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Powhatan, Virginia

The hometown paper of Robert Primovic

Vol. XXVII No. 24

June 11, 2014

Fighting Creek playground equipment removed By Laura McFarland News Editor

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wo large playground structures in Fighting Creek Park are closed and scheduled to be dismantled by the end of the month, officials

said. The large structures in the park’s wooded playground area were monitored this winter and spring because of possible rotting to the wooden posts that support it, Mark Piper, Powhatan County’s facilities manager, said. The structures are more than a decade old, and the pressure-treated wood posts that were popular at the time they were installed have deteriorated with normal wear and tear, he said. The public works department looked into possibly doing repairs to see if it could keep the structure in good condition. But when they went to start the re-

pairs, employees noticed there was much more rot to the posts than was originally thought, he said. Some posts had gotten to the point “We felt it would be a danger to where they had rotted all the way through, compromising the equipallow the public and children to ment’s structural integrity. play on the structures.” “We felt it would be a danger to allow the public and children to play on the structures,” Piper said. Mark Piper The multi-climbing structures have Powhatan County facilities manager been closed with caution tape and signs placed all around them since May 14 and are expected to be dismantled by the end of June, he said. One of them was aimed at ages 2 to 5 while the other was for children ages 5 to 12. The other playground equipment in the park is made of metal and is still safe for children to use, Pat Weiler, county adminPHOTO BY LAURA MCFARLAND istrator, said. The playground is located near a picnic Two large playground structures in Fighting Creek Park are closed see PARK page 2A

Improved cell service closer due to supervisors’ action By Laura McFarland News Editor

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ome Powhatan County residents are one step closer to getting better cell phone coverage. The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors voted on Monday, June 2, to approve a conditional use permit for a proposed 195-foot monopole tower on Manakintown Ferry Road that is expected to boost service for some cell phone users in the area with the potential for more to be affected at a later date. County community development di-

Christmas Mother program needs new home By Laura McFarland News Editor

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he Powhatan Christmas Mother Everyday program might have to undergo major changes if it can’t find a new home soon. The local nonprofit had to move out of the War Memorial Building on May 15 after an agreement was reached between Powhatan County and a local group to turn it into a cultural arts center. That left the Christmas Everyday Committee, which runs the program, with two storage units full of all its belongings and no idea where to go next, Sandy Shelton of Powhatan, a committee member, said. The program’s busiest season is in the fall as it readies for Christmas, when it provides gifts of clothes, toiletries, toys, household goods and food to more than 250 local see HOME page 4A

and scheduled to be dismantled by the end of the month because they have been deemed unsafe for use by children or adults.

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rector March Altman presented the final proposal for the permit requested by SBA Communications Corporation, the company planning to build the tower. At this time, the county has been informed that Verizon is the only service provider that has committed to locate on the tower, he said, but added that SBA “is required by the conditions of the (conditional use permit) to allow additional providers to co-locate on the tower.” That means good news for Verizon customers when the tower at 2171

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Relay for Life

Community joins for cancer fight By Laura McFarland News Editor

V.G. Palmore Jr. doesn’t dwell on the fact that he has cancer. He has work to do as a local carpenter and a family to be with, and he refuses to be defined by a disease that is attacking his body. But for a few minutes on Saturday, May 31, the Powhatan native took time to acknowledge one aspect of the disease — that he has survived it once and plans to do so again. “It’s not gone, but, as the doctor said, hopefully it’s on the run,” he said. Palmore, 62, was one of dozens of men, women and children who participated in the survivor walk at the county’s Relay For Life held at Powhatan Junior High School. Several hundred par-

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Top, mortarboards take to the air as Powhatan High School’s 2014 graduates celebrate after Saturday’s commencement ceremonies. Center, the JROTC provided a “Bridge of Swords.” Below, Tre Talifero looks to the audience as he holds his diploma. Bottom, a program from the ceremony is surrounded by flowers.

V.G. Palmore Jr. was one of the dozens of cancer survivors who introduced themselves and what kind of cancer they have survived to participants of the Powhatan Relay for Life.

ticipants spent the day holding fundraisers, walking laps, celebrating life, and remembering those taken too soon by cancer. It was Palmore’s first time at a Relay event, although he originally

Evan Pfab Co-valedictorian

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Evan Michael Pfab and Catherine Paige “Catie” Broyles graduated on Saturday as co-valedictorians of the Powhatan High School Class of 2014. More on the honor graduates can be found in a special commencement section in today’s edition.

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Sports B1 Powhatan varsity softball falls one game short of the state tournament

Index Calendar Classified Obituaries Opinion TV Listings

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Powhatan Today, June 11, 2014

Powhatan County schools expect small budget surplus By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

According to Larry Johns, Powhatan County Public Schools’ assistant superintendent of finance, business operations, and transportation, based on the current numbers, the school division could have about $50,000 left over when the fiscal year ends on June 30. That’s despite an expected $200,000 decrease in revenue, due in large part to the school district’s actual enrollment falling about 34 students short of what

was originally projected, Johns told the Powhatan County School Board at a May 27 meeting. “I will caution you, these are projections at this point,” Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent, told the board. Johns added that some costs, like power bills, fuel and substitute teachers, can vary wildly from year to year, changing projections significantly. Unexpected maintenance costs, like those associated with a major mechanical failure, could also impact the bottom line. That said, Johns told the board he feels confident

the school division will end the year with some amount of money left over, not in the red. Some equipment purchases are put off until the end of the year to ensure the school division doesn’t go over budget, Johns said. If money is left over, the School Board could consider buying extra “computer on wheels” racks to bring technology to the classrooms, Johns noted. In addition, the School Board has previously discussed paying school librarians a per-day price to work beyond the

end of the school year closing out their libraries, so those facilities can stay open until the last day of school. The board did the same thing at the beginning of the school year, allowing librarians to come in early and prepare materials to allow media centers to be open by the first day of school. Vice chairman James Kunka, District 2, pointed out that the projected surplus is just .1 percent of the current year’s $42.3 million budget. “To come that close without going over still amazes me,” Kunka said.

Library to kick off ‘Paws to Read’ summer program on Thursday By Laura McFarland News Editor

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owhatan County is ready to put some books in the hands of young readers this summer. Powhatan County Public Schools and the Powhatan County Public Library will launch their joint summer reading program, “Paws to Read! Passport

to Summer Reading,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 12 with a kickoff party for readers of all ages. Library director Peggy Martin hopes to top last year’s participation of almost 350 readers with a variety of programming, summer reading logs, and prizes to win. The program, which runs through Aug. 31, is designed to keep children reading so they don’t lose vocabulary in the months

before school starts back again. “It is basically so they don’t lose ground in the summer. When they get back to school, they have reading skills that are able to take them on to the next grade,” she said. All of the events are free and open to the public. Registration is open online, and children may start logging their first book on

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PHOTO BY LAURA MCFARLAND

Siblings Timothy Broughton (from left), 3, Kristen, 4, and Kendall, 6, all of Powhatan, play in Fighting Creek Park near two playground structures that have been closed and will be removed because their wooden support posts are rotting.

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pavilion with the park trails still open, so “there are still amenities at the park that can be used by our citizens.” Public works has been fielding calls the last few weeks from residents wondering what is wrong with the structures, Piper said. “Once it has been explained, almost everyone I have talked to has understood the reasons for shutting it down. Then everyone wants to know how long until it will be

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replaced because it is a popular place,” he said. Right now, the county doesn’t know. For the replacements, the county would go with playground equipment with steel posts, which would cost about $30,000 each to replace for a total of $60,000, Weiler said. The county will be looking for grant money that could be used to help fund the replacements, she said. Possible sources include state agencies, federal grants, and even privately funded grants. “We will be looking at all of those options.”

