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County among 100 best for young people The efforts of Hanover County civic and communities that make youth a priority by community leaders were honored on Tuesday, implementing programs that help keep children Sept. 21, when America’s Promise Alliance (the in school and prepare them for college and the 21st century workforce. Alliance), the nation’s largThe competition was est partnership organization Hanover County was named open to all communities that dedicated to youth and chilone of the nation’s 100 Best make children and youth a dren, announced Hanover because of its support priority, including small County had been named a networks created for towns, large cities, counties winner of the Alliance’s 100 vulnerable youth and and school districts. Best Communities for Young its collaborative solutions In addition to enhancing People (100 Best) competideveloped to improve local educational opportution presented by ING. the lives of young people. nities, most winning comThe 2010 recognition munities have taken steps marks the third win for to facilitate improved access Hanover County in the competition. Hanover was one of eight localities in Virginia to health care for its young people, encourage and one of only two in Central Virginia to receive youth civic engagement and supply developmental resources that create better places for young the recognition. see BEST, pg. 4 ` The 100 Best designation recognizes those

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The Lee-Davis High School marching band presented an eye-catching performance Friday during halftime of this year’s Tomato Bowl. For more on the game between host Lee-Davis and Patrick Henry High School, see page 38 in Sports.

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The Rev. Bob Bluford cuts the ribbon to celebrate the opening of the new Visitors Center at the Historic Polegreen Church. A dedication ceremony was held on Tuesday, Sept. 21.

It’s the culmination of a dream and the result of years of hard work and dedication. Friends, members and supporters of the Historic Polegreen Foundation gathered on Tuesday, Sept. 21, to cut the ribbon on a new Visitors Center and Foundation Office at the historic church site off Rural

Point Road. It’s a major step in a project that began almost two decades ago when a select few recognized the importance of the hallowed ground and decided to take whatever means necessary to restore and preserve the site. The man credited with the original vision of a restored Polegreen is Dr. Bob Bluford, see CENTER, pg. 23 `


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The Children In Action group of the Black Creek Baptist Church recently participated in a Central Virginia Raceway Ministries at Richmond International Raceway. Thanks to the organization and RIR Guest Services, the children were able to spend some time with the Central Virginia Raceway Ministry group on Saturday, Sept. 11, at the Action Track at RIR before the NASCAR race. They were given a tour by Pastor John Johnson, with the aid of RIR Guest Services, that included meeting several chaplains affiliated with Raceway Ministries. They also received an up-close view of the Start/Finish line. They even took part in the startup of the “I Am Second” presentation screen for the day. For more information about the Central Virginia Raceway Ministry, visit www.CVBM.org or www.racewayministries.com. For more information about the Black Creek Baptist Church, call the church office at 781-0330 or visit www.blackcreek.org. Children in Action members participating were from left, front, Cecily Rice, Matthew Rice, Anthony Rice, Alex Underwood and Samuel Nicely, and, back, Grayson Parker, Austin Montague, Jewel Wagner, Hayli Wagner and Cole Nicely.

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Atlee senior named semifinalist for achievement scholarship Lauren N. Henley, a student at Atlee High School, has been named a semifinalist in the 47th annual National Achievement Scholarship Program. According to the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (nmsc), www.nationalmerit. org, she is among more than 1,600 Black American high school seniors who have received the designation for 2011. She is among the scholastically talented young men

and women who now have an opportunity to continue in the competition for about 800 Achievement Scholarship awards, worth more than $2.5 million, to be offered next spring. To be considered for a National Achievement Scholarship, semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level of the competition. About 80 percent of the semifinalists are expected to attain finalist standing, and more than half

of the finalists will win an Achievement Scholarship award. The National Achievement Scholarship Program, conducted by nmsc, is a privately financed academic competition that operates without government assistance. It was initiated in 1964 to recognize academically promising black students throughout the nation and to provide scholarships to a substantial number of the most outstanding program participants.

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fill each child’s academic needs, such as a computer for homework. In addition, the Hanover Department of Social Services implemented a Learn Your Rights workshop to provide foster care youth with practical information including how to drive a car, rent an apartment or continue one’s education after high school. “Many organizations in Hanover County have come together in a coordinated effort to support our youth,” G.E. Via III, chairman of the Hanover County Board of Supervisors, said. “This dedicated effort was undertaken based on our total commitment to our youth, who are the future of our county. That these efforts are once again recognized by the America’s Promise Alliance makes us all proud. We are honored to receive this award.” “We truly appreciate receiving this award as one of our country’s 100 best communities for young people,” Debbie Coats, vice chairman of the Board of Supervisors, said. “It shows great things really can be accomplished when a community works together toward the same goal. Hanover County’s administration, school system, business community and civic organizations have all worked together with parents to create a healthy environment for our young people to expand their talents, refine their skills and fulfill their dreams so they will become the future of our great nation.” South Anna Supervisor John Gordon added: “It is again an honor for the citizens of Hanover to be recognized for our commitment to providing young people

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The Doswell Water Treatment Plant has received a Gold Award for Excellence in Granular Media Filter Water Treatment Plant Performance from the Office of Drinking Water of the Virginia Department of Health. This is an annual award and the Doswell Water Treatment Plant has received it for the last six years. The award is given to those operations that achieve Virginia’s goals for clarification and filtration. The VDH regulates water quality standards in the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Ashland and

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with the skills needed to become successful adults. We share a great deal of pride in our young people and are committed to working with each of them as they travel their individual path towards achieving full potential.” On Sept. 21, Hanover County and the other winners spanning 37 states were recognized at a ceremony in front of the Washington Monument on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Each of the winning communities was formally recognized with a designation on a map of the U.S., illustrating the geographic and demographic diversity of the winning 100 communities. In addition to the 100 Best distinction, Hanover County and the other top communities will receive two road signs identifying the county as one of 100 Best, as well as a trophy to be presented to county officials at a local event to be held this winter or early spring. The public will be invited to celebrate Hanover’s three-time designation and community-wide efforts that have led to this national honor. For more information about “Hanover’s Promise,” contact the Hanover County Department of Community Resources at 365-4300 or e-mail larobertson@ co.hanover.va.us. The entire 2010 list of 100 Best Communities for Young People and their accomplishments can be found at www. americaspromise.org/100Best.

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Take the time to say thanks to a firefighter With National Fire Prevention Week being observed Oct. 3-9, we should all take advantage of the opportunity to say “Thank you” to the men and women who serve — career and volunteer — as firefighters. We are so blessed in Hanover County with dedicated, experienced and highly trained personnel. With our companies serving in dual capacities — fire and emergency medical services — they are such a valued part of our community. Some of the fire stations will be participating in educational projects in Hanover County Public Schools next week. How impressive that they will give of their time to share their knowledge — especially the lessons the little ones can learn. We’re all familiar with the term “Stop, drop and roll.” Thanks to our Hanover County firefighters, this phrase will become words to live by for the youngest residents. Fire safety will be the theme throughout the week, and, as we all know, it marks the time of year when you need to check and replace batteries in smoke alarms. In addition to their scheduled appearances throughout the school district, firefighters will be hosting open houses and other events for their respective communities. Make the time to stop by the stations — whether it’s to extend thanks or to take advantage of the safety information they want to share. Just how much do you know about the operations of your nearby fire station? This too can be learned during Fire Prevention Week festivities. We’re so fortunate and we do appreciate all our firefighters do. Want to learn more about the operations of Hanover County’s FireEMS? Then visit http://www.co.hanover.va.us/fire-ems/stations.htm for a complete listing and contact information. Regardless of any designated week-long observance, our lives are better because of these individuals. To close, here is a sincere “Thank you!” Melody Kinser

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LETTERS | Reader Views (Editor’s note: The following information also was included: S/Sgt. — Ball-Turret Gunner — Lloyd O. Kelley — Stalag Luft 4 — Gross-Tychow – POW – born 15 September 1923 In my volunteer World War II search for the area around Virginia, died 6 January 2002 Mechanicsville, Hanover my hometown, Vollenhove, The Netherlands, there is the County, Va., age 78; address 1944: Mrs. Chester L. Kelley crash of four Liberators on 15 August 1944 within one hour. (mother), Route 5, Box 420, Roanoke, Va.; son of Chester On board of “Ramblin’ Wreck” was Ball-turret gunner Sgt. Lloyd O. Kelley. After he bailed out he was taken POW see LETTERS, pg. 8 ` and spent till liberation his time in Stalag Luft 4. From his crew three were killed in action, four became prisoners of war; while three men did evade. My goal is to find as much information and photos from these four crews. The Local welcomes your signed letters to the editor on topics of Some of your readers may point me in the right direcinterest to Mechanicsville residents. Letters must include your tion to find relatives of Lloyd O. Kelley. Any info or photos address and a daytime telephone number. We reserve the right to are welcome. My story and e-mail are at this site: www. edit letters. We do not guarantee that every letter received will be teunispats.net/jack-edward-gibbs.htm Any questions? Let published. Letters reflect the opinions and positions of the writers and not The Mechanicsville Local. me know. Teunis Schuurman Send letters to: Weg van Rollecate 38 The Mechanicsville Local, 6400 Mechanicsville Turnpike, 8325 CR Vollenhove Mechanicsville, VA 23111 The Netherlands Fax: 730-0476 E-mail: mkinser@mechlocal.com +31.527.242316

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Crews are installing the 12inch steel main on U.S. 360 in Mechanicsville. Gerke added that Virginia Natural Gas is diligently working to efficiently and safely install the pipeline in the median with as minimal an impact on motorists as possible. Thanks to the support of Hanover and King William counties, she said, individuals within the community, VDOT (Virginia Department of Transportation) and many others, the project is on schedsee PIPELINE, pg. 14 `

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Kelley, born 6 January 1890, died December 1981, Roanoke, Roanoke City, Va., age 91; enlistment 11 January 1943, Roanoke, Va.; residence Roanoke County, Va.; nativity, Virginia; marital status, single; Stalag Luft 4 GrossTychow (formerly Heydekrug) Pomerania, Prussia.)

Stilwell’s dream now a reality It was six years and $300,000 ago that Katie Stilwell, then a student at Christopher Newport University, wanted to take on a community project that would touch the lives of others. She began by meeting with staff of Hanover Parks and Recreation and planted the seeds of an idea to build accessible playgrounds in Hanover County, playgrounds where children of all abilities can interact and play. Today, we are excited to announce that the all-inclusive playground at Pole Green Park

has recently been completed by the Hanover and Mechanicsville Rotary Clubs, thanks to both organizations’ monetary donations and with the construction. Tim Amos, a Rotary member who owns TAW Construction Inc., took on the responsibility of heading up the construction of both playgrounds. The plan developed in conjunction with the exceptionally supportive Parks & Recreation staff called for two playgrounds to serve both sides of the county. We have completed Phase 1 of the playground at Poor Farm Park and look forward to launching the second phase as we are able to in the future. The community support for construction of these two unique playgrounds – from individuals and families, youth groups, schools and school groups, businesses, civic associations and the county – has been so overwhelming that other communities here in Virginia and across the country have been inspired to follow in our footsteps.

Visit us at www.operationhopeplayground.com to follow our progress and read the inspiring stories of some very special children and the impact the playgrounds have had on their families and our community. Dana Nelson Mechanicsville

typical employee got in at 9 a.m. after the traffic subsided. In the evening the boss would simply leave at 4 p.m. (due to him coming in early) to beat the going home traffic. I, on the other hand after coming in late, would leave at 4:15 p.m. and instead of trying to beat the traffic would simply stop off at the best unknown place in Hanover, The Pasta House. This seemed to be the solution to the traffic, have a few sodas with the guys, talk about assessments, smart growth planning, taxes and all the while the wives think we are tied up in the Pole Green/Bell Creek traffic. That was the good ol’ days and now that the Autobahn is finished I find myself having to get up earlier for work and getting home earlier to do chores around the house. I know these traffic situations are not planned (as no one took any credit) and no one could possibly know when the next big mess will happen, but, when it does, don’t feel bad because as you can see from my experience, every cloud has a

Can we unfix intersection? I’m wondering if Hanover County has anything in the works to put a stop to our sailing through the Pole Green/Bell Creek Road area so easily. Some made a big deal of the traffic backup, threats from irate drivers and being a few minutes late for dinner, but I was able to use the traffic and confusion for my own benefit. My boss, who also traveled from that area, completely understood me getting in at 9 a.m. instead of the starting time of 8 a.m. He, being the owner and needing to set an example, came in at 7 a.m. to beat the traffic and I being an example of

silver lining. But wait, another silver lining. Seeing two deceased animals at the PG/BC intersection this morning means that the nude PETA women will be showing up to demonstrate and traffic will then be back to normal, backed up for miles in each direction. Thank you, mayhem! Ted Mentz Old Church

Coal ash disposal issues U.S. coal-fired power plants generate over 130 million tons of toxic coal ash annually. (Added to cement might be OK, but not in my garden amendments please.) The arsenic, heavy metals and other pollution in coal ash is known to cause cancer, childhood developmental problems and a host of other health troubles. A new report released by the Sierra Club, Earthjustice and Environmental Integrity Project shows these toxins are leaking out of coal ash dumps

across the country, making the water unsafe at more than 100 sites investigated so far. The Environmental Protection Agency is currently holding a series of public hearings on new protections proposed for toxic coal ash. The number of contaminated sites nationwide clearly shows that the current patchwork of coal ash regulations, or lack thereof, is not working. I just moved back to my home state of Virginia. Not sure where proposed sites are located. I have heard that the spreading of sewage waste is taking place here, along with gmo (genetically modified organisms) crops. I’m concerned for my children, grandchildren and the future generations. I hope our appointed regulators will be able to protect us and our environment. We need federally enforceable safeguards that protect our waterways and families from improper coal ash disposal. Erica Gray Henrico

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Local man’s son shares Coast Guard experiences (Editor’s note: The following was submitted by Air Force Staff Sgt. Jessica Switzer.) It only happens for one week every four years. Tens of thousands of Boy Scouts from around America descend on a sleepy base (Fort A.P. Hill) in Virginia to earn merit badges, collect and trade patches and to connect with other scouts. The son of a Mechanicsville man was on site at the 2010 National Scout Ja m b o ree to help the CHARLES T. PHILLIPS scouts accomplish these goals. U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Senior Chief Petty Officer Charles T. Phillips, the son of Aubrey T. Phillips Jr. of Lee Davis Road, is a marine science technician who educated Scouts on the Coast Guard mission at the jamboree. “I’m here briefing the scouts on marine safety and environmental responses,” Phillips, a 1971 graduate of Henrico High School, said.

