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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of N B. Goodwyn

Vol. XXVII No. 16

Supervisors lean against tax increase, decrease school total By Jodi Deal

April 16, 2014

County deeds War Memorial Building to community group By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

Richmond Suburban News

The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors has agreed to advertise a trimmed-down budget without a proposed increase in real estate tax for a rescheduled May 5 public hearing. Because their Wednesday, April 9, meeting was a workshop session, supervisors didn’t take an official vote on budget decisions, but had made their opinions known to chairman Carson Tucker, who represents District 5, before they arrived. The board’s proposed $45.6 million spending plan has a few changes from county administrator Pat Weiler’s original $45.7 proposed General Fund budget. Supervisors agreed — but not unanimously — to trim $180,908 from the local appropriation for schools, which Weiler had proposed be set at $21.09 million. That figure is equal to the price Dr. Eric Jones. Superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools, had quoted for extending the contracts of school administrative staff by three weeks per year, to get their days of service and salaries more in line with other districts in the region. Jones told the supervisors that his

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Powhatan County Schools superintendent Eric Jones, center, appeared at a Board of Supervisors budget workshop on April 9 to answer questions on his budget proposal. Listening at the table are, clockwise from left, are county administrator Pat Weiler and supervisors Jason Moore, Barry Hodge and Billy Melton.

budget was drafted before the School director March Altman told the superviBoard had a clear picture of what county sors that schools are an important part revenues might be, and was based on of economic development. needs, not wants. see SUPERVISORS page 9A Weiler and community development

Supervisors drop Sunday hunting resolution By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

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hether the state has a law on the books allowing Sunday hunting, the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors has decided against weighing in on the matter. After months of comments by citizens on both sides of the issue, and, in the wake of Gov. Terry McAuliffe signing a hotly contested bill allowing Sunday hunting on private property into law last month, members of the Board of Supervisors on April 7 set aside a resolution stating their opposition to Sunday hunting. The board first considered the resolution in March, around the same time the bill was signed into law. The measure made it onto the supervisors’ agenda after several months of outcry by citizens concerned about the notion of hunting being allowed on Sundays.

PHOTO BY JODI DEAL

Randa Jackson, foreground, told members of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors that she was surprised to hear they were even considering a resolution opposing Sunday hunting at a meeting held on Monday, April 7. “I thought we were a Republican kind of county,” she said.

who support Sunday hunting and was opposed to Sunday hunting. He three who oppose it. also said he was only able to find two Citizens weigh in Robert Bishop said he had polled people who favored the notion among At their April 7 meeting, supervi- diners at a local McDonald’s and see HUNTING page 2A sors heard from more than 10 people found that every person he approached

After a year of deliberation, discussion and research, the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors agreed unanimously at an April 7 meeting to sell the county’s aging War Memorial Building to a volunteer group of citizens who hope to renovate the building to serve as a cultural arts and community center. The group, which calls itself War Memorial Cultural Arts and Community Center Inc., will buy the building for a ceremonial sum of $10. However, the building comes with strings attached. County administrator Pat Weiler explained that the sales agreement includes stipulations that require the group to carry out at least $150,000 in renovations and improvements to the building over the next five years, and provide annual reports on ongoing capital improvements, with receipts and accounting for all donations the group collects for its efforts. The group, which as incorporated with the State Corporation Commission but hasn’t obtained full 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the Internal Revenue Service, is required to apply for and “diligently pursue” that status within 90 days, Weiler noted. The group also will be required to host at least 12 events in the facility per year, continue the county’s obligation under its 2009 deed for the property to continue providing a meeting space for Masonic Lodge No. 295 until at least July 1, 2020, when the previously set agreement expires. If those requirements aren’t met, if the organization ceases to exist or if the property is abandoned, it will revert back to county ownership, Weiler said. During a public hearing on the proposal to hand over the building, three community members spoke in favor of letting the group try to raise money to renovate the facility into a performance and arts space. According to staff reports given to the supervisors at meetings on the matter, the building has at least $150,000 in pressing renovation and repair needs, and costs the county $20,000 per year in operating costs to keep open to the public. The building’s assessed value is $416,900. “I think our community needs this cultural arts center,” Susan Nash, a cofounder of the Performing Arts Foundation of Powhatan, said. She urged supervisors to support the effort. “There is rarely a community that gets a cultural arts center without the support of its local government.” Joanne Fico, speaking on behalf of see MEMORIAL page 3A

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Powhatan Today, April 16, 2014

Supervisors consider raising water rates

GARDENING IN THE SHADE By Jan Crampton For Powhatan Today

There are plenty of reasons to be drawn to the bright, sunny spots on our properties: colorful flowers, big healthy vegetables and fast-growing ground covers. Perhaps you’ve spent so much time planting in those sunny areas that your approach to any shady spots is to throw down some mulch and call it a day. But if you’re lucky enough to have shaded areas, you still can have all of the above and not have to worry quite as much about the last time you applied your sunscreen. A shade garden can be a tranquil, serene place to escape from the heat of day. In gardening circles, the exposure known as “full shade� is defined as no more than two to three hours of direct sunlight per day, with the light falling either early or late in the day. Plants that thrive in shade tend to:  Grow more slowly and require less water, depending on their location. Their slow growth also means they need only a simple, balanced fertilizer.  Prefer rich, improved soils. (Many shade-loving plants began as woodland natives before they were cultivated for the home garden.)  Need their space, despite what those glossy photos in the gardening magazines might illustrate. Good air circulation through a shade garden will cut down on molds, fungus, slugs, and insects.

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the large membership of the Powhatan Community Church. Sally Aungier of the Virginia Horse Council said her organization has “taken a firm stand against Sunday hunting for many years,� and is disappointed to see it pass this year. She also said there are only eight weeks out of the year when nothing is in season for hunting and those are during the hottest parts of the summer. While the current law restricts Sunday hunting to private land, she said the Virginia Horse Council has heard that “there is a strong push from the hunting community to extend that to public land within the next two years.� Scott Heath said the issue is not only about hunting, but also private property rights. “Being told I can’t do something on Sunday that is legal the other six days a week is not fair,� Heath said, adding that the legislation that ultimately passed was well compromised. Randa Jackson said she was surprised to hear that supervisors were considering the resolution at all. “I thought we were a Republican kind of county,� Jackson said, adding that she thought locals favored gun rights.

 Require less mulch to retain moisture. In fact, if you over-mulch a shade garden, you risk the problems listed in the previous bullet. While it’s true that most vegetables, flowering annuals and herbs require, at a minimum, sun to partshade, there are many perennials and shrubs that thrive in full shade. And still more of those plants not only flower but also have striking foliage, with interesting shapes, colors, and textures. Hostas and Ferns are long-time staples of shade gardens, and the number of varieties available now are mind-boggling. And while few plants are truly deer resistant, there are several hostas that deer will generally avoid. Other commonly known shadeloving plants, such as dicentra (bleeding heart) and heuchera (coral bells) offer new options for color and growth. Take some time to research the plants you’re interested in and you’ll find, for example, that a more recent variety of dicentra, “Burning Heart,� will bloom through summer, and that coral bells now come in almost 50 different combinations of foliage colors and shapes. And there are more choices for shade-loving ground covers than simply ivy and vinca. Plants such as sweet woodruff, Irish moss and creeping jenny add interest to the edges of walkways and gardens, while low-maintenance pachysandra will fill in the beds under shade trees.

By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

About 70 customers who get public water from Powhatan County will likely see their bills increase in the coming year. Powhatan County operates a public water line along Route 60 that serves two schools, a fire station, several businesses and three residential households, public works director Chris Rapp recently explained. Powhatan purchases the water in that line, which runs from the Chesterfield County border to Flat Rock, from Chesterfield County’s utility system. This year, Rapp told supervisors at a March 24 meeting that Chesterfield County has decided to change its commodity charge by 8 percent, which will result in a $17,300 increase in what Powhatan County must pay for the service. Rapp recommended that Powhatan County increase its water rates to either partially offset or fully offset the county’s additional cost burden. Two proposals were created for supervisors to consider, Rapp noted, because about 75 percent of the water purchased by Powhatan County is used for necessary flushing of the system, not sold to customers. While water used to flush the system isn’t directly pumped into homes and businesses, county administrator Pat Weiler said that water is required for normal operation of the water system and should be paid for by the system’s customers. Otherwise, she added, all county taxpayers will have to offset the cost, since it will have to be absorbed in the county’s budget.

Jackson, a gun owner, said she doesn’t hunt but likes to target shoot. “They should be able to hunt on their property just like I target practice,� she said. Mitch Day pointed out that the law has already passed, and said it’s not up to the Board of Supervisors to weigh in on what they can do on their own property, especially when a law is already in place. “I go to Powhatan Community Church and the majority of folks I’ve talked to are in favor of Sunday hunting,� Day said. He said church-goers won’t miss worship services for hunting.

Supervisors explain position Supervisors echoed residents’ concerns when explaining their decision not to approve the resolution. District 2 supervisor Billy Melton questioned numbers cited in state level discussions on Sunday hunting that claimed job creation and other benefits, like helping prevent crop damage as a result of the move. He also said that, by his estimates, of the 28,000 citizens in Powhatan, only about 10 percent of them hunt. Of those who don’t, he said about half really don’t like hunting. “They don’t like seeing you kill an animal,� Melton said. “That’s 12,500 people you’re upsetting for about 3,000 people.�

Right now, Rapp told supervisors, a customer’s bimonthly water bill is $67.95 for about 13,460 gallons of water. That includes a $21.63 capacity charge and a commodity charge of $3.44 per 1,000 gallons. Under the first proposal, which would only partially offset the Chesterfield County price increase, Powhatan County users’ commodity charge would increase to $3.72 per 1,000 gallons. That would increase an average customer’s bi-monthly bill by $3.77, for a total annual increase of about $22.62 per customer. Powhatan County’s total water revenue from customers would increase by $4,300, leaving the other $13,000 of the price increase to be offset with other funds. Under the second proposal, which would fully cover the $17,300 Chesterfield County price increase, Powhatan County users’ commodity charge would increase to $4.56 per 1,000 gallons. That would increase an average customer’s bimonthly bill by $15.08, for a total annual increase of about $90.48 per customer. Powhatan County’s total water revenue from customers would increase by $4,300, leaving the other $13,000 of the price increase to be offset with other funds. Rapp pointed out after the meeting that there is no proposed change in sewer rates. The county has about 150 public sewer customers. Most county residents get their water from wells and use septic systems to treat their sewage. Supervisors will consider the water rate as part of their total budget, on which a public hearing is set for 7 p.m. Monday, May 5. Supervisors will vote on the budget at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 7.