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Manakintown Ferry Road goes up in District 1 with the potential for increased coverage if other cell phone providers commit to using the tower. The proposed tower will reduce the need for additional towers in the area by offering co-location opportunities. The county has not been informed by SBA of a construction timeline, Altman said. The board had only positive remarks for the proposed tower. Barry Hodge, District 3, Powhatan County Board of Supervisors, abstained from the vote because he had previously represented the landowner as an attorney in dealings with SBA. However, he said he didn’t see any problems with the proposal. “I am glad maybe some citizens will get some additional coverage down there finally. I know we have areas in the county where there is not good coverage. That still is a complaint in certain parts of my district,” he said. David Williams, who represents District 1, pointed out that everyone has a cell phone today and the devices are becoming the primary point of contact for people as they disconnect their land lines. For emergency purposes, they are a necessity. “Everybody carries a cell phone when they go hunting. They carry it when they are traveling. It has become part of what we do,” he said. That said, Powhatan County has

the library’s website, www.powhatanlibrary.net, starting Thursday. The kickoff party will be a chance to have children receive their first free book of the summer and meet characters such as Nutzy from the Flying Squirrels, the Chick-fil-A Cow, and Powhatan Volunteer Fire Department Company 1’s pet, she see READING page 7A

dead zones and dropped calls have become almost a foregone conclusion, he said. “If I am talking to my chairman and we are both at a standstill, he in his kitchen and me in my kitchen, we are going to get dropped. It might take 10 minutes, but we are going to get dropped. Then we are going to reconnect and 10 minutes later we are going to be dropped again.” Williams made the motion to approve the permit based on public necessity, convenience, general welfare and good zoning practice. The vote passed with three positives and one abstention. Bill Melton, District 4, was absent. Brennen Keene of Richmond, attorney for SBA, said every resident within 1.5 miles of the proposed site was invited to a community meeting to give their input and many offered letters in support of it. “This is one of the few times I have come to a community meeting and actually been asked to make the tower taller to get better coverage in the area. That is how sincere the interest was in making the coverage in this corridor better,” Keene said. The total proposed lease area is 10,000 square feet, and is located on a 268.71-acre piece of property owned by Myrtle Helen McCoy Holland of Tappanannock. It will be located about 400 feet from Manakintown Ferry Road, on the west side. Because the tower is less than 200 feet high, the Federal Aviation Administration won’t require it to be lighted. The Powhatan County Planning

Commission signed off on the proposal at a May 6 meeting, voting 4-1 to recommend Board of Supervisors approval, according to a report by Altman. Commissioner Richard Ayers, District 5, cast the lone vote in opposition. At the meeting, one citizen spoke in opposition, saying he did not want to have to look at the tower from his property. Seven citizens who live near the site, which is located in District 1, wrote letters to the county in support of the proposal. Those letters were included in information packets prepared for supervisors. During the meeting, Altman once again showed photos of a balloon test done March 27 that used a tethered balloon to demonstrate the height and visibility of the tower. The test showed that it will have minimal visual impact on the residential and other properties in the area. As part of the permit, the county stipulated 10 regular and seven special conditions SBA has to adhere to, he said. The company is required to submit an annual report on the tower’s usage and if it is not used or the license is not renewed for one year, it shall be removed. One special condition is that the company has to make an effort to preserve hardwood trees within 100 feet as they are unless they are dead and diseased. SBA also will plant evergreen trees around the perimeter of the tower immediately outside the fenced compound.

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Changes proposed for some county fees By Laura McFarland News Editor

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mall changes in Powhatan County billing practices will be up for discussion at the Monday, June 16, meeting of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors. Powhatan County staff members introduced several “housekeeping items” at a June 2 meeting pertaining to local fees or billing issues. Two proposed amendments to current county ordinances would bring changes to current rates while the third would update an ordinance on emergency services billing so it matches current procedures. The public can weigh in on the proposed changes at the meeting at 7 p.m. on June 16 in the Village Building auditorium at 3910 Old Buckingham Road. During the June 2 meeting, Johnny Melis, the county’s utilities manager, introduced an ordinance change for an 8 percent increase in the commodity water rate for county customers. A commodity charge is the portion of a customer’s bill that is based on actual water usage. Powhatan County buys its water from Chesterfield County, which recently passed its own 8 percent commodity charge increase, he said. Powhatan’s estimated cost increase will be $17,300. The proposed change would raise Powhatan’s rate from $3.44 per 1,000 gallons of water to $4.56, bringing in an estimated $17,400 revenue from customers to bridge the gap. “We fall in between Henrico and Aqua Virginia, who is also a service

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Above left, Johnny Melis, Powhatan County’s utilities manager, discusses an ordinance change for an 8 percent increase in the commodity water rate for county customers. Charla Schubert, right, the county’s new director of finance and administration, introduces a change proposed to the county’s false alarm fees for burglary and robbery alarm systems.

provider here in the county,” Melis said. Most of the customers affected by the change are commercial or schools, he said. The county has 78 accounts, with a breakdown of 69 business accounts, five meters serving two schools, three residential accounts and one account serving a county building. Residential customers account for less than 1 percent of the total water usage on county accounts, he said. Charla Schubert, the county’s new director of finance and administration, addressed a change proposed to the county’s false alarm fees for burglary and robbery alarm systems.

The ordinance addressing the fees for false alarms going off within a 180-day period was one of the first Schubert reviewed after she was hired in May, she said. “I determined that the fee schedule that was in place made it very difficult to bill properly.” She said she researched false alarm ordinances in surrounding localities for comparison and discussed the fee structure with Pat Weiler, county administrator, and Sheriff Gregory Neal. Under the current ordinance, the false alarm fees start at $25 for the first false alarm and gradually increase until a jump from $85 for the fifth call to $500

for six or more calls, she said. The proposed change would have no fee for the first two false alarms, charge $100 for the third to fifth, and keep $500 for six or more, she said. “It makes the fees easier for businesses and individuals to understand. It is a simpler structure and that is where we want to go with that,” she said. Schubert also introduced amendments to an ordinance related to the fees, billing and collections for emergency services. On March 19, 2012, the Board of Supervisors adopted the emergency medical transport fees ordinance for billing in the county to have a compassionate billing process for county residents, she said. “In that action, the ability to bill uninsured county residents was completely removed,” Schubert said. She proposed amending the ordinance for the current code to add uninsured county residents back — giving the county the ability to bill them — and add a compassionate billing policy allowing the county administrator discretion to write off fees for financial need. Weiler said staff reviewed notes in the county attorney’s office when the ordinance was approved in 2012 and felt it was the board of supervisors’ intent in 2012 to have a compassionate billing process. “But we do need to bill the uninsured county residents so that we do get insurance information from them or we do confirm that they don’t have insurance information,” she said. David Williams, who represents District 1, agreed that was the original intent of the ordinance.

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planned to go in 2013. At the time, he was undergoing chemotherapy for his first fight with mantle cell lymphoma and had a treatment that day. “It fatigues you. I was going to lay down for a quick nap and 12 hours later is when I got up.” Polly Mullins, chair of the local Relay For Life program, encouraged him to try again this year and he did, attending with Anita, his wife of 39 years. Until cancer struck him, Palmore admits that Relay was something he heard about but hadn’t attended. “Now that it has gotten this close to your family, you go up and meet other people. You try not to trade war stories but just support one another,” he said. Relay For Life events offer people a chance to show how much they care about people who are fighting the disease and

want to be part of making sure a cure is found, Ruth Boatwright, team captain for the Friends and Family for a Cure team, said. Boatwright is a breast cancer survivor, and, like Palmore, she tries not to think about it too much. “I know what V.G. has gone through and is still going through, but I still see the person he is and what he has meant to this community.” Palmore was born and raised in Powhatan and apprenticed with his late father, Vivian Palmore, to become a carpenter. After he received his first cancer diagnosis in August 2012 and started treatment, he decided to keep working. Even when he wasn’t operating at 100 percent, he said he stayed busy. “If you just sit there idle, your mind dwells on what’s wrong and if you are going to get better and you get depressed,” he said. It has helped that his family has stayed positive and treated him nor-

mally. “They just feel everything is going to be alright.” After surgery and chemotherapy, doctors told Palmore in January 2013 that he was in remission. Then that August, his neck started swelling — the cancer was back. He started chemotherapy and radiation a few weeks later and the cancer has been shrinking, he said. Being diagnosed with cancer has been eyeopening, Palmore said. It wasn’t only the personal effect it has had on him — he remembered wearing his hat a great deal more after losing his hair. He said he was amazed when he went in for treatments to see the wide range of people of all ages there for treatment, too. Seeing others going through the same battle gave him strength to keep his spirits up. “You can’t get depressed or feel down because that makes it worse.”

