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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of William Richter

Vol. XXVII No. 14

April 2, 2014

Supervisors consider school maintenance savings fund By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

Supervisors get first peek at $57 million capital plan PHOTO BY JODI DEAL

The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors recently discussed the county’s capital plans. Shown are, from left, community development director March Altman, supervisor Jason Moore, county administrator Pat Weiler and supervisors Barry Hodge, Bill Melton and Carson Tucker.

By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

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he Powhatan County Board of Supervisors got its first look on Monday, March 24, at County Administrator Pat Weiler’s proposed five-year Capital Improvement Plan, which provides a roadmap for which major projects the county can afford and how those

projects might be funded. Weiler told the supervisors that her proposed plan, which lays out $57 million worth of work, is fiscally constrained from the original wish list of projects presented to the county’s Planning Commission earlier this year to fit within the county’s ability to take on debt and pay it down. Only projects that cost at least $50,000 are included in

Powhatan County’s CIP, and the plan does not include items like technological equipment, maintenance on facilities and grounds or vehicles for fire, rescue, emergency medical services, the sheriff’s department or county administrative officials. This year, Weiler worked up a list of those needs, too, in hopes of giving the see PLAN page 4A

As members of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors faced a Capital Improvement Plan with about $57 million in proposed projects alongside $13 million more in maintenance and vehicle needs, they also mulled a request from the Powhatan County School Board to set aside money to fund its own improvement projects and maintenance. In December 2013, the School Board approved a resolution formally calling for the Board of Supervisors to allow the school division to roll all surplus money left

over at the end of a budget year into a special School Capital Reserve Fund. In its resolution, the School Board asked for that money to be earmarked only for major facility needs like renovations, heating systems and roofs, or equipment like buses, vehicles and major textbook replacements. The county has its own Capital Reserve Fund fed by budget surpluses. Currently, money left over from school operations at the end of the year rolls back into the county’s general fund. The Board of Supervisors has the final say over the see SAVINGS page 8A

PHOTO BY JODI DEAL

Powhatan County School Board members Valarie Ayers, left, and chairman Rick Cole, right, listen as Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools, provides an update on capital project funding. He was reporting on a Monday, March 24, meeting of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors.

Pocahontas Middle recognized for cancer fundraising Debbie Bridwell, left, of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, was on hand at a recent Powhatan County School Board meeting to present Pocahontas Middle School with a plaque for outstanding performance in the Pasta for Pennies fundraising effort. Receiving the plaque are, from left, teacher Lynn Stephens, Jacob and Morgan Casteel, assistant principal Martha Powers and principal Lynn Clayton-Prince. SEE STORY PAGE 2 PHOTO PROVIDED BY MICHELE WILSON

Supervisors weigh merits of War Memorial Building proposal By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

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urt Nellis and a band of Powhatan County citizens aim to “polish a diamond in the rough,” turning the county’s aging War Memorial Building into a cultural arts center that would host regular community theater productions, classes, speeches, meetings, dances and parties. A year after he and other members from the War Memorial Cultural Arts and Community Center Board of Directors officially offered to take the building off the county’s hands in April 2013, county officials are considering whether

giving the nonprofit group the building is a good idea and, if so, how the arrangement could work. It all started in February 2013 with a Powhatan County Board of Supervisors’ discussion on the cost of maintaining and operating the building, along with looming costs for major renovations, including a roof replacement. After hearing an update on the building’s needs, including a new roof, the supervisors asked county staff to prepare a presentation on options for what to do with the building. Since then, county staff has revisited the matter with the board in April 2013, January 2014 and, most

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recently, in a March 5 meeting. In January and again in March, staff, including director of community development March Altman and county administrator Pat Weiler, have recommended that the board lease or sell the building to a nonprofit organization at no cost to the county. On March 5, after reviewing options that have included tearing the building down, leaving it as it is or selling it for private development, supervisors asked counsel for a closer examination of possible legal ramifications of giving the building to Nellis’ group, and what

PHOTO BY ROSLYN RYAN

A group of citizens hopes to turn the War Memorial

see MEMORIAL page 7A Building into a community and cultural arts center.

Sports

Index

B1 Community rallies around Nathan Martin once again

Obituaries Opinion Calendar Crossword Horoscope TV Listings Classified

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O B I T UA R I E S

Pocahontas Middle recognized for cancer fundraising

Tracy Carlisle CARLISLE, Tracy Barnes, 48, loving wife and mother, passed this life on March 17. May she forever find peace. Born in New York City and raised in Goochland County, she was preceded in death by her father, Kenneth Barnes. Tracy is survived by her husband of more than 18 years, Michael Carlisle; and son, Lucas; mother, Loretta; and stepfather, Anthony DePaul of Goochland; brothers, John Barnes of Novi, Mich. and Anthony DePaul Jr. of Powhatan; their families and many, many friends from home, the banking community, school and youth sports. In lieu of services, friends were invited to visit with the family in celebration of Tracy’s life at the Colonies Swim & Tennis Club, 2801 Causeway Drive, Henrico, on March 29. A fund has been established in Tracy’s memory to help with college and other future family expenses. Contributions can be made at any Union First Market Bank branch. Checks should be made payable to the Tracy Carlisle Memorial Fund.

Ernest Clements CLEMENTS, Ernest Linwood “Son-Sonny,” 87, of Mechanicsville, Va., passed away Tuesday, March 25, 2014. Son was preceded in death by his loving wife, Dorothy; his parents, Willis and Mabel; his brothers, David, Herbert and Charles T.; his sisters, Frances, Marilou and Christine; his daughter, Gracie McGhee; and his grandson, Raymond Wilson. He is survived by his loving companion, Dottie; a sister, Evelyn Papa; children, Darlene Bowen (Ronnie), Joseph Doane (Linda), Melanie Harris (Larry), Carole Raikes (Robert), Janice Lanthrip (Rogers) and Mandy Smithwick (Joel); grandchildren, Terry, Cindy, Bryan, Mark, Woody, Darcey; and numerous greatgrandchildren, nieces and nephews. Son was born in Powhatan, Va., May 29, 1926, where he helped to work the family farm. He joined the U.S. Marine Corps and served in WWII as a corporal from 1944 to 1946. When he left the Marines, he worked for DuPont. After leaving DuPont, Son became a master welder and went to work for RECO (Richmond Engineering Company) until retirement. He then worked for General Sheet Metal Works and ran his own welding shop from his home. The family received friends on March 26 and 27 at Bliley’s-Staples Mill, 8510 Staples Mill Rd., where services were held on March 28. Interment Signal Hill Memorial Park. Donations may be given to Wounded Warriors, in lieu of flowers.

Arrest made in homicide Contributed Report A suspect has been arrested and charged in the death of a Henrico County man whose body was found in Powhatan County. Juan Carlos Ayala Rivas, 29, was captured on March 21 in Chesterfield County and charged with first degree murder, abduction, arson and grand larceny in the death of Jaime Cruz Avila. On Feb. 6, a burned-out vehicle was found at the Watkins Boat Landing in Powhatan County. According to Powhatan County Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Beasley, it was determined that Avi-

la’s burned remains were located inside the vehicle. The Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office has been working with the Henrico County Police Division. Beasley and Anne Reynolds, a crime analyst in the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office, said the arrest came as the result of a joint effort between the Henrico County Police Division, the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office, the Chesterfield County Police Department, the U. S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force, and the Richmond City Police Department. Rivas was being lodged in the Powhatan Correctional Center.

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families. The classroom that raises the most money is rewarded with a luncheon from Olive Garden, which Richmond Suburban News sponsors the fundraiser. Pocahontas Middle School has a special reason to be “Every year, they have ranked among the top fundinterested in the Pasta for Pennies fundraising pro- raisers in the state,” Bridwell said. She added that last gram. year, even though the school collected a Debbie Bridwell of the local chapter whopping $7,411, it was knocked to secof the Leukemia and Lymphoma Sociond spot by a school that collected more. ety, the beneficiary of the fundraiser, “Every year, they That said, Bridwell noted that the victoriappeared at a March 11 Powhatan ous school had more than 1,400 students have ranked County School Board meeting to offer in grades kindergarten through eighth. the middle school, which has raised little school, two grades, 700 among the top kids,“This $37,727 for the program since 2007, a and they were only beat by about pat on the back. $600,” Bridwell said. fundraisers in Pocahontas Middle lost a beloved The Leukemia and Lymphoma Sociteacher, Amy Casteel, to an acute form ety is sponsoring two Virginia researchers the state.” of leukemia in 2010, Bridwell said. who are working on cancer treatments, That same year, one of the school’s stuincluding Dr. Steven Grant at VCU’s Debbie Bridwell dents, Rebecca Maupin, received the Massey Cancer Center, Bridwell said. Local Leukemia and same diagnosis. “Once unimaginable new treatments “Although she fought bravely and are being developed and brought to marLymphoma Society gracefully, she eventually lost her batket more frequently than ever,” Bridwell representative tle,” Bridwell said. said. Casteel’s son and daughter, Morgan The school’s annual Pasta for Pennies and Jacob, were on hand to receive a campaign is underway. Donations of coins, plaque honoring the school, along with teacher Lynn bills and checks made out to the Leukemia and LymStephens, who oversees the fundraiser, principal Lynn phoma Society will be accepted at the school through Clayton-Prince and assistant principal Martha Powers, Tuesday, April 15. for its dedicated participation. For more information, call the school at 804-598Through the Pastas for Pennies campaign, students 5720. collect as much change as they can to donate toward Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Locancer research and the support of patients and their cal and The King William Local.

