travellers Way (pickup on East side of War Horse Ln& Travellers Way). Proceed on Travellers Way (turn around in Travellers Way Cul-de-sac). Right on Little Sorrel Dr (turn around in Little Sorrel Dr Cul-de-sac). Right on Travellers Way (pickup on west side of War Horse & Travellers Way). Left on Walnut Grove Rd ( no student pickup ). Left on Highlander Place. Left on Little Sorrel Dr. Left on Travellers Way. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickup). Right on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickup). Proceed to Laurel Meadow Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 240 Start run at the intersection of: Brandy Hill Terrace & Brandy Hill Dr ( 7:17 am). Proceed on Brandy Hill Dr. Left on Lee Davis Rd. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Colony Dr. Right on Birch Ln. Right on Croftwood Dr. Right on Sandy Ln. Left on Hunterbrook Dr. Right on Croftwood Dr. Left on Birch Ln. Right on Croftwood Dr. Right on Wynbrook Ln. Left on Meadow Dr. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Old Hickory Dr. Left on Lee Davis Rd. Lefton Foxlair Dr. Left on Foxbernie Dr. Right on Foxlair Dr. Left on Lee Davis Rd (pickup Students to Laurel Meadow Elem). Right in Bus Loop of Laurel Meadows Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 230 PM ONLY Hanover Friends Church Day Care.

Lee Davis High Stonewall Jackson Middle Run 1 Bus: 32 Start run at the intersection of: Old Church Rd & Piping Tree Ferry Rd (7:12 am). Proceed on Old Church Rd (Pickup students to Christian Ridge Dr). Right on Christian Ridge Dr. Right on Deerhunter Crossing (U-turn at Elizabeth Ann Dr). Right on Christian Ridge Dr ( turn around at Philbunny Ct). Proceed on Christian Ridge Dr. Right on Old Church Rd (pickup students to Devils Three Jump Dr). Turn around at Devils Three Jump Dr. Proceed on Old Church Rd. Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd. Right on Pamunky River Farms Dr. Right on Retreat Dr (Continue to end merging into Pamunkey Crest). Continue on Pamunkey Crest Dr. Right on Retreat Dr. Left on Pamunkey River Farms Dr. Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd (pickup students to Sesuit Ln). Right on Old Church Rd (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Lee Park Rd. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Stonewall Jackson and Lee Davis Rd. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 2 Bus: 125 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and Pole Green Rd (7:25am). Continue East on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup students to Spring Run Rd). Right on Spring Run Rd. Left on Old Church Rd. Left on Piping Tree Ferry Rd (1st intersection). Left on Epps Rd (to end turn around). Right on Piping Tree Ferry Rd. Right on Old LaFayette Rd (turn around at Morgan Wray Ln). Right on Piping Tree Ferry Ln. Right on Old Church Rd (pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups to Lee Davis/Stonewall Jackson). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 3 Bus: 244 Start run at: Figuly Rd & Westwood Farms Ln (7:14 am). Proceed on Figuly Rd (pick up students to Hopewell Rd). Right on Hopewell Rd (pickup students to Flannigan Mill Rd). Proceed on Flannigan Mill Rd (pickup students to Babbling Brooke Ln). Right on Babbling Brooke Ln (turn around in the cul-de-sac). Right on Flannigan Mill Rd (pickup students to Old Church Rd). Left on Old Church Rd (no student pickups to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 4 Bus: 29 Start run at the intersection of: Hidden Lake Estates Dr & Hidden Lake Estates Circle (7:05 am). Turn around at Hidden Lake Circle. Right on Westwood Rd (pickup students to Jordan Woods Dr). Left on Jordan Woods Dr (to end turn around). Left on Westwood Rd (Pick up students to Boundary Run Dr). Left on Boundary Run Dr (turn around at end). Left on Denise Lynn Court (turn around at Michael Ann Court). Left on Boundary Run Dr. Left on Westwood Rd (pickup students to McClellan Rd). Right on McClellan Rd (no student pickups). Left on Parsleys Mill Rd (pickup students to Crown Hill Rd). Left on Crown Hill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Straight onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load.

Run: 5 Bus: 229 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike & Adams Farm Rd(7:59am). Right on Adams Farm Rd ( Turn Around at end). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Lexington Dr ( Turn Around at end). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Proceed on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Pebble Path Parkway. Proceed on Pebble Path Parkway ( Pick-up students to Green Haven Dr). Left on Green Haven Dr. Right on Deep Creek Dr. Left on Pond Place Way. Right on Walking Stick Ln. Right on Pond Grass Rd ( Pick-up students to Greystone Creek Rd). Left on Greystone Creek Rd. Right on Creighton Parkway. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Stonewall Jackson MS then on to Lee Davis HS. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 6 Bus: 72 Start run at the intersection of: McClellan Rd and Rockhill Rd (7:19am). Continue on McClellan Rd pickup students to Black Creek Dr. Left on Black Creek Dr (turn around at end). Left on Hakala Dr. Left on Kendrick Dr (turn around at end). Left on Hakala Dr, to end turn around. Left on Black Creek Dr. Left on Rose Dr (turn around at end). Crossover Black Creek Dr to Rose Dr (turn around at end). Right on Black Creek Dr. Left on McClellan Rd (no student pickups). Right on Fox Hunter Rd (no student pickups). Right on Market Rd (pickup students to Range Rd). Left on Range Rd (to end turn around). Left on Market Rd (pickup students to Rockhill Rd). Left on Rockhill Rd (no student pickups). Continue straight onto Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Boatswain Ln). Left on Boatswain Ln (to end turn around). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Watt House Rd). Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Continue onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 7 Bus: 303 Start run at the intersection of: McClellan Rd and Crown Hill Rd (7:29am). Continue south on McClellan Rd (pickup students to PaPa Ln). Left on PaPa Ln (to end turn around). Left on McClellan Rd (pickup students to Rockhill Rd). Right on Rockhill Rd (pickup students to Cold Harbor Rd). Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Continue to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 8 Bus: 277 Start run at the intersection of: Fox Hunter Ln and Market Rd (7:10 am). Left on McClellan Rd (pickup students to Peace Rd). Right on Peace Rd. Right on Quaker Rd. Proceed on Dispatch Rd. Proceed on Fox Hunter Ln. Left on Market Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (turn at Ed’s Landscaping). Continue on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Turkey Hollow). Left on Turkey Hollow (to end turn around). Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Elder Ridge Ln (turn around at Garthright Court). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Flaherty Drive). Right on Flaherty Drive (turn around at end). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup to Ellerson’s Garage). Continuing on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups to Lee Davis Rd ). Continue onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load.

Run: 9 Bus: 322 Start run at the intersection of: Old Church Rd and McClellan Rd (7:27am). Proceed south on McClellan Rd (pickup students to Crown Hill Rd). Right on Crown Hill Rd (pickup students to Fraley Dr). Left on Fraley Dr (to end turn around). Left on Crown Hill Rd (pickup students to Valley Creek Dr). Right on Valley Creek Dr (to end turn around). Right on Crown Hill Rd (pickup students to Tall Cedar Ln). Left on Tall Cedar (to end turn around). Left on Crown Hill Rd (pickup students to Cold Harbor). Right on Cold Harbor Rd ( no student pickup). Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickup). Straight onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 10 Bus: 127 Start run at the intersection of: Little Florida Rd and Sandy Valley Rd (7:25 am). Continue east on Sandy Valley Rd pickup students to Beattie’s Mill Rd. Right on Beattie’s Mill Rd to Crown Hill Rd. Right on Crown Hill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Burnett Field Dr. Left on Armstrong Dr. Left on Sunmark Dr. Left on Burnett Field Dr. Right on Armstrong Dr. Left on Sinclair Rd. Left on Beattiemill Dr (1st intersection). Right on Sinclair Rd. Left on Doolittle Dr. Left on Beattie’s Mill Rd. Right on Beattie’s Mill Rd. Right on Peppertown Rd. Right on Pepper Ln (turn around at end). Left on Peppertown Rd. Right on Beattie’s Mill Rd (pickup students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 11 Bus: 85 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and Hughes Rd (7:51am). Continue east on Mechanicsville Turnpike pickup students to Little Florida Rd. Right on Little Florida Rd pickup students to Sandy Valley Rd. Right on Sandy Valley Rd pickup students to Colt’s Neck Rd. Right on Colt’s Neck Rd (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Creighton Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Stonewall Jackson Middle and Lee Davis High. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 12 Bus: 175 Start run at :Cold Harbor Rd & Creighton Rd (7:55am). Proceed East on Cold Harbor Rd pickup students to Sedan Rd. Right on Sedan Rd. Left on Camille Dr. Left on Pohite Rd. Right on Camille Dr. Right on Madonna Rd (1st intersection). Right on Pohite Dr. Right on Camille Dr. Right on Sedan Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd, pickup students to Lee Davis Rd. Continue onto Lee Davis Rd (pickup students to Brandy Hill Dr). Left on Brandy Hill Dr (turn around in cul-de-sac). Left on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Except Brandy Hill Apts. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 13 Bus: 226 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd & Haynes Dr (7:53am). Left on Haynes Dr. Right on Gary Ln. Left on Sunnyside Dr. Left on Haynes Dr. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on Creighton Rd, pickup students to Buffridge Dr. Left on Buffridge Dr. Left on Marimel Ln (turn

SHRIMP

CRABMEAT

SALADS

CRAB & SHRIMP BALLS

Capt. Greg’s Seafood Now Taking Orders for Your Racing Tailgate Parties! 8132 Mechanicsville Turnpike (Across from the Windmill in Old Mechanicsville) EBT cards accepted

(804) 723-5986 STEAMED CRABS

SCALLOPS

DIPS

CRAB LEGS

FISH

La Nail 360 Spa Pedicure

1900

$

Deluxe Spa Pedicure

2900

$

Expires 9/7/10. With coupon only. Not valid with any other offer.

Bowles Farm Plaza 7500 Jackson Arch Dr. Mechanicsville, Va. 559-9009 (Next to CiCi’s Pizza)

CHEER WILD ALL STARS

FREE Tumbling Classes (Ages 4-18) Starting September 7th (a $15 per class value – FREE – no limit on number of times) Parent must come 1st time to register and sign forms. Offer expires October 1, 2010

6-7 p.m. Monday - Thursday

Mechanicsville Gone Wild 8444 Old Richfood Road Off US 301

804-360-3000

cheerfactory@verizon.net www.cheerfactoryallstars.com The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

49


around at Marimel Ln cul-de-sac). Right on Buffridge Dr. Left on Creighton Rd (pickup students to Walnut Gove Rd). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Creighton Parkway (picking up students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 14 Bus: 319 Start run at the intersection of: Creighton Rd & Sandy Valley Rd (7:50am). Right on Sandy Valley Rd (pickup students to Colts Neck Rd). Left on Colts Neck Rd (Pick up students to Anvil Ln). Left on Anvil Ln (pick up students to Creighton Rd). Right on Creighton Rd ( no student pick up). Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Proceed on Walnut Grove Rd ( Pick up students to Cactus Rd). Right on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickup). Proceed on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 15 Bus: 287 Start run at the intersection of: Green Haven &Lake Haven Dr (7:54 am). Right on Lake Haven Dr (pickup students at intersections to Lake Haven Dr). Turn around on Lake Haven Dr. Left on Havenview Dr (pick up students at intersections to Goodlife Court). Left on Pebble Path Pkwy. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pick up). Right on Lee Davis Rd to Stonewall Jackson Middle and Lee Davis High. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load.

Run: 16 Bus: 99 Start run at the intersection of: Fishtail Pond Court & Homehills Rd (7:50am). Proceed on Homehills Rd (pickup students to Northfall Creek Parkway). Left on Northfall Creek Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 17 Bus: 123 Start run at the intersection of: Greystone Creek Rd and Silktree Place (7:55am). Left on Silktree Place. Right on Yellow Rose. Right on Beargrass Ln. Right on Trumpetvine Ln. Left on Greystone Creek Rd. Left on Pond Grass Rd. Left on Willow Dance Rd (turn around at Empresstree Ln). Right on Pond Grass Rd. Right on Old Estates Way (no student pickups). Right on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Creighton Parkway). Right on Creighton Rd (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike ( pickup students to Woodbridge Rd). Proceed on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups). Right on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 18 Bus: 327 Start run at the intersection of: Creighton Rd and Bonniefield Dr (7:50am). Continue north on Bonniefield Dr cross over Cold Harbor Rd to Cactus Rd. Right on Cactus Rd. Left on Dahlia Rd. Right on Cactus Rd. Right on Morning Glory Rd. Cross over Cactus Rd. Right on Harver Way. Left on Betron Way (turn around at Harver Court). Return to Cactus Rd. Left on Cactus Rd (no student pickups). Left on Bonniefield Dr (no student

pickups). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Continue onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 19 Bus: 267 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd and Lereve Dr (7:55am). Proceed on Lereve Dr. Right on Queens Lace Rd. Left on Cactus Rd. Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Left Merle Smith (to end turn around). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Cold Harbor Rd). Right on Walnut Grove Dr. Left on Peach Orchard Ln. Right on Whipper Ln. Right on Walnut Grove Court. Right on Arrow Stone Rd. Left on Peach Orchard Ln. Left on Walnut Grove Dr. Left on Cornfield Court. Right on Cornfield Ln. Left on Walnut Grove Dr (no student pickups). Left on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Tuckaway Day Care PM Only. Run: 20 Bus: 241 Start run at the intersection of: Eula St & Kristy Star Ln (7:58 am). Right on Eula St. Left Kristy Star Ln. Left on Walnut Grove Rd. Right on Travellers Way. Proceed on Travellers Way (turn around at end). Right on Little Sorrel Dr (turn around at end). Right on Highlander Place. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Bluebird Way. Left on Mallard Way. Right on Brandy Creek Dr. Proceed on Lee Park Dr. Right on Lee Davis Rd. Continue to Stonewall Jackson Middle and Lee Davis High. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load.

Run: 21 Bus: 68 Start run at the intersection of: Walnut Grove Rd and Kristy Star Ln (7:52am). Turn on Kristy Star Ln and continue to Mary Esther Ln. Left on Mary Esther Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pick up students to Walnut Grove Rd). Right on Walnut Grove Rd. Left on Bluebird Way. Right on Thrasher Way. Right on Mallard Way. Cross over Brandy Creek Dr to Dove Way. Right on Jay Way. Right on Thrush Way. Left on Brandy Creek Dr. Right on Lark Way (turn around at Buckley Court). Right on Wren Way. Right on Robin Way. Left on Brandy Creek Dr. Proceed on Lee Park Dr. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Stonewall Jackson Middle and Lee Davis High. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 22 Bus: 292 Start run at the intersection of: Creighton Rd and Powhite Farms Dr (7:54 am). Left on Tammy Ln (no student pickup). Left on Marie Ln. Left on Chenault Way. Left on Sledds Lake Rd. Right on Draperfield Rd. Right on Dairy Dr (pickup students to Nells Trace). Right on Marie Ln (no student pickups). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Continue onto Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 23 Bus: 283 Start run at the intersection of: Tammy Ln and Tammy Court (7:52 am). Continue north on Tammy Ln (pickup students to Wilt Ln). Left on McCauley Ln (no student pickups). Left on Chenault Way. Right on Lake Vista Dr (pickup students to Luther Bosher Ln). Right on Luther Bosher Ln. Right on McCauley Ln (pickup students to Brooking Way). Left on Brooking Way (pickup students

“One generation plants the tree... another sits in its shade.”

to Tammy Ln). Cross over Cold Harbor Rd to Bell Creek Rd. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 24 Bus: 185 Start run at the intersection of: Cedarberry Rd and Sydnor Ln (7:58am). Left on Daffodil Rd. Left on Bartlett’s Bluff Rd. Left on Ancient Oak Dr. Left on Syndor Ln. Right on Oakley Hill Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Right on Autumn Ridge Ln (turn around at end). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups to Lee Davis Rd). Left on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Old Hickory Dr to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 25 Bus: 312 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd and New Hunter Rd (7:58am). Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to East Blvd). Right on East Blvd. Left on Matroka Rd. Left on Catlin Rd. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Dr. Right on Cornfield Ln. Left on Harvest Ln. Left on Sunnyhill Dr (turn around at Lauralee Circle). Left on Walnut Grove Dr. Right on Harvest Ln. Left on Thrush Way. Left on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 26 Bus: 269 Start run at the intersection of: Harbor Hill Dr and Colonel Crump Dr (7:54am). Proceed on Harbor Hill Dr. Right on Sunset

Dr (turn around at Sunset Court). Left on Harbor Hill Dr. Left on Colonel Crump Dr. Left on Ann Cabell Ln. Right on Claybird Ln (turn around at Snaffle Ln). Left on Ann Cabell Ln. Right on Ann Cabell Court. Left on Bruce Academy Ln. Right on Bruce Academy Court. Right on Old Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Harbor Hill Dr to Cold Harbor Rd (Entrance of Mill Trace Apts). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Left on Bell Creek Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 27 Bus: 290 Start run at the intersection of: Catlin Rd and Aquaris Dr (7:55am). Left on Senn Way. Right on Mill Valley. Right on River Holly Dr. Cross over to Aquaris Loop. Right on Catlin Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 28 Bus: 273 Start Run at: Beavedam Creek Apts. (7:58 am). Continue west on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups to Mechanicsville Turnpike ). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Sandy Ln (U-turn and return to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Left on Old Hickory Rd. Continue straight into the Sherwood Crossing Apts (pickup students, turn around). Left on Old Hickory Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load.

Have a great school year To Hanover teachers, school staff and students.

804-746-7370 7080 Brooks Farm Road, Mechanicsville www.heritagegreenal.com 50

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010


Run: 29 Bus: 181 Start run at the intersection of: Stonewall Parkway and Garden Park Ln (8:00 am). (Pickup students at “ The Pines at Cold Harbor”). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Old Hickory Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 30 Bus: 300 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd & Fast Ln (7:58am). Right on Fast Ln (Turn Around at end at Zip Corvette). Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Right on New Hunter Rd. Right on Brook Way. Left on New Hunter Rd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickup). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 31 Bus: 240 Start run at the intersection of: Edgewood Rd & Ridge Way (7:56 am). Proceed on Edgewood Rd. Right on Overlook Dr. Left on Stonewall Parkway. Left on Dominion Park Dr. Left on Edgewood Rd. Left on Jennifer Ln. Right on Stonewall Parkway (no student Pickups). Cross Cold Harbor Rd to Stonewall Dr. Left on Ambrose Dr. Right on Early Dr. Right on General Dr. Left on Ewell Rd and continue onto West Boulevard. Left on Park Dr. Right on East Boulevard. Right on Stuart Dr. Left on Grant Dr. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 32 Bus: 174 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd and AMF Dr (7:54am). Proceed on Pole Green Rd to Bell Creek Rd. Right on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Loralea Dr (turn around at Rampart Circle). Left on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Alpen Ln. Left on Lynmar Ln. Left on Bell Creek Rd. Right on AMF Dr to Pole Green Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Bell Creek Rd). Right on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 33 Bus: 78 Start Run at: Pole Green Rd and Lee Davis Rd (7:56 am). Left on Pole Green Rd. Left on Bell Creek Rd (pickup students to Meadow Gate Dr). Left on Meadow Gate Dr. Right on Caraway Ln. Left Fairview Dr. Right on Fondale Rd. Left on Mayetta Dr. Left on Mintawood Ln. Left on Bell Spring Dr. Left on Caraway Ln. Right on Meadow Gate Rd. Right on Bell Creek Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Hanover Grove Blvd). Right on Lee Davis Rd (pickup students to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Except Lee Davis Rd Stops. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 34 Bus: 157 Drr: Start Route at: Pole Green Rd and Hanover Grove Boulevard (7:51am). Proceed on Hanover Grove Boulevard (turn around at the end). Right on Hanover Grove Ln. Left on Soft Wind Dr. Right on Soft Wind Ln. Right on Plum Grove Dr. Left on Spicewood Dr. Right on Lee Davis Rd to the school. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load.