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The 26-member volunteer committee faces some tough restrictions in its search for a new home, said Carol Baltimore of Powhatan, a member of the committee. While members have looked at several proper-

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were set out yard sale style and clients, who are all approved by social services, were notified and could come “shopping” for what they needed for free. “We can’t do that this year. We gave everything we had left over to the Clothes Closet because otherwise we would have needed another storage unit,” she said. In an unrelated change, the Christmas Mother’s annual Christmas Parade, which is traditionally held the second Saturday in December, needs a new sponsor or it will not happen

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Powhatan Today, June 11, 2014

O B I T UA R I E S Howard Clark CLARK, Howard E., 80, of Powhatan, died May 28, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Betty W. Clark; two sons, Dale Clark of Powhatan, Kenny Clark of Cumberland; two sisters, Asterie Holt of Powhatan, Mamie Palmer of Oklahoma; three grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. The family received friends on June 1 at the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, 3215 Anderson Hwy. (Rt. 60) in Powhatan. Funeral services were held June 2 in Hobson’s Chapel United Methodist Church in Powhatan. Interment church cemetery.

Thelma Cosby COSBY, Thelma Muncy, 97, of Richmond, departed this life June 3, 2014. She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 COSBY years, Clifton David Cosby; and her parents, Dr. Peery J. Muncy and Eva Lumsden Muncy. She was a long-time member of Westover Baptist Church, where she taught pre-school Sunday School for 64 years, and Vacation Bible School, rarely missing a Sunday until March of this year. Thelma was born in her family home on 3rd Avenue on September 20, 1916. She was a graduate of John Marshall High School, 1933, and Richmond Business College, 1934, where she was a member of the Pi Delta Phi sorority. She worked in secretarial positions for several years after college. Throughout the years she remained close friends with her sorority sisters. Thelma was a devoted wife, mother, friend and servant of the Lord. She was loved by everyone who knew her, and will be greatly missed. Her family and her church were her greatest loves. Thelma is survived by her son, Da-

vid Cosby, daughter-in-law, Claudia; her daughter, Marcia C. Geiger, son-in-law, Mike; four grandchildren, Jennifer Stump, husband, Larry, Christopher, Andrew and Katherine Cosby; six great-grandchildren, India, Nicole, Blair, Cheryl, Charlie and Shannon Stump; one great-great-grandchild, Trinity; and beloved cousins, Eileen Hollans and Shirley Young. With no brothers or sisters, Thelma considered her husband’s family in Powhatan as her own. The family received friends on June 8, at the Huguenot Chapel, Woody Funeral Home, 1020 Huguenot Rd. The service was held at Westover Baptist Church, 1000 Westover Hills Blvd., on June 9. Reception followed service. Interment at Dale Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be made to Westover Baptist Church, P.O. Box 13408, Richmond, Va. 23225.

William Cupp CUPP, William A., 67, of Aylett, died Wednesday, June 4, 2014, at his home. Born January 15, 1947 in Lexington, he was a son of the late John Wesley Cupp Sr. and May Thurston Cupp. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Roma Garrett Cupp. Surviving are one son, Christopher Cupp of Rockville; one daughter, Susan M. Sabloff and husband, Ben, of Leesburg; one brother, John W. Cupp Jr. of Concord, North Carolina; two sisters, Sue E. McCoy of Lexington and Rebecca Lillywhite of Powhatan; and his beloved grandchildren, Abigail, Livia and Eli. A funeral service was held on June 8 at Harrison Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was private at Green Hill Cemetery. Family received friends one hour prior to the service. Arrangements by Harrison Funeral Home & Crematory, Lexington.

Alice Fisher FISHER, Mrs. Alice Gray, 76, of Powhatan, entered into eternal rest Tuesday, May 27, 2014. She was born to the late Jacob and Martha Gray. She was preceded in death by her brothers, FISHER Charles and Harold Gray. Alice is survived by her devoted husband, David M. Fisher; son, David S. Fisher of Powhatan; daughter, Rena’ Fisher of Powhatan; two brothers, Junius L. Gray (Celestine) of Glen Allen and Walter H. Gray (Susie) of Goochland; and one great-uncle, Thomas Mealy of Gum Spring. She will be remembered by her nieces, nephews and a host of other devoted relatives and friends. Her remains rested at the Robert Mealy Funeral Home in Goochland. Funeral services were held on June 1 at Fauquier Baptist Church, 2455 Dogtown Road in Goochland. Pastor Melvin Woodson, officiated. Interment Hollywood Baptist Church Cemetery, 3794 Old Buckingham Road in Powhatan.

Leonard Vimpeny VIMPENY, Rev. Leonard Charles, 87, of Powhatan, passed away Saturday, May 31, 2014, at his home. He is survived by his beloved wife of 68 years, Edna Marie Huband Vimpeny: four VIMPENY daughters and sons-in-law, Rebecca and Kenneth Hatcher of Powhatan, Ann and Gene Hatcher of Powhatan, Lynn and Frank Higgs of Fredericksburg and Dr. Virginia and Brian Lewis of Powhatan; nine grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren, and a sister, Betty King of Texas. Leonard “Bud� was born in Lakewood, Ohio on July 27, 1926. In 1943, at 17, he enlisted in the U.S. Navy,

where he served in the Asiatic Pacific during WWII. He was honorably discharged in 1946. He worked at his dad’s Ohio auto body shop before moving to Virginia and being employed at DuPont-Spruance. While living in Chesterfield, he served as 2nd Lieutenant in the Bensley Volunteer Fire Department. In 1951, he transferred to the DuPont Atomic Energy Plant on the Savannah River and relocated the family to Aiken, South Carolina. During this Cold War Era, Leonard served as Director of Civil Defense for Aiken County, and Director for South Carolina Civil Defense Director’s Association. In this position, he attended the testing of two atomic detonations in Nevada. He also built a model a model underground bomb shelter for the City of Aiken. In 1961, Leonard was licensed to preach by Millbrook Baptist Church. In 1963, he became an ordained minister, pastored Tabernacle Baptist Church, and graduated from North Greenville College in South Carolina. In 1965, Leonard became the first full-time pastor of Muddy Creek Baptist Church, while also pastoring Mt. Moriah Baptist Church, both in Powhatan County. Before retiring from the ministry, he pastored four additional churches in West Virginia and Virginia. After retiring, he served as Director of Missions for the Staunton River Baptist Association, as well as serving three additional churches on an interim basis. During his fulltime ministry, he founded and served as director of SERVE (a FEMA program thrift store), DAWN (a food supply thrift store), and God’s Storehouse in Danville, and was on the Board of Directors for Alta Vista’s Faith Christian Academy. He also created and administered The Scottie Young Medical Fund. He was a member of the VFW and American Legion Post #201 in Powhatan County and a

past member of the Lynch Station Ruritan Club. Leonard was a proud WWII veteran. Leonard was predeceased by his parents, Alvin and Mildred Vimpeny; sisters, Janet Tite, Millie Trupo; half-sister, Corky Skidmore; and a brother, Allen Vimpeny. The family received friends on June 2 at the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, 3215 Anderson Hwy. (Rte. 60), Powhatan. Funeral services were held on June 3 in the Muddy Creek Baptist Church, 3470 Trenholm Road in Powhatan. Interment church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Muddy Creek Baptist Church Youth Fund or the charity of your choice.

Frances Wallace WALLACE, J. Frances, 85, of Powhatan, passed away peacefully in her home June 7, 2014. She is

survived by her husband of 65 years, Al H. Wallace; three sons, Larry Wallace (Bettie Jayne), Frank Wallace (Debbie) and John Wallace (Susan); five grandchildren, Jennifer B. Reyn- WALLACE olds (Shaun), Chris Wallace (Christine), Nick Wallace, Kathleen Wallace and Benjamin Wallace; five great-grandchildren, Gage Reynolds, Josephine Reynolds, White Wallace, Nora Wallace and James Wallace; sister, Patsy Toulson; two brothers, Frank Hazelwood and Jerry Hazelwood. The family received friends on June 9 in the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, 3215 Anderson Hwy. (Rt.60), Powhatan, where services were held on June 10. Interment Dale Memorial Park.

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The Episcopal Churches of Powhatan welcome you!

St. Luke’s Episcopal Church SUNDAYS 8 AM Holy Communion

Emmanuel Episcopal Church

Turn South At Post Office at Rt. 522 10 AM Family Service of Holy Communion with children’s sermon on Emmanuel Church Road Guests Welcome Vacation Bible School: evenings during the week of August 11-15.