Earth Day recycling event set for April 5 PHS sponsors Contributed Report County residency and identifiFlea Market cation may be required. Residents Powhatan County residents are invited to celebrate Earth Day with a free recycling event. The community is asked to do their part to clean up Powhatan by bringing old and discarded tires, appliances and electronics for recycling. The Powhatan Anti-Litter Council will sponsor the event from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 5, at the Powhatan Fairgrounds on Route 60. Along with the recycling, residents may get rid of old documents confidentially and safely by bringing them to the event for free shredding. A 10-tire limit per resident, or household, will be enforced. Only standard car and small truck tires will be accepted. They must be off the rims and trash must be removed. No commercial business dropoffs will be allowed. Appliance items such as dishwashers, hot water heaters, stoves, air conditioners, refrigerators, washer/dryers and freezers will be accepted. Freon will be removed free of charge. Mercury switches also will be recycled.

should be prepared to unload their own items at the drop-off site. Electronics recycling (e-cycling) will also be offered again this year. Items accepted free of charge include: computer systems (hard drive, CPU and monitor), computer accessories (cables, wires, keyboards, mice and speakers), printers, scanners, copiers, fax machines, VCRs and camcorders, stereos and microwaves. Fees are charged to recycle TVs — $7 per television. This fee is charged because they require special handling due to the leaded glass and mercury contained. Payment is accepted by cash or check. This event will take place at the Powhatan Fairgrounds at 4042 Anderson Highway. Paper shredding is being provided by EnTrust Records Management. The Powhatan Earth Day Celebration will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, on the Courthouse Green in the Village. For more information, contact the Powhatan Extension Office at 804-598-5640.

Contributed Report The Powhatan High School PTO will sponsor a Community Spring Flea Market, Craft and Antique Show from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 5, at the school at 1800 Judes Ferry Road in Powhatan. The rain date is April 12. Set-up will begin at 5:30 a.m. Vehicles must be removed by 6:40 a.m. All flea market, craft and antique items will be outside. No sales of food, drinks, firearms, weapons or animals are allowed. It is a smoke-free area. Those attending, as well as those participating, are advised not to bring pets. PHS conduct rules will apply. Proceeds from the event will go toward scholarships for Powhatan High School seniors. For more information, call 804-598-5678 or email joann. pearman@powhatan.k12. va.us.

Sister Elena to speak at Garden Club meeting Contributed Report The Powhatan Garden Club will meet at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, at St. John Neumann Church. Sister Elena Henderson, SBS, RN, LCSW,

Ministry Outreach liaison for St. Francis Medical Center, will be the keynote speaker. She will address “Meadows, Pollinators and Habitat.” She also serves as a director on the management team at FrancisEm-

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ma, on the board of the Free Clinic of Powhatan and the James River Advisory Council. Sister Elena is a James River Master Naturalist, a River Rat and makes her home at Belmead. Her ministries before arriving in Powhatan

represent her credentials as a professed nun, nurse and licensed clinical social worker. Refreshments will be served at 7 p.m., with the meeting following at 7:30 p.m. The meeting is open to all members of the community. Celebrating

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Huguenot Ruritan Club presents Powhatan Volunteer Citizen of 2013 Award to Cindy Harris Contributed Report

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indy Harris, a Powhatan High School teacher and an active community volunteer, was selected for this annual award by the Huguenot Ruritan Club. Tom Grasty, club president, presented Harris with a plaque recognizing her service to the community and to Powhatan’s youth. Guest speaker for the program was Bobby Fulcher, 2012 Volunteer Citizen of the Year. Harris’ nomination reads: “She has dedicated her life to helping other people without bringing any attention to herself or looking for anything in return. She commits her time and labor to her community while excelling as a teacher at PHS. She is also nominated because of the huge positive impact she has made on Powhatan’s youth.” Among her volunteer

activities at PHS are: faculty advisor for the Interact Club (a high school service club), which organizes and carries out many activities and events that help students and needy citizens in the community. She and the PHS Interact Club won the “Most Active Interact Club” in the Mid-Atlantic Region. She also participates in the SOL (Standards of Learning) Remediation program and is Girl’s Basketball Team academic advisor. Other nominees for the 2013 Volunteer Citizen Award were: Jake Berman, Martha Konvicka, Rich Napier, Jim Williams and Karen Ylimaki. In addition to the plaque, The Huguenot Ruritan Club and The New Horizon Bank each donated $100 to the charitable organizations of Harris; choice. She selected Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center and St. FrancisEmma/Belmead.

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Contributed Report The Powhatan Extension Leadership Council will be selling pork loins to raise funds for its upcoming volunteer recognition event. The pork will be cooked by ELC member Johns Bailey. Pre-orders only will be taken by the Powhatan Extension Office until 5 p.m. on Monday, April 14. The pork will be available for pick up from 3 to 6 p.m. on Friday, April 18, at the Red Lane Baptist Church in Powhatan. Prices are: Half pork loin (feeds about 10 people) $20. Whole pork loin (feeds about 20 people) $38. Payment may be may at time of order or when picking up. For more information, or to place an order, call the Powhatan Extension Office at 804-598-5640 or email http://offices.ext.vt. edu/powhatan/.

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board a broader look at the needs ahead. Those items totaled more than $13 million over the next five years. “That’s frightening — $13 million just to paint buildings, keep roofs on and keep buses going,” Board of Supervisors chairman Carson Tucker said. “These are things we don’t normally think of as capital projects, but if we don’t do fire engines, the whole system can crash.” Weiler noted that a

major schools request — the construction of a new bus garage, including the purchase of land for the new facility — has been deferred, as has a proposed renovation or replacement of Powhatan Junior High School. The bus garage and maintenance shop project is expected to cost $5.8 million, while replacing Powhatan Junior High School would cost an estimated $38.5 million. However, Weiler pointed out, one major item in the proposed CIP — a $7 million upgrade

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To pay for not only projects included in the proposed plan, but additional projects in the future, Weiler recommended a move she said would allow the county to pay for more projects — a two-cent increase in real estate taxes. Doing so, she added, would allow items that have been deferred to years to be added back into the plan. Weiler reminded supervisors that, due to the decline of property values in the recent real estate tax reassessment, real estate tax revenue will decline as much as if supervisors had chosen to cut the tax rate by 2.5 cents. Collecting the same amount of revenue as the current budget year would require a 92.5-cent real estate tax rate, not the current 90-cent rate, she explained. With property values assessed as they are, every cent in real estate tax rate is worth $293,000 in revenue, which means a two-cent increase would result in about $585,500. However, due to the reassessment, keeping

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Among the projects recommended for funding some time in the next five years are:  Radio system replacement. Powhatan County’s Public Safety communications system used by sheriff’s deputies, firefighters, emergency medical services, emergency management and dispatchers hasn’t been replaced since 20022003. Some components of the system are obsolete, while the system is nearing the end of its service life, after which parts and service won’t be available. In a justification for the project, the Sheriff’s Department noted that a new system will help eliminate coverage dead spots in the county and improve communications with neighboring jurisdictions. An initial study is recommended in 2015, for a cost of $90,000, followed by a $7 million system replacement in 2017.  Firehouse station improvements. About $1.3 million in proposed repairs at Fire Station 1 are included in 2017, but $1.3 million more are deferred beyond the current CIP. Priority improvements include a diesel exhaust system to remove fumes and replacement of bay doors. Other proposed improvements include expansions and improvements of living space, the kitchen and restrooms. Meanwhile, $760,000 is included in the plan for an expansion at Fire Station 5.  Human Services building facelift. Bricks and other features in the aging Human Services Building are crumbling, and portions of the facade are in danger of possible collapse. In 2015, $250,000 is set aside to design and complete repairs to the building. see PLAN page 5A

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

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ed, counties can incur debt up to 10 percent of the assessed value of property within them. “We’re nowhere near that,” Moore said. “By state law, you could have a lot more,” Weiler added. “When you say the credit card’s maxed out, it’s only maxed out by board policy.” When the county has surplus funds, part of those are squirreled away into a capital maintenance fund. Right now, that fund contains about $1.9 million, Weiler said. The county also maintains a fund balance of 15 percent of its operating expenses. Detailed discussion of the CIP was set to resume at a workshop meeting set for 5 p.m. on Monday, March 31, which was underway at press time.

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plan is likely to identify additional needed water and wastewater projects, she said. No utility projects are included in the current plan. Jones noted that the school division is undertaking a facilities study to determine the future building needs of county schools. District 3 supervisor Barry Hodge said issues are building up, and need to be addressed. “In previous years, the CIP was just a football — you just kept punting it,” Hodge said. “You can’t keep punting it. Ultimately, you have to make a decision.” Right now, Weiler told the board, the county has about $83 million in outstanding debt. A Powhatan County policy constrains debt by limiting supervisors to keeping debt down to a

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level that results in annual debt service payments of 12 percent of the county’s total revenues, or $8.4 million. As current debt is retired, new debt can be taken on. Increasing the revenue would slightly raise the amount of debt service the county can accommodate. When asked by Hodge if carrying the maximum debt limit is akin to “maxing out the credit card,” Weiler pointed out that is only the case if one assumes revenues will never grow. District 2 supervisor Jason Moore pointed out that the county’s debt policy is self-imposed. Under state law, he add-

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taxes where they are would result in a net loss of $220,000 when increased value from new construction is taken into account. “At 92 cents you would still have an effective decrease,” Weiler said. “I would propose that you go up two cents, because it is needed in the future.” Supervisors could adopt a policy setting the revenue generated by the increase aside only for capital costs — not dayto-day operations, she added. Weiler also pointed out that a study of the county’s public utilities is underway and should be finished by August. That

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of the county’s radio systems for police, fire and EMS — can’t be avoided because the current system will soon become obsolete. “We can’t afford a bus garage and the radio upgrades,” Weiler said. “I’m sorry, I had to go with the radio system for public safety, but both are very, very much needed.” Supervisors suggested that Weiler and Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools, continue talks on a temporary alternative solution for the bus garage issue, such as relocating to a soon-to-be vacated car dealership near Sheetz on Route 30.