Run: 35 Bus: 187 Start Run at the intersection of: Lee Davis Rd & Wesbeam Dr (8:00am). Proceed on Wesbeam Dr (turn around at Horsham Dr). Proceed On Wesbeam Dr. Left on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups). Left on Cypresstree Ln. Left on Snowshed Ln. Right on Evergreen Ln. Right on Solitude Ln. Right on Gittings Court. Left on Kiwi Ln. Left on Lee Davis Rd to school. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 36 Bus: 270 Start run at the intersection of: Pimlico Dr and Christopher Paul Dr (8:00am). Continue west on Pimlico Dr. Left on Christopher Paul Dr. Right on Hawks Hill Ln. Right on Shane Edmonds Ln. Left on Pimlico Dr. Right on Laurel Meadows Dr. Left on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups). Right on Foxlair Dr. Left on Foxbernie Dr. Right on Foxlair Dr to Lee Davis Rd. Right on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 37 Bus: 184 Start run at the intersection of: Woodbridge Rd and Wedgewood Rd (7:56am). Continue north on Woodbridge Rd to Foxrock Ln. Right on Foxrock Ln. Right on Lakeway Dr. Right on Tiffany Ln. Right on Lantana Ln. Left on J David Ln pickup students to Brandy Court. Left on Pimlico Dr (no student pickups). Right on Laurel Meadows Dr (no student pickups). Left on Lee Davis Rd no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 38 Bus: 299 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike & Woodbridge Rd (7:55 am). Right on Woodbridge Rd. Right on Dunwoody Rd. Left on Ridge Ln. Right on Woodbridge Rd. Left on Sussex Rd. Left on Gardenbrook Way. Right on Compass Point Ln. Right on Crump Dr. Right on Vaughn Dr. Left on Elliott Dr. Right on Crump Dr. Right on Coberly Court (turn around at end). Left on Crump Dr. Right on Elliott Dr. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 39 Bus: 301 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and Colony Dr (7:50am). Continue south on Colony Dr. Right on Birch Ln. Right on Croftwood Dr. Left on Hunterbrook Dr. Right on Sandy Ln. Right on Croftwood Dr. Left on Birch Ln. Right on Colony Dr. Right on Wynbrook Ln (turn around at Meadow Dr). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Colony Dr. Left on Woodberry Dr. Right on Hunter Dr (turn around at end). Left on Woodberry Dr. Left on Colony Dr (continue around to Meadow Dr). Right on Wynbrook Ln. Left on Cherry Ln. Left on Kenmore Dr. Right on Meadow Dr. Left on Peachtree Rd. Right on Willow Ave. Right on Cherry Ln. Left on Meadow Dr. Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Old Hickory Dr. Continue to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 40 Bus: 54 Start Route at: Elm Dr and Sporting Ln (8:00am). Continue into the Chickahominy

Bluffs Apartments (turn around). Right on Elm Dr to Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 41 Bus: 305 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd and Old Millstone Dr (7:53am). Continue on Old Millstone Dr to Old Gainsmill Ln. Right on Old Gainsmill Ln. Left on Old Reflection Circle (turn around at Old Reflection Circle Cul-de-sac). Right on Old Gainsmill Ln. Left on Old Millstone Dr. Right on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Left on Creighton Rd (no student pickups). Right on Tammy Ln. Right on Marie Ln. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Lynk Ln). Left on Lighthouse Place. Right on Harbor Dr (turn around in the cul-de-sac). Left on Lighthouse Place. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Continue on Lee Davis Rd to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load.

Run: 46 Bus: 163 Start run at the intersection of: Cold Harbor Rd & Beulah Church Rd (7:55 am). Proceed on Beulah Church Rd (Pick up students to Keitts Corner Rd). Right on Keitts Corner Rd. Right on Cabell Place (turn around at end). Right on Keitts Corner Rd. Right on Torbert Place (to end turn around). Left on Keitts Corner Rd. Right on Beulah Church Rd (pick up students to Sandy Valley Rd). Left on Sandy Valley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Colts Neck Rd(no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Creighton Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups). Right on Lee Park Rd (no student pickups). Right on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups). Proceed on Lee Davis Rd to Stonewall Jackson and Lee Davis High. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 47 Bus: 126 Start run at the intersection of: White Pine Court and Brooking Way (7:55 am).

Proceed on Brooking Way (Pickup students at intersections to Shannonwood Court). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Walgrove Court). Left on Walgrove Court (to end turn around). Right on Cold Harbor Rd (pickup students to Bell Creek Rd). Right on Bell Creek Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mechanicsville Tnpk (no student pickups). Left on Old Hickory Dr (no student pickups). Right in to Lee Davis High School. Left on Lee Davis Rd. Left in to Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load

Mechanicsville Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 181 Start run at: Beaverdam Creek Apts. on Cold Harbor Rd (7:25am). Proceed West on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Left on New Hunter Rd (no student pickups). Right on Brook Way (no student pickups). Right on Jennifer Ln (no student pickups). Right on Stonewall Parkway (pickup students at “The Pines at Cold Harbor”/ Park bench). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups).

Continue on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left into Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 301 Start run at the intersection of: Stonewall Parkway & All Aboard Child Care (7:15 am). Proceed on Stonewall Parkway. Right on Elm Dr. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Proceed on Atlee Rd. Right on Lee Ave. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Ridgeview Rd. Left on Deborah Rd. Right on Arnoka Rd (cross over Shady Grove, to end turn around). Right on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students to Davis Ave). Right on Davis Ave. Right on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Continue to Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 228 Start run at the intersection of: Mill Trace Apartments At Ellerson Mill Circle (7:20 am). Proceed on Ellerson Mill Circle. Left on Harbor Hill Dr. Right on Old Cold

Run: 42 Bus: 112 Start Route at: Walnut Grove Rd and Battlefield Park Elementary (7:56 am). Continue west on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup students to Old Estates Way). Right on Old Estates Way. Right on Pond Grass Rd. Left on Walking Stick Ln. Left on Pond Place Way. Right on Deep Creek Dr. Right on Green Haven Dr (pickup students to Lake Willow Way). Right on Northfall Creek Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd to Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickups). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis and Stonewall Jackson. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 43 Bus: 67 Start Route at: McCauley Ln and Hanna Dr (7:50am). Proceed on McCauley Ln. Left on Adaline Ln. Right on Poteet Ln. Right on Hanna Ln. Left on Brooking Way (no student pickups). Crossover Cold Harbor Rd to Bell Creek Rd. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike to Lee Davis and Stonewall Jackson. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load. Run: 44 Bus: 186 Start Route at: Spicewood Dr & Spicewood Court (7:57am). Proceed on Spicewood Dr (pick up students at intersections to Spicewood Place). Right on Plum Grove Dr (no student Pickups). Right on Pole Green Rd (no student Pickups). Right on Colemanden Dr. Left on Ryegate Place. Right on Thornham Ln. Right on Wetherden Dr (turn around at Hertsfordshire Way). Right on Brooks Hollow Dr. Right on Lee Davis Rd (no student pickups). Left on Wesbeam Dr (turn around at Horsham Dr). Left on Lee Davis Rd no student pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle. Note: Note: PM run order is same as AM run. PM: Stonewall Jackson Middle First Load. Run: 45 Bus: 50 Start Route at: Turnage Ln and Weathered Oak Ln (7:52 am). Continue on Turnage Ln to Angela Nicole Dr. Left on Angela Nicole Ln. Right on Whiskey Hill Ln. Right on Christopher Paul Dr. Left on Meredith Farms Dr pickup students to Lee Davis Rd. Left on Lee Davis Rd (no pickups to Lee Davis High and Stonewall Jackson Middle). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. PM: Lee Davis High First Load.

Special Education Advisory Committee Announces 2010-2011 Meeting Calendar The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) of Hanover County Public

Schools will meet at 7:00 p.m. on the following dates during the 2010-2011 school year: September 13, 2010 (6:30 education session) October 4, 2010 December 6, 2010

February 7, 2011 May 2, 2011 June 6, 2011

Meetings will be held at the Hanover County School Board Office located at 200 Berkley Street in Ashland, Virginia. The SEAC advises Hanover County Public Schools of student needs and assists the school division in formulating plans for improving the performance of children with disabilities in the division’s schools and communities. Meetings are open to the public. The SEAC encourages and welcomes public comment from individuals or groups about successful educational experiences and general concerns regarding educational issues for students with disabilities. Written public comment is also welcomed and may be sent to Special Education Advisory Committee, Hanover Co. Public Schools 200 Berkley Street Ashland, Virginia 23005. All public comments received are acknowledged in writing by the SEAC. The members of 2010-2011 Special Education Advisory Committee are: Cynthia Hartung, Chair, Rob Isaacs, Vice-Chair, Nancy Boggs, Stewart Callahan, Lucy Cantrell, Jennifer Godfrey, Eric Hendrixson, Kelly Slicker, Sherri Smith, Sharon Taylor, Connie Deved, Christy Grant, Ashley Gregory, Donna Wenzel, Sheri Balderson, Christy Evanko, Debra Holloway, Jennifer Barnum, Dolly Schaffner, Gregory Haynes, Earl Hunter, Jr., Leigh Finch, Diane Brown, Catherine Gregory, Kelly Jones, Suzy Leonard, Anne Munden, Debra Rabuck, Kate Sandy, Martha Thompson, Jamelle Wilson. For more information about the Special Education Advisory Committee contact the Hanover County Public Schools Parent Resource Center at 365-4596 or Cynthia Hartung, Chairman, at (804) 651-2708. Individuals who are interested in being nominated for appointment to the Special Education Advisory Committee by the School Board may contact Diane Brown, Director of Special Education by May 15, 2011 for an application at (804) 365-4535. Information about SEAC is also available on the Hanover County Public Schools website at http://hcps2.hanover.k12.va.us/instruction/parentresource/SEAC.htm.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

51


It’s BeautyhairTime salon Tammy Farr and Angie Wheeler would like to welcome Shanetta Howard and Ginger Hart to their salon. Shanetta and Ginger are now accepting new clients. 7270 Hanover Green Dr. For appointments call (804) 551-3001 (Shanetta) (804) 332-0975 (Ginger) or (804) 730-4844 (Salon)

Harbor Rd. Left on Bruce Academy Court. Left on Bruce Academy Ln. Right on Ann Cabell Court. Left on Ann Cabell Ln. Proceed on Ann Cabell Ln. Right on Claybird Ln (turn around at Claybird Ln). Left on Snaffle Ln (turn around at Snaffle Court). Left on Claybird Ln. Left on Ann Cabell Ln. Right on Colonel Crump Dr. Right on Harbor Hill Dr. Right on Sunset Dr. Left on Harbor Hill Dr. Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Proceed on Atlee Rd. Then proceed to Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 140 Start run at the intersection of: Lee Ave and Atlee Rd (7:10 am). Proceed on Atlee Rd. Proceed on Cold Harbor Rd. Left on Stonewall Dr. Left on Ambrose Dr. Right on Early Dr. Right on General Dr. Left on Stonewall Dr. Left on Ewell Rd. Right on West Boulevard. Left on General Dr. Right on East Boulevard. Right on Park Dr. Left on Grant Dr. Left on Stuart Dr. Right on East Blvd. Right on Cold Harbor Rd pickup students to Atlee Rd. Proceed on Atlee Rd. Right on York Ave. Right on Full View Ave. Left on Roosevelt Ave. Left on Bruce Boulevard. Right on York Ave. Right on Full View Ave (turn around at end). Proceed on Full View Ave. Right on Atlee Rd. Then proceed to Mechanicsville Elementary.

Start run at intersection: Fast Ln & Water Way 7:17 am. Proceed on Fast Ln. Right on Cold Harbor Rd. Pick up students to Catlin Rd. Right on Catlin Rd. Left on Aquarius Dr. Right on Aquarius Loop. Right on Senn Way. Right on Catlin Rd. Left on Matroka Rd. Right on East Blvd. Left on Cold Harbor Rd (pick up students to New Hunter Rd). Left on Stonewall Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Elm Dr. Proceed on Sporting Ln. Proceed Stand Circle ( turn around). Proceed on Stand Circle. Proceed on Sporting Ln. Proceed on Elm Dr. Right on Stonewall Parkway (no student pickups). Left on Cold Harbor Rd. Left into Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 290 Start run at the intersection of: Aquarius Dr and Catlin Rd (7:20 am). Proceed on Catlin Rd. Right on Mill Valley Rd. Left on Senn Way. Left on River Pine Dr. Left on River Holly Dr. Right on Mill Valley Rd. Left on Catlin Rd (no student pickups). Left on Cold Harbor Rd (no student pickups). Left into Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 28 Start run at the intersection of: Jennifer Ln and Stonewall Parkway (7:20 am). Proceed on Jennifer Ln to Brook Way. Right on Brook Way. Left on New Hunter Rd. Left on Brook Way. Right on Jennifer Ln. Left on Edgewood Rd. Right on Dominion Park Dr. Right on Stonewall Parkway. Left on Cold Harbor Rd to Mechanicsville Elementary.

$135,950 *Àœ“œÌˆœ˜> *ÀˆVi ‡ f£ÎÓ]™xä $141,950

Run: 8 Bus: 182 Start run at the intersection of: Luck

ÕÃ̜“ ՈÌ œ˜ ޜÕÀ >˜`

/…i 6iÀ“œ˜Ì 6iÀ“œ˜Ì /…i

Run: 5 Bus: 300

Ave. and Signal Hill Rd (7:17am). Proceed on Signal Hill Rd (pick up students to Strain Ave). Right on Strain Ave ( pick up students at intersections to Dunfee Ln). Left on Dunfee Ln. Left on Edgeworth Rd (pick up students at intersections to Signal Hill Rd). Right on Signal Hill Rd. Right on Ford Ave. Left on Oak St. Left on Elm Dr (pick up students at intersections to Elm Tree Terrace). Left on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Left on Edgeworth Rd. Right on Carolyn Ln. Left on Public Ln. Left on Grace Ln. Right on Edgeworth Rd. Right on Signal Hill Rd. Right on Jackson Ave. Left on Lee Ave. Left on Atlee Rd (pickup students to Mechanicsville Elementary). Left into Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM is run the same as AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 312 Start run at the intersection of: Barnett Ave and Signal Hill Rd (7:19am). Right on Barnett Ave to Ford Ave. Left on Hill View Dr. Left on Princess Anne Dr. Right on Clark Circle (1st). Right on Princess Anne Dr. Right on Hill View Dr. Left on Barnette Ave. Right on Windsor Dr. Right on Moritz Ln. Right on Rie-Bob Ln. Left on Strain Ave. Left on Sawyer Ln. Left on Sunshine Court (turn around). Right on Sawyer Ln. Right on Windsor Dr. Right on Atlee Rd to Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM is run the same as AM run.

Left on North Mayfield Ln. Right on South Mayfield Ln. Right on Landover Dr. Left on Carter Ln. Left on Atlee Rd pickup students to Mechanicsville Baptist. Left into Mechanicsville Baptist / circle parking lot. Left on Atlee Rd pickup students to Rose Hill Dr. Left on Rose Hill Dr (turn around at Moss Rose Court). Left on Atlee Rd pickup students to Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run Run: 11 Bus: 119 Start run at the intersection of: Shady Grove Rd and Meadowbridge Rd (7:20 am). Continue south on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students to Mountain Lily Ln). Left on Mountain Lily Ln. Right on Darva Glen (turn around at Hartpine Court). Left on Darva Glen. Left on Olde Grove Glen. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Left on Zorbas Ln (turn around at Windflower Court). Left on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Davis Ave (no student pickups). Right on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Left into Mechanicsville Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run Run: 12 Bus: 127 PM Only Mechanicsville Baptist Church.

Run: 10 Bus: 246

Pearson’s Corner Elementary

Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd and Crestline Ln (7:09 am). Continue on Crestline Ln to Landover Dr. Right on Landover Dr. Left on South Mayfield Ln. Right on Holly Ln. Left on North Mayfield Ln. Left on South Mayfield Ln. Left on Brook Dr. Right on Landover Dr. Left on Meadowview Ln. Right on Atlee Rd pickup students to Messiah Lutheran. Right into Messiah Lutheran Day Care. Left on Meadowbridge Rd. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups).

Run: 1 Bus: 222 Start run at the intersection of: Auburn Grove Ct and Linderwood Dr (7:26 am). Right on Oak Cottage Dr. Proceed on Oak Cottage Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd (pickup students to Jasmac Ln). Proceed on Ashcake Rd to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM runs the same as AM run.

" " 9

"7

    ,, 

"7 -/ ,/ -

Ո`i

£]nÓä õ° vÌ° ÓÓ{ õ° vÌ° «œÀV…

William Weimer, CLU®, CHFC®, CFP® Agent CA OEO4037

£‡nää‡ÇÎLJÈ䙙

ÜÜÜ°}œœ`ˆ˜}Vœ˜ÃÌÀÕV̈œ˜°Vœ“ Limited time offer. Builder reserves the right to make changes without notice. See disclaimer on builder’s web page.

52

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010


Run: 2 Bus: 46 Start run at the intersection of: Brickerton Dr at Pantego Ln (7:26 am). Continue east on Pantego Ln (picking up students to Linderwood Dr). Right on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Left on Tarleton Dr (pickup up students to Doncastle Court). Right on Althea Bend Court (turn around in the cul-de-sac). Right on Tarleton Dr (pickup students to Little Joselyn Dr). Right on Little Joselyn Dr (no student pickups). Right on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Right on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Proceed to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM runs the same as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 311 Start run at the intersection of: Avenel Place and Brickerton Dr (7:23 am). Turn right on Brickerton Dr and continue to Morning Dew Ln. Right on Morning Dew Ln (turn around at end). Right on Brickerton Dr. Left on Linderwood Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 227 Start run at the intersection of: Mead Hall Court and Brickerton Dr (7:27am). Left on Waldelock Place (turn around at the end). Left on Brickerton Dr. Left on Shawns Grove Pl. Turn around on Shawns Grove Pl. Left on Bickerton Dr ( no student pickups). Left on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Right on New Ashcake Rd no student pickups to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 298 Start run at the intersection of: Rouzie Court & Linderwood Dr (7:26am). Proceed on Linderwood Dr. Right on Minglewood Ln (to end turn around). Proceed on Minglewood Ln. Crossover Linderwood Dr. Proceed on Little Joselyn Dr. Left on Tarleton Dr. Left on Morella Place. Right on Summer Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Winterham Dr (pickup students at intersections to Linderwood Dr). Right on Linderwood Dr (no student pickups). Right on New Ashcake Rd to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 221 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd and Combs Dr (7:20 am). Right on Combs Dr. Left on Cavlin Court. Left on New Holland Ln. Left on Oakham Dr. Left on Combs Dr. Right on Crestfield Dr. Right on Hughesland Rd. Right on Barnescrest Dr. Left on Kiblecrest Dr. Left on Colvincrest Dr. Left on Hughesland Rd. Right on Cool Spring Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd picking up students to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 177 Start run at the intersection of: Linderwood Dr & Cottleston Circle (7:24am). Right on Cottleston Circle (to end turn around). Right on Linderwood Dr. Right on Summer Grove Rd turn around at end. Right on Cool Water Ln picking up students to New Ashcake Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd no student pickups to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run.

Run 8 Bus: 264 Start run at the intersection of: New Ashcake Rd and Cool Spring Rd (7:18am). Left on Cool Spring Rd (pickup students to Blakeridge Ave). Left on Blakeridge Ave Turn around at end. Right on Brittewood Circle. Right on Blakeridge Ave. Right on Cool Spring Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd. Right on Seminole Rd. Left on Mattaponi Rd. Left on Pamunkey Rd. Right on New Ashcake Rd, picking up students to Georgie Dr. Left on Georgie Dr. Left on Suzanne Dr (1st intersection). Right on Georgie Dr. Right on New Ashcake Rd picking up to Pearson’s Corner Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 26 Start run at EDU Care Daycare / Windmill Watch Way (7:10 am). Proceed on Windmill Watch Way. Right on Laurel Grove Rd. Right on Cedar Ln. Left on Winston Dr. Right on Laurel Grove Rd. Right on Powhickery Dr (turn around at Duling Rd). Left on Laurel Grove Rd. Left on Jupiter Dr. Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Proceed on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Shannon Dr. Right on Jupiter Dr. Left on Neptune Dr. Right on Venus Dr. Left on Mars Dr. Left on North Star Dr. Left on Neptune Dr. Left on Jupiter Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Left on Jupiter Dr. Right on Chamberlayne Rd (pick up students to Rutlandshire Dr). Right on Rutlandshire Dr. Left on Barnfield Ln. Left on Atlee Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pickups). Left on New Ashcake Rd (no student pickups). Right into Pearsons Corner Acc. Note: PM runs the same as AM run.

