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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of James Minter

Vol. XXVI No. 25

June 20, 2012

show a Happy Temptations big hit with residents. People See Powhatan Scene, page 6A. For many of the county’s single parents, trying to be both a mother and a father to their children is a nearly impossible task. Through the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program, one Powhatan native is trying to help.

Ware takes position at Benedictine Delegate is already ‘widely respected by the school’ says Catholic school’s headmaster By Ken Odor Contributing Writer

PHOTO BY EMILY DARRELL

Tristan Howard (left) celebrates with mentor Corey Fulcher during a recent trip to a local bowling ally. The two were introduced through the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program.

‘I just look at it like we’re hanging out’

Del. Lee Ware, R-Powhatan, will become academic dean at Benedictine College Preparatory School this summer, said the school’s headmaster Jesse Grapes. Ware has had a 31-year teaching career in history and government, the last 13 at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot in Powhatan County. “Lee will lead our acaWare demic program for Benedictine’s second century of education, soon to be in Goochland County,” said Grapes in an email to the Gazette. Later in the week Grapes elaborated on his announcement. “Education for boys needs to be rigorous, whether they want it or not,” he said. Grapes said he favored a more ‘classical approach,” where the emphasis is on teaching students to see Ware page 4A

By Emily Darell Staff Writer

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rom the looks of things, Christy zation that was founded in 1904, and helps match Howard is doing a good job raising children aged 6-14 with adult mentors of the same sex. her 14-year-old son, Tristan. For two years

They live in a nice home, in a condominium complex in Midlothian. Tristan plays on the football team, runs track, is a member of the Sea Cadets – a training program for young people run by the U.S. Navy – and has done well enough academically to ensure himself a spot at the prestigious St. Benedict’s Catholic High School this coming fall. But Howard, who works as an administrator at McGuire VA Hospital, says that as a single mom of an only child, there are some things she just can’t do. “I can’t teach him to tie a tie” she says, “or how to shave.” Wanting her son to have an older male influence, Howard signed him up for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, a nationwide non-profit organi-

“I can’t teach him to tie a tie, or how to shave.”

Tristan’s name sat on a waiting list. According to Chris Beach, program direcChristy Howard, a tor of the Richmond area Big Brothers Big single mother, on why Sisters chapter, male she got her son Tristan, 14, involved in the mentors are in short Big Brothers Big Sisters supply. program. “We’re always in need of men,” Beach said. Last year, Beach, who is a Powhatan native, decided that he wanted to get the Big Brothers Big Sisters program up and running in his home counsee Big Brothers page 3A

Break-ins on the rise once again Gas cans, iPods, and GPS units are among items that have reportedly been stolen from nearly a dozen properties in the Pleasants Road/ Woods Way vicinity in northern Powhatan. The Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office said that between May 27 and June 13 it has received 10 reports of break-ins in the area, all of storage barns, sheds, and garages. Many of the items stolen, such as the GPS units and iPods, have been taken from unlocked vehicles. “They’re taking a multitude of things,” said Detective Jason Tackett, who added that property reported as missing has included a cordless

drill, a chainsaw, and a wheelbarrow. Tackett said the break-ins are occurring in the overnight hours, roughly between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. He also said that the sheriff’s office has every reason to believe the incidents are related. Citizens with any information related to these crimes are urged to call the Powhatan Sheriff’s Office at (804) 598-5654 or Powhatan Crime Solvers at (804) 403-4357. Anyone who provides a tip that leads to an arrest and conviction is eligible for a cash reward from Crime Solvers of up to $1,000. — Emily Darrell

Firefighters planning best Fourth fest yet June 30 event will feature fireworks (of course!) but also music, food and games By Roslyn Ryan Editor

Quick, see if you can answer this: What takes six months of planning, three days of set up and looks really, really, really cool even without 3-D glasses? If you answered the annual fireworks extravaganza put on by the Huguenot Volunteer Fire Department, you’re right. And if happen to attending this year, organizer Louis Urbine (check) has one piece of advice for you: hold onto your hat. “This will be, by far, the biggest show to date,” said Urbine last week, standing in his carport surrounded by piles and piles of the handmade mortar racks that will soon fire over 2,500 professional-grade fireworks into the air above 2693 Rocky Oak Road (better known to many as Jacques Gitts’ property, home to the much-loved Bullnanza events). see Fourth page 5A

Inside

Sports

Index

A10 Catching up See what two former Powhatan students have been up to since graduation.

B1 Play ball! Post 201 kicks off 2012 American Legion season.

Calendar A8 Letters A12 Classified B10 Obituaries A10 Crime Report A2 Opinion A12 Crossword A13 Quotes A2 Extra Points B1 Real Estate B9 Horoscope A13 TV Listings B12-13


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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

COMMUNITY BRIEFS Masonic Lodge awards three county grads scholarships On June 7, Powhatan Masonic Lodge No. 295 awarded a $500 education scholarship to three graduating seniors at Powhatan High School. The 2012 recipients of the awards are Hannah Livermon, Bryson Neal, and Thomas St. John. Hannah Livermon is planning to attend Randolph Macon and is majoring in education. Her ambition is to become a teacher and work in the public school system. Bryson Neal will be attending Longwood University and plans to majors in criminal justice. He would like to work for the local sheriff’s department, like his father. Thomas St. John has been accepted at three different universities and he is weighing his options. He is planning to major in physics or astrophysics. To qualify for the scholarships, the recipients must be a resident of Powhatan County, they must be of high moral character, profess a belief in a Supreme Being, and they must demonstrate a marked willingness to help, aid, and assist others. The Powhatan Masonic Lodge No. 295 has been awarding scholarship money to local seniors for over 20 years. For more information about the Powhatan Masonic Scholarship or for any information regarding the Lodge, please contact Sean Campbell at mscampbe@vt.edu.

QU OT E S “It seemed like a natural progression of my academic career and a wonderful opportunity.�

“I’m from Powhatan, and I want to see the county do well.� Big Brothers and Big Sisters’ Richmond-area Program Director Chris Beach, on why he wants to make sure the program does well in Powhatan.

Del Lee Ware, on why he is leaving Blessed Sacrament to take a position at Benedictine High School. See page 1A

See page 1A.

“Of course the paper doesn’t want to dwell on anything that shows that it’s cheerleading for those who ran the County before the last election was not justified.� Powhatan resident Cecil Jordan, in a letter to the editor. See page 12A

Powhatan county deputies work to build the most Wawastyle sandwiches during the grand opening celebration of the store in Midlothian. In the end, the group ended up tieing the local fire volunteer fire department, 36-36. PHOTO BY BEN ORCUTT

Country music artist Lee Brice will headline Powhatan Live The Virginia Museum of Radio Entertainment is proud to announce that up-and-coming country music star Lee Brice will perform “Powhatan Live� in Powhatan on Sunday, July 8. Tickets for Lee Brice ($16.50 in advance and $20.00 at the door) are on sale now through www.powhatanlive.com and the County Seat restaurant in Powhatan. Doors will open at 5p.m.

Belmead will once again play host to star gazing event The second star gazing event of the year will be held at Belmead on the James on June 30 at 7:30 p.m. All residents are invited to learn about the night sky and study galaxies and constellations during this informative seminar, which will take place at 5004 Cartersville Road in Powhatan. Particpants are encouraged to bring their own telescopes if they have them, but this is not required. Suggested donation for membership in the Star Club is $20. Project Stars is sponsored by Thomas Berry Educational Center and the Richmond Astronomical Society. For more information, please visit www.francisemma.org.

Protect and serve sandwiches? ‘Hoagies for Heroes’ contest, pitting county deputies against volunteer ďŹ reďŹ ghters, was part of Midlothian Wawa’s grand opening celebration By Ben Orcutt Contributing Writer

In suitable fashion, Wawa celebrated the grand opening of its Pike View Drive store in Midlothian on Friday with a hoagie-making contest between the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office and the Powhatan Volunteer Fire Department. Carol Jensen, Wawa’s chief marketing officer, said the contest is called Hoagies for Heroes. Prior to the contest, Jensen said Wawa would donate $1,000 to the winning team’s charity and $500 to the runnerup. With both teams making hoagies at a frantic pace, the score was tied 36 to 36 when time expired. Due to the tie, Wawa decided to donate $1,036 to the sheriff’s office and $1,036 to the volunteer fire department. Deputy Brad Luxford said the money Wawa donated to the sheriff’s office will go toward Project Lifesaver.

“Project Lifesaver is a system that’s devised to help people who have autism or Alzheimer’s,â€? Luxford said. “Those two diseases tend to make people want to walk or go places and when they wander off, they tend to go places where normal people wouldn’t necessarily go.â€? Luxford said those who wander off can be difficult to find, but that Lifesaver helps with the process. “It’s a device that can be put on like a wristwatch or it can go on an ankle,â€? Luxford said. “It has a transmitter in it and by using directional antennae, we can track where they’ve gone. We’ve been doing this in Powhatan County for quite a few years. I’ve been running it for the last four.â€? Luxford said the program is offered at no cost to the client and is maintained through donations. The money Wawa donated is a big help, Luxford said. “This is enough money for certainly for all the batteries and bands that I need for well over a year, so it’s great,â€? Luxford said. “It’s great to have that assurance and especially if we start getting more and more people in the project, I’m going to have to buy more transmitters, etc., so it’s nice to have‌.â€? Ryan Burke, a member of the Powhatan Volunteer Fire Department team that competed in the hoagiesee Contest page 3A

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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

“I don’t necessarily think of myself as a ‘mentor.’ There’s nothing to . It’s just a little time.�

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Corey Fulcher, a volunteer with Big Brothers Big Sisters in Powhatan

