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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of Martin Link

Vol. XXVII No. 44

“We’ve got a loyal base that have stayed with us and some of their children are even with us. Second generations are coming. ... One of the reasons we’re so successful is the employees. The employees are great. They go beyond what they need to do and that’s who’s made a lot of rapport with the customers is the employees.”

All in the Family Gregg’s pharmacy has been serving community for 38 years

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Carol Gregg, left, wife of Powhatan Pharmacy founder Jim Gregg; Roy Nicholls, 90, who has been a customer for 38 years; Gina Thompson, pharmacy director for three of the Greggs’ stores; and Scott Gregg, general manager of two of the stores and part-owner of two; agree that customer service is a top priority.

By Ben Orcutt News Editor

Powhatan County residents have been trusting the Gregg family with their medications for 38 years and during that time a strong bond has developed between the Greggs and their customers. Jim Gregg and his wife Carol bought Bloxton’s Pharmacy in the Courthouse Village in 1975 and changed the name to Powhatan

Pharmacy. Ten years later, the couple moved the drug store to Flat Rock. In 2004, they moved to their current location in the South Creek Shopping Center off U.S. 60. Along the way, they opened a second store further west on U.S. 60 – Plaza Pharmacy – and also operate Amelia Pharmacy and Cumberland Pharmacy. When she and her husband opened Powhatan Pharmacy in

New arrangement with Lacheney saves county thousands By Ben Orcutt News Editor

Powhatan’s new arrangement with County Attorney Thomas E. Lacheney will save taxpayers about $50,000 annually, according to county officials. Last week, the Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to approve a new salary arrangement with Lacheney. “Well the only thing we changed is, I am no longer a county employee,” Lacheney said. “I’m actually on contract, on a retainer contract. That’s reLacheney ally the only change we made. So I don’t get county benefits anymore and I don’t get health insurance and all that. So that’s all they really see Lacheney page 4A

1975, it was them and two employees, Mrs. Gregg said. Now they have a total of seven full-time pharmacists and several part-time pharmacists among the roughly 65 employees at the four stores. Mrs. Gregg said she and her husband are amazed at how much they’ve grown since their humble beginning. “We are,” she said. “We still consider ourselves a mom and pop see Family page 3A

November 13, 2013

Supervisors honor Maxey for service By Ben Orcutt News Editor

Former Powhatan County Circuit Court Clerk William E. Maxey Jr. was honored by the Board of Supervisors last week for his decades of service. The Board voted unanimously to adopt a proclamation honoring Maxey, who retired in September after serving as Circuit Court Clerk for 56 years and three months. In reading the proclamation, Supervisors Chairman Barry C. Hodge noted that Maxey Maxey was appointed as clerk on July 1, 1957, by Judge J. Garland Jefferson to complete an unexpired term. Following completion of the unexpired term, Maxey was elected to seven eight-year terms as Circuit Court Clerk and was six years into his seventh term upon his retirement. Maxey was the longest-serving clerk in state history and is Past President of the Virginia Court Clerks’ Association. In 2006, the Supreme Court of Virginia honored Maxey with its Outstanding Career Service Award, Hodge said. In addition to being Circuit Court Clerk, Maxey also served the county in a number of different roles, Hodge said. Maxey was the Board of Supervisors clerk, Commissioner of the Revenue, Director of Civil Defense, Chairman of the Planning Commission, Electoral Board Secretary and Justice of the Peace. Maxey also was a leader in the community, Hodge added. A member of American Legion Post 201, Maxey also served as post commander. Maxey is a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10570 and was Director of the Bank of Powhatan. “Whereas Mr. Maxey has elected to see Maxey page 4A

VISTA program promotes learning everywhere By Ben Orcutt News Editor

For about 85 pupils at Pocahontas Elementary School, significant learning is occurring both inside and outside of the building through a program called VISTA – Virginia Initiative for Science Teaching and Achievement. Barbara Adcock and Debbie Putney are Science, Technology, Engineering and Math or STEM teachers at Pocahontas Elementary who teach third and fourth-grade pupils who are part of the VISTA program. Parents of pupils who wish to enroll in the program sign their children up and then entry is based on a lottery system due to limited space, Adcock said. “The purpose of the pro-

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Pocahontas Elementary School teachers Debbie Putney, left, and Barbara Adcock said using the school’s “outdoor classroom” helps to give pupils enrolled in a science program called VISTA a real-life learning experience.

gram is to get kids doing more they actually get into the meat problem-based learning, more see VISTA page 4A inquiry-based learning, so that

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Sports

Index

A2 Christmas Mother charity show scheduled Dec. 8 at Powhatan High School

B1 Heartbreaker Warriors edge ahead of Indians to win Jefferson District title game

Calendar A4 Obituaries Classified B10 Opinion Crime Report A2 Quotes Crossword A11 Real Estate Horoscope A11 TV Listings

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Powhatan Today, November 13, 2013

Virginia wildlife conflict helpline is now available Contributed Report The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries is pleased to announce a new Virginia Wildlife Conflict Helpline – a resource for resolving human-wildlife conflicts. The helpline is a collaborative effort between the VDGIF and the U.S. Department of Agriculture – Wildlife Services (WS) to address human-wildlife interactions by sharing science-based wildlife information. The helpline is available toll-free at (855) 571-9003 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Techniques recommended to the public are environmentally sound, safe, and selective and meet wildlife professionals’ standards. Individuals are helped with “do-it-yourself” instructions and are provided with the necessary information and literature, referred to websites when appropriate, or directed to other sources of assistance. In those instances where more specific technical assistance is needed, callers are linked up with subject matter experts. Helpline activities are conducted in cooperation with VDGIF in accordance with WS Policy Guidelines and federal, state, and county laws, regulations and policies. The Farm Bureau of Virginia, Virginia State University and Virginia Tech Extension are partners assisting in the development of outreach and educational materials from information and data gathered from the helpline.

Wreath making workshop at public library Dec. 3 Contributed Report A wreath making workshop is scheduled from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the Powhatan Public Library. Krista Weatherford, Powhatan State Park Interpreter, will demonstrate how to make a wreath using natural materials. Fresh cut greens, grapevine wreaths, wires, and ribbon will be supplied. Bring any decorating materials you would like, to personalize your wreath. Wear casual clothes and bring pruning shears and gloves. The cost is $15, which includes supplies. Space is limited to 30 participants and pre-registration is required. The deadline to register is Nov. 26. For more information, call Fran McCreight, unit administrative assistant, Powhatan Cooperative Extension Office at (804) 598-5640 or visit http://offices.ext.vt.edu/powhatan/.

QU OT E S O F T H E W E E K “We’ve got a loyal base that have stayed with us and some of their children are even with us. Second generations are coming. ... One of the reasons we’re so successful is the employees. The employees are great. They go beyond what they need to do and that’s who’s made a lot of rapport with the customers is the employees.”

“The CAB also seeks to demystify – I sometimes use the term “de-demonize” – for Powhatan citizens what actually goes on inside the walls and engage volunteers, staff, and offenders in creating programs and projects that will improve offenders’ learning, rehabilitation, and readiness to return to life outside the prison.”

Carol Gregg on her family’s success in the pharmacy business.

District 5 Supervisor Carson Tucker, chairman of the Deep Meadow Correctional Centers’s Community Advisory Board, on the mission of the CAB.

Powhatan County Board of Supervisors chairman Barry C. Hodge reading from the proclamation honoring former Circuit Court Clerk William E. Maxey Jr.

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“Whereas Mr. Maxey has elected to retire after an unprecedented 56 years and 3 months; Now, Therefore, Be It Proclaimed that the Powhatan Board of Supervisors recognizes Mr. Maxey for his longstanding service to Powhatan County and its citizens and wishes him great joy and peace in retirement.”

Christmas Mother charity show Dec. 8 at Powhatan High School Contributed Report Come one, come all to a seasonal gathering and let your memories and thoughts bring out the Holiday Spirit. Premiere Dance Studio is performing its annual Winter Charity Production, “The Night Before Christmas.” For the past six years Premiere Dance Studio has raised money during the holidays for local charities or families in need. Serrah Brod, owner of Premiere Dance Studio, believes in giving back to the community not only by providing dance instruction, but also by teaching her students the true meaning of the Holiday Spirit. This year’s charity show will benefit the Powhatan Christmas Mother program.

The Powhatan Christmas Mother program has been helping the community since 1967 and its goal is to provide gifts and food to families in need, especially children and the elderly. The organization consists of volunteers who are committed to making this possible. They try to ensure that no family in our community goes without food, no child is without toys and clothing, and no elderly person is forgotten as we celebrate the Christmas season. “The Night Before Christmas” is an original, full-length ballet inspired by the classic poem written by Clement Clarke Moore in 1822. This fun-filled, whimsical holiday show features dancing Sugar Plums, Toy Soldiers, Jack in-the-box, a

beautiful Snow Queen and of course a visit by Santa and his Reindeer. This production has over 100 cast members who have been working very hard over the past couple of months. We hope the community will come out and enjoy “The Night Before Christmas” on Sunday, Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Powhatan High School Auditorium. Tickets are $7 each at the door. Premiere Dance Studio is asking local businesses, families and friends to help sponsor this event. The sponsor’s name will be highlighted in the program and also on T-shirts. For more information, please contact the studio at (804) 378-0808 or send an e-mail to Serrah@dancepds.com.

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State offers new livestock protection services

Correction A story published in the Nov. 6, 2013, issue of Powhatan Today should have said that the alert system the county is purchasing from Everbridge Inc. will cost $6,500 annually, which is a decrease in the annual $15,000 bid the county received from its previous vendor to continue using the prior system.

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Powhatan Today, November 13, 2013

Family: Providing top quality customer service remains a tradition for pharmacy owners Continued from page 1A

pharmacy. It’s hard to get out of that mindset and you want to do things the old way, but you can’t.” In the old days, her husband would meet the parents of a sick child at the drug store and dispense the medicine the child needed, Mrs. Gregg said. “He didn’t care what time of night it was,” she added. Mrs. Gregg said her husband enjoyed talking with folks at the drug store counter and finding out what was going on in the county. “He always worked the ‘B’ shift,” Mrs. Gregg said her husband used to say. “’Be’ here when the store opens and ‘be’ here when it closes.” After her husband was diagnosed with kidney

cancer in 1996, their youngest son, Scott, began helping with managing the drug store, Mrs. Gregg said. In 2000, Jim Gregg got burnt out dealing with insurance companies and worked as a part-time pharmacist, his wife said. He continued in that capacity until he was diagnosed with cancer again last year, she said. Throughout their 38year-history, their customer loyalty has remained strong, Mrs. Gregg said. “We’ve got a loyal base that have stayed with us and some of their children are even with us,” Mrs. Gregg said. “Second generations are coming….One of the reasons we’re so successful is the employees. The employees are great. They go be-

yond what they need to do and that’s who’s made a lot of rapport with the customers is the employees.” Scott Gregg, 42, is the general manager for Powhatan and Plaza Pharmacy and part owner of the stores in Amelia and Cumberland. His older brother, Donnie, 45, works for Cardinal as their wholesale drug representative. It’s rewarding, Scott said, to know that by providing people with medicine, that you’re helping to improve the quality of their lives. “They depend on you for accurate filling and accurate information,” he said. “They talk to the pharmacists for advice. Like mom said, it’s neat to see that all these peo-

ple I remember seeing growing up, they’re kids are still coming here.” The pharmacy business has changed significantly since he first began managing, Scott said. “Just in the last five years alone it’s changed,” he said. “I don’t know how else to say it other than we’re getting regulated to death….I spend most of my time on paperwork and regulations.” Though the business side of things has changed, providing top notch customer service has remained a constant with the Gregg family. “Our pharmacists are great with the customers,” Mrs. Gregg said. “There’s sometimes they don’t have the time if they’re really slammed to

go talk to them like they like to. But they are really good with them. They really are.” The Greggs consider their employees part of an extended family, Mrs. Gregg said. “Before my husband got sick, we had a picnic every year for everybody and we still do the Christmas party and we try to do different things,” she said. “It’s a family atmosphere. Everybody just gets along. Everybody pitches in.” Others have noticed as well. “BBB is pleased to have Powhatan Pharmacy as an Accredited Business since 1988,” said Tom Gallagher, president and CEO of the Better Business Bureau that serves Central Virginia.