Pole Green Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 270 Start run at the intersection of: Dress Blue Dr& Brigadier Dr(7:25 am). Left on Dress Blue Drive. Left on Minnie Ball Ave. Right on Brevet Lane. Right on Six Pound Lane. Right on Sutlers Lane. Left on Battalion Drive. Left on Prolonge Lane. Right on Six Pound Lane. Right on Salient Lane. Left on Battalion Drive. Left on Brigadier Drive. Right on Gabion Lane. Right on Haversack Lane. Right on Six Pound Lane. Left on Brigadier Drive. Left on Vidette Lane. Right on Red Sash Drive. Right on Dress Blue Circle. Right on Dress Blue Drive. Left on Brigadier Drive. Left on Verdi Lane. Left on Pole Green Rd. Proceed on Pole Green Rd. Left on Pole Green Park Lane. Proceed to Pole Green Elementary. Run: 2 Bus: 243 Start run at the intersection of: Brigadier Drand Six Pound Lane (7:20am). Right on Six Pound Lane. Left on Haversack Lane. Right on Gabion Lane (turn around at Barbette Ct). Left on Haversack Lane. Right on Six Pound Lane. Left on Brigadier Dr(no student pickups). Left on Verdi Lane (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Proceed to Pole Green Elementary. Run: 3 Bus: 50 Start run at the intersection of: Feildshire Dr& Pole Green Rd (7:20 am). Proceed on Pole Green Rd (pickup students to Lee Davis Rd). Right on Lee Davis Rd (pickup students to Hill Meadows Court). Turn around at McGregor Farm Drive. Proceed on Lee Davis Rd (pickup students to Pole Green Rd). Left on Pole Green Rd. Right on Sherrington Drive. Right on Pimlico Drive. Right on Angela Nicole Lane. Right on Turnage Lane. Right on Greenback Drive. Left on Sherrington Drive. Right on Pole Green Rd. Left on Pole Green Park Lane to Pole Green Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Run: 4 Bus: 261 Start run at the intersection of: Old Calvary Drand Mechanicsville Turnpike (7:28 am). Right on Old Cavalry Drive. Left on Stronghold Drive. Left on Skirmish Lane. Right on Retreat Hill Lane. Left on Winding Hills Drive. Left on Old Cavalry (no student pickups). Right on Perryville Dr(Back into Perryville Trail). Left on Perryville Drive. Right on Old Cavalry (pickup students to Reunion Drive). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickups). Left on Pole Green Rd (no students pickups to Pole Green Elementary). Run: 5 Bus: 258 Start run at the intersection of: Magazine Drand Old Cavalry Dr(7:30 am). Proceed on Old Cavalry Drto Ironclad Drive. Right on Ironclad Dr(turn around at Ironworks Court). Right on Old Cavalry Dr(no student pickups). Left on Gettysburg Lane (turn around at Devil’s Den Lane). Left on Old Cavalry Dr(no student pickups). Left on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickup). Left on Pole Green Rd no student pickups to Pole Green Elementary. Run: 6 Bus: 176 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd and Walnut Grove Rd (7:11am). Continue east on Pole Green Rd to Williamsville Rd. Left on Winsmith Drive. Right on Sandy Creek Lane (turn around at Sandy Creek Cul-de-sac). Left on Winsmith Drive. Right on Williamsville Rd. Left on Pole Green Rd. Left on Woodlawn Dr(turn around at Talley Pond Rd). Left on Pole Green Rd. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike pickup students to Walnut Grove Rd. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (no student pickup). Left on Pole Green Rd (Pick up students to Pole Green Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 137 Start run at the intersection of: Scarecrow Rd and Lodgepole Dr(7:25am). Proceed on Lodgepole Drto Southern Watch Place. Left on Southern Watch Place. Right on Midnight Drive. Right on Dijon Drive. Right on Tarragon Dr(to end turn around, return to Pole Green Rd). Right on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups to Pole Green Elementary). Run: 8 Bus: 218 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd & Cosby Lane (7:13am). Proceed on Pole Green Rd (Pickup students to Raven Run Drive). Left on Raven Run Dr(turn around at end). Proceed on Raven Run Drive. Left on Midnight Drive. Left on Fieldshire Dr(turn around at Fieldshire Court). Proceed on Fieldshire Drive. Left on Banshire Dr(turn around at Banshire Court). Left on Fieldshire Drive. Right on Pole Green Rd. Left on Pine Hill Rd (turn around at Pine Hill Drive). Left on Pole Green Rd to Pole Green Elementary. Run: 9 Bus: 235 Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Rd & Walnut Grove Rd (7:10am). Proceed on Walnut Grove Rd (Pick up Students to Hanover Meadow Drive). Right on Hanover Meadow Dr(turn around at end). Right on Walnut Grove Rd. Right on Old Cavalry Dr(pick up students to Dug Out Terrace). Left on Dug Out Terrace. Continue on Dug Out Terrace to Muzzle Court (turn around at Muzzle Court). Right on Old Cavalry Drive. Right on Walnut Grove Rd (pickup Students to Mechanicsville Turnpike). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup Students to Westhaven Drive). Right

on Westhaven Dr(to end turn around). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pickup students to Liberty Circle). Right on Woodbridge Rd. Left on Wedgewood Rd. Right on J David Lane. Right on Pimlico Drive. Left on Sherrington Drive. Right on Pole Green Rd to Pole Green Elementary. Run: 10 Bus: 54 Start run at the intersection of: Sherrington Drand Gemstone Place (7:30am). Proceed on Sherrington Drive. Right on Harbor Mist Lane. Left on Creighton Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Dijon Drive. Left on Tarragon Drto Pole Green Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd to Pole Green Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 125 PM ONLY. Start run at the intersection of: Pole Green Elementary School (2:30pm). Continue left on Pole Green Rd. Right on Walnut Grove Rd. Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right on Westhaven Dr(turn around at Lake Point Drive). Right on Mechanicsville Turnpike. Right into Hanover Friends Church Day Care.

Rural Point Elementary

to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd ( pickup students between Pollard Creek Rd & Linev Lane). Proceed on Studley Rd to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 56 Start run at the intersection of: Rural Point Rd & Strawbank Dr (7:04am). Proceed on Rural Point Rd (pick up students to Pole Green Rd). Left on Pole Green Rd (no student pickups). Left on Williamsville Rd. Proceed on Williamsville Rd to Pine Slash Rd. Left on Pine Slash Rd (turn around at Mahixon Trail). Left on Williamsville Rd. Left on Rainier Dr (turn around at end). Left on Williamsville Rd. Right on Studley Rd (pickup students to Studley Farms Dr). Right on Studley Farms Lane (turn around at end). Right on Studley Farms Dr (turn around at end). Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups to Rural Point Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 141 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and E. Wenlock Dr (7:15am). Left on

Avondale Dr. Right on Pembridge Dr. Right on Charlbury Circle. Left on Avondale Dr. Right on Sedgemoor Circle. Right on Grantham Dr. Left on Derwent Dr. Proceed on Brampton Dr. Left on Aldwynch Dr. Right on Grantham Dr. Left on Sedgemoor Circle. Right on Avondale Dr. Right on Studley Rd. Right on Sentry Station Rd (turn around at end). Right on Hobbs Crossing Rd. Right on Greywood Dr (turn around at end). Left on Rural Point Rd to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 282 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd and Rural Point Dr (7:12am). Right on Swannanoa Trail. Left on Possum Trail. Left on Elder Trail. Right on Swannanoa Trail. Right on Matedequin Trail. Left on Beaverdam Trail. Left on Studley Rd. Right on Fenway Dr. Left on Chartwell Dr. Right on Robin Ridge. Right on Burkwood Dr. Left on Fenway Dr. Left on Strawhorn Dr. Left on Robin Ridge Dr. Right on Chartwell Dr. Right on Wrenwood Dr. Left on Strawhorn Dr. Left on Colesbury Dr. Right on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Shelton Pointe Dr (turn around at end). Right on Studley

Get Healthy, Get in Shape - Guaranteed Results!

Run: 1 Bus: 307 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and Spring Run Rd (7:01 am). Turn Left on Spring Run Rd. Continue down Spring Run Rd. Right on Ruffin Ridge (to end turn around). Right on Spring Run Rd. Right on Studley Rd. Right on Hanover Town Rd. Left on Scot’s Landing Rd (to end turn around). Left on Hanover Town Rd. Right on River Rd (turn around at Spawn Run Lane). Proceed on River Rd. Left on Summer Hill Rd (pickup students to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd (To Rural Point Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 187 Start run at the intersection of: Mechanicsville Turnpike and New Bethesda Rd (7:15 am). Continue West on Mechanicsville Turnpike (pick up students to Pole Green Rd). Make a u-turn on Mechanicsville Turnpike (no student pickup). Left on New Bethesda Rd (Pick up students to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd. Left on Blakewood Dr (Turn around at Irmo Lane). Right on Studley Rd (pickup students to Studley Site Dr). Left on Studley Site Dr. Left on Revolutionary Place (to end turn around). Right on Studley Site Dr. Left on Studley Rd (pickup to Sir Bradley Court). Left on Sir Bradley Court (to end turn around). Left Studley Rd (pickup students to Lady Elizabeth Lane). Left on Lady Elizabeth Lane (turn around at Laurel Lane). Left on Studley Rd (no student pickup). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 89 Start run at the intersection of: Summer Plains Dr and Gould Hill Rd (7:03 am). Proceed on Summer Plains Dr. Right on Summer Plains Court (to end turn around). Right on Summer Plains Dr. Right on Mantilo Creek Rd. Cross over Summer Plains Dr. Proceed on Mantilo Creek Rd (to end turn around). Proceed on Mantilo Creek Rd. Left on Summer Plains Dr. Right on Summer Hill Rd (no student pickups). Right on Santa Maria Dr. Right on Williamsville Rd. Right on Gould Hill Rd. Left on River Rd. Left on Williamsville Rd (pickup students

559-0284 7610 Left Flank Rd. (Pole Green Rd. & Bell Creek Rd.) Near Food Lion

• No Long Lines Get In & Out Fast • Free Personal Training Session – for Faster Results • Private Workout Facility – No Big Box • For Adults of all Fitness Levels

No Contracts You Pay Month-to-Month www.your247gym.com your247gym@verizon.net

Your24/7 24/7 GymisisOpen Open 24 24 Hours Hours aa Day, Your Gym Day,Everyday. Everyday. Convenient, Clean, Comfortable, Friendly Environment

Help Us Help Children! Did you know that Hanover County Public Schools provides special education and related services to children with disabilities?

Services Available Include: • • • • • • • •

Evaluation and Assessment Transition Services Speech Therapy Parent Education and Information Occupational Therapy Individualized Programming Physical Therapy Vocational Exploration

and Training • Adaptive Physical Education • A continuum of placement options (to least restrictive environments) • Hearing Services • Vision Services • Interagency Referrals • Counseling

If you think your child may need any of these services, you may talk to your child’s school, call the Special Education Department at 365-4500, or call the Parent Resource Center at 365-4596. 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 director of special education is designated as coordinator for nondiscrimination 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 nondiscrimination regarding personnel matters. To contact Hanover County Public Schools by telephone, please call 804-365-4500.

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

53


A State Of The Art Dance Studio

Rd no student pickups to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 8 Bus: 97

The joy of DANCE is TIMELESS, its language ENDLESS, its expression CAPTIVATING.

Start run at the intersection of: Blacksmith Dr and Rural Point Dr (7:25am). Left on Blacksmith Dr (2nd). Circle and return to Rural Point Dr. Left on Studley Rd (pickup students to Royal Grant Dr). Left on Royal Grant Dr. Right on Glastonburg Dr. Left on Witheridge Dr (to end turn around). Left on Glastonburg Dr. Left on West Wenlock Dr. Continue onto East Wenlock Dr. Right on Penrith Dr. Left on West Wenlock Dr (pickup students to Studley Rd). Left on Studley Rd (no pickups to Rural Point Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 92 Start run at the intersection of: Chamberlayne Rd & Mimosa Hill Lane (7:12am). Proceed on Chamberlayne Rd to Pine Ridge Rd. Right on Pine Ridge Rd. Right on Smithport Dr. Right on Clay Farm Dr (turn around at end). Proceed back across Clay Farm Dr & Smithport Dr (turn around at end). Right on Smithport Dr. Left on Pine Ridge Rd. Left on Chamberlayne Rd. Left on Rural Point Rd. Proceed on Rural Point Rd (pickup students to Georgetown Rd). Left on Georgetown Rd. Left on Ivanhoe Dr. Left on Highbury Dr (to end turn around). Left on Ivanhoe Dr. Right on Korona Dr. Left on Fenholloway Dr. Left on Placida Circle. Left on Wanzer Hill Rd. Right on Windermere Dr. Right on Georgetown Rd. Left on Rural Point Rd (pickup students to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 10 Bus: 103

• Programs from Beginner to Advance • Free Wifi • Parent Friendly Waiting Area • Online Registration & Payment Now Offering Dancewear, Shoes and Tights

w w w.thedanceco.org

Start run at the intersection of: Georgetown Rd and Shannondale Rd (7:15am). Left on Crossdale Lane (turn around at Crossdale Lane Cul-de-sac). Left on Shannondale Rd (turn around at Shannondale Court). Left on Covebrook Lane. Left on Rotherham Dr (turn around in Rotherham Dr Cul-de-sac). Left on Georgetown Rd (no student pickups to Fire Lane). Left on Fire Lane (turn around at end). Left on Pollard Creek Rd (pickup students to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd (no student pickups to Rural Point Elementary). Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 11 Bus: 82 Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Courthouse Rd & Georgetown Rd (7:10 am). Right on Georgetown Rd (pickup students to Foxal Rd). Left on Foxal Rd (turn around at end). Left on Georgetown Rd. Left on Chestnut Church Rd (turn around at Antler Lane). Left on Georgetown Rd. Left on Sugarloaf Dr. Right on Peanut Lane (turn around at Millpond Lane). Right on Sugarloaf Dr (turn around at Sunglow Dr). Left on Georgetown Rd pickup student to Windermere Dr. Proceed on Georgetown Rd. Left on Rural Point Rd, no student pickups to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 12 Bus: 170

Call Today! 599.DANC(3262) 8324 Bell Creek Rd., Suite 500

54

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Courthouse Rd and Georgetown Rd (7:00 am). Continue north on Hanover Courthouse Rd picking up students to Fire House Rd. Right on Fire House Rd. Right on Normans Bridge Rd (turn around at first Rd across bridge). Continue on Normans Bridge Rd to

Hanover Courthouse Rd. Right on Hanover Courthouse Rd (turn around at cut lane). Continue on Hanover Courthouse Rd to River Rd. Left on River Rd (turn around at 7041 River Rd). Right on BRd Neck Rd (to end turn around). Right on River Rd. Left on Hanover Courthouse Rd. Left on Lindsay Meadows Dr. Right on Constance Hill Lane. Left on Sonny Meadows Lane (to end turn around). Right on Constance Hill Lane. Right on Lindsay Meadows Dr. Left on Lynnhill Court (turn around at end). Right on Lindsay Meadows Dr. Left on Rural Point Rd no student pickups to Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 13 Bus: 151 Start run at the intersection of: Rural Point Rd & Greywood Dr (7:15 am). Proceed on Rural Point Rd (right side pick up’s to Strawbank Dr). Right on Strawbank Dr. Right on Birchbark Lane (turn around at end). Left on Strawbank Dr. Left on Rural Point Rd (right side pick up’s to Springhill Dr). Left on Spring Hill Rd (to end turn around). Left on Rural Point Rd (right side pick up’s to Pine Slash Rd). Right on Pine Slash Rd (pickup students to Olde Thomas Court, turn around). Proceed on Pine Slash Rd. Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickup). Right on Count Kristopher Dr (to end turn around). Right on Rural Point Rd (no student pickup). Right on Hartford Oaks Dr (to end turn around). Right on Rural Point Rd To Rural Point Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run.

Washington Henry Elementary Run: 1 Bus: 158 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd at Carneal Lane (7:10 am). Continue South on Atlee Rd to Windsor Dr. Right on Windsor Dr. Right on Eleanor Dr. Left on Lucille Rd. Left on Lake Terrell Dr. Left on Thelma Lou Rd. Right on Eleanor Dr. Right on Windsor Dr. Right on Barnette Ave. Left on Addie Dr. Left on Burr Dr. Right on Barnette Ave. Right on Windsor Dr. Left on Troub Lane. Right on Bink Place ( turn around at end of culdesac). Proceed on Bink Place. Left on Troub Lane. Left on Windsor Dr. Right on Gold Coast Lane. Right on Buckard Dr. Proceed on Elwin Dr. Left on Ellerson Dr. Left on Timberlake Green Dr. Left on Buckard Dr. Proceed on Elwin Dr. Left on Ellerson Dr. Right on Meadowbridge Rd. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mann Dr no student pickups to Washington Henry Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 2 Bus: 162 Start run at the intersection of: Atlee Rd and Summer Walk Parkway (7:07 am). Right on Meadowbridge Rd. Left on Ellerson Dr. Right on Shire Parkway. Right on Shire Court (turn around in Shire Court Cul-de-sac). Right on Shire Parkway (turn around in Shire Parkway Cul-de-sac). Right on Kelshire Trace (turn around in Kelshire Trace Cul-desac). Right on Shire Parkway. Left on Ellerson Dr. Right on Meadowbridge Rd. Left on Spring Valley Rd. Right on Burnside Dr. Right on Newman Dr. Left on Hillcrest Lane. Right on Burnside Dr. Left on Atlee Rd. Left on Summerwalk Parkway. Right on Ellerson Green Place (turn around at Ellerson Green Terrace). Left on Summerwalk Parkway. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mann Dr to Washington Henry Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. (Exception Summer Walk first in pm). Directions from park location: Bus is parked at Trinity Christian Church. Right on Atlee Rd.

Run: 3 Bus: 207 Start run at the intersection of: Meadowbridge Rd and Ellerson Station Dr (7:20am). Turn on Ellerson Station Dr and continue to Mary Mundie Lane. Right on Mary Mundie Lane. Left on Apricot Lane. Left on Baneberry Dr. Left on Ellerson Station Dr. Right on Wonderland Lane. Right on Ellerson Farm Dr. Right on Franklin Lane. Left on Tangle Oaks Dr. Right on Tangle Pond Lane. Left on Oak Bower Lane. Right on Tangle Ridge Dr (to end turn around). Left on Tangle Oaks Dr. Right on Franklin Lane. Left on Ellerson Farm Dr. Right on Carneal Lane. Left on Atlee Rd. Right on Mann Dr to Washinton Henry Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 4 Bus: 174 Start run at the intersection of: Shady Grove Rd and Academy Dr (7:16am). Right on Culley Dr (turn around at end). Right on Academy Dr. Left on Verdi Lane. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Bell Creek Rd. Left on Left Flank Rd (turn around at Bell Creek CDC). Right on Bell Creek Rd. Right on Pole Green Rd. Right on Antique Lane (turn around at end). Right on Pole Green Rd. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right into Shady Grove United Methodist Church (turn around in parking lot). Left on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students to Washington Henry Elementary). Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 5 Bus: 295 Start run at the intersection of: Merrilake Court and Silkwood Dr (7:22am). Left on Redberry Lane (turn around in Redberry Lane Cul-de-sac). Left on Silkwood Dr. Left on Summer Walk Parkway. Right on Shady Ridge Lane (turn around at Springset Lane). Right on Summer Walk Parkway (turn around at end). Continue on Summer Walk Parkway. Left on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Right on Mann Dr to Washington Henry Elementary. Note: PM run order is same as AM run. Run: 6 Bus: 156 Start run at the intersection of: Holly Ridge Rd at Rainey Dr (7:05am). Left on Atlee Rd (pickup students to Atlee Library, turn around). Right on Atlee Rd. Right on Rollins Lane. Right on Stywalt Lane. Right on Russet Lane. Right on Atlee Rd. Left on Atlee Springs Dr. Right on Meadowsweet Dr. Left on Winter Spring Dr (turn around at Snowstraw Place). Right on Meadowsweet Dr. Left on Atlee Springs Dr. Cross over Atlee Rd to Quailfield Rd. Left on Compass Dr. Left on Wanda Dr. Right on Kaye Dr. Right on Colmar Dr. Left on Jane Lee Circle. Left on Holly Ridge Rd. Right on Briarthorn Court (turn around in cul-de-sac). Right on Holly Ridge Rd. Right on Atlee Rd. Right on Marc Gregory Court (turn around in cul-de-sac). Left on Atlee Rd. Continue to Washington Henry Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 7 Bus: 101 Start run at the intersection of: Shady Grove Rd & Old Oaklawn Dr (7:15am). Proceed on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students on Shady Grove Rd to Studley Rd). Right on Studley Rd. Left on Wyattwood Rd (turn around at Wyattwood Rd Cul-desac). Right on Studley Rd. Cross over Shady Grove Rd. Continue on Studley Rd. Left on Rural Crosse Dr. Left on Winter Spring Dr. Right on Atlee Lake Court (turn around at end). Right on Rural Crosse Dr. Right on Studley Rd. Left on Twin Oaks Rd. Left on Oakfield Lane. Left on Fayemont Dr. Right on Studley Rd. Left on Rutland Rd. Left on


Fayemount Dr. Left on Sherton Dr. Right on Rutland Rd. Left on Studley Rd. Right on Atlee Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd (pickup on Chamberlayne Rd to Huntington Woods). Right on Huntington Woods Dr (turn around at Huntington Woods & Sugar Wood Dr). Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Quail Creek Dr. Left on Cardinal Creek Dr. Left on Quail Creek Dr. Right on Shady Grove Rd (pickup students to Washington Henry Elementary). Run: 8 Bus: 217 Start run at the intersection of: Studley Rd & Shady Grove Rd (7:22 am). Right on Chamberlayne Rd ( Rt301). Right on Timberlynn Lane Directions from park location: Bus is parked at Drrs Home. Proceed to end of Mckenzie Dr (turn around using graveled Dr left of blue house). Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Crown Colony Parkway. Right on Braxton Way (turnaround on Braxton Way). Right on Crown Colony Parkway – to end turn around. Right on Sir Michael Lane – turn around at La Gorce Place. Right on Crown Colony Parkway. Right on Assembly Way – to end turn around. Right on Crown Colony Parkway. Left on Chamberlayne Rd (no student pickups. Left on Shady Grove Rd picking up students to Washington Henry Elementary. Run: 10 Bus: 139 Start run at Meadowbridge Rd & Atlee Rd (7:20am). Right on Atlee Rd. Right into Rainbow Station Day Care. Right on Atlee Rd (no student pickups). Right on Grove Rd (entrance to the northern parking area). Continue left going around MOB II (Medical Office Building II) to the rear parking area. Follow the parking area access Rd to the back of the rear lot. Left on access Rd to the Bon Secure Day Care Facility. Return to Atlee Rd. Right on Atlee Rd. Right on Lansdowne Rd. Left on Del Ray Dr. Right on Mann Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd (no student pickups). Right on Old Oaklawn Dr (no student pickups). Right on Studley Rd to Advent Church Day Care (circle the parking area). Left on Studley Rd (no student pickups). Right on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Chamberlayne Rd. Right on Hanover Crossing Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd to Washington Henry Elementary. Run: 11 Bus: 49 (PM only) Start run at Washington Henry Elementary (2:30 pm). Right on Mann Dr. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Old Oaklawn Dr. Right on Studley Rd. Right on Burkwood Club Dr. Right on Advent Christian Daycare Dr. Stop at Advent Christian Day Care. Left on Burkwood Club Dr. Left on Studley Rd. Left on Shady Grove Rd. Right on Meadowbridge Rd. Right on Atlee Rd. Stop At Rainbow Station DayCare. Right on Atlee Rd. Right on Grove Rd. Stop at Bon Secour Regional Memorial Day Care.