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 Village area parking lots. The Board of Supervisors had already allocated $60,000 to pave a parking lot adjacent to the Village Building in the current fiscal year. An additional $207,000 is proposed in the 2015 fiscal year to address other paving, lighting, sidewalk, erosion, parking and accessibility issues in the area of both the Village Building and the Human Services building.  Roofs. A total of $369,000 in roof replacements is proposed to span 2016, 2017 and 2018 in the plan, first at the courthouse, then the Village Building, then the administration building.  Heating, ventilation and cooling systems. Aging HVAC systems throughout the county’s properties are due for replacement. Between $68,000 and $230,000 are set aside in each year of the plan for that task, for a total of $623,000.  School project. The only school request included in the proposed plan was a $800,000 roof replacement at Powhatan Middle School.

OTHER CAPITAL PROGRAMS Upcoming costs included in the $13 million of capital projects that don’t meet the qualifications for the official CIP include a variety of smaller maintenance projects in county facilities, several fire, EMS, sheriff’s and county departmental vehicles, and:

dition, a total of $210,000 is included in 2015 and 2016 to pay for a replacement of outdated components of the county’s geographic information system-based Computer Aided Dispatch system.  Financial software. The plan sets $940,000 aside for the replacement of the county’s financial management systems, which handle everything from taxes and bill collection to purchase orders, accounting and payroll. The school division has expressed an interest in partnering with the county on this project rather than maintaining its own separate system.  Computers. A replacement rotation for all 134 computer units in the county’s offices is proposed, at a five-year cost of $275,000.  Website. A major overhaul of the county’s website is proposed in 2015, at a cost of $35,000.

PROJECTS DEFERRED Other projects didn’t make the cut, including:  An $8 million Public Safety Headquarters building on the Courthouse Green beside the old jail building to house the Sheriff’s Office and all other emergency functions.  A $250,000 study to identify future fire/EMS station locations.  A $4.5 million expansion of Fighting Creek Park that would include additional fields and a central concessions/press box building, along with lights, fencing, paving and road work. In addition, $500,000 requested to purchase land for future park expansions was put off.

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a copy of the book to read. Each family also received a calendar to guide them in the shared reading experience between students and family members. Can all students really experience the same book? Absolutely. Research shows that shared reading or reading a book aloud to your child or together, is extremely beneficial. Students gain a richer vocabulary, better comprehension through discussion, and build a real love of reading and life-long learning regardless of their age. As an added incentive, each morning students were asked trivia questions based on the chapters read

Last month, Powhatan Elementary School continued the successful One School One Book communitybuilding reading event. One School One Book is a reading event where every student family, staff and faculty member shares the reading experience of one book over the same period of time. It is described as “a powerful literacy event” and 2014 marked Powhatan Elementary School’s fifth year participating. As in the past, every student family at Powhatan Elementary School as well as faculty and staff, received

the previous night and prizes were awarded. Other activities also were held. The books for this year and previous years have been funded through donations from PIE Technologies Inc. of Powhatan. PIE Technologies Inc. is a local financial software development and technology company. Karla Curtis, the company’s vice president wrote, “We’re happy to fund your One School One Book program for 2014. PIE Technologies believes in being a good corporate citizen and we feel it is particularly important to support literacy among the children in our community.”

Powhatan schools seek role model preschoolers Contributed Report Powhatan County Public Schools is seeking children from the community who will be 3 or 4 years old by Sept. 30, 2014 to serve as “role models” in the Powhatan Preschool Inclusion Program. Applications for the program are now available in the offices of Pocahontas Elementary School, Powhatan Elementary School and Flat

Rock Elementary School. Powhatan County preschool classes are taught by teachers who have earned a master’s degree in early childhood development and are committed to teaching each child at their own developmental level. The classes include children who are developing typically as well as children with developmental delays. ‘Model’ children are defined as children who demonstrate typical de-

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turned in at these meetings and placed in a lottery for the 2014-2015 school year. No applications will be accepted outside of the orientation meetings. Applications will provide additional information for prospective families. Parents who have concerns about their child’s development may contact Christine Phaup at Flat Rock Elementary School at 598-5743 for a free developmental screening and more information.

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Memorial: Supervisors weigh merits of citizens’ proposal for War Memorial Building Continued from page 1A

they might be able to write into a contract to protect the building and the county’s interests if the group fails to meet its fundraising and renovation goals. “What happens if the organization defaults?� supervisors chairman Carson Tucker asked in a recent interview. The county is weighing all of the factors, including reversionary clauses that would hand the building back over to the county in the event of the community center’s failure, he explained. “We’re going to continue to discuss it, and to ask questions to make sure both sides are comfortable that all the ‘i’s’ have been dotted and ‘t’s’ have been crossed,� Tucker said. “It’s a sensitive issue, because land and buildings are very expensive and very valuable. You don’t want to lightly dispose of property that belongs to the taxpayer.� Should the county opt to enter into an agreement with the War Memorial Building Cultural Arts and Community Center group, a public hearing will be required before action can be taken. The parameters of any proposed agreement between the county and the nonprofit group will have to be agreed upon before a public hearing can be set.

About the building and options Built in 1953 as a war memorial and community center, the building was initially owned by a community entity called Powhatan County War Memorial Recreational Building, Incorporated, but was handed over to the trustees of Powhatan Masonic Lodge No. 295 in 1970. In 1981, it was deeded to the Virginia Department of Military Affairs for use as an armory, although conditions specified that the Masons would still be given access to the building for meetings and other activities free of charge. In 1999, DMA leased the building to Powhatan County, then in 2009 handed over ownership, with the requirements for the Masons intact. The building, which is 13,000 square feet, sits on a 1.8-acre plot that is surrounded by land still owned by the Masons, whose lodge is on the second story. On the first floor are a gym and assembly space, a kitchen and dining area, an evidence vault for the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office and the headquarters for the local Christmas Mother program, which is run by American Legion Post 201. Outside, the county has an impound lot for the Sheriff’s Office and a storage unit for county records and other materials, Altman told supervisors during the March 5 meeting. The county currently gets about $2,000 per year in nominal fees for various uses of the building. However, operating it costs about $21,000 per year, including $12,000 for heating oil, so the county is left to cover a $19,000 operating cost each year, Altman said. A 2005 study of the facility found that it needs anywhere from $700,000 to $1.3 mil-

lion in renovations. Restrictions in the 2009 deed require the county to provide space for the Masons until 2020, Altman pointed out. If the county maintains the status quo until 2020, it will be faced with operating costs each year and responsibility for whatever renovations and maintenance needs become critical to keep the building operational, but will avoid an estimated $195,000 cost to relocate government storage and the impound lot to another location, Altman said. Should the county opt to transfer the property to the Cultural Arts and Community Center group, it would have to relocate the impound lot and associated storage, but could leave the sheriff’s evidence vault onsite, Altman said. The county also could realize about $3,700 in tax revenue, he noted. Altman added that Community Center group has said it will agree to reversionary clauses in any possible deed or lease, to release the county from responsibility for operating and maintenance costs and to provide space for both the Masons and the American Legion, satisfying all restrictions on the existing deed. “We want to make sure this building is protected, and they as a group do, too,� Altman said. County officials talked to local developers about what they might be able to get out of selling the property, which is assessed at about $400,000, Altman added, but have been told that, because of its condition and access issues to the site, they likely wouldn’t get more than $250,000 out of it. Under that option, the county would realize the same property tax revenue, but would have to remove all county property, including the sheriff’s evidence vault, and also would have to find a new home for the Masons to satisfy deed restrictions. Tearing the building down would likely cost about $150,000, along with the cost of relocating county property. If the county chose to do so before 2020, they’d have to pay to relocate the Masons.

Community center vision Nellis told supervisors in January that he and a group of interested citizens, including representatives from Masonic Lodge 295 and American Legion Post 201, began meeting and eventually filed for incorporation with the State Corporation Commission. “This was, from the beginning, a community building,� Nellis said, adding that the group wants to see the building continue to be used for the purpose it was intended, not torn down or repurposed. “We see this as an opportunity to preserve this piece of county history, and to expand the services and opportunities that exist in our county,� Nellis said. “A community center means citizens get involved.� The group plans to raise money for a phased renovation effort, starting with simple projects like exterior painting, heating

upgrades and kitchen renovations, then move on to bigger jobs, like upgrading the stage in the gym area to be suitable for full productions and securing seating, which wouldn’t be fixed to the floor so the space would remain multi-purpose, Nellis said. “I’ve always believed when you’re eating an elephant you eat it one bite at a time,� Nellis said. “You should focus on pieces that will give you the most bang for your buck.� If the kitchen and small meeting room are renovated, the organization can start using the space for fundraisers, Nellis said. He added that the American Legion and Masons will have “a home for life,� as would the sheriff’s evidence vault. Ruth Boatwright, who also serves on the board, pointed out that donations aren’t always just money. Paint, building supplies, in-kind labor and other assistance will likely be offered. When the facility is complete, Nellis said the group envisions regular community theater productions, celebrations for patriotic holidays, wedding receptions, dances and more, which they hope will draw more people to the Village area. When asked by District 3 supervisor Barry Hodge if fundraising efforts have begun, Nellis said they haven’t. The group is

waiting to see if they can secure the building before accepting money, he added. District 4 supervisor William Melton favored the proposal. “We have people ready to do something, and we have a building sitting there worsening,� he said, adding that the Village Building, where supervisors meet, was once threatened with demolition. “This will be the hub of the county, these Village developments. This fits into the Village comprehensive plan, and it’s all a part of who we are. If we want data, let’s get the data.� When Hodge asked if information is available on similar developments, Tucker pointed to the Cultural Arts Center in Glen Allen. That effort turned an abandoned and deteriorating elementary school into a vibrant attraction for visitors, he said, adding that shows at the facility are almost always sold out. “All of those people, myself included, eat dinner on Staples Mill Road,� Tucker said. “That’s what the Village plan is supposed to be. We’re looking to draw people to this Village and keep it vibrant.� Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Local and The King William Local. She can be contacted at 804-746-1235, ext. 29, or jdeal@mechlocal.com.