Gina Thompson has worked for the Greggs since 1995 and is the pharmacy director for the two stores in Powhatan and the store in Amelia. Thompson agreed with Mrs. Gregg that the relationship the Greggs have with their employees is amicable. “We’re all just one big, happy family,” Thompson said. Ninety-year-old Roy Nicholls said he’s been buying his medicine from the Greggs “since they have been in Powhatan.” “When you deal with them, they’re good friends and they’re dependable and they’re just good people,” he said. Contact Ben Orcutt at borcutt@powhatantoday. com or at (804) 598-4305 or (804) 363-1577.

CALENDAR Wednesday, Nov. 13 Family story hours are held at 10:30 a.m. at the Powhatan Library on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Library hours are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9 a. m. to 8 p.m., Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Gaming days are held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the first and third Fridays of each month. The Library is closed on Sundays and county holidays. If you have any questions please call (804) 598-5670.

Table holds their monthly dinner between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. on the third Saturday of every month. The Supper Table serves those in need and the elderly of Powhatan County. Dinners are served at the Powhatan County Fair building, 4317 Anderson Highway. For more information and if you need transportation to and from the Fair Building, please contact Mamie Scott at (804) 3829154. Free food and fellowship is provided. Bring a friend and/or neighbor!

Monday, Nov. 18

The WWII Round Table of Central Virginia meets at 7 Library family story hours p.m. on the second Wednes(see above). The library is day of each month at St. closed on Sundays and John Neumann Catholic county holidays. If you have Church located behind Flat any questions please call Rock Village Shopping Cen(804) 598-5670. ter. All are welcome.

Tuesday, Nov. 19 Thursday, Nov. 14 Library family story hours (see above). The library is closed on Sundays and county holidays. If you have any questions please call (804) 598-5670.

The Chrysalis Writers Group meets the first and third Tuesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the small meeting room of the Powhatan County Library. For more information, call 598-1795.

Powhatan AA meets at 8 AA meets at 8 p.m. every p.m. every Thursday in the Tuesday at St. Luke’s EpiscoPowhatan Village Building. pal Church on Huguenot Trail. The Powhatan Rotary Club meets at 7:30 a.m. every BINGO is held at the PowThursday at the County Seat hatan Moose Lodge every Restaurant. Tuesday. Games start at 7 p.m. For more information The Powhatan Republican call (804)598-2809.. Committee’s monthly meeting is held on the second H.O.P.E. – Helping Others Thursday of every month at Prepare for Eternity is a La7 p.m. (with a social mixer at dies Group that meets at 7 6:30 p.m.) at Rosa’s Pizza p.m. every third Tuesday of Restaurant, 2470 Anderson the month in the Fellowship Highway in Powhatan. Hall at Cartersville Baptist Church. All women are inAwaken to Hope Al-Anon vited to join. H.O.P.E encourmeets at 7:30 p.m. every ages Christian development Thursday at St. John Neuof ladies in the church and mann Catholic Church. community through missions, spiritual outreach, Friday, Nov. 15 community involvement, and Christian fellowship. We The Powhatan Moose Lodge take our name to heart and will be hosting smoke-free work hard to do God’s will Bingo at 7 p.m. on the third on many levels, supporting Friday of every month. local, state, national, and inDoors open at 6 p.m. with ternational missions on a games starting at 7 p.m. For regular basis. Please join us. more information, please call (804) 598-2809.

Saturday, Nov. 23

Saturday, Nov. 16 Powhatan AA meets at 8 p.m. every Saturday at Manakin Episcopal Church on Huguenot Trail.

A bazaar will be held at Emmanuel Episcopal Church from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will feature holiday decorations, attic treasures, toys, baked goods, craft supplies and much more. The church is located on Emmanuel Church Road, south of the Powhatan Post Office.

The Christian Motorcyclists Association Powhatan chapter Living Wheels meets at 6 p.m. on the third Saturday of each month at Company No one deserves to be 1 Fire station at the intersecabused. Find safety, options tion of Old Buckingham and support. Women’s supRoad and Mann Road. port group based in PowCome find out what we’re hatan but open to all womdoing, and where our next en impacted by domestic ride or event will be. For violence. The group is free, more information call (804) confidential and childcare is 598-1834 or (804) 357-6730 available. Contact (804) or (804) 512-8835. 598-5630 ext. 2422 or 2420 for more information. The HOPE Ministry Supper

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VISTA: Putney says one of the goals of program is to make students stewards of the earth Continued from page 1A

of the science,” Adcock said. “It’s very exciting for them to have the discourse to really talk about science, to do science with hands-on materials and of course the outdoor classroom lends a perfect place for that.” Just a short distance from the rear of Pocahontas Elementary School in a wooded area are benches and a table that can be used as a lectern and/or a place to display items. While pupils sit on the benches, they get instructions from Adcock and Putney about the assignment for the day. During one of the recent outdoor classroom sessions, the pupils were given the assignment of recording in their journals evidence of animals that are in the immediate area of the outdoor classroom based on indications that cat food that had been put out had been eaten. Another method was to put sand out and come back later to see what kind of animals visited

the area based on the tracks left behind. “It’s been wonderful for them because they’re much more able to talk about what they’re doing,” Adcock said of the outdoor classroom and the VISTA program. “They problem solve a lot. They do a lot of critical thinking and it’s not just rote – spit it back at the teacher what we’ve taught them. So a lot of what we actually do comes from them. This whole idea of the sand and the tracks are things that they’ve developed from talking and researching. The idea of having a field guide for the outdoor classroom, that came from the kids. “We try to get out here at least once every week and a half. When the weather’s good, we come out more often. We do get out here three or four times a month at the minimum.” Both Adcock and Putney, who are veteran teachers, agree that guiding the pupils through the program is gratifying. “It’s very rewarding,” Ad-

cock said. “It’s rewarding to know that we’ve instilled some kind of stewardship with them and that’s really our goal because they are the keepers of our world and we want them to become stewards and really conserve our world. So they’re the leaders. They’re the leaders of the future.” Putney spoke in a similar vein. “That’s one of our purposes, one of our goals, is to make them stewards of the earth and that’s part of why we do this,” Putney said. “If they care about the earth, care about their environment and their surroundings and have an ownership of it, then they’re going to be more likely to take care of it themselves, but also comment to other people if they’re not doing the right thing and hopefully it’ll just blossom and spread and that’s part of the goal of doing this whole program.” Like her pupils, Putney also is excited about being able to take the classroom

outside. “Well I like the freedom of being outside and not just being in the classroom all the time,” Putney said. “Just the excitement. They [the pupils] just come running to you with all the things that they find – interesting bugs and worms and trees, just knowing what the trees are. Some of them don’t spend a lot of time outside anymore so it’s great to have them outside wanting to learn and excited about what’s outside.” The idea behind the VISTA program, Putney said, is to provide the pupils with “real life learning….and getting kids to think outside of the box and not always just have a cookie cutter answer for something….They have to understand why things are happening and how we got where we are now.” Molli Logerwell, VISTA Director of Science Education at George Mason University, said the program encompasses the entire state of Virginia. “VISTA is an impactful,

collaborative state-wide project led by George Mason University’s College of Education and Human Development,” Logerwell said. “We have four implementation sites across Virginia, including Virginia Commonwealth University where 42 teachers from 18 schools in central Virginia attended our Elementary Science Institute this past summer. Together with over 80 school divisions and more than 20 colleges, VISTA is redefining science education in Virginia by helping teachers learn to engage students through hands-on, inquiry-driven, problem-based learning. And the best news is, we’re currently accepting applications from elementary and secondary teachers for VISTA’s paid professional development programs as well as our online ‘communities’ of practice. So, if you are a teacher, check us out at vista.gmu.edu.” Contact Ben Orcutt at borcutt@powhatantoday.com or at (804) 598-4305, ext. 19 or (804) 363-1577.

Lacheney: Powhatan spent on average $45,000 a year more having full-time county attorney firm and so now my law firm has a contract inofficially did is they just stead of me as an emput me on a straight up ployee.” retainer [with] my law Under the new arrangement, BUGGY TOP BARNS will be paid a flLacheney at annual RENT salary of $120,000. He TO OWN also will serve as the county attorney for Orange, but his salary has not yet been determined there, he said. 8'x8' ........................... $1,200 8'x12' ......................... $1,400 The new arrangement 10'x12' ....................... $1,750 with Powhatan and Or10'x16' ....................... $2,150 ange is not only benefi10'x20' ....................... $2,550 cial to those jurisdictions, 12'x16' ....................... $2,550 12'x20' ....................... $3,150 but to him as well, Price Includes tax, delivery and set-up on blocks. Lacheney said. • Custom built to your specifications “Well, where it’s a • All sizes available 8' x 8' to 12' x 32' good deal for me is I like • We also build garages, carports, pole being busy,” he said. “I buildings and horse sheds. came from private pracHighway 60, 1/2 Mile West of Cumberland Courthouse, Virginia tice and private practice is a whole lot busier than PHONE 492-4444 [the local government www.BuggyTop.com sector]. And the other thing I discovered is Continued from page 1A

there’s a lot of economies of scale. “Whenever there’s legislative changes, they need to be adopted in both. So there’s a lot of duplication of effort that in this arrangement I only do it once. I have to do it one time and we do it here, do it there and so really it saves Orange money, it saves Powhatan money and I’m a taxpayer here. I own property in Powhatan, so any money I can save this county, I’m saving myself money.” Another plus, Lacheney said, is that Powhatan and Orange are similar in population and they both want to retain their rural character. “And so it’s fascinating how much the problems and issues are iden-

tical,” he said. “That’s one of the reasons it works out so well because here in Powhatan we’ve got almost the exact same issues that they’ve got up there.” Thanks to modern technology, Lacheney is only an e-mail or a telephone call away, he said. “This Board [in Powhatan] has a phone number for me that rings my desk, rings my cell phone, rings my house – one phone number,” Lacheney said. “My computer goes with me everywhere so I’m always in touch, always available.” There’s really no downside to the arrangement, Lacheney added. “There’s other jurisdictions that do this,” he said. “It’s going to save the county here about

over $50,000 a year to do it this way and no drop off in quality of service.” An attorney, District 2 Supervisor Jason Moore said the arrangement is more in line with the needs of Powhatan. “I support the new arrangement with the county attorney,” Moore said. “The new arrangement mirrors what I have been recommending for the last three years. Two Boards have advocated a full-time county attorney for two reasons: A fulltime county attorney will save money and the increased workload over the last few years warranted a full-time position. “Mr. Lacheney’s reasoning for requesting that the county attorney posi-

tion be made part-time confirms what I have been preaching for three years. There is not enough work to justify a full-time position and having a full-time county attorney did not save the county money. “The county spent on average $45,000 a year more having a full-time county attorney than when the position was part-time. The estimated savings from the new arrangement is $50,000, plus the paralegal position will be used parttime for the county attorney and part-time as designated by the county administrator, generating additional savings.” Contact Ben Orcutt at borcutt@powhatantoday.com or at (804) 5984305 or (804) 363-1577.