Big Brothers: Program now needs mentees ty. “I’m from Powhatan,� Beach said, “and I want to see the county do well.� Last year Beach spoke about his organization at the Powhatan Rotary Club; in attendance was Corey Fulcher, who lives in Midlothian, but is a Rotary member in Powhatan and works for his family’s business, Aerations Plus, located on Route 60. Shortly after Beach’s presentation, Fulcher applied to become a mentor. After undergoing Big Brothers Big Sisters’ standard 5point background check and interview process, Fulcher was paired with Tristan. The 26-year-old Fulcher looks as though he actually could be Tristan’s older brother. Both are sandy-haired and brown-eyed – though Fulcher jokes that his “little brother� is already taller than he is –and their primary shared interest is sports. Nearly all of their weekly outings involve something sports-related: bowling, fishing, a Squirrels game, go-cart racing, a trip to the batting cage. Fulcher has even introduced Tristan to golf. “I don’t necessarily think of myself as a

‘mentor’� Fulcher says. “I just look at it like we’re hanging out.� Fulcher says that if he could tell prospective mentors any one thing it would be that “it’s really easy.� “There’s nothing to it,� Fulcher says. “It’s just a little time.� Beach said that in the year since his presentation in Powhatan he’s had nine people – eight women and one man – sign up and become approved as mentors. However, what he’s waiting on is mentees. Beach said that people may have misconceptions about what sort of children can participate in the program. He said that while many of the children are from lower-income backgrounds or singleparent homes, this isn’t necessarily the case. Some are the children whose fathers or moth-

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making contest, applauded Wawa for donating money that he said will go toward things like installing smoke detectors. “I think it’s great that the new organization coming into the community wants to be involved and donate for us,� Burke said. Burke said he never participated in a hoagie-making contest be-

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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

Ware: Delegate says taking new post will be ‘an honor’ Continued from page 1A

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Tiero Cuccinelli, here with Powhatan Republican Party Chairman Tim Gresham, said everyone must “do whatever we can to work for a change at the White House.”

Attorney General’s wife celebrates Flag Day with county Republicans horseback as guests gathered in the stone pavilion. In addition to the stirring presentation of the United States flag, Veteran riders also presented flags from each branch of service. The Flag Day event, which raised money for Lonesome Dove’s veteran support programs focused on recognition of veterans. Each speaker recognized several Veterans in attendance by calling their names and stating their rank and years of service, as the crowd showed appreciation with enthusiastic applause Former Navy Seal Scott Taylor and Lonesome Dove director Clint Arrington also shared emotional words of encouragement and appreciation for the dedication and service of local Veterans. “So often, we take our flag for granted,” said Republican Chairman Tim Gresham. “This Flag

Day celebration is to remind us of what our flag stands for and the sacrifices so many have made for us to live in the greatest country on the face of the earth,” Gresham added. “We are thrilled, as the Republican Party of Powhatan, to support the incredible work done here for Veterans at Lonesome Dove,” said Gresham. “I hope this event provides some good exposure for their good work,” he added. Tiero Cuccinelli’ s husband Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, has already announced plans to seek the Republican nomination for Governor in 2013. He will likely fact Lt. Governor Bill Bolling for the Republican nomination. Cuccinelli has received a lot of attention for filing the very first state lawsuit against the health care reform bill – commonly known as Obamacare.

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think logically and said Ware shares his outlook on education. Grapes said Ware’s service on Benedictine’s Board of Trustees had been impressive. “He is widely respected by the school,” said Grapes. The academic dean position Ware will assume was created last year and is currently held by an interim dean. Ware will also teach some government classes, said Grapes. In an interview Friday, Ware said it is an honor taking on the post. “It seemed like a natural progression of my academic career and a wonderful opportunity,” he said after wrapping up his last official day at Blessed Sacrament. “It’s going to be a new challenge but a real opportunity to put into practice things that I’ve looked at and been part of as a teacher for three decades now.” Ware’s 65th District includes all of Powhatan, and parts of Chesterfield, Goochland and Fluvanna counties. He intends to continue to serve in the legislature in his new job. Ware has served in the General Assembly since 1998 and is a former Chairman of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors. He taught

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Rico, and from U.S. families living abroad, as well as 15 chosen atlarge and 20 Presidential Bethany Bruno, a Scholars in the Arts. Powhatan student that attends Maggie Walker College news: Governor’s School, was Sarah Kaitlyn Jaroselected for the 2012 U. S. Presidental Scholars sinski of Powhatan has received a Bachelor of Program. The U.S. Presidential Science degree in bioloScholars Program was gy during Hollins Uniestablished in 1964, by versity’s 170th comexecutive order of the mencement ceremony President, to recognize on May 20. Jarosinski graduated and honor some of our nation’s most distin- magna cum laude. She guished graduating high was also named an Honor Student for the 2012 school seniors. In 1979, the program Spring Semester. was extended to recogFour Powhatan resinize students who demonstrate exceptional tal- dents have been named ent in the visual, creative to the spring semester and performing arts. Dean’s List at Radford Each year, up to 141 stu- University. They are Walter Aldents are named as Presexander Winfree, junior idential Scholars, one of media studies major; the nations highest honSarah Grace Davis, seors for high school stunior recreation, parks dents. The 2012 Presidential and tourism major; EmScholars are comprised ily Anne Howland, sophof one young man and omore pre-nursing maand Rebecca one young woman from jor; Florence Upson, sophoeach state, the District of more pre-nursing major. Columbia and Puerto

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For the fourth year in a row, Urbine and company will be putting on the Independence Day celebration to help support the fire department and offer Powhatan families a safe, familyfriendly environment to celebrate the holiday. The event will actually be held June 30, the Saturday before the Fourth of July, with gates opening at 5 p.m. Urbine expects to draw an even bigger crowd that last year’s 8,000 attendees, which was the biggest turnout in the event’s three-year history. On hand for residents’ enjoyment will be musical guests Everwilde, who will be opening for

Nashville recording artist—and recent star of the film Cowgirls and Angels—Amber Hayes. There will also be plenty of food vendors, crafts and children’s activities, including a 65-foot duallane water slide. Of course, all that is in addition to the main attraction, the fireworks, which is what Urbine really gets excited about. He and the other organizers begin painstakingly planning the show in January, he says, so that by the time the show comes around they are able to put on a mindblowing display. It’s as action-packed a half-hour as you’re likely to find anywhere: in just under a half hour, Urbine will oversee the

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Lee’s view of McClellan: ‘An overly-cautious man’ To mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, Powhatan Today will run a monthly article detailing what is happening in Powhatan, with the two Powhatan units fighting during the same time period as one hundred and fifty years ago. The soldiers mentioned and quotes provided in the articles are real. Some of the soldiers have descendants living in Powhatan.

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ee takes Command! President Jefferson Davis has resurrected the career of his military attaché, General Robert E. Lee. In a whirlwind of activity over the month of June, General Lee showed why Bret. Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott offered Lee command of all Union forces at the war’s start. During the Battle of Seven Pines on May 31st, Gen. Johnston’s army attacked the isolated Union III and IV corps south of the Chickahominy River. The Confederates pushed the Federals back, but at dusk Johnston was wounded. He was struck by a bullet in the arm and moments later an artillery fragment penetrated his chest. He was knocked unconscious and removed from the field. In between bouts of unconsciousness, Gen. Johnston ordered Gen. G. W. Smith to take command of the army and renew the attack the next day. The renewed attack failed to move the two isolated Union corps. Union re-enforcements entrenched along a strong defense line stymied the second Confederate attack. Due to the attack on the Federal left, McClellan shifted the bulk of his army south of Chickahominy leaving the V corps alone and entrenched in front of Mechanicsville. General Smith, who was aged and in poor health, did not impress President Davis with his handling of the Confederate offensive. Davis, therefore, gave command of the army to Gen. Lee, who promptly renamed his force the Army of Northern Virginia. Upon taking command, Gen. Lee decided to renew Johnston’s offensive against Gen. McClellan. Lee, however, did not want to renew the offensive recklessly. He needed time to strengthen the defenses around Richmond, reinforce his thinly stretched force and to gather information on where and when to attack. Lee knew McClellan from before the war. He thinks McClellan is an overly cautious man who will not attack without additional reinforce-

ments. McClellan believes he is facing 200,000 Confederates when in reality Lee has fewer than 60,000 men. McClellan has over 90,000 troops, yet he waits for reinforcements. McClellan has lost value time and the initiative, while Lee has strengthened the defensives around Richmond, gathered reinforcements and started to probe McClellan’s army for weaknesses. Lee learned of a possible weakness in the Federal lines and about their intentions from an unlikely source. That source was Lt. John S. Mosby, a young man born in Powhatan. Mosby was born at Edgemont Plantation, but was raised in and around Charlottesville. He attended the University of Virginia, but was expelled after shooting a fellow student. Mosby served jail time for shooting the student, but was released for health reasons. He was admitted to the Virginia bar, and opened a law office in Bristol. He later moved his practice to Northern Virginia. Mosby enlisted at the start of hostilities as a private, but was promoted to Lieutenant due to his bravery and ability. He became close friends with Brig. General J.E.B. Stuart and was assigned to his staff as a scout. Stuart transferred Mosby to Major General Stonewall Jackson’s command, because after the death of Col. Turner Ashby, Jackson lacked effective cavalry commanders. Mosby was attempting to report for duty with Gen. Jackson near Fredericksburg when he was captured by Union cavalry. Mosby spent ten days incarcerated in Washington D. C.’s Old Capitol Jail, before being exchanged for a Federal prisoner. While being transported from Washington to Virginia via streamer, Mosby’s ship stopped for provisions at Fort Monroe. Mosby saw a large number of troop transports. He questioned his guards and the staff about the transports. He learned that Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside’s forces from North Carolina were being transferred north to reinforce Maj. Gen. John Pope’s Army of Virginia instead of reinforcing McClellan’s army. Lincoln wanted Pope’s Army of Virginia, when reinforced, to march south from Washington and link up with the right flank of McCellan’s army outside of Richmond. When Mosby’s ship docked behind Confederate lines, he walked straight to Lee’s headquarters to report his findings to Lee. Lee now knew that McClellan would receive no additional reinforcements. Lee also thinks McClellan has left only one corps north of the Chickahominy River to protect the Union right flank and prepare for the hook-up with Pope’s force. Lee believes the Union right flank is “in the air” mean-