Despite those issues, Melton said he can’t support the resolution opposing Sunday hunting because the current law only applies to private property. “If this was for public property, I’d support it,� Melton said. Barry Hodge, who represents District 4, said the issue had moved more citizens to contact him than any other that has been addressed during his time in elected office. Hodge cited not only private property rights, but also the fact that target shooting is allowed on Sunday as he explained his stance. He noted that he volunteers with the Powhatan 4-H shooting team. “Every Sunday, my family goes out and exercises their First Amendment rights first,� Hodge, who is Catholic, said. “Then what we do most Sundays after that is we exercise our Second Amendment rights with the Powhatan 4H shooting team.� The founding fathers didn’t see property rights and religious freedom as incompatible, he added. Vice chairman David Williams of District 1 said the Department of Game and Inland Fisheries wouldn’t support anything that would jeopardize game or citizens. “There’s an old saying, ‘Hunt a day, fish a day, live a day longer,’ � Williams said. Chairman Carson Tucker, District 5, said his heart had initially told him to

vote yes on the resolution, but his head ultimately told him to vote no. Reading from a prepared statement, Tucker cited the importance of property rights and also noted that people who want to take quiet walks will have plenty of public spaces to do so. As for honoring the Sabbath and keeping it holy, Tucker pointed out that the United States, as a nation, has chosen to separate church and state. “This resolution would be a last vestige of the Virginia Blue Laws and very few of us wish to revisit that time,� Tucker said. Tucker also addressed his earlier statements that he has received threats over the resolution. “Finally, the tone and statements of some who are opposed to this resolution made me angry, as I shared in a previous meeting,� Tucker said. “My emotional reaction to what I perceived as threats tempted me, for a small moment, to favor this resolution.� Then, Tucker said, he realized he was over-reacting to heavy-handedness from a small percentage of the prohunting community and that his reaction couldn’t trump careful analysis of the facts. “Reason must, and shall, have first place,� Tucker said. No supervisor moved to approve the resolution, and Tucker declared the point moot.

  

  

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building,” Melton said. Chairman Carson Tucker, who represents District 5, said a performing arts center will serve as “an anchor and an attraction,” helping restaurants and promoting more business development. He also said he supports getting the liability of looming maintenance and operational costs off taxpayers’ backs while maintaining a deserved honor to veterans. “What a brilliant idea those planners had in 1950 – not just a stone obelisk on the courthouse green, but a useful structure used by multiple generations and multiple good purposes,” Tucker said. Vice chairman and District 1 representative David Williams said he hopes a cultural and community arts center will restore a sense of community citizens often tell him has been lost in recent years. “You guys have got my support. Call me when you start cleaning things up,” Williams said, noting jokingly that he has an old pickup truck about as old as the War Memorial Building that he’ll bring along to help. Barry Hodge, who represents District 3, pointed out that the county has millions of dollars of pressing facility needs bearing down on it in the county’s Capital Improvement Plan. Alongside $150,000 in dire repair needs, up to $1.3 million in future renovation costs were identified by a county facility study, he added. If citizens want to take over the War Memorial Building and fund its renovation, the Board of Supervisors isn’t in a position to pass on that offer while waiting for something better to come along, Hodge said. “I have a CIP I’ve got to start funding now,” he said. “There aren’t other options out there that we didn’t hash through.”

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the board of Friends of the Powhatan Library, said her group took official action to voice its support for the War Memorial Cultural Arts and Community Center effort, but not before they invited Curt Nellis, the War Memorial group’s president, to a question-and-answer session. “It will be nice to be able to go to a play without going to Glen Allen or Richmond,” Fico said. She added that the effort will not only complement the library’s mission of enrichment, education and entertainment in the county, but also will free up funds for other county facilities, like the library. Only one citizen, Runda Harris, spoke against the proposal. Harris, who opposes efforts to target development and recreation in the courthouse area, said that kind of focus indirectly promotes some businesses over others. “This is wrong, to provide an advantage to some when we all pay the same taxes,” Harris said. Harris added that she had once been told by a past board chairman after asking for board support of one of her volunteer efforts that the Board of Supervisors is a policy-making body that doesn’t favor one effort over another. She also said there are other prospective sites in the county that could be good homes for a cultural arts center. Instead, Harris recommended that the county pursue an agreement with the Powhatan and Goochland Community Services Board, which provides help for people with substance abuse issues, mental health needs and developmental disabilities. The CSB, of which Harris is a board member, is an established group that provides needed services to people in need, Citizen group’s aims she added. According to Nellis, the group was holding off on raising any money for its Supervisors weigh in plans to turn the War Memorial Building Before voting unanimously to pursue into a regular venue for community thethe sale, supervisors spoke at length on ater productions, classes, speeches, meettheir reasons for making that decision. ings, dances and parties until it was sure District 4 supervisor Bill Melton said the county would sell members the buildthe community group has worked hard ing. with staff to address supervisors’ conThe War Memorial Cultural Arts and cerns, and added that, in his opinion, if Community Center Board formed in the effort is successful, the building will March 2013 after learning about county serve citizens of all ages. “I can’t think of a better use for that see Memorial page 4A

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Powhatan Today, April 16, 2014

School Board inks building review contract

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A team of architects, engineers, demographics experts and former educators will be spending a lot of time in Powhatan County schools in the coming months. At a Tuesday, April 8, meeting, the Powhatan County School Board approved an $83,000 contract for a comprehensive facilities review with Moseley Architects, a firm the school division picked from three finalists for the work. Architect Doug Westmoreland, representing the team, told the School Board that he hasn’t worked with Powhatan County Public Schools since joining Moseley, but has worked extensively with the division in the past. In fact, he led the team that conducted the last such study of school buildings and needs in 1998, he noted. Westmoreland told School Board members that their June 30 completion deadline creates a “very tight time frame.� “A comprehensive facilities master plan has a lot of different parts, a lot of moving pieces,� Westmoreland said. Consultants from KNC Associates will gather data to create enrollment projections, Westmoreland explained. They’ll examine current enrollment trends, live births, the number of students from kindergarten cohorts who stick around in Powhatan County schools as they advance through the grades and residential development trends. Enrollment projections will help architects and planners determine how many students the division will have to accommodate in future years. Meanwhile, architects and engineers will scrutinize existing school facilities and what kind of shape they’re in, Westmoreland said. They’ll look at the buildings’ exteriors, roofs, doors, mechanical systems, electrical systems, heating,

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ventilation, cooling and plumbing, along with other site features, like parking lots and playgrounds. Westmoreland noted that the team also will determine how compliant with ever-changing codes each building currently is and what changes might be needed. Simultaneously, other team members will be examining each school’s educational programs, Westmoreland said. Current building use will be evaluated, as will programs that may be needed in the near future and the spaces that could be needed to accommodate them. All three evaluations will take place over the next four to five weeks, Westmoreland said, then the team will regroup with a local steering committee to establish options. Public input also will be sought. At a Wednesday, April 9, meeting, Powhatan County Board of Supervisors members Jason Moore and Billy Melton agreed to serve on the steering committee, which also will include county administrator Pat Weiler and community development director March Altman, School Board members and administrative staff and community members.

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Moseley Architects representative Doug Westmoreland gave the Powhatan County School Board a quick overview of an $83,000 facilities evaluation his firm has been hired to complete in county schools. The study should be finished by June 30.

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discussions on what to do with the building, which included mentions of tearing it down, leaving it as is or selling it for private development. 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

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Westmoreland said the team will work with the committee to create a range of options, like renovations, additions, expansions, demolition and new facilities. Cost estimates and priority rankings will be given for each suggestion. When asked about the $83,000 price tag of the study, up from the original $75,000 estimate, Westmoreland said the dollar figure is taken from a simple analysis of teach team member’s time at an hourly rate. He added that the firm gave the school division a slight discount from the full dollar figure for hourly rates. School Board chairman Rick Cole, of District 1, said the additional cost could be absorbed through the school division’s facilities and maintenance budget. “I think personally it’s something we need to do — step back, take a look around and evaluate what we need,� Cole said. “We haven’t done one for 20 years now, and we need to.� The School Board voted unanimously to proceed with the study. Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Local and The King William Local.

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. 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.

Chamber luncheon Sta Report Chris Harris of RefuseOrdinary.com will present “4 Ways to Shave 5 Hours Off Your Week!â€? on Thursday, April 17, during the monthly luncheon meeting of the Powhatan Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber event is held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the County Seat Restaurant at 3883 Old Buckingham Road in Powhatan. Harris, described as “a dynamic speaker with a wealth of knowledge,â€? has addressed companies including Microsoft, Patagonia and Capital One. Former Chamber executive director Tina Bustos will be a special guest for the luncheon. April’s meeting is being sponsored by SET Cleaning. For more information, call the Chamber office at 804598-2636.

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King and Baughan to wed

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EMILY KING and AARON BAUGHAN to be married May 2015

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mily King and Aaron Baughan officially became engaged to marry on October 5, 2013. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Mark and Teresa King of Powhatan. The pro-

spective groom is the son of Alan and Kimberly Baughan, also of Powhatan. The couple will be united in marriage on May 2, 2015, at the Virginia Cliffe Inn in Glen Allen.

During the month of April, residents of Powhatan will see pinwheels displayed throughout the county at high traffic community buildings and the six county schools. Pinwheels for Prevention is a national campaign designed to prioritize prevention right from the very beginning so that child abuse or neglect doesn’t occur. This campaign uses pinwheels as a symbol of childhood happiness. SUBMITTED PHOTO The pinwheels serve Pinwheel planters positioned each pinwheel with great care. to remind us that every child deserves to be safe, healthy and happy. The Powhatan Department of Social Services teamed up with a variety of community partners in order to display these pinwheels during the month of April in order to promote awareness for see CHILD page 8A

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coalition of community organizations and businesses will bring a celebration of Earth Day to Powhatan County from 4 to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 22, on the historic Powhatan Courthouse Green. Environmentally friendly businesses, crafts persons and organizations are invited to showcase their products and programs. The deadline to submit an application is Friday, April 18. Applications are available at the Virginia Cooperative Extension Office at 804-598-5640. The day’s activities start at noon with a tree planting and blessing at the Elizabeth Randolph Lewis Powhatan YMCA in Fighting Creek Park. The native Red Maple (Acer rubrum) is a donation from Watkins Nurseries. Powhatan’s seventh and eighth graders also are participating by entering the Earth Day poster contest. The winning posters will be displayed during the Earth Day event and at the Powhatan Library. The idea for Earth Day was born in the early 1960s when Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. senator from Wisconsin, grew concerned over the lack of a public environmental agenda and decided to organize a grassroots protest over what was happening to the environment. In September 1969, he announced there would be a nationwide demonstration on behalf of the environment and invited everyone to participate. The American people responded.