Maxey: Supervisor Melton expressed sadness that guest of honor couldn’t attend, but praised man for his 56 years of service Continued from page 1A

retire after an unprecedented 56 years and 3 months; Now, Therefore, Be It Proclaimed that the Powhatan Board of Supervisors recognizes Mr. Maxey for his longstanding service to Powhatan County and its citizens and wishes him great joy and peace in retirement,” Hodge said. District 4 Supervisor

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FFA members win big at the State Fair of Virginia on Oct. 2 Contributed Report On Oct. 2, 93 Powhatan Junior FFA members attended the Virginia State Fair. In addition to viewing the wide range of Agricultural exhibits and enjoying fair food and the sights and sounds of the midway, seven FFA members competed in youth competitions and placed as follows: Abby Cahill - Placed 4th in the Statewide Farm Bureau Poster Contest Bryce Burnmaster and Abby Cahill Placed 3rd and 4th respectively in the brand new Agriscience Research Poster Contest Henry Adkins and Ben Wojcocki - Placed 1st in “State Fair of Virginia Champions� with their Junior Agriscience Demonstration, “Determining Soil Texture� Mary Beth Farley and Emily Eanes - Com-

Powhatan resident a member of 2013 JMU marching band Contributed Report Elijah Roberts of Powhatan is a member of the 2013 James Madison University’s nationally recognized marching band, the Marching Royal Dukes. The Marching Royal Dukes began their season with 485 members, the largest in their history. Roberts, a freshman majoring in chemistry, plays in the band’s percussion-tenor section. On tap for this season are performances at Montpelier, the estate of

James Madison, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. The Marching Royal Dukes date to 1972 when JMU established a football program. Membership in the band is open to all JMU students, regardless of their academic majors. This year, about 400 members are non-music majors. The band performs at all home football games, travels to select away games and represents JMU at local and regional high school exhibitions and community events.

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FFA OďŹƒcers attend Leadership Conference with other chapters Contributed Report The Powhatan Junior FFA Officer team traveled to William Monroe High School to attend the Central Area FFA COLT Leadership conference. The conference was led by Virginia State FFA officers, First Vice President, Lexie Holloway and Reporter, Kaitlyn Sonifrank. At the workshop the newly-

elected Powhatan Junior officer team worked hard at developing their leadership skills. The conference was attended by eight FFA chapters’ officer teams from across the Virginia FFA Central Area. This is a new event for the Central Area but with the great experiences and learning had by the attendees it is guaranteed to become an annual event.

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ration sites in the Richmond metropolitan area with one of these sites located at the Powhatan Library. Tax-Aide offers a unique opportunity for those who would like to serve others in our local community. Beginning on Dec. 6, volunteers will be provided free training, which will equip them to prepare a wide range of tax returns. Please note that volunteers do not need to be an AARP member to participate.

Last year, Tax-Aide volunteers in the metro Richmond area helped more than 4,260 taxpayers file federal and state returns. They join the more than 35,000 Tax-Aide Foundation volunteers across the country who help millions of taxpayers each year. Tax returns will be prepared in the time period of Feb. 1 to April 15. If you are interested, please visit www.aarp.org/tavolunteer8 or call 1-888-227-7669.

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P RO PE RT Y T R A N S F E R S 6105 Autumn Bluff Road, Powhatan; Anderson Home Construction Inc. to Jayme L. Jones, $227,000. 2529 Chastain Lane, Midlothian; Michael A. Roach to Greg M. Juanarena, $330,000. 1442 Donavon Mill Lane, Powhatan; Joseph A. Campbell to Rosemary Paterson Revocable Trust, $410,050. 3530 Fairfield Road, Powhatan; J. Michael Edwards to Sue Ellen McNally, $248,000. 4303 Gaddas Creek Court, Powhatan; William T. Jones III to Beverly Ann Clarke, $239,500. 1702 Giles Bridge Road, Powhatan; Bank of New York Mellon to Julia G. Stovall, $192,000. 1510 Hallsboro Hollow, Midlothian; Meyer Revocable Trust to Mark D. Wilkinson, $348,500.

3110 Judes Ferry Road, Powhatan; Glen W. Jones to Eric B. Oliver, $200,000. 2905 Lake Louise Drive, Powhatan; Powhatan Habitat for Humanity Inc. to Brigid Lanzillotti, $162,000. 2860 W. Maple Grove Lane, Powhatan; Brian M. Ellis to Shon C. Nuckols, $480,000. 2610 Salisbury Road, Midlothian; Mark P. Middendorf to Franklin David Jeffreys Jr., $327,500. 2077 Flint Hill Road, Powhatan; Carlos R. Garza to Bruce S. Turner, $226,000. 1809 Giles Bridge Road, Powhatan; Glenn D. Morrison to Sharon Ellis, $248,900. 2166 Hunters Mill Road, Powhatan; Melvin Douglas Brannan Living Trust to Gregory J. Weiler, $475,000.

4500 Lockin Road, Powhatan; Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Amy E. Chaffins, $141,500. 1845 Lower Mill Road, Powhatan; Fairlane Construction Corp. to Julius Clyde Lilly, $315,000. 3842 Mapuche Trail, Powhatan; Showcase Builders Inc. to Timothy Sanders, $296,160. 1960 Mill Hollow Court, Powhatan; Prince Construction Inc. to Michael Todd Payne, $393,500. 1885 Rock Point Drive, Powhatan; Paul E. Strickland Jr. to Ralph Walton, $196,000. 3333 Scarlet Oak Drive, Powhatan; Michael C. Cockerham to J. Andrew Hornung, $215,000. 6345 Walnut Tree Drive, Powhatan; Chesterfield Construction Services Inc. to Ronald L. Carter Jr., $239,950.

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Praise and Worship Service

Myron Woodson “Nick” Nicholls Myron Woodson “Nick” Nicholls, 95, passed away on Oct. 29, 2013. He was born at Bienvenue Plantation in Powhatan. He was a member of May Memorial Baptist Church. He served at the Newport News Shipbuilding Company during World War II. After the war he settled in Salt Lake City, Utah, where he met and married Pauline Olive Wright, the love of his life, on

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

Christian Fellowship 2901 Jude’s Ferry Rd. Powhatan, Va

Worship - 10:30 am Bible Study Wednesday 7 pm

Bill Sisson, Pastor

GREENBRIER BAPTIST CHURCH

Holly Hills Baptist Church

Expect great things from God; Attempt great things for God!

(Independent Bible Believing)

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www.HollyHillsBaptist.org

Randy Blackwell, Pastor Pastor Elect: Shawn Dandridge, Sr. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship - 11:00 a.m. Worship Service: 11:00 a.m. Bible Study Every Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Ministry - 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer - 7:00 p.m. 4731 Bell Road, 379-8930 Powhatan, VA 23139 1659 Anderson Highway 804-598-5491

Office: 804-598-2667 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

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

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Baptist Church

Mondays Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Handbell Choir Worship Wednesdays Children’s Choir 5:45 p.m. Church Supper Younger Youth Bible Study 6:30 p.m. May’s Kids, TeamKID, RA’s All Youth—dinner and recreation All Youth Bible Studies Older Youth Bible Study Adult Bible Studies 7:30 p.m. Adult Choir Dr. Michael Edwards, Pastor 598-3098 Ed Alexander, Minister of Music www.maymemorialchurch.org Shelley Shust, Minister of Youth Located on Rt. 13 in the Village Sheri Jordan, Minister to Children

“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

Muddy Creek BAPTIST CHURCH Baptist Church

FIRST ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH

2591 Ridge Road Powhatan, Virginia 23139 804-598-2051

3920 MAIDENS RD., POWHATAN Pastor Vera Rhyne

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Sunday School - 9:45 am Worship - 11 am Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Service- 7:00 pm

Dr. Ronald Wyatt, Jr., Pastor 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 9:45 a.m. 975 Dorset Road Traditional Service 11:00 a.m. Four miles south of Flat Rock Wed. Night Classes for all ages 6:30-7:30 www.gracelandbc.org Rev. Bill Gohmert, Pastor

5680 Cartersville Road • Powhatan, Virginia 23139

Hollywood Sundays 9:45 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 4:15 p.m. 5:15 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.

Graceland Baptist Church SBC

OLD POWHATAN BAPTIST CHURCH

3½ miles east of Flat Rock

11 a.m. – Worship Service 9 a.m. – Church School Wednesday Bible Study 10 a.m. & 7 p.m.

was preceded in death by wife Pauline Olive Wright Nicholls; brothers Homer W. Nicholls, Virgil Nicholls, and sister Mildred Nicholls Whitfield. Friends and family were invited to attend a funeral service on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013, at Larkin, 260 E. South Temple, at 1 p.m. Visitation was held on Friday, Nov. 8, 2013, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the funeral service. Interment followed the funeral service at Larkin Sunset Lawn Cemetery.

CHURCH DIRECTORY

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

Rev. Bryan Stevens, Pastor

April 13, 1948. He was a driver with Greyhound Bus Lines for 34 years. He retired in 1980 with an excellent driving record. Myron will be remembered by all who knew him as kind, honest, caring, and a true Southern gentleman. He was the loving father of Charlene Reynolds (James) and Linda Peck (Ned), wonderful grandfather of seven and great-grandfather of two; esteemed brother of William W. Nicholls of Midlothian; uncle to numerous nieces and nephews. He

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Winter Preparedness Week is Dec. 1-7 Contributed Report Several record-breaking snowstorms have covered Virginia in recent years, and winter is right around the corner again! Winter Preparedness Week is Dec. 1-7 and this is the time for Virginians to get ready for bad weather by taking a few easy steps. Get a kit. Imagine that you can’t leave your home for three days. You need these basic emergency supplies:  Three days’ food that doesn’t need refrigeration or electricity to prepare it  Three days’ water (a gallon per person per day)  A battery-powered and/or hand-crank radio with extra batteries  After you have these essentials, then add a first aid kit, supply of prescription medications, blankets and warm clothing, supplies for special members of your household and pet items. Make a plan. Everyone needs an emergency plan:  Decide who your

members if you can’t return home?  Get a worksheet at www.ReadyVirginia.gov or on the new Ready Virginia app. Stay informed. Before, during and after a winter storm, you should:  Listen to local media for information and instructions from emergency officials.  Be aware of winter storm watches and warnings and road conditions.  Get road condition information 24/7

by calling 511 or checking www.511Virginia. org. Download the Ready Virginia app. This helpful emergency planning tool for iPhoneŽ and Android™ mobile devices features:  Location-specific weather watches and warnings issued by the National Weather Service.  Disaster news from the Virginia Department of Emergency Management.  A customizable family emergency plan

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Blessed Sacrament Huguenot presents ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Catholic School will present William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew� at 7 p.m. on Dec. 6 and 7 under the direction of Kathryn Dickerson. A well-loved comedy about power in relationships, “The Taming of the Shrew� tells the story of Katherine, the fiery sister to graceful Bianca. Join us as Petrucio and Lucentio, their suitors,

work their way into getting what they want‌or do they? Lots of fun and 1800 Judes Ferry Rd. Powhatan, Va. laughs! Actors consist of talented members Get Ready Powhatan‌‌ of the student body in grades 6 – 12. for the 10th Annual Gospel At Its Best Showcase Admission is $5 for adults and $3 Whether you are a Gospel Soloist, Traditional, Southern, Country for students. BSH is located at 2501 Academy Road in Powhatan. For more or Praise & Worship Choir, Quartet, Praise Dancer or a Mime Ministry, information, call (804) 598-4211, visit this year’s gospel showcase will elevate your mind, body and spirit www.blessedsacramenthuguenot.org with an array of Powhatan’s Gospel Favorites! or e-mail: kdickerson@bshknights. Free Admission org. 3126083-01

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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

Ken Filliben, Pastor Email: newharvestassembly@comcast.net

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

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Providence Presbyterian Church

1957 Capeway Rd., Powhatan, VA

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

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

598-4970 Located 1950 Ridge Road (Rt. 627) 2/10th of a mile north of Rt. 13

Pastor Linda Beyond Our Doors Lowe

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

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Sundays: 804-403-3963 Morning Worship 10:00 AM Stephen Shelton, 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.