ing the right side of the Union army in unprotected or unanchored. Usually, the sides or flanks of an army are protected by natural formations like rivers, hills, swamps or mountains. A force with its side protected by a natural formation does not need to worry about an attack from that direction. If there are no natural formations on which to anchor a flank, then cavalry is usually stationed on the flank to act as a screen for the infantry providing them notice of an oncoming enemy force. The cavalry will scout outside the lines and establish camps and picket lines far enough in advance of the infantry so that any approaching enemy force will be detected in time for the infantry to prepare for the assault. If the Union right flank is up in the air, then Lee could concentrate his force on the isolated Union corps and attack it by surprise. To determine whether or not this is possible, Lee orders J.E.B. Stuart to scout the Union right flank to determine if it is indeed vulnerable to attack. Stuart and 1,200 troopers set out on June 12th at 2:00 a.m. from Hanover Courthouse to reconnoiter the Federal right flank. Stuart chooses Col. Fitzhugh Lee, Robert E. Lee’s nephew to lead the 1st Va. Cav. Reg. and four troops of the 4th Va. Cav. He also chooses Col. “Rooney” Lee, Robert E. Lee’s son, to lead the 9th Va. Cav. Reg. and two squadrons of the 4th Va. Cav. Stuart also brought along the Jefferson Davis Legion, Boykin Rangers and one field piece. The 4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment was divided under the commands of Colonels Fitzhugh and Rodney Lee because the unit’s two ranking officers were convalescing from wounds sustained while leading their men at Ft. Magruder. In fact, one of J.E.B. Stuart visited Col. Robinson, commander of the 4th Va. Cav. Reg., at Robinson’s plantation in Hanover before launching his raid. Lt. Mosby rode with Stuart as a scout, and all troopers were ordered to bring three days rations and forge. They were also ordered to remain as silence as possible. Stealth and speed would be a key part of this expedition. Stuart traveled first to

Louisa Courthouse, then rode to the village of Old Church which is 14 miles east of Hanover Courthouse. It was here that Stuart engaged the 5th U. S. Cav. Reg. His force routed the federals and burned their camp. At this point, Stuart had accomplished his mission to determine whether or not the Federal flank was vulnerable to attack. It was. The flank was not anchored on any natural formations and the cavalry screen was weak and inefficient. Stuart’s problem was how to get the information and his force back to Gen. Lee. After the skirmish, Federal troops were aware of Stuart’s position, and they mobilized cavalry units to pursue his force. Stuart had two options: he could counter-march to Hanover Courthouse or circumnavigate McClellan’s entire army passing back into Confederate lines at New Kent. If he returned to Hanover Courthouse, he would almost certainly engage Federal cavalry and run the risk of defeat. If he surprised the Federals and marched deeper into enemy territory, he had a chance of getting to Tunstall’s Station where a bridge over the Chickahominy River was said to be quickly repairable. Stuart decided to ride completely around the Union army. Stuart’s force traveled over 150

miles in three days capturing 165 Union soldiers, 260 horses and mules and various other supplies. His men met no serious opposition from the Union cavalry after the encounter at Old Church. The maneuver was a public relations sensation and the troopers were greeted with flower petals thrown in their path upon entering Richmond on June 14th. As an odd fact, the Federal cavalry, pursuing Stuart during the raid, was commanded by Stuart’s father-in-law, Union Brig. General Phillip St. George Cooke. Stuart disliked his fatherin-law to such an extent for Cooke’s decision to remain loyal to the Union that Stuart changed the name of his oldest son from Phillip St. George Cooke Stuart to J.E.B. Stuart, II. While the 4th Va. Cav. Reg. was riding around McClellan’s army, the 59th Va. Inf. Reg. was assigned to Chaffin’s Bluff as part of Wise’s Brigade and Major Gen. D. H. Hill’s division. Chaffin’s Bluff is in Henrico opposite Drewry’s Bluff in Chesterfield. The bluffs are of strategic importance to Gen. Lee, because at this location the James River makes a major turn creating a bottleneck which is easily defended by artillery batteries on the bluffs. A major duel took place between the USS

MONITOR, her consorts and the artillery batteries on the bluff this month. The MONITOR was attempting to run the bluffs, so she could bombard Richmond. The CSS VIRGINIA was scuttled and no other Confederate naval forces are available to defend Richmond from an attack by an ironclad. The fortifications on the bluffs represent the only defense Richmond has against a naval bombardment or an amphibious landing by Federal troops near the city. The duty may be considered rear guard by some, but it is vitally important to the defense of Richmond. Captain Dance’s artillery unit remains at Redoubt No. 5 along the Nine Mile Road north of Richmond. You may have seen some Lieutenants from the unit touring the county this month attempting to enlist recruits. The unit is undermanned, and in desperate need of additional gunners. Eighteen young men have answered the call to duty and enlisted in the unit this month. The new recruits will be sent to Camp Lee for basic training before joining the unit at Redoubt No. 5. The events of June 1862 were so important to the war that they cannot be detailed in one article. This article, therefore, will conclude in next week’s paper.

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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

T H E C I V I L WA R

Lee’s view of McClellan: ‘An overly-cautious man’ To mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, Powhatan Today will run a monthly article detailing what is happening in Powhatan, with the two Powhatan units fighting during the same time period as one hundred and fifty years ago. The soldiers mentioned and quotes provided in the articles are real. Some of the soldiers have descendants living in Powhatan.

By Jason Moore Special to Powhatan Today

L

ee takes Command! President Jefferson Davis has resurrected the career of his military attaché, General Robert E. Lee. In a whirlwind of activity over the month of June, General Lee showed why Bret. Lt. Gen. Winfield Scott offered Lee command of all Union forces at the war’s start. During the Battle of Seven Pines on May 31st, Gen. Johnston’s army attacked the isolated Union III and IV corps south of the Chickahominy River. The Confederates pushed the Federals back, but at dusk Johnston was wounded. He was struck by a bullet in the arm and moments later an artillery fragment penetrated his chest. He was knocked unconscious and removed from the field. In between bouts of unconsciousness, Gen. Johnston ordered Gen. G. W. Smith to take command of the army and renew the attack the next day. The renewed attack failed to move the two isolated Union corps. Union re-enforcements entrenched along a strong defense line stymied the second Confederate attack. Due to the attack on the Federal left, McClellan shifted the bulk of his army south of Chickahominy leaving the V corps alone and entrenched in front of Mechanicsville. General Smith, who was aged and in poor health, did not impress President Davis with his handling of the Confederate offensive. Davis, therefore, gave command of the army to Gen. Lee, who promptly renamed his force the Army of Northern Virginia. Upon taking command, Gen. Lee decided to renew Johnston’s offensive against Gen. McClellan. Lee, however, did not want to renew the offensive recklessly. He needed time to strengthen the defenses around Richmond, reinforce his thinly stretched force and to gather information on where and when to attack. Lee knew McClellan from before the war. He thinks McClellan is an overly cautious man who will not attack without additional reinforce-

ments. McClellan believes he is facing 200,000 Confederates when in reality Lee has fewer than 60,000 men. McClellan has over 90,000 troops, yet he waits for reinforcements. McClellan has lost value time and the initiative, while Lee has strengthened the defensives around Richmond, gathered reinforcements and started to probe McClellan’s army for weaknesses. Lee learned of a possible weakness in the Federal lines and about their intentions from an unlikely source. That source was Lt. John S. Mosby, a young man born in Powhatan. Mosby was born at Edgemont Plantation, but was raised in and around Charlottesville. He attended the University of Virginia, but was expelled after shooting a fellow student. Mosby served jail time for shooting the student, but was released for health reasons. He was admitted to the Virginia bar, and opened a law office in Bristol. He later moved his practice to Northern Virginia. Mosby enlisted at the start of hostilities as a private, but was promoted to Lieutenant due to his bravery and ability. He became close friends with Brig. General J.E.B. Stuart and was assigned to his staff as a scout. Stuart transferred Mosby to Major General Stonewall Jackson’s command, because after the death of Col. Turner Ashby, Jackson lacked effective cavalry commanders. Mosby was attempting to report for duty with Gen. Jackson near Fredericksburg when he was captured by Union cavalry. Mosby spent ten days incarcerated in Washington D. C.’s Old Capitol Jail, before being exchanged for a Federal prisoner. While being transported from Washington to Virginia via streamer, Mosby’s ship stopped for provisions at Fort Monroe. Mosby saw a large number of troop transports. He questioned his guards and the staff about the transports. He learned that Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside’s forces from North Carolina were being transferred north to reinforce Maj. Gen. John Pope’s Army of Virginia instead of reinforcing McClellan’s army. Lincoln wanted Pope’s Army of Virginia, when reinforced, to march south from Washington and link up with the right flank of McCellan’s army outside of Richmond. When Mosby’s ship docked behind Confederate lines, he walked straight to Lee’s headquarters to report his findings to Lee. Lee now knew that McClellan would receive no additional reinforcements. Lee also thinks McClellan has left only one corps north of the Chickahominy River to protect the Union right flank and prepare for the hook-up with Pope’s force. Lee believes the Union right flank is “in the air” mean-

ing the right side of the Union army in unprotected or unanchored. Usually, the sides or flanks of an army are protected by natural formations like rivers, hills, swamps or mountains. A force with its side protected by a natural formation does not need to worry about an attack from that direction. If there are no natural formations on which to anchor a flank, then cavalry is usually stationed on the flank to act as a screen for the infantry providing them notice of an oncoming enemy force. The cavalry will scout outside the lines and establish camps and picket lines far enough in advance of the infantry so that any approaching enemy force will be detected in time for the infantry to prepare for the assault. If the Union right flank is up in the air, then Lee could concentrate his force on the isolated Union corps and attack it by surprise. To determine whether or not this is possible, Lee orders J.E.B. Stuart to scout the Union right flank to determine if it is indeed vulnerable to attack. Stuart and 1,200 troopers set out on June 12th at 2:00 a.m. from Hanover Courthouse to reconnoiter the Federal right flank. Stuart chooses Col. Fitzhugh Lee, Robert E. Lee’s nephew to lead the 1st Va. Cav. Reg. and four troops of the 4th Va. Cav. He also chooses Col. “Rooney” Lee, Robert E. Lee’s son, to lead the 9th Va. Cav. Reg. and two squadrons of the 4th Va. Cav. Stuart also brought along the Jefferson Davis Legion, Boykin Rangers and one field piece. The 4th Virginia Cavalry Regiment was divided under the commands of Colonels Fitzhugh and Rodney Lee because the unit’s two ranking officers were convalescing from wounds sustained while leading their men at Ft. Magruder. In fact, one of J.E.B. Stuart visited Col. Robinson, commander of the 4th Va. Cav. Reg., at Robinson’s plantation in Hanover before launching his raid. Lt. Mosby rode with Stuart as a scout, and all troopers were ordered to bring three days rations and forge. They were also ordered to remain as silence as possible. Stealth and speed would be a key part of this expedition. Stuart traveled first to

