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Powhatan, Virginia

Vol. XXXVII No. 18

The hometown paper of Nancy Cole

Overbey found guilty Contributed Report

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owhatan Commonwealth’s Attorney Robert Beasley announced last week that Jason Merritt Overbey of Amelia was found guilty by a jury of two counts of first degree murder and two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony for the May 22, 2011, murders of Kenneth Moore Jr. and Robert Mann Jr., both of Powhatan. The trial was held on April 21 in Powhatan Circuit Court. The jury recom-

mended Overbey be sentenced to two life sentences for the murder convictions and to three- and five-year mandatory sentences for the firearms convictions. Moore and Mann were found dead of gunshot wounds on May 22, 2011, on Moore’s family farm in Powhatan. The evidence revealed that Overbey was, at times, an employee of Moore, who worked on the farm. “This has been a long and difficult road for the Moore and Mann families,” Beasley said. “But

Supervisors consider axing school retirement program By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

Jason Overbey today, justice was carried out in this case.” Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney Richard K. Cox tried the case on behalf of the Commonwealth. A date for the judge to formally sentence Overbey will be set during the June term.

Cooks to compete May 3 at Powhatan’s BBQ Jamboree By Korey Hughes Special Correspondent

If you’ve got a craving for cooked meat, you should check out Powhatan’s Annual BBQ Jamboree on Saturday, May 3. The event, which exhibits the efforts of Virginia-based barbecue cooks, will take place from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the field behind Frisby’s Side Door at 2150 Anderson Highway in Powhatan. Proceeds from Powhatan’s Annual BBQ Jamboree will benefit the Powhatan Fire, EMS and Volunteer Rescue Squad and the Virginia Wounded Warrior Project Region IV, which includes Powhatan County. The Virginia Wounded Warrior Project provides support services to

“The competition will include pork, chicken, briskets, ribs and a people’s choice award,” Meg Anderson event co-organizer

The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors is considering taking official action on when and how to end the county school division’s controversial Supplemental Retirement Program, and a discussion of whether and how to do so sparked heated debate at an April 21 meeting. During an hour-long discussion, supervisors took issue with the assertion that the program saves money, expressed concerns about lack of communication and transparency from the school division and pointed specifically to former superintendent Margaret Meara being allowed to participate as an example of mismanagement of the program. Supervisors also scolded the school division for choosing to reappropriate money saved in last year’s

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Taste, a restaurant located at Fort Pickett. Anderson said she collaborated with her business partner, Chris Bliley, and with Dean Cejek and Janet Chamberlayne, co-owners of Jadean’s Smokin’ Six O, to organize the event. “At the time, we were see BBQ page 6A

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District 1 supervisor David Williams said “there’s plenty of blame to go around” for problems with the school division’s Supplemental Retirement Plan, which the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors discussed on April 21. Here, he looked on as Powhatan County School Board chairman Rick Cole offered rebuttals to supervisors’ comments on the matter.

budget, $690,000, to the a piano dropped on us program just before the from a 10-story window,” end of the fiscal year. “That was like having see SCHOOL page 4A

Powhatan County budget public hearing set for May 5 By Jodi Deal

military veterans and their families. Although 2014 marks the first time the event will occur, Meg Anderson, one of the event’s co-organizers, said she is already looking forward to being able to bring the get-together back to Powhatan year after year. Anderson is one of the co-owners of In Good

April 30, 2014

The Powhatan County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 5, at the Village Building on the proposed 2014-2015 county budget and real estate tax rate. The board is set to take a final vote on the budget one week later, at a meeting set for 7 p.m. on Monday, May 12, also at the Village Building. 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. While supervisors reconsidered two Powhatan County Sheriff’s Office deputies and three 911 dispatchers requested by Sheriff Gregory Neal, 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 see BUDGET page 5A

STUDENTS’ ARTWORK SELECTED FOR DIGITAL HOLIDAY CARD

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atercolor artwork by students from Powhatan County Public Schools was selected by Richmond CenterStage to be part of the organization’s digital holiday card, which included “Winter Wonderland”themed student art from around the region set to music. Some of the students were on hand to be honored at an April 8 Powhatan County School Board meeting. They included from left, front row, Izabelle Snyder, Jami Martin, Lindsey Freeman and Abby Baldwin, all of Pocahontas Elementary School. Other participants from their school included Ruby Conner, Garrett Albert, Isabella Lipkey, Taylor Jarrett and Brynne Smith. Shown in the second row are Alec Rowley, Trey Thompson and Maria Conti, all of Powhatan High School, along with Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools. Other Powhatan High School participants included Katie Poque and Zach Frame. The digital holiday card can be seen online at vimeo.com/82136165#t=0. PHOTO BY JODI DEAL

Inside

Sports

A3 School Board honors Scholastic art winners. Right: Niomi Kaiser “Self Portrait”

B1 After two knee surgeries, PHS keeper Kyle Knapke is having a successful senior season.