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April is full of great family activities in Powhatan County, will you be attending some or all of them? What is your favorite? E-mail answers to editor@powhatantoday.com or submit them online. Visit www.powhatantoday.com to see fellow residents’ responses.

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Good vibes for spring By Melody Kinser Managing Editor

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pring is in the air and Powhatan County is coming alive with a very unique vibe. And this is literal when we get ready to enjoy the sounds and experience of Village Vibe. Thanks to the Powhatan Chamber of Commerce, the 2014 season will kick off with Fire/EMS Appreciation Night — with all Fire/EMS personnel being admitted free of charge with proper identification - on Friday, April 11, at Village Meadow at 3920 Marion Harland Drive in Powhatan. Southern Tide is scheduled to perform at the Village Vibe, which runs from 6 to 9 p.m. Admission is $5 per person, with $2 going to the sponsor’s charity of choice. RHB (Richardson|Harris|B oatwright) Insurance Agency Inc. is hosting the season opener. Those 12 and under are admitted free of charge. Family, friends, fellowship and fun bring the community together through the Chamber of Commerce and community sponsors. This is one of those “mark your calendar” events. Get into the vibe — the Village Vibe, that is.

April is a busy month here in Powhatan County. On Saturday, April 5, a Recycling Amnesty Day will be held from 8 a.m. to noon at the Powhatan Fairgrounds Building. Residents are encouraged to take advantage and bring old tires, appliances and electronics for recycling. Secure paper shredding also will be provided. The amnesty event is being presented by the Powhatan Cooperative Extension Office. Earth Day will be observed from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, on the Courthouse Green in the Village of Powhatan, with children’s activities, live music, food, free tree seedlings and educational exhibits. Rounding out the activities on the calendar will be Powhatan’s Festival of Fiber, which celebrates fiber animals, fiber farms and fiber artisans. The festival is scheduled to be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 26, at 3920 Marion Harland Lane in Powhatan. We’ve got a lot going on this month and you won’t want to miss any of these opportunities. It’s spring in Powhatan and let’s kick off the season by enjoying our family, friends and neighbors — and our home.

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appropriation of local funds for schools. At a March 24 workshop, County Administrator Pat Weiler told the supervisors that certain school projects, including a new bus garage the School Board considers urgently needed, simply didn’t make the cut in a county CIP that includes extremely needs like a replacement of the county’s public safety radio system and 911 upgrades. When Weiler brought up the School Capital Reserve Fund, board chairman Carson Tucker, District 5, said he sees it as a way to let the school division start saving money for major capital projects, like the bus garage and a proposed replacement or renovation of Powhatan Junior High School, not to address smaller maintenance needs like roofs and buses. “We’ll never get there if we use it for stopgap stuff,” Tucker said. He later added that he’d be willing to negotiate what percentage of possible school surpluses should be set aside into the fund. Board member Bill Melton, who represents District 4, said he likes the notion of encouraging the schools to save money, but needs assurance that budgets would be prudent projections of actual needs, not “fluffed up so you have a large contingency to move over into that fund.” Melton agreed that, in theory, it could incentivize savings, but said he’d be more comfortable

with agreeing to put half of any school surplus into such a fund, not the full amount. Jason Moore, who represents District 2, said he’s “not above 50-50,” but also said that he’s concerned that there’s nothing to stop future boards from taking a vote to reappropriate any funds set aside for schools to serve another purpose. That night was the first time Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools, learned that the bus garage project would be deferred in favor of other unavoidable costs, like radio replacements. The next night, at a March 25 School Board meeting, Jones gave his board the news on what projects were included, adding that supervisors seem interested in going forward with purchasing land for the bus garage with $500,000 that was appropriated in a previous budget cycle, but don’t have the money to fund construction at this time. Jones also told his board that the supervisors seem to favor a 50-50 split of school surplus money, not appropriating the full surplus into a School Capital Reserve. “I let them know I would share that information with the board,” Jones said. “My feeling after conversation with several of the board members who have been here is there would be no motivation for that if we don’t get 100 percent of the money.” Jones also reported that Weiler is recommending a 2-cent real estate tax increase to offset revenue lost by property values

Rethinking Virginia’s SOLs By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

I’m not the first voice in a chorus of Virginians who have questioned the wisdom of the current Standards of Learning tests administered to students in our state. Having covered their existence from their infancy, I’ve had personal reservations from the planning stages, and quickly realized any system designed to appease usually has serious inadequacies in practice. Back when the tests were conceived of and designed, there was a growing movement in America to test teachers for competency and merit. Of course, teachers’ unions vehemently opposed any system of testing for teachers, so legislators came up with what they considered the next best thing, testing the students. It was, by all estimations, a compromise to quiet the unions. I suppose, in theory, the reasoning could be defended. Students who did well on the tests would represent quality teachers who were doing their jobs. Conversely, schools that consistently failed would realize the problem was

with its staff of teachers. The problem is that performance in certain school districts is more complicated than a case of good and bad teachers, and no one disputes there are plenty of both in our school systems. Unreasonable expectations in challenged schools did not result in better programs for our students, but only an emphasis on how test scores could be raised. While proponents say those two occurrences are directly correlated, many experts disagree. State systems, like Virginia’s SOLs, provided the model for the national effort called No Child Left Behind. The system has failed to produce negotiable results in student achievement and has evoked loud protests that teachers are teaching to the test and not educating our children with real world 21st century skills. Over the years, the number of tests has risen to what some would consider obese numbers in Virginia, and students currently take more than 30 tests from kindergarten through 12th grade. And educators have quickly realized that schools that do not meet the expectations face public scrutiny and

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humiliation if they fall short. That has resulted in more pressure on teachers to make sure their students know the information contained on the tests. Some say that’s been accomplished at the expense of reading, writing and arithmetic. In the latest session of the Virginia General Assembly, legislators took a closer look at a growing perception that the tests are too numerous and the numbers should be reduced. Others have called for the elimination of SOLs. Either way, the writing is on the wall for a system that outgrew its usefulness almost on the day it was introduced. To many, it’s clearly a case of good riddance. Are rumblings at the Virginia General Assembly the first sign of SOL reform and eventual elimination? Not yet. With millions of dollars invested in a system less than two decades old, it’s doubtful the elimination of SOLs is right around the corner. But, addressing the number of tests and the perception that teachers are teaching to the test is a sure step in the right direction.

that went down with the last reassessment. Weiler has indicated that the extra revenue could be set aside specifically for capital projects. “I think that would allow them and us to do more and attack more of the needs we have,” Jones said. School Board chairman Rick Cole, District 1, who had previously called for supervisors to increase the tax rate to pay for requests that were not covered by the county’s draft budget proposal, including increases in school pay and extra personnel requested by county departments, said he was disappointed to hear the suggestion that extra revenue should be set aside for capital projects. District 3 school board member Valarie Ayers agreed, saying she thinks the question should be posed of the public in a referendum. “I’ve asked them to put the vote to the public — is it okay for your taxes to go up?” Ayers asked. “Do you want to support public education?” She added that a good education system makes a good county. “For me, it’s people before things,” vice chairman James Kunka, District 2, said. Cole agreed. “We’re losing some awfully good talent because of money right now,” he said. “If we’re not careful, that’s going to come back to haunt us.” Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Local and The King William Local.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR Ware showed concern for common man Dear Editor: During the last legislative session, Del. Lee Ware, R-Powhatan, showed his concern for the common man by his consistent votes against House Bill 791. That proposed law would have allowed homeowners associations to unilaterally rewrite the contracts they have with homeowners in order to impose fines on them. Surprisingly enough, a majority of legislators initially believed that this type of interference with private contract was acceptable. Without the commitment of lawmakers such as Del. Ware, Virginia homeowners would have been one step closer to being powerless. Maria Farran Alexandria

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irginia Cooperative Extension in cooperation with the Virginia Horse Industry Board and the Virginia Forage and Grassland Council will be holding the annual Southern Piedmont Equine Extravaganza on Saturday, April 5, at the Goochland campus of Reynolds Community College. Keynote speakers include Dr. Scott Pleasant and Travis Burns from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and Dr. Chris Teutsch from the Southern Piedmont AREC. Topics and demonstrations include parasite control, fecal egg counts, shoeing, hoof problems, forages, feed management, and preparing horses for participation in the sport of mounted shooting. The event will be held at 1851 Dickinson Rd. in Goochland. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the conference will take place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided. To reserve your spot

for the reduced registration fee of $10 for adults and $5 for youth under age 18, send a completed registration form and check (made payable to VFGC) to Margaret Kenny at 3599 Indian Oak Road, Crewe, VA 23930 postmarked by March 28, 2014. Participants who do not mail in registration in advance must pay $15 for adults and $10 for youth at the door. For more information about the conference, contact Rachel Grosse at the Goochland or Powhatan Extension at 804-5565872 or 804-598-5640. If you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services or other accommodations to participate in this activity, contact the Goochland Extension Office at 804556-5841/TDD*) during business hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to discuss accommodations 5 days prior to the event. *TDD number is (800) 828-1120. Extension is a joint program of Virginia Tech, Virginia State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and state and local governments.