Louisa Courthouse, then rode to the village of Old Church which is 14 miles east of Hanover Courthouse. It was here that Stuart engaged the 5th U. S. Cav. Reg. His force routed the federals and burned their camp. At this point, Stuart had accomplished his mission to determine whether or not the Federal flank was vulnerable to attack. It was. The flank was not anchored on any natural formations and the cavalry screen was weak and inefficient. Stuart’s problem was how to get the information and his force back to Gen. Lee. After the skirmish, Federal troops were aware of Stuart’s position, and they mobilized cavalry units to pursue his force. Stuart had two options: he could counter-march to Hanover Courthouse or circumnavigate McClellan’s entire army passing back into Confederate lines at New Kent. If he returned to Hanover Courthouse, he would almost certainly engage Federal cavalry and run the risk of defeat. If he surprised the Federals and marched deeper into enemy territory, he had a chance of getting to Tunstall’s Station where a bridge over the Chickahominy River was said to be quickly repairable. Stuart decided to ride completely around the Union army. Stuart’s force traveled over 150

miles in three days capturing 165 Union soldiers, 260 horses and mules and various other supplies. His men met no serious opposition from the Union cavalry after the encounter at Old Church. The maneuver was a public relations sensation and the troopers were greeted with flower petals thrown in their path upon entering Richmond on June 14th. As an odd fact, the Federal cavalry, pursuing Stuart during the raid, was commanded by Stuart’s father-in-law, Union Brig. General Phillip St. George Cooke. Stuart disliked his fatherin-law to such an extent for Cooke’s decision to remain loyal to the Union that Stuart changed the name of his oldest son from Phillip St. George Cooke Stuart to J.E.B. Stuart, II. While the 4th Va. Cav. Reg. was riding around McClellan’s army, the 59th Va. Inf. Reg. was assigned to Chaffin’s Bluff as part of Wise’s Brigade and Major Gen. D. H. Hill’s division. Chaffin’s Bluff is in Henrico opposite Drewry’s Bluff in Chesterfield. The bluffs are of strategic importance to Gen. Lee, because at this location the James River makes a major turn creating a bottleneck which is easily defended by artillery batteries on the bluffs. A major duel took place between the USS

MONITOR, her consorts and the artillery batteries on the bluff this month. The MONITOR was attempting to run the bluffs, so she could bombard Richmond. The CSS VIRGINIA was scuttled and no other Confederate naval forces are available to defend Richmond from an attack by an ironclad. The fortifications on the bluffs represent the only defense Richmond has against a naval bombardment or an amphibious landing by Federal troops near the city. The duty may be considered rear guard by some, but it is vitally important to the defense of Richmond. Captain Dance’s artillery unit remains at Redoubt No. 5 along the Nine Mile Road north of Richmond. You may have seen some Lieutenants from the unit touring the county this month attempting to enlist recruits. The unit is undermanned, and in desperate need of additional gunners. Eighteen young men have answered the call to duty and enlisted in the unit this month. The new recruits will be sent to Camp Lee for basic training before joining the unit at Redoubt No. 5. The events of June 1862 were so important to the war that they cannot be detailed in one article. This article, therefore, will conclude in next week’s paper.

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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

O B I T UA R I E S Dr. Thomas Hill Fore, Jr. Dr. Thomas Hill Fore Jr., age 55, of Powhatan, departed this life to enter God’s heavenly kingdom on June 2, 2012. He is survived by his wife and daughter, Jean M. Fore and Jacqueline Ann “Jackie” Fore of Powhatan. Dr. Fore was Valedictorian of his Huguenot Academy Class of 1975, a Summa Cum Laude graduate of Virginia Tech in 1979, where he was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and a graduate of Tuskegee University School of Veterinarian Medicine in 1983, where he was a member of Society of Phi Zeta. Tom was a member of the Mortar Board of Leadership Society at Virginia Tech and a member of the Golden Hokies. He was an Eagle Scout. After completing his veterinary education, he returned to Richmond and worked with Ambassador Animal Hospital before establishing Claws & Paws Animal Hospital in 2004. Tom was an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. He served as the Director of the PYAA Belles and Debs Softball Association, Assistant Coach for girls’ softball for four years, and served on the committee for the upcoming 2012 World Series for Dixie Softball Debs and Belles. A life member of the U.S. Chess Federation and an avid chess player, he also had a love of sports, playing in the 2000 Roy Hobbs World Series, completing seven Richmond marathons, and enjoying baseball, softball and snow skiing. Tom was a member of Bethany Christian Church, where he served as an Elder, Youth Leader and Worship Chair. He delighted in organizing Bethany’s haunted house each year at Halloween. Tom was a loving husband, father and son. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and the many animals entrusted to his loving care. A Celebration of Life Service was conducted June 9, 2012 at Bethany Christian Church. Donations, in lieu of flowers, may be sent to Bethany Christian Church, 5400 Forest Hill Avenue, Richmond, Va. 23225, or the Tom Fore, DVM, Memorial Scholarship Fund, c/o Virginia Tech, University Development (0336) Blacksburg, Va. 24061. This scholarship fund will assist students desiring to have a career in veterinarian medicine. Online condolences may be made at www.farrarfuneralhome. net. Farrar Funeral Home of South Hill is in charge of the arrangements. Charles Anton Porter Charles Anton Porter, 88, of Moseley, died June 4, 2012. He was preceded in death by his wife, Kitty. He is survived by his children, Beacher (Gene) Porter, Carol Greer Haynes, Dianne Simons; sisters, Shirley Combs, Phyllis Garrison, Betty Jane Hall; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held June 9 in the Chesterfield Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to Bon Secours Hospice, 8580 Magellan Pkwy., Richmond, Va. 23227. Robert L. “Bob” Woolney Robert L. “Bob” Woolney, 83, of Powhatan, formerly of Lindenhurst, New York, died May 31, 2012. He is survived by his wife Judith “Judy” Woolney; sons, Daniel G. Woolney of Powhatan, Robert G. Woolney (Terilyn) of New York; daughter, Kathleen M. Woolney of Powhatan; three grandchildren, Rebecca, Victoria and Robert. He was predeceased by one son, Thomas R. Woolney. The family received friends at St. John Neumann Catholic Church, and where funeral services were held. Online condolences may be expressed at bennettbardenfh.com.

SECOND ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH 1059 Dorset Road Powhatan, VA 23139

Catching up As a new crop of Powhatan students prepares to enter the real world, we here at Powhatan Today decided to catch up with a few graduates who have been out there for a while. Cameron Harris Cameron Jady Harris, a 2002 graduate of Powhatan High School and a current doctoral student at Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana recently received the Robert H Wade Fellowship award in the amount of $10,000. The Higher Education and Student Affairs Awards Committee selected Cameron for the award based on his record of outstanding academic and professional performance. Cameron recently spend five weeks traveling to Ghana, London and Liverpool with a group of students from the Hudson and Holland Scholars Program at IU. He also recently traveled to Vancouver, British Columbia to present a research paper he co-wrote on “Patterns in Faculty Teaching Practices on the Campuses of Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Predominantly White Institutions” at the American Education and Research Association’s annual meeting. Last summer as a part of his participation in the International Service Learning project, he traveled to Bangkok, Thailand with a select group of HESA Students from IU to share teaching practices with several Thailand Universities; he will return there for two weeks in July to further review the practices. Cameron received his Bachelors degree in Integrative Studies - Organizational Administration from George Mason University in 2006, and a Masters Degree in Higher Education Student Affairs from IU in 2009. He is expected to receive his Ph.D in Higher Education Student Affairs in May 2013 and will spend the 2012-2013 school year preparing his dissertation. Cameron is currently Associate Instructor at the School of Education & Hudson and Holland Scholars Program, a program for high performing underrepresented college freshmen and also works as a Graduate Assistant for IU’s Office of the President. —Contributed report

Fellowship Baptist Church

St. James Baptist Church Powhatan, Virginia Located on Lee's Landing Road

1 mile South from Rt. 711

Office: 804-598-2667

794-8939 Sunday School - 10:00 AM Morning Worship - 11:00 AM Wednesday Prayer - 6:30 PM Bible Study - 7:00 PM Young Adult & Teen Bible Study Sunday at 5:00 PM Rev. Matthew McCauley, Pastor

Praise and Worship Service Sunday School 9:45-10:45 Sunday Morning Worship will begin at 11:00 a.m.