Index Calendar

A9 Letters

A8

Classified

B6 Obituaries

A2

Crossword

A9 Opinion

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Horoscope

A9 TV Listings

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Southside Arts Music and Theatre sponsors Broadway Musical Camp By Korey Hughes Special Correspondent

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f you think that your youngster needs to do something constructive this summer, you might consider enrolling him or her in the upcoming Broadway Musical Camp. Presented by Southside Arts Music and Theatre, the day camp will expose local children to the bright lights and bold sounds of the theater experience from start to finish. Aimed at kids from ages 8 to 17, the Broadway Musical Camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays from Monday, July 7, through Friday, Aug. 1. Southside Arts Music & Theatre is located at 1685 Anderson Highway in Powhatan. And, throughout the year, the school provides private music lessons and theatrical training to area youth who live in Chesterfield and in Powhatan. Michael McDaniel is the owner of Southside Arts Music and Theatre. He will direct the Broadway Musical Camp production. According to McDaniel, youngsters who attend the camp will receive exposure to the various aspect of the theater including costuming and set design. In past years, the school has done smaller shows such as “Aladdin” and “Sleeping Beauty,” but McDaniel said that he would like his campers to perform the famous Broadway musical “Annie” this year. At press time, the play that will be performed had not yet been confirmed. That’s because, as McDaniel explained, a minimum number of participants must register before he can purchase a license to perform a copyrighted show. “A minimum of 25 kids to do a full version of ‘Annie,’ but there are other plays or musicals that you can do with a smaller cast,” McDaniel said. “I didn’t put a deadline on the registration because I will let

people sign up until the day of the camp.” “That’s because I don’t want to tell anybody that they can’t do it. But, I’m going to encourage people to sign up by June 1 because that is when I will do my head count.” Why is McDaniel considering “Annie” as one of the possible show choices? Well, as he explained, it’s a fun play that isn’t difficult to plan and execute in a short period of time. “With a large cast, it’s not hard to put together,” McDaniel said. “From a logistical standpoint, ‘Annie’ is easy to do, because everything is real.” “All of the language is real, and everyone wears regular clothes, not to mention that everybody knows the story. Annie is the girl who is down on her luck, and there’s a sense of redemption that happens when she meets Daddy Warbucks, so it’s a fairly positive story for kids.” Local families should consider enrolling their children in the Broadway Musical Camp because it’s a positive activity that kids can take part in while they learn values such as self-assurance and teamwork. “I always encourage people to do an experience like this at least once in their lives because of the values it imparts,” McDaniel said. “Whether your part is big or small, you’re going to be a part of the whole.” “A lot of kids have trouble with confidence when they’re out in the world, but, when you’re on stage, you have to find that selfconfidence. And, as opposed to sitting in your house playing video games all summer long, it’s a fun and cool experience for a kid to have.” The price for the Broadway Musical Camp is $500. A $100 deposit is due at the time of registration. For more information about the Broadway Musical Camp, call 804-6159477 or visit www.southsidepa.com.

CORRECTION The caption for a photo of Nathan Orban on the front page of the April 23, 2014, edition of Powhatan Today should have read Nathan Orban, a young

cancer survivor, was able to sit in the Virginia State Police helicopter. The boy did not take a ride on the helicopter. We apologize for the error.

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O B I T UA R I E S Durwood Bartlam BARTLAM, Durwood Ray, 89, of Powhatan, went to be with our Lord April 22, 2014, after a long battle with cancer. He was a WWII veteran, who proudly served in the U.S. Army. He worked for and retired from Reynolds Metals. He will be fondly remembered by his family and friends for his playful spirit, silly songs and devotion to his family and love of the outdoors. Durwood is survived by his beloved wife of 67 years, Audrey Reese Bartlam; daughter, Sharon Kite (Stephen); son, D. Keith Bartlam (Melanie); five grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. The family received friends April 24 at the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, 3215 Anderson Hwy. (Rt. 60), Powhatan. Funeral services were held April 25 in the Powhatan Community Church. Interment Powhatan Community Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made toPowhatan Community Church, P.O. Box 834, Powhatan, Va. 23139.