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More than 45,000 Boy Scouts march down the road after a mass assembly at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill. Photo by Michael Tolzmann

An Air Force Academy cadet shows his falcon, Havoc, to Boy Scouts at the 2010 National Scout Jamboree at Fort A.P. Hill.

He went on to earn a bach- elor of applied studies degree in business in 1986 from the University of Richmond. Nearly 2,000 soldiers, sailors, airmen, Marines and Coast Guardsmen were at the event, running merit badge stations, putting on informational displays in the Armed Forces Adventure Area, providing traffic control support, running a small field hospital for minor injuries, and a myriad of other support functions. Many of the service members arrived on location early and stayed several days after the Jamboree to make sure the Photo by Michael Tolzmann scouts had the best, and safest A Navy diver plays tic tac toe with passing Boy Scouts from time they can. “I absolutely volunteered to inside a dive tank.

come here and support this mission,” Phillips, who is assigned to the U.S. Coast Guard Security Center in Chesapeake, said. “I am an Eagle Scout myself and a current member of a Boy Scout Troop in Sandston, Va.,” he added. Each day there were estimated to be more than 100,000 people at the Jamboree who had an opportunity to see and experience a variety of military exhibits, history, activities and units, as well as interact with men and women of the armed forces. It also let service members work in a joint environment, creating and solidifying bonds between individuals and units. Some of them even learned a little about themselves. “My favorite thing about being

here is working with the scouts to further their education,” Phillips, who has been in the Coast Guard for 32 years and has been recalled to active duty since 2003, said. Whether working directly

with the scouts, or providing behind the scenes support, Phillips and his fellow service members were the ones who helped make sure one of the largest events in Scouting went off without a hitch.

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Charles Justin Balderson Mary Waddell Bowen, Sr., of Mechanicsville, passed a career teacher, passed away

peacefully with her family at her side on Saturday Sept. 25, 2010, at the age of 84. She was born in Drakes Branch, Va., on Jan. 18, 1926, the daughter of the late William Emmett and Mabel Bragg Waddell of Charlotte County. Mary was preceded in death by her brothers, William Waddell Jr., Carroll Waddell and Samuel Waddell. Mrs. Bowen was a graduate of Longwood College and taught at Randolph Henry High School for several years before moving to Richmond. She then Barbara Jenness taught at Meadowbrook High Barden, 78, of MechanSchool for 20 years, where she icsville, went to be with the was the business department Lord on Sept. 24, 2010. She chairman, and was selected the was preceded in death by her Metro Area Business Teacher husband; I.L. “Sonny” Barden, of the Year in 1977. She also Jr., and her brother; Charles F. worked with adult education Jenness, Jr. She is survived by at night in Henrico County her children; Dianne Roberson Public Schools. After retiring, (W. Kelly), Cathy Moolhuyzen Mary worked in the library at (Thomas),Stephen Linwood Hermitage Technical Center Barden, grandchildren; Kristen for several years and was a Moolhuyzen Hutter (Bryant), longtime volunteer with the Megan and Michael MoolHenrico County libraries and huyzen, great grandchildren; Henrico Doctors’ Hospital on Declan and Tatum Hutter, her Parham Road. Mrs. Bowen brother; Stuart Jenness (Joyce), is survived by two children, sister in law; Phyllis Jenness, Diane Hardy of Youngsville, nieces, nephews and many N.C. and Bruce Bowen (Susan) loved ones. She attended Wal- of Mechanicsville, Va.; and a nut Grove Baptist Church and sister, Mabel Bowen of JackHanover Evangelical Friends sonville, Fla.; grandchildren, Church. She volunteered for Kevin Dillistin (Leigh Anne) Head Start, and St. Mary’s of Youngsville, N.C., Brandon Hospital. Visitation was held Dillistin of Lancaster, Va., Lt. on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010 at Carter Bowen of San Diego, the Atlee Chapel of Woody Calif. and Meredith Bowen of Funeral Home, Route 301 and Mechanicsville, Va.; a greatShady Grove Road. Services grandson, Weston Dillistin of were held on Monday, Sept. Youngsville, N.C. The family 27, 2010 at the Funeral Home. received friends at the West Graveside services were Chapel of Bennett Funeral held at Signal Hill MemoHome, 11020 W. Broad Street, rial Park. In lieu of flowers Glen Allen on Monday, Sept. contributions may be made 27, 2010. A private burial was to Hanover Fire Station #7. held in Charlotte County, Va. Condolences may be made In Lieu of flowers, please make at www.woodyfuneralhoa contribution to the Twin meatlee.com. Hickory Library in Glen Allen,

away suddenly Sept. 22, 2010. He is survived by his wife, Carol Balderson; sons, Charles J. Balderson (Connie), Craig E.J. Balderson (Nan) and Chris Balderson; grandchildren, Amber “Monkey” Balderson, Justin “Bruiser” Balderson and Layne “Pumpkin” Balderson. A Celebration of his life was held Friday, Sept. 24, 2010 at the Monaghan Funeral Home, 7300 Creighton Parkway, Mechanicsville. Graveside services were private.

Va., 5001 Twin Hickory Rd., Glen Allen, Va. 23059. The family would like to thank Bon Secours Hospice.

Katherine Pemberton Carneal, of Seaford, Va., formerly of Mechanicsville, devoted, wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully in her residence on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010. Katherine was 93 years old. She was predeceased by her husband of 58 years, John Everett Carneal; and her two sons, James David Carneal and Sterling Yoder Carneal. She is survived by her grandchildren, James David Carneal Jr., Kimberly Carneal Goehle and her husband, Greg Goehle, Jay Everett Carneal and his wife, Mary Morrissette Carneal, Courtney Carneal Melchor and her husband, Rick Melchor and Christopher Sterling Carneal and his wife, Sue Carneal; her great-grandchildren, Joel David Carneal, Shannon DeFaye Carneal, Adam Martin Goehle, Maxwell Carneal Goehle, Everett Taylor Carneal, Frances Darby Carneal, Morgan Embrey Melchor and Maren Page Melchor; and a host of other family and friends. Outside of her family, Katherine loved the water and fishing the best. She lived a full, happy life surrounded by her family and friends and was active in the Order of the Eastern Star. The family received friends Tuesday, Sept. 28, 2010 at Nelsen Funeral Home, 4650 S. Laburnum Avenue, where services will be held Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010 at 10 a.m. Graveside services will be held at Forest Lawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society , 3961 Deep Rock Road, Richmond, Va. 23233.

Elizabeth S. Cheatham, “Betsy”, 59, of Mechanicsville, died at home Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010. She is survived by her husband of 37 years, B. Frank Cheatham; daughters Virginia Donovan (Wayne), Karen Owens (Robby), Rebecca and Sara Cheatham; grandsons, Junior and Ben Owens; parents, Lew and Sally Slack; brother, Topher Slack (Candy); sister, Susan Slack; and a large number of other family and friends. The family received friends at Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road, Mechanicsville, on Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010. A memorial service was held at Church of the Creator, 7159 Mechanicsville Turnpike on Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010. A reception followed at East Hanover Rescue Squad. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Sara N. Cheatham Education Fund, 7309 Valley Creek Drive, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111.

Janet Griffin Driscoll, 79, of Mechanicsville, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2010. She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward M. Driscoll Sr. She is survived by two daughters, Cathy D. Alix and Gail Driscoll; a son, Edward M. “Bud” Driscoll Jr.; four grandchildren, Amiee Alix, John Alix, Dawnee Driscoll and Taylor Driscoll; a brother, Earl Griffin. The family received friends Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Rd., where funeral services were held Friday, Sept. 24, 2010. Graveside services were held at Signal Hill Memorial Park. see OBITUARIES, pg. 11 `


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Marilyn T. Hughes, 86, of Mechanicsville, went to be with the Lord Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010. She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer A. Hughes and is survived by four children, Charles F. Powell, James L. Powell (Diane), Lynne P. Lecarpentier (Ron), and Anita H. Broughton (Richard); 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Marilyn was a longtime member of Gethsemane Church of Christ, as well as an active member in numerous organizations. The family received friends Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of the Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Rd., where services were held Thursday, Sept. 23, 2010. Graveside services were held at Gethsemane Church of Christ Cemetery. William Ira Jernigan, “Bill”, 64, of Henrico, passed away Sept. 23, 2010. He is survived by his wife Marlene Jernigan, daughter; Rhonda Lee and husband Daniel, sons; Thomas Jernigan and wife Christina, and Robert Jernigan and wife Blasia, seven grandchildren, one great grandchild, sister; Betty Beckman and husband Bruce of S.D., brothers; Donald Jernigan and wife Shirley, and Stephen Jernigan, many nieces and nephews. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran, a member of Herring Creek Hunt Club and Virginia Catfish Association. The family received friends on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010 at the Atlee Chapel of Woody Funeral Home, Route 301 and Shady Grove Road, Mechanicsville. Services were held on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010 at the Funeral Home. Graveside services were held at Signal Hill Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Bon Secours Hospice, 8580 Magellan Parkway, Richmond, Virginia 23227. Condolences may be made at www.woodyfuneralhomeatlee.com.

friends Wednesday, Sept. 22, Wilhelm Hermann Jung, “Willie”, 76, of Mechan- 2010 at the Mechanicsville icsville, passed away Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010. He was born in Siegen/ Westfalen, Germany. Mr. Jung immigrated to Canada in 1960 and then to Va. in 1962 and was a mechanical engineer until his retirement. He was a charter member of Messiah Lutheran Church, member of Deutscher Sport Club, Richmond, Va. and Gesangverein Virginia. Surviving is his wife of 47 years, Erna Maria Jung; son, Thomas “Thom” Christopher Jung and wife, Diane; daughter, Beatrix “Trixie” Jung Johnson and husband, Thomas; five grandchildren, Thomas “Tommy”Christopher Jung II, Tyson Wilhelm Jung, Tyler Wesley Jung, Erika Joyce Johnson and Niklas Carr Johnson; and his sisters and brother in Germany as well as nieces and nephews in Germany and California. The family received friends Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010 at the Mechanicsville Chapel of Bennett Funeral Home, 8014 Lee-Davis Road. Funeral Services were held Thursday, Sept. 30, 2010 at Messiah Lutheran Church. Graveside services followed in Hanover Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Wilhelm H. Jung Fund at Messiah Lutheran Church.

Glen Scott McNamara, 43, of Mechanicsville, was set free Sunday, Sept. 19, 2010. He was preceded in death by his father, William G. McNamara. He is survived by his mother, Amelia McNamara Croswell; stepfather, Herman Croswell; sister, Joan McNamara; brother, Gary W. McNamara and wife, Karen; three nephews, James B. McNamara, Ryan T. Johnson and wife, Melissa, and Matt S. Johnson and wife, Erica; niece, Tiffany A. McNamara; two great-nephews, Mitchell McNamara and Samuel Scott McNamara; three aunts, Dorothy Browning, Ethel McNamara, Marvin Tucker; and numerous cousins. The family received

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and that means it is time to get ready for the 12th Annual Hanover Safe Place Pumpkin Run/Walk, a race to “run” domestic violence and sexual assault out of Hanover County. The scenic Ashland Berry Farm on Old Ridge Road will again host the event on Saturday, Oct. 2. The rain date is Saturday,

Oct. 9. The 5K run and the 1-mile run/walk will be featured. Participating also means coming out and supporting friends and relatives as they “run” domestic violence out of Hanover. If you have young children, the Pumpkin Run offers a children’s activity area with face painting, coloring and games, as well as popcorn and snow cones.