GREENBRIER BAPTIST CHURCH Love, fellowship, prayer, doctrine, praise, gladness, singleness of heart and diversity

Worship Service, Each Sunday, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School, Each Sunday, 9:30 a.m. Prayer and Bible Study, Each Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Reverend Lawrence A. Wilson, Sr., Pastor 804-379-3539

www.HollyHillsBaptist.org

(Independent Bible Believing)

Meal & Bible Study, Royal Ambassadors, Youth Group 6:30 p.m. Adult Choir Practice 7:30 p.m.

Rev. Michael K. Edwards, Pastor Ed Alexander, Minister of Music Skye Hallman, Minister to Youth Sheri Jordan, Minister to Children

598-3098

www.maymemorialchurch.org Located on Rt. 13 in the Village

Muddy Creek BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist Church MOUNT ZION

2591 Ridge Road Sunday School - 9:45 am Powhatan, Virginia 23139 Worship - 11 am 804-598-2051 Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Service - 7:00 pm Rev. Bryan Stevens, Pastor Pastor David N. Peppler, Sr. 11 a.m. – Worship Service 9 a.m. – Church School Wednesday Bible Study 10 a.m. & 7 p.m.

Rev. Bill Gohmert, Pastor

5680 Cartersville Road • Powhatan, Virginia 23139 Pastor Gregory L. Beechaum Sr.

"The church where Jesus is Alive" 9:45 a.m.-----------Sunday School 10:45 a.m.----------Prayer & Praise 11:00 a.m.----------Sunday Morning Worship Kid's Church on 1st, 3rd & 4th Sundays 7:30 p.m.-----------Tuesday Night Worship & Bible Study

804-375-9404

Baptist Church

Worship Service 11:00 a.m.

Praise & Worship 8:30 am Sunday School 9:45 am 2095 Red Lane Road Worship 11:00 am 1/2 mile off Rt. 60 on Red Lane Road Children’s Worship 11:00 am 804-598-2455 www.redlanebaptist.org Prayer Service - Wednesday 6:30 pm Contemporary Service 8:30 a.m. 598-3481 Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 975 Dorset Road Traditional Service 11:10 a.m. Four miles south of Flat Rock Wed. Night Classes for all ages 6:30-7:30 www.gracelandbaptistchurch.org

OLD POWHATAN BAPTIST CHURCH

Hollywood Wednesday Evenings starting at 5:45 PM

3470 Trenholm Road www.muddycreek.org

375-9212

Graceland Baptist Church SBC Dr. Ronald Wyatt, Jr., Pastor

Holly Hills Baptist Church

Randy Blackwell, Pastor Pastor: Herbert Townes, Interim Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m. Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Sunday Night - Service 7 p.m. Bible Study Every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer - 7:30 p.m. 4731 Bell Road, 379-8930 Powhatan, VA 23139 1659 Anderson Highway 804-598-5491 or 804-598-3366 3½ miles east of Flat Rock

Sunday School 9:45 a.m.

When Albert Pavalonis, a dedicated volunteer member of Powhatan’s Company 4 Volunteer Fire Department, decided he wanted to go to medical school, it didn’t take him long to realize that the station’s conference room made a perfect place to study in between calls. What he didn’t count on, however, was the good-natured ribbing he would take from fellow volunteers, who delighted in asking “So, are you a doctor yet?” as often as they could. No, he would say, not yet, but he would also provide them with a running countdown as he soldiered on through his studies: three more years. Two more years. One and half more years. Now, after over a decade of intensive study, two degrees and four years of medical school, Dr. Albert Pavalonis can count the crew at the fire station among his biggest fans. Pavalonis recently graduated from Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine in Blacksburg, Va. But, as with so many things in life, his journey to the medical profession was not exactly a straight line. In addition to getting his Bachelor’s Degree in nursing from Jefferson College of Health Sciences, Pavalonis also completed a paramedic’s degree and a second Bachelors in Biology en route to earning his Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. Concerning the rigors of medical school—one of the most notoriously brutal training programs one can undertake— Pavalonis insists it was simply a matter of having the right mindset. “It’s kind of like anything else in life,” he says. “If you really want it bad enough you can do it.” Pavalonis says one of the biggest keys to his success was the help and support he received from his parents, Gary and Ann, Powhatan resident William Jervey, and his fellow emergency services colleagues including Penny Reams, Phil Warner, Pat Schoeffel, Rick Bucher, Josh Mullins and Blanton Marchese. As for what’s next, Pavalonis will soon head north to begin his residency at St. Barnabas Hospital in New York City. He plans to specialize in plastic and reconstructive surgery, eventually hoping to help people who have suffered disfiguring injuries. Asked if he’s nervous about the upcoming move, Pavalonis is characteristically calm. “It’s just another hoop to jump through,” he says happily, and he is looking forward to the challenges ahead. That said, he isn’t planning to forget where home is. In another five years, he says, “I’ll be happy to come back to this area.” —Roslyn Ryan

CHURCH DIRECTORY 2901 Judes Ferry Road

Reverend Robert Easter, Interim Pastor

Albert Pavalonis

“A Church Where Love Never Fails!” Pastor Otis B. Lockhart, Jr.

598-2763 Sunday School at 9:30 am Morning Service at 11:00 am Bible Study Every Wednesday Night at 6:30 pm 3964 Old Buckingham Road

FIRST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH 3920 MAIDENS RD., POWHATAN Pastor Vera Rhyne

804-598-2301 Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Bible Study Each Wednesday at 8:00 p.m.

3619 Huguenot Trail Powhatan, Virginia 23139 804-403-3070 www.finecreekbaptist.org Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Traditional Rev. David A. Simpson, Pastor

New Hope Fellowship Foursquare Church 2804 New Dorset Circle Powhatan 804-592-8564 Matt Ridenhour, Pastor Sunday Service 10:30 A.M. Youth Group on Wednesdays 7:00 P.M. Bible Study/Worship Service: 1st and 3rd Wednesday 7:00 P.M. Life groups 2nd and 4th Wednesday 7:00 P.M.

Brad Russell, Pastor 598-4241 First Worship 8:30 am Bible Study for all ages 9:45 am Second Worship 11:00 am Wed. Family Ministry 6:30 pm

2202 Old Church Road www.powhatanbaptist.org


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Powhatan Today, June 20, 2012

Powhatan and Chesterfield Chambers will partner for joint networking event Chamber Night Out created to help foster relationships between groups, ‘broaden circles’ By Korey Hughes Contributing Writer

Businesses can help to foster connections between communities. With that in mind, the Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce will team up with the Powhatan County Chamber of Commerce for a joint networking event on Thursday, June 28, at Venetian Marble Inc. in Powhatan. The event is one of the Night Out events the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce hosts each month at one of its members’ locations. Darcy Warren, communications and events director of the Chesterfield Chamber, said her group often works with chambers from other nearby localities. “We try to do some things with other chambers in our area to promote regionalism,” Warren said. “We do our Chamber Night Outs once a month, and our members sign up to host it.” Lenita Gilreath, president of the Chesterfield Chamber, said her organization has co-hosted other meetings with the Powhatan Chamber, such as the Constant Contact educational training sessions, in the past. “We have a great working relationship with the staff at the Powhatan Chamber, and Venetian Marble is a member of both chambers,” Gilreath said. When Venetian Marble offered to host Chamber Night Out, it was a logical step for them to invite both chambers to participate.” Since Chesterfield and Powhatan are neighboring counties, their business climates affect each other. For that reason, it’s important for both chambers to interact regularly and share information about goings-on in their respective districts. “As the saying goes, a rising tide lifts all ships,” Gilreath said.

“We have members that do business in both communities, and we are mindful that the successes and failures of the region trickle down to us all.” Gilreath said she thinks that business proprietors who own sites in both Chesterfield and Powhatan should join both chambers. First-time participants who attend Thursday’s meeting will have the chance to join both chambers that night. “Chamber membership is all about relationships, and we give businesses the opportunities to create relationships with other business owners and potential customers,” Gilreath said. “When you can broaden your circle into neighboring communities, it only makes sense to be a part of both chambers.” Gilreath said the informal event will provide light refreshments for participants and give them a chance to mingle with members of both business communities. Also, representatives from Venetian Marble Inc. will address attendees about the company’s products and services and give a tour of its building. In addition, companies that are members of either or both chambers will make presentations about their businesses. The meet-up is expected to be an enlightening and informative experience for attendees. “Chamber Night Out is a great way to be introduced to the benefits of the Chamber in a relaxed atmosphere,” Gilreath said. “Guests learn about the host’s business, get to meet some amazing people, and enjoy some good food and drink.” The Chesterfield County Chamber of Commerce will hold a joint networking event with the Powhatan County Chamber of Commerce at Venetian Marble Inc. from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 28, at 2150 Carter Gallier Boulevard, Suite A in Powhatan. Advance registration is required before midnight on Tuesday, June 26. To register for the meeting, visit www.chesterfieldchamber.com.

E N G AG E M E N T Hollister & Sigman Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hollister are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Margaret Evelyn Hollister, to Mr. Steven Ray Sigman, son of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Sigman. Dr. Hollister attended Longwood University and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine and is a fellow at Louisiana State University Health in Shreveport. Mr. Sigman attended Northern Michigan University and is Plant Manager at Raytech Industries in Bossier City, Louisiana. A July wedding is planned at Holly Brooke in Moseley, Virginia.

A N N I V E R S A RY

Saunders Walter and Mary J. Saunders of Powhatan celebrated their 60th anniversary on Tuesday, June 12. They have four children (one deceased), four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

B I RT H Xavier Maximus Karnolt Andrew and Melissa Karnolt welcomed a baby boy on Dec. 27, 2011. Xavier Maximus weighted 7 lbs. 3 oz. and was 20 inches long. Maternal grandparents are Scott and Jean Carter of Staunton. Material great grand parents are Ron and Ruth Carter of Greenville. Paternal grandparents are Bill and Amy Karnolt of Powhatan.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

The Episcopal Churches of Powhatan welcome you!