Powhatan United Methodist Church

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

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Bethesda Community Church

Worship: 2253 Rosson Rd. 8:30 Just off Rt. 13 in8:30 the Village Worship: & 11 a.m.& 11 a.m. Sunday School: 598-4438 Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. 9:45 a.m. www.powhatanumc.us 2253 Rosson Road

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

St. John Neumann Catholic Church Rev. Walter G. Lewis, Pastor

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

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Hobson’s Chapel

United Methodist Church PASTOR TIM KENNELL 804-598-0240, 598-3365 3540 OLD BUCKINGHAM RD. POWHATAN, VIRGINIA 23139 LOCATED AT INTERSECTION OF ROCKY FORD RD AND RT. 13-JUST

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William Todd (Pastor Todd) Gess 1801 Huguenot Trail Sunday School 9am Sunday Worship 9:45 AM Sunday Worship 10am Wednesday Bible Study 6:45pm Sunday School 11:00 AM Rev. Bryan M. Holt, Pastor 492-4366 378-3607 Located on Route 13 (Old Buckingham Road) www.EmmausChristianChurch.org

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Powhatan Riders 4-H Equestrian Club recently made a donation of $115 to Patsy Goodwyn to benefit the Ruby Leonard Food Pantry.

Equestrian club donates to food pantry Contributed Report Club Leader Melissa Clayton said the 4-H members set up a table of baked goods at the Powhatan Tractor Supply Store in October. Rather than charging a fee for the brownies and cookies, they asked for donations

to the local food pantry. The pantry is in particular need of canned goods such as tuna fish, potted meats and canned chicken. Items may be dropped off at the pantry, which is located at 2480 Academy Road on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from

10 a.m. to noon. The 4-H clubs also have a collection bin for the pantry at the Powhatan Extension Office in the basement of the Powhatan Village Building. Goodwyn said the Coalition of Powhatan Churches will continue sponsoring the “Thanks-

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Gospel at its Best – Lets Fellowship Dec. 7 By Dale Goodman Contributing Writer

At 6 p.m., on Saturday, Dec. 7, gospel music fans will be gathering in the Powhatan High School Auditorium for a 10th year celebration of good gospel music. Unlike gospel concerts held at venues asking for sizable admission fees to hear an array of gospel favorites, Gospel At Its Best-Lets Fellowship continues to host its program with no admission fee. However, each year, proceeds from a heartfelt love offering always serve as an act of kindness. Throughout the years, monetary acts of kindness from this annual program have made its way to the Powhatan Volunteer Rescue and Fire Departments, Grace Ministries, families of Powhatan who have lost homes due to a disaster and also to a cultural scholarship fund award-

ed to a deserving senior at Powhatan High School. This year’s program will be highlighting some recording and non-recording gospel performers of Powhatan County. The songs to be performed by The Just Us Country Gospel Band and The Heavenly Light Gospel Singers will take us back to where gospel music got its foundation. The Bethesda Community Gospel Choir, Mt. Zion Baptist Church Combined Chorus and The Greenbrier Baptist Church Gospel Choir will elevate your mind with praise and worship. Individually, WandaMarie Duke, Tabitha Coleman and Gail Ferguson will grace the stage with their powerful and anointing voices. Master D & DeLaney Mime Ministry will give the audience a view of the gospel portrayed through the eyes of a child. Minister Jon Alston will be the host

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Gospel at its Best is admission free, but a love offering will be taken to benefit the community.

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Holiday gift fair offers shoppers opportunity to help those in need Contributed Report A unique holiday gift fair will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 16, and from 9:15 am to12:30 pm on Sunday, Nov. 17, at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Bon Air. On Friday evening at 7 p.m. we will be treated to a performance by the Richmond Children’s Choir followed by an evening of “shopping.” On Sunday morning the fair will open before the worship service, will close during the worship service and will reopen after the service. All are welcome to attend the church service which, begins at 10:30 a.m. What is a gift fair? We often wonder what to give to family and friends when they really do not need more “things.” Consider giving a lovely gesture of human kindness this year! What about food for the hungry, medicine for the sick, help for impoverished children, or animals in need? When you attend the gift fair you

will learn about and have the opportunity to make donations to the nonprofit organization of your choice in honor of a friend or family member. The organizations that we have invited are CCHASM (Chesterfield Colonial Heights Alliance for Social Ministry), Tricycle Gardens, ASK, Crossover Ministries, Noah’s Children, Richmond Children’s Choir, Micah Initiative, Bainbridge Ministries, Richmond Animal League, and St. Michael’s Ministries. “A gift like this is a gift to the giver as well as the receiver because it helps someone with a real need,” said cochairwoman Jill Hunter. Please come and enjoy beautiful music, the festive atmosphere, and refreshments as we anticipate the coming holidays and think of those who will truly benefit from a gift from the heart. For additional information, please contact Donna Nelson at (804) 2720992 or at dnelson@stmichaelsbonair. org.


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Cooperative Extension offers shiitake mushroom workshop Contributed Report Virginia Cooperative Extension will conduct a workshop for anyone interested in producing and marketing shiitake mushrooms. Scheduled from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 12, the workshop will be held at 5004 Cartersville Road.

Participants will learn firsthand how to inoculate natural logs with shiitake mushrooms. Workshops presenters include Dr. Greg Frey, Virginia State University forestry extension specialist and Mark Jones, owner/operator of Sharondale Farm in Keswick. A $5 registration fee covers

educational materials and supplies. Interested persons are encouraged to pre-register before Dec. 5 by contacting the Powhatan County Extension Office at (804) 598-5640. Anyone needing special services or accommodations should call in advance to discuss arrangements.

Pvt. Goode graduates from Army unit training Contributed Report Army Reserve Pvt. Darion L. Goode has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training (AIT). During basic military training, Goode received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons qualification, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army doctrine, history, principles and traditions. During AIT, Goode completed the military police specialist course to acquire skills to provide combat area support, conduct battlefield circulation control, area security, prisoner of war operations, civilian internee operations, and law and

order operations. Goode performed as a team member in support of battlefield operations, installation law and order operations and security of Army resources and installations. Goode is the son of Niles Goode of Powhatan, and Christie Goode of Richmond. He has served in the military for five months.

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1893 Capeway Very clean brick rancher - large rooms - HVAC is less than 1 year old & has warranty - Master bath has walk in shower with hand rails - Solidly built home - nice setting on cul-de-sac road convienent to Rt.60 and close to grocery store and pharmacy - rear deck overlooking private rear yard - attached carport paved driveway $219,950 JimBlandford.com 804-513-3878

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Editor’s Note: In the My Point of View essay below, we have asked the Community Advisory Board (CAB) of Deep Meadow Correctional Center (DMCC) in Powhatan County to describe the workings of Corrections in Powhatan and how volunteers from our community are participating with Corrections’ officials “inside the walls.” In this first installment, we have asked District 5 Supervisor Carson Tucker, chairman of DMCC’s CAB, to introduce the series.

Can we

My Point of View

? Politicans must decide whether to work together for the people By Ben Orcutt News Editor

Election Day has come and gone in Virginia and the question now is: Will Democrats, Republicans and Independents in the General Assembly work together to move the Commonwealth forward? By now, all but a few campaign signs have been removed. Those that remain offer a reminder of some of the more contentious races, especially the contest for governor between Democrat and Gov.-elect Terry McAuliffe and Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli. The race was close – McAuliffe won by about 3 percent – and pundits will continue to analyze the results for days and months to come. Nevertheless, come January, McAuliffe will be Virginia’s governor and fellow Democrat Dr. Ralph S.

Northam will take office as lieutenant governor. It appears that a recount will determine whether Democrat Mark Herring or Republican Mark Obenshain will become the state’s next attorney general. Once the newly-elected leaders take office, they will represent all Virginians – those who voted for or against them and those who didn’t cast a ballot. The task now is for those who were elected to focus on what is best for all who reside within the Commonwealth – from Tidewater to the Cumberland Gap, from Northern Virginia to the North Carolina border, and everywhere in between. No elected official should feel compelled to leave their morals and principles at the statehouse door. In fact, they should champion their causes with total resolve, while at the same time respecting the rights of others with whom they disagree. Working together for the common good of all Virginians is a lofty goal, but one that also is achievable. So when the upcoming session of the General Assembly convenes, more important that the “D” or “R” or “I” after a governing member’s name is the “V” that’s in front of it: Virginian. METRO CREATIVE

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Demystifying the role of Corrections in Powhatan By Carson Tucker Contributing Writer

Many folks in Powhatan are not aware that one of the Commonwealth’s largest concentrations of prison inmates is right here in our county. Powhatan Correctional Center houses up to 800 offenders and the Receiving and Diagnostic Center can house 400. Deep Meadow Correctional Center houses up to 738 inmates. In addition, the James River Work Unit on the north bank of the river has between 250 and 300 offenders. The men in these facilities are imprisoned by the Commonwealth for crimes against persons or property. Some of the crimes are very serious, some less so. The offenders can be from any part of Virginia and from outside the state for crimes Tucker committed in Virginia, but many of them are from Central Virginia. A large percentage are incarcerated for drug-related offenses. Two things are true about these men. First, they are indeed here in our community and second, they will be released back into our communities once they’ve “served their time.” Although Virginia, because of a commitment to training and rehabilitation, has the second-lowest recidivism rate among the 50 states, some of these offenders will return to prison for future crimes, but many will CHOOSE – and that’s an important word in our consideration of what happens inside, which is affected by volunteers and staff – to become productive, law-abiding citizens. DMCC has created a Community Advisory Board (CAB), which is a partnership consisting of volunteers from the surrounding community, Corrections’ staff personnel, and offenders. The CAB is a collaborative effort by these three groups to improve the communications and relationships between the Corrections facility and the Powhatan community and especially those folks who live near the facility. Whatever way offenders turn once released can be positively affected and that’s where CAB, working with staff, can make a difference. The CAB also seeks to demystify – I sometimes use the term “de-demonize” – for Powhatan citizens what actually goes on inside the walls and engage volunteers, staff, and offenders in creating programs and projects that will improve offenders’ learning, rehabilitation, and readiness to return to life outside the prison. In future installments of these essays, we will ask volunteers, staff, and offenders themselves to discuss actual programs, the effect those programs have on offenders’ lives, the actual work of the CAB, and how you, if you choose, can be part of the solution.