You can even get a head start on your Christmas shopping – vendors will be on-site. The first 300 runners will receive a free T-shirt and a free pumpkin for all registered runners. Register online and see pictures of last year’s event at www.facebook.com/hanoversafeplace Registration is $18 online and $20 at the gate.

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A membership drive is under way by the Hanover Tavern Foundation, which offers various levels to cater to those who wish to support the organization. Levels include: ❍ Senior, student or educator individual, $25. ❍ Individual, $35. ❍ Senior family, $40. ❍ Family, $50. ❍ Tavern patron, $125. ❍ Tavern keeper, $250. Membership provides several perks, including: ❍ 10 percent off in the Hanover Tavern Gift Shop. ❍ 10 percent off your meals at Hanover Tavern & Pub.

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Henry fire station to celebrate 50 years The Henry Volunteer Fire Company will celebrate its 50th anniversary with an open house from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, at the firehouse at 9634 Chamberlayne Road in Mechanicsville. The community event will feature entertainment for the kids, safety education, equipment displays and rescue demonstrations. A demonstration of the Jaws of Life will be provided

and visitors are invited to experience Hanover’s Fire Safety House. Members encourage residents to come meet them and get to know the firefighters who have been serving the area since 1960. An event for the entire family, the celebration will feature light food and snacks at no cost. For more information, call Station 6 at 746-4769.

Mothers of Multiples to hold Kidstuff sale The Richmond Area Mothers of Multiples is holding its semiannual Kidstuff yard sale from 8 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2, at Chickahominy Middle School at 9450 Atlee Station Road in Mechanicsville. There will be a vast array of gently used toys, equipment and nursery items, and fall and winter clothing for maternity and preemie through teen, from

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Flu Shot Clinics & Health Screenings Saturday, October 2 • 10 a.m. 1 p.m.

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A traffic improvements project at the Pole Green Road/Bell Creek Road intersection was recently completed. Additional turn lanes were added and Pole Green Road now has four lanes from the Interstate 295 interchange to 1,000 feet east of the intersection.

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Hanover County has completed improvements to the intersection of Pole Green Road and Bell Creek Road. Additional turn lanes were added as a result of the improvements and Pole Green Road now has four lanes from the Interstate 295 interchange to 1,000 feet east of the intersection. The project was designed and administered by the Department of Public Works. A signal light was installed in 2003 and improved as a part of the most recent improvements. In 2009, Pole Green Road was widened to four lanes between AMF Drive and 1,000 feet west of Bell Creek Road.

Construction of the recent widening phase began in June 2009 and was completed last month. The contractor was George Nice & Sons, Inc from Toano. The improvements completed last month totaled $1.4 million. Total project cost including engineering, right-of-way acquisition and utility relocations added $900,000 in cost. The improvements were funded using a combination of state and local funds. The total value of all improvements to the intersection was $2.3 million. Information supplied by Tom Harris, Hanover County public information officer.

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This group from Mechanicsville recently visited Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York. Shown are, from left, Nazeem Gootee, Jacob Weis, Andrew Dages, Brandon Loving, Nabeel Gootee, Emily Dages and Rein Weis. The boys were members of the Virginia Sports Complex team from Ruthers Glen, which placed ninth out of 104 teams participating. Their siblings also are shown with them. They took copies of The Mechanicsville Local along with them to New York.


Deadline for HCPS Citizens’ Academy is Monday Maintaining a vision for the future of the school district and achieving the goals of that vision require proactive planning and creative decision-making in which stakeholders participate. Hanover County Public Schools (HCPS) will present a Citizens’ Academy during the 20102011 school year as an opportunity for citizens to learn more about the school system. Beginning in October, seven sessions will feature staff members providing information on the

Turkey Shoot set The Black Creek Volunteer Fire Department will present its annual Turkey Shoot, starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 9, and running every Saturday night through Nov. 20 at the Firehouse at 6229 McClellan Road in Mechanicsville. Prizes, good and wholesale family fun will be provided. For more information, call 781-0432.

instructional program, human resources, support services, facilities, business and operations, and community relations. The deadline for applications is Monday, Oct. 4. Those selected to participate will receive notification on or around Friday, Oct. 15. A brochure describing the Citizens’ Academy and containing the application form is available in the main office of every Hanover County school, at the School Board Office at 200 Berkley

St. in Ashland, in all six Hanover branches of the Pamunkey Regional Library, and on the school district’s website at www.hcps.us by clicking on the link on the home page. Application forms may be submitted online via the website or mailed to: Dr. Jamelle Wilson, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Leadership, Hanover County Public Schools, 200 Berkley St., Ashland, VA 23005. Hanover citizens have a long tradition of supporting their school district and contributing

generously to its success. The Citizens’ Academy will build on that tradition and will offer the community another opportunity to be involved. Patrons, business partners and adult citizens are invited to apply to participate in the 20102011 Hanover County Public Schools Citizens’ Academy. Information supplied by Dale Theakston, Hanover County Public Schools communications specialist.

Old Church TGIF Supper Series kicks off with lasagna on Friday Some of the best cooks in Old Church will serve the first of this year’s TGIF supper series at Immanuel Episcopal Church from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 1. Everyone is welcome. Get yours to-go or dine in the parish house with your neighbors. The October menu will feature

homemade lasagna, tossed salad, Italian bread with herb butter, apple cake, ice cream and beverages. The cost is $10 per person. Free hotdogs will be available for kids. The popular dinners are served on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are not necessary, but

advance orders are suggested. To place an order, or for more information, send an e-mail to immanoch@ verizon.net or call 779-3454. Be sure to include your name, number of dinners ordered and if you’d like take-out. Additional TGIF dinners will be scheduled throughout the winter and spring.

Immanuel Church is located at 3263 Old Church Rd. in eastern Hanover County. From Mechanicsville, go east on U.S. 360 and turn right on Route 606 (Old Church Road) at West Store. Immanuel will be about 1.5 miles on the right. For more information, visit www. immanueloc.org or call 779-3454.

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Blessing of Animals service slated Sunday The annual Blessing of the Animals will be held during the 11 a.m. Sunday, Oct. 3, service at the Immanuel Episcopal Church at 3263 Old Church Rd. in eastern Hanover County. A church spokesperson said “furry, fuzzy and scaly pets and animals” are invited to participate. Photos of beloved animals that are unable to attend also are welcome. Visitors are encouraged to bring contributions of pet supplies such as dog or cat food, kitty litter, leashes, collars, beds and blankets. Items will be collected and donated to the Pet Pantry at the Richmond SPCA. Slightly used items are welcome. For more information about pet donations, call Linda Updike at 730-2917. For more information about the church, visit www.immanueloc.org or call 779-3454.

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Abby has participated in the annual Blessing of the Animals at Immanuel Episcopal Church on Old Church Road.

Directions to the church are: From Mechanicsville, go east on U.S. 360 and turn right on Route 606 (Old Church Road) at West Store. Immanuel is located about 1.5 miles on the right.

Scotchtown to host naturalization event Scotchtown, the picturesque estate of Patrick Henry, a hero of the American Revolution and the first governor of Virginia, will be the site of a special naturalization ceremony today (Wednesday, Sept. 29) when 50 new citizens recite the Oath of Allegiance. The program is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. at 16120 Chiswell Lane in Beaverdam. Directions may be obtained at www.preservationvirginia.org/ scotchtown. The Honorable Dennis W. Dohnal, magistrate judge for the U.S. District Court (Eastern District), will preside during the ceremony and give welcoming

remarks. Del. Chistopher K. Peace (R-97) will deliver the keynote address and Washington District director Sarah Taylor, USCIS, will swear in the new Americans and offer congratulatory remarks. The new Americans are originally from the following 30 countries:Australia;Bangladesh; Bosnia-Herzegovina; Brazil; Cambodia; Canada; People’s Republic of China; Colombia; Dominican Republic; Egypt; El Salvador; Ethiopia; Germany; Ghana; India; Iraq; Japan; Kuwait; Laos; Lebanon; Malawi; see NATURALIZATION, pg. 19 `


‘Strengthening Families’ classes set Are you baffled by your teen’s behavior? Has communication become frustrating? Are you worried about your child’s choices? Do you want to improve your relationship with your middle schooler? You are not alone. The adolescent years can be a time of great turmoil and confusion for families. Suddenly, effective parenting strategies no longer work and relationships are strained. What happened? Beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 5, the Hanover Community Services Board joins with other county agencies to offer a free program called Strengthening Families. It is designed for any family with children ages 10 to

14 years old. Strengthening Families is unique because it is designed for the whole family. Parents meet to learn about adolescent development and Strengthening Families is designed for any family with children ages 10 to 14 years old.

share ideas that work, while the teens learn their own set of skills. Then the two groups join together to practice what they’ve learned and have some fun together. Younger siblings also have a

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supervised group of their own. Parent topics include Using Love and Limits, Making House Rules, Encouraging Good Behavior, Using Consequences, Building Bridges, and Protecting against Substance Abuse. Teen topics focus on healthy decision-making, friendships, handling frustration, and communication. The teen activities are fun and interactive — this is not like a class at school. Strengthening Families is a free program and dinner for the family is included. There will be three sets of classes, all of which will be held on Tuesday nights: ✓ Starting Oct. 5 and extendsee CLASSES, pg. 21 `

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The EVB Old Church branch is participating in the American Heart Association Heart Walk this fall. They held a “CHAIR”-ity Fundraiser the last week of August, where six Amazing Chairs were donated and then bids were made. The fundraiser raised $375. Contributing to the fundraiser were West Store, Pole Green Produce and Millstone Quilts. This month, baskets are being auctioned.

L-DHS Class of ’80 to reunite on Oct. 16 For ticket information, call Kim A 30-year reunion is being planned for Saturday, Oct. 16, by members of the Lee- Montgomery Agee at 901-4689 or Tammy Wells Greene at 350-8277. Davis High School Class of 1980.

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Golf, music, Halloween and Civil War fill Tavern calendar October’s calendar at the Hanover Tavern at 13181 Hanover Courthouse Road in Hanover includes golf, music and Halloween. On Monday, Oct. 4, Hanover Tavern’s 1st Annual Golf Corral will be held at the Hanover Country Club in Ashland. For more information, or to register, visit www.hanovertavern.org. The Heritage Music Series: Old Time Country will be presented from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 6, at the Tavern. The Shivers will entertain with the traditional melodies and songs of the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia. Familiar recordings from the Carter Family and Stoneman

CLASSES Continued from pg. 19 b

ing through Nov. 23, classes will be held at Stonewall Jackson Middle School. The program runs from 6 to 8 p.m.; there will be a dinner at 5:30 p.m.

Family also will be performed. The event is open to all ages. A donation of $3 is suggested. All ages are invited to an art workshop, Spooky Halloween Lanterns, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 14, at the Tavern. Make your own lantern for the Halloween season. The fee is $12 for members and $15 for non-members. The ticket includes all supplies and instruction. The workshop is appropriate for all ages. To make a reservation, call Laura at 537-5050, ext. 21. Recognizing the 150th Anniversary of the

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Firefighters with Hanover County Fire-EMS Station 8 will visit South Anna Elementary School students on Thursday, Oct. 7, during National Fire Prevention Week (Oct. 3-9). Kindergarten, first grade and second grade students will participate in presentations and activities with the Forestry Division and Smokey the Bear, the engine crew with their fire trucks and equipment, and members of the emergency response team with an ambulance. Students will learn about fire prevention, “stop, drop and roll,” and calling 911 in an emergency.

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Cold csville. Fuller is from Mechani appointed By Melody Kinser vices. Four-year terms are Board and David mkinser@mechlocal.com Lynn H. Saunders by the Hanover County help those W. Fuller moved into their new of Supervisors. With a mission to the role to help them- positions on July 27. Both are Saunders, in who are least able year on of chair, said she sees firstected chair selves, the newly-el Hanover now in their seventh 25 ` the see NEED, pg. and vice chair of Advisory the board. the ts Services Social represen County Saunders the increase Board talked about

Local teen taking talents to Texas By Melody Kinser mkinser@mechlocal.com real thing” in Abram Dean’s “first this ing paid off earlier terms of perform the title of Hanover year when he captured Junior Idol. ement from Thanks to some encouraghe took the , Lunsford Debbie his mom of music. And now leap into the world is from Mechanicsville the 16-year-old his to Texas to pursue preparing to move dream. and his mother On Aug. 20, Abram he has been where Dallas to will head skills — and hone his accepted to study Septien Entertainment — with the Linda Group. d Abram enter Debbie said she suggeste and Activities Centerthe Hanover Arts ion because he competit Idols d sponsore let’s this music thing, so “wants to get into see TEEN, pg. 14

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School district again expects full accreditation ive For the ninth consecut Public year, Hanover County receive 100 Schools will again tion. percent full accredita Dale S. According to ications Theakston, commun tion is specialist, the accredita 2009on the determined based assess10 Standards of Learning information ments. Preliminary Department from the Virginia the of Education indicates status. tion accredita reports Final accreditation 15. are expected on Sept.