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church SUNDAYS 8 AM Holy Communion 9 AM Family Service of Holy Communion with children’s sermon followed by 10 AM Sunday School • 11 AM Holy Communion with Choir 5:30 PM, 4th Sundays September through May, Taize Service WEDNESDAYS 7 PM Holy Communion and Healing Service

Route 711 at Three Bridge Rd. • 794-6953 Visit us at www.stlukespowhatan.org

EVERGREEN COMMUNITY CHURCH Proclaiming & Practicing the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Worship service at 9:30 AM Meeting at Flat Rock Elementary School www.EvergreenPowhatan.com

598-8844 Rev. Leonard Liu, Pastor

New Harvest Church

Don’t be fooled by the old building! Caring, Authentic, Practical, Casual Dress, Biblically Honest. 3931 Old Buckingham Road In the Village on Route 13 across from Skaggs Road Intersection. (Next to Kountry Kids Daycare) 804-403-3100 Ken Filliben, Pastor Email: newharvestassembly@comcast.net

Emmanuel Episcopal Church Turn South At Post Office at Rt. 522 on Emmanuel Church Road 9:15 am – Worship "A Traditional Episcopal Church"

Visitors Welcome The Rev. Stephen P. Beatty, Vicar

Manakin Episcopal Church Sunday Services 8:00 a.m., 9:30 a.m. & 11:15 a.m. 985 Huguenot Trail (1 mile west of Rt. 288)

794-6401 www.manakin.org

Worship: 10 a.m.

Worshiping Sundays at: 4480 Anderson Hwy, Powhatan, 9:30 & 11:15AM Westchester Regal Cinemas, Midlothian, 10:30AM Online, 11:15AM pccwiredLIVE.net 598-1174 pccwired.net

Worship: 8:30 & 11 a.m. Sunday a.m. SundaySchool: School: 9:45 9:45 a.m. 2253 Rosson Road 2253 Rosson Road

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598-4438

www.powhatanumc.us Weekday Preschool (ages 2-5) 598-6090

Casual Dress

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

1957 Capeway Rd., Powhatan, VA

Sundays: 804-403-3963 Morning Worship 10:45 AM Ray Hugo, Bishop Wednesday: Sacrament Service – 9:00 am Family Life Night 7:00 PM Gospel Doctrine – 10:20 am 2480 Academy Road Priesthood/Relief Society – 11:10 am 598-7159 Pastor: Johnathan M. Whichard Located off Route 60 at Lower Hill Rd.

Providence Presbyterian Church

Dr. Franklin S. Reding, Pastor

Powhatan Christian Fellowship Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m.

Worship Service 11:00 am Wednesday Night 7:30 p.m. Sunday School 10:00 am

598-4970 Located on Ridge Road (Rt. 627) 2/10th of a mile north of Rt. 13

Rev. Walter G. Lewis, Pastor Saturday - 5 p.m. Sunday - 8:30 a.m. & 11 a.m. 598-3754 www.sjnpowhatan.org Located behind Flat Rock Village Shopping Center

3308 Pleasants Road, 1/4 mile off of Route 711 Russ Cress, Pastor 598-0733

NEW LIFE

United Methodist Church A place to belong 900 Old Hundred Road • 1 mile from Rt. 60

Sundays: Christian Education 9:45 a.m. Worship 8:30am & 11:00 a.m. Pastor Mike Maxwell Office 804-794-4522 Preschool Enrollment 2 yrs - Pre-K

Advertise in Powhatan Today’s Church Directory Call

598-4305 for details.

email: office@newlifeumc.org website: www.newlifeumc.org

Hobson’s Chapel

United Methodist Church

Connecting Real People to the Source of Real Life

Some services are on the river so feel free To call or email before dropping in 922-3717 VineyardMinistries@juno.com www.vineyardministriespowhatan.com

“It’s an Experience”

Powhatan United St. John Neumann Methodist Church Catholic Church Pastor Linda Lowe

Vineyard Christian Ministries Pastor Jimmy Mootz The Vineyard meets most Sunday Mornings at 10:00 a.m. Powhatan Village Building in Courthouse Area 3910 Old Buckingham Road

Bethesda Community Church

Won Lee, Pastor Bob Jennings, Associate Pastor

1801 Huguenot Trail Sunday Worship 9:45 AM Sunday School 9am Sunday School 11:00 AM Sunday Worship 10am Wednesday Bible Study 6:45pm Music Ministry, Bible Study

378-3607

www.EmmausChristianChurch.org

Wed. 7 PM 492-4366

Located on Route 13 (Old Buckingham Road)

Advertise in Powhatan Today’s Church Directory Call 598-4305 for details.


The new Powhatan Live concert series is now in full swing—and is apparently a hit! Did you attend the Temptations show last Thursday? If so, tell us what you thought. E-mail answers to editor@powhatantoday.com or submit them online. Visit www.powhatantoday.com to see fellow residents’ responses.

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Q AND A

Paper is not ‘pay for play’

Powhatan Today recently caught up with 2010 Powhatan High School graduate Kerri Vaughn, who has spent the years since she graduated working as a missionary in Esteli, Nicaragua. Asked to describe the experience in five words, Vaughn called it “an extraordinary blessing from God.” Can you tell describe for us how you ended up in Nicaragua? When I was 15 years old my dad took me on my first short term mission trip to Nicaragua. I was super excited to be going on my first mission trip. I had no clue what to expect, but when it was all said and done my expectation was nothing compared to the life experience and memories that I gained just on those 10 days in Nicaragua. The following year I went back with the same group to Nicaragua for a short-term mission trip though we went to different locations than the year before. When I was 17 years old I was a senior at Powhatan High School and I was planning my future. Graduating high school, going to college, and start a future — the same thing your parents have been planning for your life since you were born. In October 2009 I started praying if I should work on the mission field after high school, or go to college like I had planned. By the next trip in March of 2010 I still had not figured out what I was supposed to do, even though I had gotten early acceptance into the college I wanted to attend and my parents had started paying for it. I went on the trip still praying that God would show me or tell me what I was supposed to do. When I went on these mission trip I usually just worked with the kids’ outreach ministry that focuses on the child, but the women’s ministry wanted to come together with the kid’s ministry and have a two-day for a teen

By Roslyn Ryan Editor You may reach Roslyn at editor@powhatantoday.com

I recently read a comment on the Powhatan Today web site that appeared to suggest, if I read it correctly, that the Powhatan Today newspaper is supported by public funds and therefore has an obligation to report the news in a certain way. To say that argument is flawed is an understatement. On the surface, it appears to make sense: the county does, in order to meet certain legal requirements, pay to advertise meetings and other information that is required to be made public. And yes, newspapers have a moral and ethical responsibility to report the truth as accurately as humanly possible. But the web poster’s argument misses one very, very important distinction, the one between a newspaper’s content and its ads. The ads run as exactly as the county submits them; in short, the county gets exactly what the county (using public funds) pays for. End of story. To suggest that because the county purchases ad space in a newspaper that paper then has an obligation to alter its editorial content is ludicrous at best. Yes, if you want to say that Powhatan Today receives public funds, that’s fine by me. But that would be akin to saying that, because a member of the staff at the county administration building slips over to County Seat for a Bossy Burger every day at noon, the County Seat is supported by public funds. I have stated this in these pages before and will do so again: the staff of Powhatan Today takes its obligation to the community very, very seriously, and endeavors every single day to provide the best, most accurate and comprehensive coverage available, both in print and online. When we make mistakes, we own up to them and correct them quickly and publicly. We are here, as we have see Pay page 13A

L E T T E R S TO T H E E D I TO R Editor’s desire to ‘move on’ is just more cheer leading Dear Editor, I can’t believe [Powhatan Today Editor] Roslyn Ryan. She complains that there is too much transparency about how the budget has been mishandled. Now that damaging information is coming out about the former County Administrator and her supporters on the last Board of Supervisors, Powhatan Today insists that we ignore it and move on. Of course the paper doesn’t want to dwell on anything that shows that it’s cheerleading for those who ran the

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saying, “Kerri, this is where you belong!” Now, let me explain that at the teen girl conference no males were in the church or by the doors looking in–there were only females. I started crying again and my mom was asking if I was ok. I told her, “No, yes...ah…yes I am fine.” In reality I was scared, because God answered my prayers and now I have to tell my parents that I don’t want to go to college but I want to move to Nicaragua as a full time missionary. On March 8, 2010 I told everyone I knew that I wanted to become a missionary and live in Nicaragua. By September 4, 2010 I was living in Nicaragua and by February 13, 2011 I had started renting a house and started a feeding center for the kids. I did not move to Nicaragua to work with an organization or ministry that was already started, I moved there alone with no translator, no clue what I was doing, but with a willing heart. As of December 2010 COURTESY PHOTO Hilltop Ministries, which is a Kerri Vaughn, left, with her friend Yaris Moran small youth ministry in AlRugama in Esteli, Nicaragua. leghany Country, Virginia, had started supporting me as girl’s ministry. The groups age. a full time missionary, and came together and the teen I panicked, I cried, and since then I have been workgirl ministry was created. I’m sure I did not sleep ing in Estelí starting Hilltop The night before the teen that night. The next day Ministries in Nicaragua. girl ministry conference during the program for the the leaders of both groups teen girls I did the salva- What is the most came to my room around tion call and we prayed challenging aspect of 11 at night at told me that for the girls who wanted your work? I would be doing the main to be prayed for. When my lesson, the salvation call. part of the program was I would have to say there They thought it was best, finished, I went to the are three different challenges because I was the one teen back of the room and sat that make it hard to work girl on the mission trip with my mom and no one here in Nicaragua. One is that could and was willing else was around. She was that I am away from my famto speak. They thought the trying to calm me down. I ily I lot. I come back to Virteen girls we were going hated public speaking! As ginia to visit them twice a to witness to would listen I was listening to the next year, and that is only for a and understand if it came speaker I heard a deep from someone their own man’s voice clear as day see Q and A page 13A