Warren Carter CARTER, Warren L., 87, died of respiratory failure on Good Friday, April 18, 2014 at St. Mary’s Hospital. A Richmond native, he graduated from John Marshall High School. He was Captain of F Company. Warren, a lifelong Baptist, was a member of First Baptist Church, Ashland, where he was a deacon and Sunday school teacher. He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. He earned his degree in Civil Engineering at Virginia Tech (VPI). He was employed by R. Stuart Royer & Assoc. and Greely and Hansen. He retired from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Warren was a loving husband father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Joie; his daughters, Janet VanderLinde (Craig) of Charlottesville, Va., Sarah Gerber of Ashland, Leigh Ann Carver (Andrew) of Schuyler; stepson, Eric Jordan (Mandy) of Marysville, Wash. He is survived by nine grandchildren, Justin VanderLinde (Candice), Brook VanderLinde (Bryan Naylor), Erin Davis, Cameron Davis, Jenna Jordan, Tyler Jordan, Taylor Carver, Cecil Carver and Sid Carver; one great-granddaughter, Soleil Naylor; a brother-in-law, Harold Smith; and nieces and nephews. A memorial service celebrating Warren’s life was held on April 23 at First Baptist Church in Ashland. Following the service, a reception and visitation was held in the Fellowship Hall. The family wishes to thank the staff at Sitter & Barfoot Veterans Center for their care of Warren over the last few years. We also wish to thank the Bon Secours Hospice staff for their end of life care. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Bon

Secours Richmond Health Care Foundation, 7229 Forest Ave., Ste. 200, Richmond, Va. 23226 in support of the Community Hospice House, or Lonesome Dove Equestrian Ctr., 6137 Old Buckingham Rd., Powhatan, Va. 23139.

James Donikens DONIKENS, Mr. James, 91, of Powhatan, departed this life on Saturday, April 19, 2014 in Richmond. He is survived by a brother, Lloyd Brown of Powhatan; two sisters, Rena Hull of Hyattsville, Md. and Daisy Hampton of Richmond; one uncle, Faurice Taliaferro of Washington, D.C.; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral services were held April 26 at Little Zion Baptist Church in Powhatan, with interment in church cemetery. Rev. Dr. Gregory Beechaum Sr., pastor, officiated. Public viewing was held on April 25 at the funeral home. Marian Gray Thomas Funeral Home of Cumberland was entrusted with professional services.

Earlene Jones JONES, Mrs. Earlene Margaret, 58, of Powhatan, departed this life Sunday in Richmond. She is survived by her husband, Stephen Jones; two sons, Bernard Jenkins (Virginia) and Earl Jenkins; two daughters, Shevell Jenkins and Latisha Jenkins (Oscar Sanchez); eight Jones grandchildren; one brother, William Boyd (Vanessa); two sisters, Sybil Brown (Charlie) and Yvonne Bailey; one aunt, two sistersin-law, mother-in-law, and a host of other relatives and friends. A funeral was held on Friday at Little Zion Baptist Church, Powhatan, with interment in The Garden Family Cemetery, Cumberland. Rev. Dr. Gregory L. Beechaum Sr., pastor, officiating. Public viewing will be held on Thursday at the Marian Gray Thomas Funeral Home of Cumberland, who is entrusted with the professional services.

Elizabeth Wade WADE, Mrs. Elizabeth Peters, 85, of Amelia passed away Saturday, April 19, 2014. She was born June 10, 1928 in Rocky Mount to the late Leonard S. and Mary Barbour Peters. She retired from the Dress Company in Farmville. She was the widow of Daltern Lloyd Wade. Mrs. Wade loved playing cards, Bingo and going camping with her family. She was a member at Sandy Creek Baptist Church in Amelia. She is survived by her children, Jimmy Wade (Belinda) of Ashland and Brenda Foster (Carlton) of Amelia; siblings, Wayne Pe-

ters (Brenda) and Linda Blankenship both of Rocky Mount; grandchildren, Thomas Wade (Jeanne) of Powhatan, Sylvia McGinnis of Richmond and Lisa Adkins (Adam) of Charles City; three great-grandchildren, Rachael and Josh Wade of Powhatan and Olivia Adkins of Charles City. She was preceded in death by siblings, Aubrey Peters, Shirley Peters and Geraldine Dillon. A funeral service was held on April 21 at Sandy Creek Baptist Church with interment that followed in Trinity Memorial Gardens in Rice, Va. Family received friends on April 20 at the Shorter Funeral Home, who served the family.