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has Development. entries Hanover County VACo received 60 by the been recognized statewide contest. ion of for the Virginia Associat Former Hanover County recipient administrator Counties as the ent assistant of the 2010 Achievem n Marilyn Blake joined Lane Dominio the Award for former Chesterfield Greente ch Ramsey, rator, and Resourc es County administ direcIncubator. Tedd Povar, associate The county was honored tor of the Virginia Institute of governfor its model local ent, in judging this Governm catego4` ment program in the see HONOR, pg. nomic nity/Eco Commu of ry

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The Hanover Women’s Golf Association Nine Hole Golfers Group recently held a golf tournament at Hanover Country Club. The event, organized by Suzanne Harman with the help of Tricia Whitehorne and Debbie Hockemeyer, featured nine holes of golf and a luncheon for the participants. The Nine Hole Golfers Group consists of 20 women who play golf at Hanover Country Club each Thursday morning. They planned the golf tournament, soliciting neighbors who had pets. Signage was then prepared for the pets and displayed at the nine holes played on the day of the event. Larry Ham of Edward Jones Financial Advisors in Ashland donated bags of tees. Reck Hockemeyer of Union First Market Bank provided goody bags. Participants enjoyed favors shaped like doggy bones and fresh flowers at the luncheon. This event raised about $400, which was donated to Hanover Humane Society to further the group’s adoption, education and prevention efforts. A spring event is planned for 2011. Lynn Pulley-Paine of the Hanover Humane Society is shown with Jeffrey Cornwell, general manager of the Hanover Country Club.

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who began his efforts in 1990. At the time, the site was a small subdivision and reclaiming it seemed like a long and arduous task. It was, but one Bluford refused to abandon, and, as supporters and volunteers increased, the project took place and gradually became a reality. Foundation director Jay Johnston said the ribbon cutting was the fruit of the labor of many who have dedicated themselves to the preservation project. “He (Bluford) has an attribute that many historians and visionaries don’t. He has an incredible ability to make things happen,” Johnston said. Foundation executive direc-

“If you think we are satisfied with what we’ve done to date, think again,” Peace said. “You can see the vision we have for future development and site enhancement. A lot has been accomplished over the past 20 years, mostly due to Dr. Bob Bluford and the board of directors,” he added. Peace said the mission is ongoing and is dedicated to the memory of the site where Samuel Davies and the Hanover dissenters cast the first whispers of religious and civil freedoms, ideas that eventually fueled the American Revolution. Davies preached his last sermon at Polegreen in 1759 to an estimated crowd of more than 4,000 people. Dr. Douglas Hicks delivered the keynote address and explained how the seeds first sewn at Polegreen established a tradition of religious freedom long enjoyed in the United States. “Great ideas like religious freedom have changed the world,” Hicks said. “On the terrain of critical ideas, we are standing at a world-shaping crossroads.” Hicks said the legacy and history of Polegreen affirm that small ideas can produce huge universal impacts. “We’re here to celebrate an idea — a seemingly small idea,”

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Park among select APD seeks public feedback via survey group to present summer research The Ashland Police Department is seeking the community’s assistance in providing feedback on the performance of officers’ duties. “Constant review of performance measures, to include

Jonathan Daniel Park, a sophomore at HampdenSydney College, recently presented his Summer Research Honors Project in a public presentation at the college. He is a graduate of Atlee High School and the son of Sue S. Park of Mechanicsville. Jonathan is one of a select group of students who undertake summer research in conjunction with members of the

Hampden-Sydney faculty. Each project is evaluated on its originality, on the thoroughness of its research methods, and on the quality of its findings. Jonathan’s project, for biology, was entitled “The nuclear membrane components Brr6 and Brl1 potentially regulate membrane fluidity with respect to cellular development and cell cycle progression.”

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Hicks said. He pointed out that the mere mention of religious dissention at the time was a belief “that could get you killed.” The message of tolerance is even pertinent today, according to Hicks. “Polegreen stands as a living crossroads for our contemporary world,” he said. Hicks said the current controversy surrounding a proposed mosque in New York City is a perfect example of what the dis-

s/5D73CCX. Surveys also will be available at the Town of Ashland Municipal Building and the Ashland Police Department for those who do not have Internet access.

Surveys will be accepted until Friday, Oct. 15, 2010. “We thank the community in advance for their assistance,” Goodman added. Information supplied by Lt. James Shelhorse.

senters at Polegreen first addressed centuries ago. “Now, at a crossroads, we don’t all have to agree on what a congregation in lower Manhattan should look like, and, perhaps, we don’t agree,” Hicks said. “But the great thing about religious freedom is that we don’t do congregations by opinion polling or by popular demand. We guarantee religious freedom.” Why should people in Virginia care Jim Ridolphi for The Local about an Islamic congregation in New York The Rev. Samuel Davies’s role at the City? Hicks said that question could be Historic Polegreen Church is explained at the new Visitors Center. answered in one word: “Polegreen.”

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‘Putts for Mutts’ Golf Tournament planned The Hanover Humane Society will hold its first annual “Putts for Mutts” Golf Tournament on Monday, Oct. 25, at the Hanover County Club in Ashland. Proceeds will support Hanover Humane’s adoption, education and prevention programs. A shotgun start is scheduled for noon, with refreshments on the course throughout the event. The cost per participant is $100 and includes all green fees

and amenities. There also will be a variety of contests and raffle items. Dinner and the awards ceremony will be held at the conclusion of the event at the Club House. Individuals and businesses may participate in the event by establishing teams, sponsoring holes on the course, and donating raffle items.

Tourney to benefit Ashland school Market Ashland Partnership is gearing up for its 10th Annual Golf Tournament in support of Henry Clay Elementary School. This year’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. For more information about MAP, visit www.shopashlandfirst.com

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Notice of Loss Blessing of the filing required Animals slated By Ken Upshaw County executive director The CCC-576, Notice of Loss, is used to report failed acreage and prevented planting and may be completed by any producer with an interest in the crop. Timely filing a Notice of Loss is required on for all crops included grasses. For losses on crops covered by the Non-insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) and crop insurance, you must file a CCC-576 (notice of loss) in the FSA County Office within 15 days of the occurrence of the disaster or when losses become apparent. NAP coverage The Non-Insured Crop Disaster Assistance Program (NAP) was designed to reduce financial losses that occur when natural disasters cause a catastrophic loss of production or prevented planting of an eligible crop by providing coverage equivalent to catastrophic (CAT) insurance. Statute limits NAP to each commercial crop or agricultural commodity, except livestock, for which CAT is not available. Find listed the application deadline for 2011 coverage on some non-insured crops: ■ Sept. 30: Barley/rye/oats/ wheat for forage and grazing, and oats for grain. ■ Nov. 20: Strawberries,

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American Civil War will be addressed in the speaker series, “Those I Left Behind: Society at Home During the War,” from 7 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 27. With

The Blessing of the Animals and Pet Fair will be presented on Saturday, Oct. 2, by All Souls Episcopal Church at Cool Spring Elementary School at 9964 Honey Meadows Road off Atlee Station Road near U.S. 301 in Mechanicsville. Festivities are scheduled to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with Animal Blessing at noon. Anyone who has a pet member is invited to participate. There will be a variety of vendors to address every need and concern. Looking for that special pet? Many will be available. There are plenty of home-

less, lonely animals just looking for someone to care about them. Animal care specialists, veterinarians, training demos, pet adoption services, critter sitters, animal rescue organizations and pet shows will be included. There will be raffles, door prizes and fun for the kids, with food and drinks available. Admission and parking are free of charge. Additional organizations are welcome to participate in the Blessing: E-mail: kbinner@yahoo.com. For more information, visit the website: www.allsoulsva.com.

Fall Festival, Homecoming to be held at Shalom Baptist Church Shalom Baptist Church, located at 6395 Mechanicsville Turnpike in Mechanicsville, will host its annual Fall Festival from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 2. Activities scheduled for the event include a petting zoo, pony rides, astro jump, hayrides, cornhole game, cake/ baked goods raffle, face painting and hair painting, popcorn and a grilled hotdog picnic. On Sunday, Oct. 3, the church will observe its Homecoming with the Rev. William Hardison, former pas-

the advent of the Civil War, thousands of men enlisted and left their homes and families behind. Those that remained at home forged tighter communities for support and created relief organizations to aid the soldiers at the front. Learn how ladies in Richmond, Ashland and surrounding

tor, as the guest speaker during the 11 a.m. worship service. The Homecoming celebration will include a visual history of the church and special recognition of charter members. Music will be provided by The Willow Creek Band. Other special guests are scheduled to participate. A catered lunch will follow. Shalom Baptist is celebrating 35 years of growth, witness and service to Christ in the community. For more information, call the church office at 746-7737.

communities came together for relief work and entertainment. Enjoy games, poetry, parlor songs and charming anecdotes from the period and sing along with songs that were enjoyed at home and on the front lines. Admission is $5. The program will be presented by Richmond Discoveries.


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Cindy Ortega of King William, and Jimmy Ortega of Charlotte, N.C. announce the engagement of their daughter, Jennifer Ortega to Kendal Schools, son of Kenny and Becky Schools of Mechanicsville. The bride to be is a 2008 graduate of Lee-Davis High School and is currently employed by Village Bank as a Teller/CSR. The Groom to be is a 2007 graduate of Lee-Davis High School. He is currently attending the apprentice electrical program thru local 666 and is employed by Northside Truland as an electrician. A June 2011 wedding is planned in Tappahannock. KASIE NICOLE COOKE and BRADY LEE VAN FOSSEN

Susan and Davey Evans of Mechanicsville, and Anthony Cooke of Glen Allen, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Kasie Nicole Cooke to Brady Lee Van Fossen son of Leroy Van Fossen, Jr. of Chesterfield and Brenda Armstrong of Mechanicsville. The couple was engaged on August 12, 2009 and will be married on October 9, 2010 at Belmont Golf Course.

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Bill and Betty Fulop celebrate 40th anniversary with party Gabor (Bill) and Betty Fulop of Mechanicsville celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Sept. 12, 2010. They have one daughter, Heather Fulop and her boyfriend Scott Palumbo, and one son, Will Fulop, daughter-in-law Rachael and grandson Hunter. To celebrate the occasion, the coupleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s children hosted a surprise party in their honor, including numerous family and friends.

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Linda and Joe Rauguth celebrated their 25th Wedding anniversary in Montego Bay, Jamaica by renewing their vows. They have 2 children, Lindsay and Joshua, and reside in Mechanicsville.

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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. 29 The Newcomers Club (for women new to the area) will hold their monthly luncheon at 11 a.m. Cost is $23. Shelly Perkins from Lite 98 will be our speaker. Reservations are required by Sept. 22, Call Brenda, 754-0460.

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Written by Conceived by CONNIE RAY ALAN BAILEY Musical Arrangements by MIKE CRAVER

New Hope’s largest outreach event of the year, “Journey Trails”, open every Friday and Saturday night in October, is now accepting donated materials, and applications for volunteers for all positions for the 2010 season. If you love creative, outreach opportunities, please

visit JourneyTrails.com, email us at: Choose@JourneyTrails. com or call 415-7717 for more information.

Church, located at 6156 Studley Rd. from 8-9:30 a.m. The cost is $5 for adults (including fish $7) and under 12 years old $2.50. Family limit is $14. Profits go to the Heart Havens Fund (residential housing for the mentally handicapped). For more information or to set up reservations, please call 746-4719 or 730-4956.

Windemere Art Gallery located at 6162 Mechanicsville Turnpike, Mechanicsville, Va. 23111. For more information please call 730-0384. Open 12-4 p.m. Daily. Sunday by appointment only. Events from Oct. 1 – Oct. 30 Featuring the Lee Gethsemane Church of Artists Association. Christ will hold a yard sale starting at 8 a.m. Gethsemane Come join us for Java Jive Church of Christ is located at at Atlee High School. It fea- 5146 Mechanicsville Turnpike, tures several bands from the Mechanicsville, VA 23111. Atlee and surrounding area. Cost will be $5 per person, The blessing of the animals and held from 7–10 p.m. in the and pet fair presented by All Commons Area. Coffee, drinks Souls Episcopal Church at Cool and snacks will be sold with Spring Elementary School, all proceeds going to the Atlee 9964 Honey Meadows Rd - off Orchestras. For more infor- Atlee Station Road near Rt. 301. mation, please contact Melissa Festivities from 10-2 p.m. with Sunderland, Orchestra Director Animal Blessing at noon. If at msunderland@hanover.k12. you have a pet member in your va.us. family, you owe it to yourself and your pet to come to this special event. There will be a Saturday, Oct. 2 Mechanicsville Community variety of vendors to address Salt Fish Breakfast will be held see CALENDAR, pg. 33 ` at Enon United Methoidst

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The Hanover County Sheriff’s Office needs assistance identifying the people shown in this surveillance image. On Sept. 2, the victim reported her credit card missing, possibly lost. On that same date, the card was used to make miscellaneous purchases at a Mechanicsville retailer. The female in the photo actually presented the card as payment. Col. David R. Hines, sheriff, said “We are fortunate in this case to have images that should be recognizable.”