CALENDAR Powhatan AA meets at 8 Church at 3400 Court-house Friday, April 11 p.m. every Thursday in the Rd. Richmond. Food and Family story hours are held Powhatan Village Building. drinks will be available. The The Powhatan Chamber presat 10:30 a.m. at the Powhatents 2014 Village Vibe concert public is invited to come, an Library on Monday and Powhatan Farmers Marketseries. Gates open at 6 p.m. sing along and enjoy the Roundabout Thursdays is Wednesday. Library hours for Fire & EMS Appreciation music, Christian fellowship held from 4 to 7 p.m. every are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Day with Southern Tide at and food. For more informaweek at 3835 Old BuckingWednesday and Thursday, 9 3920 Marion Harland Drive in tion call (804) 276-0479 or ham Road in the Village. a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and Powhatan. (Adjacent to the (804)598-2660. Fresh produce, beef, sea10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on SaturPowhatan Vol. Rescue Squad food, baked goods, eggs, Saturday, April 5 day. Gaming days are held grounds). Tickets are $5 and pottery, jewelry, soaps, wool, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the first kids 12 years old and under cut flowers and much more. Powhatan AA meets at 8 and third Fridays of each are free. Food and dessert For more information, check p.m. every Saturday at Manamonth. The library is closed vendors are available for food out the website at thepowkin Episcopal Church on Huon Sundays and county holipurchases. Children’s activihatanfarmersmarket.com guenot Trail. days. For more information, ties will be offered. Brown’s call (804) 598-5670. Distributing is available for alThe Powhatan Garden Club Monday, April 7 coholic beverages purchases will meet at 7 p.m. at St. John The Powhatan Lions Club with proper identification. For Neumann Church. Refresh- Library family story hours meets at 6 p.m. on the first information visit www.powments will be served at 7 (see above). The library is and fourth Wednesday of hatanchamber.org/villagep.m. and the meeting will closed on Sundays and each month at the County vibe. begin at 7:30 p.m. The precounty holidays. If you have Seat Restaurant. For more senter for April is Sister Elena any questions please call A 55 Alive Defensive Driving information, contact Mike Henderson, SBS, RN, LCSW. (804) 598-5670. Jones at (804) 794-1440. Course for seniors will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Friday, April 4 Tuesday, April 8 Graceland Baptist Church (975 Thursday, April 3 Dorset Road) in Powhatan. The Powhatan County Fair Gospel singing takes place The Chrysalis Writers Group For more information, or to every first Friday night of meets the first and third Association meetings are reserve your space call Lou each month at Shiloh P.H. Tuesdays of the month at 5 held at 7 p.m. on the first Gregory at (804) 598-4434. Church at 3400 Court-house p.m. in the small meeting Thursday of the month at Rd. in Richmond. Food and room of the Powhatan Tuesday, April 15 the Powhatan Fairgrounds drinks will be available. For County Library. For more inat 4042 Anderson Hwy. in more information, call (804) formation, call 598-1795. Powhatan. For more inforAn Alzheimer’s Association 276-0479 or (804)598-2660. mation, visit www.powhattraining class in the Living AA meets at 8 p.m. every anfair.org with Alzheimer’s and DeTuesday at St. Luke’s EpiscoFish Fry Fridays will be held mentia: The Moderate Stage from 5 to 7 p.m. every Friday pal Church on Huguenot The Powhatan Rotary Club Series — for Caregivers, “Dethrough April 11 at SJN CathTrail. meets at 7:30 a.m. every cisions and Making Choices,” olic Church located at 2489 Thursday at the County Seat will be held from 1:30 to 3 Batterson Road in Powhat- BINGO is held at the PowRestaurant. p.m. at the Powhatan Counhatan Moose Lodge every an. ty Library at 2270 Mann Tuesday. Games start at 7 p. Awaken to Hope Al-Anon Road in Powhatan. Advance m. For more information call meets at 7:30 p.m. every Gospel singing takes place registration is required by every first Friday night of (804)598-2809. Thursday at St. John Neucalling 804-967-2580. each month at Shiloh P.H. mann Catholic Church.

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T H E N AT H A N M A RT I N S TO RY Powhatan rallies to support young Nathan Martin, the victim of a near-fatal brain injury By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Eight-year-old Nathan Martin has always loved baseball. According to his mother Krista, he was always the kid “throwing the baseball in the snow,” eagerly awaiting the warm weather to return so he could get back out on the diamond and compete with his friends. But Nathan, a third grade student at Pocahontas Elementary, hasn’t played in a game in almost two years. His involuntary hiatus from his favorite pastime stems from an incident involving a seemingly innocent toy from MagiQuest. In September 2012, a then-6-year-old Martin was romping around the house when his foot got tangled in the pant leg of his pajama pants As he fell, he came down facefirst on the MagiQuest wand he was carrying, leaving a near-perfect circle around his eye.

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Eight-year-old Nathan Martin was diagnosed with traumatic brain injury, post-concussion syndrome and post-traumatic stress disorder after hitting his head in two separate instances during the fall of 2012.

Krista, who knows first-aid and CPR, immediately realized Nathan had a concussion. A trip to the emergency room

“They say when you injure your brain it’s like taking a snow globe and shaking it up — the particles floating this way and that. It’s like a fog.” Krista Martin, Nathan’s mom

confirmed her suspicions, and then some. Nathan had suffered a grade three concussion: the most severe classification possible. “The doctor said he was lucky to

be alive,” Krista said. “They were amazed he didn’t lose his eye.” Under doctor’s orders, Nathan was to take it easy for three weeks. That meant no activities that could potentially cause another head injury, including baseball. Even though he was officially cleared, Krista noticed something amiss. Nathan was having trouble remembering things. His equilibrium was offkilter. It seemed as though he was suffering from something more serious than a run-of-the-mill concussion. Then came a second blow to the head. Krista recalled the incident, which took place at Nathan’s grandmother’s house: “He was playing with cousins when he fell into a couch with no cushions. He slammed his head on a wooden board. When I came to pick him up, his eyes were starting to roll back in his head. After that, his symptoms really started going through the roof.” The second impact to the skull ushered in a “slow mental decline,” Krista said. One of the most striking signs that Nathan’s memory was beginning to suffer took place during school. Nathan’s teacher see MARTIN page 4B

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Running with the Batman By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

It’s a weird feeling, realizing you’re about to embark upon a journey the likes of which you’ve never attempted before. As I walked onto Broad Street around 8:20 a.m. on Saturday to run my first Monument Avenue 10K, I was filled with an impending sense of doom. I hadn’t run more than two miles in many moons. Yet all of those anxieties were quelled when I got to my group — group TB, for those who are interested — and noticed the Batman mingling among our crowd. “Thank goodness,” I thought. “Now I know if I fall out from dehydration or total leg paralysis the Caped Crusader will be around to nurse me back to health.” The costume was nearly 100 percent accurate, except there were patches of grey sticking out of his otherwise black stubble beard. A bit dissee RUN page 2B

Indians drop extra-inning affair to Cosby Mawyer throws five strong innings By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

The Powhatan High School baseball team came out rusty in their season opener against Western Albemarle on March 27, falling 10-5 at home to the visitors from Crozet The Indians didn’t have time to wade around in their sorrows. They were back at it the next night, taking on Cosby High School, perennially one of the deepest base-

ball programs in the Central Virginia area. The Indians (0-2) showed much improvement in their second game of the season, especially on the mound. Peyton Mawyer and Drew Sietter combined to give up just two unearned runs over eight innings of work, but errors were ultimately Powhatan’s downfall. They committed three at crucial junctures, losing 2-1. After the game, head coach Gregg Conner told his team that there is no such thing as a “moral victory.” Still, he said he was pleased that his boys were able to hang tough with a strong team like Cosby. “They just played one

of the best teams around. That ought to boost their confidence,” he said. “Last night we didn’t play well. Tonight was a vast improvement.” Conner got a gutsy start out of a honed-in Mawyer. The sophomore rarely looked rattled in his first start of the season, allowing only one unearned run in five innings of work. Conner said Mawyer’s performance exceeded expectations. “He came out and located the baseball against a very good ball club,” he said. “He made a lot of quality pitches. I never PHOTO BY KENNY MOORE dreamed we would get five innings out of him. It Indians’ starter Peyton Mawyer fires a pitch during the second inning of the Cosby game. “He came out and located the baseball against a very

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Y O U N G A N G L E R R E E L S I N T RO P H Y C AT F I S H Ryan Seay has caught four trophy fish By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Ten-year-old Powhatan resident Ryan Seay has caught more than100 fish in his lifetime, but few measure up to the behemoth he reeled aboard on the morning of March 8. As his mother Tammy recalled, Ryan set out for a regular fishing trip with his father and a family friend in the lower part of the James River in Hopewell. The trio stopped to catch bait — gizzard shad — a little after 8 a.m. Shortly thereafter, Ryan was locked in a fierce battle with one of the most ferocious scaled creatures he’s ever encountered. After a dueling with the beast for more than 20 minutes without outside help, he wrestled a 50-pound blue catfish onto the floor of the boat. Ryan, who is described as an “avid fisher” by his mother, weighs a lean 62 pounds. It was Ryan’s first catch of the day and of the new year. According to Tammy, Ryan has always practiced catch and release, so the relatively unharmed beast we set free

into the waters to be pursued by scores of other fishermen. Bob Duncan, the executive director of the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, was impressed by Ryan’s sizable catch. “On the average, Virginia anglers measure up over 6,000 trophysize freshwater fish annually, but few anglers, young or old, can claim such notoriety with a trophy fish of this size. Ryan should be very proud of his angling accomplishment,” Duncan said. Astonishingly, the 50pound blue catfish isn’t even Ryan’s biggest victim. The young angler reeled in a mammoth 55pounder of the same species in March 2013. Had Ryan caught that particular fish in Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, New Mexico or Washington, it would have been a state record. For a blue catfish to be considered trophysized in Virginia, it must weigh at least 30 pounds. Based on that criterion, four of Ryan’s catches qualify for trophy status: the two 50-plus-pounders, a 45pounder and a 38-pounder. All four have been reeled in within the last two years. The current Virginia record for a blue catfish is