Fred Wiseman WISEMAN, Fred W., 89, of Powhatan, passed away April 20, 2014. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Fosta Ann Wiseman; two stepdaughters, Deborah and Elaine Johnson. He is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Shirley Wiseman; son, Wiseman Wallace Wiseman; and loving daughter, Semona Munford; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Carol Jean Wiseman and Elizabeth Canipe (Buddy). He retired after 20 years from Richmond City schools. Fred never met anyone he didn’t love and who didn’t love him. He will be greatly missed for his talent for telling jokes. When you saw Fred, you always walked away with a smile. The family received friends on Sunday at Bliley’s-Chippenham, 6900 Hull Street Rd. A funeral ceremony was held on Tuesday at Virginia Veterans Cemetery at Amelia.

Kenrda Vester VESTER, Kendra “Cookie,” 70, of Powhatan, died April 24, 2014. She is survived by her best friends, Bertie Wood of Powhatan, Diane Davis of Cumberland; daughters, Debra Faucher of Florida, Dana Castelvecchi (Frank) of RichVester mond; brother, Howard Wilson III of Tennessee; six grandchildren and one great-grandson. She was preceded in death by one granddaughter, Heather Renee Moorefield. The family received friends on April 27 at the Bennett & Barden Funeral Home, 3215 Anderson Hwy. (Rt. 60),Powhatan, with a ceremony by the Women of the Moose. Memorial contributions may be made to the Richmond SPCA. Online condolences maybe made at bennettbardenfh.com.

Relay for Life fundraisers approach Contributed Report Relay for Life in Powhatan County has many fundraising events for the public, including Thursday, May 1, at which time the organization will take

part in National Day of Prayer and combine it with a Service of Hope as members pray for the nation and pray for a cure for cancer. The service will get underway at 7 p.m. at the

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May Memorial Baptist Church at 3922 Old Buckingham Rd. in Powhatan. Ruth Boatwright, of Relay for Life, said, “Our nation and our county will lift our voices as one nation and one people in music, prayer and hope.” At 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 3, a lunch will be served with a Fashion Show following at St. John Neumann Church at 2480 Batter-

son Rd. in Powhatan. Fashions will be provided by Chico’s. Tickets for the lunch and fashion show are $25 each and may be purchased at Richardson Harris Boatwright from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by calling 804-598-3074. “Let’s make Powhatan the place where people come together to make a difference in the life of those we love and care about,” Boatwright added.

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Scholastic art winners honored Staff Report

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everal Powhatan County students were among those across the nation who received regional recognition for their artistic prowess through the national Scholastic Art Awards, and were honored for their achievement at an April 8 Powhatan County School Board meeting. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is the Richmond region affiliate for the national Scholastic Art Awards. According to Scholastic, nationwide, nearly 200,000 students submit their art pieces for review by panels of art professionals and compete for recognition, scholarships and exhibition opportunities each year. Regional awards include American Visions, Gold Key, Silver Key and Honorable Mention. Gold

Key award-winning projects go on to the national competition level. The following students received awards in the 2014 Scholastic Art Awards Program:  Sara Rogan, a senior at Powhatan High School, received a Gold Key in photography for a piece called “Odd Dreams;”  Tre’ Taliaferro, a senior at Powhatan High School, received Silver Key in painting for his piece, “Autumn & Maddie;” and  Niomi Kaiser, a senior at Powhatan High School, received Silver Key for her mixed media piece, “Self Portrait.” Honorable mention recipients included Powhatan High School students Sara Rogan, Christopher Bamman, David Brizendine, Mariah Casanga, Chris Bamman, Casey Cole and Caroline Jones.

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Sara Rogan, left, and Tre’ Taliaferro won Gold and Silver Key awards, respectively, in the national Scholastic Art Awards. The pair was on hand at an April 8 Powhatan County School Board meeting to be recognized for their achievements. Tre’ Taliaferro’s “Autumn & Maddie”