WESTERN ROUTES Beaverdam Elementary School Run: 1 Bus: 325 Start run at the intersection of: Doswell Rd and Pinefield Lane (7:15 am). Right on Doswell Rd. Proceed to Washington Hwy. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Pleasants Circle (turn around at end). Right on Washington Hwy. Right on Doswell Rd. Left on Bullfield Rd (turn around at end). Right on Washington Hwy. Proceed to Verdon Rd. Left on Verdon Rd (1st p/u on this Rd). Continue west on Verdon Rd to Noel Rd. Right on Noel Rd (turn around at 12450 Noel Rd using Drway on left just past mailbox). Right on Verdon Rd. Right on Hewlett Rd (turn around at county line). Right on Verdon

Rd to Teman Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Teman Rd. Right on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary. Note: Reverse for PM run. Run: 2 Bus: 306 Start run at the intersection of: Beaverdam Rd at Ben Gayle Rd (7:20 am). Continue into Ben Gayle Rd (turn around at end). Right (west) on Beaverdam Rd. Right on Greenbay Rd. Right on Ancient Acres Rd (turn around at Wards Forest Ave). Left on Green Bay Rd to Beaverdam Rd. Left on Beaverdam Rd. Continue on Beaverdam Rd. Right on Trainham Rd (turn around at end). Continue back to Tyler Station Rd. Left on Tyler Station Rd. Left on Teman Rd. Continue on Teman Rd (Pass Union Church Rd turn around at Windy River Farms Lane). Right on Union Church Rd. Right on Anderson Mill Way. Right on Beaver Den Lane (turn around). Continue on Beaver Den Lane Past Anderson Mill intersection. Left on Pug Swamp Lane (turn around). Left on Beaver Den Lane. Beaver Den Lane to Beaverdam Rd. Left on Beaverdam Rd. Left on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary School. Note: Reverse PM run. Run: 3 Bus: 148 Start run at the intersection of: Beaverdam Rd and Tyler Station Rd (7:20 am). Left on Beaver Dam Rd (go to end and turn around at dirt Drway). Continue east on Beaver Dam Rd to Tyler Station Rd. Right on Tyler Station Rd. Continue on Tyler Station Rd. Right on Woodsons Mill Rd. Right on Belsches Rd (turn around at end). Right on Woodsons Mill Rd. Left on Hollowing Creek Rd. Right on Tyler Station Rd. Right on Beaver Dam Rd. Left on Parson’s Rd. Left on Jericho Dr. Left on Parsons Ridge Rd. Right on Circuit Rider Dr (turn around at Buckfast Place). Proceed back down Circuit Rider Dr to Parsons Rd. Left on Parsons Rd. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Goshen Rd to Teman Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Teman Rd to Beaverdam School Rd. Left on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary School. Note: Reverse directions for PM run. Run: 4 Bus: 110 Start run at the intersection of: Old Ridge Rd at Down Country Way (7:20am). Continue west on Old Ridge Rd to Beaverdam Rd. Right on Beaverdam Rd. Left on Rocky Ford Rd. Right on Shiloh Church Rd. Right on Parsons Rd. Right on Allen Harris Rd (turn around at end). Left on Parsons Rd. Right on Shiloh Church Rd to Hollowing Creek Rd to Askew Ln. (turn around). Left on Hollowing Creek Rd. Continue slight left onto Shiloh Church Rd. Right on Parsons Rd to Louisa County line (turn around at 2092 Signboard Rd). Continue back on Parsons Rd to Shiloh Church Rd. Right on Shiloh Church Rd to Moody’s Corner Lane (turn around at end). Left on Landmark Cedar Rd. Right on Grover Cocke Rd (turn around at end). Right on Landmark Cedar Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on New Westridge Rd (turn around at the end) (15 mph while in Subdivision). Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Beaverdam Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Beaverdam School Rd (cross tracks). Continue to Beaverdam Elementary. Note: Check with Transportation Routing for PM run directions. Run: 5 Bus: 76 Start run at the intersection of: Robert Terrell Rd at New Found Hills Lane (7:40 am). Continue north on Robert Terrell Rd to Woodman Hall Rd. Right on Parrish Farm Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Woodman Hall Rd. Right on Old Ridge

Rd. Right on Goshen Rd (turn around at Terry Rd). Right on Old Ridge Rd (come to stop sign). Left on Coatesville Rd. Left on Teman Rd. Right on Teman Rd. Left on Beaverdam School Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary. Note: Reverse run for PM. Run: 6 Bus: 324 Start run at the intersection of: Rockets Mill Rd and Scotchtown Rd (7:20 am). Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Chiswell Lane (turn around at end of Chiswell Lane). Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Coatesville Rd. Right on Overlook Ridge (turn around at the end). Right on Coatesville Rd. Right on Annfield Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Coatesville Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Hewlett Rd to Verdon Rd. Left on Verdon Rd. Right on Landora Bridge Rd ( turn around at Rockcastle Rd). Right on Verdon Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Teman Rd. Right on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary. Note: Reverse directions for PM run. Run: 7 Bus: 314 Start run at the intersection of: Pinefield Lane & Doswell Rd (7:25 am). Continue West on Doswell Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd (westwardly direction). Right on New Market Mill Rd (turn around at Little River Dr). Right on Old Ridge Rd. Right on White Pine Rd (stop at Sweet Gum, turn around at end of White Pine). Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Katy Lane (turn around at the end). Left on Old Ridge Rd to Teman Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Teman Rd (no p/u’s). Left on Beaverdam School Rd to Beaverdam Elementary School. Note: Reverse directions for PM run.

Elmont Elementary School Run: 1 Bus: 234 Start run at the intersection of: Sliding Hill Rd & Ashcake Rd (7:00 am). Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on Egypt Rd (turn around at end). Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on Johnson Town Rd (turn around at end). Left on Ashcake Rd (no p/u’s). Left on Ashland Rd. Left on Ashland Heights Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Ashcake Rd to Washington Hwy. Proceed to school via: Continue on Ashcake Rd. Left on Center St Rd. Right on Gwathmey Church Rd. Left on Elmont Rd. Right onto Karen Drive to Elmont Elementary. Run 2 Bus: 45 Start run at the intersection of: Cobbs Rd and Route 1 (7:00 am). Right onto Route 1. Right on Lewistown Rd (turn around at Landfill area). Continue back on Lewistown Rd (Cross over Route 1). Right on Carter Heights Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Lewistown Rd. Left on Washington Hwy (no p/u’s). Right on Dellwood Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Old Telegraph Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Continue on Washington Hwy (2 p/u’s). Continue to Design Rd (Right hand lane on Route 1). Right on Design Rd (turn around at National Safety Supply Inc. sign on right). Left on Washington Hwy. Right on Cobbs Rd. Left on Old Scotland Rd. Left on Armedon Drive. Left on Scots Hill Terrace. Right on Old Scotland Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Cobbs Rd. Right on Elmont Rd. Left on Karen Drive to Elmont Elementary.

Run 3 Bus: 83 Start run at the intersection of: Elmont Rd at Gwathmey Rd (7:00am). Continue on Gwathmey Rd (turning around at Meriturn Place). Proceed back up Gwathmey Rd to Elmont Rd. Right on Elmont Rd. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right on Maple St (circle around at 12230 Maple St.(Ashland Christian Center). Proceed back to Ashcake Rd. Right at the YMCA (return to Ashcake Rd) (PM only). Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on Elmont Rd (turn around at Elmont Ruritan, 1st drive). Proceed back to Elmont Rd. Left on Karen Drive to Elmont Elementary. Run 4 Bus: 96 Start run at the intersection of: Ashcake Rd at Elmont Rd (7:00 am). Continue west on Ashcake Rd to Melton Rd (no p/u’s). Left on Melton Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Fox Mill Run Lane (turn around at the end). Continue on Fox Mill Run Lane. Left on Melton Rd. Right on Link Rd (no p/u’s). Left on Lees Lane. Right on Wildwood blvd. Right on Sunset. Right on Lees. Left on Wildwood Boulevard. Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on Cedar Lane to Elmont Elementary. Run 5 Bus: 164 Start run at the intersection of: Cedar Lane at Rocky Ridge Rd (6:55 am). Continue south on Rocky Ridge Rd. Right on Winns Church Rd. Right on Greenwood Rd. Right on Ashland Rd. Right on Cedar Lane. Right on Beaver Glen Drive (turn around at the end) (no p/u’s). Right on Otter Run Drive (turn around at the end). Right on Beaver Glen Drive. Right on Cedar Lane to Elmont Elementary.Note: Reverse for PM run directions Run 6 Bus: 233 Start Run at the Intersection on: Winns Church Rd and Mountain Rd (6:55 am). Right on Mountain Rd. Left on Gordons Lane (turn around at church, 14166 Gordons Ln.). Right on Dude Ranch Rd. Continue to end of Dude Ranch Rd. Right onto Dude Ranch Rd extension (p/u & turn around at 11100 Dude Ranch Rd.). Left at Dude Ranch Rd. Right on Gordons Lane. Left on Mountain Rd. Left on Chewning Rd. Left on Ashland Rd. Left on Cauthorne Rd. Continue to Shady Hill Way (Cross Henrico County line). Right into Shady Hill Way (Circle block back to Cauthorne Rd). Left onto Cauthorne Rd. Continue back down Cauthorne Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Ashland Rd. Right on Greenwood Rd. Left on Winns Church Rd. Right on Cedar Lane. Left on Karen Rd to school. Run 7 Bus: 253 Start run at the intersection of: Greenwood Rd and Winns Church Rd ( 6:55 am ). Left on Winns Church Rd ( P/U at 13015 ). Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Gladfelter Rd. Right on Longest Rd. Left on Windam Hill Rd (U-turn at end of Rd). Left on Gladfelter Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Overhill Drive (turn around at Sideview Lane). Right on Mountain Rd (U-turn at the county line). Right on Winns Church Rd. Right on Greenwood Rd (p/u at Pat Jay Lane and Greenwood Rd). Continue to 12407 Greenwood Rd (back in for turn around in driveway). Continue back west on Greenwood Rd. Right on Winns Church Rd to Cedar Lane. Continue to school via: Right on Cedar Lane to Elmont Elementary. Note: Reverse for PM run.

Run 8 Bus: 266 Start run at the intersection of: Cedar Lane and Cedarlea Parkway (7:10 am). Left on CedarLea Parkway. Right on New Town Court. Right on Scots Quarter Rd. Left on Parsons Chapel Rd. Right on Caruthers Way. Right on Old Scotland Rd. Right on Haltonshire Way. Left on Scots Hill Terrace. Left on Armedon Drive. Left on Old Scotland Rd. Right on Caruthers Way. Right on Cedar Lea Parkway (no p/u’s). Right on Cedar Lane. Proceed on Cedar Lane. Left on Holly Berry Rd (turn around at 11119 Holly Berry Rd.). Left on Karen Drive (turn around at the end). Proceed to Elmont Elementary. Note: Reverse run directions for PM run. Run 9 Bus 142 Start run at the intersection of: Washington Hwy at Colonial Estates Entrance (7:00 am). Right on Washington Hwy. P/U at Intersection of Eggleston Circle Lane & Washington Hwy . Left on King Acres Rd. Left on Lakeridge Parkway. Continue on Lakeridge Parkway. Right on Lakeridge Green Drive (P/U at entrance to complex (students at bus shelter). Left on Kestrel Drive. Right on Lakeridge Square Court. Right again on Lake Ridge Square Ct. (pass apt. office, p/u at back, turn around, p/u at front of office). Left on Lakeridge Square Court. Left on Timber Ridge Drive (turn around at Pooh Corner). Continue back to Lakeridge Parkway. Right on Lakeridge Parkway. Right on Sliding Hill Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Cedar Lane. Left on Holly Hill Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Cedar Lane. Right on Elmont Woods Drive (turn around at the end). Right on Cedar Lane. Right on Brookhollow Drive. Right on Brookhollow Court (turn around at the end). Right on Cedar Lane. Continue to school via: Continuing on Cedar Lane to Elmont Elementary.

Henry Clay /John M. Gandy Elementary Schools Run: 1 Bus: 260 Start run at the intersection of: Arbor Oak Dr at Washington Hwy (7:25am). Left onto Arbor Oak Dr. Continue on Arbor Oak Dr to Winter Oak. Left on Winter Oak Dr. Right on Arbor Oak Dr. Right on Ten Oak Dr. Left on Brown Bark Place. Right on Arbor Oak Dr to Washington Hwy. Continue to school via: Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Archie Cannon Dr to John M. Gandy Elementary. Then continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 2 Bus: 189 Start run at the intersection of: West Patrick Henry Rd and Blanton Rd (7:05 am). Left on Blanton Rd. Left on Independence Rd. Left on Blunts Bridge Rd. Right on New Found Rd (turn around at end of Rd). Left on Blunts Bridge Rd (turns into N. James St). Continue onto N. James St to Carter Forest Dr. (Carter Hill Subdivision). Right on Carter Forest Dr. Left on Wales Way (P/U at 704 Wales Way). Left on Hillsway Dr. Right on N. James St. Right on N. Macon Terrace (turn around at Calley St.). Left on N. James St. Right on West Vaughan Rd to John M. Gandy Elementary. Continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Note: PM run directions reversed. Run: 3 Bus: 91 Start run at the intersection of: Dominion Dr & Doswell Rd (7:05 am). Left on Kings Dominion Blvd. Right into

The Mechanicsville Local

All American Truck Stop. Continue and turn around at All American Truck Stop. Right on Route 30 ( Kings Dominion Blvd). Continue into left lane & proceed to Mt. Hope Church Rd. Left on Mount Hope Church Rd (1 stop) (Go ¼ mi.in & turn around at 1st dirt Rd on left). Continue back to Washington Hwy. Left on Washington Hwy. Right on Breedens Rd. Right on Lucas Rd. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Right on Washington Hwy (P/U at 14515 Washington Hwy). Continue 3/10ths of a mile to 14433 washington Hwy ( See Hanover Craft sign on corner). Right into Drway and onto gravel portion of Rd. Left on Atkinnson Rd (graveled Rd) to Cross Corner Rd. Left on Cross Corner Rd. Left on Washington Hwy. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Fountain Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Old Ridge Rd. Right on Hickory Hill Rd (p/u at intersection). Left on Elletts Crossing Rd , continues into Rt. 1 south. South on Rt. 1. Continue to school via: Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John Gandy Elementary. Then continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 4 Bus: 279 Start run at the intersection of: W. Patrick Henry Rd & Tower Rd (7:00 am) (See note below). Right on Tower Rd (If coming from Patrick Henry High). Right on Horseshoe Bridge Rd (turn around at Rehoboth Rd). Right on Horseshoe Bridge Rd. Left on Tower Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry. Right on Hickory Oaks Lane (turn around at end). Right on W Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Yankeetown Rd (turn around at the end). Left on W Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Chapman St. Left on Cross Rd (turn around at end). Left on Route 54. Right into Kiddie Kingdom Day Care (turn around). Right on Thompson St. Left on Wesley St. Left on Snead St. Left on North James St. Continue to school via: Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John M Gandy Elementary. Continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 5 Bus: 274 Start run at the intersection of: W. Patrick Henry Rd at Country Club Dr (7:05 am). Continue on Country Club Dr to Pinehurst Lane. Right on Pinehurst Lane. Left on Augusta Lane. Left on Country Club Dr. Right on Fairway Lane. Right on Riverside Dr (turn around at end). Right on Country Club Dr. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Horseshoe Bridge Rd – P/U at 14128 Horeseshoe Bridge Rd. (turn around at this point). Continue back on Horseshoe Bridge Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd. Continue onto Thompson St. Left on Wesley St. Left on North Snead St. Continue on North Snead St. Left on James St. Right on West Vaughan Rd. Cross over RailRd Tracks. Continue on Archie Cannon Dr. Right into John Gandy Elementary School. Continue to Henry Clay Elementary School via: Left on Archie Cannon. Left on Henry St. Right on England St. Left on Hanover Ave. Left into Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 6 Bus: 47 Start run at the intersection of: Blanton Rd at Greenwood Church Rd (7:05 am). Continue west on Greenwood Church to Winston Rd. Right on Winston Rd. Left on Deer Creek Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Winston Rd. Right on Blanton Rd. Right on Stagfield Rd (turning around at Jane’s Creek Way). Right on Blanton Rd. Left on Ashcake Rd. Right on Maple St (Go to Pollard Oil Company & turn around). Continue back up Maple St. Right on E. Francis St. Left on Kirby Station Rd. Left on New St. Right on

September 1, 2010

55


Virginia St. Right on England St. Left on Henry St. Continue to school via: Proceed on Henry St. Left on Archie Cannon Dr to John Gandy Elementary. Run: 7 Bus: 310 Start run at the intersection of: W. Patrick Henry Rd and Blanton Rd (7:00 am). Right on Blanton Rd. Left on Yowell Rd. Right on Thompson St/England St. Right on Washington Hwy. Continue back south on Washington Hwy. Left on Ashcake Rd. Proceed on Ashcake Rd crossing over I-95 bridge. Left on Cheroy Rd (turn around at Cheroy Woods Lane). Continue back on Cheroy Rd. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right into Minnieland Day Care (Pull up to awning, day care personnel present). Continue around in parking lot to exit. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Pleasant St. Right on S Taylor St. Continue to school via: Left on England St. Right on Henry St. Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John Gandy Elementary. Then continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Note: PM run reversed from AM. Run: 8 Bus: 278 Start run at the intersection of: Medical Dr at W Patrick Henry Rd (7:18 am).

Continue on Medical Dr/Elmont Rd to Hanover Ave (no p/u’s). Left on Hanover Ave. Right on Cubs Lane (circle the block). Right on Hanover Ave. Left on Beverly St. Right on Lee Ave. Left on Hanover Ave. Right on Duncan St. Right on Stebbins St. Left on James St. Left on Howard St. Right on S Center St. Right on Early St. Right on Duncan St. Continue to school via: Right on Hanover Ave. Right on Thompson St/England St. Left on Henry St. Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John Gandy Elementary. Then continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Note: On PM run after turning right on Duncan St turn left on Myrtle St and right South Center St and continue as in AM run. Run: 9 Bus: 257 Start run at the intersection of: N James St at Wesley St (7:12 am). Right on Wesley St (continue to end of Wesley). Left on Snead St. Right on John St. Left on Chapman St. Left on Henry Clay Rd. Left on Dewey St. Right on John St. Right on N Snead St. Left on Henry Clay Rd. Left on N James St. Right on W Patrick St. Left on Park St. Left on Elm Ave. Right on N James St. Right on Vaughan Rd/ Archie Cannon Dr. Right on Henry St. Right on A St. Right on B St (turn around). Right on A St. Left on Henry St. Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John M. Gandy Elementary. Then continue to Henry Clay Elementary.

Marks Family Dentistry The Best of Care for Your Family From Our Family ! "I can't say how much we all enjoy comingwas to Marks Familyvisit Dentistry! “This my initial after a The first thing my 8 year old said referral by a friend. Everyone I spoke when we walked in the door was to was friendly and accommodating. how good it smelled. The receptionDr. Marks was complete on his ist welcomed us and immediately examination and informative helped the kids withvery a game for the about what he found. A follow up xbox. The hygienists do an awesome appointment set from exam job with the was cleaning and the making sure theI kids how to clean room. was know very impressed with their teethoperation. as well. They are like really the entire I also the great with kids. I just can't say fl exibility of hours to meet with my enough how much we all enjoy schedule.” coming to this practice!! Thank you!"