The event all but organized itself and, in 1970, the first Earth Day saw 20 million demonstrators and thousands of communities participating on behalf of a healthy, sustainable environment. The first Earth Day resulted in the formation of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Clean Air and Water Acts and the Endangered Species Act. In 1990, Earth Day went global, with 200 million people from 141 nations participating. Environmental concern was elevated to the world stage, and other countries created agencies for environmental protection. Since 2000, Earth Day celebrations have focused on issues related to clean energy and climate change with continued emphasis on reducing, reusing and recycling. If your organization is interested in participating, contact Cathy Howland at the Extension office at 804-5985640. Organizations sponsoring and helping to coordinate this event include: Virginia Cooperative Extension — Powhatan Office, Powhatan Chamber of Commerce, Monacan Soil and Water Conservation District, Woman’s Club of Powhatan County, FrancisEmma, Capital Region Land Conservancy, Powhatan Anti-Litter Council, New Horizon Bank, Dixon’s Auction, the Rotary Club of Powhatan, Powhatan Today, Watkins Nurseries, Elizabeth Randolph Lewis Powhatan YMCA, Bruster’s Ice Cream and Powhatan County.

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menagerie of memorable motorcars will be displayed during the 18th annual Virginia Classic Cruisers Open Car Show, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 19, at the Southside Nazarene Church at 6851 Courthouse Road in Chesterfield. The Virginia Classic Cruisers is a group of enthusiasts who enjoy old cars and camaraderie with others who engage in their hobby. A portion of the proceeds from the show will benefit wounded veterans at Hunter Holmes McGuire Veterans Administration Medical Center in Richmond through the Richmond Area Top Three, or RAT III, Wounded Warrior Program. Another percentage of the money will benefit Lonesome Dove, a nonprofit organization in Powhatan that provides horseback riding therapy for former military service members with physical injuries or conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder. According to Anita Palmore, secretary and treasurer for the Virginia Classic Cruisers, funds raised during the show

will help the veterans at McGuire in a variety of ways. “Some of our donations go to the head trauma unit, and we help provide cookouts, pizza parties, Christmas gifts or anything else they may need,” Palmore said. “We also give to the Lonesome Dove Equestrian Center, which provides therapeutic horse riding for our veterans, and we help [to] sponsor a fishing tournament for our veterans.” Car buffs will find plenty to feast their eyes on, since members of the Virginia Classic Cruisers and area residents alike come to the show each year to show off their beloved automobiles. Awards have always been a part of the proceedings during previous shows, and this year will be no exception. Prizes will be given in the expected categories, but interestingly enough, there also is an annual award for the unluckiest participant. “The show presents awards to the top 25, which are determined by the participant votes,” Palmore said. “We also award Best Engine, Best Paint, Best Interior, Longest Distance, Future Classic Car, Hard Luck and Best of Show.” “The Hard Luck award is awarded to a

participant who had difficulty getting to the show, difficulty with their car or something like that,” Palmore added. Additionally, a 50-50 raffle and a silent auction will get underway during the show. Palmore said that half of the funds collected during the raffle will go to the winner while the other half will go to the club to help with its charitable donations. This year kids will be able to take part in the voting process with their own special award. In addition to an Easter egg hunt that will begin at 11:30 a.m. and a coloring contest to keep them busy, youngsters also will be able to choose their favorite cars. Each child will be given a voting card, and an award will be handed out for kids’ favorite. Palmore described the experience as easygoing and lots of fun. “We try to make the show fun for the participants,” Palmore said. “Everyone seems to have a good time.” On the day of the show, the registration fee to exhibit a car is $25. For more information about the Virginia Classic Cruisers Car Show, visit www.vaclassiccruisers.com.

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owhatan County Public Schools is offering a spate of summer day camps covering everything from engineering to hair-braiding. The camps, which range in price from $75 to $150, will be held at Flat Rock Elementary School and Powhatan High School. Hours will run from 8 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. with a 15minute snack break halfway through the day. Bus transportation will be offered for summer school pick-up and drop-off. In promotional materials for the camps, school officials noted that some camps have a minimum enrollment requirement. If a camp does not generate enough interest by the May 24 signup deadline, parents will be notified and tuition will be refunded. To register online, visit Powhatan County Public Schools’ website at www.powhatan.k12. va.us. For more information, call Kris Gwaltney at 804-589-5700, extension 130, or email kris.gwaltney@ powhatan.k12.va.us.

of $75 per week. The camp is well suited for children who enjoy building, inventing and creating while solving challenging problems. Participants will immerse themselves in creative problem-solving as an introduction to real-world engineering. Different activities will be offered each week, so students are welcome to participate in one or both sessions. Computer Game Design Camp for third through fifth graders will be offered July 1417, at a cost of $75 per student. Participants will spend a week creating their own video games, including game characters, animations and sound effects. As they learn to create a fun, challenging game, students will explore computer programming and animated storytelling.

for rising fifth and sixth graders for $120 per student. During the four-day camp, students will create a painting to take home each day, and will cover still life, landscape, abstract and portrait painting techniques. Students should wear an oversized tshirt or button-up over their clothing. Music Composition Camp for rising seventh and eighth graders, tailored for students who can sing or play an instrument, read music and have an interest in writing a song, will be offered July 21-24 for $75. Campers will learn to use the software Finale Notepad to take a musical theme and create a composition around it. The last day of camp, campers will perform their composition for each other and invited family and friends. Creative Writing Camp for rising seventh Secondary camps through ninth graders – Powhatan HS will be offered in one Painting Camp will two-week session set be offered July 21-24 for July 7-10 and July

14-17 at a cost of $150 for the entire camp. At the camp, budding writers can explore various techniques and styles, explore a variety of genres and learn about

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Painting Camp will be offered July 14-17 for rising third and fourth graders for $120 per student. During the four-day camp, students will create a painting to take home each day, and will cover still life, landscape, abstract and portrait painting techniques. Students should wear an oversized tshirt or button-up over their clothing. Foreign Language and Culture camps covering French and Spanish will be offered to rising third through fifth graders at a cost of $85 per week. French camp is set for July 1417, while Spanish camp will be offered July 2124. Students are free to sign up for one or both weeks. Participants will explore other languages and cultures through indoor and outdoor games, arts and crafts, food sampling and other cultural immersion activities. Let’s Get Moving Camps will be offered to rising first and second graders July 7-10 and July 14-17, and for rising third and fourth graders July 21-24 and July 28-31, at a cost of $75 each week. Students will get moving by learning a variety of dance combinations using rhythm and coordination. Participants also will explore healthy food choices and the benefits of staying physically active for a healthy lifestyle. Engineering the Future Camps will be held July 14-17 and July 2124 for rising third and fourth graders, at a cost

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Spring Garden Fest Sat., April 26th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Reynolds Community College 1851 Dickinson Road, Goochland Register in advance for the best selection of Classes ($) and Workshops ($) Class and Workshop Topics Include: Sustainable Vegetable Gardens • Salad Planting Box • Biochar Unusual Edibles • Tomatoes • Hydrangeas • Native Plants • Moon Gardens Purple Martins • Shade Gardening • Garden Color the Easy Way • Hypertufa Container Art • Gourd Birdfeeders • Trough Gardens • Hummingbird Planters Topiaries • Propagation • Protective Garden Tents

"Pest Resistant Bulbs" by Keynote Speaker Becky Heath No admission fee to enjoy: Displays • Talking with the Experts Beautiful Plants for Sale • Garden Vendors For further info call the Goochland Extension Office 804-556-5841 or visit www.gpmga.org Presented by the Goochland-Powhatan Master Gardeners in cooperation with Reynolds Community College and Virginia Cooperative Extension

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through performing manicures and pedicures. The course will explore techniques for polishing fingernails and toenails, along with nail art. Papier Mâché Madness Camp, for rising fifth through eighth graders, will be offered in a two-week session that includes July 7-10 and July 14-17, for a cost of $150 for the entire camp. Participants with creative tendencies will use patience, problem solving and imagination to create a bust with recyclables, a balloon and papier mâché. Head’s Up Camp, for rising ninth and 10th graders, will run July 21-24 for a cost of $75. Students will learn basic hair care and braiding techniques, including French braids, corn rows, two-hand twists and fishbone braids. Basic facial makeup techniques and tips will also be covered. Health and Medical Career Explorers Camp, for rising sixth through ninth graders, will be offered in a two-week session that includes July 7-10 and July 14-

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Child Abuse Prevention Month, which is observed during the month of April. Powhatan Department of Social Services also is encouraging community members to take the Blue Ribbon Pledge for Child Abuse Prevention Month. The Blue Ribbon Pledge states, in part: “We believe that all children deserve freedom from verbal abuse, sexual abuse and emotional, psychological and physical abuse and neglect. We believe all children deserve to have Blue Ribbon Days, including loving hugs, nurturing homes, tender care, parents and adults who listen, promote self-esteem, give quality time, and provide adequate food, shelter, clothing and medical condition.” The Powhatan Department of Social Services encourages residents to wear a blue ribbon during the month of April as a symbol of their commitment to prevent child abuse in their community and work towards a Blue Ribbon future for all children. Blue ribbons are available at each of the following community locations: Powhatan Department of Social Services, Powhatan YMCA, Powhatan County Library and at each of the six county schools. April 9 was identified in Virginia as a day for advocates of children throughout Virginia to wear blue to symbolize their commitment to help prevent child abuse. Child abuse and neglect is a perva-

animated storytelling. Depending on registration, this camp may be combined with one aimed at third through fifth graders. Summer Odyssey Camp will be offered in two different groups, one for rising fifth and sixth graders and another for rising ninth through 12th graders in concurrent two-week sessions July 14-17 and July 21-24. Participation costs $150 for the entire session. Participants will hit the road to learn about history by visiting historical sites around the region, chronicling their experiences using web tools.

sive and overwhelming issue. From July 2012 through June 2013, 51,346 children were reported as possible victims of abuse and/or neglect in 33,861 completed reports to Virginia’s city and county departments of social services. From those reports, 6,205 were found to be maltreated. Twenty-nine children died that year as a result of child abuse/neglect. These statistics show the alarming reality of child abuse and neglect and emphasize that we as a community cannot afford to ignore this issue. There are many different ways that residents can help support and promote child abuse prevention in the Powhatan community. Be a present and active parent in your child’s life by showing them love, respect and attention. Offer yourself as a support to youth in your family, neighborhood, church or other community program that may need some extra attention or encouragement. Encourage anyone in your community that you observe struggling to reach out for help from their family, church or a community program such as Powhatan Department of Social Services. Another very important way to help prevent continued child abuse is to report suspected child abuse immediately. Virginia has a 24 hour Child Abuse/ Neglect Hotline to report suspected child abuse and neglect: 1-800-5527096. Residents also can contact Powhatan Department of Social Services to make a report at 804-598-5630. Some information contained in this article was used with permission from Prevent Child Abuse Virginia.