Local resident shares stained glass talents Special Correspondent

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hen most people hear the words stained glass, thoughts of elaborate decorations that are found on the walls at houses of worship immediately come to mind. But, for Sandy Silver, the reflective material also is a mode of creative expression. And, for the last 10 years, Silver has used it to make stained glass art creations that have caught the attentions of local citizens. Silver already had an artistic background when she first began creating

for many years. “It was a jump from graphic arts, which is what I started with,” Silver said. “But, now, it’s an addiction.” A Powhatan resident since 1983, Silver said she began spending more time working in the glass medium after she retired from Central Virginiabased law firm Allen, Allen, Allen and Allen. She worked for the firm for 28 years and enjoyed her time at its Chesterfield and Richmond locaStained glass art by Sandy Silver tions. the colorful pieces. But, working with “It was a great place to work, and glass was a bit of a departure from do- they were very good to me,” Silver ing watercolor portraits, which is the see GLASS page 7A medium that Silver had engaged in

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vice chairman David Williams, who represents District 1, said. He also said that the program doesn’t make fiscal sense, pointing to private and public sector trends toward ending similar retirement incentives and benefits. School Board chairman Rick Cole took the podium near the end of the meeting for an impassioned response to some of the points made by supervisors, and said a majority of the members of his board have already agreed to phase out the program after giving 17 employees who currently are eligible the opportunity to participate. He added that the controversy over the program has taken an inordinate amount of the School Board’s time over the past year, distracting them from other matters. “All I can tell you is that the School Board has done what they thought was best for our students and staff, and we continue to do that,” Cole said. “You can second guess and criticize us all you want to, but for you to say we’ve withheld information from you intentionally or done things behind

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people’s backs, that’s not true.” Cole also said that he would like to see the program continue indefinitely, but added that his board is willing to cooperate. “This is causing too much trouble, and we’ll drop it at this point,” Cole said. “We’re going to stop it because you asked us to. You certainly have communicated that indirectly if not directly.” The School Board sent a letter to the Board of Supervisors last month stating that the program will be phased out, but has yet to take an official vote on the matter. The Board of Supervisors had a closed meeting last week on the SRP, citing the section of Virginia law that allows private meetings with legal counsel over legal matters. Supervisors will revisit the matter at a meeting set for at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 5, and could take action that night on one of the options they are considering for bringing the program to a close.

Program, options Williams was quick to point out that — no matter what action the Board of Supervisors takes — no one intends to take away benefit payments for employees already in the program. Those payments are obligations the county can’t drop. Under the Supplemental Retirement Program (SRP), which was started in 1996 but altered in 2002 to remove maximum age cut-offs, employees who have served a minimum number of years with the school division and are nearing retirement can opt to work one more year for a portion of their salary, either 25 or 35 percent, with the rest of their earnings for that year placed in a special trust fund. After that year, the employee retires, but continues to receive payments for 25 to 35 percent of

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Powhatan County School Board chairman Rick Cole took to the podium to respond to members of the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors’ comments about Powhatan County Public Schools’ controversial Supplemental Retirement Program during an April 21 Board of Supervisors meeting.

County administrator Pat Weiler brought two options for ending the program before the board. One option would immediately close the program to new participants, ending it completely once the retirees already participating receive their remaining payments from the trust fund. A second option would keep the program open for one more year, allowing 17 employees who currently qualify to participate to opt in by June 30, 2015, then end the program once all participants are paid out. Supervisors and others who have expressed concern with the program have pointed to the trust

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“Maybe this program was abused, and maybe some individuals who shouldn’t have benefited from the program,” Melton said, but added that he doesn’t feel others should be punished for those instances. “This is a complicated program. I don’t think there was any intent of anyone to maliciously move money around or hide money.” The Board of Supervisors appropriates money to the School Board to run the schools, Melton pointed out. “We don’t run the schools — I don’t want to run the schools,” Melton said. Later in the evening, Melton encouraged all supervisors and School Board members to “stop personal attacks on each other.” Williams said the Board of Supervisors didn’t “go looking for” a problem — rather, supervisors were approached by concerned School Board members and citizens. “At the end of the day, we’re sending over money that constitutes a higher cost of personnel — more money than it actually takes to fund the people in the positions there,” Williams said. “Cost is cost.” Williams added that “there’s plenty of blame to go around for how this was administered,” but later said he’s not pointing a finger at Dr. Eric Jones, superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools, or new School Board members Sammy Frame and Kim Hymel. He also questioned the legality and prudence of allowing Meara to serve as an assistant superintendent for her final year with the school division alongside Jones, her replacement. Moore, who also has served on the School Board, pointed out that School Board members have failed in years past to

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the trust fund the first year that they fully retire, Weiler explained. However, if the salary savings are rolled into the trust fund for the first three years of retirement, not just the first year, Weiler said, the unfunded liability for stopping the program would drop to $203,522. Under the second option, if 17 new employees enter the program, the unfunded liability if only one year of salary savings is placed in the trust fund would be $163,808, assuming the trust fund earns 2 percent interest. Budgeting for those savings to be rolled in for an additional year would