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

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

“It’s an Experience�

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: 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. 2253 Rosson Rd.

www.powhatanumc.us 2253 Rosson Road

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1957 Capeway Rd., Powhatan, VA

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

Weekday Preschool (ages 2-5)

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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

Advertise in Powhatan Today’s Church Directory

CALL 598-4305 for details.

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

598-6090

Hobson’s Chapel

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

5053-01

3540 OLD BUCKINGHAM RD. POWHATAN, VIRGINIA 23139 LOCATED AT INTERSECTION OF ROCKY FORD RD AND RT. 13

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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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Congratulations to Powhatan County’s Class of 2014 By Laura McFarland News Editor

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aturday’s graduation ceremony for Powhatan High School students, combined with Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Catholic School’s May 31 ceremony, means that the next chapter in life is here for several hundred local young men and women. The future ahead for these students will be as diverse as they are — college, trade school, military service, travel, immediately starting work. Whatever their plans are, parents should make sure that their children are ready to take the step forward into adulthood with some basic financial information every adult needs to know. My senior year of high school was spent exploring the intricate world of calculus. That I aced, but I would have given you a blank stare if you had asked me to write out a budget for myself at that time. Luckily, I saw some bad examples of people managing their finances. So, even though I didn’t know what to do, I was aware of some good examples of what not to do that kept me from making any huge money mistakes. If you haven’t had a discussion with your child yet about the big B’s — budgets and bills — you are doing him or her a disservice. Unless you win the lottery tomorrow, knowing how to make what you earn cover what you spend is going to be part of your life until the day you die.

If you aren’t sure where to start, try knowing how to balance a checkbook, paying bills, the difference between necessities and luxuries, the value of a savings account versus your sock drawer, and the fact that just because a credit card company thinks an 18year-old is ready to have a high limit credit card doesn’t mean it’s the truth. The last one was amazing to me. It seemed like every other week my mailbox had a letter telling me I was pre-approved for another credit card. I applied for a few I didn’t need, and I still thank my lucky stars I didn’t do any real damage with them. Just in case your children don’t listen — hard to believe, I know — make sure they understand how to read fine print regarding interest rates, minimum payments, and late penalties. Speaking of late penalties, timing does matter. Consistently being late to pay bills can have some unpleasant side effects on a person’s finance, so help them figure out a method that works for them to track what they owe and when it is due. Many colleges have this nifty system where you (the parents) put money in your child’s account, they receive a swipe card, and it works to buy everything: food, smoothies,

Class of 2014

CALENDAR OF EVENTS Wednesday, June 11

Friday, June 13

Family story hours are held at Kay’s Krafters, a small branch of 10:30 a.m. at the Powhatan LiFrom the Heart Stitchers, will brary on Monday and Wednesmeet from 1 to 5 p.m. For more day. Library hours are 9 a.m. to 8 information and location inforp.m. Monday, Wednesday and mation call Donna at 804-598Thursday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fri7514. Visit www.fromtheheartday and 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Satstitchers.org to find out more. urday. Gaming days are held from 3 to 6 p.m. on the first and Saturday, June 14 third Fridays of each month. The library is closed on Sundays and Powhatan AA will meet at 8 p.m. at Manakin Episcopal Church on county holidays. For more inforHuguenot Trail. mation, call 804-598-5670. The WWII Round Table of Cen- Sunday, June 15 tral Virginia will meet at 7 p.m. at St. John Neumann Catholic The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Elliott Grays chapChurch located behind Flat Rock ter 1877, will meet at 2 p.m. at Village Shopping Center. All are Italian Delight in the South welcome. Creek shopping center on Anderson Highway in Powhatan. Thursday, June 12 County Public Monday, June 16 Powhatan Schools and the Powhatan County Public Library launch Library family story hours (see above). The library is closed on their joint summer reading proSundays and county holidays. If gram, “Paws to Read! Passport you have any questions, call to Summer Reading,” at 6 p.m. 804-598-5670. for readers of all ages. For more information, call 804-598-5670.

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candy, over-priced groceries, etc. That system can be just as dangerous as a credit card because the student doesn’t hold the money in his or her hands. If you don’t want several calls a semester asking for a top up, talk about being aware of their purchases. Self-control is one of the most difficult skills to master. Add to that suddenly finding yourself without any direct oversight and it has the potential to be a recipe for disaster. Even though we think of 18- to 20-year-olds as young, the decisions they make in the next few years can have a ripple effect on their entire financial future. Let’s make those good ripples.

The Powhatan Republican Committee’s monthly meeting will An AA meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at St. Luke’s Episcopal be held every month at 7 p.m. Church on Huguenot Trail. (with a social mixer at 6:30 p.m.) at Rosa’s Pizza Restaurant, 2470 The Eclectic Book Group will Anderson Hwy in Powhatan. meet at 10 a.m. at the Powhatan Library. For more information The Powhatan Rotary Club will call 804-239-6403. meet at 7:30 a.m. at the County Seat Restaurant.

Wednesday, June 18

Powhatan Farmers Market is held each Thursday from 4 to 7 The Women’s Club of Powhatan will meet at 10 a.m. at the Powp.m. at 2470 Anderson Highway hatan Armory. Call Sue Kornegay near Tractor Supply. Fresh prowith questions at 804-598-1014. duce, beef, seafood, baked goods, eggs, pottery, jewelry, soaps, wool, cut flowers and Library family story hours (see above). For more information, much more. For more informacall 804-598-5670. tion check out the website at thepowhatanfarmersmarket. com. Awaken to Hope Al-Anon meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. at St. John Neumann Catholic Church. Powhatan AA will meet at 8 p.m. in the Powhatan Village Building.

Fax submissions to calendar to 598-7757, email to news@ powhatan.com, or mail to 3229 Anderson Hwy., Powhatan, Va 23139. Deadline is 3 p.m. Friday for the following week’s issue. Calendar announcements cannot be taken by phone. We reserve the right to edit all items submitted.

F O O D F O R T H O U G H T O F F E R E D F O R LO C A L G R A D UAT E S By Virginia P. Black Special to Powhatan Today

If you are of the age that usually accompanies high school or college graduation, you are probably not going to listen to what I have to say to you. I’m not sure I would have listened either when I was your age. I will, however, try to pass along some thoughts I have … not advice, but just food for thought for you. The best thing I could ask of you is to pay attention. Notice what is going on around you. Listen to people, to those both older and younger than you. Children as well as older people often have really interesting things to say. From children, these nuggets are based on a brand new open-minded outlook on life. From older people, thoughts stem from having lived a long time and from having observed life first-hand. They have learned lessons from the process of living their lives. Some of their wisdom could open your eyes to truths that may just stick with you for the rest of your life. Pay attention to nature. You can learn a lot from taking time to watch animals. They are quite smart

and can teach us so much about how to live our lives. An interesting fact of nature is there are bullies, weaklings, couples that love and nurture each other and couples who mate for life. There are those in the animal world who do the hard work of just trying to support their families. Some animals support themselves by stealing from others who have worked extremely hard to collect food for themselves and for their families. These animals are disliked in their culture. Sound familiar? Pay attention to your ancestors and ask them questions about their lives and the lives of your relatives. Ask them about the happenings that had an effect on them as they were growing up. You can record their answers on your cell phone as a video, or you can save their answers by writing them down. These memories can later be passed along to your children or younger relatives. Once your relatives are gone, you will no longer be able to ask them questions. This may sound obvious but it is important to realize. Keep a journal of your thoughts and feelings. Be sure to write in your journal what is happening with

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your family and in the world around you. Start recording what you can remember from your earliest age. Journals don’t have to be fancy, just a paragraph or two to express what is on your mind at the time. Pay attention to your studies and to what you read. What seems irrelevant now just may be important to you later on. I didn’t believe it when my parents told me this, but it is true. Pay attention to your jobs and to your co-workers. Be sure to be someone who is liked by most and admired by all. Pay attention to the world around you. Occasionally put down the video games and cell phones and pay attention to your surroundings. Interact with others face to face, eye to eye. Above all, pay attention to your dreams and try to achieve them. Notice what things excite you and make you happy. Try to follow those dreams if you can. If possible, try not to put off what you really want to do because life really is short. Hopefully the best is yet to come for you. I wish you good luck and a happy journey.