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concerting, but no matter. The rest of his costume was on point. Besides, who am I to question the Batman’s choice in facial hair? Our group was set to start at the 47-minute mark. When the signal was given, we set out, slow at first, like a herd of cattle meandering into a slaughter house. They say a journey of 1,000 miles starts with a single step, and our first step was slow and clumsy. But we eventually gained momentum. As we rounded the initial turn, the first band spotted the Batman in our presence. Right on cue, the brass instruments kicked into “Nah-nahnah-nah, Batman!” This raised the spirits of our group As we got farther into

the first mile, our group began to disperse. The overzealous ones took off on a bolt, the wise crowd sat back and played the turtle. By the half-mile mark I barely recognized any of the faces I had started with. The first mile flew by in what seemed like seconds, and when I got to the giant yellow sign designating the “One Mile” mark the entire McDonald’s crew — grown men and/or women dressed as Ronald McDonald, the Hamburgler and various other characters from the fast food chain — were standing along the road, gesturing benevolently in our direction. They refrained from handing out Big Macs to the passersby, for the sake of the greater good, The second and third miles passed as quickly as the first. Fueled by the

musical energy of various bands — including the VCU pep band, which danced and wailed into their instruments like they were courtside at the Siegel Center —the race was almost beginning to seem easy. This was, of course, a gross illusion. After slipping past the three mile marker, things got strange very quickly. Gusto among the runners noticeably diminished. Some took pit stops in the grass to stretch out cramps in their overworked legs. My left leg started to go numb — a peculiar ailment that would haunt me for the remainder of the race. Worst of all, the Batman was no longer in sight. Had he jetted off to save a life? Sure, there was a medical crew pressee RUN page 3B


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Indians centerfielder Parker Mead strokes a single to the outfield during a game against Cosby. Mead supplied the Indians with their only run of the game, hitting a home run off Riley Wilson in the bottom of the first.

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was a really awesome performance.� Mawyer was spotted a lead in the bottom of the first, when Indians’ leadoff hitter Parker Mead ripped a home run to straightaway center. Mead’s solo shot would hold up until the top of the fourth, when an errant pick-off throw by Mawyer to second allowed Bradley McKay to score. Neither team plated a run over the final three innings. The game descended into extras knotted at one. Once there, the Titans didn’t wait around to bring home the eventual game-winner. With runners on first and second and one out,

Austin Rash sliced a linedrive down the right field line, scoring one. Interestingly enough, Rash wasn’t even penciled into the starting line-up. He entered the game in the fifth, when head coach Tim Lowery plugged him in for the hitless Chandler Pearman. Lowery’s substitution ended up being the difference. Much like Conner with Mawyer, Lowery got an outstanding performance out of starter Riley Wilson. The University of Virginia-bound southpaw — whose brother Tyler is a pitcher in the Orioles organization — gave up only three hits over six innings of work. A strong portion of Wilson’s re-

corded outs came via the punch-out. He finished with 11, enjoying a stretch during the middle innings in which he struck out six of eight batters. Both teams had good showings from their relievers. Powhatan’s Drew Sietter — a rare submarine-style pitcher — threw three strong innings, giving up one unearned run and striking out three. Cosby’s Zach Morton pitched three scoreless innings. He received the win. Offensively, both teams had only one player with multiple hits. For Powhatan, Mead had a home run and a single. For Cosby, three-hole hitter Hunter Williams had two doubles and a single.

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ent, but first aid is a poor substitute for a tried-andtrue superhero. I longed for the Batman. The final three miles of the race are a blur of cobblestone and flattened Powerade cups and cover bands playing songs by the Foo Fighters and White Stripes. Honest fatigue had started to rear its ugly head; my vision began to wave. At some point I passed a group of what seemed to be frat boys on a nearby balcony, tossing beers down to runners who needed a dehydrating beverage to finish out the race. Somewhere in the distance a band played an instrumental version of

Jimmy Buffett’s “Margaritaville.� All the sensations — the music, the rain, the heavy breathing, the squishing of wet shoes — were beginning to blend together into an indistinguishable slop. That’s when we saw it. It appeared like a mirage in the distance, a thing of pure imagination at first. “There it is!� shouted someone to my rear “The finish line!� And so it was. Though I doubt it’s been scientifically proven, I’m confident in claiming the average person can add five to 10 miles per hour to their top speed with the finish line in sight. Folks who had seemed down and out kicked it into fifth gear out of the blue. I turned

on the gas as well, ignoring the grim fact that the ligaments in my right knee were creaking like hinges on an old screen door. When I finally broke the finish line, I was far too despondent to even glance at my time. Like so many others, I was feeling a strange mixture of exhaustion and satisfaction. I never saw the Batman again, so I can only speculate as to what became of that wondrous enigma. Perhaps he hopped in his Batmobile and floored it back to the Batcave. Or maybe he lumbered on down to the closest Mickey D’s and joined Ronald for a Big Mac, enjoying the victorious taste of saturated fat and a race wellrun.

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would give him an answer to a question seconds before beginning the exam, and Nathan would often forget the answer. Any sort of light became literally unbearable. To combat the inevitable headaches, he wore sunglasses indoors. He constantly kept his head wrapped in ice, and often said he “felt like his brain was going to explode.” Krista grew increasingly worried, so she began conducting research online. When her search turned up fruitless, she took him to a pediatrician. That’s when it was discovered that Nathan was suffering from postconcussion syndrome. But PCS was only the tip of the iceberg. Apparently, Nathan’s initial fall was so severe that he had suffered brain damage. Additionally, he was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder, a psychological ailment often experienced by war veterans. “They say when you injure your brain, it’s like taking a snow globe and shaking it up,” said Krista. “The particles floating this way and that. It’s like a fog.” Nathan’s life changed dramatically after he re-

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The Children’s Hospital of Richmond gave Nathan free VIP tickets and box seating to a Richmond Flying Squirrels game. Shown are, from left, Fischer Daniels, Krista Martin, Nathan Martin and Bobby Martin.

ceived the diagnoses. He was pulled out of school. He could no longer stay at friends’ houses. Worst of all, he was separated indefinitely from the ball diamond. Recreation league baseball games were replaced with therapy sessions that were meant to increase Nathan’s balance and motor skills. It was a particularly trying time for Nathan, Krista recalled. “At the end of a day of

therapy, he often cried,” she said. “He was just overwhelmed. His brain was over-stimulated, he had a hard time dealing with it.” Being a high-risk individual in the eyes of insurance agents, Nathan’s insurance costs were close to $900 per

solution. That’s when the Powhatan community decided to step up to the plate and help one of its own. The community rallies to support Nathan It seems fitting that baseball has been the

“In little league, you want to play high school baseball for Powhatan. You look up to those guys. To see the look on Nathan’s face was just awesome.” Mike Puglia, athletic trainer at PHS

month. On top of that, the insurance company only covered 20 visits to the physical therapist. After the 20th visit, all costs came directly out of pocket. It was an unbearable financial burden that seemed to have no easy

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main catalyst in helping the Martins cover Nathan’s medical expenses. The most recent initiative was jump-started by Mike Puglia, the athletic trainer at Powhatan High School. On March 6, Puglia received a call from Bon

Secours — a hospital system that works closely with PHS — saying they needed help putting a team together for the Shamrock 5K. They also informed Puglia that the biggest team would receive a $500 prize. Ever the activist, Puglia began brainstorming. Time was very thin: race registration ended on March 13, so Pugliah had one week to come up with a plan, put it into action, and see it through. To make matters even more difficult, many of the teams already had 30-plus members. Puglia needed a rallying point if he was going to succeed. “I was thinking to myself ‘How am I going to get 30 people signed up for this thing?’ ” he said. “I needed to figure out a way to get the kids to cling onto the idea of winning the biggest team challenge. I had met Nathan the previous year at a benefit. Hearing about

his story made me want to help the family out.” Puglia understood Nathan’s passion for baseball, so he approached PHS baseball coach Gregg Conner with the idea of getting the varsity team involved. Conner accepted “without hesitation,” as Puglia put it. “I brought Nathan in to meet the varsity team and told them his story,” Puglia said. “Every last player volunteered.” In addition to getting the baseball team involved, Puglia also approached Student Council Association leaders Amanda Wilson and Jennifer Burks. The duo orchestrated an intensive social media campaign, creating a Facebook page to garner interest. The SCA also donated money to cover four registration fees and made green ribbons to draw awareness to Brain Injury Awareness Month. Athletic director Jim Woodson also jumped on board, awarding Nathan and his family season passes for the varsity baseball season. “It all fell into place very quick,” Puglia said. “We had some days in between where we weren’t even in school because of the snow. But everyone stayed in contact through social media. The campaign kicked off on Monday [March 10], so we really only had three days to recruit people.” The results were better than anyone — Puglia included — expected. In a little over 72 hours, 47 people registered, making “Team Nathan” the winner of the biggest team challenge. Puglia wanted Nathan to have a chance to mingle with the players besee Martin page 5B