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your every need and concern. Admission and parking are free. All Souls meets Sundays at Cool Spring Elementary School: Sunday Holy Eucharist at 9:30 a.m. followed by Social Gathering at 10:45 a.m. with Christian Education at 11 a.m. Nursery available for infants and toddlers. For more information please visit www.allsoulsva.com for complete information. A voter registration drive will be held from 9-12 p.m. at the Pride of Hanover Masonic Lodge, 311 Berkley Street in Ashland. The voter registration drive is being sponsored by the Hanover Democratic Committee. The deadline for registering to vote in the upcoming elections in November is fast approaching. If you aren’t registered to vote, are 18 and live in Hanover County, please come by and register. All are welcome. Photography Workshop for Teens and Tweens at the Hanover Branch Library at 12 p.m. Bring your camera, display your work, and learn digital editing tips. Join other teens interested in photography for a fun afternoon. Snacks will be served. Kidstuff – the Richmond Area Mothers of Multiples is holding their semi-annual Kidstuff yard sale from 8-11 a.m. at Chickahominy Middle School - 9450 Atlee Station Road, Mechanicsville, Va. 23116. There will be a vast array of gently used toys, equipment and nursery items. Fall and Winter clothing for Maternity and Preemie through Teen, from over 55 sellers. The sale is cash only and no strollers are allowed in the sale area. For more information www.ramom.org or contact ramomyardsale@gmail. com. Richmond Area Mothers of Multiples (RAMOM) is a

There will be a Lee-Davis non-profit organization offering support to families of twins, Doubles Tennis Tournament at the High School’s Willie Bost triplets, quads and more. Memorial Tennis Pavillion, Vivian Lawry and her co- $30 entry fee; all fees collected author W. Lawrence Gulick are used towards scholarships will speak about their intrigu- to graduating seniors at Leeing mystery Dark Harbor Davis High School. Call Marcia A Chesapeake Bay Mystery Thomas at 833-9393 or Marsha at Atlee Library at 1 p.m. Bost at 338-4699 for further Their talk will be followed information. by a book signing with light Celebrating families refreshments served. Books will be available for sale at the Carnival 2010 for special needs signing for $15. (Checks or families will be held from 11-2 cash only, please.) This free p.m. at Mechanicsville Christian event is open to the public. It Center located at 8061 Shady is sponsored by the Friends of Grove Rd. The price of admisthe Atlee Library. For direc- sion is a canned goods for the tions or other information, Food Bank. There will be a petplease call the library at 559- ting zoo, miniature horses, arts and crafts, therapy dogs, face 0654.

painting, comedian, juggler, train rides, snow cones, popcorn, hot dogs and much more. Sponsored by The Resource Connection, Inc. For more information contact Joanna Frank at 746-4303 x 360. The Richmond Area Bottle Collectors Association will hold its 39th annual Show and Sale from 9-3 p.m., early buyers 7:30 a.m. at the Chesterfield County Fairgrounds, 10300 Courthouse Rd. For more information please contact either one of the Show Co-Chairman for the event: Marvin Croker 275-1101 or Ed Faulkner at 739-2951. Yard and Bake Sale, Lebanon United Methodist Church,

Breast Cancer Awareness October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month The Mechanicsville Local will be publishing pages dedicated to Breast Cancer Awareness in our October publication. If you or your business would like to show your support for this very serious issue… Here is your chance!

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8492 Peaks Road, 8-1:30 pm. mation call 427-7500 or visit Lots of furniture and house- www.saintpaul-lcms.com. hold items. Lunch available. Proceeds to benefit the minis- Sunday, Oct. 3 try of the church. “Israel Night” Benefit Concert. Join Paul Wilbur for an Fall Festival will be held unforgettable evening of praise at St. Paul Lutheran Church, and worship at Richmond 8100 Shady Grove Rd., 10 Outreach Center (ROC), – 3 p.m. Come see our new 5501 Midlothian Turnpike, Church Building and enjoy Richmond, Va. 23225. Love good food, baked goods, Offering – proceeds go for quilts, crafts and pump- humanitarian aid in Israel. Free kins. There will be tours Admission Doors open 5 p.m. of our new building and a – Concert 7 p.m. For more Moon Bounce and crafts for information please visit www. the kids. Come and have thehopeforisrael.org. a fun day and learn about our Church. For more inforsee CALENDAR, pg. 34 `

FIRE PREVENTION PATROL Always keep looking for ways to prevent and protect yourself against fires!

The Mechanicsville Local will publish a fire prevention page on October 6th.

If you or your business would like to sponsor a helpful prevention tip, please contact Cindy Grant at 804.746.1235 ext. 16 or cgrant@mechlocal.com DEADLINE: SEPT. 30TH @ 3PM

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Call 389-9487 Creationfest Messiah Lutheran Church & School 8154 Atlee Road, 804-746-7134 Sat., Oct. 16th, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Arts & Crafts, Bake Sale, Pet Blessing (12:30), Brunswick Stew Vendors: $10 per table/$15 for 2 More Info contact: office@mlcas.org or visit us at www.mlcas.org

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In support of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Cancer Center at Henrico Doctors’ Hospital invites you to attend “Pink Mondays.” This series of educational events will be held each Monday in October and feature important breast health information presented by our physicians and clinical experts: This event will be High Risk and Heredity: Understanding the Basics. All events are free, include a light supper and will be held at 6 p.m. in the Williamsburg Room of Henrico Doctors’ Hospital, 1602 Skipwith Road, Richmond. Registration is required for all events by calling 320-DOCS (3627). Visit henricodoctors. com for more details.

Tuesday, Oct. 5 Parkinson’s Disease – Support Group – Roundtable discussion for Parkinsonians and caregivers held at Circle Center, 4900 W. Marshall Street at 7 p.m. Contact Kathy H. Morton at 730-1336 for more information.

Wednesday, Oct. 6 Northside Baptist Church, located at 7600 Studley Rd. will have a blood drive from 3:30-7:30 p.m. Free dinner served from 5:30 - 6:15 p.m.

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Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9808 is forming up a Youth Drill Team & Color Guard. Youth 13 and up interested in participating can join us for practice every Wednesday night from 7-8 p.m. at VFW Post 9808, 7168 Flag Lane, Mechanicsville, VA. First public event will be the Mechanicsville Christmas Parade- December 5, 2010. For more information, contact austinhooe@ymail.com or attend any Wednesday night practices.

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Saturday, Oct. 9 Doswell Fire - Station 4 is seeking Arts and Crafts vendors to participate in a Fall Festival Community Event on Saturday, October 9th. A $15.00 prepaid registration fee is required. Hours are 10:00a - 2:00p. Arrive early for set up, wrap up and depart afterwards. For additional details call Doris at 876 - 3817. The United Methodist Men of Enon UMC will hold its Annual Brunswick Stew. The church is located at 6156 Studley Road, Mechanicsville (2 miles east of Rural Point Elementary School) Stew will be $7 per quart and ready at noon with pickup available until 2 p.m. Call the church (746-4719) or Bob Gibson (723-5971) to order.

Salem Presbyterian Church will host it’s monthly SingA-Long at 10 a.m. Our Hymn of the Month is “I’ll Fly Away”. Come and join us as we sing our favorite The Black Creek Volunteer hymns and “oldies”. Light Fire Department will be havrefreshments are served. ing our annual Turkey Shoot The Mechanicsville starting on Saturday, Oct. 9 and Tea Party is comprised of running every Saturday night Democrats, Independents, starting at 7 p.m. through Nov. Libertarians a n d 20 at the Firehouse at 6229 Republicans. We are a very McClellan Road. Please come active, solutions-oriented and bring your friends and famgroup that focuses on edu- ily. There will be great prizes, cating the public, presenting great food and wholesome famlegislation and defending the ily fun! You may call 781-0432 Constitution. We meet in the for further information. old EHV fire station at 8493 Enon United Methodist New Bethesda Road at 7 p.m. For more information, Church located at 6156 Studley please visit us on Facebook Rd., Studley, Va. and will have a bake sale at 8 a.m. Sponsored or call 769-8884.

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OCTOBER 3, 2010 2:30 3 PM 3:30

(10:55) “3000 Miles to Graceland”

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56

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23

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SportsCenter Special

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My Life 365

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10:30

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34

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››› “A Time to Kill” (1996) Sandra Bullock, Samuel L. Jackson. Å

35

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Raymond

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steak dinner will be served from 4-6 p.m. Contact Carol Ware at 746-2356 if you have a craft or product or service you would like to sell. The John Marshall High School Class of 1955 is planning a 55th Reunion on Oct. 9 and 10. The Reunion Committee is looking for lost classmates and asking those who have not yet made their reservations to call Janice Glover Burton at 276-3480 or Jean Ormand Small at 746-3096. MONDAY EVENING 4 PM 4:30

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The Hanover Ruritan Club is proud to present Steak N Race 2010. Family fun for all ages! Gates open 10- 7 p.m. This year including a King Sized Steak Dinner, Live Music, children’s games, crafts vendor and lawnmower racers on a Daytona Style Track. Tickets can be purchased at w w w.hanoverr uritan.org. Buy Tickets online at www. hanoverruritan.org or at Mechanicsville Drug Store, Lipscombe Appliance, West Store, Meadowbridge Auto Service or Colonial Farm Credit For more information or to signup as a Craft Vendor, call 779-2522.

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operating needs. A Bake Sale and silent auction / raffle will be included. Firehouse Tours, Children’s Entertainment and Safety Education Displays will be featured. For a small fee we have spaces available for your yard sale merchandise. Call Chief Tina Fugman at 6989447, or 365 – 4905, for inforThe Hanover Courthouse mation or to make reservations Volunteer Fire Company will / donations for the yard and hold an open house and yard bake sales. sale from 12-4 p.m. at their The Henry Volunteer Fire Firehouse, 13326 Hanover Courthouse Road in Hanover Company will hold a 50th (23069). At the time of our 57th Year Celebration and Open Anniversary this fun commu- House from 12-4 p.m. at their nity event will produce funds Firehouse, 9634 Chamberlayne for our volunteer training and Road, in Mechanicsville 40th Hermitage High Class Reunion at Lakeside Country Club from 5:30-11:30 p.m. For more info email barbgrl8750@ hotmail.com or Kaharris7@ embarqmail.com or call 7464977 and leave message. Also invited is the class of 1969 and 1971.

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(23116). This Community Event is always great fun. Kids Entertainment, Safety Education, Equipment Displays and Rescue Demonstrations will occur. See the Jaws Of Life in use and experience Hanover’s Fire Safety House. Come meet your local Firefighters, and get to know this organization serving since 1960. This is a family/all ages event. Light food and snacks available at no cost. For additional information call Station Six at 746 – 4769.

Beds for Kids, a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide beds for kids in need in our community, is sponsoring a Penny Drive. We need your pennies! In an effort to support our local community, Concrete Ideas, 10996 Leadbetter Road, Ashland, VA, will be collecting your pennies from Oct. 1-29 between normal business hours. We are hoping to get 400,000 penMonday, Oct. 11 Silly Bandz Switch from 11-12 nies = $4000 this will buy 30 twin p.m. at Hanover Branch Library beds for 30 children. www.beds– School age children and younger forkids.us.

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FOOTBALL

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Hanover at Highland Springs 7:00 p.m.

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Lee-Davis at Varina 7:00 p.m.

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Tomato Bowl brings thrills and controversy Patriots come back to defeat C-Feds in Tomato Bowl thriller By Arthur Lee Thompson IV For The Mechanicsville Local It’s the Tomato Bowl. There is not a more storied football tradition in the Richmond area. Pride is at stake. Bragging rights and early momentum can be found. Last year, Lee-Davis did in their Ashland neighbors the Patriots winning their first Tomato Bowl since 2004. The Confederate victory dropped Patrick Henry to its first 0-3 start in 20 years. This year Patrick Henry came in to the game teetering with the possibility of falling to 0-3 again but both teams came into the rivalry with new coaches. Zac Hayden was calling the signals for Lee-Davis while Sam Hart manned the sideline for the Patriots. And in a Tomato Bowl thriller dominated by penalty flags flying both ways, the Patriots came back from a 24-0 deficit to defeat Lee Davis 25-24. “We had a bad first half,” said Patrick Henry senior quarterback Jayrin Waller. “Our coach gave us a speech at half time. We got motivated. We had to come out here and play hard the second half. We weren’t doing what we supposed to do the first half. But we never gave up.” Lee-Davis dominated the game for most of the first half.