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New group provides networking venue for women By Laura McFarland News Editor

Local business women have a new outlet to network, share problems and possibly make new friends. On June 3, the Powhatan Chamber of Commerce launched a new Professional Women’s Networking group, which is designed to bring enterprising businesswomen together to help develop, nurture and support their businesses, Marty Thompson, ambassador for the chamber, said. Thompson said she was thrilled with the turnout of 27 businesswomen who met for lunch at Italian Delight to discuss what they wanted out of the organization. “We had very good turnout and the overall contributions and feedback were very positive,” she said. Angie Cabell, executive director of the chamber, said she wants the group to be of value to chamber members but also something that could draw in businesswomen from the com-

munity who don’t attend its other functions. “I want it to be fun and something they look forward to coming to each month. I want it to stay fresh,” she said. The group is still in its early development. Thompson’s goal with the first meeting was to gauge what the attendees wanted that would make them keep coming back. It was evident from the comments the women made as they went around the room and introduced themselves that they saw the group as more of a good business opportunity than another social group. Thompson had the attendees introduce themselves and what their companies do or can offer to others in the community. Susan Ash, owner of The Complete Picture, said it would be nice to have an outlet to meet with other professional women to share ideas and feel a sense of camaraderie. “I do hope it develops into a monthly meeting, and I like one idea mentioned of a give and take of questions and problems,” Ash

said. The monthly meeting plan seemed to be the consensus, Thompson said, although a regular schedule hasn’t been established. Some of the women expressed a preference for morning and others for afternoon, so she said she might rotate the meetings to accommodate different preferences. The next meeting is scheduled for 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, July 1, with a location to be announced. What most impressed Linda Dehmler, sales and leasing specialist with KW Commercial Realty, was the wide range of professions and industries represented. Women attending worked in fields such as financial planning and investment, fashion, nursing home care, county government, art lessons, life coaching, commercial and residential real estate, cleaning services and laboratory research. “There was no duplication with this many women. Every person had a different business,”

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The Powhatan Chamber of Commerce’s first meeting on Tuesday, June 3, of its new Women’s Networking group attracted 27 women interested in sharing insights and promoting their businesses.

she said. “I thought that was pretty amazing.” The new kid on the block, Adriana Zimbardo, said she was about a week into her new position as sales and marketing assistant for Weightpack Inc. She said she thought the idea would be a good way to network and introduce herself to the community. During her introduction, Theresa Kelly, registered investment adviser with Primerica, said she liked that the group will be “a lot

of women helping each other. Men are nice to work with too, but I think women communicate a little differently.” Possibilities for the future include moving the time and locations each month, featuring different women talking about their businesses and having an occasional guest speaker, Thompson said. Organizers had no agenda at the first meeting other than testing the waters about what people were interested in seeing, Cabell said. “I feel like we got that.”

Gardening in the Shade: Tips offered on plants that will thrive Special to Powhatan Today

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here are plenty of reasons to be drawn to the bright, sunny spots on our properties: colorful flowers, big healthy vegetables and fastgrowing 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

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partnering with local churches, but most aren’t large enough and November and December, when the program is in full swing, are generally their busy times anyway, Baltimore said. “Even if we get offered a space, it might not be big enough,” she said. For the 13 years the Christmas Mother program was located inside the War Memorial Building, it had an office space, storage space and the use of the gymnasium to spread out the gifts going into the Christmas boxes, Sowers said. Between Nov. 1 and

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.  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 part-

shade, 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 shade-loving 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. And don’t rule out an-

nuals for your shade garden; begonias, impatiens, salvia and lobelia can add even more color when mixed with perennials. Caladium (elephant ear) and coleus also thrive in the shade, and, with their large, multi-color leaves, both plants add an exotic look to your garden. If you still have room in your planting bed, why not plant a few leafy greens and herbs? Most varieties of lettuce, spinach and kale need the cooler, gentler sunlight conditions found in partial shade. Parsley, cilantro and thyme can also make a home in a shade garden.

mid-December, the gym would be packed with items that volunteer shoppers could use to fill a box for a family using their wish list, she said. Most people in the area know about the program’s holiday offerings, but not everyone realizes it is a year-round program, she said. The program offers people who meet certain criteria help with services such as prescription and medical bills assistance, emergency aid in cases of disaster, heating assistance and bridging the gap short term when someone is about to start disability but isn’t covered yet. “It is truly an everyday program.”

The committee also gives a scholarship to a graduating senior, helps with clothes and school supplies for children in need identified by school guidance counselors, and contributes to other local organizations, Baltimore said. At the moment, offering those services is almost impossible as all of the program’s belongings had to be quickly moved into storage without really being organized after they received notice to move out, Sowers said. The Powhatan Christmas Mother program was started in 1967 and continues to grow as needs increase and the community steps up to meet them, Shelton said.

Prior to 2002, when the program moved into the War Memorial Building, it was the responsibility of each Christmas Mother to find a location to house it during her year. “We all did a happy dance when they let us in there because of what the Christmas Mother has gone through to find a place each year,” she said. Baltimore said it was sad to leave the building not only because it met their needs but because “it felt like home.”

tural Arts and Community Center board of directors, who bought the building and have “wonderful grand plans” for it. “They need every inch to do what they want to do, and I get that.” Despite the challenge ahead, the committee is choosing to have a positive outlook, she said. They don’t want to see the program reduced down to an impersonal handing out of gift cards or, worst case scenario, cease operating altogether. “Maybe our program is elaborate in terms of who we serve and how we serve, but we are very protective of that concept, and we want to do everything we can to keep it intact,” Shelton said. Change is inevitable, and reinvention isn’t always bad, Baltimore

agreed. Relocating might present the opportunity to take a closer look at the program and make sure organizers are operating in a way that can be efficient while still being personal. The key thing is going to be making sure the Christmas Mother program is still here for years to come helping people in need in Powhatan County, she said. “We are not just helping anyone, we are helping our neighbors and that makes it more special.” The program no longer has a phone number. For more information, email powhatancec@verizon.net or go to www. powhatanchristmasmother.org.

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said. Once it launches, there are four additional programs planned throughout the summer for people to attend. Paws Around Belmead starts at 6 p. m. June 26 at the historic building at 5004 Cartersville Road. Participants will take a tour and learn how Belmead is preserving open spaces to save animal habitats. Pelts and Paws starts at 6 p.m. July 10 at Powhatan State Park, 4616 Powhatan State Park Road. Visit the new state park and learn from park interpreter Krista Weatherford about animal paws and pelts and see some cool skeletons. The parking fee will be paid by the Friends of the Library. AWARE at the Courthouse Creamery will begin at 6 p.m. July 24 at Coffee and Creamery, 3837 Old Buckingham Road. Learn about AWARE’s rehabilitation of wild animals and taste a treat from the local ice cream shop. In the

event of bad weather, the program will meet in the Village Building. Check the library website or school website, www. powhatan.k12.va.us, for updates. Paws at the Farmers Market begins at 5:30 p.m. Aug. 7 at Powhatan Farmers Market located at the Tractor Supply in Powhatan. See the 4-H club animals and what the local farmers bring to market. For more information, contact Tracey Ingle, English curriculum coordinator, at 804-598-5782 ext. 133, or tracey. ingle@powhatan.k12.va.us, or Julia Farmer, youth services coordinator, at 598-5670 or jfarmer@powhatanva.gov.