Tina Mechanicsville April 9,8,2010 Michael Mechanicsville June 2010 9150 Dickey Drive, Mechanicsville 23116 746-3336

www.MarkFamilyDentistry.com Conveniently located off I-295, Exit 41-A

56

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Note: Reverse run directions for PM. Run: 10 Bus: 215 Start run at the intersection of: England St and Virginia St (7:25 am). Left on Virginia St. Proceed on Virginia St. Left on New St. Right on Maple St. Right on E. Francis St. Right on Virginia St. Proceed on Virginia St. Right on Macmurdo St. Left on Maple St. Right on Arlington St. Right on South Taylor St. Left on Pleasant St. Left on Randolph St. Right on England St. Right on Henry St. Continue to John Gandy Elementary School via: Right on Henry St. Right on Archie Cannon Rd (John Gandy Elem.). Continue to Henry Clay Elementary via: Left on Archie Cannon. Left on Henry St. Right on England St. Cross over Center Sreet. Bear left onto Hanover Ave. to Henry Clay Elementary. Note: PM run directions same as AM run except in PM turn right on Maple St to start the run. Stop at 303 Maple St, then turn right on Myrtle St. to left on Virginia St. Note: For AM elementary run, leave transportation parking lot at 7:15 AM. Run: 11 Bus: 284 Start run at the intersection of: Cottontree Court and Courtside Dr (7:20am). Continue on Courtside Dr. Left on Slash Dr. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right on Maple St. Right on Sunny Dr. Continue on Sunny Dr. Right on Swannee Dr. Right on Courtside Dr. Right on Slash Dr. Left on Five Oaks (turn around). Left on Slash Dr. Left on Sunny Dr. Left on Maple Dr. Left on Ashcake Rd. Continue to school via: Proceed on Maple St to England St. Right on England St. Left on Henry St. Proceed on Henry St. Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John M. Gandy Elementary. Continue back to Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 12 Bus: 216 Start run at the intersection of: Rt. 54 and Washington Hwy (Rt. 1) (7:30am). Route 1 North to Ashland Town Square Apts. Right on Wythe House Dr. Left on Kings Arms St. Left on Bruton Parrish Dr. Right on Route 1 North. Turn right into 2nd entrance of Supply Room Company building parking lot. Proceed north through Supply Room parking lot. Left onto S Washington Hwy. Stop in right hand lane at 14199 S Washington Hwy ( across from Supply Room Co.). Continue on Rt. 1 South. Right on Berkley St. Right on Henry St (no p/u’s). Proceed to school via: Right on Archie Cannon Dr to John M. Gandy Elementary School. Continue to Henry Clay Elementary. Run: 13 Bus: 113 Start run at the intersection of: Henry Place and Randolph Circle (7:27 am). Continue on Randolph Circle to end. Right on Washington Hwy (Route 1). Left on England St. Continue through 1st light (stay in right lane). Pick up at 99 South Carter Rd (Apple Garden Inn) PM drop off. Circle around back of Apple Garden Inn to Devereux Dr. Devereux Dr. will bear left onto South Carter Rd. South Carter Rd to stop lights (Rt. 54 intersection). Left on Rt.54 (England St). Continue back west on England St. Stop at 806 England St (Students will be waiting in front of KFC franchise). Right on Cottage Green Dr. Left on Omni Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Henry St to Archie Cannon Dr. Proceed to John Gandy and Henry Clay Elementary School. Note: PM run same as AM run.

Patrick Henry High School Liberty Middle School Run: 1 Bus: 88 Start run at 11023 Doswell Rd (7:20 am). Left on Mount Hope Church Rd (p/u’s on right hand side). Continue on Mt. Hope Church Rd to Mitchell Trail (turn around). Left on Mt. Hope Church Rd. Continue over Doswell Rd (continuing on Mt. Hope Church Rd). (Turn around at p/u location). Right on Mt. Hope Church Rd. Right on Doswell Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Darby Rd ( turn around at Academy Farm Ln). Left on Old Ridge Rd (turn around at Fork Episcopal Church). Left on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Breeden Rd. Left on Lucas Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Blunts Bridge Rd. Left on Newfound Rd (turn around at end). Left on Blunts Bridge Rd. Right on Independence Rd. Right on Blanton Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd (Rt. 54). Proceed to School. Note: Reverse for PM run. Note: For PM run only. After Stop at LocuSt Level & Old Ridge Rd. Continue on Old Ridge Rd to Washington Hwy. Turn right on Washington Hwy. Continue to Dearborn Dr. & Washington Hwy (d/o). Continue to Cross Corner Rd. Right on Cross Corner Rd. Right on Atkinson Rd (turn around). Left on Cross Corner Rd. Left on Washington Hwy. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Right on Breedens Rd & continue PM route. Run: 2 Bus: 70 Start run at the intersection of: Verdon Rd & Landora Bridge Rd (7:10 am). Left on Landora Bridge Rd (or right, depending on direction Drr is coming from). Continue on Landora Bridge Rd (turn around after crossing river, 1St Drway on left). Left on Verdon Rd. Left on Hewlett Rd (turn around at 19205 Hewlett Rd (gravel Drway). Continue back down Hewlett Rd. Left on Verdon Rd. Left on Noel Rd (turn around at 12450 Noel Rd using Drway on left just past mailbox). Left on Verdon Rd. Left on Route One (Continue to 17554 Wash. Hwy , turn rt. into CoaStal Supply (turn around). Right on Mount Hope Church Rd. Right on Washington Hwy to Cross Corner Rd (no p/u’s). Continue to Patrick Henry and Liberty via: Right on Cross Corner Rd. Right on Blunts Bridge Rd. Left on Blunts Rd. Left on Independence Rd. Right on Blanton Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry and Liberty Schools. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 309 Start run at the intersection of: Greenbay Rd at 20448 Green Bay Rd (6:57AM). Right on Ancient Acres Rd (2 Stops) Go approximately 1.5 miles & turn around at end). Left on Greenbay Rd. Continue south on Greenbay Rd to Beaverdam Rd. Right on Beaverdam Rd (turn around at County Line). Left on Beaver Den Ln (turn around at culdesac). Left on Anderson Mill Way. Left on Union Church Rd. Left on Teman Rd (turn around at Windy River Farm Ln). Left on Verdon Rd. Right on Hewlett Rd to Old Ridge Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Coatesville Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run directions for PM. Run: 4 Bus: 323 Start run at the intersection of: Tyler Station Rd at Woodson’s Mill Rd (7:15 AM ). Proceed northwest on Tyler Station Rd to Beaverdam Rd. Right on Beaverdam Rd. Continue on Beaverdam Rd. Left on Ben Gayle Rd ( turn around at end). Left on Beaverdam Rd. Right on Trainham Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Beaverdam Rd. Right on Beaverdam School Rd. Right on

Teman Rd. Right on Goshen Rd. Left on Terry Rd. Left on Taylor Rd to Coatesville Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Coatesville Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Left W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run in PM. Run: 5 Bus: 48 Start run at the intersection of: Old Ridge Rd and Pleasant Mill Rd (7:03 am). Continue west on Old Ridge Rd. Right on Landmark Cedar Rd. Left on Grover Cocke Rd (turn around at end)(do not turn around at Lottie Ln). Left on Landmark Cedar Rd. Left on Shiloh Church Rd. Left on Belches Rd (turn around at 18057 Belches Rd). Left on Woodson’s Mill Rd. Right on Tyler Station Rd. Left on Beaver Dam Rd (turn around at Beaverdam Baptist Church yard). Left on Tyler Station Rd. Right on Teman Rd. Right on Coatesville Rd. Left on Overlook Ridge Ln (turn around at end). Left on Coatesville Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd to West Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse for PM run directions. Run 6 Bus: 259 Start run at the intersection: Beaverdam Rd at Parsons Rd (7:05am). Continue on Beaverdam Rd. Left on Tyler Station Rd. Left on Hollowing Creek Rd. Left on Askew Ln (turn around at end) Note: No P/U unless notified differently. Left on Hollowing Creek Rd ( changes to Shiloh Church Rd). Right on Parsons Rd (turn around at 2092 Signboard Ln Drway, just inside Lousia County). Right on Shiloh Church. Right on Landmark Cedar Rd (P/U’s at Lucy Ln and George Ruth Rd). Turn around at George Ruth Rd. Left on Landmark Cedar Rd. Left on Shiloh Church Rd. Right on Parsons Rd. Parsons Rd to Allen Harris Rd (turn around at end). Right on Parsons Rd to Beaverdam Rd. Cross over Beaverdam Rd continue on Parsons Rd. Left on Parsons Ridge Rd. Right on Circuit Rider Dr (turn around at Buckfast Place). Left on Parsons Ridge Rd. Right on Jericho Dr. Left on Parsons Rd to Old Ridge Rd. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Coatesville Rd. Right on Scotchville Rd. Left on Rt.54 to W. Patrick Henry Rd. Run: 7 Bus: 192 Start run at the intersection of: Beaverdam Rd and Old Ridge Rd (7:20am). Continue west on Old Ridge Rd (pass Gun Barrel Rd on left). Continue to 18289 Old Ridge Rd (p/u and turn around in Drway). Continue back east on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Shiloh Church Rd. Right on Rocky Ford Rd. Left on Beaverdam Rd (turn around at American Legion Bldg. on right). Continue back on Beaverdam Rd. Left on Connie Hall Rd. Right on Woodman Hall Rd to Mountain Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Mountain Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Stop-17372 Beaver Dam Rd is before turn around at American Legion Bldg.). Run: 8 Bus: 98 Start run at the intersection of: Mountain Rd and Gun Barrel Rd (7:25 am). Continue on Gun Barrel Rd to Mabelton Rd. Right on Mabelton Rd. Left on Pleasant Mill Rd. Right on Old Ridge Rd. Right on Goshen Rd. Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Terry Rd (turn around at Taylor Rd). Continue to school via: Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 9 Bus: 294 Start run at the intersection of: Landmark Cedar Rd and Old Ridge Rd (7:00

am). Continue West on Old Ridge Rd. Left on New Westridge Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Old Ridge Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Gun Barrel Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Devonwood Rd (turn around at end of Devonwood Rd). Right on Mountain Rd. Left on Woodman Hall Rd. Right on Robert Terrell Rd. Left on Robert Terrell Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd. Left on PinehurSt Dr (turn around at cul de sac). Right on Deep Spring Dr ( turn around at BRd Creek Dr). Right on PinehurSt ForeSt Dr to West Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 10 Bus: 255 Start run at the intersection of: Gun Barrel Rd and Mountain Rd (7:25am). Left on Mountain Rd. Turn right on Dunn Rd ( turn around at end of Dunn Rd). Continue back to Mountain Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Jones Farm Rd (go to end and turn around). Left on Mountain Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Hopeful Church Rd. Right on Taylors Creek Rd (turn around at Boondock Ln). Continue on Taylors Creek Rd to Bethany Church Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Bethany Church Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Continue onto W Patrick Henry Rd (east) to PHHS and LMS. Run: 11 Bus: 86 Start run at the intersection of: Mountain Rd and Burnham Davis Rd (7:20am). Right on Burnham Davis Rd (turn around at end). Continue back to Mountain Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Left on Bourne Rd. Left on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Left on Clazemont Rd to Mountain Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Mountain Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd. Continuing on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: PM run directions same as AM directions. Run: 12 Bus: 180 Start run at the intersection of: Spring Rd at Taylor’s Creek Rd (7:00 am). Proceed south on Spring Rd to Vontay Rd. Right on Vontay Rd to Running Cedar Rd (intersection Stop). Continue on Vontay Rd. Left on Summer Ridge Place (turn around at 12502 Summer Ridge Place). Right on Vontay Rd. Right on Pinhook Rd. Right on Turkey Rd. Continuing onto Woodland Fox Ln (turn around at Hunting Horn Ln. & Woodland Fox Ln.). Proceed back on Woodland Fox Ln to Turkey Rd. Left on Turkey Rd. Left on Pinhook Rd to Vontay Rd (no p/ u’s). Continue to school via: Right on Vontay Rd. Left on Spring Rd. Right on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Left on Clazemont Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Straight/ Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 13 Bus: 122 Start run at the intersection of: Turkey Rd at Pinhook Rd (7:05 am). Proceed south on Pinhook Rd to Explorer Ridge Rd. Right on Explorer Ridge Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Victoria Hills Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Explorer Ridge Rd. Right on Pinhook Rd. Left on Oilville Rd. Continue back down Oilville Rd till it merges with Hanover Rd. Continue till Hanover Rd merges with Dogwood Trail Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd. Cross over Pouncey Tract Rd to WaLnut Hill Dr. Continue on Walnut Hill Dr to Henley Rd (turn around at end of State maintenance). Right on Walnut Hill Dr (turn around at end of Walnut Hill Dr (through iron gates). Bear right on Walnut Hill Dr. Continue to school via: Left on Pouncey Tract Rd. Left on Ashland


Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on Patrick Henry Rd to PHLM . Note: Reverse run directions for PM. Run: 14 Bus: 265 Start run at the intersection of: Dogwood Trail Rd at Pouncey Tract Rd (7:25am). Left on Rosemont Rd. Right on Echo Meadows Rd. Left on Manakin Rd (P/U and turn around at Lunde Ln). Left & continue on Manakin Rd. Right on Dogwood Trail Rd. Left on Primrose Ln (1St intersection). Continue onto Rosemont Rd. Left on Echo Meadows Rd. Left on Rockville Rd. Continue to Pouncey Tract Rd. Continue ton School via: Right on Pouncey Tract Rd. Left on Ashland Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS . Run: 15 Bus: 107 Start run at the intersection of: Dogwood Trail Rd and Watkins Rd (7:25 am). Left on Watkins Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Dogwood Trail Rd. Left on Bienvenue Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd (eastwardly direction). Continue on Pouncey Tract Rd to Mile Branch Rd. Right on Mile Branch Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd. Continue to school via: Continuing on Ashland Rd Left on Blanton Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run for PM. Run: 16 Bus: 53 Start run at the intersection of: Vontay Rd at Spring Rd (7:20am). Left on Vontay Rd. Continue east on Vontay Rd. Left on Dunn’s Chapel Rd (Runs into Saint Peters Church Rd). Left on Walton’s Tavern Rd. Left on Mountain Rd (Rt. 33). Left on Derby Ridge Rd (turn around at Trails End Dr). Left on Mountain Rd. Continue to school via: Right on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: PM run reversed from AM run. Run: 17 Bus: 289 Start run at the intersection of: Bethany Church Rd at Mountain Rd (7:15am). Right on Bethany Church Rd ( turn around at Fire Department). Continue south on Bethany Church Rd (to Pryors Ln). Left on Pryor Ln (turning around at the end). Right on Bethany Church Rd to Winding Creek. Left on Winding Creek (turn around in culdasac). Bethany Church Rd to Wedge Stone Dr (turn around at end). Left on Bethany Church Rd. Left on Taylor’s Creek Rd to Dunn’s Chapel Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Saint Peter’s Church Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Left on Waltons Tavern Rd. Left on LocuSt Run Dr (turn around at end). Left on Mountain Rd. Right on W Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run directions for PM. Run: 18 Bus: 116 Start run at the intersection of: Canterbury Rd at Bethany Church Rd (7:05 am). Continue south on Canterbury Rd to Saint Peter’s Church Rd. Left on Saint Peter’s Church Rd. Left on Waltons Tavern Rd. Right on Mountain Rd (turn around J D’s Antiques Store, approx. 2 miles).

Continue west on Mountain Rd. Right on Rosmarin Rd. Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Right on Lone Oak Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Patrick Meadows Way (turn around at end). Right on ForeSt Henry Rd (turn around at end). Right on Patrick Meadows Way. Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Scotchtown Rd. Right on W Patrick Henry Rd. Right on King Rd (turn around at Kings Grant Ln). Right on West Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: West Patrick Henry Rd to PH & LM schools. Note: PM run Starts out reversed until last Stop on Greenwood Church Rd, then commence D/O’s Starting on Canterbury Rd to Mountain Rd. Run: 19 Bus: 326 Start run at the intersection of: Abner Church Rd and HowaRds Mill Rd (7:15am). Continue south on HowaRd’s Mill Rd (turn around at BaptiSt Church). Left on Pouncey Tract Rd (no p/u’s). Right on HowaRds Mill Rd. Right on Abner Church Rd. Left on Ashland Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Chewning Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on GoRdons Ln (turn around at end of GoRdons Ln). Proceed back to Dude Ranch Rd. Right on Dude Ranch Rd (turn around at Starling Ridge Ln). Continue back to GoRdons Ln. Right on GoRdons Ln. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Ashland Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on Stagfield Rd (turn around at Jane’s Creek Way). Left on Blanton Rd to W Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to PHHS and LMS via: Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd to School. Run: 20 Bus: 328 Start run at the intersection of: Greenwood Church Rd at Windmill Dr (7:25am). Continue west on Greenwood Church Rd to Cherry Hill Rd. Left on Cherry Hill Rd. Left on Kreutler Rd. Continue to intersection at Stone Trace Dr ( P/U and turn around on Stone Trace). Right on Kreutler Rd. Left on Cherry Hill Rd. Left on Big Bear Court (turn around at end). Left on Cherry Hill Rd. Right on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Mill Creek Dr (entrance at club house). Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Winston Rd. Left on Deer Creek Rd (turn around in cul-de-sac at end of Deer Creek Rd.). Left on Winston Rd to Blanton Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Blanton Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run for PM. Run: 21 Bus: 77 Start run at the intersection of: Coatesville Rd and Annfield Rd (7:15am). Right on Annfield Rd (turn around at end). Left on Coatesville Rd to Scotchtown Rd. Continue north on Scotchtown Rd to Chiswell Ln. Left on Chiswell Ln (turn around at the end of Chiswell Ln). Left on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Campbell Lake Rd. Right on Tower Rd. Left on Horseshoe Bridge Rd (turn around at Rehoboth Rd). Left on Tower Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd (p/u’s). Continue on to: Patrick Henry & Liberty Middle School. Run: 22 Bus: 320 Start run at the intersection of: Scotchtown Rd at Rocketts Mill Rd (7:25am). Continue north on Rocketts

Mill Rd to Old Ridge Rd. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Right on New Market Mill Rd (turn around at 12225 New Market Mill Rd). Right on Old Ridge Rd (proceed to Little River Estates). Right on White Pine Rd (turn around at Tiswood/Sweet Gum St). Right on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Katy Ln (turn around at cul-de-sac). Left on Old Ridge Rd. Proceed to intersection of Old Ridge & Teman Rd (turn left). Continue to school via: Left on Coatesville Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Note: PM run directions same as AM run directions. Exception is leaving PH in PM, turn left on Rt. 54 to Tower Rd. Right on Tower Rd to Campbell Lake Rd. Left on Campbell Lake Rd to Rocketts Mill Rd. Take right on Rocketts Mill Rd and Start PM run. Run: 23 Bus: 117 Start run at the intersection of: Stone Horse Creek Rd at Auburn Mill Rd (7:30am). Right on Auburn Mill Rd. Right on WoodStock Rd (turn around at end). Right on Auburn Mill Rd. Left on Saint Peter’s Church Rd (no p/u’s). Left on HowaRds Mill Rd. Left on Stone Horse Creek Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Proceed on Mountain Rd. Bear left onto Greenwood Rd. Left on Ashland Rd (no p/u’s). Continue on Ashland Rd to Blanton Rd. Left on Blanton Rd to W Patrick Henry Rd. Right on Yankeetown (p/u & turn around at 14150 Yankeetown Rd). Continue back to W. Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: Right on W Patrick Henry Rd to school. Note: Reverse PM run Run: 24 Bus: 263 Start run at the intersection of: Mountain Rd at Ashland Rd (7:10 am). Continue right on Ashland Rd to Cauthorne Rd. Left on Cauthorne Rd. Continue on Cauthorne Rd across the Henrico County line. Right on Shady Hills Way (just past the Henrico County line). Continue around the block back towards Cauthorne Rd. Left on Cauthorne Rd. Left on Ashland Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd. Right on South Anna Dr to Howard’s Mill Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Howard’s Mill Rd. Left on Abner Church Rd. Left on Ashland Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Run: 25 Bus: 90 Start run at the intersection of: Chriswood Rd and Mountain Rd (7:10 AM). Continue south on Mountain Rd to Gladfelter Rd. Right on Gladfelter Rd. Right on Windham Hill (turn around at end). Right on Gladfelter (P/U Students at intersection of LongeSt Rd & Gladfelter Rd(turn around at end). Continue back on Gladfelter. Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Overhill Dr (turn around at Sideview Ln). Right on Mountain Rd (Continue into left Ln to Henrico City line, turn around just past county line at the intersection of Hunton Place Subdivision.) If unable to make U- Turn due to traffic conditions , turn left into Hunton Place and make u-turn at the townhouse entrance 1 or 2 blocks in. Continue west on Mountain Rd. Right on Ashland Rd (at Stanleys Store). Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Stop at intersection of Greenwood Church Rd & Lakeview Farms Place. Continue to school via:

Right on WinSton Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 26 Bus: 164 Start run at the intersection of: Karen Dr and Cedar Ln (7:40am). Continue on Cedar Ln to Rocky Ridge Rd. Left on Rocky Ridge Rd. Left on Winns Church Rd. Left on Cedar Ln. Left on Beaver Glen Dr. Left on Otter Dr (go to end and turn around). Right on Beaver Glen Dr. Left on Cedar Ln. Continue to school via: Right on Ashland Rd. Left on Blanton Rd. Left on Blanton Rd to W. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 27 Bus: 234 Start run at the intersection of: Cedar Ln at Karen Dr (7:44am). Continue southeast on Cedar Ln to Holly Berry Rd. Right on Holly Berry Rd (turn around midway of Holly Berry Rd. at horse training facility). Right on Cedar Ln. Left on Cedar Lea Parkway. Right on New Town Court. Right on Scots Quarter Rd. Left on Parsons Chapel Rd. Right on Caruthers Way. Right on Cedar Lea Parkway. Right on Cedar Ln to Elmont Rd Right on Elmont Rd. Continue to school via: Continue on Elmont Rd to Thompson St. (W. Patrick Henry Rd). Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Run: 28 Bus: 253 Start run at the intersection of: Cedar Ln & Brook Hollow Dr (7:45 am). Continue on Cedar Ln to Brookhollow Dr. Left on Brookhollow Dr ( go to end of cul-de-sac & turn around). Left on Cedar Ln. Left on Elmont Woods Dr (turn around at end). Left on Cedar Ln. Right on Holly Hill Rd (turn around at end). Left on Cedar Ln. Right on Elmont Rd. Continue to school via: Left on West Patrick Henry Hwy to school. Note: PM run directions same as AM directions. Run: 29 Bus: 317 Start run at the intersection of: Deer Hollow Ln & Cedar Ln (7:15 am). Continue west on Cedar Ln. Right on Ashland Rd. Continue on Ashland Rd ( which curves right onto Ashcake Rd ). Continue on Ashcake Rd (P/U’s). Right on Wildwood Boulevard. Right on Lees Ln. Left on Link Ln. Left on Melton Rd. Left on Foxmill Run Ln (turn around at Iron Horse Ln). Left on Melton Rd (turn around at Melton Place Dr). Right on Ashcake Rd to Elmont Rd (no p/u’s). Continue to school via: Left on Elmont Rd. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 30 Bus: 178 Start run at the intersection of: Washington Hwy and Ashcake Rd (7:35 am). Continue south on Washington Hwy (p/u at Drway next to (12233 Ashland Firearms). Continue on Washington Hwy. Right on Dellwood Rd (turning around at the end). Right on Washington Hwy. Kosmo Village Mobile Home Park. Continue pick ups on Washington Hwy. Left on Old Telegraph Rd. Left on Old Keeton Rd (turn around on Old Keeton Rd). Proceed back to Old Telegraph Rd.