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merse themselves in creative problem-solving as an introduction to real-world engineering. Different activities will be offered each week, so students are welcome to participate in one or both sessions. Computer Game Design Camp for rising sixth through eighth graders will be offered July 14-17, at a cost of $75 per student. Participants will spend a week creating their own video games, including game characters, animations and sound effects. As they learn to create a fun, challenging game, students will explore computer programming and

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17, for a cost of $150 for the entire camp. Students will get the opportunity to explore not only well known healthcare roles like nurses and doctors, but other careers in health and medical sciences. Participants will also earn certifications for CPR and Basic First Aid. Engineering the Future Camps will be held July 14-17 and July 2124 for rising fifth and sixth graders, at a cost of $75 per week. The camp is well suited for children who enjoy building, inventing and creating while solving challenging problems. Participants will im-

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

2202 Old Church Road www.powhatanbaptist.org


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Powhatan Today, April 16, 2014

Supervisors: Board poised to lean against tax increase, decrease proposed school appropriation

Proposed tax increase not likely Only two supervisors, Tucker and Bill Melton of District 4, supported Weiler’s suggestion to enact a 2-cent increase in real estate taxes to offset revenue lost by devaluation in the most recent real estate reassessment. Weiler noted that alongside $11.4 million in pressing projects in the proposed Capital Improvement Plan, the county has $13 million in other capital needs, like sheriff’s vehicles, technology upgrades, school buses and building repairs. Without the 2-cent tax increase, Weiler told supervisors, the county can only pay for $5.9 million of the $24.5 million in CIP and other capital needs she has identified. When District 3 board member Barry Hodge pointed to trends of increasing revenue due to new development in the

do better.� The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on its proposed budget and tax rate at 7 p.m. on Monday,

May 5, in the Village Building, and is set to vote on both items during a meeting set for Monday, May 12. Detailed budget and Capital Improvement Plan

documents are available at www.powhatanva.gov. Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Local and The King William Local.

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Weiler stood by her proposal to increase the school appropriation by $609,000. Altman told the supervisors that declines in schools can make business attraction and retention tough. While supervisors reconsidered two sheriff’s deputies and three 911 dispatchers requested by the sheriff, they opted, as Weiler did before them, not to fund the extra positions. They also did not grant a request to provide a $6,000 contribution toward new uniforms for the Powhatan Volunteer Rescue Squad. Supervisors did include in their proposed budget a 2 percent merit raise for all county employees, and although supervisors can’t technically dictate how their contribution to schools is spent, they urged the Powhatan County School Board to use part of its appropriation to fund a corresponding 2 percent raise for school employees.

pervisors that they ultimately have the option to approve a budget amount and tax rate lower than what they’ve advertised, but can’t pass something higher without going through the advertisement and public hearing process again. “Advertise something that allows the citizens to have input into your final decision,� Weiler said. Melton echoed that point. “What’s wrong with advertising the 92 cents?� Melton asked, noting that once supervisors hear from the public, they can always opt to keep their rates level. After supervisors determined what the majority of their members preferred and agreed on the budget to advertise, teacher JoAnn Woodson said she is disappointed and feels as a citizen that she hasn’t been given an opportunity to give input on whether the budget should be larger and tax rate should be higher. “I feel like we’ve missed a big opportunity,� Woodson said. She added that Powhatan County’s school administrators are underpaid. “If you don’t start paying them, we’ll stop getting good ones and everything will start to crumble,� Woodson said. School Board chairman Rick Cole said he often hears from parents who are considering moving to Powhatan County because it has good schools. “I fear a slow slide into mediocrity for our schools,� Cole said. “We have absorbed budget cut after budget cut, and we’ve done it with a lot of grace and a lot of dignity, but we can’t keep absorbing that,� he added, noting that needed repairs and purchases of instructional materials continue to be delayed. He added that he personally would prefer a 2-cent increase now to a larger one down the road. Opportunity for “We’re doing a bare public input? bones job at this point,� Weiler reminded the su- Cole said. “This county can

county, Weiler responded that with new residential construction comes new need for government services. Either way, the county still faces a severe shortfall when it comes to meeting capital needs, she added. Melton said major taxpayer outcry hasn’t accompanied “revenue neutral� tax increases before and that raising the 90-cent tax rate to 92 cents is a prudent step. “Our county administrator is the person who runs our county. She has asked us to address capital needs that need to be addressed,� Melton said. “I am for the 92 cents. It’s still not going to fix anywhere close to what’s facing us, but it’s a step.� Jason Moore, who represents District 2, disagreed. Taxpayers have seen property values fall for two reassessment cycles, he said. “People are tired of paying more money for devalued property,� Moore said. “It’s causing frustration.� Hodge said taxpayers who can’t be at regular Board of Supervisors meetings sent a clear message on tax rates during the last election. “We’re going to have to think outside the box on this one,� Hodge said, urging Weiler and her staff to examine phased approaches to capital needs. Tucker said he agrees with Melton on the tax rate. “We are courting disaster with our CIP, but the majority has spoken here,� Tucker said. He also reminded the rest of the board that delays in maintenance can cause bigger problems, like rotting wood and collapsed ceilings due to roof leaks. “The longer we wait, the more expensive things get,� Tucker said.

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The Episcopal Churches of Powhatan welcome you!

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

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

EVERGREEN COMMUNITY CHURCH Proclaiming & Practicing the Gospel of Jesus Christ

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

598-8844 Rev. Leonard Liu, Pastor

New Harvest Church

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

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

Visitors Welcome The Rev. Stephen P. Beatty, Vicar

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

794-6401 www.manakin.org

Bethesda Community Church

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Providence Presbyterian Church

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

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

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

Pastor Linda Beyond Our Doors Lowe

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

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

Powhatan United Methodist Church Meeting Sundays in Powhatan, Midlothian, Fork Union & Online. Visit pccwired.net for services times & locations. 598-1174 pccwired.net

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

www.powhatanumc.us 2253 Rosson Road

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

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

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

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United Methodist Church PASTOR TIM KENNELL 804-598-0240, 598-3365 Interpreting Services for the Deaf Available

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

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The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors has opted not to pursue a recommended 2-cent real estate tax increase. Would you be in favor of a 2-cent tax increase to handle the county’s capital needs? E-mail answers to editor@powhatantoday.com or submit them online. Visit www.powhatantoday.com to see fellow residents’ responses.

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Speak up about supervisors’ plans with the new budget By Melody Kinser Managing Editor

Powhatan County residents will get the opportunity to speak out on the proposed budget, which, in some regards, could be described as the good, the bad and the ugly. At 7 p.m. on Monday, May 5, citizens can take the podium and address the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors. After some surprising revelations at an April 9 workshop session, members of the public are encouraged to voice their opinions. We will point out, though, that the supervisors are to be commended for agreeing that county employees deserve a 2 percent merit raise. And, even though they cannot direct how members of the Powhatan County School Board uses the funds, the supervisors are urging that they too give their employees the 2 percent pay hike. While it is good news that a proposed tax increase is unlikely, the other side of the coin in terms of bad news would be that Powhatan County Public Schools may not be in line to receive as much funding as recommended by county administrator Pat

Weiler. And then there’s the ugly side with no additional funding heading to the Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office or Powhatan Volunteer Rescue Squad. Requested monies were to be used for additional deputies, 911 dispatchers and uniforms. Times are tough and we are all aware of the economic woes plaguing our nation. That being said, some services not only need but demand additional monies to provide the support necessary to keep our people safe and secure. We can sympathize with the financial struggles our county faces, but public safety and education are always priorities. This isn’t to diminish the significance of other services by any means. We hope the leadership – and the supervisors were elected to guide the county in a positive direction, including prosperity – take into consideration all facets before putting a final “no” on some funding issues. Since they have until May 12, at which time the vote on the budget will be taken, we’re going to be optimistic that more discussion and public input will sway the supervisors before that final approval is made.

Simply listening can often yield the greatest of gifts By Roslyn Ryan Richmond Suburban News

Last week, while attempting to tame some out-of-control bookshelves at my house, I came across a book I hadn’t picked up in years. Titled “Listening is an Act of Love,” the book is a collection of interviews collected and archived through National Public Radio’s Story Corps program. If you’ve never heard of Story Corps, here is the gist: regular folks — we’re not talking about movie stars or high profile athletes here — are interviewed by family members or close friends and the stories they share are then transcribed and archived. Those being interviewed might share a personal memory, an obstacle they overcame, or even just a brief synopsis of their lives to that point. No matter what they say, however, the stories of these so-called “ordinary people” are almost always far more memorable and touching than one might expect. Some, in fact, are simply remarkable. After coming across the book, as you might imagine, I suddenly found a good excuse to take a short break from my shelf-straightening mission. As you might also imagine, that short break soon stretched into an entire afternoon as I paged through interview after interview. Like many people, I have always enjoyed listening to other people’s

stories. And with that comes a gnawing fear that those stories will be lost forever once the storyteller is gone. Stashed away in a box in my closet, I have a small stack of cassette tapes bound with a fat rubber band. Carefully written on each jacket is one word: “Nanny.” On each tape is a part of a long, winding conversation I had with my grandmother before she died, conversations in which she talked about her children, her own parents, and her memories of growing up in New York City, back when snow days were announced by tying tin cans to the back of the trolley cars. These tapes are my some of my most treasured possessions —indeed, my only regret is that I ran out of time to make more. These days, as we scurry about our lives, posting status updates and “liking” our friends’ vacation photos, it’s easy to get the feeling that we are, perhaps, more connected to each other than we actually are. Listening, as the book title suggests, is an act of love — but it is also an act that enriches the lives of both the speaker and the listener. As you go about tending to everything on your to-do list this spring, I hope you also get a chance to sit down, take a listen, and actually get to know someone you already thought you knew. Who knows: It might be the best gift either of you get this year. Roslyn Ryan is editor of The Goochland Gazette.

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O B I T UA R I E S William Breede BREEDE, William Joseph “Bill,” 84, of Midlothian, passed away on April 5, 2014. He was born on January 3, 1930, to the late Anna Jane and William A. Breede. He was preceded in death by his wife of 37 years, Ramona Ann Rebar; his youngest son, Paul Frederick; two brothers, Joseph and Francis Breede; and three sisters, Anna-Marie Zurn, Kathleen Riley and Mary Jane Beecher. Survivors include three sons, William Joseph Jr. of Milboro, Reginald Francis of Mount Dora, Fla., and Timothy James of Midlothian; two daughters, Robin Lee Lyerly and her husband Jimmy of Midlothian and Rhonda Jean Weeks and her husband Randy of Powhatan; four grandchildren,Tara Dana Cliborne, Andrew Joseph Weeks, Christine Ramona Weeks and Paul Frederick Breede Jr.; one great-granddaughter, Lydia Rose Cliborne; and many nieces and nephews. Breede was a U.S. Army veteran of the Korean War and a Golden Gloves award winner for boxing in the Army. He loved fishing, baseball (Richmond/Atlanta Braves) and “The Price Is Right.” His remains rested at the Huguenot Chapel of Woody Funeral Home at 1020 Huguenot Rd., where the family received friends on April 9, and where funeral services were held on April 10. Interment will be at Southville Cemetery in upstate New York at a later date. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Care Center.