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H E A RT B R E A K E R Indians softball season ends one game short of state tournament

Junior owns multiple school records By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Powhatan’s bid for a regional and state championship ended on Wednesday, June 4, when it lost an eight inning heartbreaker to visiting Nansemond River by a score of 2-1. A win would have guaranteed the Indians a birth in the 4A state tournament. “We had opportunities, we just didn’t capitalize,” said head coach Marie Crump. “That’s really all there is to it.” The Indians certainly did have opportunities. In the bottom of the sixth, Harley Conner was thrown out at home plate while attempting to score what would have been the go-ahead run. The throw was right on the money and the Nansemond River catcher applied the tag just as Conner’s foot nipped the front corner of home plate. It was too close to call - the definition of a “bang-bang” play - but the umpire offered no sympathy for the Indians. Out. “I’m not so sure about that call,” said Crump. “But you can’t blame it all on that one play. We had other chances to score throughout the game and weren’t able

Conway on the run

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Powhatan starting pitcher Maddie Hutchison threw well in the regional semifinal against Nansemond River, but the Indians fell to the visitors from Suffolk 2-1 in eight innings. The loss eliminated Powhatan from postseason contention, ending their season one game short of the state tournament.

to come away with a run when we needed one.” An inning later, the Indians had another prime opportunity to capture the victory. They loaded the bases with only one out and were on the brink of advancing to the South Region championship game. Christina Boyles lifted a short fly ball to the outfield, prompting the runner on third, Maddie Hutchison, to tag up. As the Warriors right fielder made the catch, Hutchison broke toward home. But she had a change of heart half way down the line. As the throw sailed

harmlessly over the Crump, who usually re- eighth. catcher’s head, Hutchi- mains stone-faced, threw The Indians put a runner on first in the bottom of the inning and threatened to make “We had other chances amends for the host of runners they stranded to score throughout the game during the sixth and the and weren’t able seventh. But the winds of fate were with Nanseto come away with a run mond River on this when we needed one.” muggy afternoon. PowMarie Crump hatan’s potential rally was killed on a pop out to second base, prompting the Warriors to celeson was in full-on retreat up her arms in exaspera- brate. to third base. After a tion. For the Indians, it’s a mad scramble, the tag The Warriors brought painful and unfortunate was laid on Hutchison home the eventual game end to a season that as she slid back into winning run on a sacrithird. Out. Again. Even fice fly in the top of the See INDIANS page 3B

Powhatan High School varsity track star Austin Conway’s love of running can be traced back to a punishment handed down by a football coach. “In seventh grade, when I was living in another state, my football coach had us run a mile as conditioning,” recalled Conway. “And for some reason that day I decided to run as hard as I could no matter what. I ran around a 5:27. The coach said I was doing track in the spring no matter what.” “The rest,” added Conway. “is history.” Four years, countless hours of training, and one relatively serious injury later, Conway has shaved more than a minute off of the time he posted on that memorable day back in middle school. In fact, when he ran the mile in a brisk 4:26 this spring, he set a new Powhatan High School record. He called the moment “his fondest memory” from the spring season.. That is no meaningless claim, considering he has celebrated many notable accomplishments durin his high school career, including qualifying for the 4A state meet. He also captured two other school records in the 800m (1:59.83) and 1600m (4:26.25) Last fall, he was a member of the first cross country team in Powhatan High School history See CONWAY page 3B

Ten questions with . . . Melissa Rundstrom One of county’s top softball pitchers talks about her career By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

During this past season, Melissa Rundstrom was one half of a dynamic pitching duo for the Powhatan varsity softball team that held the opposition to PHOTO BY JOHN BEEBE less than two runs per Melissa Rundstrom was one of the Powhatan varsity game. Maddie Hutchison was the other half softball team’s top pitchers during the 2014 season.

of that potent pair and the two have been giving opposing lineups fits for the past two springs. The Indians’ season — and Rundstrom’s varsity career — ended on June 4 with a loss in the regional seminfinal to Nansemond River. Despite the heartbreaking defeat, Rundstrom was kind enough to talk with the Powhatan Today about her dynamic repertoire, her postgraduation plans, and the sense of pride she

enjoyed from being part of one of the most successful softball programs in the state. What does it meanto be a part of one of the greatest softball programs in the Commonwealth? Specifically, what does it mean to be a successful pitcher in a program that has produced so many great ones in the past? Powhatan is known for its softball. I believe that comes from a strong youth program in PYAA

and travel ball programs throughout the Richmond area which produces the players that end up playing on the middle, J.V., and varsity teams. I also believe that our community is one of the best around, with involved parents and coaches. Although the players are not produced at the high school level, it is still an honor to be able to play for one of the greatest softball programs in the See HURLER page 3B

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All-Conference 19 baseball/softball teams Pitcher Pitcher Catcher Catcher First base Second base Third base Shortstop Outfield Outfield Outfield Outfield DH

Baseball - 1st team Evan Sperling Gray Harris Michael Moorehead Jordan Sprouse Luke Rodgers Ricks Dearing Sean Hughes Spencer Brown Evan Lowery Liam Lowery Carter Biringer Ben Phifer Matt Bochain

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Softball - 2nd team Kayley Cox Ashtyn Clark Courtney Smith BethAnn Hall Tara Deck Brooke Smith Ryan Kirtner Kendall Woodell Morgan Wooddell Jade Petrop Kim Cratsley Mallory Jaax Chelsea Evans

Grafton Tabb Jamestwn Tabb Grafton Jamestwn Pow. Tabb Tabb Jamestwn Smith. Smith. Grafton

Baseball - 2nd team Sean Hughes Jakob Ryan Jacob Osborne Jacob Berrena Kent Klyman Parker Mead Gray Harris Brandon Ferebee Blake Garrett DJ Dobbins Nick Hunter Garrick Colorado Jack Darden Robbie Barrett

Jamestwn Smithfield Jamestwn Tabb Jamestwn Powhatan Grafton Tabb Smithfield Grafton Tabb Jamestwn Smithfield Tabb

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Softball - 1st team Maddie Hutchison Sydney Gay Sami Pearce Hannah Rogers Hannah Olson Jessie Sprouse Christina Boyles Addi Johnson Ashley Newman Emily Beyer Kerstin Roth Jessica Stone Casey Nicoletta Melissa Rundstrom

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Powhatan basketball camp set for end of June Contributed Report Powhatan High School will host a basketball camp at the end of the month. The camp will be split into two sessions. The first session will take place from June 23-26. The second will take place from June 30-July 3.

The camp is open to boys and girls ages 7-14. Please send all forms and payment to: Powhatan Basketball Camp, P.O. Box 1253, Powhatan, VA, 23139. To contact, email powbballcamp@verizon.net. For more information, visit www.powhatanathletics.com

Swinging Back for Anna still accepting registrations There is still time to sign up for home run derby benefit

distance, (second through eighth grade, baseball and softball). Each hitter participating in any of the three events must find a sponsor to donate money on their behalf. Entry into any of the events is free unless a hitter can’t find a sponsor, in which case he/she must pay a $30 entry fee. If possible, the sponsor should be there the day of the event so the donation can be collected at the conclusion of the event. However, if the sponsor is not present, they can donate

Contributed Report Name: Swinging Back for Anna Date: June 14 Location: Fighting Creek Park Time: Dependent upon event Events: Adult slow pitch home run derby, high school home run derby (baseball and softball), donation by

directly on Anna Guthrie’s Go Fund Me website. Guthrie suffers from prader willi syndrome, a rare disease that has caused multiple health problems prompting expensive treatments. Adult home run derby: Slo-pitch softball format. Check in at 11 a.m. Start time 11:30 a.m. on Blue Field. Hitters will be split into two groups. Each hitter gets 10 outs to hit as many home runs as possible. Foul balls count as outs. Sponsors will donate money per

home run. The hitter with the most home runs in each group will move on to a championship round. In case of a tie the hitters will then get 10 swings to hit as many home runs as they can. Winner will be presented with a trophy. High school home run derby (baseball/softball): Check in at 10 a.m. Start time 10:30 a.m. on Green Field. There will be a baseball group and a soft ball group. Each hitter will get 10 outs to hit as many home

runs as he or she can. Foul balls count as outs. Sponsors will donate money per home run. The hitter with the most home runs from baseball and softball will be presented with a trophy. In case of a tie, each hitter will get 10 swings. Donation by distance (baseball/softball): Check in 10 a.m. Start time 10:30 a.m. on Blue Field. Each hitter gets five hits. Sponsors will donate money per foot the ball is hit. The farthest hit out of five attempts

will be recorded for donation purposes. For example: If the sponsor pledges $1 per foot and the ball goes 250 feet, the hitter just raised $250 for Anna and her family. Each hitter will get a participation medal. T-shirts: There will be “Swinging Back for Anna” event shirts for $10. All money raised from t-shirt sales goes directly to the Guthrie family. Contact Kaitlyn Crane at Kaitlyn.crane@yahoo. com to sign up for the event.