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Holiday Gift Basket Project for Older Adults launches Contributed Report

The Holiday Gift Basket Project for Older Adults promotes healthy aging and helps seniors to be safe and independent.

For the 24th year, Senior Connections, The Capital Area Agency on Aging and the city of Richmond’s Office on Aging and Persons with Disabilities are co-sponsoring the Holiday Gift Basket Project for Older Adults. The Project promotes healthy aging and helps seniors remain safe and independent in their homes and communities. The Agency requests donations of nonperishable food items, grocery and pharmacy gift cards, emergency/ disaster preparedness items and basic household needs. The “gift baskets� will be distributed to senior citizens in the most need. Donations may be delivered to Senior Con-

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nections at 24 E. Cary Street (corner of 1st and East Cary Streets or the Richmond East District Center at 701 N. 25th St. Friday, Dec 6 is the deadline for deliveries. In addition to items for gift baskets, other emergency needs (utility bills, transportation assistance) may be met through monetary contri-

butions to the Project. Please make checks payable to Senior Connections and write “2013 Holiday Gift Project� on the memo line of your check. Mail to SC/CAAA Holiday Project, 24 E. Cary St., Richmond, VA 23219. You may also make a contribution at our website: www.seniorconnections-va.org. Donations are tax deductible. For additional information about the Holiday Gift Basket Project please call Diane Foster at 804-672-4492 or email her at dfoster@youraaa. org.

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Navy League of the United States starts campaign for special Virginia license plate Contributed Report The Richmond Council Navy League of the United States has initiated a campaign to create a special United States Navy license plate for Virginia vehicle owners. “Virginia is home to the Naval Base Norfolk and also home to thousands of active duty, retired and former Navy veterans yet the Commonwealth does not offer a special license plate to honor their service,� said Ed Gibbons, past presi-

dent of the Richmond Navy League Council. Gibbons noted that the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) offers nearly 30 different military plates including plates that honor the U.S. Army, U.S. Marines and other branches of military service. “We have joined with other Navy League councils throughout Virginia to spearhead an effort to make a United States Navy license plate available to all active duty, retired and former Navy

personnel as well as the widows of Navy veterans,� he said. The Navy League is suggesting that the proceeds from the annual license fees for the proposed United States Navy plates be collected by the DMV and distributed to the Virginia Wounded Warrior Project and the United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps (Youth Program/Virginia). “We need support of all active duty, retired and former Navy veterans to make the United States

Navy license plate a reality,� Gibbons said. “We encourage citizens to call or write their representatives in the Virginia General Assembly to ask that they support this effort. The Navy League can help by providing the names of General Assembly members for each district and also provide VDMV application forms for the proposed license plates.� The offices of the Richmond Council Navy League can be contacted at 804-355-7557.

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CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, surprises are coming your way. Though you may want to control the situation, you have to sit back and let the chips fall where they may.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, you may have your sights set on an exotic vacation, but you just don’t have the money to make it happen right now. Save for your dream getaway or take a quick jaunt to recharge.

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ARIES - Mar 21/Apr 20 Don’t race ahead to get the early advantage this week, Aries. Practice patience in all that you do this week, and you may find greater success.


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Heartbreaker

PHOTOS BY KENNY MOORE

Noah Newton of Powhatan (with the football) heads into the land of giants and he tries to go down the right side for some open field.

Warriors edge ahead of Indians to win Jefferson District title game Alex Winfree

recovery. Western Albemarle wouldn’t take advantage of the Powhatan turnover as The Powhatan High School JV they themselves turned the ball over on football team took to the gridiron downs on a failed fourth down converSaturday afternoon in search of the sion. Jefferson District title, but their efforts The Indians cashed in on the came up just short as they suffered a Warriors’ turnover. On a hard to heartbreaking 24-21 loss to the convert third and 15, quarterback Jacob Warriors of Western Albemarle High Oglesby connected with Jeremy School. Arnold on an out route. Arnold broke Powhatan received the opening one tackle and ran the rest of the way kick, which sailed out of bounds untouched for a 50-yard touchdown. giving them a start on their own 35Wesley Livermon converted the extra yard line. However, just two plays into point to put the Indians ahead with the drive Jacob Beil lost a fumble after 4:16 remaining in the first quarter. taking a big hit and Western Albemarsee Heartbreaker page 4B le’s Mike Vale came up with the Contributing Writer

Robert Myers of Powhatan continues to dig in as he drags three Western Albemarle defenders on his back in the red zone.

Charlottesville’s Black Knights charge to victory Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Charlottesville High School may have been a sub-500 team coming into last Friday night’s game against Powhatan High School, but, as any sports fan knows, records can be very deceiv-

ing. The Indians, who were not only squaring off against a highly-athletic Charlottesville squad but sub-freezing temperatures as well, looked tentative and timid for most of the evening, ultimately falling to the Black Knights 28-16 on the home team’s senior

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BSH stomps Kenston Forest in semis Alex Winfree Contributing Writer

The Blessed Sacrament Hugeunot Knights will play for their fifth state championship in five years. It’s that time of the year where high school teachers everywhere deserve a bonus. Why? Because across the nation high school football playoffs are kicking off and most young men are focused more on how they will secure the state title, not how they will do on this week’s math test. One thing is for sure, if the BSH Knights can stay as focused in the classroom as they are on the football field right now they will all bring home straight A’s and together they will secure Blessed Sacrament’s fifth straight state title. Friday night at Barham-Sowers Field, Kenston Forest was the only team left standing between BSH and a state championship appearance. BSH came in heavily favored after defeating Kenston Forest 47-7 in their regular season match up. Once again, the Knights would prove to be too much for the Kavaliers to handle. Kenston Forest received the opening kick and quickly went three and out thanks in large part to star linebacker Ethan Johnson’s sack. For the second week in a row, BSH scored on its first play from scrimmage. The speedy Chandler Emberlin took C.J. Filipkowski’s handoff 33 yards to give BSH its first touchdown just two minutes into the game. Justin Cary’s extra point was

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Ethan Johnson (with the football) hits the line hard and carries a few of the Kavaliers with him and he fights for extra yardage.

good giving the Knights an early 7-0 advantage. The Kavaliers again went three and out and punted to the dangerous J.T. Taylor who had an excellent return of 45 yards negated by a holding penalty. BSH would turn the ball over on downs on the following drive and Kenston followed that up with another punt. This time BSH would cash in. They couldn’t get into the end zone, but Cary’s golden leg secured three points on a 33-yard field goal which probably would have been good from about 50 yards. The kick increased the BSH lead to 10-0 with 11:41 remaining in the 2nd quarter. Kenston Forest contin-

ued to struggle offensively and punted yet again following Cary’s field goal. BSH would have the same fate on the upcoming drive, but Cary continued to shine on special teams pinning Kenston Forest on its own six yard line. Another unsuccessful possession for Kenston led to another punt, but BSH couldn’t take advantage and Cary once again pinned Kenston inside their own 20. The BSH defense finally got things going back in a positive direction when they forced and recovered a Kenston fumble. Emberlin again wasted no time taking advantage of great starting field position and bulldozed two Kenston defenders on his way to a 16-yard touchdown run. Cary converted the extra point to put BSH up 17-0 with 5:28 remaining in the first half. After another unsuccessful drive by Kenston, BSH got the ball back and Filipkowski took a knee to send the teams to the locker room for halftime. Both teams struggled to move the ball in the third quarter until Filipkowski found Ryan Cary on an 80-yard touchdown strike. Cary was in oneon-one coverage and leaped over a Kenston Forest defender to come up with an excellent catch and easily cruised into the end zone. The extra point put BSH up 24-0 with 1:58 remaining in the quarter. The BSH defense continued to dominate Kenston’s offense and forced another punt and once again the Knights offense took advantage. Emberlin’s 25-yard rush moved the Knights inside the Kenston 30 yard line and Taylor was on the receiving end of a 25-yard touchdown from Filipkowski. Cary again converted the extra point to put the Knights up 31-0 with 11:48 remaining in the game. The Knights’ defense forced yet another punt and Tanner Dobrucky used some shifty moves to return the ball 35 yards. Dobrucky wasn’t done, however. He followed up his excellent punt return with an equally impres-

James Taylor #1 of Blessed Sacrament Huguenot goes up high for the pass but just can’t stay in bounds for the completion.

The Lady Knights perform a routine during the halftime show of the first round playoff game between the Knights of Blessed Sacrament Huguenot and the Kenston Forest Kavaliers.

sive 24-yard touchdown run to put the final stamp on the Knights’ 38-0 victory. Several BSH players ended the Knight with impressive stat lines. Emberlin picked up 117 yards on just nine carries and scored twice. Ryan Cary had two catches for a very efficient 88 yards along with a touchdown. Taylor collected three

catches for 44 yards and touchdown. Leading the way for the Knights’ defense was Sean Stanley, who collected three sacks on the night. Emberlin and Johnson also contributed a sack a piece. BSH will take on the winner of the Fuqua/ Broadwater game for VISAA Division IV state championship. The time

and location of the game are still to be determined. With the Knights now riding an eight game winning streak, an offense scoring a ridiculous amount of points and a defense not allowing points, there are plenty of reasons to believe the Knights will bring another state championship to Powhatan County.


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Victory: Thurston finished the night 2-of-3 for 55 yards and two touchdowns Continued from page 1B

Indians know that the Black Knights (5-5, 3-4) weren’t going to be an easy out, by any means. Charlottesville made another statement on their second drive, when Rashad Brock sprinted into the end zone from 24-yards out to give “The Ville,” as they are referred to, a two-touchdown cushion. L.J. Jackson, who is averaging over 10 yards per carry this season, did his part to bring the Indians within striking distance: he sliced through the Charlottesville defense from 11 yards out early in the second quarter to shrink the score to 14-7. However, Thurston would turn out to be the game-changer, just as he has been all season long for the (other) orange and black. The signal caller made two pivotal plays in the second half that would ultimately doom the Indians to an unexpected regular season-ending defeat. The first play occurred approximately three minutes into the third quarter, when Thurston, who was lined up in the shotgun just as he was throughout the entire evening, faked a handoff to the left then sprinted right up the gut, splitting the Powhatan defense like a cantaloupe on a chopping block.

That score stretched the Charlottesville lead to 21-7 and gave the Indians a strong punch in the gut just when they were entertaining the thought of a comeback. Powhatan inched closer with two consecutive scores, one on a safety that was the result of a poor snap on a punt, the other a 9-yard touchdown scamper by Jackson that shrunk the score to 21-16. But that’s when Thurston made his second game-changing play of the second half. Facing a fourth down and five at the 48-yard line with less than 9 minutes remaining the game, Thurston audibled from a relatively conservative running play to a much more risqué call: a deep pass route that sent wide out Leon Straus sprinting through the center of the Powhatan defense on a post. The last-second adjustment paid critical dividends. Thurston connected with Straus, who had beaten the Powhatan defender by a good three feet, and the Black Knights took a commanding 28-16 lead. That rounded out the scoring for both teams. Thurston finished the night 2-of-3 for 55 yards and two touchdowns. He also ran 13 times for 144 yards and a score.

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On Saturday, Oct. 19, Craig Wood of Powhatan County shot and killed a black bear with a bow in Brunswick County. It was Wood’s first bear kill. The 350-pound beast is going to be mounted by local taxidermist Butch Williams.