Percy “Ronnie” Hall HALL, Percy Ronald “Ronnie,” 71, of Southern Shores, N.C., died April 7, 2014. Ronnie was born and raised in Disputanta and then resided in Colonial Heights until 2010, before retiring to Outer Banks, N.C. Having attained the title of Master Electrician, he retired from Ft. Lee as an electrical planner estimator. Ronnie was well known for his musical ability and played in a variety of bands in Virginia for over 50 years including “Wayne and the Aggressors,” “Southland,” “Border Crossing” and others. He was preceded in death by his parents, William C. Hall Sr. and Rosa Lee Slagle Hall; brother, William C. Hall Jr.; and a much loved, Uncle Billy. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Barbara Anne Jenkins Hall; his daughters, Lori Diggs and husband, George, of Charlotte, N.C. and Debbie King and husband, Tim, of Powhatan; grandchildren, Zachary King, Courtney King and Kayla Diggs; aunt, Genny; sister-in-law, Rose Hall; and numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of his life was held at the residence in Outer Banks, N.C., 47 Juniper Trail, on April 13. A memorial service was held at Newville Methodist Church in Newville on April 15. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Dare County Hospice or Muddy Creek Baptist Church Youth in Powhatan.

Hospital. Mr. Mason was born in Rockbridge County and reared in Franklin. He was the last of six children of the late Charles Raymond and Eddie MASON Belle Duff Mason. He was predeceased by two sisters, Lucille Briley and Mary Frances Ball; and three brothers, Hunter, Carl and Wallace. Mr. Mason was an Army veteran and a retired supervisor in the Paper Mill for Union Camp Corporation. He enjoyed hunting, fishing and golfing and being with his family. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Shirley Johnson Mason; one daughter, Tammy Mason Montgomery (Gary) of Powhatan; two sons, Greg Mason (Belinda) and Ronnie Mason (Pat), both of Franklin; four grandchildren, Cheryl Mason Drake (Eric), Brent R. Mason (Stephanie) and Austin and Hunter Montgomery; three great-grandchildren, Brooklynn and Garrett Drake and Dawson Joyner; a host of nieces and nephews; and his faithful cat, Tom. The funeral was conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 12, 2014, at Wright Funeral Home with the Rev. James H. Hyatt Jr. officiating. Burial followed in Poplar Spring Cemetery. The family received friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home and suggests memorial donations be made to the “Brent R. Mason Benefit Fund” (to assist with Raymond’s grandson, Brent, who is battling oral cancer), c/o Cheryl Mason Drake, 31207 Sands Rd., Newsoms, Va. 23874. www.wrightfuneralhome.org

Robert Mayo MAYO, Robert Lee, 95, of Midlothian departed this life Wednesday, April 2, 2014, in Mechanicsville. He is survived by his devoted wife of 69 years, Carol Drew Mayo; devoted daughter, Cynthia Mayo; devoted granddaughter, Michelle Sweeney; other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, April 8, 2014, at the Little Zion Baptist Church in Powhatan. Interment followed in the church cemetery. The Rev. Gregory Beechaum, pastor, officiated. Marian Gray Thomas Funeral Home of Cumberland in charge of services.

Mozelle Seay

SEAY, Mozelle F. “Bonnie,” 89, of Chesterfield, went to be with the Lord on Friday, April 4, 2014. She was preceded in death by her husband of 53 years, Earl Vance Seay. She is survived by her sons, Ashley V. Seay of Powhatan and Alvin E. Seay of Chesterfield; granddaughter, Amanda R. Kuykendall of Chesterfield. She was a faithful member of Wamsley Boulevard United Methodist Church for 60 years. She retired from the DMV Headquarters in 1987. The family received friend on Sunday, April 6, 2014, at Blileys Chippenham, 6900 Hull Street Rd., where a funeral ceremony followed. Interment was in Dale Memorial Raymond Mason Park. In lieu of flowers, memorial MASON, Raymond Eugene, 86, contributions may be made to the of Franklin, passed away April 9, Wamsley Boulevard United Method2014, at Southampton Memorial ist Church General Fund.

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Family story hours are held at 10:30 Awaken to Hope Al-Anon meeting will Tuesday, April 22 be held at 7:30 p.m. at St. John Neua.m. at the Powhatan Library on Monmann Catholic Church located at 2489 The Chrysalis Writers Group will meet day and Wednesday. Library hours are Batterson Road in Powhatan. at 5 p.m. in the small meeting room of 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday the Powhatan County Library. For more and Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday information, call 804-598-1795. and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday. Gam- Powhatan AA will meet at 8 p.m. in the Powhatan Village Building. ing days are held from 3 to 6 p.m. on An AA meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the first and third Fridays of each St. Luke’s Episcopal Church on Huguemonth. The library is closed on Sundays Friday, April 18 not Trail. and county holidays. For more informaFish Fry Fridays will be held from 5 to 7 tion, call 804-598-5670. p.m. St. John Neumann Catholic Church Bingo games start at 7 p.m. at the Powhatan Moose Lodge every Tuesday. For located at 2489 Batterson Road in PowThe Women’s Club of Powhatan meets more information, call 804-598-2809. hatan. at 10 a.m. at the Powhatan Armory. The Women’s Club handles the Powhatan The Powhatan Moose Lodge will host a An Alzheimer’s Association training Clothes Closet, which is the main source class, “Living with Alzheimer’s and Desmoke-free Bingo. Doors open at 6 p.m. of money for their many philanthropic mentia: The Moderate Stage Series — with games starting at 7 p.m. For more projects such as the Powhatan Rescue for Caregivers. “Coping with the Disinformation, call 804-598-2809. Squad and the Fire Department, many ease” will be held from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at scholarships for the students at all of Kay’s Krafters – a small branch of From the Powhatan County Library at 2270 the Powhatan Schools, as well as many the Heart Stitchers will meet from 1 to 5 Mann Road in Powhatan. Advance regother projects. Most of the funds raised p.m. For more information, including istration is required by calling 804-967are put back into the county. For more location, call Donna at 804-598-7514. 2580. information, call Sue Kornegay at 804Visit www.fromtheheartstitchers.org to 598-1014. find out more. H.O.P.E. – Helping Others Prepare for Eternity is a Ladies Group will meet at 7 The 2014 My Powhatan Photo Contest p.m in the Fellowship Hall at Cartersville Saturday, April 19 is underway. Now is the time to pick up Baptist Church. All women are invited to your camera and collect your photo- Powhatan AA will meet at 8 p.m. at join. H.O.P.E encourages Christian develgraphs, choosing your favorite one. Manakin Episcopal Church on Hugueopment of ladies in the church and comThere will be two submission categonot Trail. munity through missions, spiritual outries: Adults and Under 18. Only one reach, community involvement, and submission per photographer will be The Christian Motorcyclists Association Christian fellowship. They take their allowed. Print must be 8x10-inch in Powhatan chapter Living Wheels will name to heart and work hard to do God’s size. The photographs will be displayed meet at 6 p.m. at Company 1 Fire station will on many levels, supporting local, at the Powhatan County Public Library located at the intersection of Old Buckstate, national, and international misduring National Library Week. The pubingham Road and Mann Road. Learn sions on a regular basis. lic will vote and the winning photoabout what members have been doing graphs will be framed by Complete and where their next ride or event will Wednesday, April 23 Picture and permanently exhibited in be. For more information, call 804- 598the library. The winners also will receive 1834 or 804-357-6730 or 804-512-8835. The Women’s Club of Powhatan meets a book bag from the Friends of the Liat 10 a.m. at the Powhatan Armory. The brary and a chance to fill it with free The HOPE Ministry Supper Table monthWomen’s Club handles the Powhatan ly dinner will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. books from the book sale. Clothes Closet, which is the main source Dinners are served at the Powhatan of money for their many philanthropic County Fair building at 4317 Anderson Thursday, April 17 projects such as the Powhatan Rescue Hwy. The Supper Table serves those in Squad and the Fire Department, many The Powhatan Ruritan Club will meet at need and the elderly of Powhatan Counscholarships for the students at all of 6:30 p.m. at the Powhatan United Methty. For more information, including if the Powhatan Schools, as well as many odist Church. Dinner will be served foltransportation is needed to and from other projects. Most of the funds raised lowed by a program and a brief meetthe Fair Building, contact Mamie Scott at are put back into the county. For more ing. It is a community service 804-382-9154. Free food and fellowship information, call Sue Kornegay at 804organization dedicated to the county. are provided. Bring a friend and/or 598-1014. All are welcome. For more information, neighbor! call Larry Cary at 804-598-5194. Library family story hours (see above). Sunday, April 20 The library is closed on Sundays and The Powhatan Chamber of Commerce county holidays. 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display. Each year brings a few changes to the contest. Last year the library added another category, with adult and under-18 divisions. This year organizers decided to limit entries to one submission per photographer. The Friends of the Library will give each winner a book bag and coupon to fill it with free books from the May book sale. The Complete Picture will frame and hang the two new photographs with the rest of the collection on exhibit in the atrium of the library. For more information, go to the website at www. powhatanlibrary.net or call the library at 804598-5670.

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LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 It’s time to lighten up, Libra. Throw a party, take a trip or hang out with friends. Just be sure to focus on fun and let other concerns fall by the wayside for a little while.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 A challenge is on the horizon, Capricorn. But remain calm and you will handle every challenge that comes your way. Aries provides some extra help.

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AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, some may call you stubborn, but “dedicated” might be a more appropriate term. Once your mind is set, it is hard to pull you off course, and this week is no different.

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A conversation with David Prince

PJHS SOFTBALL Girls finish as runners-up in Powhatan Invitational

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To call David Prince a busy young man might be an understatement. The senior at PHS plays varsity football and baseball, volunteers for the Powhatan Fire Department, and has long been a highly-active member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. He also has three state championship rings - two in football, one in baseball - from his playing days at Blessed Sacrament Hugenot. On top of all those extracurricular activities, Prince also maintains a 3.5-plus grade point average and has worked at his father’s business, Prince Construction, since the age of 16. Last week, just moments after leaving school on a Friday, Prince took the time to talk about the difference between public and private school athletics, his mentorship with Mt. Zion Baptist Church, and the rare black coyote his killed this past season.

How did you first get into football and baseball? My dad started me out at six years old. I’ve been playing ever since, pee-wee all the way up through senior year. I won two state title rings with the

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David Prince (right) with the Reverend Bryan J. Stevens of Mount Zion Baptist Church during a Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration. Stevens handpicked Prince to be a part of a mentorship program.

BSH football team and one Henderson, contacted me and with baseball team. wanted me to transfer to BSH. He left to coach Douglas FreeWhat made you transfer to man after my junior year. So it Powhatan High School for was different personnel there. That made me decide to come your senior year? back to Powhatan. There were a lot of things going on at Blessed Sacrament, How have you seen public so my mom and my dad decid- school athletics differing ed to switch me back to Pow- from private school? hatan. I went to Powhatan up Powhatan is obviously a lot until my ninth grade year. Then the BSH football coach, Mike bigger than Blessed Sacrament.