Softball: Regional quarterfinals — Powhatan 12, Glen Allen 3 PHOTOS BY JOHN BEEBE

Top, Powhatan High School infielders gathers around starting pitcher Maddie Hutchison prior to the beginning of the second inning. Bottom, Indians’ third baseman Addi Johnson awaits a throw from the outfield while a Glen Allen High School runner slides in safely behind her.

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Hurler: ‘I will attend Radolph-Macon College this fall and play for the R-MC Yellowjackets softball team.’ Continued from page 1B

Commonwealth. If you could, sum up your approach to pitching in a sentence or two. Knowing that my job is to make it difficult for a batter to hit and not to strike out every batter is important. I approach the mound calmly and with confidence. Staying focused and not getting rattled by fans, hits or even errors is key. You and Maddie Hutchison were quite a dynamic duo in the circle this season. What has been the key to your success? What do you offer that she doesn’t, and vice versa? Teamwork and support are the keys to our success. Believing in one another, as well as believing in your defense is critical to good teamwork. Maddie and I respect one another as pitchers and we work together to do the best we can for our team. Our pitching styles are different and we are both effective when the right pitches are called on any given batter. We both throw the same six pitches. Personally, I believe Maddie has a great change-up and curve ball. I believe my best pitches are my screw ball and drop ball. We have both worked hard this year on our rise ball which has also been effective. What was the chemistry like on this year’s team? You all seemed to be perfectly in tune with one another on the

field. Friendship and respect for one another make for great chemistry. The team is made up of girls that we grew up with in school as well as playing together and against each other in travel ball, especially the seven seniors. We respect one another’s abilities and trust one another to do their job when the time comes. Without trust, some of the plays we had this year would not have happened. Also, we try to have as much fun as we are allowed to when on the field and I believe that brings us together as a team. What lessons have you learned from playing under someone with as much experience as coach Marie Crump? That’s a tough one. Coach Crump is not the typical coach I have had

PHOTO BY JOHN BEEBE

Melissa Rundstrom (13) poses with her teammates after winning the Conference 19 title. The Indians finished the season with a 20-2 record.

say that my skin is thicker after my years of playing PHS softball, which should serve me well in college.

drop ball and a developing rise ball. I think I am most confident in my screw ball on a daily basis. On any given day, though, one pitch can be better “Knowing that my job is to make it working than another so difficult for a batter to hit and not to strike I can have more dence in out every batter is important. I approach confi one pitch one the mound calmly and with confidence. day and anothStaying focused and not getting rattled er the next. Knowing by fans, hits or even errors is key.” which pitches Melissa Rundstrom are working and which pitches are not is important in every game. Do you have any How many pitches over the years in travel ball. The relationship as- do you have in your softball idols who you pect is radically differ- repertoire? Which one attempt to model your ent. With coach Crump, do you have the most game after? No, I don’t really have it is all business, and confidence in? any one particular player I have six pitches in having fun and being laid back while playing my repertoire which in- that I try to model my is not an option. It’s clude a fast ball, change- game after. I just love the more like a job. I will up, curve ball, screwball, game and have a lot of

respect for every player and every position. I think that most of all, my dad is one of my idols, since he is the one who worked with me to teach me to pitch, and believed in me even when I didn’t. He pushed me when I needed it, and gave me the confidence I have when I get on the mound. Who has the best nickname on this year’s team? We didn’t really have any set nicknames for anyone on the team this year. The only one I can really think of is that we’d call Valarie Fridley “Val Pal.” We just really shorten everyone’s name so it’s easier to say. So we’d called Ryan Kirtner “Ry,” McKenzie Barrett “Emmie,” and I’d be called “Liss.”

If you could get two free tickets to any sporting event, what would it be? That’s easy, the NCAA Women’s College Softball World Series. I’m in awe at the level of play in those games and watch every game I possibly can. A lot of people do not realize the speed, agility and determination it takes to play softball. The overall athleticism of the girls in the WCWS is amazing and I would be an honor to get to watch them play. What are your postgraduation plans? Do you want to pitch in college? I will attend Randolph-Macon College this fall, and will play for the R-MC Yellow Jackets softball team. I would love to pitch and play first base. The team has a lot of talented players and I hope to be an asset to the team. I am looking forward to the future and the challenges that college will bring, both academically and on the field. I plan to major in business in the Honors Program at R-MC, and would love to have a future in professional sports management. Softball is my passion, but I love baseball, football and hockey, too, and hope to have a career in one of them. Whatever I end up doing in my career, I am confident that the education and lessons I learn at RandolphMacon will prepare me for a bright future.

Indians: Powhatan finishes season 20-2

Conway: Mile is Conway’s favorite event

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seemed destined to stretch deep into the 4A state playoffs. Powhatan thoroughly dominated the competition during the regular season, recording seven shutouts and scoring 10 or more runs in 11 games. They didn’t slow down against stiffer competition in the postseason, either, outscoring their opponents 26-6 through the first round of regionals. The Indians relied on

a brilliant mixture of lights-out pitching from Hutchison and Melissa Rundstrom (a duo that averaged less than two runs allowed per game), a fundamentally sound defense, and a lineup that offered more pop than perhaps any Crumpcoached team over the past half-decade. The Indians highpowered offense ran into a hurler who was completely in tune with her game in Nansemond River’s Lauren Maddrey.

The Indians managed six hits off of Maddrey on the day, but it was apparent from the plethora of late swings and swinging strikeouts that she was bringing more heat than perhaps any pitcher the Indians have faced this season. Hutchison was just as effective in the circle for the Indians She went the distance, spreading eight hits over eight innings and allowing only two runs. The Indians finish the season with a 20-2 record.

to qualify for the state meet. When pressed to name his best event, he stuck to the event that first got him into the sport: the mile. “It’s fast enough where you can’t sit and wait around like the longer distances,” said Conway. “But long enough where you have to be tactical and really plan out how you will run. That fits my running style rather well.” During his literal

run to multiple state meets and school records, Conway has learned a number of useful lessons that he applies to his everyday life. “Track is great because within every type of race is a new lesson. Track has taught me to never give up, hold through with your promises, chase your dreams and aspirations, never underestimate any opponent or task, and that we can

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PUBLIC MEETING: Location is the Village Building, 3910 Old Buckingham Rd., Powhatan, VA 23832, June 19, 2014 at 7:00 PM. PURPOSE OF PUBLIC MEETING: For the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to discuss technical issues related to the permit application submitted by Nutri-Blend Inc., 2353 Charles City Road, Richmond, VA 23231, to apply biosolids in Powhatan County, VA. “Biosolids” is a term that refers to solid, semisolid, or liquid materials removed from municipal sewage and treated to be suitable for recycling as fertilizer.

1. Ordinance O-2014-15 amending Chapter 38 (Emergency Services) Section 3 (Billing Process) and Section 4 (Fees, billing, collections) of the Powhatan County Code of Ordinances to revise the provisions related to the billing process for uninsured residents and reciprocal agreements, adding reference to Appendix A and adding the Compassionate billing program;

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: June 20, 2014 through July 23, 2014. PROPOSED PERMIT NAME: Virginia Pollution Abatement Permit for Nutri-Blend, Inc. issued by DEQ, under the authority of the State Water Control Board.

2. Ordinance O-2014-16 amending Appendix A of the Powhatan County Code of Ordinances to revise the provisions related to utility water rates and other minor changes; AND

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The applicant, Nutri-Blend Inc. has applied for a permit to authorize the land application of biosolids to fields in Powhatan County, VA, totaling approximately 4532.4 acres of agricultural land. The owners of the fields and number of fields are listed as follows: Etta B. Griles et al, 7 fields; Mosephine Harris, 6 fields; David and Margie Cave, 9 fields; Mary Jane and Winfree Palmore Jr., 6 fields; Peggy McGee, 11 fields, Worsham Tract, LLC, 5 fields; Phillips Family Partnership, 8 fields; Susan Younce, Karen Bradberry, 6 fields; Susan Younce, 1 field; Larry Gray Younce III, 2 fields; Gene Hertzler, 13 fields; Commonwealth of Virginia (DOC), 42 fields; Charles and Eileen Keck, 3 fields; Iris Kerr, 5 fields; E & S Land Holdings, 4 fields; Duncan Assoc. LLC, 12 fields; Raymond and Donna Moyer, 9 fields; LA Buckholder Helen J Trst., 2 fields; Ronald and Rosalie Moyer, 10 fields; C.H. and Myrtle Osborne, 6 fields; Person Family Trst and Sunnyside on the James, Barbara Person, Jacqueline Breidenbach, 9 fields; David Reams, Judith Rigby, James and Pamela Reams, Eva Reams, James Reams et al, 9 fields; William Thornton, 9 fields; Edward and Dorothy Tilman, 10 fields; William Arrington, 1 field; BASF Inc./Blenheim Trust, 17 fields; Thomas and Betty Jo Timberlake, 11 fields; Owen Walker, 5 fields; David and Brenda Bradley, 1 field.