Left on Old Telegraph Rd. Continue on Old Telegraph Rd to Washington Hwy. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Route 54. Continue on Route 54 to Horseshoe Bridge Rd. Right on Horseshoe Bridge Rd (turn around at horse farm on left ¼ mile past curve). Continue north on Horseshoe Bridge Rd (P/U’s). Continue to school via: Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd to PH and LM schools. Note: On PM run D/O at Horeseshoe Bridge Rd 1St and continue as shown above on AM run. Run: 31 Bus: 189 Start run at the intersection of: Rt. 54 and Washington Hwy (7:55 am). Continue east on Rt. 54 in right Ln to 99 S. Carter Rd (Apple GaRden Inn) P/ U. Right on S. Carter Rd (p/u) at front office of motel. Continue back onto S. Carter Rd to your left. Continue around to Devereux Dr (on right). Continue around to S. Carter Rd (Come to Stop lights). Left at Stop lights (Rt. 54 west). Continue back west on Rt. 54 to North Carter Rd. Right on North Carter Rd to Kitty Hamilton Circle. Turn around in open area just past Kitty Hamilton Circle. P/U at Kitty Hamilton Circle (after turn-around). Continue back on North Carter Rd to Route 54. Right on route 54 (Stop at and in front of KFC franchise on England St.). Continue west on Rt. 54 (England St) to Cottage Green Dr. Right on Cottage Green Dr. Continue on Cottage Green Dr. Left on Omni Rd. Continue on Omni Rd. Right on Washington Hwy (no p/u’s). Left on Macon Circle. Left on Henry Place. Right on Randolph Circle. Left on Caroline St. Right on Louisiana St. Right on England St. Continue to School via: Continue on Rt. 54 West to PHHS and LMS. Note: PM run same directions as AM. Run: 32 Bus: 216 Start run at the intersection of: Washington Hwy & Arbor Oak (8:05 am). Left onto Arbor Oak Dr. Continue on Arbor Oak Dr (Continue past Winter Oak Dr on left, keeping Straight on Arbor Oak). Left on Winter Oak Dr. Left on Ten Oak Dr. Right on Brown Bark Place. Right on Arbor Oak Dr to Washington Hwy (no p/u’s). Continue to school via: Right on Washington Hwy. Left on England St (Route 54) to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse directions for PM run. Run: 33 Bus: 109 Start run at the intersection of: Lakeridge Parkway and LewiStown Rd (7:40 am). Right on LewiStown Rd. North on Washington Hwy. Right on Elletts Crossing Rd. Right on Hickory Hill Rd. Left on Mannheim Dr. Right on Hickory Hill Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on Cross Corner Rd. Left on Blunts Bridge Rd to N James St. Continue on N James St to Carter ForeSt Dr ( Carter Hill Subdivision). Right on Carter ForeSt Dr. Left on Wales Way ( P/U at 704 Wales Way). Continue to Hillsway Dr. Left on Hillsway Dr. Right on N James St. Continue on N James St to N Snead St. Continue to school via: Right on Snead St. Right on Wesley St. Right on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse directions for PM run. Run: 34 Bus: 278 Start run at the intersection of: Hanover Ave and Snead St (7:55 am). Continue on Hanover Ave to Elmont

The Mechanicsville Local

Rd. Turn left on Elmont Rd. Left on Ashcake Rd. Left on South Center St. Continue on South Center St. Left on E Francis St. Left on South Center St. Right on Early St. Right on Duncan St. Continue on Duncan St to Hanover Ave. Right on Hanover Ave. Left on Duncan St. Left on Thompson St. Continue to school via: Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 35 Bus: 96 Start run at the intersection of: Maple St at Ashcake Rd (7:50am). Left on Maple St. Right on E. Francis St. Left on Kilby Station Rd. Left on New St. Proceed on New St and Virginia St. Right on Virginia St. Left on England St. Right on N. James St. Left on Henry Clay St. Right on Dewey St. Left on John St. Right on Thompson St. Proceed to school via: continue onto W. Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: PM run reversed from AM. Run: 36 Bus: 113 Start run at the intersection of: Beverly Rd at Thompson St (8:00am). Continue on Beverly Rd. Left on Lee Ave. Right on Hanover Ave. Continue on Hanover Ave. Left on Cubs Ln (circle around Cubs Ln). Left on Hanover Ave. Right on Elmont Rd. Left on Yowell Rd to Blanton Rd. Right on Blanton Rd. Continue to school via: Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 37 Bus: 215 Start run at the intersection of: England St and Virginia St (8:00 am). Right on Virginia St. Continue on Virginia. Left on MacmuRdo St. Left on Maple St. Continue north on Maple St to Arlington St. Right on Arlington St. Right on South Taylor St. Left on Pleasant St. Left on Randolph St. Continue to school via: Left on England St to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Note: PM run directions same as AM run. Run: 38 Bus: 274 Start run at intersection of : England St & South Taylor St (7:55 am). Right on South Taylor St. Left on Pleasants St. Right on South Washington Hwy. Right on Ashcake Rd. Left on Maple St Extension (Turn around at Ashland ChriStian Center, 12230 Maple St.). Right on Maple St Ext.. Left on Ashcake Rd. Right on South Center St. Left on Thompson St. Continue to school via: Continue on Thompson St. (54 West) to PH / LM. Note: PM run directions same as AM directions. Run: 39 Bus: 284 Start run at the intersection of: Sunny Dr and Slash Dr (7:55 am). Continue east on Sunny Dr. Right on Swannee Dr. Right on Courtside Dr. Left on Slash Dr. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right on S. Center St. Continue to school via: Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Run: 40 Bus: 257 Start run at the intersection of: W. Pat. Henry Rd. and Hickory Oaks

September 1, 2010

57


Ln (1mile W. of PH) 7:53 am. Left into Hickory Oaks Ln (turn around in Drway at 14215 Hickory Oaks Ln). Right on West Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Country Club Dr. Left on Riverside Dr (turn around at end). Left on Fairway Dr. Right on PinehurSt Ln. Left on AuguSta Dr. Left on Country Club Dr. Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Run: 41 Bus: 245 Start run at intersection of: Old Ridge Rd and Bucks Branch Ln (7:15 am). Continue on Old Ridge Rd to Woodman Hall Rd. Left on Woodman Hall Rd. Left on Parrish Farm Rd (turn around at end). Left on Woodman Hall Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Left on Brown Pleasants Rd (turn around at end). Left on Mountain Rd (Merge onto W Patrick Henry Rd). Continue east on W Patrick Henry Rd. Right on Quaker Church Rd ( turn around at end of State maintenance). Right on W Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: Continuing east on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 42 Bus: 260 Start run at the intersection of: Washington Hwy & Wythe House Dr (7:50am). Left on Wythe House Dr (Ashland Town Square Apts.). Left on Bruton Parrish Dr. Right on Kings Arms St. Right on Wythe House Dr. Right on Washington Hwy (P/U at 719 N. Washington Hwy). Continue & bear over to your left Ln on Washington Hwy. Cross over s/ bound Lns at 14015 Washington Hwy (Gilman Lumber Co., turn around). Continue South on Washington Hwy (P/U at 640 N. Washington Hwy). Right on Berkley St. Left on Henry St. Continue to school via: Right on England St (Rte. 54) to Patrick Henry High School. Note: Reverse for PM run.

Run: 43 Bus: 87 Start run at the intersection of: (Bullfield Rd) 7:10 AM. Continue west on Bullfield Rd. Right on Doswell Rd (Cross over 2 rail Rd tracks). Left on Washington Hwy ( P/U at 16424 Route 1, # 1 Towing, in AM & drop off & turn around in PM at back parking lot.). Left on Pleasant Circle (turn around at end across from 2 Story blue house). Left on Washington Hwy. Left on Kings Dominion Blvd. (P/U across from Short Cut Rd). Proceed on Kings Dominion Blvd. and bear into left Ln. Left at Stop light (into All American TruckStop). P/U at 10222 Kings Dominion Blvd. at Econolodge Motel ( All American Truck Stop). Proceed to bus / restaurant entrance under canopy ( p/u & turn around). Continue west back towards Washington Hwy. Left on Binns Rd. Right on Taylorsville Rd (do not cross 1 Ln bridge, use the 1 Ln tunnel side only). Left on Washington Hwy. Left on Old Ridge Rd (turn around at Gate #2, Bear Island Paper Co.). Right on Fountain Rd (turn around at end). Continue back west on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Washington Hwy. South on Washington Hwy ( P/U at 14199 Washington Hwy across from Old Best Products). Turn around at Old Best Products ( Now Supply Room Co.). Continue north on Washington Hwy ( P/U’s, laSt Stop at Route 1 and Route Dr ). Continue to school via: Left on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Blunts Bridge Rd. Right on Independence Rd. Right on Blanton Rd. Right on West Patrick Henry Rd to Patrick Henry and Liberty Middle Schools. Run: 44 Bus: 94 Start run at the intersection of: Farrington Rd at Greenwood Church Rd (7:10 am). Continue south on Farrington Rd. Right on Palmers Way. Left on Foxfotd Ln (P/U at Bud Ln and Foxfotd Ln ) turn around. Right on

Professional Firefighters, Professional Service

PAVER PATIOS:

NOW IS TIME TO SCHEDULE FOR FALL. firemenslandscaping.com 804.357.1989

Palmers Way. Right on Farrington Rd. Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Palmers Way (turn around). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Stillmeadows Rd (turn around at end). Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Greenwood Church Rd (left on service Rd between Cherry Hill & Greenwood Church Rd). Proceed back to Scotchtown Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Three Oaks Ln. Right on Three Oaks Court (turn around at end). Right on Three Oaks Ln. Right on Three Oaks Terrace (turn around at end). Right on Three Oaks Ln (to the end & turn around). Proceed back to Scotchtown Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd (no p/u’s). Continue to School via: Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS Run: 45 Bus: 266 Start run at the intersection of: Karen Dr and Cedar Ln (7:45 am). Continue southeast on Cedar Ln. Right on Washington Hwy. Right on Colonial Estates Circle ( P/U at front office & turn around). Continue back to Washington Hwy. Right on Washington Hwy. Left on King Acres Rd. Left on Lakeridge Parkway (no p/u’s). Right on Lakeridge Square Court (circle around at the swimming Pool). Left on Lakeridge Square Court. Left on Lakeridge Parkway. Right on Sliding Hill Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Hwy Route One. Left on England St to Patrick Henry High and Liberty Middle. Run: 46 Bus: 83 Start run at the intersection of: Karen Dr at Cedar Ln (7:45AM). Left on Cedar Ln. Left on Karen Dr. Continue on Karen Dr. Right on Old Elmont Rd. Right on Elmont Rd. Right on Gwathmey Church Rd (turn around at Meriturn Place). Right on Elmont Rd to Medical Dr. Continue to School via: Left on Rte. 54 to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse for PM run. Run: 47 Bus: 45 Start run at the intersection of: Cobbs Rd at Washington Hwy (7:45am). Continue south on Washington Hwy. Right on Lewistown Rd (turn around at the refuse and recycling center). Continue on Lewistown Rd. Right on Carter Heights Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Lewistown Rd. Right on Washington Hwy. Right on Ashcake Rd. Right on Ashland Heights Rd (turn around at end). Continue to school via: Left on Ashcake Rd. Right on Rt.1 (Washington Hwy). Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 48 Bus: 233 Start run at the intersection of: Winn’s Church Rd at Sherwood Farms Rd (7:45am). Turn around at Mountain Rd at (Green farm house across from Cherlys Produce). Right onto Winns Church Rd. Right on Greenwood Rd (turn around at Summer Breeze Rd). Continue on Greenwood Rd to Ashland Rd. Right on Ashland Rd. Continue to Blanton Rd. Continue to School via: Left on Blanton Rd. Left on West Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Note: Reverse run for PM. Run: 49 Bus: 142 Start run at the intersection of: Karen Dr at Elmont Rd (7:40 am). Continue south on Elmont Rd to Cedar Ln. Left on Cedar Ln. Right on Old Washington Hwy. Continue on Old Washington Hwy (p/u’s) to Chickahominy River Ln. Proceed around curve to Kelpie Rd, Henrico Cty., & turn around. Proceed back north on Old Washington Hwy. Left on Cedar Ln. Right on Elmont Rd. Right on Cobbs Rd (make p/u & turn around at Hydraulic Co.). Left on Old Scotland Rd. Left on Haltonshire Way. Left on Scots Hill Terrace. Right on Old Scotland Rd. Left on Cobbs Rd. Right on Elmont

58

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

Rd. Continue to school via: Continuing on Elmont Rd to Rt. 54 (W Patrick Henry Rd). Left on W Patrick Henry Rd to PHHS and LMS. Run: 50 Bus: 310 Start run at the intersection of: Snead St at Hanover Ave (7:50am). Right on Snead St. Continues on Snead St (no p/u’s). Right on Thompson St. Left on North James St. Left on Snead St. Right on Wesley St. Right on Chapman St. Right on Cross Rd Proceed to Dairy Ln(p/u Students at intersection & make turn around at intersection). Proceed back on Cross Rd Right on Chapman St. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Independence Rd Left on Blanton Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Continue to school via: W. Patrick Henry Rd to PH and LM schools. Note: PM run is same as AM run.

South Anna Elementary School Run: 1 Bus: 102 Start run at the intersection of: King Rd at Kings Grant Lane (7:30 am). Continue on King Rd to W. Patrick Henry Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd (turn around at South Anna boat ramp facility). Continue on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Lone Oak Dr (turn around at the end). Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Right on Rosmarin Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on St. Peter’s Church Rd to South Anna Elementary. Run: 2 Bus: 115 Start run at the intersection of: Scotchtown Rd at W. Patrick Henry Rd (7:35am). Continue south on Scotchtown Rd to Three Oaks Lane. Left on Three Oaks Lane. Right on Three Oaks Terrace (turn around at end). Left on Scotchtown Rd. Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Continue onto Cherry Hill Rd. Right on Big Bear Court (Turn around at Little Bear Court). Right on Cherry Hill Rd. Right on Kreutler Rd (turn around at Stone Trace Dr). Right on Cherry Hill Rd. Right on Greenwood Church Rd. Left on Mill Creek Dr. Right on Greenwood Church Rd to Rosmarin Rd. Continue to school via: Left on Mountain Rd. Right on St. Peters Church Rd. Right on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Note: PM run done in same order as AM run. Run: 3 Bus: 159 Start run at the intersection of: W. Patrick Henry Rd at Pinehurst Forest Dr (7:32am). Continue on Pinehurst Forest Dr (turn around on Pine Green Rd). Continue on Pinehurst Forest Dr to Deep Spring Dr. Right on Deep Spring Dr (turn around at end). Continue back to Pinehurst Dr. Right on Pinehurst Forest Dr. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Quaker Church Rd (turn around before end of state maintenance). Left on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Right on Terry Rd. Right on Taylor Rd (turn around at Armadillo Lane). Right on Terry Rd. Left on Goshen Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Locust Run Dr (turn around at the end). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Derby Ridge Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Mountain Rd to Walton’s Tavern Rd (no p/u’s). Continue to school via: Right on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Run: 4 Bus: 66 Start run at the intersection of: Robert Terrell Rd at New Found Hills Lane (7:20am). Continue south on Robert Terrell Rd to W. Patrick Henry Rd. Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Right on Brown Pleasants Rd (turning around at the end). Right on W. Patrick Henry Rd. Right on Woodman Hall Rd. Left on Connie Hall Rd. Right on Beaver

Dam Rd (turn around at the Rescue Squad building). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Burnham Davis Rd (turning around at the end). Right on Mountain Rd to Bourne Rd (turn around). Right on Bethany Church Rd. Left on Canterbury Rd (P/U one student at 13200 Canterbury Rd). Proceed to school via: Left on St Peter’s Church Rd to South Anna Elementary. Run: 5 Bus: 44 Start run at the intersection of: Mabelton Rd at Gun Barrel Rd (7:27 am). Right on Gun Barrel Rd. Right on Mabelton Rd. Continue on Mabelton Rd to Pleasant Mill Rd. Left on Pleasant Mill Rd. Left on Old Ridge Rd. Left on Gun Barrel Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Right on Dunn Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Devonwood Rd (turn around at Oxshire Court). Right on Mountain Rd. Right on Bourne Rd. Left on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Proceed to South Anna Elementary via: Continue on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Left on Dunn’s Chapel Rd. Right on Saint Peters Church Rd to South Anna Elementary. 1. Note: Reverse for PM run. (See PM stop order in regards to Dunn Rd and Devonwood Rd for PM run directions. Run: 6 Bus: 36 Start run at the intersection of: Double Cedar Rd & Mountain Rd (7:25 am). P/U at intersection Double Cedar & Mountain Rd.Proceed east on Mountain Rd. (turn around at parking lot on right of Mtn. Rd just before. Gun Barrell Rd or the parking lot on left of Mtn. Rd just past Gun Barrell Rd.). Proceed on Mountain Rd to Hopeful Church Rd. Continue on Hopeful Church Rd. Right on Taylors Creek Rd (turn around at Boondock Ln. & Taylors Creek Rd.). Right on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Continue east on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Right on Spring Rd. Right on Vontay Rd. Right on Summer Ridge Place (turn around at the end). Left on Vontay Rd. Continue on Vontay Rd (turns into Octagon Circle Rd). Octagon Circle Rd to Factory Mill Rd. Left on Factory Mill Rd. Left on Mickie Town Rd (Go to end, approximately 1.5 miles, P/U student & turn around). Right on Factory Mill Rd. Right on Octagon Circle Rd (turns into Vontay Rd). Left on Dunn’s Chapel Rd. Right on St. Peter’s Church Rd to Fawnborough Rd. Continue to school via: St. Peter’s Church Rd and Walton’s Tavern Rd. Left on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary School. Note: Reverse run for PM. Run: 7 Bus: 321 Startrunat11451WatkinsRdat(7:31am). Continue on Watkins Rd to Dogwood trail Rd. Continue east on Dogwood Trail to Hanover Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Pony Farm Rd. Right on Gallop Lane (turn around at the end). Return to Hanover Rd. Left on Pinhook Rd. Left on Explorer Ridge Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Victoria Hills Rd (turn around at the end). Left on Pinhook Rd. Left on Turkey Rd. Left on Woodland Fox Lane (turn around at Hunting Horn). Left on Pinhook Rd. At Vontay Rd proceed to South Anna Elementary. Run: 8 Bus: 57 Start run at the intersection of: Cedar Glade Lane & Dogwood Trail (7:42 am). Cedar Glade Lane & Dogwood Trail. Continue west on Bienvenue Rd. Right on Dogwood Trail Rd. Left on Dogwood Trail Rd & Cedar Glade Rd ( turn around at entrance). Right on Dogwood Trail Rd to Grannys Lane (P/U). Left on Bienvenue Rd. Continue on Bienvenue Rd. Right on Old Country Rd (turn around at end). Right on Bienvenue Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd..Right on Dogwood Trail Rd. Right on Primrose Lane. Continue: to cross over Dogwood Trail & Rosemont Dr. Continue on Rosemont Dr to Echo Meadows Rd. Right

on Echo Meadows Rd. Left on Rockville Rd. Right on Pouncey Tract Rd (2 stops). Left on South Anna Dr. Left on Howards Mill Rd. Left on St. Peters Church Rd. Right on Waltons Tavern Rd. Continue to South Anna Elementary. Run: 9 Bus: 172 Start run at the intersection of: Pouncey Tract Rd at Shop Creek Rd (7:45am). Continue on Pouncey Tract Rd (south to southeast). Left on Walnut Hills Rd (go to end Walnut Hill Estates make loop in culdesac). Left on Henley Rd (turn around at MLC Lane). Continue back on Walnut Hill Rd. Left on Pouncey Tract Rd. Left on South Anna Dr. Left on Howard’s Mill Rd. Left on St. Peters Church Rd. Continue to school via: Right on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Run: 10 Bus: 194 Start run at the intersection of: Pouncey Tract Rd and Mile Branch Rd (7:45 am). Left on Ashland Rd. Left on Abner Church Rd. Left on Howards Mill Rd. Left on Pouncey Tract Rd to 15376 Pouncey Tract ( turn in circle Dr, 1st house on left). Right on Pouncey Tract Rd. Right on Howard’s Mill Rd. Continue to school via: Left on St. Peters Church Rd. Right on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Note: Reverse directions for PM run. Run 11 Bus 281 Start run at intersection of: Greenwood Church Rd at Ashland/ Blanton Rd (7:30 am). Continue north on Greenwood Church Rd to Farrington Rd. Left on Farrington Rd. Right on Palmers Way. Left on Foxford Lane (P/U at Foxford Ln & Bud Ln. , turn around at intersection). Right on Palmers Way. Right on Farrington Rd. Right on Mountain Rd stop at 16400 Mtn. Rd and turn around). Proceed on Mountain Rd. Right on Stone Horse Creek Rd. Cross over Auburn Mill Rd (turn around at 2nd Dr on left). Left on Auburn Mill Rd. Right on Woodstock Rd (turn around at the end). Right on Auburn Mill Rd. Right on Auburn Mill Rd to St. Peter’s Church Rd. Continue to school via: Left on St. Peter’s Church Rd. Right on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Note: Reverse run directions for PM. Run: 12 Bus: 285 Start run at the intersection of: Greenwood Church Rd at Patrick Meadows Way (7:35am). Left on Patrick Meadows Way (turn around at end). Right on Henry Forest Way (turn around at end). Right on Patrick Meadows Way. Left on Greenwood Church Rd. Right on Scotchtown Rd. Right on Mountain Rd (no p/u’s). Right on Sir Walker Dr (turn around at end). Left on Mountain Rd. Continue on Mountain Rd to Mountain Run subdivision. Left on Palmer’s Way (turn around at Tates Way, 2nd Rd on your left). Continue back on Palmer’s Way (Bus stop at Kellys Ford Lane). Right on Mountain Rd. Left on Walton’s Tavern Rd to South Anna Elementary. Run: 13 Bus: 183 Start run( prior) to intersection of Mountain Rd and Bethany Church Rd (7:40am). P/U’s on Bethany Church Rd prior to intersection of Mtn. Rd. Left on Mountain Rd. Left into Montpelier Center (Circle Parking Lot). Left on Clazemont Rd. Left on Taylor’s Creek Rd. Left on Bethany Church Rd. Right on Wedged Stone Dr (turn around at Taylors Overlook Court). Right on Bethany Church Rd. Left on Pryor Lane (turn around at the end). Right on Bethany Church Rd. Left on Canterbury Rd. Left on St. Peter’s Church Rd to South Anna Elementary. Reverse run directions for PM.