It’s more competition, but you get seen more in the private school system by colleges. Do you plan on playing football or baseball in college? I still haven’t decided if I want to play for HampdenSydney yet. If anything, it would be baseball. I haven’t decided if I want to play baseball at Hampden-Sydney or just go to school at Hampden Sydney. see Prince page 6B

On Saturday, April 5, the Powhatan Junior High School softball team competed in the third annual Powhatan Invitational softball tournament. The Indians breezed through the first two games of the tournament, defeating Louisa 16-1 and Colonial Heights 11-5. Those 27 total runs are the most Powhatan has scored over a two-game span this season. “That’s probably the best the girls have hit all year,” said Powhatan head coach Karyn Jackson. “It seemed like we got on base every time we put the bat on the ball.” But the Indians couldn’t carry their offensive firepower over to the championship game against Prince George. Although they played a talented Royals squad very tightly, they weren’t able to complete the tournament sweep. The Indians fell 4-2 and finished as runners-up. “Prince George is defisee PJHS page 7B

Indians drop fourth straight home game Monticello scores five first-inning runs in 8-4 victory By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

On April 9, the Indians took the field for their first district game with the hope of earning their first victory of the season. Their opponent was Monticello, a team the Indians went 0-2 against in 2013. It took only one halfinning for the Indians to realize they were in for another rough night in front of the home crowd. The Mustangs scored five runs in the top of the first, withstood an Indians comeback attempt in the bottom of the sev-

enth, and eventually won their first district game of the season, 8-4. Powhatan starter Peyton Mawyer struggled from the onset. In the first inning – his only inning of work - the sophomore threw 28 pitches and allowed five runs. He had a difficult time finding the strike zone, walking three of the 15 batters he faced. When his pitches found the plate, the Monticello hitters made him pay. Robert Deane had a scorching two-RBI double. Tre Dudley added an RBI single. All-inall, Mawyer allowed five hits. Mawyer’s rough outing came as a surprise, considering how well he threw against Cosby in his first start of the season. He had looked

poised and confident – not unlike the ace of the staff - against a tough Titans team. But there was no sign of that pitcher against Monticello. When he was pulled for Teddy Dennis in the top of the second, the Indians trailed 6-0. Dennis was the first of three Powhatan pitchers to make their debut on hill. The trio of relievers – which included David Prince and Adam Hockaday - did a commendable job of stalling the Mustangs offense. They allowed only two runs over the final six innings, a combined effort that took on increased significance when the Indians attempted a comeback late in the game. see Indians page 6B

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Former county athletes shine at next level A quick look at how former stars are faring in the college game

don Dowes and Derek Fisher were named to the preseason All-American team and have undoubtedly imparted some of their baseball wisdom on the youthful Allen. Virginia’s record sits at 29-5, and their No. 1 ranking is still intact, so Allen will have to wait patiently in the wings until his time to make a difference arises.

By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

The county of Powhatan has produced quite a few collegiate athletes over the past few years. Here’s a look at how 13 of them are faring at the next level.

Rachael Walters/ Radford/Softball Rachael Walters has followed up a freshman campaign in which she earned All-Big South honors with another solid season in the circle for the Highlanders. As of April 9, she had thrown 84 innings, behind only Abby Morrow (91.1 innings) for most on the team. In addition to being one of the most dependable arms in the rotation, she’s also been the most electric, striking out 87 of the 331 batters she’s faced. The accolades continue to pile up as she steadily mows down hitters. Earlier this season, she was named The Crons Brand Big South Pitcher of the Week. The award – which she’s received three times - was well deserved: Over a three game stretch in early April, she went 2-1 with a 1.21 ERA, striking out 14 batters and throwing two complete games.

Joe Manion/Saint Joseph’s/Baseball Sophomore Joe Manion is in his first season on the hill for Philadelphia-based school after spending one season at Longwood University. He showed promise as a member of the Lancers – he had strong outings against Norfolk State, William & Mary, and SUBMITTED PHOTOS James Madison – but Tyler Allen (left) of the University of Virginia hasn’t been particularly poses with Luke Scherzer of Virginia Tech after effective since joining up a game between the two schools. Allen and with the Hawks. Ten Scherzer were teammates at Powhatan High earned runs in 11 innings School. of work have left the 5’8 aside, perhaps his most southpaw with an ERA in Luke Scherzer/ impressive achievement Virginia Tech/ of the young season is Baseball going into Alex Box StaThough he’s only a dium against No. 2 Louitrue freshman, Luke siana State and retiring Scherzer has been one of three consecutive Tigers the most valuable right- hitters. handed relievers in the Tyler Allen/Virginia/ Hokies’ bullpen so far in Baseball 2014. He’s made 14 apTyler Allen, a true pearances – second most on the team – and leads freshman, hasn’t logged all Virginia Tech relief that much playing time pitchers with four saves. with the Cavaliers this He’s notched two wins, season (two at-bats in 36 both of which have come games), but he does have against big-time Atlantic the privilege of learning Coast Conference from two of the best outschools: Notre Dame and fielders at the Division I Pittsburgh. Statistics level. Teammates Bran-

the 8.00s. But time is in Manion’s favor: He’s only in his second year, so there is plenty of time to get back on course and write a solid ending to his baseball career.

far, she’s driven in 13 runs.

Nick Maiolo/ Randolph-Macon/ Baseball The 2014 season has

been the year of Nick Camryn Smith/ Virginia State/Softball Maiolo. After suffering a Camryn Smith was borderline unstoppable during her freshman year at Virginia State. As the team’s top utility player – she played several infield positions – she led the Trojans with a .480 average, received numerous postseason accolades, and was awarded the Dominion Diversity Scholarship worth $5,000. Her team has been on a hotstreak so far in 2014 (186), but Smith has cooled off a bit on an individual level. Through 23 games, she’s hitting .282 with .312 on-base percentage. Despite the drop-off in average, she continues to be one of the team’s biggest run producers. So

serious shoulder injury that kept him sidelined his entire freshman season, Maiolo, the Yellow Jackets starting catcher, has been making up for lost time during his sophomore campaign. He leads the team in three major offensive categories, including home runs (four), RBI (30) and slugging percentage (.628). Maiolo- whose younger brother, Tony, is a member of the PHS baseball team – has shown no sign of slowing down. Against Roanoke College on April 6, he hit two home runs and drove in four runners. As his long-time battery mate Tanner Phillips said, see Alumni page 7B

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Opening Day for PYAA softball The rec softball “ season gets underway, with a new theme song to boot By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

With the smell of sunscreen in the air and the temperature rising into the low 80s, the Powhatan Youth Athletic Association ushered in another season of Dixie softball on Saturday, April 12. The opening ceremony – which took place on the hallowed grounds of Turner Field, located behind the administration building – was a joyous and festive occasion. Moments before the official ceremony got underway, kids of all ages could be seen bouncing around the grounds with various types balloon art perched upon their heads and grasped in their tiny palms. The balloon designs were courtesy of Uncle Curt the Clown, who made a swift exit mere moments before the girls took the field to be recognized. Though he was gone, his spirit lived on the heads and in the hands of the scores of children wandering around the perimeter of Turner Field and beyond. Around 10:50, parents, coaches and administrators attempted to round up the girls along the fence-line – no small

task, considering the amount of energy the young lasses had - in preparation for the beginning of the ceremony. The infield started out completely empty, but steadily filled up until the baseline between first and second, second and third was packed with hundreds of girls ranging in age from five to 16. The oldest team, the Debs, were the first called out, and the remaining teams were announced in descending order of age. One of the most collectively amusing parts of the afternoon – based on the number of chuckles heard on the field and in the crowd – was listening to the highly creative and often times pun-centric team nicknames being rattled off over the loudspeaker. Several of these names – including the Electric Slide, the Luna-chicks, and the Sassy Sluggers - elicited howling laughter from the crowd. The edgiest of all the names, however, was undoubtedly “The Miss Deameanors.” “The Miss Deameanors, can you believe that?” laughed Whitney Rhoden, commissioner of PYAA softball, at the conclusion of the ceremony. “I can’t believe they even got away with that.” Another highlight of the day’s festivities included the freshly unveiled PYAA softball theme song. According to Rhoden, the song which is set to the melody of the ‘70s disco clas-

sic “YMCA” - was recorded by Billy Hawkins, a coach for the Darlings softball team and the former host of a morning radio show entitled “Breakfast with Billy.” One of the verses is as follows: Parents, are you ready to cheer? Coaches, get your girls in their gear. Umpires, they’ll be making the calls. Powhatan, we love our softball! It’s fun to play in the P-Y-A-A! Powhatan legend Warren “Ace” Tooley, the long time director of Parks and Rec., was called upon to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. He waited patiently in front of the home dugout – gently tossing a neonyellow softball in the air – until his time came to approach the pitcher’s circle. The crowd greeted him with a warm, enthusiastic round of applause. Mikayla Sutherland had PHOTO BY MIKE SCHOEFFEL the honor of catching Tooley’s toss. True to Warren “Ace” Tooley threw out the first pitch at the PYAA softball form, Tooley fired a opening ceremony on April 12. Tooley has been highly-involved in strike. Afterward, he po- the Parks and Recreation Department for nearly two decades. litely shook Sutherland’s’s hand and made his way into the “One of the most collectively amusing crowd for a round of hugs. parts of the afternoon - based on the Rhoden said she number of chuckles heard on the field and couldn’t have been hapin the crowd - was listening to the highly pier with the way in which the proceedings creative and (sometimes) pun-centric team transpired. nicknames being rattled off over the “We have such a great turnout this year,” she loudspeaker.” said, as the girls cleared the field. “I’m excited to get the season started.”