PHS boys cross country team to compete at state meet Contributed Report After a strong finish on Mechanicsville’s Pole Green Park on Nov. 7, the Powhatan boys cross country team has qualified for the state meet in Fauquier on Nov. 16. This marks the first time in the history of the cross country program that the boys have qualified as a team, according to assistant coach Elliot Gibbs. “Since the advent of the program, only individuals have gone to

states,” said Gibbs. “I think this year we finally had the right combination of boys to do it.” On a personal accolade note, senior captain Sid Noble was named first team all-conference with after placing seventh at an Oct. 30 meet at Smithfield. Powhatan’s combined score of 70 at that meet officially qualified them for the Mechanicsville meet at Pole Green Park. The Indians have been challenging top-level competition all year long, a fact that will likely prepare

them for the stiffer tests that they will face as they forge deeper into the postseason. Their most impressive showing to date, not including the Nov. 7 meet at Pole Green Park, was likely a district-wide meet that took place on Oct. 23 at Darden Towe Park. On that date, Powhatan competed against every school in the district - Monticello, Charlottesville, Western Albemarle, Fluvanna, Louisa, Albemarle and Orange – and placed third behind Western Albemarle and Albemarle.

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Heartbreaker: Powhatan continues to be one of the most dominant teams in central Va. Continued from page 1B

Arnold was not done making big plays for the Indians, however. On Western Albemarle’s upcoming drive, he displayed his great hands again when he intercepted Henry Kreienbaum’s pass. Arnold’s interception set the Indians up with great field position. They began the drive from Western Albemarle’s 22yard line. A nine-yard run by Robert Myers was followed up with a sevenyard run by Noah Newton. The Indians looked to be in great position to score, but Oglesby was intercepted after heavy pressure forced him to throw into double coverage. The Indians’ defense would come to the rescue, however. Western Albemarle put a nice drive together and worked into PHS territory, but Justin DeLeon ended the threat when he intercepted Kreienbaum’s pass. He returned the ball 64 yards before finally being tackled and fumbling. Luckily for the Indians, Marquis Lee was right there to pick up the ball and he carried it the remaining four yards for another Powhatan touchdown. Livermon again converted the extra point giving the Indians a comfortable 14-0 lead with 5:34 remaining in the half. Another impressive defensive display for the Indians led most Powhatan fans to believe the Indians were well on their

marle into another third down, but their pass coverage allowed Kreienbaum way too much space and he ran 12 yards for a Warriors first down. The dagger in the Indians’ hearts came on the next play. Arnold once again stepped up and made a great play sacking Kreienbaum, but the referees called a very questionable facemask, granting the Warriors another first down. The defense buckled down and forced three straight incomplete passes, forcing Western Albemarle into a fourth and 10. Vale, however, continued to bail out the PHOTOS BY KENNY MOORE Western Albemarle quarterback Henry Kreienbaum tries to avoid the rush but gets hit by a host of Western Albemarle offense. He hauled in a Powhatan defenders. 28-yard reception which changed the momentum quarter’s end. Vale eventually setup Kreienof the game. After the continued to be a nuibaum’s two-yard touchsafety awarded Western sance to the Powhatan down run. Domecq Albemarle its first points defense after catching converted the extra point of the game, they quickly consecutive passes for putting the Warriors up found the end zone after nine and 35 yards. 24-21 with just 1:05 receiving the safety-punt. Kreienbaum then kept remaining in the game. Vale hauled in a 13-yard the ball on a draw play Oglesby did everyreception and Kreienfor a two-yard touchthing possible to rally the baum ran 13 yards on the down. Domecq’s Field Indians back into the quarterback keeper. goal gave Western game, but couldn’t find a Kreienbaum once again Albemarle a 17-14 lead receiver and the Indians called his own number for as the third quarter turned the ball over on a 16-yard touchdown run ended. downs with 30 seconds to make it a 14-8 game. Arnold would continue left in the game. Western Albemarle to be the Indians’ key Western Albemarle would also convert the play-maker. Following just barely walked away two-point conversion Western Albemarle’s with the 24-21 win and Powhatan’s Ty Hicks #1 gets in the face of when Kreienbaum found touchdown, he brought in the district championship, quarterback Henry Kreienbaum #14 as Justin Vale on a fade to make it his second touchdown but Powhatan’s JV squad Stoner #75 tries to knock the pass down. 14-10 with 1:49 remain- catch of the day this time proved there is a bright ing in the first half. for 45 yards. Livermon’s future for Jimmy Woodway to victory. They Derek Domecq pinned the Powhatan couldn’t extra point made it a 21- son’s varsity squad. once again forced WestIndians on their own two come up with points in its 17 advantage for the They ended the season ern Albemarle to punt. yard line and Myers final possession of the Indians with 6:45 remain- with a 9-2 record and a However, the Warriors would eventually be half, but still went into the ing in the game. runner-up finish in the displayed just how much stuffed in his own end locker room with a 14-10 The Indians battled Jefferson District and the often overlooked zone by the Western Albe- lead. hard, but just couldn’t once these kids move up special teams can affect a marle defense for a safety. Powhatan and Westhold on. Vale proved to to the varsity squad they football game. Punter That play completely ern Albemarle struggled be too much for one-onwill continue to show to move the ball in the one coverage and hauled why Powhatan is one of third quarter, but the in a 30-yard reception for the most dominant high Warriors finally got into a first down. The Indians school football teams in the end zone at the third then got Western AlbeCentral Virginia.

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Clippers nip the Indians POWHATAN FALLS IN FIVE SETS TO POWERHOUSE GRAFTON Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

This isn’t the way Powhatan High School head coach Erin Woodson wanted to see the season end for her seniors. The Indians were pitted against the Grafton High School Clippers, one of the most talented teams in the 757, in the first round of the conference tournament. Powhatan had scrimmaged the Clippers at home before the start of the season, and had taken a fairly strong punch in the lip. In that contest, Grafton had looked more athletic, more synchronized than the Indians. But a lot can change in three months, and based on the final score from all five sets, a lot had changed. Powhatan essentially went point for point with powerhouse Grafton for

all five sets, never losing by more than six points. But, unfortunately for Woodson and her five seniors who were suiting up in the orange and black for the final time in their careers, the Clippers were ultimately able to pull out a victory and advance to the next round of the conference tournament. “It was a very competitive game that kept us on the edge of our seats,” said Woodson. “All five seniors started and played extremely well last night. They each know their role and played their hearts out, not wanting it to be the last game of their high school career.” “I hated to see it end for them,” added Woodson. The seniors that Woodson spoke so highly of – Allison Etheridge, Nicole Nee, Cecilia Fleming, Marley Hodson and Ka-

zzie Britton – did, in fact, play their hearts out. A quick glimpse at the stat line reveals a group of girls that laid it all on the line in an attempt to extend the season just a little longer.  Etheridge finished with eight kills.  Nee finished with 11 kills and 6.5 blocks  Fleming had four blocks and six kills.  Hodson rounded up 10 digs  Britton tallied four digs and a team-high 20 assists The efforts of these five girls - as well as first team all-district freshman Kelli Nee, who put up 17 assists and 10 digs – nearly allowed the underdog Indians to pull off an upset victory in what was the very definition of a back-andforth match. Powhatan lost the first set by two, won the second set by two, lost the third set by six, won

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Seniors Kazzie Britton (left) and Nicole Nee (right) prepare for a serve during a match earlier this season. Against Grafton, Britton had four digs and a team high 20 assists. Nee had 11 kills and 6.5 blocks.

the fourth set by two and lost the fifth and final set by two. That’s enough seesawing to make even the most iron-stomached coach a bit nauseous. But coach Woodson refused to

focus on the negative, instead opting to look back on the match and the season through a lens of optimism. “I don’t think I have ever coached so many

games that were won/lost by two points,” said Woodson. “We battled hard last night, as well as all season. This is a group of hard working girls that love the sport of volleyball.”

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College Basketball The Ultimate Fighter The Ultimate Fighter FOX Sports Live (Live) FOX Football Daily SportCtr NBA NBA Basketball: New York Knicks at Atlanta Hawks. (Live) NBA Basketball: Thunder at Clippers EA Skills Challenge (N) College Football: Ball State at Northern Illinois. (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Olbermann (N) Å Best of Dan Patrick Wizards NBA Basketball: Washington Wizards at San Antonio Spurs. Postgame SportsTalk SportsNet Redskins Wheel Jeopardy! The Middle Back in Mod Fam Super Fun Nashville (In Stereo) News Jimmy Kimmel Live (N) Nightline News Access H. Survivor (N) (In Stereo) Criminal Minds (N) CSI: Crime Scene News Late Show Letterman Ferguson Big Bang Big Bang The X Factor (N) (In Stereo Live) Å Fox News at Ten Å Mod Fam Two Men Mod Fam Two Men Ent Inside Ed. Revolution (In Stereo) Law & Order: SVU Dateline NBC (N) Å News Tonight Show w/Leno J. Fallon Funniest Home Videos Rules Rules Rules Rules WGN News at Nine (N) How I Met Rules Rules Parks Capitol Hill Hearings: Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Capitol Hill Hearings: Mally: Color Cosmetics In the Kitchen With David “PM Edition” Rick’s Gift Favorites “Lori Greiner” Gotta Have It! PBS NewsHour Å Nature (In Stereo) Å NOVA (In Stereo) (PA) Secrets of the Dead Song of the Mountains Charlie Rose (N) Å Well Read Antiques Secrets of Althorp: Masterpiece Classic Masterpiece Classic PBS NewsHour Å NOVA (In Stereo) (PA) Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Live (N) AC 360 Later (N) Erin Burnett OutFront Piers Morgan Live Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Last Word All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show The Kudlow Report (N) Crime Inc. Car Chase Car Chase American Greed Mad Money Car Chase Car Chase Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) Hannity (N) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File Transfrmr ›› “Green Lantern” (2011, Action) Ryan Reynolds. American Horror Story American Horror Story American Horror Story NCIS “Hiatus” Mod Fam Mod Fam ›› “No Strings Attached” (2011) Natalie Portman. White Collar Law-SVU Castle “Last Call” Å Castle “Nikki Heat” Castle (In Stereo) Castle “The Final Nail” Hawaii Five-0 Å Hawaii Five-0 Å Seinfeld Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Big Bang Conan (N) Å Pete Conan Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Duck D. Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Rampage Jail Jail Å Colbert Daily Show At Mid South Park South Park South Park South Park Key Daily Show Colbert At Mid South Park Man vs. Wild Å Man vs. Wild Å Bear Grylls: Bear Grylls: Bear Grylls: Bear Grylls: Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Extreme Hoarding: Buried Alive Extreme Extreme Hoarding: Buried Alive To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced To Be Announced Sam & Cat Thunder Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends ANT Farm Jessie “Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy” Good Luck Austin Gravity Jessie Good Luck “Read It and Weep” ››› “Ever After: A Cinderella Story” (1998, Romance) The 700 Club Å Prince Prince ›› “A Cinderella Story” (2004) Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Cleveland The Exes King King The King of Queens “Where the Boys Are” ››› “Gunfight at the O.K. Corral” (1957) Å ››› “Sweet Smell of Success” (1957, Drama) “Elmer Gantry” (1960) “Mistletoe Over” “The Thanksgiving House” (2013) Emily Rose. “A Christmas Wish” (2011) Kristy Swanson. “Trading Christmas” ›› “Comfort and Joy” “Christmas Angel” (2009) K.C. Clyde. Å ››› “The Christmas Hope” (2009, Drama) Å “Christmas Angel” Income Property Å Property Brothers Å Property Brothers Å Hunters Hunt Intl Property Brothers Å Property Brothers Å Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant Stakeout Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant: Impossible Restaurant Stakeout 106 & Park Husbands Husbands Husbands Scandal (In Stereo) Scandal (In Stereo) The Game The Game Wendy Williams Show Awkward. Snooki Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Girl Code Ke$ha Big Tips Hook Up Girl Code Ke$ha 40 Greatest Pranks 3 ››‡ “Austin Powers in Goldmember” (2002) Saturday Night Live “Best of Jimmy Fallon” “Sixteen Candles” Johnny T Teen Gumball Total Regular Adventure Cleveland Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Aqua Teen Ghost Mine Paranormal Witness Paranormal Witness Ghost Mine (N) Paranormal Witness Ghost Mine ››› “Twister” (1996, Action) Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton. Å ››‡ “Jurassic Park III” (2001) ››‡ “Jurassic Park III” (2001) Sam Neill. Reba Å Reba Å ›‡ “The Marine” (2006, Action) John Cena. Å Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Son-in-Lw American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å Bible Secrets American Jungle Å American Pickers Å Fall Praise-A-Thon: Behind Turning Prince End Praise the Lord (N) (Live) Å Good Duplantis