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County before the last election was not with animals I’ve never seen before, and he always seemed to treat them as justified. if they were his own. Everyone at Claws and Paws gives exceptional care Cecil Jordan to your animal, going the extra mile, so Powhatan, Virginia he was in the right place for him. He had to put an elderly cat down for me I’d had for 17 years and I cried so much I had him crying also. When we had any testing to do on an animal, if he got the results on Sunday, he’d call you on Sunday to keep you from worrying. If I had an animal that was having ongoDear Editor, ing problems, he would call and check His wife, daughter, and our commu- on them at least twice a month. When nity have lost a most amazing man in he found out I had pancreatic cancer, he Dr. Thomas Fore. He was kind to all, gave me much encouragement and be that human or animal, and his knowl- many hugs when he saw me, even calledge and compassion compared to none. Dr. Fore had a certain rapport see Letters page 13A

County vet will be remembered for the lives he touched

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Q and A: Powhatan High School grad says working in Nicaragua has forced her to grow up. Continued from page 12A

couple of weeks. The time I am away I have to use Skype, Facebook, or MagicJack to keep in touch. The second challenge is the language. My first language is English and here in Nicaragua they speak Spanish. When I first moved here alone I knew the very basic hello, how are you, where is the bathroom? Little words like that, but after living with a roommate that knows no English, having no Internet for the first seven months I lived with her, and no Spanish-English dictionary I was forced to learn Spanish to survive. Let’s just say I learned it very quickly. I would say after nine months of living here I can communicate enough to talk with the youth, the pastor, lawyers (that is for renting the house). The third challenge is the culture. There are so many different customs and ways of life here that I have never heard of, and it takes so time to understand them, but I always respect them. The culture difference is amazing and I love learning new things, but sometimes not knowing a certain thing about Nicaragua can cause problems. My friends here help me and explain the things I don’t understand.

What do you love most about your work with the ministry? What I love most about my work is

the joy that comes over a person’s face when you show them the love of Jesus Christ. Nothing is better than when a person who is so depressed and feels alone in the world feels loved and has a peace in their heart. Their faces just light up like you gave them the world. I love to feed the kids I know on the street. For example, if I am in the store on the corner of the street and there are three or four kids in the store that I know I will buy them cookies and a drink. Their faces turn from sad to happy instantly. I feel good, because I know most of the kids don’t eat but one meal a day and that is usually one tortilla and a piece of cheese. I have heard some of the youth say that when they were younger they would only eat one meal a day and that would be sugar wrapped in a tortilla or sugar water. I also like helping strangers. Take yesterday for example, I was at the store and I was checking out and this little girl was in front of me. She was alone and she was buying chicken and ketchup for lunch, but her parents didn’t give her enough money to buy everything and she had to put the ketchup back. I bought the ketchup for her and told her “God bless you” she left the store in awe. People here in Nicaragua don’t just go and buy things for other people and certainly not people they don’t know. But that awed expression when she left the store and the glances back at me like saying “thank you” is one of the reason I love work here!

What do you lean on when thing get difficult? There is only person and one thing that I lean on when times are difficult and that would be the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Bible. When times get hard and I don’t know what to do I always stop what I am doing and pray for guidance and direction, and for the Lord to calm my heart and soul. You never plan difficulties in your life but they always come up, and when they do you are usually alone and away from your family, and they only thing for me to do to make me feel better is to pray and read the Bible.

How has this experience changed you personally? This experience has taught me how to be adult and take care of myself, because if I don’t there is no one here to help me. When I moved here I knew no one personally so if I needed something I could not call my mom or dad to come and help. I had to do it. I have been told that for being so young I am very mature, That has something to do with living on my own in a foreign country and a different culture. I can honestly say I am not the same person I was when I was 17 years old. I have learned to cherish the people that I am with, because life is short and you never know if you will get to see

that person again. I will be honest, being a teenager living with my parents getting everything done for me and not worrying about the bills was great, but now I know what it means to pay rent, the bills, to work a ministry and make sure everything is paid for. I have changed so much, but I honestly don’t have words to explain this feeling or experience – it is beyond words! My relationship with God has changed in that I have gotten closer to him. My life is all about having faith in God and trusting Him to take care of me. When I was 17 years old and decided to be a missionary I didn’t think of the hardship, what society said was the correct thing for me to do, but I thought would about what God was telling my heart. Though I felt crazy going against the norms of society, that step of faith that I took in trusting God, that everything was going to be ok, and that He was going to protect me has bought me blessings and miracles in my life that I would not have received if I had not listen to God. Vaughn plans to organize short term mission trips for churches, and will open her home to one- or two-person mission teams . For more information, please contact Jodi Vaughn at (804)385-7352, Michelle Vaughn at (540) 958-0940, or Margaret Whiting at (540)958-3513.

Pay: Newspaper Letters: Dr. Fore ‘left an impression on your heart’ says resident will not make sung hero.” him come in one morning and ceptional soul. Continued from page 12A I’ve owned pets for over 60 before he came all the way Sincerely, editorial calls years and have known a lot of ing to check on me rather than into the work area, he stopped Deborah Sands veterinarians, but Dr. Larrick animals. There are not at all the cages and spoke to Powhatan based on funding my in the only doctor to get my words in the English language each and every animal there. Continued from page 12A

been for over a quarter of a century, because of a community of Powhatan residents that values and supports what we do. We don’t have a huge staff or a lot of bells and whistles, but we do have integrity. And that’s not something that will ever be for sale.

to describe Dr. Fore, he left an impression in your heart, as that was the kind of man he was. I heard someone wrote on the Rainbow Bridge that all the dogs and cats are following him now up in Heaven and I believe that to be true. I just lost another the day of his memorial and I asked him to take care of her when he sees her. I know he will. I once heard

He truly loved what he did and we are all blessed to have had him either as a father, husband, friend or “patient”. He will be so terribly missed. In a way I am jealous of where he is now. He’s with all my pets that I miss, and it’s possible he could be rocking with Elvis! You were much loved Dr. Fore. You will never be forgotten and there will never be another like you, truly a gifted and ex-

Veterinarian deserves all the praise he gets Dear Editor, I’m writing to thank Lyndsey Watson for her praise of Dr. Stephen Larrick at Powhatan Animal Hospital. With his friendly and knowledgeable staff, he is also my “un-

Gold Star! He has brought me through a lot of pet illnesses and deaths with compassion and devotion to the pet, as well as myself, the grieving “parent.” I don’t think I’ve aid “thank you” often enough. So thank you Dr. Larrick for your devotion to your profession. Sincerely, Kendra Vester Powhatan

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PHOTOS BY PATRICK DOBBS.

Andrew Corbitt is congratulated after he hit a base-clearing four run homer. Below: Pitcher Kyle Jones controls the corners.

The boys of summer Post 201 team will take advantage of stacked pitching rotation this season By Fred Jeter Contributing Writer

Bryan Hannum could moan and groan, twist his face into a grimace, and tell you about whom he doesn’t have on his roster summer for Powhatan Post 201.

Instead, he’d rather smile and praise those he does have. “I’m very happy with this team,” said Hannum of a contingent of mostly Powhatan High and James River High athletes. “One thing we have is a lot of pitching; I believe we’re going to be pretty good.” “Pretty good” will be welcomed after last year’s 4-16 mark in the always challenging American Legion 11th District. Considering that Powhatan won the State AA title and James

River was a State AAA quarterfinalist, one might suspect Post 201 would be a steam-rolling juggernaut. Not so fast. Nowadays, Legion baseball isn’t the only “show in town” during summer break. There are numerous other options, called “showcase” and “travel” teams, competing for blue-chip talent. For the most part, the more decorated athletes pass on Lesee Summer page 2B

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Finals: Powhatan 4, Brookville 1 Semifinals: Powhatan 4, Cave Spring 3 Quarterfinals: Powhatan 4, K. George 3

Contributing Writer

The Sand Man puts you to sleep at night. Then there is the “Tan Man,” Tanner Phillips, who makes opposing bats nod off in final innings of Powhatan baseball games. The long-limbed 6-1, 160-pound Phillips, feeling frisky with a new side-arm delivery, did his most stylish work at closing time this spring for State champion AA Indians. “Tanner dropped down to the side and became super effective,” said PHS coach Gregg Conner. “His confidence grew.” Phillips Out of the bullpen, Phillips was 4-0 with a 2.29 earned run average and 39 strikeouts in 32 innings. Lights flickered, and then went black with Phillips on the rubber. The loosey-goosey right-hander came on in relief of Joe Manion in the State finals against Brookville to rescue a jittery 4-1 victory in Radford. He developed the side-armed motion last summer under tutelage of his travel-ball coach Rich Graham of Virginia Cardinals. He continued to tweak the delivery under PHS hurling coach Howard Aderholt. Never a hard thrower, Phillips said he needed “an edge” to earn his spurs on a talented Indians’ staff. see Phillips page 5B

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The strange trouble with getting older By Richard Carrier Contributing Writer

The problem with getting old (up until yesterday I was only getting older, but 70 years fell on me yesterday and I’m now officially OLD), is that you realize you have infinitely more reflections to look back on then you have to look forward to. The odd thing about all this is that, in some ironically twisted fashion, the older those reflections, the greater the clarity. While taking my nap yesterday– a mandatory activity for all 70-year-olds – that amazing additional clarity that comes in a semiconscious state painted 65-year-old events on my mental 62 inch HD screen like they were yesterday. The double handfuls of Extra Points readers who have followed the column from its inception remember that I was raised in Philadelphia and had a less than spectacular career as a high school see Extra Points page 4B