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PYAA basketball continues to grow Four months into its existence, PYAA Chiefs basketball has been a success

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would have a solid foundation of fundamentals by the time they reached the next level. The long term goal of the program – which is now affiliated with the Powhatan Youth Athletic – is to operate as a feeder organization to the Powhatan High School basketball team, which historically has been weaker than the football and baseball programs. The PYAA Chiefs basketball club (as it’s now called) is a little over four months old, and according to Fink, things have gone far better than he had planned. “The winter/spring season went very well,” said Fink. “Participation was greater than expected. We were a bit on the low end for the 6-to-9 age group,

but we are expecting a higher number going into the summer/fall season.” Speaking of the summer/fall season, sign-ups for the 3-on-3 league are already underway at www. pyaabasketball.com, Fink said. Anyone between the ages 6 and 18 is eligible to participate. But before the next 3on-3 season can get started, there is a full-slate of all-star games set to be played this summer. As would be expected, the players that make up the all-star teams are the cream of the crop from the 3-on3 league. Fink said he had enough player interest to field two teams: a 6th and 7th grade team, and an 8th and 9th grade team. Both squads are sanctioned by the National Travel Bas-

ketball Association (NTBA). “The NTBA is a travel basketball program that specifically facilitates youth basketball tournaments on a national level,” said Fink. “Both of our all-star teams are still in their infancy stage: They’ve only played one tournament a-piece thus far.” Fink said the two teams recently competed in “one of the biggest tournaments” in Virginia. Though he admitted that the Powhatan teams were a bit overmatched, he believes it was a valuable experience for players and coaches alike. “The scores for both teams did not reflect well,” he said. “But the coaches agreed that much

was learned and strengths and weakness were recognized. The tournament has given us direction and revealed areas that will require more practice.” As for the future plans of the program, Fink has a few ideas up his sleeve. “We hope to have a total of eight teams next year of both genders and age groups. Perhaps a 5th/6th grade team and a 10th/11th grade team,” he said. “We are planning to host a tournament in Powhatan in May, pending participation. Also, we plan to host a youth camp for 6 to 9 year olds in May.” More information about the league can be found at www.pyaabasketball.com .

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Indians: Biringer finished with 2 RBI Continued from page 1B

Powhatan got on the board in the sixth. With one out and the bases loaded, Cody Mann singled to center, bringing

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back-to-back fielder’s choices to end the inning. In the bottom of the seventh, the Indians continued on the comeback trail. After shrinking the score to 8-2, Carter Biringer unleashed Powhatan’s highlight of the night, and perhaps their most exciting offensive play this season: a basesloaded double to deep left field that plated Rodgers and Parker Mead. The ball’s trajectory made it seem destined to clear the fence, but it fell just short, plopping on the warning track with a “THUD!” Biringer’s run-producing double energized the crowd – which was forced to endure temperatures that dipped into the 40s – but it wasn’t enough to bring the Indians their first victory of the season. Three batters later, with two runners on, Logan Kennedy grounded out to end the game. Monticello got a strong outing out of southpaw starter Caleb Archer, who struck out three in five scoreless innings. The Mustangs’ relievers – L C, C Lee and J Heurchert – weren’t nearly as effective (they allowed three earned runs in two innings of work), but Monticello already had a healthy lead by the time the Indians bats caught fire.

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You are shadowing your pastor [Reverend Bryan J. Stevens] at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Is the ministry something you’re considering going into later in life?

He asked me to mentor under him. So I just started shadowing him and it turned out to be pretty cool. There was a breakfast for all the churches in Powhatan for Black History Month and we were there with different pastors. Each pastor had a different understudy. And there was a set thing in the program they had to do. Things like that.

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He thought I resembled him the I killed seven deer, and I also got a most, I guess. I’ve been in church for black coyote. One of the first ones my whole life. I’m there every single ever killed in Powhatan. I got him on Sunday. a piece of land near Powhatan ComHow has being a mentor helped munity Church [on route 60]. I killed you improve your character? an eight pointer with a 17-inch spread. I feel like it helped me tremendously. It teaches me the value of being a Christian and keeps my head on So what are your postgraduation plans? straight. How did you first get involved I committed to Hampden Sydney with the volunteer fire this week. I’m going to be a business major with a minor in biology. department? My cousin, Jared Sayles, got me in there and I’ve been stuck ever since. I’ve been there for about six months. I’ve enjoyed it a lot. I’m working on my certification, so I can be a cleared firefighter. That way I can enter into the house and the whole nine yards.

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Alumni: Marshall has become one of Christopher Newport University’s top pitchers Continued from page 2B

ting .179. Although Hagy has seemingly struggled “He’s straight mashing to find his stroke this year, right now.� he’s still very young just like Manion, his former teammate – and has Tanner Phillips/ ample to right the ship. Randolph-Macon/

Baseball Tanner Phillips has spent most of the season as the Yellow Jackets setup man, a pitcher that often acts as a bridge between the starter and the closer. Throwing to Maiolo, his former teammate at PHS, Phillips has made 12 appearances, which ranks third among Yellow Jackets relievers. His ERA is relatively high (5.93), but that number is a bit inflated thanks to a rough outing against Christopher Newport University on April 10 in which he gave up four runs. Before that, he had given up only five earned runs in 12 innings of work. The Randolph-Macon coaching staff has every reason to believe that Phillips will regain the form he showed prior to the CNU outing.

Boonie Hagy/ Roanoke/Baseball Boonie Hagy is in his sophomore season with the Roanoke College Maroons. During his freshman campaign, he started 32 of 33 games and drove in 17 runs. He’s hit a bit of a rough patch at the dish in 2014, resulting in decreased playing time. So far in 2014, he’s started five games and is hit-

Hannah Marshall/ CNU/Softball Sophomore Hannah Marshall has been one part of a two-headed pitching monster that has dominated opposing hitters all season long. She and fellow starter Krista Lewis have been borderline unhittable in 2014, combining for 24 of the Captains’ 28 wins. On an individual level, Marshall has won nine of her 13 starts while compiling a 2.82 ERA. Her dominance within the circle has helped the Captains – who advanced to the NCAA Regionals in 2013 – climb to the 14th spot in the Division III Top 25 poll. The Newport News-based school has two regular season games (Wesley and Chowan) left on their schedule before entering into the Capital Athletic Conference tournament on April 17.

34 games for the Captains. She’s done her fair share of bouncing around in the order, batting in the one and two holes at certain junctures this season, but often times quietly contributing from the 8th spot. She’s undoubtedly made her presence known at plate – her 29 hits are sixth on the team – but baserunning is where she’s truly flourished: She’s stolen nine bases, second highest on the team, and has only been thrown out once.

Micah Kingston/CNU/ Softball Micah Kingston is the most recent PHS graduate to join the CNU softball squad. Following Marshall and Shiflett before her, Kingston officially became a Captain in the fall of 2013. She hasn’t seen quite as much playing time as her two high school buddies, but she also has much less experience at the collegiate level. She’s been summoned to the batter’s box 12 times this season, managing two hits and one run scored.

Jen Balcom/ Rachael Shiflett/CNU/ Bridgewater/Softball Softball

nitely the hardest team we’ve faced this season,� said Jackson, who is in her 13th year at the helm of the program. “They beat Halifax in the tournament and we’ve only beaten Halifax twice since I’ve been here.� Though the Indians scored nearly 30 runs over the first two games, their bats were much less potent against Prince George. As Jackson noted, her team won’t have a chance to exact revenge on the Royals at any point this season since they hail from a different district. When asked why she thought her girls struggled

for-3 and drove in a run. Thanks to her modestbut-steady offensive contributions – she’s currently batting .270 with 11 runs scored – the Eagles boast a 16-11-1 overall record. They finished the regular season with three two-game series’ against Virginia Wesleyan, Guilford and McDaniel before beginning postseason play.

Sierra Ford/Richard Though she’s only a Bland/Softball

While Marshall has been doing her part on the mound, Rachael Shiflett, Marshall’s high school teammate, has been putting in solid work at the plate. Shiflett, an outfielder, has started all

freshman, Jen Balcom has been Bridgewater’s starting third baseman for the entire 2014 season. Perhaps the highlight of her season thus far came on March 11 against Ursinus, when she went 3-

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PHS graduate Sierra Ford leads the Richard Bland Community College softball team in hits, runs and stolen bases.

with the bats in the final game, Jackson noted the dominance of Prince George’s starting pitcher. “She was phenomenal. She made some really good pitches that the girls just couldn’t get their bats on. We started swinging better toward the end of the game, but it just wasn’t enough.� The girls may not have taken first-place, but there was plenty to take pride in. The two victories they enjoyed raised their overall record above the .500 mark (3-2). There were also several solid performances by individual players. McKenzie Raynor finished the weekend 4for-7 with a double and a

triple while contributing “great plays on third base during the championship game,� according to Jackson. Austin Lederman also swung the bat well, going 4-for-6 with a double over the three-game span. Megan English turned in an outstanding performance, striking out 10 batters in total. When asked what her players could take away from the tournament, Jackson offered a triedand-true sports truism that’s applicable to the real world. “Never give up,� said Jackson. “They did a great job of that. They don’t stop fighting just because they’re down and it’s late in the game.�

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Cumberland, Rt 60

Shell - Country Store

Dinwiddie’s

Anderson Hwy

Anderson Hwy

Dorset Market

Dorset Rd / Genito Rd

Frisby’s

2150 Anderson Hwy

Pow. Pharmacy

South Creek One

Cumberland, Rt 60

Henry’s

Anderson Hwy

Video Square

Anderson Hwy

Kim’s Deli

Rt 711 And Rt 522

Lucky’s

Rt 711

Sheetz

Flatrock, Anderson Hwy

Raman

Rt 60 And Rt 45

Food Lion (South Creek) South Creek One

R&M Bi-Rite

6345 Old Buckingham Rd.

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Powhatan Today, April 16, 2014

LEGALS LEGAL DISPLAY ADS

Legal Notices ABC LICENSES RAAS Investments, LTD Trading as Luckys, 20156 Huguenot Trail, Powhatan, Virginia 23139-4507. The above establishment is applying to the VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL (ABC) for a Wine and Beer On and Off Premises License to sell or manufacture alcoholic beverages. Altaf Kapadia, Member Corporation NOTE: Objections to the issuance of this license must be submitted to ABC no later than 30 days from the publishing date of the first of two required newspaper legal notices. Objections should be registered at www.abc.virginia.gov or 800-552-3200.

TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 2009 Highland Drive Powhatan, VA In execution of the Deed of Trust dated March 27, 1997, in the original principal amount of $69,360.00, recorded in Deed Book 332, page 749, in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court for the County of Powhatan, Virginia, default having occurred in the payment of the indebtedness thereby secured and at the request of the holder of the note, the undersigned, as Substitute Trustee, will sell at public auction at the front entrance of the Circuit Court for the County of Powhatan on April 23, 2014, at 10:50 a.m., the property located at the above address and described as Lot 18, Block P, Lake Shawnee Estates, along with privileges to the use of Lake Shawnee, subject to route of access indicated by plat of record attached to a deed recorded in aforesaid Clerk’s Office in Deed Book 106, page 144, County of Powhatan, Virginia. TERMS: CASH. PROPERTY SOLD AS IS WITH SPECIAL WARRANTY OF TITLE. A deposit of $5,000.00 or 10% of the successful bid amount (whichever is lower) will be required immediately of the successful bidder, in cash, cashier’s check or certified funds only payable to "FIRST COLONY TRUSTEES, LLC, TRUSTEE", balance due within 15 days from date of sale. No personal checks accepted. Upon purchaser’s default, the deposit shall be forfeited and the property resold at the risk and costs of the defaulting purchaser. Sale is subject to post sale confirmation and audit of the status of the loan including, but not limited to, determination of whether the borrower filed for bankruptcy protection, entered into any repayment agreement, reinstated or paid off the loan prior to the sale. In any such event, the sale shall be null and void, and the Purchaser’s sole remedy, in law or equity, shall be the return of the deposit without interest. Sale is subject to all prior liens, easements, restrictions, covenants, reservations and conditions, if any, of record, or other matters which would be disclosed by an accurate survey or inspection of the premises. Real estate taxes will be adjusted to the date of sale. All costs of conveyance, deed, examination of title, recording charges and grantor’s tax will be at the cost of the purchaser. All risks of casualty pass to the successful bidder. Additional terms may be announced at the time of sale. Time is of the essence. THIS IS A COMMUNICATION FROM A DEBT COLLECTOR. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. For Information Contact: FIRST COLONY TRUSTEES, LLC, Substitute Trustee(s) 14 061BF (81.67)at: P. O. Box 120450, Newport News, Virginia 23612-0450 (757) 597-6440 Publish on: April 9 & 16, 2014

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YARD & ESTATE SALES Yard Sale, Friday, April 18th, 8am until. 4595 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan. Rain Cancels!