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Fox 1 on 1 Setup NASCAR Racing High School Football (N) (Live) Å Sports SportCtr NBA NBA Basketball: Timberwolves at Nuggets NBA Basketball: Detroit Pistons at Sacramento Kings. (Live) NASCAR SportCtr College Football Live College Football: Washington at UCLA. (N) (Live) Å SportsCenter (N) (Live) Caps NHL Hockey: Washington Capitals at Detroit Red Wings. (N) Postgame SportsTalk SportsNet Redskins Ravens SportsTalk Wheel Jeopardy! Last Man Neighbors Shark Tank (In Stereo) 20/20 (In Stereo) Å News Jimmy Kimmel Live Nightline News Access H. Undercover Boss Å Hawaii Five-0 (N) Å Blue Bloods (In Stereo) News Late Show Letterman Ferguson Big Bang Big Bang Bones (In Stereo) (PA) Raising Hope (N) News FOX First Mod Fam Two Men Mod Fam Two Men Ent Inside Ed. Dateline NBC (N) Å Grimm (N) (In Stereo) Dracula (N) (In Stereo) News Tonight Show w/Leno J. Fallon Funniest Home Videos How I Met How I Met How I Met How I Met WGN News at Nine (N) How I Met Rules Rules Parks Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Key Capitol Hill Hearings: (In Stereo) Rachael Ray Judith Ripka Sterling Collection A Lisa Christmas Friday Night Beauty Dooney & Bourke PBS NewsHour Å Wash McL’ghlin Great Performances “Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!” (N) Å Austin City Limits Å Insight Just Seen Antiques Roadshow JFK: American Experience (N) Å (DVS) PBS NewsHour Å Great Performances Erin Burnett OutFront Anderson Cooper 360 Piers Morgan Live (N) Crossfire Unguarded Anthony Bourd. Anderson Cooper 360 Hardball Matthews All In With Chris Hayes Rachel Maddow Show Alec Baldwin Lockup Lockup The Kudlow Report (N) Amer. Greed Car Chase Car Chase American Greed Mad Money Car Chase Car Chase Greta Van Susteren The O’Reilly Factor (N) The Kelly File (N) Hannity (N) The O’Reilly Factor The Kelly File ›››‡ “Moneyball” (2011, Drama) Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill. ›››‡ “Moneyball” (2011, Drama) Brad Pitt, Jonah Hill. “Bridesmaids” (2011) Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Mod Fam Law & Order: SVU Castle (In Stereo) Å ››‡ “S.W.A.T.” (2003, Action) Samuel L. Jackson. Å ››‡ “Unknown” (2011, Suspense) Liam Neeson. Å (DVS) Seinfeld Fam. Guy ›› “The Change-Up” (2011) Ryan Reynolds. ›› “Monster-in-Law” (2005) Jennifer Lopez. (DVS) The Office The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å The First 48 Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Cops Å Bellator MMA Live (N) (In Stereo Live) ›››‡ “Inglourious Basterds” (2009) Brad Pitt. Colbert Daily Show Futurama Futurama Tosh.0 Tosh.0 Key Key Tosh.0 South Park South Park Dukes Gold Rush (In Stereo) Gold Rush: Pay Dirt (N) Gold Rush (In Stereo) Bering Sea Gold Å Gold Rush (In Stereo) Bering Sea Gold Å Four Weddings Å Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Say Yes Secret Princes (N) Å Say Yes Say Yes Secret Princes Å Tanked: Unfiltered Å Tanked: Unfiltered Tanked (In Stereo) Tanked (N) (In Stereo) Tanked (In Stereo) Tanked (In Stereo) Sponge. Sponge. The Legend of Korra Full House Full House Full House Full House Friends Friends Friends Friends ANT Farm Jessie ANT Farm Jessie (N) Wander Austin Liv-Mad. Austin Good Luck Shake It Good Luck Gravity ›› “Cheaper by the Dozen 2” (2005, Comedy) The 700 Club Å Prince Prince ››‡ “Cheaper by the Dozen” (2003, Comedy) Griffith Griffith Griffith Griffith Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond Raymond King The King of Queens “Bad for Each Other” ››› “Theodora Goes Wild” (1936) ›››› “Twentieth Century” (1934, Comedy) Å ››› “Easy Living” (1937, Comedy) “Snow Bride” (2013) “Pete’s Christmas” (2013, Fantasy) Bruce Dern. “Santa Jr” (2002) Lauren Holly. Å “Cancel Christmas” “Song-Season” “A Country Christmas Story” (2013, Drama) “Under the Mistletoe” (2006, Drama) Å “Country Christmas” Hunt Intl Hunt Intl Flip It to Win It Å Flip or Flip or Hunters Hunt Intl Hunt Intl Hunt Intl Flip or Flip or Diners Diners Challenge Diners Diners Diners Diners My. Diners My. Diners Diners Diners 106 & Park ››› “Drumline” (2002, Comedy-Drama) Nick Cannon. Å Chocolate Sundaes: Live Husbands Wendy Williams Show Ridiculous. Ridiculous. Wait Till Next Year (N) Wait Till Next Year (N) Ridiculous. Ridiculous. Ridiculous. Ridiculous. ››› “Drag Me to Hell” Black Ink Crew ›› “Dance Flick” (2009) Shoshana Bush. Best Week SNL Game Show: Saturday Night Live SNL Steven Adventure Gumball MAD Regular Adventure Cleveland Amer. Dad Fam. Guy Fam. Guy Chicken Aqua Teen “Wrong Turn 5” WWE Friday Night SmackDown! (In Stereo) Å Haven (N) Being Human Å Haven ››› “Men in Black” (1997) Tommy Lee Jones. ››› “I Am Legend” (2007) Will Smith. Å The Walking Dead Å ›‡ “Seed of Chucky” Sweet Home Alabama Sweet Home Alabama Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. Cops Rel. ››‡ “Footloose” (1984, Drama) Kevin Bacon. American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å American Pickers Å Fall Praise-A-Thon: Behind H. Lindsey Harvest P. Stone Praise the Lord (N) (Live) Å F.K. Price Fontaine

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS Notice is hereby given, pursuant to 58.1-3378 of the Code of Virginia, that the Board of Supervisors of Powhatan County will conduct a public hearing on Monday, November 18, 2013, at 7:00 PM in the Powhatan County High School Auditorium, 1800 Judes Ferry Road, to consider an ordinance setting the date by which applications must be made to the Board of Equalization by property owners or lessees to appeal the assessment value of real property. Real Property values are assessed as of January 1 and applications must be made by March 31 to the Board of Equalization to appeal the assessment value of real property.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

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TRUSTEE’S SALE 2906 Janet Lane, Powhatan, VA 23139 Map/PIN 28A2-1-N-1B Pursuant to the terms of a deed of trust dated October 30, 2008, in the original principal amount of $131,288.00, recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Powhatan County, Virginia, in Deed Book 757, Page 259, the property briefly described below will be offered for sale at public auction: That certain parcel situated on the eastern line of Janet Lane, containing 1.12 ac +/-, measuring 137.5’ x 355.35’ +/-, and as more particularly described by metes & bounds in the referenced deed of trust. The sale will take place on NOVEMBER 22, 2013, AT 5:00 P.M., at the front entrance to the building housing the Circuit Court of Powhatan County, located at 3880 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, VA. The property and the improvements thereon will be sold "AS IS" and without representation or warranties of any kind. The sale is subject to all liens, encumbrances, conditions, easements and restrictions, if any, superior to the mentioned deed of trust and lawfully affecting the property. Terms: A deposit in the form of CERTIFIED FUNDS in the amount of $12,000.00 or 10% of the successful bid, whichever is lower, is required of any bidder at the time of sale. Closing within fifteen (15) days of sale. Time is of the essence. Additional terms will be announced at sale. Purchaser to pay all closing costs. Sale subject to seller confirmation. Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, we advise you that this firm is a debt collector attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein, and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose.

RURAL ZONING DISTRICTS: CHANGE IN DESIGNATIONS AND PERMITTED USES; AND AMENDMENTS TO ARTICLE VII (USE STANDARDS) Notice is also hereby given, pursuant to § 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, that the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors will thereafter conduct a Public Hearing on Monday, November 18, 2013, at 7:00 PM in the Powhatan County High School Auditorium, 1800 Judes Ferry Road, to consider, act upon, and adopt the following proposed ordinance amendments:

RE-DESIGNATION OF FOUR (4) RURAL ZONING DISTRICTS (A-1, RR, A-2 AND R-5) AND THE DELETION OF ZONING DISTRICT R-7; AND THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE VII (USE STANDARDS) REGARDING TIME LIMITATIONS FOR CERTAIN TEMPORARY STRUCTURES None of the referenced changes will affect current lot sizes, structures or uses of parcels zoned A-1, A-2, RR, R-5 or R-7, but future uses will be affected. THE FOLLOWING SUPERVISORS:

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Agricultural (A-1). The A-1 Zoning District will be re-designated as the Agricultural-10 (A-10) Zoning District, and all parcels currently zoned A-1 will be reclassified as A-10.The A-10 District has a minimum lot size of 10 acres.This amendment sets forth lists and provisions for permitted, conditionally permitted (CUP), accessory and temporary uses and structures within the A-10 District. Differences between the current A-1 District and the proposed A-10 District are noted below. The following uses/structures permitted under A-1 will now need a conditional use permit (CUP): colleges; museums; recreation facility (public); recreation facility (nonprofit); adult or juvenile jails, detention facilities, or correctional facilities operated or owned by local or regional governmental entities, and located within or surrounded by existing state correctional facilities; and winery.

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The following uses/structures conditionally permitted under A-1 with a CUP will now be permitted by right: other governmental structures/ use; one roadside stand per agricultural unit; second dwelling unit on a lot (accessory dwelling unit – detached, temporary family health care structure); accessory apartments; electric transmission facilities, petroleum product pipe lines, and other similar uses or structures; sawmills (portable); taxidermy shop; and farm and agricultural equipment repair shop. The following uses/structures permitted by right or with a CUP under A-1 will be deleted: group home; libraries; portable sawmill on temporary basis for off-site cut timber; turkey shoots; wood and stump recycling business; adult homes; commercial landscaping operation; custom meat processing facility; restaurants and inns; and kennel, private (as primary use).