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However, their first series foreshadowed the penalties and mistakes that would plague them for most of the game. The C-Feds had to call time out to avoid a substitution penalty on their first offensive play. Despite their setbacks, senior running back DeVonte’ Scott (104 rushing and 2 touchdowns in the first half) eventually scored on a 6-yard run. Running a two quarterback system, Lee-Davis went on to apparently put the game away, scoring 24 point straight points and seemed to be in compete control. Scott scored his second touchdown on an 8-yard run

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then senior wide receiver Chance Stone scored on an 81yard screen pass from quarterback William Coalson. Stone converted his third 2-point conversion out of the wildcat formation to make the score 24-0 with 6:19 minutes to go in the second quarter. But early problems began to mount for Lee-Davis, Coalson suffered an ankle injury on the Stone touchdown and sat out most of the rest of the game. Coalson’s absence was further amplified because Lee-Davis was already without fellow starting quarterback Israel Vaughan who was injured early in the first quarter.

Photos by Charlie Leffler/The Local

“That hurt us,” Hayden said. “We run both of our quarterbacks. That is a big part of our offense.” Though the Lee-Davis defense continued to shut down Patrick Henry, the C-Feds missed those contributions to their offense almost instantly. Lee-Davis inserted senior tight end Travis Stallings at quarterback just before the half. On his first pass Patrick Henry sophomore defensive back Travis Phillips pulled in the interception and raced 87 yards down the left sideline for a touchdown, sending the Patriots into the locker room with momentum.

Left: Lee-Davis’ Caleb Wyatt, left, and Patrick Henry’s Brian Houchens dive for a loose ball early in the game. Above: In one of the game’s most controversial plays, Lee-Davis defenders Tyrell Eaton (20) and Chance Stone (1) sandwich Patrick Henry receiver Kenny Mock while going for the ball. It appeared Eaton intercepted the ball but Lee-Davis was called for a penalty and the ball was awarded to the Patriots. From there, Patrick Henry went on to score the game inning touchdown.

“T.J. made the big play in the first half,” said PH senior defensive back Kenny Mock of Phillips game changing interception. “Our seniors are leaders. We said everyone had to step up and do their part.” The beginning of the second half yielded the same bad results for Lee-Davis. First half star DeVonte’ Scott coughed up the ball on a hard hit and Mock scooped up the fumble, returning the ball 40 yards for a touchdown to trim the margin

to 24-13 after a failed 2-point conversion. Lee-Davis then inserted junior wide out Caleb Wyatt at quarterback to run the wildcat formation. Wyatt finished the game with 107 yards and the Cfeds were able to move the ball but not into the end zone. As the third quarter continued, the Patriots cut into the lead on field goals of 22-and 33yards from Louis Carrillo. The latter coming after a squib kick see TOMATO, pg. 39 `


Equal-opportunity offense Atlee’s Ferguson shares the wealth in resounding win By Tim Pearrell Media General News Services Most quarterbacks have a favorite receiver, maybe two. Atlee High quarterback Drew Ferguson says he makes it clear to the hands guys on his team: If you’re running a route, expect the ball. “I have no favorites,” he said. The 10th-ranked Raiders like to empty the backfield and give Ferguson five receivers. He found them frequently Friday night in a 42-12 nondistrict victory over visiting Douglas Freeman. Ferguson completed 18 of 28 passes for 287 yards and three touchdowns as Atlee improved to 4-0 for the first time in school history. Seven receivers caught passes. Shaquille Williams had the most with six (51 yards). “My receivers are all great,” Ferguson said. Atlee has gone to the empty-

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from the previous field goal allowed Patrick Henry’s Ross Jones to recover the ball just before it went out of bounds. Holding a 24-19 lead late in the fourth quarter, Lee-Davis appeared to kill the Patriots dream of winning the game when Tyrell Eaton out jumped the Patriots’ Raymon Minor on a fade pattern in the end zone for an interception. The C-feds only needed to get a couple of first downs and run out the clock. They got one first down then had to punt the ball back to the Patriots. With 3:00 to go Patrick Henry embarked on a dramatic drive to win the game. In one of the game’s most controversial plays, Lee-Davis’ Eaton and Stone sandwiched

backfield look more frequently this season. But that doesn’t mean the Raiders won’t run. They sometimes use Ferguson, a 6-1 195-pounder, on designed draws. He had 78 yards rushing, giving him 365 yards of offense for the evening. “He’s mobile,” Atlee coach Roscoe Johnson said. “He can throw it and run it.” After three passes and less than four minutes last night, Ferguson had two touchdown passes and 145 yards. On third and 15 on its first possession, Atlee sent three receivers to the left and two to the right. Ferguson found Will McCombs alone up the seam for an 80-yard TD. After Freeman punted, the Raiders flooded the left side with the same play. Ferguson found Jordan Underwood on the same route for a 63-yard TD. Freeman, which dropped to 0-3, had trouble throughout the game with fumbles and

shotgun snaps over the head of quarterback Keith Wells. Two fumbles led to short scoring drives for Atlee, and defensive lineman Jeremy Epps recovered another in the end zone. The victory allowed the Raiders to keep pace with several other teams in what is shaping up to be an unusually crowded Division 5 playoff picture. Johnson said he’s not sure how good his team is yet. The Raiders started 3-0 last year before finishing 5-5. “I think we’re tougher mentally and physically,” he said. “We’ll find out quickly how good we are in two weeks [when the Raiders play Henrico after a bye week]. The only thing we’ve talked about is we’ve got to finish our business.” Tim Pearrell is a staff writer for the Richmond Times Dispatch.

Mock going for a Waller pass from the 25. The three came down in a pile and Eaton came up with the ball. But in the end, the officials determined Mock caught the ball at the Lee-Davis 48, and Lee-Davis was guilty of pass interference. The penalty brought Patrick Henry to the 33 yard line. A second controversial play soon followed when Waller threw the ball to Minor deep along the left sideline. It appeared Minor shoved off LeeDavis defender Tyler Moody to create space and catch the pass. However, no flag was thrown and it was first and goal for the Patriots on the 9-yard line. Waller then found senior Brian Houchens on a swing route and the game winning score with :47.6 seconds to play. “I called it,” said Houchens on the score. “I told my quarter-

back. Watch the swing out of the backfield. My man listened to me and we got the score baby.” Lee Davis reinserted Coalson but they were unable to score. “We fought extremely hard to get back into this game,” said Patrick Henry head coach Sam Hart. “We had an ugly first half. But they never gave up. I am extremely proud of that.”

Douglas Freeman..... 0 6 0 6—12 Atlee ....................... 14 14 0 14—42

Atl — McCombs 80 pass from Ferguson (Pulisic kick) Atl — Underwood 63 pass from Ferguson (Pulisic kick) Atl — Hall 15 pass from Ferguson (Pulisic kick) Atl—Ferguson 1 run (Pulisic kick) DF — M. Wells 10 pass from K. Wells (kick failed) Atl—Doggett 2 run (Pulisic kick) Atl — Epps fumble recovery in end zone (Pulisic kick) DF—K.Wells 1 run (run failed) RUSHING: Douglas Freeman — Cabas 13 carries, 78 yards, McCormick 2-6, Moore 1-1, K. Wells 5- minus-14; Atlee — Ferguson 1278, Hall 10-31, Rucker 4-53, Doggett 2-2, Combs 1-0 PASSING: Douglas Freeman — K. Wells 11 completions, 21 passes, 117 yards, 1 TD, 0 interceptions; Atlee— Ferguson 18-28-287-3-0. RECEIVING: Douglas Freeman — Moncure 3 catches, 48 yards, Cabas 3-33, Harvey 3-25, M. Wells 1-10, Sylvain 1-1; Atlee — McCombs 180, Underwood 1-63, Williams 6-51, Pulisic 5-31, Griffith 2-29, Price 218, Hall 1-15.

Rogers perfect and so are Hawks No. 3 Hanover 49, Deep Run 0

added scores. This Friday, No. 3 Hanover travels to Highland Springs in Staff reports what could turn into one of Sam Rogers was perfect the Capital District’s biggest through the air, going 11 for games thsi season. 11 for 212 yards and four Deep Run ................ 0 0 0 0 — 0 touchdowns as the Hawks Hanover................ 21 7 14 7 — 49 (3-0) beat the Wildcats (0-3). H — Cheatham 52 punt return Rogers also added seven car- (Palmen kick) ries for 20 yards. H — Morris 53 pass from Rogers Blake Underdown had (Palmen kick) four catches for 94 yards and H — Underdown 26 pass from two touchdowns and Deane Rogers (Palmen kick) Cheatham added two scores, H — Brooks 17 pass from Rogers including a 52-yard punt (Palmen kick) return to open the scoring H — Underdown 46 pass from for Hanover (3-0). He also Rogers (Palmen kick) had eight rushes for 57 yards. H —Cheatham 6 run (Palmen Andrew Knizner (27 yards kick) rushing) and Kenny Brooks H —Knizner 4 run (Rice kick) (27 yards receiving) each

Congratulations Alec Eberle Alec Eberle, 14, of Mechanicsville has been named to the 2nd Annual OffenseDefense Youth All-American Bowl. Eberle, a DE/OT for Atlee High School, will join dozens of peers in his age group nationwide in an East meets West clash that is part of a week long

series of events leading up to the nationally televised, 5th annual Offense-Defense All-American Bowl. Eberle was selected from a group of young athletes numbering in the thousands from across the country to participate in this one of a kind All-Star game.

Patrick Henry.............. 0 7 12 6—25 Lee-Davis.................... 16 8 0 0—24 L — DeVonte Scott 8 run (Stone run) L—Scott 8 run (Stone run) L—Stone 81 pass Coalson (Stone run) PH — Phillips 87 interception return (Carillo kick) PH —Mock 40 fumble return (pass failed) PH — FG Carillo 22 Charlie Leffler/The Local PH — FG Carillo 33 PH — Houchens 6 pass from Waller Lee-Davis’ Devonte’ Scott fights off a Patrick Henry defender as he pushes for additional yardage. Scott scored twice in the first half and finished the night with 104 yards. (pass failed)

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Brooks and Raiders ace Hanover 3-0

By Brian French For The Mechanicsville Local Hailey Brooks might just be a sophomore, but she has a pretty good feel for the No. 2 ranked Atlee girls volleyball program. She was a team manager in the seventh and eighth grade, playing with the Raiders in practice while preparing for the day when she’d take the court for them in a real match. That explains why the outside hitter is so comfortable as a key player for one of the top teams in the Central Region, and it showed Thursday night against Hanover. Brooks had nine aces to help lead the Raiders to a 25-15, 25-9, 25-12 win against the neighborhood rival Hawks. Brooks’ hard-to-defend jumping serve set the tone for each of the three games for Atlee (3-0 Central District, 9-1 overall). She had three aces as part of an eight-point run on her first serve of the first game, then added two aces apiece in 5-0 stretches in the beginning of the second and third games. “She’s very familiar with how we do things,” Raiders coach

Curtis Carpenter said. Added Brooks, who also had six kills, four digs and 23 assists: “It definitely helped (being a manager) because I developed great relationships with the coaches, and I learned a lot about how they do things. I was looking forward to playing with them for years.” Brooks was a player for whom Carpenter had great expectations at the beginning of the season, but Atlee has thrived in large part because of its balance and the tendency of its players to fill the gap when needed. “We’re really trying to be balanced,” Carpenter said. “We try to come at you so many ways.” Take Meg Bowers. Given the opportunity by a Hanover defense that focused on other Raiders players, she responded with a match-high 14 kills. “I asked my setters why they weren’t setting more for her, because Hanover had nothing for her tonight,” Carpenter said. Morgan Shute also added four aces for the Raiders. The Hawks, who dominat-

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Above: Atlee head coach Curtis Carpenter watches as the Raiders Katy Stiles (11) tries for the kill but gets it blocked by the Hawks Logan Majewski. Right: Atlee’s Hailey Brooks not only has mad skills with her serve but she was also a dominant factor at the net setting the ball.

ed Capital District play before Atlee won the regular season and tournament titles last season, didn’t have much for anyone on the Raiders roster. After scoring the first point of the first

and second games, they didn’t lead again. Hawks coach Karl Lippa said the week gave his team a good sense of where they were and what they had to do to get

there. The Hawks (2-2, 5-6) fell to No. 7 Lee-Davis 25-15, 2517, 25-20 last Tuesday. “This was one of those matches where you try to learn from your mistakes,” Lippa said.