MECHANICSVILLE CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD

INDEPENDENT BAPTIST

Mechanicsville Christian Center, 8061 Shady Grove Road – Sun. Srvcs. 9 & 10:30 am; SS 9am; Kids Church 10:30am; Mid & HS ministries on Sun. & Thurs. nights. 746-4303 or www.mccag.org

Truth Baptist Church Independent, friendly We are a new church that loves people! Meeting at: The Meadowbridge 7th Day Adventist Church, 7410 Pole Green rd. Sunday School-9:40a.m. Worship service-10:30a.m. Sunday evening - 6:00p.m. Pastor Erik Hastings Call for Wed. location (804) 627-2170 www.truthbaptistonline.org

DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Trinity Christian Church, 8469 Atlee Rd. 746-4838. A Gateway to God’s Transforming Loving Grace. Sunday School 9:30am, Worship 10:45am & a Tues. Service 8am Gregory L. Ott, Pastor Amantha Barbee, Minster of Music Helen Simpson, LCSW, Minister of Counseling

EPISCOPAL All SOULS CHURCH Worship at 9:30am on the 2nd, 3rd & 4th Sundays at Cool Spring Elem. School 9964 Honey Meadows Rd. Mech. Barbara Marques, Interim Vicar www.allsoulsva.org IMMANUEL Episcopal Welcomes You! 3263 Old Church Rd. Summer Schedule thru Sept. 5th, Sun. 10am Holy Eucharist. Nursery 9:45-11:15. Refresh. after 10am 779-3454 immanueloc.org St. Paul’s Episcopal Church , Rte 301 & 54, Hanover Courthouse, VA 23069, Summer Schedule: Holy Eucharist 8 & 10am with Lemonade on Lawn after both services. A nursery is available for infants and toddlers at the 10am service. Rev. Jack Sutor 537-5516. stpaulshanover.com

EVANGELICAL FRIENDS 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.

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 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

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, Joe Thompson, Youth Minister, Rose Williams, Children’s Director. fairmountchristian.org Liberty Christian Church 8137 Liberty Circle, 746-8412 Sunday Services: Bible School 9:45am AM Worship 10:45am, Wed. Bible Study & Youth 6:00pm Minister: Shawn Williams libertychristianva.com Liberty Christian School Preschool-7th grade 746-3062 LCS Administrator: Margaret Greer libertychristianschool.org Pole Green Church of Christ 8319 Lee Davis Rd. 746-3376, 9am Sunday School; 10am Morning Worship; 7pm Evening Worship; 7pm Wednesday Bible Study Senior Minister, Danny Stalls. 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 St Paul Lutheran Church (LCMS) @ Bennett’s Chapel, 8014 Lee Davis Rd. 427-7500 saintpaul-lcms.com Rev. Rod Bitely, Pastor, Worship Service 10:30am. Nursery Provided.

NAZARENE Hanover Church of the Nazarene - Come Experience the Transformational Life. Relevant Teaching & Vibrant worship each week at 10:45 AM. 8391 Atlee Road Mech. VA 23116 746-3900. www.hanoverlife.com

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Rural Point Baptist Church Independent Baptist (KJV) 6548 Studley Road, Mechanicsville, VA 23116 (804) 730-3226 Sunday School - 10 am, Sunday Worship Services - 11 am & 6 pm Wednesday Evening Bible Study - 7 pm Check us out on the web, or better yet, come visit us! www.ruralpointbaptist.com

Speaking Spirit Ministries Non denominational worship services, Sun. 11am Wilder Middle School, 6900 Wilkinson Road. 804-254-0123 www.speakingspirit.org

Email us at news@mechlocal.com

Email us at news@mechlocal.com

TMH-The Master’s House, 303A Ashcake Rd., Ashland, Sunday 10AM, Wednesday 7PM, Kids Min., Teen Media Ctr., 789-9291; www.mastershouse.net

SOUTHERN BAPTIST

PRESBYTERIAN MECHANICSVILLE PRESBYTERIAN Atlee & Signal Hill Rd. Carol C. Fisher, Pastor 746-5496 Summer Schedule: 10 am Worship 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

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. Church 781-0330. www.blackcreek.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. 746-0800. For information & activities, call or visit www.coolspring.org Fairmount Memorial Baptist Church Celebrate Jesus with us on Sundays in Bible Study for all ages at 9:15am. Morning Worship 10:30am, & evening worship at 5:30pm. Child care is available for all services. The church is located on Mech. Trnpk, Hwy 360, just east of Laburnum Ave., and 2.2 miles west of 295. For info., call 329.5420. Family Life Baptist Church. Meeting at Laurel Meadows Elementary School, 8248 Lee Davis Rd. Mech. Sunday Service, 10:30am Pastor Paul McDaniel, 804-803-0363 familylifehanover.com First Union Baptist Church, 6231 Pole Green Road (3 miles east of 295) We invite you to worship and grow in the spirit with us. Join us for church school at 8:45am & morning worship at 10am, community bible study 11am & 7:30pm each Wed. 746-4095 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 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

New Bethesda Baptist Church 9019 New Bethesda Rd. 779-2101 Todd Combee, Pastor Sun. School 9:30AM, Worship 10:45 am. Bible Study 6 pm. Prayer Service, Wed. 6:45pm. Youth activities; Sunday 6-7:30 pm, Wed. 6:45-8:00pm. 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 Northside Baptist, 7600 Studley Road 746-4952 www.northsideva.org Worship 10:15am, Bible Study 9:00am Wed. activities for all ages: 5:30-7:30pm 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. Mech. VA. 23116 Rev. Kanguk Lee. 746-4719. Come & Join us for Worship each Sun. 11am (Nursery prov) Sun. School, 9:45am for all ages. 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 NEW SONG CHURCH Contemporary worship band, quality ministries for children & youth, casual dress. Chad Herndon, Pastor. 7450 Colt’s Neck Rd, Sun. at 9 & 10:30 a.m. 559-6064 www.newsongumc.org 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

To advertise, email us at

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

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

59


CLASSIFIEDS HOUSES UNFURNISHED

Residential for Rent ∫ NORTHSIDE/HANOVER MECHANICSVILLE WINDMILL WAY APTS. 2 bdrm apts. $645/mo. W/D in unit. No dogs. Avail. now. 804-592-2280 Shockoe Properties ajohnston@shockoeproperties.com

Homes for Sale Farm House 2 story Hanover To Be Moved- built 1920, 2 story frame, old style 5 panel doors, pinewood floor, 3 chimneys, 1 fp. Upstairs- 3 bed, 1 ba. Downstairs- 1 bed, 1 ba. liv, dining, hall, kit, enclosed porch. Does not include any land! Only the structure. Must be moved 804-746-7927 cell 770-845-0133 $8200 USD

Residential for Rent ∫ APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED LakeRidge Square Apartments, Voted Hanover’s Best for 2010! Your "Home" , Our " Pleasure" Spacious 2BR/2BA Apartment Homes. Water/WasherDryer/Alarm and all Appliances included Prices from $810! www.lakeridgesquare.com 804-550-2676 804-550-3566 Fax 2 miles from VCC Mall and all conveniences! Mechanicsville Now Leasing 2-bdrm/1-ba. spacious apts. Special $680/mo. incl. water, sewer & trash. Friendly, Quiet community. Available immediately. Additional discount for seniors. Call 746-5525 for details

APARTMENTS FURNISHED Furnished Efficiency Apt. Private, NS. No Pets. Richmond East. All util. + cable incl. W/D, Sofa, Loveseat, Queen Bed. Avail Now. N/S. Envir. $500/mo + dep. 12 mo. lease. 804-337-1117

HOUSES UNFURNISHED 7935 Wynbrook Ln. 2171 finished sq. ft. 3-bdrm, 3bath, liv., din & huge fam. rms, 18ft patio, 2-car garage & 24 ft. workshop w/electric. $1375/mo. includes water & sewer.+ $1,000 security deposit. Call 307-0979 ASHLAND DUPLEX- 2 BR 1 BA with Large Yard in a quiet neighborhood. No pets. Deposit & Credit Report required. Available September 1st. $850. per mo. Call 387-5659 Mech - Hunterbrook Circle. Newly remodeled rancher 2800 sq ft, 4 bdrms, 3 ba., full basement. All electric w/2 car detached garage and paved driveway. Centrally located with great schools. $1,200/mo. + security dep. Call 804-530-0091

The Mechanicsville Local

MECHANICSVILLE - 8109 Elder Trail, sweet as pie, 3 bdrm 2 ba., country kitchen, sunroom, luxury rancher. Hanover HS, Studley area. Immediate. No pets. Owner agent. $1200/mo. 804-730-1497. MECH - ATLEE SCHOOLS 4 BR 2.5 BA 2,600 sq ft. Fenced in Yard. $1495. month + security deposit. Call 804-357-9798

GENERAL REAL ESTATE

60

Cape Cod- 4BR 2 BA in High Point Farms. Refrigerator, range, washer & dryer. Available September 6th. $1100. mo. Call 746-3780 Dutch Colonial - 3or4 BR 1.5 BA in Old Mech. Sun room, dining room, living room, kitchen. Available September 15th. $1000. mo Call 746-3780.

Mech - near Burkwood Club Drive, Hanover High district. Large fenced yard. Appliances included. Pets negotiable. Call 730-6311

ROOMMATES Responsible Roommate Needed, Room is upstairs, own 1/2 bath, share a shower, kitchen, drive, & entrance. $600/mo util. incl. Pets neg. Contact Allison, 804-513-6228. Credit score & refer. a plus. To share apartment in Mechanicsville Master bedroom w/private bath. $400/mo. + 1/2 utilities. Cat friendly. Call 730-1565

ROOMS FOR RENT 1 BR + your own den. $650/mo. util. incl. Available now. Call 781-0036

Business & Service Directory ADULT CARE ADULT Assisted LivingLive in home. Large private rooms. Experienced 24 hour care. 804-307-6344 ADULT PRIVATE HOME - offering 24/7 care in our home. 18 years experience. References available. Located near Memorial Regional Hospital. Call 804-559-3316.

CHILD CARE

PLACE YOUR AD TODAY

(804) 746-1235 ext. 3

FAX: (804) 730-0476 or classifieds@mechlocal.com PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Bonding Cox Bonding Company Inc.

Confidential Gail’s the key thatthatsetssetsyou 24-Hour Service Bubba’s the key youfree free Box 6441, 730-4906 cell 221-1513 Gail Worsham, Manager Ashland, VA 23005 Bubba Worsham, Manager CHILD CARE Immediate Opening for 6 weeks to 2 yrs. old. 17 years experience. Over 90 graduates. Call 730-6337 Just Like Home Child Care has immediate openings for ages 1-3. Call 730-8998. MOM with 19 years experience has before & after school openings. MES. Near Memorial Regional. EMT trained. Call 730-2509 or 615-1342. Part Time and After School care in my Battlefield Green Subdivision home. Pole Green Elementary School. Call 803-0331

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING AN EYE FOR DETAIL Experienced. Excellent References. Fall Specials! Free Estimates. Call 262-2603 Call Diane with Hollins Specialties Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly Bonded and Insured 543-3971 Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 for more details!

ADVERTISE

A complete educational program with the warmth of a home environment is avail. for your child. Ages 2 1/2- 5. Exc. preparation for kindergarten. M-F, 7:30-5:30pm. 295/Rt. 301. 262-7768 Afterschool Care. WHES. Experienced mom has openings for afterschool care. Snacks & homework help provided. $60 per week. Stacy 789-0817 Child Care for All Ages. Infants welcome. Mechanicsville Elementary School district. Lots of Experience. Great Rates! 723-5236

CHILD CARE offered in my Shady Grove Home. Mechanicsville Elementary school district. Call 427-7757 or 922-3005 FT/PT openings in a Great, Learning & Loving Day Care. 25 yrs exp. 909-2333.

September 1, 2010

CLEANING & HOUSEKEEPING T-N-T Cleaning Inc. offers regular & Spring cleaning for res/comm. & new construction. Bonded. Ins. Call 746-8805 "Victorian Lady" House & Apartment cleaning. Great work & Rates. References. Call 723-4453

HAULING FREE HAULING of Scrap Metal in Mechanicsville area Cash paid for Junk Cars Call Russ at 559-5130 Junk, Trash Removal, Appliances, furn, complete clean out, attics & basements. 559-3074

POWER WASHING Affordable Powerwash Houses, Roofs, Decks, Lic & Ins. Call 550-2345

SEPTIC TANK SERVICES BURNETT’S Septic Service 804-798-5428 or 304-2356 "Call us to pump your septic tank."

Announcements FOUND FOUND: Beige, Male Cocker Spaniel in the Old Church Area. Please Call 779-7876

GENERAL & SPECIAL NOTICES NEW 9U SOFTBALL TRAVEL TEAM Looking for 2-experienced players to join the team. Call 804-244-2907 for private tryout.

Merchandise MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS WANTED CASH PAID Diabetic Test Strips MOST BRANDS Will pay up to $20+ for unexpired, sealed boxes! Karen 592-1238 ezteststrips@gmail.com

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE

Call 746-1235 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Local in print and online! Ask how you can reach over 63,000 households in Mechanicsville, Powhatan, Goochland and Chesterfield!

Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. 218-0680 Firewood - Oak & Hickory. Small & Large Load Delivered. 804-746-1281

To advertise, email us at

sales@mechlocal.com


Fall Home & Garden

Looking for a way to reach homeowners with your products and services? Advertise in our upcoming Fall Home and Garden section and reach the readers you most want to target. This special section covers a wide range of home improvement and gardening topics. Advertise alongside the feature that best relates to your business and watch sales improve!

Publication Date: September 15, 2010 Ad Space/Copy Deadline: September 9, 2010 Call today to reserve your space! 804-746-1235 or sales@mechlocal.com

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

61


HEALTH CARE

Transportation

Pets & Animals

AUTOS FOR SALE

CATS

1929 Ford Model A Roadster Convertible w/Rumble Seat. Nice Condition. Runs well. Original motor. $16,500. Call 804-598-2164

Classifieds are on the Move! You now have the option to text a classified ad you read in the paper, right to your phone! Reach a large and continually growing audience of mobile users.

Here’s How It Works:

804-441-4314 WE BUY JUNK CARS $100 & UP!!!

∂ Text the keyword number (example: RS 5555) listed in ad to your phone.

ûFREE TOWING û - No Title Needed. $225 & up Cash Paid for all Junk cars/trucks. Call 804-247-8640

∂ You will receive a text message linking you to the ad. Click that link to view. ∂ You then have the option(s) to click to call, click to email, forward to a friend or save to your phone. For details call

ûWANTED û Abandoned Junk Cars Pay $175 up to $1,000 No title needed. 804-677-0156

Employment GENERAL HELP

(804) 746-1235.

Afterschool care needed for middle school girl with special needs. Oak Knoll School. 233-2737 or llevy11@aol.com Previous inquiries, please call back!

DOGS Bloodhound Pups - AKC, reds, blk & tan, big bone, lots of wrinkles, vet ck, shots, deworming, 7 wks. $400. 449-6259 TD 1059 LAB PUPPIES - AKC, yellow, 2 litters, Vet checked, Wormed & Shots. Guaranteed. $400 Call 804-543-4821

Education & Instruction

Are you technically inclined? Can you troubleshoot pre-manufactured systems? Are you a motivated self-started and able to work with minimal on site supervision? Do you follow through on issues you might discover on a job site and work to resolve them? Do you like to work outdoors in heat and cold? You must be at least 25 years old and have a good driving record with active Virginia licensure. Must be able to work outdoors in heat and cold and able to lift 50 pounds. Must have basic computer skills. Must be able to interact with the public, speak well and write in complete sentences using basic good grammar. Must be drug free! Please submit your resume for review to CPEG, LLC, P.O. Box 236, New Kent, VA 23124. We have several salaried positions that work M-F day hours and must take weekend call on rotation.

ARTS & MUSIC PIANO LESSONS - Beginners-Advanced Music Degree. Scholarships avail. 746-0062

Available PT opening for cleaning. Great Pay. Serious Inquiries Only. Call 938-5181

Piano Lessons - Catherine Castleberry in the DeLane Floyd Studio off Atlee Road. Beginner students & up. Call 804-366-9021 or email: catcastlepiano@gmail.com

INSTRUCTION & TUTORING PIANO LESSONS - 7 years old - Senior Adults. Creative & Computer activities included. Teacher of 30 years Experience. References Available. Call 779-0489

The Mechanicsville Local

WANTED AUTOS A. J. ’S JUNK CAR REMOVAL

∂ Enter short code 88788 into your mobile phone.

62

2000 Pontiac Firebird Convertible. V6, AT, CD, all power. Pewter; Blk Lthr. 134k mi. One Owner; Great Cond. $6,950. 804-909-5397

Heavy Equipment Mechanic- Must be experienced with heavy equipment service and repair. Grade/Pipe Foreman - Must have min. 5 years experience. Site Concrete Foreman - Must have min. 5 years experience. P i p e l a y e r s - Must be experienced with Storm/Sanitary/Water pipe installation. Fax resume to 804-561-5888 or e-mail to: sitexcav8tor@aol.com

September 1, 2010

Tired of the heat? Consider a cool new job at Hanover Health & Rehabilitation. RN Unit Manager Attention All RN’s!! Have you always dreamed of having your own wing? Does the idea of directly managing a 60-bed skilled unit consisting of complex nursing and rehabilitation patients excite you? If you are up for the challenge, we have the ideal position waiting for you. Motivation, excellent customer service, communication and team building skills, positive attitude, flexibility, strong clinical base, and 5 or more years of management experience will place you in a top position at Hanover’s finest rehab center. What are you waiting for? Apply today and join a winning team.

Social Worker/Discharge Planning Excellent opportunity to join a winning team as Director of Discharge Planning for Hanover’s finest rehab center. If you are a take charge type of person who shines when it comes to seeing a project thru to the end your job satisfaction awaits you. Here you would be in charge of expediting and coordinating patient discharge planning initiatives from day of admit thru day of discharge. You would also be directing and supervising your discharge coordinator. The balance of your day is spent providing all other comprehensive medically related social services identified for the patient. If you hold a degree in Social Work or Human Services and have two years of related experience in a healthcare setting, your dream job could be as close as Mechanicsville. Take charge and apply today to get the jump on other candidates!