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The following additional uses/structures will be permitted under A-10 by right or with a CUP: farm worker housing (CUP); manufactured home park (CUP); assisted living facility (CUP); continuing care retirement community (CUP); hospice facility (CUP); rooming or boarding house (CUP); telecommunications facility, collocated; community center (CUP); adult day care center; child day care center; vocational or trade school (CUP);courthouse facility;fire training facility (CUP);government maintenance,storage,or distribution facility;law enforcement facility; post office; nursing home (CUP); community garden; halfway house (CUP); shelter for victims of domestic abuse (CUP); solar energy farm (CUP); animal grooming, as primary use (CUP); animal shelter (CUP); pound (CUP); conference or training center (CUP); marina, commercial (CUP); marina, noncommercial; art gallery (CUP); auction facility (CUP); campground/recreational vehicle park (CUP); asphalt or concrete plant (CUP); brewery or distillery (CUP); micro brewery or micro distillery (CUP); and convenience center, county (CUP). Intensive Animal Confinement (A-2). The A-2 Zoning District will be re-designated as the Agricultural Intensive (A-I) Zoning District, and all parcels currently zoned A-2 will be reclassified as A-I. This amendment sets forth lists and provisions for permitted, conditionally permitted (CUP), accessory and temporary uses and structures within the A-I District. Differences between the current A-2 District and the proposed A-I District are noted below. The following uses/structures conditionally permitted under A-2 with a CUP will now be permitted by right: farmers’ market The following uses/structures permitted by right or with a CUP under A-2 will be deleted: portable sawmill on a temporary basis for off-site cut timber; turkey shoots; wood and stump recycling business; commercial landscaping operation; and custom meat processing facility. The following additional uses/structures will be permitted under A-I by right or with a CUP: horse racetrack or show grounds; dwelling (manufactured home); dwelling (single-family detached); telecommunications facility, collocated; park or greenway; utility use, minor; marina, noncommercial; recreation facility, nonprofit; recreation facility, public; livestock market (CUP); farm worker housing (CUP); telecommunications tower (CUP); community center (CUP); cemetery (CUP); airport (CUP); airstrip (CUP); helicopter landing facility (CUP); utility use, major (CUP); animal shelter (CUP); pound (CUP); kennel, commercial (CUP); veterinary clinic (CUP); and shooting range, commercial (CUP). Rural Residential (RR). The RR Zoning District will be consolidated into the Agricultural-10 (A-10) Zoning District. The A-10 District has a minimum lot size of 10 acres. All parcels currently zoned RR will be reclassified as A-10, and will be governed by the lists and provisions for permitted, conditionally permitted (CUP), accessory and temporary uses and structures within the A-10 District. Differences between the current RR District and the proposed A-10 District are noted below. The following uses/structures permitted under RR will now need a conditional use permit (CUP): colleges; museums; recreation facility, public; recreation facility, nonprofit (to serve residences of and preserved and maintained by a homeowners association and/or a conservation easement); Adult or juvenile jails, detention facilities, or correctional facilities operated or owned by local or regional governmental entities, and located within or surrounded by existing state correctional facilities; and winery. The following uses/structures conditionally permitted under RR with a CUP will now be permitted by right: other governmental structures/ use; second dwelling unit on a lot (accessory dwelling unit – detached, temporary family health care structure); accessory apartment; electric transmission facilities, petroleum product pipe lines, and other similar uses or structures; manufactured/mobile home; amateur radio tower not to exceed 200 feet in height; and kennel, private (as accessory use). The following uses/structures permitted by right or with a CUP under RR will be deleted: group home; libraries; adult home; and kennel, private (as primary use). The following additional uses/structures will be permitted under A-10 by right or with a CUP: farm worker housing (CUP); manufactured home park (CUP); assisted living facility (CUP); continuing care retirement community (CUP); hospice facility (CUP); rooming or boarding house (CUP); telecommunications facility, collocated; community center (CUP); adult day care center; child day care center; vocational or trade school (CUP);courthouse facility;fire training facility (CUP);government maintenance,storage,or distribution facility;law enforcement facility; post office; nursing home (CUP); community garden; halfway house (CUP); shelter for victims of domestic abuse (CUP); solar energy farm (CUP); animal grooming, as primary use (CUP); animal shelter (CUP); pound (CUP); conference or training center (CUP); marina, commercial (CUP); marina, noncommercial; art gallery (CUP); auction facility (CUP); campground/recreational vehicle park (CUP); asphalt or concrete plant (CUP); brewery or distillery (CUP); micro brewery or micro distillery (CUP); and convenience center, county (CUP). Single-Family Residential R-5 (R-5). The R-5 Zoning District will be re-designated as the Rural Residential-5 (RR-5) Zoning District, and all parcels currently zoned R-5 will be reclassified as RR-5. The RR-5 District has a minimum lot size of 5 acres. This amendment sets forth lists and provisions for permitted, conditionally permitted (CUP), accessory and temporary uses and structures within the RR-5 District. Differences between the current R-5 District and the proposed RR-5 District are noted below The following uses/structures permitted under R-5 will now need a conditional use permit (CUP): churches and other places of worship; recreational facilities such as swimming pools, tennis courts, and clubhouses to serve the residences of this district to be preserved and maintained by a homeowners association and/or conservation easement as appropriate; crop production, farm winery, horse boarding and equestrian training.

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The following uses/structures conditionally permitted under R-5 with a CUP will now be permitted by right: electric transmission facilities, pipelines, and other similar uses or structures; second dwelling unit on a lot (accessory dwelling unit – detached, temporary family health care structure); accessory apartment; amateur radio towers not to exceed 200 feet in height; and kennel, private (as accessory use). The following uses/structures permitted by right or with a CUP under R-5 will be deleted: libraries; group home; colleges; museums; private garages; storage sheds for lawn and garden tools; accessory apartments which exceed 35% of the gross floor area of the single-family dwelling to which they are accessory; kennel, private (as primary use). The following additional uses/structures will be permitted under RR-5 by right or with a CUP: forestry and logging; telecommunications facility, collocated; community garden; marina, noncommercial; rooming or boarding house (CUP); community center (CUP); fire or EMS station (CUP); cemetery (CUP); utility use, major (CUP); country club (CUP); golf course (CUP); and recreation facility, public (CUP). THE FOLLOWING DELETION OF A RURAL ZONING DISTRICT IS BEING CONSIDERED FOR RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:

Single-Family Residential R-7 (R-7). The R-7 Zoning District provisions will be consolidated with the provisions of the current R-5 Zoning District, as it is transitioned into the Rural Residential-5 (RR-5) Zoning District. There are no parcels within the county that are zoned R-7, therefore the deletion of the R-7 Zoning District will not affect any parcel within the county. ALSO UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR APPROVAL ARE THE FOLLOWING: An amendment of Article VII (Use Standards), Section 83-445(I) to revise the timeframe in which a temporary family health care structure must be removed, from 30 days to 60 days, to comply with the 2013 General Assembly revision to Va. Code § 15.2-2292.1; and

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Cumberland residents want politicians to work together in wake of recent election By Ben Orcutt News Editor

Cumberland County residents Ingrid Francis and Betty Fanelli believe that it is possible for Republicans and Democrats in Washington, D.C. to get along, just as they try to do with their friends and neighbors in Cumberland. A retired state employee, 74-year-old Francis has lived in Cumberland for about 40 years and is a lifelong Republican. While she’s not certain if some of her friends are Democrats, she suspects that some are. “I’m sure,” she said. “I just don’t ask whether they’re Republican or Democrat.” People with different party loyalties seem to be able to get along at the local level, but Francis said she is concerned about the logjam in Washington between Republicans and Democrats. “What troubles me the most is it’s politics,” she said. “It’s just, they’re not looking at people. They’re just looking for furthering their party or whatever their goals are than looking at the goals of the people.” The politicians in Washington need to “stop fighting,” Francis said, and the best way to send a message to them to change is “by voting I guess,” she said. Francis responded with conviction when

like [the] Berlin Wall going down,” Fanelli said. “Anything is possible and I still have hopes for our country and I think there are good people in Washington who really want to do a good job but they get bogged down with all the infighting. It keeps them back.” Also like Francis, Fanelli said she has been exercising her right to vote her entire life. “Oh yeah,” she said. “I was so excited to vote. PHOTO BY BEN ORCUTT Looking back it took us Cumberland County residents Ingrid Francis, left, a lifelong Republican, a long time for the and Betty Fanelli, a lifelong Democrat, say they believe politicians in women to get the vote Washington, D.C. should be able to work together for the common and for us not to use it is good of all Americans. a crime. We are so blessed and so lucky and asked what traits she A lifelong Democrat, dragging their feet, compared to other believes politicians 84-year-old Fanelli is a delaying, fighting with countries I don’t think should have. retired special education each other constantly and some people realize and “Honesty and belief teacher and has been a not really taking care of they take it for granted in Christian values permanent resident of issues. what a gift we have of because I believe that the Cumberland for about “I’d like them to put our freedom and indeLord is in control and seven years, she said. the country and the pendence. And if we that he knows what’s best “Most of my neighpeople first and their own don’t use it and tell our for us and if we’re not bors are Republicans,” political programs and representative what we seeking him we’re in she said. “Everybody in wishes aside – that want and who we want trouble,” she said. my church is. We just they’re just promoting in there, then it’s our But, there is hope, don’t talk about politics their own political party fault if things are falling Francis said. much. My family is and not caring about apart.” “Yeah,” she said. ‘If Democrat.” what’s going on in the Walking out of the we’re seeking God he However, Fanelli said country and it’s really voting booth after casting will show us the way she shares a lot in taken a toll on everya ballot gives her a sense out.” common with her thing. Where we stand in of pride, Fanelli said. As far as she knows, Republican friends. the world even, it’s been “I’m proud,” she said. she’s voted in every “Basically we agree lowered since our “I feel I did my duty, that election that she was on what needs to be done government is arguing.” I’m being a good citizen eligible to cast a ballot and what isn’t being Like Francis, Fanelli and that I stood up for and exercising that right done,” she said. “One of said she has confidence what I wanted and I took is a source of pride for my neighbors is one of that the people will find a the trouble to come out her, Francis said. the supervisors of the way to work together for and vote and make it “That I am able to county here and we all the good of all Ameriknown and if I don’t, I state my opinion by agree on the needs and cans. can’t complain.” voting,” she said. “That’s what people need and “I’m hopeful because Contact Ben Orcutt at the only way everybody what they want and we’re I think people are borcutt@powhatantoday. knows where we stand is equally unhappy with the resilient and I think com or at (804) 598by voting for people.” government shutdown or things have happened 4305 or (804) 363-1577.

Republicans to nominate clerk candidate Contributed Report The Powhatan Republican Party will nominate a candidate Thursday night to carry the Republican banner into the special election for Clerk of the Circuit Court. The special election will be held February 4 to fill the unexpired term of William E. Maxey Jr. following his resignation from office. Two candidates have filed for the Republican nomination – Teresa Dobbins and Tim Gresham. The Republican Mass Meeting is scheduled to begin at 7 p. m. at the Rescue Squad Building in the Courthouse Village. The meeting is open to the public. Registered voters who live in Powhatan are eligible to vote at the mass meeting if they declare agreement with the principle of the Republican Party and agree to support the Party’s nominee for Clerk of the Court. Participants will be required to sign a statement declaring their intentions to support the nominee. Candidates Dobbins and Gresham were required to sign a statement declaring their support of the winning candidate, as well. The mass meeting will essentially eliminate one of the two candidates from the field.

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