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fore the race. So he invited him to join the team on the field after a scrimmage on March 13. In what was perhaps the highlight of the night, Conner awarded Nathan his very own Powhatan baseball hat and jersey. “You remember what it was like when you were his age,” said Puglia. “In little league, you want to play high school baseball for Powhatan. You look up to those guys. To see the look on Nathan’s face was just awesome. His mom sent me a Facebook message the next day saying that Nathan was going to remember that moment for the rest of his life.” When race day finally arrived, Nathan had the option of doing a 1K or a 5K with the team. He chose to walk the longer distance with his newfound buddies. “To have an entire group of teenagers wake up at 7 o’clock on a Sat-

urday is amazing,” Krista laughed. “The players were great to him the whole time. They walked right beside him, highfiving him and making him feel special. It boosted his spirit, because he has a true passion for the sport of baseball, yet it’s been taken away from him.” The selfless work by Puglia and crew is only the most recent episode in what has been an outpouring of community support. In April 2013, the Powhatan Youth Athletic Association hosted a day-long baseball tournament, complete with “vendors and clowns and caricature artists.” Krista used the tournament as a platform for spreading awareness about traumatic brain injury. All in all, more than $4,000 was raised via ticket sales, concession sales, team fundraisers and various other sources of income. “The community has

been amazing as far as wanting to help,” Krista said. “We were able to pay all his medical bills with the money we raised during the tournament.”

already made remarkable strides in the recovery process. All of his physical symptoms — the wound around his eye, involuntary movement in his arm stemming from

“The community has been amazing as far as wanting to help. We were able to pay all his medical bills with the money we raised during the tournament.” Krista Martin, Nathan’s mom

The road to recovery The nature of head injuries is mysterious, Puglia said. Nathan could wake up tomorrow and be perfectly fine. Conversely, he could suffer from lingering symptoms — such as seizures and PTSD — for the rest of his life. No matter what the future holds, Nathan has

nerve damage, his lack of coordination — have completely disappeared. Nathan looks “like a normal kid” on the outside, Krista said. He’s returned to school and is enrolled in normal third grade classes. While he continues to earn high mark, he’s had to adjust the way in which he absorbs material. Homework that

used to last 15 minutes can now take up to an hour. “His processing speed is much slower,” Krista said. Ill-timed seizures can wipe out any material he may have learned during the school day. But even those have gotten “a lot better now,” Krista said. After returning to the classroom following his six-month stint as a homeschool student, Nathan was somewhat hesistant to speak up during class. But he’s becoming more confident by the day, answering questions aloud on a regular basis. Krista credits his teacher, Carol Beach, for being extraordinarily accommodating to Nathan’s unique needs. He no longer learns by staring at the board and listening to a lecture. He needs a much more personal approach, and that’s something that Beach — with the help of in-depth test re-

sults from the Children’s Hospital — has been able to provide. “I really don’t know how she [Carol Beach] does it,” Krista said. “She has such a grasp on Nathan’s needs. She’s knows his situation inside and out. She’s been such a help during all of this.” Though Nathan takes school seriously, his first love will always rest between the white lines of a ball diamond. He may get back there one day, and if he ever does, he knows that he’ll have the support of the entire Powhatan community — from coach Conner and Mike Puglia, to Jennifer Burks and Amanda Wilson and everyone else who has gotten to know the boy behind the injury during this ordeal. “When he sees people playing he doesn’t complain,” Krista said. “But I can see it on his face that he can’t wait until the day when he can get back on the ballfield.”

Left, When Nathan was suffering through one of his darkest times, something as simple as a stuffed bunny allowed him better cope with his depression. “We were at the Children’s Hospital and the doctor told Nathan ‘pick out any bunny you want,’” Krista recalled. “He got this big old one that doesn’t even look like an Easter Bunny and he loved it. It lit him up. That bunny went everywhere with us.” Now, Nathan wants to give back some of the happiness that his stuffed bunny has given him. He is currently collecting bunnies to donate to to the Children’s Hospital of Richmond. If you would like to donate, please contact Krista Martin via the TBI Awareness Facebook page. SUBMITTED PHOTO

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BeautifulSherwoodNeighborhood-4bedroom, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 story foyer, kitchen and family room are open concept so it is great for a family activities. Formal dining room as well as an eatin kitchen area. Porcelain floors throughout the kitchen and living room. 4 bedrooms upstairs including master with attached master bath, 2 master closets and an additional large storage area off of one of the master closets. $239,950

Very Spacious Split level home in a private country setting on almost 7 acres with lots of rustic charm! 2700 sq. ft. with 5 bedrooms plus an office, open concept, new carpet on the first level, new windows, new vinyl flooring, rustic wood paneling, large cedar lined window seat with loads of storage, new led lighting throughout, cedar closets in the bedrooms upstairs, fenced backyard, 2 oversized detached sheds, custom built in shelving throughout, wireless doorbell, 35X10 paved patio, storm doors on the front and back, 10x9 Sun room off of dining room, Wireless security system, walk-in master closet. Large home in a beautiful $184,950 setting!

One-of-a-kind rustic log home charmer! 2413sq.ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, on 9.3 acres of private land! Gorgeous rustic hardwood floors throughout, large spacious eat-in kitchen with granite countertops, recessed lighting, wainscoting, featuring an additional room with pass-through-could be used as formal dining, office, den...etc., Living room features a rare full brick wood burning fireplace and a bay window. Bright and cheerful master bedroom has his and hers closets as well as renovated master bath with double vessel sinks, wainscoting and ceramic tile shower. 3 Spacious carpeted bedrooms and renovated bathroom upstairs. 2 tier deck and paver patio, covered wrap around front porch-36’x7’, fenced in yard, 2 car detached finished barn style garage with 21’x24’ loft above plus 60amp electrical service and wired for generator, paved driveway, all vinyl tilt out windows, extensive landscaping, security system, new septic pump-2014, new heat pump2013, remodeled 2nd floor-2010, new well drilled-2013, and new 30 year roof2012. $299,950

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Opportunity galore! 1 acre, brick front, 2778 sq. ft., turn lane, paved parking lot, detached shed, built to code for commercial office, great price for this exposure on Rt. 60. $325,000

DYKELAND TERRACE, AMELIA —$65,000 Beautiful Lot , Waterfront , last undeveloped 12.3 acre wooded cul-de-sac lot in well established , private area. Property bordered by 2 creeks , Must See!

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CLAYVILLE RD. POWHATAN —$59,950 6.28 lot that has road frontage on Clayville Rd and Moore Rd. Nice size lot that has tons of potential.

Very nice ranch located on 2 acres just over the Powhatan Line, 3 bedrooms 2 full baths, Well kept and very clean, Huge out building 24 x 24, another 24 x 12 outbuilding, detached shed, and 20 x 24 carport. Well Kept yard with green grass and plenty of room to spread out and play. Private but within a few miles of county line. $134,950

bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, beautiful corner lot with frontage on two state roads, hardwood floors in living room, hall and bedrooms, wood stove in unfinished basement, car port. This is a charming starter home! $147,000

LOTS FOR SALE 9720 HULL STREET RD., RICHMOND—$65,000

2950 JANET LN. POWHATAN—$17,950 APPORVED WELL AND SEPTIC FOR 3 BEDROOM, 2

HOME! Very nice lot located in Central Powhatan, over Nice large lot located on Hull Street Road, .95 BATH with very private back yard area. Low traffic road, great acres, beside Amberleigh, lots of potential. 2 acres price for a nice lot that is close to shopping and schools. DORSET ROAD, POWHATAN —$75,000 Beautiful water front lot on a nice pond, with huge barn and fenced area. State road frontage on Dorset Road, 4.3 acres located in Eastern Powhatan, only 7 minutes from Rt. 288. Big lot with no restrictions!!!

GENITO ROAD, POWHATAN—$159,950

Opportunity galore, Large Piece of land 5.8 acres with Railroad siding and access. Huge 128 x 48 metal building with concrete floor Truck Scales with scale house, Ideal for Construction or Heavy Equipment, 5.8 Acres located in on Railroad at Clayville and Dorset. Great price for all this potential. SOLD “AS IS”

1419 PALMORE RD., POWHATAN —$110,000 WATERFRONT on 5 acre Pond-Beautiful, Wooded lot with lots of hardwoods, gorgeous lay of the land, located in sought after subdivision, but still feels private and secluded, pond located at the back of the property.

G/ ACTROAD, POWHATAN 0NGILLS DI NTRPENDING —$69,000 N O Very and well situated piece of property C PE private R in Powhatan. Over 13 acres with beautiful trees DE and state road frontage. UN

CREWS LANE POWHATAN—$29,000

2 Acres of land, minutes to shopping, park, library, golf, YMCA

BALLSVILLE ROAD POWHATAN—$19,000

3.66 acres vacant land

BELL RD., POWHATAN—$175,000

3185 TAURMAN PARK DR. POWHATAN —2 LOTS—$124,950 EACH

These are 2 of 5 ten acre lots we have Nice piece of land located only minutes listed in Taurman Parks. Taurman Park is a ‘’Dumont Neighborhood’’ that is from the courthouse area, lots of state road frontage Nice trees with lots of thoughtfully laid out to create and preserve the privacy and country charm the Historic growth. Huguenot Trail ( RT. 711 ) corridor of Powhatan is renowned for. There are only 10 lots in Taurman Park and they are served by a private road ( paved ) that RED LANE ROAD cul-de-sacs at the end ... all designed to POWHATAN—$54,900 a true neighborhood feel. Taurman Nice 1 Lot in Central Powhatan, located create Park is surrounded by other large parcels on the corner of Red Lane and Edith of 10 -100 acres which adds to the privacy Lane, all Wooded and peacefulness. For convenience Rt. 288 is only 11 minutes.