“Atlee and Lee-Davis are playing well right now, but hopefully we’ll be there at the end of the season too.” With only one senior among see RAIDERS, pg. 41 `

R-MC gets little challenge in 28-14 win By Dave Lawrence For The Mechanicsville Local In one of those great ironies of athletics, the Randolph-Macon football team keeps dominating opponents and head coach Pedro Arruza remains happy. On Saturday, the home standing Yellow Jackets, ranked No. 25 in the D3football.com poll, scored three touchdowns in the first five minutes against visiting Frostburg State to set the tempo. They then scored three Jim Ridolphi/For The Local

RMC fullback Vance Hendren, right, comes up just short of the goal line on the Jackets second drive. They eventually scored to take a 14-0 lead.

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more touchdowns and a field goal in the second quarter to roll to a 48-14 victory. By the second half, the Yellow Jackets were in full-scale substitution mode and their lead was never challenged, but still Arruza wasn’t happy. “I hate these kind of games,” Arruza said. “They’re just not competitive. I like competitive games. Obviously the (Johns) Hopkins game was probably the best game of the year because it was neck and neck the entire time. That’s what you like as a coach.” Randolph-Macon (4-0) took just two plays and 59 seconds to get its first touchdown on a 67-yard pass from Austin Faulkner to Earl Peoples. After a Bobcat fumble deep in Frostburg

State territory, R-MC scored on a 13-yard pass from Faulkner to Vance Hendren with 11:21 left in the quarter. Forty-seven seconds later, Peoples struck again, scoring on a 52-yard punt return. “We were just kind of clicking. Earl had a nice punt return,” said Faulkner, who in one half of play completed 10-of-15 passes for 130 yards and three touchdowns – the last one on an 8-yard pass to Peoples in the second quarter. “We had good field position starting off the game.” The Yellow Jackets wanted set the tone immediately. “It didn’t really matter who scored, as long as we came out there and said, see MACON, pg. 41 `


and to compete together.”

Hampden-Sydney comes back for 32-28 win at Salisbury RAIDERS From H-SC Athletics SALISBURY, MD-In a backand-forth nail biter, HampdenSydney (4-0) came up with the big plays at the end of the game to extend its road win streak to 17 with the 32-28 victory over Salisbury University. Kenny Fryman (Hanover) put a stop to the initial Seagull drive with a fumble recovery on the 6-yard line and August Berling (Benedictine) forced a fumble on their second that was recovered by Ty Condrey (Manchester) on the Salisbury 26 yard line. It took just one play for Travis

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‘Hey, we came to play today,’ ” Peoples said. He credited his blockers for allowing him to break his scoring punt return. “They blocked really well,” Peoples said. “I don’t even think I had to make a move. It was just a straight to the end zone. … That was all them.” Shortly after Yellow Jackets’ first score, the Bobcats (1-3) scored on a 30-yard pass from Geoff Suddath to Anthony Young to make it look like they might rise to challenge their hosts. But that impression did not last long, when RandolphMacon scored on every possession of the second quarter. Drake Sanders scored on a 1-yard run with 9:59 left in the quarter. The second Faulknerto-Peoples scoring pass occurred with 6:20 left. Peoples, who likewise played only in the first half, finished with four catches for 73 yards. He also ran once for 34 yards – an advance that helped set up The Yellow Jackets’ fourth touchdown. Josh Storm connected on a 38-yard field goal with 1:49 left in the half for R-MC’s sixth score, and Thaddeus Scruggs added a 2-yard touchdown run

Lane (Mills Godwin) to find Sean Cavanagh (Clover Hill) in the end zone to go up 7-0 five minutes into the game. But on the first play of the ensuing drive, Salisbury’s Bryan Woolson took off down the sideline for the 86-yard equalizer. The Tigers controlled the first half of the second quarter, with a 20-play, 8-minute drive that cumulated with a 23 yard David Prizzia field goal. Prizzia then added a 35-yard field goal for 13-7 lead. In the second half, H-SC took just 2:49 off the clock when Evan King powered his

way for the score on a 4-yard run for a 19-7 lead After a failed two point conversion. Two possessions later, Salisbury’s Woolson had a 43yard sprint for the end zone cutting Tigers’ lead to 19-14. When the Seagull’s got the ball back again, quarterback Dan Griffin broke several tackles for a 70-yard touchdown run to give the Gulls their first lead of the game at 21-19 which blossomed to 28-19 shortly into the fourth. A minute and a half later, Lane hit Kyle Vance for a 25yard touchdown pass to cut it to 28-26.

Hampden-Sydney got the ball back on its own 30 yard line with 4:55 to play. The Tigers wasted no time as Lane hit Bruckner for 23 yards and then took it himself for 13 yards on the ground. Four plays later, Lane hit Bruckner again, this time for 17 yards to get to the Salisbury one yard line, setting up King’s second touchdown of the day to reclaim the lead 32-28 and hold on for the win. Hampden-Sydney will return to action next Saturday, October 2 as it travels to Catholic University for a 1 p.m. kick off.

27 seconds later. “When you get 11 guys on the same page, you can do some special things,” Faulkner said. “If even one guy isn’t locked into what’s going on, that can have detrimental effects.” Arruza put the second and third strings in charge in the second half. For most of the half, the R-MC offense sputtered, managing only a 25-yard field goal in the fourth quarter. The Yellow Jackets’ special teams also struggled, with one blocked field goal and three illegal procedure penalties on kickoffs that gave the Bobcats good field position. The R-MC defense, however, hurt the Bobcats in a department that Frostburg State normally has an advantage – turnovers. They had five – three interceptions and two fumbles – to just one interception thrown by Randolph-Macon. “We were just playing assignment football,” said R-MC’s Patrick Moses, who had one of the interceptions. “All the men were on the same page as Austin said, playing assignment football. We were just doing our jobs.” Randolph-Macon’s defensive secondary played aggressively, staying close enough to slap away a number of other Frostburg State passes. “We made too many mistakes against a real good team,”

said Frostburg State coach Tom Rogish. “When you make mistakes against a team that’s not very good, you can overlook them. But when you make them against real good people, you’re in trouble.” Frostburg State (1-3) was led by Suddath, who completed 6of-16 passes for 81 yards, one touchdown, and three interceptions. Suddath scored the Bobcats’ other touchdown on a 5-yard run in the fourth quarter. Running back Anton Wade gained 97 yards on 15 carries. R-MC expects a much stronger challenge this Saturday when they travel to Emory & Henry. With a 4-0 record, the Wasps are one of three undefeated ODAC teams along with R-MC, Hampden-Sydney (4-0) and Bridgewater (3-0).

kick) RUSHING: Frostburg – Wade 15 carries 97 yards, King 19-73, Jackson 2-13, Suddath 2-5. Randolph-Macon – McGhee 1869, Sanders 11-46, Peoples 1-34, Sellers 5-28, Thorne 3-19, Keyser 1-12, Scruggs 4-11, Hendren 1-3, Faulkner 1-0. PASSING: Frostburg State – Suddath 6 completions 16 attempts 81 yards 3 interception. Randolph-Macon – Faulkner 10-15-130-0, Sellers 1-31-1, Petrohovich 2-3-21-0. RECEIVING: Frostburg State – Zile 3 receptions 36 yards, Young 1-30, Ramsey 1-11, King 1-4. RandolphMacon – Peoples 4-73, Hendren 2-22, Phillips 2-15, Scruggs 1-14, Atkinson 1-12, Sanders 1-11, Egerton 1-4, Grady 1-1.

Frostburg State ...........7 0 0 7—14 Randolph-Macon .....21 24 0 3—48 RMC – Peoples 67 pass from Faulkner (Storm kick) RMC – Hendren 13 pass from Faulkner (Storm kick) RMC – Peoples 52 punt return (Storm kick) FSU – Young 30 pass from Suddath (Karolenko kick) RMC – Sanders 1 run (Storm kick) RMC – Peoples 8 pass from Faulkner (Storm kick) RMC – Storm FG 38 RMC – Scruggs 2 run (Storm kick) RMC – Storm FG 25 FSU – Suddath 5 run (Karolenko

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the nine players available, Lippa knew an adjustment period was likely. “We’re still experiencing growing pains,” Lippa said. “Right now, we’re not in sync.” That’s not a problem afflicting the Raiders, who can put a stranglehold on the district title with a win Oct. 7 at home against Lee-Davis. Still, Carpenter isn’t ready to call himself satisfied with where his team is at. “I don’t think we’re there yet,” Carpenter said. “There’s still things to work on defensively, and they’re not on the same page on some plays. We’re State pushing to get better every week

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Atlee ............................... 25 25 25 Hanover...........................15 9 12 Highlights: Meg Bowers (A) ace, 3 digs, assists, 14 kills; Hailey Brooks (A) 6 kills, 9 aces, 4 digs, 23 assists; Morgan Shute (A) 4 aces, 2 digs Records: Atlee 3-0 Capital, 9-1; Hanover 2-2, 5-6 Hanover...............................15 17 20 Lee-Davis............................25 25 25 Highlights: Christina Penzer (LD) ace, 9 kills, 3 blocks, 6 digs; Nikki Baron (LD) 2 aces, 5 kills, 13 assists, 13 digs; Allie Labons (LD) ace, 9 kills, block, 6 digs; Shawna Kirby (H) 11 digs, ace, 2 kills; Logan Majewski (H) 6 kills, 8 digs, 2 aces; Halee Winston (H) 2 kills, 5 digs Records: Hanover 2-1 Capital, 5-5; Lee-Davis 2-1, 6-5

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Raiders run past ranked Devils and Hawks No. 2 Atlee downs No. 10 Varina and No. 9 Hanover By Charlie Leffler cleffler@mechlocal.com The No. 2 ranked Atlee Raiders boys volleyball team successfully navigated their first big test of the season, downing both No. 10 Varina and No. 9 Hanover to improve to 9-1 on the season. But more importantly they moved to 3-0 in Capital District play. On Tuesday, Atlee faced off against Varina, one of the Central Region’s biggest surprises this season and found they had their hands full. “Varina is much improved from last year and their coach is doing a fantastic job over there with those guys,” said Atlee coach Nick Robinson. “They played really well against us.” The Raiders took the first set 25-19 but fell to the Blue Devils 29-27 in the second. The third set brought another intense game with the Raiders coming out on top 25-21. Atlee then closed out the match with a 2514 victory in game four. Robert Chilcoat led Atlee with 20 kills and Kody Tingler 17 while Andrew Standford recorded six digs and six aces. In their home matchup against county rival Hanover, Atlee stormed out of the gate taking a 10-4 early lead. However, the Hawks showed signs of life, trimming the margin to 12-7 on a kill from Cameron Holl. But the Raiders responded by reeling off seven straight points under the service of Stanford to take a 19-7 lead then close out the game 25-12. “We knew coming in here, against us they were going to come out fired up in the first game and we were just going to have to take their best shot

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and see what happens in the first game,” said Hanover head coach Mike Rohr. “We knew they were going to come out firing and we knew if we could just weather the storm, the second game was the game we had to go after and get.” True to Rohr’s word, the second game appeared to be Hanover’s for the taking. Trailing 2-4, the Hawks took a 5-4 lead thanks in part to an Atlee service error and lane violation. “Game two we came out a little bit lazy I think because of the outcome of game one,” Robinson said. “We played a little bit slower. Made some mental errors, service errors killed us in the second game. We didn’t pass as well either.” Atlee retook the lead 9-6 but from that point on neither team could create more than a two point cushion. Hanover took a 22-19 lead on kills from Tyler Peck but Atlee responded with a drop shot from Stanford and block from Tingler and Kyle Rodgers to pull within one, 22-21, forcing a Hawk timeout. Coming out of the break, an Atlee service error gave Hanover a 23-21 edge. But with their backs against the wall, the Raiders responded once again. A kill from Tingler was followed by a block from Billy Dishman, and kills from Stanford and Tingler to take game two 25-23. The close loss left Rohr with a feeling of what-if. “We almost got it,” he said. “We get that, it’s an interesting night if we get that second one.” Robinson said that Atlee got away from their game plan of getting the ball to Dishman at setter, where he is averaging 25 assists per match this season. “I think a lot of that has been because our passing has been decent up to this point of the

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year,” Robinson said. “We have a lot of offense. We have Kyle Rodgers, Kody Tingler and Robert Chilcoat and Andrew Stanford all playing really consistent volleyball offensively and that’s given us a lot of opportunities. And when we don’t let the ball hit the floor we’re going to continue to get good offensive opportunities because we’re getting a lot of balls up that we wouldn’t be able to get up. “The first game we were able to put the ball in our setter’s hands and run our offense,” he said. “In the second game, that really wasn’t the case. We were throwing a lot of balls to our outsides where we really didn’t want to. Defense fell apart a little bit. We just weren’t down covering like we were supposed to be and I think that hurt.” In game three Atlee went back to their bread and butter and Dishman finished the night with 37 assists. The Raiders raced out to an 8-4 lead which blossomed to 19-9 before the Hawks scored four straight on Atlee miscues. But the Raiders went on to close out the match with a 25-14 win in game three. Though upset with the loss, Rohr feels that Hanover is back on track after a few lean years. “Absolutely, I think definitely,” he said. “We were a little young last year. We didn’t have a lot of experience on the court but I think that’s paid off this year so far. We’ve played some good competition so far. Games that we have lost we made some mental mistakes.” Rohr also feels that confidence is the key for Hanover as the season continues. “I think we showed a little bit of it tonight,” he said. “It’s just a matter of, we’ve got to be able to, when the other team makes a big play, you’re not going to be able to stop everybody all of the time. You’ve got to be able to

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Above: In a closely contested second set, Atlee’s Andrew Stanford rises for a kill while Hanover’s Cameron Holl goes for a block. Right: Atlee’s Kody Tingler (10) hammers a shot past the block of Stephen Alexander and Tyler Peck (18).

come back and answer that next play. That second game we did it most of game, which is why we were in it. The third game we didn’t do it enough. “ Though undefeated in district play, the road gets no easier for Atlee as they now have to travel to Hanover and Lee-Davis. “I think pretty much from this point forward everybody is going to play well against us,” Robinson said. “They know we’ve got a target on our back. We know that we’ve got a target on our back and people are going to want to beat us.”