District 2 supervisor Jason Moore said he doesn’t see a net savings from the program if the difference in a retiree’s salary and a new hire’s pay is simply rolled into the program. Barry Hodge, who represents District 3, said the issue has spawned lots of misinformation. He also said the taxpayers ultimately fund the program, and that money may be better spent elsewhere. The School Board even opted to suspend the program during tough economic times, he added, questioning why the program wouldn’t be left in place if it is, as its supporters claim, a money saver. Hodge pointedly called for all documents relating to the SRP, including original documents from its inception, all communication with the Internal Revenue Service or consultants on the matter, all audits pertaining to the trust fund and all changes that have been made to the program’s rules since it began. District 4 supervisor Bill Melton said that, morally, he can’t support stopping the program without allowing the 17 eligible employees the opportunity to sign up.

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make the trust fund solvent, with no unfunded liability, according to Weiler’s calculations. “If you continue to put that differential into the SRP, that will fully pay for the retiree,” Weiler said. Those numbers are all estimates, Weiler stressed. How much money would be “saved” by an employee’s retirement depends on when that employee would have retired without the opportunity to participate in the program, and where on the pay scale a replacement would be placed.

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fund’s unfunded liability as a source of consternation. Right now, the unfunded liability, or the difference in the amount of money that must eventually be paid to participants and the actual amount of dollars in the trust fund, is $452,362. That number, an estimate, is a worstcase scenario, as it assumes the trust fund won’t earn any value over the next five years and that no new employees will enter the program. It also assumes that the difference in each retiree’s salary and the salary of their replacement will be placed into

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their salary for five to seven years. By the end of an employee’s years in the program, they receive a total of 125 percent of the salary they would have earned for working one year. Seventy employees have participated in the program since its inception. Right now, three employees who have enrolled in the program are working their final year in schools and will enter retirement with payments from the trust fund in July, joining 34 employees who have retired and are still receiving payments.

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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

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Powhatan Today, April 30, 2014

Tractor Supply’s Paper Clover Campaign supports local 4-H Contributed Report

Powhatan County 4-H program. Cathy Howland, Powhatan 4H Extension Agent, said, “These funds have benefited the local program through support of 4-H scholarships, providing pizza for the annual 4-H recognition dinner and sending youth to 4-H Congress. We appreciate Darrell Butler, Powhatan TSC store manager, and his willingness to work with the local 4-H club members and volunteers to make these opportunities happen.” The spring 2014 4-H Paper Clover Campaign is taking place through Sunday, May 4. Shoppers at the Powhatan TSC store will have the opportunity to support 4-H in Powhatan

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he National 4-H Council recently announced the launch of the spring 2014 4-H Paper Clover Campaign in partnership with Tractor Supply Company (TSC). This event marks the fourth year of collaboration between the organizations on the national in-store fundraiser, benefiting state and local 4-H programming in each of the communities where a TSC or Del’s Farm and Feed Supply store is located. During the 2013 fall Paper Clover Campaign, more than $200 was raised on behalf of the

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Powhatan County School Board to use part of its appropriation to fund a corresponding 2 percent raise for school employees. The board opted against Weiler’s sugges-

tion to include 2-cent increase in real estate taxes to offset revenue lost by devaluation in the most recent real estate reassessment. In the proposed budget the county has advertised, the real estate tax rate will remain flat at 90 cents. Alongside $11.4 million in pressing projects

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ask questions that could have led to a greater understanding of the program and where the county’s money is going. Cole told supervisors that debating whether salary savings would be better spent elsewhere is, in his view, pointless, since the savings wouldn’t exist if employees didn’t retire early. As for Meara’s assistant superintendent position, he said the school division had eliminated a similar position several years ago, and has benefited from Meara’s year of service in that capacity before her official retirement under SRP. “I can take a figure and you can take a figure and make it sound however you want it to sound,” Cole said. The bottom line is that many school divisions across the state have had, and continue to have,

more than $3.3 million to 4-H across the country. All proceeds raised directly benefit 4-H, with 70 percent of funds being returned to state and local 4-H programs. The effort has provided direct support for local camps, afterschool programs and other activities, and has granted scholarships to these events that youth can explore their interests in everything from animal science to robotics. “Our Paper Clover efforts are one of the key ways our stores can give back to the communigrams in Powhatan. In just four years, across 48 ty,” John Wendler, senior vice states, the TSC 4-H Paper Clo- president of Marketing for Tracver Campaign has provided tor Supply Company, said. “By County by choosing to purchase paper clovers for a $1 or more at checkout. All funds raised will be donated to 4-H, and will support 4-H youth development pro-