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gion. “The dominant player is doing travel ball,” said Hannum. “But that doesn’t mean there are a lot of good ones left.” Absent from Post 201’s roster is a list of stars that would make any coach’s mouth water. Six Atlantic Coast Conference recruits are among the missing. James River’s Nathan Kirby and Jack Roberts (Virginia commits) and Mac Caples and Kit Scheetz (Virginia Tech commits) are playing “travel” ball. From Powhatan, Tyler Allen (Virginia) and Luke Scherzer (Virginia Tech) are playing elsewhere. Okay, enough of that. The Post 201 show must go on and Hannum has good vibrations. “We’ve got about nine kids who can pitch; that’s what you need,” said Hannum “With 36 innings (four games) a week, you can never have too much pitching.” From Powhatan’s prized pitching staff, Post 201 has southpaw hurler Joe Manion, Jefferson District Player of Year, along with Tanner Phillips, Andrew Corbitt and Jamie Schaller. Pitcher Seth Lanciani is on board from James River. Others wearing Post 201 red, white and blue include infielders Paul Wood and Coleman Paz, catchers Will Gregory and Collin Lawless and outfielder Michael Trentham from JR. Another Powhatan standout is catcher Nick

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Maiolo. Most of the players are versatile enough to man multiple positions.. Other notable additions are Benedictine outfielder Colton Konvicka, Virginia Independent Schools Player of Year, and infielder Austin Anderson from Amelia Academy. Hannum, 24, played at James River and for Post 201 and later at Randolph-Macon College.. JR and Powhatan boast two of the elite program in the Commonwealth, with four re-

Second baseman Boonie Hagy throws off balance to beat the runner at first. PHOTO BY PATRICK DOBBS

cent State titles between them. JR won back-to-back AAA crowns in 2007 and ’08; Powhatan won top honors in AA in ’08 and this year. Obviously, there is a lot of talent to choose from, even after the cream has been skimmed off the top. “Times have changed,� said Hannum. “You can’t automatically assume a boy is going to play Legion. “You’ve got to plug in early and entice them to play.� In the end, some do, some don’t. Hannum much prefers to concentrate on the “do’s.�

Take me out to the ballgame ‌ Peanuts, Cracker Jacks and baseball are on the menu this summer for Powhatan residents. Powhatan Post 201 American Legion plays home baseball games at Powhatan High School’s Baltimore Field. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday games start at 7 p. m. Sunday games are at 4. The 20-game regular season in the 11th District concludes in late July. The State tournament begins July 31 in Fredericksburg. The Southeast Region will be Aug. 9-13 in Sumter, S.C., and the World Series is Aug. 17-21 in Shelby, N.C. American Legion baseball began in 1925, with the first World Series in 1926 in Philadelphia. Approximately 100,000 young men, aged 15-19, participate in all 50 states plus Canada and Puerto Rico. The organization reports that 75 percent of all current college players came through the Legion system.

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As an eightyear-old, I had the privilege of presenting Richie Ashburn a gift before one of the Phillies games. Knock kneed and stuttering I was completely overwhelmed as I walked out of the dugout and to home plate at Connie Mack Stadium. football game? We, as Eagles fans, ate up the experience. Philadelphia, behind quarterback Norm Van Brocklin, won the championship in 1960, drafted Duke’s Sonny Jergensen and three years later; one of the darkest days in Philadelphia sports his-

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“The transformation was the best thing to ever happen to me,� said the son of Bill and Robin Phillips. “I had to do something different to be effective.� Phillips thrived on late-game pressure situations, with tying or goahead runners on the sacks. From a right-handed hitter’s vantage, it seemed like the pitch was angling from the third-base dugout. Phillips’ call from the bullpen to mound was akin to General Tecumseh Sherman’s

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*Annual Percentage Rate accurate as of May 31, 2012, subject to change. APR requires that payment is automatically deducted from Essex Bank deposit account. Rate is indexed to the Wall Street Journal Prime (WSP) plus a margin of 0.00% with a floor rate of 3.39%. Maximum rate is 18%. Without automatic deduction from Essex Bank deposit account, rate is WSP + 0.50% with a floor of 4.39%. Property insurance required. Subject to credit approval. No closing costs for lines less than $250,000 secured by junior liens. Certain limitations apply.


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CLARKE’S LAWN MOWER SERVICE Lawn Mower and Riding Mower Repairs Pick up & Delivery Available Wes Clarke 4242 Old Buckingham Road Powhatan, VA 23139

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Part-time /Medical Billing Accounts Receivable Specialist needed for a Rheumatology Specialty practice in the Southside. Past experience with the handling of ATB’S, claim follow up and insurance payers a must. Monday through Friday with flexible hours. Fax all resumes of interest to 804-3231850.

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GUTTERS ALL ABOUT GUTTERS ∂ Family Owned & Operated Cleaning ∂ Repair ∂ Guards ∂ Installation Free Estimates ∂ Lic/Ins. ∂ Credit Cards Accepted Gutter Cleaning Special $79*. Call Today 248-6759

HAULING Abandoned Junk Cars Wanted Pay $300 up to $1,000. No title needed - free towing. 804-677-0156 û FREE TOWING û No Title Needed. $400/up CASH PAID for all Junk Cars/Trucks. 804-247-8640.

LANDSCAPE & GARDENING Chris the Gardner, establishing residential flower & veggy gardens. I can get you started or do the whole project. I can till & test the soil, put in balance nutrients & amendments. If you want more work I can do it. I also do raised beds & container gardens. 804-938-0752 or creech7133@comcast.net

TRANSPORTATION AND LOGISTICS Join Marten Transport: Flex fleet opportunities available! Want more hometime & flexibility? Enjoy: 4 days on, 4 days off -or- 7 days on, 7 days off with Marten! Excellent pay & benefits! Recent increase on automatic detention pay! Certified top pay carrier! 866-370-4469. www.drive4marten.com. CDL-A, 6 mos. exp. req. EEOE/AAP

MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-340-0143.

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT General Contractor in need of experienced Craftsman for residential construction trade. Carpentry, Drywall, Flooring & Code Knowledge Skills required. English Speaking, Clean Driving Record and Clean Background Required. This is a new position for growing company. Call 804-239-2476. Richmond Times-Dispatch Adult newspaper routes available in Flat Rock area of Powhatan. Please contact Kara Eagle @ 804-598-2385 Carriers are independent contracts.

DOGS Happy Jack Skin Balm: stops scratching & gnawing due to allergies & hotspots. Promotes healing & hairgrowth on dogs & CATS without steroids! HERTZLER FARM & FEED (598-4021). www.happyjackinc.com

A Local 26 year Commercial Company is currently accepting applications for Commercial HVAC Service Technicians.

FOR RENT 1640 Plank Road, Farmville, VA 23901 (Cumberland County) Brand new 7+ acres on Willis River, all brick rancher with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, wood floors, appliances, beautiful home ready to move in! $1100/month.

Powhatan - Fenced Storage Lot. East of Flat Rock. $400 per month. Call 314-5191

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3172 Huguenot Trail Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 1 bath $895/month 3821 Howell Road Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 2 baths $950/month 3955 Olde Links Lane Powhatan, VA 23139 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, finished 3rd level, on golf-course, 2-car attached garage $2295/month

POWHATAN Upper level has 3 bdrms, 2 baths, living area, kitchen, dining area with glass doors leading to large deck. Perfect for entertaining. Lower level has huge area perfect for pool table, playroom, exercise room or office. Has full bath, wet bar and another room. Laundry area & garage. All appliances. $1495/mo. No Sect. 8. 804-794-4141

2710 Daphne Lane Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, heat pump/central air $895/month 268 Trices Lake Road Columbia, VA 23038 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 5 acres, full walk-out basement, large storage barn, zoned agricultural $1350/month

2498 Three Bridge Rd. - 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 1,519 sq. ft., 4 acres, private lot, central air. $1,450. Bob Firestone & Co., 271-01694 www.BobFirestone.com

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1048 Hatcher Road Cumberland, VA 23040 3-bedroom, 2-bath rancher with large attached carport. $850/month

Eastern Powhatan - 4-bedroom, 2416 sq. ft. home on 16.7920 acres. $350,000 Eastern Powhatan - 17.3900 total acres w/ 8 wooded & 9 pasture acres. $175,000 Cumberland - 4-bedrooms, 3-bath 2,052 sq. ft home on 67.9000 acres. $299,999 West James Anderson Hwy, Cumberland - 8.6000 total acres, 2-wooded & 6-Pasture. $52,900 Prince Edward in Town - 3-bedroom, 2-bath 1,696 sq. ft home. $215,000 Call Diana Sopok, Real Living Cornerstone, 434-390-4457, 238 N. Main St. Farmville, 23901

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2133 Mountain View Road - 3 bdrm, 2 bath ranch on large private lot. Central air. Huge eat in kitchen. $895. Bob Firestone & Co. Real Estate 804-271-0164 www.BobFirestone.com

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NOTICE OF HEARINGS The Powhatan County Board of Equalization will hold hearings pursuant to Section 58.1-3378 of the Code of Virginia – 1950, as amended, for the purpose of equalizing real estate assessments and for hearing complaints of alleged irregularities due to lack of uniformity or error in acreage. Upon hearing such complaints, either oral or written, the board will give consideration AND INCREASE, DECREASE, OR AFFIRM SUCH REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENTS. Before a change is granted, the taxpayer, or his agent, must overcome a clear presumption in favor of the assessment. The taxpayer or agent must provide substantial evidence that the property is not uniform with other similar properties or prove that the property is assessed in excess of its fair market value.

Powhatan County Public Schools are in the process of purging special education records for students who graduated, transferred or withdrew from Powhatan County Public Schools during the 2005-2006 and the 2006-2007 school years. If you or your child meets the above criteria you may have the original record. Please contact the school last attended to arrange to pick-up the records. We request advance notice of two business days prior to pick up. Files not picked-up by June 28, 2012 will be destroyed.

The Board of Equalization hearings will be held on June 26, 2012 from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM at the Powhatan County Administration Building, 3834 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, VA 23139. 2686881-01

To make an appointment for the June 26, 2012 meeting of the Board of Equalization, please call 598-5799, Monday through Thursday, between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM.

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