Records: Hanover 3-1 Capital, 4-4; Atlee 3-0, 9-1 Lee-Davis…....................... 25 16 20 Hanover….......................... 27 25 25 Highlights: Ben Turner (L-D) 5 digs; Drew Hazelgrove (H) 12 kills, 2 aces, 6 digs; Tyler Peck (H) 10 kills, 4 Hanover…...........................12 23 14 blocks, 4 digs; Stephen Alexander Atlee ...................................25 25 25 (H) 7 kills, 3 blocks, 2 digs, 2 aces Highlights: Stephen Alexander (H) 7 Records: Lee-Davis 0-3 Capital, 3-7; kills, 7 blocks; Nick Allen (H) 5 kills, Hanover 3-0, 4-3 2 blocks, ace; Tyler Teele (H) 4 kills, 2 Atlee .............................25 27 25 25 blocks; Billy Dishman (A) 37 assists; Varina ...........................19 29 21 14 Kody Tingler (A) 13 kills, 2 blocks; Highlights: Kody Tingler (A) 17 kills; Robert Chilcot (A) 20 kills; Andrew Andrew Stanford (A) 9 kills, 3 aces

Stanford (A) 6 digs, 6 aces; Cory Matheny (V) 6 kills, 5 blocks; Kory Caldwell (V) 10 digs, 2 kills; Paul Johnson (V) 9 digs, 9 assists, 6 kills Records: Atlee 2-0 Capital, 8-1; Varina 2-1, 7-2

Correction Due to submission error, the MLL umpire who attended the Junior World Series was incorrectly identified in the 9/15/2010issue. Lowell Brummett was misnamed.


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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

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CLASSIFIEDS GENERAL REAL ESTATE

HOUSES UNFURNISHED 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Available Oct 15th Non Smoker/ $825 + deposit Call Chris 427-5958

AREA 44 7501 STUDLEY RD., MECHANICSVILLE Roomy 3 bedroom, 2 bath 1512 SF Brick Rancher on Huge (1/2 acre) flat wooded lot. Closing Costs & Home Warranty Offered! OWN ME for as little as $1050 per month. $1500 Move In Special! 915-6456, wergroup.com. Exit First Realty

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

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. $1300/mo.+ $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 Immediately. $850. per mo. Call 387-5659 Glen Allen / Woodman Road Area - 3 BR New heat pump. NO PETS. $900. per month. References Required. Please call 746-3097. Hanover High Area - Brick Rancher Kit/den/living rm, 3 BR 1.5 bath. No smoking $1100.mo + dep Call 804-730-3012 House for Rent - Hanover- 3 BR 3 BA, 1 car garage. Large yard. Security deposit required. 513-5597

GENERAL REAL ESTATE Mathews Co. Gwens Island 80 Triangle Lane - $225,000. 2-brdm, 2-bath 1700+ sq. ft ranch on very large lot w/2-car garage & separate workshop. 611 Cherry Point - $205,000. 3-bdrm, 1.5 bath, 2-story. 2-add’l out-buildings, detached garage on 2 acres. Call Vi 804-725-0552

Meadowbridge Road Area - Washington Henry ES, Atlee H.S. 4-BR, 2-bath. $1090./mo. + security deposit & utilities. No pets. Call 883-6470 Mechanicsville/Avondale - 1700 sq. ft. brick ranch. 3-bedroom, 2-bath, fireplace, large eat-in kitchen, living & dining rooms, paneled den. Lawn Service. $1400/mo. No Smoking. Call 804-837-3866 SPRING MEADOWS- 3 BR 1 BA. Huge fenced in back yard. Available November 1st. $1150. mo. + deposit. Call 781-0408 Owner/Agent

Abbitt Realty 757-827-1144 Montpelier - 15 minutes West of Innsbrook on 33. 1650 Sq. Ft. 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath on spacious 1 acre lot. Like new built in 2007. $240,000. Call 804-852-6037

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Residential for Rent ∫ APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED LakeRidge Square Apartments, Voted Hanover’s Best for 2010! "Superior" Resident Satisfaction Award! Your "Home" , Our " Pleasure" Spacious 2BR/2BA Apartment Homes. Washer/Dryer /Alarm and all Appliances included. Prices from $825! www.lakeridgesquare.com 804-550-2676 804-550-3566 Fax 2 miles from VCC Mall and all conveniences!

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Hanover County School Board has set Tuesday, October 12, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the School Board Administration Building, 200 Berkley Street, Ashland, Virginia, as a time and place for a Public Hearing inviting citizen participation in planning the 2011/2012 School Board Budget.

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GENERAL HELP Comfort Keepers Needed - Now hiring CNAs & Companions. Do you want to make a difference in the lives of older adults by providing help in their homes? Days, evenings, overnights and weekends. Valid driver’s license required and must be bondable. 804-966-1997

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GARAGES/GARAGE DOORS Mechanicsville Garage Door Sales & Service. 254-0398

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

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Danny Electric Specializing in Residential Service. Professional work that you can afford! Lic/Ins. Danny Hinton, 804-640-5044 Lloyds Electrical Service Inc. For all your wiring needs. Res. & Comm. Class-A, Lic & Ins. Free Estimates. 746-3650 / 909-2253 Advertise with The Mechanicsville Local Call 746-1235 for more details!

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Companion or Certified Nursing Assistant We are searching for a Companion or Certified Nursing Assistant who enjoys working with older adults for a weekend position in the Ashland area. Successful applicants will have a reputation for kindness, competence, reliability and excellent interpersonal skills. Candidate must have valid driver’s license. Join Mature Options and receive competitive salary, flexible scheduling, intensive orientation and continuing education. Contact: Patricia Hinson, LPN Mature Options 10124 West Broad St., Ste F Glen Allen, VA 23060 (804) 282-0753 GENERAL HELP Now Hiring: companies desperately need employees to assemble products at home. No selling, any hours. $500 wkly potential. 1-985-646-1700 , Dept. VA-2713 Pro Maids is looking for dependable people who take pride in their work. Good Pay + bonuses. M F days. Use our car while on the job. Call 550-7171.

SALES Water & Sewer Sales Position Aqueous Sales is a small well established independent company located in Powhatan that represents several reputable manufacturers in the waterworks industry. We are looking for a full time individual to learn the business beginning with inside sales and advancing to outside sales, covering the VA, DC, DE, MD and WV territory. This entry level position is truly an excellent growth opportunity for the right person. Please email resumes to chris@aqueoussales.com, or fax to (804) 794-7499. For more information on our company, please see our website at www.aqueoussales.com. No phone calls please!!

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Stanley Home Improvement Repairs inside & out, No job too small. Door/Window Lic/ Ins. Ken 262-8845

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Unlimited Home Improvement Carpentry,decks,drywall,painting windows etc. Lic/Ins. Rick 683-3490

Waves of Rain Irrigation, LLC. Install, Service Work & Repair. Core Aeration. Call Matt, 332-0998

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 Lee-Davis Powerwashing - Homes, Roofs, Decks, etc. Free Est. Lic/Ins. Call Keith Lowry 690-9387. 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

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Colonial home with over 3,800 square feet sitting on a 3.25 wooded acre lot, 5 BR’s including a master suite with a jetted tub, 3 full baths plus 2 half baths, eat-in kitchen w/ island, wood floors throughout 1st floor, 2 Zone Heat/AC, 2 car garage, walk-up attic, rec room in basement, possibility of 7 BR’s. VIRTUAL TOUR $397,000.

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!! VIRTUAL TOUR $350,000.

One Owner Home! Brick Front & Cedar Siding, 4 BR’s including a master suite w/ a deluxe bath w/ a jetted tub, two story great room w/3 sided gas FP & built-in bookcases & cabinets, formal DR, eat-in kitchen w// island plus all appliances, full size utility room, 2-car attached & 2 detached garage w/ bonus room above & MORE! This Home Has It All! VIRTUAL TOUR $350,000.

PERFECT FOR ENTERTAINING VERY OPEN FLOOR PLAN

PRICED TO MAKE YOU MOVE!

OVER 2,500 SQ. FT. TRANSITIONAL

WELL-MAINTAINED COLONIAL-ATLEE DISTRICT

GREAT PRICE IN ATLEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED – PARK LIKE SETTING”

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. VIRTUAL TOUR

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. VIRTUAL TOUR $299,850.

Over 3,200 square feet, 5 BR’s including a 1st flr in-law suite, 3 ½ baths, new carpet throughout, formal rooms w/ wd flrs, FR w/ brick FP, full size laundry room & mud room, all appliances convey, ready to finish walkup attic (420 sq. ft.), 2 Zone HVAC, 2-car detached garage, fenced back yard and wrap around front porch. This home is in move-in VIRTUAL TOUR Condition! $298,850.

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.

Almost A Half Acre Lot With Lots Of Privacy! 3 BR’s, 2 full ceramic baths, low-maintenance vinyl siding, vinyl replacement windows, FR w/brick wood FP, huge updated kitchen, wood floors throughout, full-size utility room, 1½-car detached garage, spacious paved driveway, fenced backyard, concrete rear patio, central air and heat pump, and mature landscaping. Convenient to Everything! VIRTUAL TOUR $211,950.

ALL BRICK RANCHER – 3/4 ACRE LOT

BEAUTIFUL RENOVATED ALL BRICK CAPE COD

BEST VALUE IN ATLEE SCHOOL DISTRICT

WELL-MAINTAINED CAPE COD

PICTURE PERFECT TOWNHOUSE

Almost 1,900 sq ft, 4 BR’s, new baths, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, full size utility room, all new flooring, fresh paint, new hot water heater, new electric, new HVAC system, new interior doors, dimensional shingled roof, 3 brick FP’s, jaloused porch, 1 ½ attached garage, and built-in bookshelves & cabinets. This Home Is Definitely Move-In Condition-All You Need Is Your FurVIRTUAL TOUR niture! $175,000.

BRICK FRONT TRANSITIONAL ALMOST AN ACRE LOT

LAKEFRONT - FORMER MODEL HOME!

AMAZING RENOVATION AND VALUE!

SOLDHILL

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.

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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.

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Vinyl Siding Cute Cape Cod with 4 BR’s, 2 full baths, newer dimensional roof, open great room w/ laminate flooring, kitchen w/ breakfast nook & full size utility room, new carpet on stairs & upstairs, fenced back yard, rear deck, and Central Air & Heat Pump. This Home Has It All. $4,000 Closing Cost Paid By Seller! $174,500.

BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED & UPDATED!

WA E RR RA AN TY 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

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All brick w/almost 1,400 sq. ft., 3 BR’s, 2 full tiled baths, beautiful updated kitchen w/all appliances, large living room w/entry to family room w/a wood burning brick FP, full-size utility room w/washer/dryer, new HVAC system, new hot water heater, fenced backyard, replacement windows, new shutters, large detached tool shed, and new front door. TRULY MOVE-IN CONDIVIRTUAL TOUR TION! $179,500.

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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.

SOLDTOMY

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

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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 $209,950.

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

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WA E RR RA AN TY 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 Warranty! VIRTUAL TOUR $324,450.

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Custom brick Transitional with almost 3,600 square feet, stunning kitchen, up to 6 bedrooms, 4 full baths, two-story foyer and family room, formal rooms with wood floors, first floor bedroom or office, two-car attached garage, jetted tub, aggregate concrete drive and walkway, dimensional roof, ERA One Year Warranty all of this and more sitting on a cul-deVIRTUAL TOUR sac lot! $419,000.

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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! VIRTUAL TOUR $550,000.

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.

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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

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