in the proposed Capital Improvement Plan, the county has $13 million in other capital needs, like deputies’ 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

programs like SRP, Cole said, pointing out that the retirement option helped the school division avoid layoffs a few years back. As for the $690,000 transferred into SRP at the end of the 2012 fiscal year, Cole said the decision was uncomfortably quick, but said the money was a good way to offset unfunded liability in the trust fund. “The liability in the trust fund was there. We were going to have to pay it at some point,” Cole said. “It was hard. I felt rushed into the decision, I’ll be honest with you. But when I look back on it, there’s nothing wrong with that decision.” Cole added that the school division has tried and will continue to try to provide supervisors with all available documents that don’t pertain to specific personnel issues. “One thing we have not done is we have not gotten together in private and decided what we were going to do before we got into a meeting,” Cole said. “We’ve done it publicly and we’ve done it openly.”

of the $24.5 million in CIP and other capital needs she has identified. After the hearing, supervisors ultimately have the option to approve a budget amount and tax rate equal to or lower than what they’ve advertised, but can’t pass something higher without going through the advertisement

Citizen input Two citizens spoke in favor of continuing SRP, touting it as a way to save money and reward employees. “These employees have earned the right to take part in this program,” Christine Noechell said of the 17 employees who currently are eligible. “They should not be pawns in the political game this board is playing.” James Woodson called the program a “win-win situation,” pointing out that SRP replaces employees high on the salary scale with new hires who make less money. “Through the course of this situation, if some decisions have been made that compromise the efficiency of the SRP program, I understand that, and a lot of people understand that,” Woodson said. “But those decisions were made in good faith for an employee who has served the county well.” Either way, Woodson said, eligible employees deserve at least the option to participate.

providing essential funding for hundreds of thousands of 4-H young people, we are able to support local organizations that are important to both our customer and our Team Members. We’re proud to help improve the many communities in which we have stores through our partnership with 4-H.That is what Tractor Supply is all about.” Once again, funds donated during the national campaign will be tracked online and recorded by state and by store. For more information on the spring 2014 4-H Paper Clover Campaign and to view the donation tracker, visit www.tractorsupply.com/4-H,

and public hearing process again. 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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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

“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.

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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

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

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

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Hobson’s Chapel

United Methodist Church PASTOR TIM KENNELL 804-598-0240, 598-3365 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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Powhatan Today, April 30, 2014

Powhatan dentist provides care in Dominican Republic By Korey Hughes Special Correspondent

Imagine a place where regular dental care isn’t readily available, and where people refuse to smile because they lack self-confidence. Then, imagine embarking on a trip to that place to bring hope to that population. That’s what Dr. Tracy Spaur, a Powhatan-based dentist, did along with a group of 15 other area volunteers. As Dr. Spaur explained, it’s difficult for many people to get in the Dominican Republic to receive dental care because of the cost involved. “We were providing for people who had no access to dental care, and, if it had been done, it was substandard,” Spaur said. “Many of them thought that what

we might consider a temporary filling in the United States was a permanent filling.” Dr. Spaur’s daughter, Nena Spaur, who also teaches first grade at Flat Rock Elementary School, participated in the trip as a dental assistant. Nena also had taken part in other medical mission trips to the Dominican Republic, and she said that the level of dental care that is available to most citizens there is substandard at best. “It’s not readily available, and it’s extremely expensive because there isn’t dental insurance through the government, so it’s cash up-front,” Nena said. “There is more support available for general medical care, but dental care isn’t supported by the government, so the level of

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dental care that is provided there is way below what any American dentist would provide.” Members of the Southside Nazarene Church in Chesterfield organized the trip. Spaur said participants paid for their own air fares, food, dental instruments and supplies. “We do at least one every year, but we go to the Dominican Republic because it’s a Third World country where there is a lot of need,” Spaur said. Fifteen people from six area churches, including Southside Nazarene, took part in the trip that lasted Saturday through Saturday, March 1-8. Dr. Spaur’s dental hygienist and niece, Melanie Campbell, and his dental assistant, Ginger Boyles, were among the trip’s participants.