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Legal Notices TRUSTEE SALES NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 3361 Duke Road, Powhatan, VA 23139 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated February 25, 2014, and recorded in Deed Book 700, Page 1076 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $232,000.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court, located at 3880 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia 23139 on: April 22, 2014 at 10:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being situate in the Macon Magisterial District of Powhatan County, Virginia containing 12.559 acres, more or less, as more particularly described by a certain plat of survey made by Woodrow K. Cofer, Inc., Certified Land Surveyor, dated April 27, 1998 and entitled "Plat Showing 12.559 Acres of Land Lying on The West Line of State Route No. 715, Macon District - Powhatan County, VA", a copy of which is attached and recorded with the deed in Deed Book 367, page 836, to which is hereby made for a particular description. Being the same property conveyed to Robert Felts and Gail W. Felts by deed from Randall A. Moss and Renee Moss, dated October 16, 1998 and recorded October 27, 1998 in the Clerks’ Office, Circuit Court of Powhatan County, Virginia, in Deed Book 370, page 438., and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $23,000.00, or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Substitute Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including water/sewer charges, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $445.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

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TRUSTEE’S SALE 2405 Three Bridge Road, Powhatan, VA 23139 In execution of a deed of trust from Robert Wayne Morris dated October 21, 2010, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, County of Powhatan, Virginia, in Deed Book 795, page 808, the undersigned Sole-Acting Trustee will offer for sale at public auction at the entrance to the Powhatan County Circuit Court Building, 3880 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia, on April 4, 2014 at 10:00AM the property described in said deed, located at the above address and briefly described as: All that certain parcel of land containing 1.75 acres, with improvements thereon, designated as 2405 Three Bridge Road. Tax Map Parcel 018-20B. Interested parties should refer to recorded Deed of Trust for metes and bounds description. TERMS OF SALE: CASH. A bidder’s deposit of 10% may be required at the time of sale with settlement within 21 days from the date of sale. Additional terms may be announced at the time of sale. Sale shall be made subject to all existing superior liens, easements and restrictive covenants, if any, as the same may lawfully affect the real estate.

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irginia Cooperative Extension in cooperation with the Virginia Horse Industry Board and the Virginia Forage and Grassland Council will be holding the annual Southern Piedmont Equine Extravaganza on Saturday, April 5, at the Goochland campus of Reynolds Community College. Keynote speakers include Dr. Scott Pleasant and Travis Burns from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and Dr. Chris Teutsch from the Southern Piedmont AREC. Topics and demonstrations include parasite control, fecal egg counts, shoeing, hoof problems, forages, feed management, and preparing horses for participation in the sport of mounted shooting. The event will be held at 1851 Dickinson Rd. in Goochland. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the conference will take place from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Lunch will be provided. To reserve your spot

for the reduced registration fee of $10 for adults and $5 for youth under age 18, send a completed registration form and check (made payable to VFGC) to Margaret Kenny at 3599 Indian Oak Road, Crewe, VA 23930 postmarked by March 28, 2014. Participants who do not mail in registration in advance must pay $15 for adults and $10 for youth at the door. For more information about the conference, contact Rachel Grosse at the Goochland or Powhatan Extension at 804-5565872 or 804-598-5640. If you are a person with a disability and desire any assistive devices, services or other accommodations to participate in this activity, contact the Goochland Extension Office at 804556-5841/TDD*) during business hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. to discuss accommodations 5 days prior to the event. *TDD number is (800) 828-1120. Extension is a joint program of Virginia Tech, Virginia State University, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and state and local governments.

CALENDAR Powhatan AA meets at 8 Church at 3400 Court-house Friday, April 11 p.m. every Thursday in the Rd. Richmond. Food and Family story hours are held Powhatan Village Building. drinks will be available. The The Powhatan Chamber presat 10:30 a.m. at the Powhatents 2014 Village Vibe concert public is invited to come, an Library on Monday and Powhatan Farmers Marketseries. Gates open at 6 p.m. sing along and enjoy the Roundabout Thursdays is Wednesday. Library hours for Fire & EMS Appreciation music, Christian fellowship held from 4 to 7 p.m. every are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Day with Southern Tide at and food. For more informaweek at 3835 Old BuckingWednesday and Thursday, 9 3920 Marion Harland Drive in tion call (804) 276-0479 or ham Road in the Village. a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, and Powhatan. (Adjacent to the (804)598-2660. Fresh produce, beef, sea10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on SaturPowhatan Vol. Rescue Squad food, baked goods, eggs, Saturday, April 5 day. Gaming days are held grounds). Tickets are $5 and pottery, jewelry, soaps, wool, from 3 to 6 p.m. on the first kids 12 years old and under cut flowers and much more. Powhatan AA meets at 8 and third Fridays of each are free. Food and dessert For more information, check p.m. every Saturday at Manamonth. The library is closed vendors are available for food out the website at thepowkin Episcopal Church on Huon Sundays and county holipurchases. Children’s activihatanfarmersmarket.com guenot Trail. days. For more information, ties will be offered. Brown’s call (804) 598-5670. Distributing is available for alThe Powhatan Garden Club Monday, April 7 coholic beverages purchases will meet at 7 p.m. at St. John The Powhatan Lions Club with proper identification. For Neumann Church. Refresh- Library family story hours meets at 6 p.m. on the first information visit www.powments will be served at 7 (see above). The library is and fourth Wednesday of hatanchamber.org/villagep.m. and the meeting will closed on Sundays and each month at the County vibe. begin at 7:30 p.m. The precounty holidays. If you have Seat Restaurant. For more senter for April is Sister Elena any questions please call A 55 Alive Defensive Driving information, contact Mike Henderson, SBS, RN, LCSW. (804) 598-5670. Jones at (804) 794-1440. Course for seniors will be held from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Friday, April 4 Tuesday, April 8 Graceland Baptist Church (975 Thursday, April 3 Dorset Road) in Powhatan. The Powhatan County Fair Gospel singing takes place The Chrysalis Writers Group For more information, or to every first Friday night of meets the first and third Association meetings are reserve your space call Lou each month at Shiloh P.H. Tuesdays of the month at 5 held at 7 p.m. on the first Gregory at (804) 598-4434. Church at 3400 Court-house p.m. in the small meeting Thursday of the month at Rd. in Richmond. Food and room of the Powhatan Tuesday, April 15 the Powhatan Fairgrounds drinks will be available. For County Library. For more inat 4042 Anderson Hwy. in more information, call (804) formation, call 598-1795. Powhatan. For more inforAn Alzheimer’s Association 276-0479 or (804)598-2660. mation, visit www.powhattraining class in the Living AA meets at 8 p.m. every anfair.org with Alzheimer’s and DeTuesday at St. Luke’s EpiscoFish Fry Fridays will be held mentia: The Moderate Stage from 5 to 7 p.m. every Friday pal Church on Huguenot The Powhatan Rotary Club Series — for Caregivers, “Dethrough April 11 at SJN CathTrail. meets at 7:30 a.m. every cisions and Making Choices,” olic Church located at 2489 Thursday at the County Seat will be held from 1:30 to 3 Batterson Road in Powhat- BINGO is held at the PowRestaurant. p.m. at the Powhatan Counhatan Moose Lodge every an. ty Library at 2270 Mann Tuesday. Games start at 7 p. Awaken to Hope Al-Anon Road in Powhatan. Advance m. For more information call meets at 7:30 p.m. every Gospel singing takes place registration is required by every first Friday night of (804)598-2809. Thursday at St. John Neucalling 804-967-2580. each month at Shiloh P.H. mann Catholic Church.

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, you have to go to great lengths to get your point across this week. Approach such situations with tact and patience and do your best to simplify your point of view.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Unfortunately, sitting back and doing nothing this week will move you nowhere fast, Libra. The vacation is over; you need to find the motivation to increase the pace.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, start planning a muchneeded vacation for you and your significant other. Some time away from the hustle and bustle is just what the both of you need.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Don’t get swept away by old habits, Taurus. It is time to try something new and get a new perspective. Accept a new challenge and you will be glad for having done so.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Leo, all you need is a little spark to motivate you this week. You may be able to tackle projects around the house or assignments at work with ease and a little inspiration.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Things move along quite smoothly for you this week, Scorpio. There are plenty of distractions heading your way, but do your best to stay focused.

AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Trust your instincts, Aquarius. When something seems off-kilter, you owe it to yourself to trust your gut and speak up, even if others aren’t ready to believe you.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, you may be tempted to question the actions of others this week. But try to focus instead on what you are doing and do not be concerned with the motivations of other people.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, your romantic life is full of complicated patterns and obstacles, which could be taking their toll on your relationship. Some subtle changes might get things back on track.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 Get outdoors and enjoy some fresh air, Sagittarius. Fresh air is just what you need after a bout of cabin fever. The weather is breaking and outside projects beckon.

PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Express your passion for a special project to a loved one, Pisces. Don’t be afraid to share your feelings with those closest to you.

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• Licensed Master Plumber • Reasonable Rates • Licensed & Insured • Residential & Commercial Work

Licensed and Insured Licensed Owner Russell Owne ussell Bishop Since 1999 • Cell with Voicemail

804-426-7902

• Office/Fax 804-598-1578

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE? Contact Powhatan Domestic Violence Services at

598-5630 ext. 2422

Dr. Elizabeth G. Hazlegrove, D.V.M Accepting New Clients Just West of the Courthouse 24 Hillcrest Road | Cumberland, Va. 23040

www.rmbishop.com

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