All interested persons are invited to attend the hearing. The proposed Ordinance may be reviewed in the Powhatan County Administration Building, 3834 Old Buckingham Road, between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM of each business day. For additional information, please contact March Altman at (804) 598-5605. Persons requiring an accommodation in order to participate in the hearing should call (804) 598-5612, County Administration, at least three days prior to the meeting. TRUSTEE SALES

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Waterfront Home on 10 Acres 6430 Blenheim Rd Powhatan 3492 SF 4BR 4BA

WANTED JUNK CARS dead or alive. paying up to $1000. 804-577-1234

SIDING Miller’s Exterior Works All types of repair jobs, or new jobs! Decks, soffit & facia work, sheds, wood wrapping siding, siding repairs, re-siding old & new homes. Licensed. Call Marlin Miller 804-512-3131

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10 Acres With Streams and a Pond MLS#1404828 4051 Foxrun Rd Powhatan 2300 SF 3BR 3BA

A Chance to Own a Rental Property MLS# 1402281 & 1402291 118 Lily Dr. Cumberland/Powhatan Line 2 Units 1500 SF Total Each Also for sale - 32 Lily Dr.

To Be Built in Tilman’s Farm MLS# 1408908 & 1324515 3317 and 3321 Copeland Dr. Powhatan. 1st Floor Master’s available Dave Pollard, Keller Williams, Midlothian (804) 372-3440 DPollardRealtor@gmail.com www.GreatHomesVA.com Mark Fillgrove NMLS ID #255933 Prosperity Home Mortgage 804-405-9827

Merchandise MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE Bed - New Mattress Set in Plastic w/ warr. Full $99, Queen $109, King $189. Delivery/Lay -A-Way. Call 804-218-0680.

Financial Financial Policy LOANS: It’s illegal for companies doing business by phone to promise you a loan and ask you to pay for it before they deliver.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS PROPOSED ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2015 (FY 2015)

The Board of Supervisors of Powhatan County will hold a public hearing regarding the annual operating budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2015 (FY 2015). The hearing will be held on Monday, May 5, 2014, at 7:00 P.M. in the Village Building Auditorium, 3910 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia. A brief synopsis of the FY 2015 annual operating budget will be published in a subsequent advertisement at least seven days prior to the public hearing. All Powhatan citizens have the right to attend and state their views on the FY 2015 annual operating budget at the public hearing, within such reasonable time limits as shall be determined by the Board of Supervisors. The FY 2015 annual operating budget is scheduled to be adopted at a special meeting of the Board of Supervisors held at the same location on Monday, May 12, 2014 at 7:00 P.M.

CREDIT: Federal law allows you to correct your credit report for free. Credit repair clinics that do business by phone cannot request or receive payment until six months after they perform their service. INVESTMENT/BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES: Before you do business with a company, check it out with the Better Business Bureau.

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294 Brown Road Cumberland, VA 23040 3 bedrooms + office, 2 baths, $900/month 3791 Old Buckingham Road Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, attached garage $2,195/month 2228 Lakeview Drive Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $995/month 5001 Pontons Circle Amelia Courthouse, VA 23002 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, basement $1295/month 2790 Maidens Road Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, $1,195/month 3555 Timberview Road Powhatan, VA 23139 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2-car attached garage. $1,695/month 3281 Maidens Road Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms, 2 baths. $750/month

BUSINESS PROPERTY COMMERCIAL SPACE FOR RENT * 1300 SQ FT * SMALL OFFICE W/GARAGE * ON ROUTE 60 * ELECTRIC INCLUDED * $1250 * CALL BRUCE (804) 306-6372

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For free information about avoiding advance fee loan scams, credit repair scams or investment scams, write the Federal Trade Commission at Washington, D.C. 20580, or call the National Fraud Information Center, 1-800-876-7060. LENDING SERVICES LOW INTEREST FINANCING Borrow up to $10K and pay $265/mo. at 8%. Personal, auto and small business loans. Bad credit ok. Must be working full time. No upfront fees. Call toll free at 844-876-7600

Residential for Rent Apartment Referral Services Policy Apartment referral service companies sell lists of available apartments for rent in your area. Please read contracts thoroughly to ensure that you understand and agree to all the terms and the cancellation policy of the contract.

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Announcements

Notice is hereby given, pursuant to § 15.22204 of the Code of Virginia, that the Board of Supervisors of Powhatan County will conduct a public hearing on Monday, April 21, 2014, at 7:00 PM in the Village Building Auditorium, 3910 Old Buckingham Road, to consider Ordinance O-2014-08 to rezone approximately 517 acres of land in the Maple Grove at Fine Creek Subdivision (District 3, Bethesda/Lee’s Landing Electoral District) from R-5 Residential to A-10 Agricultural.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 2410 Academy Road Powhatan, VA 23139 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $294,820.00, dated April 24, 2009, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the County of Powhatan on May 13, 2009, as Instrument Number 090002331, in Deed Book 768, at Page 611, the undersigned appointed Substitute Trustee will offer for sale at public auction, at the main entrance of the courthouse for the Circuit Court of Powhatan County, 3880 Old Buckingham Rd, Powhatan, VA on May 12, 2014 at 3:00 PM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address and briefly described as: ALL that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, together with all improvements thereon and appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being in Spencer District, Powhatan County, Virginia, as shown and described on the following plat, recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia, and to which plat reference is hereby made for a more particular description. Tax ID: 027-43E . TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $11,000.00 or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, will be required in cash, certified or cashier’s check. Settlement within fifteen (15) days of sale, otherwise Trustee may forfeit deposit. Additional terms to be announced at sale. This is a communication from a debt collector. This notice is an attempt to collect on a debt and any information obtained will be used for that purpose. Loan Type: FHA (Trustee # 549158) Substitute Trustee: ALG Trustee, LLC, C/O Atlantic Law Group, LLC PO Box 2548, Leesburg, VA 20177, (703) 777-7101, website: http://w ww.atlanticlawgrp.com FEI # 1074.00240 04/16/2014, 04/23/2014

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Powhatan Today, April 16, 2014

CLASSIFIEDS INSTALLATION/REPAIR

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Electrical Automation Control Technician

INFORMATION TECH. Part-time IT Technicians Powhatan County is currently recruiting for a pool of evening part-time technicians for the purpose of public meeting setup. These technicians will be responsible for setting up meeting rooms for public or staff events, including set-up of computer equipment and DVD recorder, sound equipment, temperature control, setting up of laptop to display to monitors, basic troubleshooting if video camera feed is not working, ensuring staff laptop updates are current, and other duties necessary for the smooth operation of a meeting. Will be present during the meeting to assist if needed, and will secure the meeting room at the end of the session. and pm per $25 last

Applicants must have a high school diploma, proven experience with computers and sound systems, must have a basic working knowledge of Windows and Microsoft Office including Powerpoint presentations, ability to operate a computer projector and voice recording device, some knowledge and ability to operate a sound system control board, demonstrated customer service skills, and must be organized and reliable. Applications may be obtained at www.powhatanva.gov or at 3834 Old Buckingham Rd., Suite B. Positions open until filled.

INSTALLATION/REPAIR

Automotive Tech with va. State inspection lic. Flexible work schedule. Call Oliver 804-349-6545

Landscaping Helper needed part-time. Must have Experience & Good Driving Record. Please call 804-690-7471.

Etheridge Automation is the market leader in process control in the aggregate industry. We are seeking an EXPERIENCED Electrical Automation Control Technician for our manufacturing operations. Qualified candidate will have experience with automation and control systems, inclusive but not limited to, PLC automation control equipment as well as sensors. Responsibilities include providing technical support to customers as needed. Work will be performed with minimal supervision. Travel required, all expenses paid. We will only consider qualified EXPERIENCED candidates. We offer a comprehensive compensation package. Salary commensurate with work experience. Please send resume to: P. O. Box 685, Midlothian, VA 23113 or email to diane@etherid geautomation.com.

TRANSPORTATION & LOG. Part-time Bus Driver to assist with field trips, athletic events, and to serve as a substitute for daily runs. Must have CDL credentials. Interested, please contact Dr. Tracy Bonday-deLeon, tdeleon@bshknights.org or 804-598-4211.

MANUFACTURING & OPS

PAVING ALL- STAR PAVING RESIDENTIAL PAVING COMPANY BASED IN POWHATAN IN NEED OF AN EXPERIENCED ASPHALT ROLLER OPERATOR AND AN EXPERIENCED LUTE MAN, TO START IMMEDIATELY. APPLICANTS MUST BE DEPENDABLE, HARD WORKING, HAVE OWN TRANSPORTATION, AND PROVIDE JOB REFERENCES. THIS IS A PERMANENT, FULL TIME POSITION WITH BENEFITS. IF YOU MEET THESE QUALIFICATIONS, PLEASE GIVE US A CALL TODAY AT 598-0799.

Come join one of the top-rated places to work for caregivers nationwide - grow your career at SeniorBridge! We’re actively hiring: Certified Nursing Assistant in the Powhatan area We take pride in our staff and we’re pleased to offer the following: ∂ Competitive Wages ∂ 401k Benefits Program ∂ Paid Time Off (including part time positions!) ∂ Paid Training & onboarding ∂ Flexible start dates ∂ Referral bonuses ∂ Good work environments Must have at least 2 years of experience as a CNA APPLY TODAY - INTERVIEWS ASAP, FLEXIBLE START DATES (804) 282-0753

OTHER Awesome House Cleaners needed (no experience necessary): Hours: 8:00 - 4:00, M - F (no evenings or weekends). Caring, passionate & committed individuals who take pride in their work. A team player is a must! Salary: $10 to $12/hr. (except during training)+ vacation + personal days + holidays and other benefits. We do background checks and drug testing. Located in Powhatan. SET Cleaning Services 598-1005 or www.setcleanin g.com for application.

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