GENERAL HELP Property Manager - Individual or married couple to live on-site and manage small rooming house business. Responsiblities includes rentals plus light maintenance and housekeeping. Reply to propmgr2311@aol.com or call 804-836-7081.

Legal Notices PROPOSALS, SEALED BIDS, RFPS INVITATION TO BID MBE/WBE SUBCONTRACTORS & SUPPLIERS: Poteet Pump Station Improvements 10-020909-2111TL, Hanover County, VA. J.L.W. Associates, Inc. is looking for proposals in the following areas: Pipe Suppliers; Electrical; Fence; Turf & Grasses and Precast Concrete. Will forward the information necessary to bid, if interested call our office at (301)475-5747 or fax your request to (301)475-5752 or jlw.associates@verizon.net. Proposals are due in our office by end of business Wednesday, 09/08/10.

ADVERTISE

Also recruiting for:

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST – SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Come join our family. To apply please fax your resume to 804.559.5036, email twallace@mfa.net, or apply in person at 8139 Lee Davis Road and remember to mention your salary requirement. We are conveniently located close to I-295 and 360 in beautiful Hanover County.

GENERAL HELP Local Lawn Care Co looking for energetic PT or seasonal worker. Experience a plus. Must have valid drivers license. Call 769-3090

Call 746-1235 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Local in print and online! Ask how you can reach over 63,000 households in Mechanicsville, Powhatan, Goochland and Chesterfield!

HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS CARPENTRY Affordable Home Repairs Carpentry, Roofing, Siding, Replacement Windows Gutters & Decks. Lic/Ins. Jim Martin, 347-3812 Epps Carpentry & Home Repair Licensed and Insured Free Estimates 804-690-0494

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

DRIVEWAYS -SEASON SPECIAL- Load of Driveway Stone, delivered & tailgate spread, $195. Top Soil $175/ per load. Also available driveway grading & bushogging. Call 400-9957

Email us at news@mechlocal.com

DRIVEWAYS Stoneman Paving Co. Inc. Res/Com. Asphalt, Concrete, Seal Coating & Striping, Driveways, Patios, & Pool Decks. Lic/Ins. 20 yrs. exp. 746-9102 stonemanpaving.com

ELECTRICAL "Affordable Prices" Norris Electric Inc. Professional work. Comm. - Res. & Lic. - Ins. Over 25 years Experience. Kenny Norris, 730-9146

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

Danny Electric Specializing in Residential Service. Professional work that you can afford! Lic/Ins. Danny Hinton, 804-640-5044


HOME IMPROVEMENT SPECIALISTS GENERAL CONTRACTORS

S. F. Barnes IV Home Improvement

• Sheds • Decks • Siding • Gutters • Wood Rot Repair • Plumbing • Tile Work • Bathrooms • Sidewalks • Foundation & Brick Repair • Roof Repair • Interior Trim • Shelving • Power Washing • Replacement Windows • Storm Doors

HEATING/AC

F. MYERS

CALL 737-1439 or 305-2491 ELECTRICAL Lloyds Electrical Service Inc. For all your wiring needs. Res. & Comm. Class-A, Lic & Ins. Free Estimates. 746-3650 / 909-2253

FENCING **Fence Scapes** Custom Wood, Chain-Link, Vinyl, Aluminum. Lic. & Ins. Free Est. 559-8797 *SUPERIOR FENCE CO* for the BEST VALUE on a Quality Wood Fence. Call 559-2211 Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates. Winters Fencing 627-2935 Best Prices! Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates.

GARAGES/GARAGE DOORS Mechanicsville Garage Door Sales & Service. 254-0398

GENERAL CONTRACTORS All your carpentry needs. Decks, Kitchens, Baths, Home Improvements. No job too small. Free Est. Lic/Ins. Call 804-253-4083 / 277-8046 Construction Unlimited. Most Anything. Excavate, Build, Renovate. Wetland too! Licensed & Insured. bob.smiley@gmail.com 804-556-3835 Ritchie Home Improvement - Additions, Decks, Garages, Screened Porches, Sheds, Windows & Siding. Repairs & Improvements of all sizes. Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates. Call 512-7441 Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 for more details!

PLUMBING It "Fitz" Plumbing 30 Years Experience Repair & Renovation Call 804-767-0979

A/C & Heating

Save Money with High Efficiency Systems Licensed & Insured 20+ yrs. Experience Free Estimates

730-8518 HANDYMAN Handyman All types of repairs & painting. Call 746-8310 HANDYMAN SERVICES Carpentry, Painting, Drywall. No Job Is Too Small. Lic/Ins 804-338-2436

Specializing in adaptations for special needs.

HEATING/AC

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

HOME REPAIRS Drywall Repairs- Small jobs welcome. Clean & Dependable. Licensed & Insured 30 years experience. Dean~ 803-8417 Herring Home ImprovementWindows, Decks, Sheds, Repairs. Licensed & Insured. Call 537-5755 ROY’S Home Repair & Hauling No job too small! Licensed & Insured. Call 690-9992 Stanley Home Improvement Repairs inside & out, No job too small. Door/Window Lic/ Ins. Ken 262-8845

HOUSEWASHING BL&G Powerwashing Lic / Ins. Houses, Decks, Fences etc. Deck Sealing & Staining avail. Free Est, Donald Cassity 317-9156, 779-0349. Call VA Powerwash Homes at $125., Roofs at $200. etc. Free Estimates. MC/Visa. BBB 426-6080 Hanover Handy Services - P o w e r w a s h i n g Houses, Decks, Gutters Licensed & Insured. Call 363-8393 JAY-M’S POWER WASHING Houses, Decks, Driveways Free Estimates 730-4969 / 363-6988 Perdue’s Power Washing Est. 1995 Res/Comm. House, decks, sealing gutter cleaning, fences, cement, roofs. Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates Call Ernie Perdue, 328-1668

Email us at news@mechlocal.com or sports@mechlocal.com

ROOFING Serving the greater Richmond area • Residential & commercial service • Preventative maintenance agreements • System replacements • Custom ductwork design • Complete installation of heating and air conditioning systems

A Class A Licensed & Insured Contractor Owners: Heath Denton • Billy Keenan

804-706-6882

A W Austin/ Q R & R Vinyl Siding, Thermal Windows, Seamless Alum. gutters, Roofing & Painting, 5 yr. warr. Free Est. Class A #2705-042498A. Insured. Call 226-9293. Davidson Roofing Co. Residential roofing & repair specialist. Lic/ Ins. GAF authorized installer. Free Est George Davidson 804-672-0540 / 804-263-5121. BBB.

LAWN CARE

TILE

NORMAN’S TREE & LAWN CARE SERVICE. GRASS CONTRACTS, MULCHING & MORE. FREE EST. LICENSED & INSURED. CALL 769-7197

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

1 RJ. Davis Lawn Care, Inc. Complete Lawn Care Service, 798-0492 rjdavislawncare.com All types of landscaping, Grass Cutting, storm cleanup, trash hauling, powerwashing, gutter cleaning, leaf removal, painting & MORE! Senior Citizens Discount. Call 572-1108 or 737-8731 KJLC Commercial Grounds Maintenance Commercial & Residential Landscape Grading, Pavers, Sidewalk, Patios & Retaining Walls, Drainage, Weed Control, Fertilization, Aeration, Seeding, Pruning, Mulch. Call 746-0827 Mulch - 746-1281 Bark Mulch Shredded & Colored Mulch. Small/Large Loads Delivered. Neat & Green Lawn Service Fully Insured Call 543-9979 SANDY VALLEY Lawn Care Inc. Planting & Pruning. Complete Lawn Care. Insured. Free Estimates. 779-7046 S.M. LOVING Landscaping - Complete Lawn Care mowing, core aeration, seeding, fertilizing, mulching & leaf removal. Call for a Fall Specials 439-1464 or 633-1453. Waves of Rain Irrigation, LLC. Install, Service Work & Repair. Core Aeration. Call Matt, 332-0998

PAINTING ALLSHOUSE PAINTING Powerwashing, Sheet Rock Repairs. Gutter Cleaning. 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

PLUMBING Gary’s Plumbing Repair Service. Lic./Ins. 218-1467

TREE SERVICE ADAM S. MEDEK MEDEK TREE SERVICE, INC. Residential & Commercial 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 People’s Tree Service- Professional work at a reasonable rate. Ins. Free Est. Mulch. Call 730-2163 ELLIS TREE SERVICE, LLC. Mike Ellis, Cert. Arborist MA-5162A Take Downs, Trimming, Stump Grinding 24 Hr. Emergency Services Available Competitive Pricing - Over 18 yrs. Exp. Insured / Free Estimates 746-4408 Ernie’s Tree Service - Trimming, Removal & Stump Grinding. Free Est. 75ft. Bucket Truck. BBB. 730-6563 or 833-9663 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- Licensed & Insured Free Estimastes Call 769-7197 or 387-3161 Shady Tree Service Trimming, Topping, Tree & Stump Removal, Firewood. Lic. & Ins. / Res. & Comm. 804-937-3671 William A. Silva Jr., Owner/Operator

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

ADVERTISE Call 746-1235 to find out about upcoming opportunities to advertise with The Local in print and online! Ask how you can reach over 63,000 households in Mechanicsville, Powhatan, Goochland and Chesterfield!

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

63


These last few weeks Before the Start of... are a great time to Let Tripp find you a new home or sell your current one.

Tripp Hogg Call 804-427-5110 & 804-382-5022

Breathtaking Transitional w/ almost 4,700 sq. ft., full finished basement w/ music room, full bath, & Huge Rec Room w/ Kitchenette. Gracious formal rms, kitchen w/ Cherry cabinets & stainless steel appliances, FR w/ gas FP, 4 BR’s including a master suite w/ Luxury bath w/ a jetted tub, 26x24 attached garage, finished 3rd flr, dimensional roof, and tons more sitting on over an acre lot! VIRTUAL TOUR $450,000.

Gorgeous Home featuring over 3,000 sq. ft., 5 BR’s including a master suite & deluxe bath w/ a jetted tub, tons of wd flrs, kitchen w/ Granite countertops & stainless steel appliances, FR w/ brick FP & builtin shelves, formal rooms, 2-car rear entry garage, whole house generator, 14 seer HVAC system, 1 Acre Lot & More. One of Hanover’s Most Desirable Neighborhoods! VIRTUAL TOUR $415,000.

BRICK FRONT TRANSITIONAL ALMOST AN ACRE LOT

PERFECT FOR ENTERTAINING VERY OPEN FLOOR PLAN

BEAUTIFUL UPDATED TRANSITIONAL-ASH CREEK

Tasteful Transitional w/ tons of wd flrs & elegant moldings, 2,562 sq. ft. plus 448 sq. ft. ready to finish 3rd flr, formal rooms, kitchen w/ a sunny breakfast nook, FR w/ gas fp, 4 BR’s including a spacious master suite w/ deluxe bath, 2-zone heating & cooling, 2-car garage, screen porch, rear deck, full irrigation system plus One Year ERA WarVIRTUAL TOUR ranty! $324,450.

WELL-KEPT COLONIAL FOX HEAD

GREAT PRICE IN ATLEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

A TY ER RAN R A W

Almost 3,700 sq. ft., formal rooms w/ wd floors, beautiful 2-story FR w/ gas FP, huge kitchen w/ ceramic tile flrs, Corian countertops & maple cabinets, incredible master suite w/ 2 walk-in closets & sitting area, dual staircases, 1st flr office, rear deck, fenced backyard w/ manicured landscaping, ERA Warranty plus a 2-car garage. VIRTUAL TOUR $397,999.

Gorgeous & Upgrades Galore! Brick front, vinyl siding & windows, full brick front porch, almost 3,350 sq. ft., wood flrs throughout, vaulted FR, kitchen w/ Granite counters, Florida room, 1st flr master, Huge Rec Room w/ separate entrance, 275 unfinished sq. ft., 3 Zone HVAC System and more! Landscaping Maintained By ComVIRTUAL TOUR munity! $374,900.

5.1 Acres of Serenity and Tranquility Overlooking The Breathtaking Pollard Creek. First Offering Ever And You Will Not Believe The Views. Over 2,800 square feet. Two-Story Family Room With Tons Of Glass, Full Basement, And Vaulted Master Suite. Awesome Deck and Gazebo For Your Enjoyment. Hot Tub And All The Appliances Convey. This Is A Fantastic Opportunity Not To Be Missed!!

PRICED TO MAKE YOU MOVE!

OVER 2,500 SQ. FT. TRANSITIONAL

ONE-OWNER HOME IN KINGS CHARTER

2,650 square feet, two story foyer, formal rooms w/ wood floors, 4 BR’s including a vaulted master w/ two walk-in closets, spacious eat-in kitchen, awesome fenced back yard w/ deck and patio, family room w/ gas fp, full size utility room, all appliances convey, and natural gas heat & central air. $319,950

Over 2,500 sq. ft. sitting on a large wooded lot. Brand new Granite in open kitchen, all wd flrs thruout first flr, new Friese carpet upstairs, freshly painted thruout, huge vaulted master suite w/2 walk-ins & deluxe bath, massive rear deck, 2-car garage, vinyl siding & more. $308,900.

STUNNING UPGRADES

PICTURE PERFECT TOWNHOUSE

BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED & UPDATED!

All brick Rancher, replacement windows thruout, tons of refinished wd flrs, 3 spacious BR’s, 2 full baths, large family room w/brick fp w/ gas logs, full size utility room, huge screen porch, detached tool shed, fenced back yard, newer HVAC, newer roof, one year ERA Warranty all in award-winning Atlee High School VIRTUAL TOUR District! $209,950

Over 1,400 sq. ft., 3 BR’s, 2 full baths, formal dining room w/ wood floors, living room w/ wood floors & brick fireplace, kitchen with all appliances. Full-size utility room w/ washer & dryer, maintenance-free vinyl siding, front porch, concrete patio, and detached tool shed. Great Investment Property! VIRTUAL TOUR $167,500

BEAUTIFUL SOUTHERN LIVING CAPE COD

BEAUTIFUL UPDATED HOME IN HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT

VIRTUAL TOUR

Over 1,700 sq. ft. of amazing upgrades. New vinyl siding & windows, awesome Granite kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, over $11,000 spent in upgraded floor coverings, spacious master suite plus two other big BR’s, large deck overlooking private fenced backyard, paved drive and So Much More! VIRTUAL TOUR $214,950.

MOVE-IN CONDITION IN OAKLEY HILL

“ONE OF THE LAST HOUSES BUILT IN ASH CREEK”

AMAZING RENOVATION AND VALUE!

BRICK FRONT IN MILESTONE

OA

ASH

WA E RR RA AN T

D EK L O S CRE

Beautiful Transitional w/ 3,700 sq. ft., formal rooms w/ wd flrs, two-story FR w/ built-in bookcases, 1st-flr office, 5 bedrms, 2-zone heating & cooling, 2-car side entry garage, vinyl siding & windows, awesome fenced backyard w/ tons of landscaping, screen porch, custom stone paver patio, irrigation system plus one-year ERA warranty. $429,000. VIRTUAL TOUR

A TY ER RAN R WA

VIRTUAL TOUR

D L O S

Y

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN TY

KLE

WA E RR RA AN TY

Almost 2,100 sq. ft. vinyl-sided Colonial. Atlee High School District, 4 BR’s plus a sitting room off master, walk-up attic and garage is perfect for storage, 2-zone heating & cooling, formal rooms w/wood floors, front country porch, paved drive and One-Year ERA Warranty. VIRTUAL TOUR $249,950.

WA E RR RA AN TY

Beautiful Colonial w/over 2,300 square feet on a large 1/3 acre wooded lot in the Hanover High School District. New granite in kitchen plus updated appliances, formal living & dining rooms, family room w/fireplace, master suite with large walk-in closet, access to walk-up attic plus a deluxe bath w/separate tub & shower, 2-car garage, 2-zone HVAC, rear deck plus ERA One-Year WarVIRTUAL TOUR ranty. $260,250.

D ILL L O S YH

A TY ER RAN R WA

Open Kitchen w/ Granite, Tasteful Colors Thruout, Grand Master Suite w/ Sitting Area & Freshly Tiled Bath w/ Separate Tub & Shower, Three Other Big Bedrooms, Formal Rooms, Family Room w/ Gas FP, Tons of Wd Flrs, Vinyl Siding, Two-Car Garage, Fenced Backyard, Full Irrigation & More! This House Is A True VIRTUAL TOUR Gem! $328,000.

3 BR’s w/ almost 1,300 sq. ft., new interior paint, new Friese carpet on 1st flr, newly tiled baths w/ nickel hardware, kitchen w/ new ceramic tiled flr, new countertops, new tile backsplash & new stainless steel appliances, rear privacy fenced recently, power washed & stained, electric heat pump & central air plus so much more! $139,770

Move-in condition!! Over 3,100 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, formal rooms w/ wood floors, family room w/ gas FP, kitchen w/ huge nook area, rec room, two-car attached garage, rear deck, wrap around front porch, 2-zone gas heat/central air, rear stairs sitting on a ¾-acre lot! $325,000.

VIRTUAL TOUR

$350,000.

D L O S

1,400 sq. ft., new paint inside & out, new kitchen w/ new Granite, tile floors & stainless steel appliances, new windows, relined FP, new Friese carpet in BR’s, formal rooms, dimensional roof, electric heat pump & central air, new Trex stoop w/ vinyl rails, 3 car garage, on a Private & Wooded 3 VIRTUAL TOUR Acre Lot. $199,950.

D NE L O S STO

MILE

Beautiful Transitional on an awesome cul-de-sac lot, almost 2,900 sq. ft., open floor plan, stately formal rooms, two-story family room & foyer w/wood floors, huge gourmet kitchen w/ granite, 9’ ceilings on 1st floor & master bedroom, large rear deck, ready-to-finish walk-up attic (400 sq. ft.), and a rearentry 2-car garage. $369,900. IRTUAL OUR

V

T

S K W 3

Transitional w/ over 2,700 sq. ft., formal rooms, large family room, eat-in kitchen with new Granite countertops and new flooring, master suite w/ a deluxe bath, finished third floor (could be used as a 5th BR), two-car garage, vinyl siding, detached tool shed, concrete patio, screen porch, fenced backyard plus an ERA Warranty! VIRTUAL TOUR $289,850.

WELL-MAINTAINED CAPE COD WA E RR RA AN TY

This gorgeous well-maintained home features almost 2,900 sq. ft., huge kitchen w/maple cabinets & breakfast w/bay window, FR w/gas FP, 5 BR’s including a sunny master suite & deluxe bath w/ a jetted tub, 2-zone gas heat & central air, privacy fenced backyard, rear deck, patio, tool shed, 2car attached garage and So Much More! THIS HOME HAS IT ALL! VIRTUAL TOUR $341,950.

D L O S

AMAZING PRIVACY IN HANOVER HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN T

Y

A TY ER RAN R WA

A TY ER RAN R WA

WA E RR RA AN TY

Beautiful brick front w/almost 4,500 sq. ft. on a wooded 2-acre lot, 5 bedrooms, 4½ baths, elegant kitchen w/Corian countertops, Pecan flrs thru out, 1st flr, dual staircase, screened porch, rear deck, 2-zone HVAC w/gas back up, full fenced yard, automatic generator & So Much More! $550,000. VIRTUAL TOUR

LAKEFRONT - FORMER MODEL HOME!

WA E RR RA AN TY

A TY ER RAN R WA

BRICK FRONT TRANSITIONAL

WA E RR RA AN TY

BREATHTAKING TRANSITIONAL HANOVER HIGH DISTRICT

WA E RR RA AN TY

WA E RR RA AN TY

A TY ER RAN R WA

PRICED UNDER ASSESSMENT HANOVER HIGH

WA E RR RA AN TY

CUSTOM BUILT IN 2006 HANOVER HIGH

IN RIVER OLD IN AD D L S OX HE SO UNKEY

CUSTOM BUILT ON 10 ACRES OF PRIVACY! Two story foyer & FR w/ stone FP, 4 BR’s including a 1st flr master, 3 full baths, full wrap front porch, over 1,200 sq. ft. composite decking, 2 car attached garage plus a 30x40 detached garage, awesome media room w/ Brazilian Cherry flrs, and So Much More! $84,000 under assessment. Priced $399,000.

PAM

VIRTUAL TOUR

Wooded cul-de sac lot with spacious rear deck and fenced backyard, new vinyl siding, windows, and dimensional shingle roof. New Granite plus hardwoods floors in kitchen. Huge great room with fireplace and new carpet. Very well-maintained w/ Tasteful Décor! $262,950. VIRTUAL TOUR

F

The time to get back to work is getting close. Now is a great time to start thinking about getting help with your real estate market needs. Let an agent with the Ready Knowledge for buying or selling your home help you. Get Tripp, he can HELP!

WWW.TRIPPHOGG.COM & TRIPPHOGG@AOL.COM 64

The Mechanicsville Local

September 1, 2010

YS A D 3


09/01/2010