3. Ordinance O-2014-17 amending Chapter 38 (Emergency Services), Section 67 (Service Fees, Termination of Response ad Reinstatement of Service), Section 68 (Exceptions to Section 67) and Section 70 (Payment of Fees) of the Powhatan County Code of Ordinances to revise the provisions related to the false alarm fees by revising the fee structure and other minor changes of service effective July 1, 2014.

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A copy of the full text of each proposed ordinance is on file and may be reviewed at the Powhatan County Administrator’s Office located at 3834 Old Buckingham Road, Suite A, Powhatan, Virginia, during normal business hours.

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PURPOSE OF NOTICE: To announce a public meeting and seek public comment on a Virginia Pollution Abatement permit application to allow the land application of biosolids in Powhatan County, Virginia.

The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors, pursuant to Sections 15.2-1427 and 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, will conduct public hearings in the Village Building Auditorium, located at 3910 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia, at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, June 16, 2014. The purpose of these public hearings is to receive public comment on the following items:

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS POWHATAN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

All interested persons are invited to attend and participate in the public hearings. Persons requiring special assistance to attend and participate in these hearings should contact the Powhatan County Administrator’s Office at (804) 598-5612 at least three days prior to the meeting.

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The biosolids will be land applied as a fertilizer at a controlled rate in accordance with a nutrient management plan that will be developed for each site. The applicant proposes to utilize biosolids on farmland without a discharge to surface waters. HOW TO COMMENT: DEQ accepts written comments by e-mail, fax or postal mail. All comments must be in writing and must be received by DEQ during the comment period of May 8, 2014 through June 8, 2014. Written comments must include: 1) The names, mailing addresses and telephone numbers of the person commenting and of all people represented by the citizen; and 2) A brief, informal statement on how the proposal affects the person commenting. DEQ will also accept written and oral comments at the public meeting. The public may review the permit application at the public meeting and at the DEQ office named below.

By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated February 25, 2014, and recorded in Deed Book 700, Page 1076 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $232,000.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale at public auction at the front steps of the Circuit Court, located at 3880 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia 23139 on: July 8, 2014 at 9:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land, with the improvements thereon and the appurtenances thereunto belonging, lying and being situate in the Macon Magisterial District of Powhatan County, Virginia containing 12.559 acres, more or less, as more particularly described by a certain plat of survey made by Woodrow K. Cofer, Inc., Certified Land Surveyor, dated April 27, 1998 and entitled "Plat Showing 12.559 Acres of Land Lying on The West Line of State Route No. 715, Macon District - Powhatan County, VA", a copy of which is attached and recorded with the deed in Deed Book 367, page 836, to which is hereby made for a particular description. Being the same property conveyed to Robert Felts and Gail W. Felts by deed from Randall A. Moss and Renee Moss, dated October 16, 1998 and recorded October 27, 1998 in the Clerks’ Office, Circuit Court of Powhatan County, Virginia, in Deed Book 370, page 438., and as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold "AS IS," WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other matters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $23,000.00, or 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be required at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note from the date of sale to the date said funds are received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Substitute Trustee’s fee. All other public charges or assessments, including water/sewer charges, whether incurred prior to or after the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public charges have been advanced, a credit will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Seller’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $445.00 for review of the settlement documents. Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of the sale at the conclusion of bidding.

CONTACT FOR PUBLIC COMMENTS, DOCUMENT REQUESTS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Mark Mongold; DEQ-Piedmont Regional Office, 4949-A Cox Road, Glen Allen, VA 23060; telephone (804) 527-5159; email mark.mongold@deq.virginia.gov.

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Rosenberg & Associates, LLC (Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750 Bethesda, Maryland 20814 301-907-8000 www.rosenberg-assoc.com

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YARD & ESTATE SALES Maple Grove Neighborhood Yard Sale Near the intersection of Three Bridge & Academy Roads. Sat. June 14th, 8 am - Noon. Seven Family Sale Includes several Moving Sales

Business & Service Directory AC & HEATING Be Energy Independent with an OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE from Central Boiler. Heat all your buildings. 25 year warranty available. Ellis Contracting 804-366-9536

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

Recruitment CONSTRUCTION & LABOR EXPERIENCED Bricklayers & Laborers. Call Holman Masonry, (434) 223-7530.

FOOD SERV. & HOSPITALITY Part-Time Cook Powhatan Moose Lodge Wages based on experience. Please call 804-387-6799 or 804-598-2809 INSTALLATION/REPAIR COMMERCIAL HVAC SERVICE TECHNICIAN & INSTALLER HVAC LOCAL COMMERCIAL COMPANY CURRENTLY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL HVAC SERVICE TECHNICIANS AND INSTALLERS. EXCELLENT PAY AND BENEFITS. FAX RESUME 804-264-6531 OR EMAIL ADMASSISTANT@HARRIS MECHANICAL.COM CUSTODIANS - Commercial cleaning co. seeks Full-time & Part-time Custodians to work in Powhatan Schools. We offer benefits & vacation time. For more info Call 804-598-5717 ext. 2133

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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

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.

Recreation BOAT SUPPLIES & ACCESS. 16’ Semi-V with Trailer. Steering and 9.9 Outboard. $2,250. or OBO Call 804-492-4330

CAMPERS RV for Sale -1995 Holiday Rambler Endeavor LE 34 FT Gas, 63k miles, Tandem axle, no slides, Sleeps 4, good condition, no pets, no smoking. Asking $12,500, contact 804-372-4488, 9 am to 4pm, or 804- 873-8574 after 6 PM.

Immediate opening for full time laborer. Must have Class B CDL & current DOT physical to be considered for interview. Plumping and/or well drilling experience helpful but not required. Competitive salary & benefit package to qualified applicant. Resume or questions can be emailed to drilling4h20@aol.com, faxed to 804-561-6091 or mail to P.O. Box 358 Amelia, VA 23002. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ONLY PLEASE.

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FAX: (804) 598-7757 or classifieds@powhatantoday.com HOUSES UNFURNISHED

Powhatan County Schools is accepting applications for the position of VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) Program Coordinator. The member will be instrumental in establishing and developing a mentoring program. This position is full time. Benefits of VISTA Service include an annual stipend of $11,352 with a $5,500 education award or a $1500 cash stipend. For more information contact Randy Watts, (598-5700) or randy.watts@powhatan.k12.va.us

FOR RENT

Residential for Rent

4 High Street Cartersville, VA 23027 3 bedrooms, 1 bath $750/month

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.

5001 Pontons Circle Amelia Courthouse, VA 23002 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, basement $1295/month 941 Clementown Road Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms , 1 bath $650/month

APARTMENTS UNFURN. Powhatan - Upstairs near Flat Rock. No Pets. $650 per month plus deposit. Call 804-314-5191

21501 Sappony Road Moseley, VA 23120 2 bedrooms, 1 bath. $750/month

HOUSES UNFURNISHED Powhatan $850 per month plus deposit. No Inside Pets. Call 804-314-5191

3144 Kemp Trail Powhatan, VA 23139 1 bedroom, 1 bath. $650/month

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POWHATAN’S PAPER OF RECORD

HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL SERV. IN HOME SUPPORT SPECIALISTS: Goochland-Powhatan Community Services has several part-time openings available in the Goochland, Powhatan, and Mechanicsville/Hanover areas. Earn $10.15 per hour working with people with intellectual disabilities in their homes afternoons/evenings. Experience preferred, but will train the right person. Valid VA driver’s license and acceptable record required. Open until filled. Visit www.gpcsb.org for application and description, or call 804-5565400. EOE.

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OTHER FARM HELP WANTED: SEED PLANT OPERATOR Agricultural and Mechanical Skills Desired. Call 804-370-7210

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