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Overall, the group had a rudimentary understanding of conversational Spanish. Fortunately, translators were there to bridge the communication gap. “We learned a little bit of Spanish — things like open your mouth, close your mouth, spit, and we were able to ask them if they had any pain,” Spaur said. “And, we had no suction, so they had to spit into a cup, but we also learned some greetings and sorts of minimal communication, but primarily, it was through translators with our team.” By the time the trip ended, the group had provided services for 236 patients. Spaur said his team performed 107 extractions, 165 cleanings, 36 fillings and two root canals. The assistance provided

was estimated at more than $50,000, but the dentist said that the smiles that were repaired were worth the investment. “There was a lady who had huge cavities between her front two teeth, and she kept her hand over her mouth and she wouldn’t smile, so it was just overwhelming for her that she would be able to smile again,” Spaur said. “And, there were teenage girls whose front teeth were broken off, and we were able to fix them.” “These people couldn’t get it done any other way, so it would not have been done. But, it was lifechanging for them, and it was a blessing.” Spaur also said that he has performed similar procedures for underprivileged

people in Powhatan, but that his time spent in the Dominican Republic has helped him to reflect about how fortunate he feels that he can help people in both areas. “I’d also like to say that we don’t just treat people in the Third World, but we also help as many folks as we can in Powhatan, and we’re glad to be a part of that as well.” Spaur said. “I’m just glad to be a part of the community, because God has given me this gift to help people.” “But, when we were in the Dominican Republic, I just felt a great sense of humbleness that I was able to help so many people in life-changing ways and that I got to be a part of that. It’s good to have a skill that people need.”

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culinary creativity. “The competition will include pork, chicken, briskets, ribs and a people’s choice award,” Anderson said. “There will also be an event called ‘Anything But,’ and, during that event, competitors will use pork to create anything they want,” Anderson said. At this writing, a number of teams have confirmed their participation in the contest. A team will consist of a head cook plus up to four assistants, and Anderson said that some of those food preparers have military backgrounds. In addition to barbecue, seasonal foods such as cotton candy, hamburgers, hot dogs and kettle corn will be sold that day. Anderson said, however, that contest participants will not sell their wares during the event. Live musical performances will give participants tunes to tap their toes to while they enjoy the proceedings. At press time, confirmed musical guests included

Buff Shaggy, Everwilde, Scott Wood Band, Southern Ambition and Weeping Molly. Live and silent auctions will give attendees the chance to bid on an assortment of items. An inflatable bounce house aimed at kids and appearances by craft and jewelry vendors are some of the activities that will round out the festivities. Powhatan’s Annual BBQ Jamboree is described as a gathering that local residents should attend because it will be a good time that benefits good causes. “It’s in support of Powhatan County, and it’s a backyard barbecue competition where people can show us what they can do,” Anderson said. “And, we have local wounded warriors who can benefit from it.” A $5 donation is requested upon entry. The event will be held rain or shine. For more information about Powhatan’s Annual BBQ Jamboree, email pvabbqjam@gmail.com.

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at a memorial service for a dear friend of ours who loved to cook as well,” Anderson said. “We’re all into things like mobile concessions and catering, and we put our heads together and decided to do a barbecue competition.” “We wanted to help the (Powhatan) Fire and EMS and the Rescue Squad, and since our restaurant was on a military base, we wanted to help the Wounded Warrior Project as well. Specifically, we are donating to the region that includes Powhatan, so any donations that are provided as people come in will help to benefit those three organizations.” A barbecue cook-off competition will be Powhatan’s Annual BBQ Jamboree’s biggest attraction. Anderson explained the various categories that will be featured during the event, including a special classification that will provide a chance for the competitors to show off their

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Powhatan Today, April 30, 2014

No treasure hunting: Supervisors crack down on metal detecting By Jodi Deal Richmond Suburban News

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f you’re thinking of going treasure hunting on county property, think again. It’s already illegal under state law to dig on county property, according to Powhatan County Attorney Tom Lacheney, but several recent run-ins between treasure hunters and law enforcement officials have prompted the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors to look at passing a local ordinance with a little more oomph.

Public Works director Chris Rapp told the supervisors at an April 7 meeting that both deputies with the Sheriff’s Office and public works staff have encountered people using metal detectors and digging on county property. He added that the incidents are “becoming more frequent” and “the individuals are becoming more resistant” to stopping when told to do so. Lacheney agreed. “The last person found digging was belligerent, claiming they had a right to dig there,” he said. The proposed ordinance, which super-

visors reviewed on April 21, prohibits citizens from using powered metal and mineral detectors, digging on county property, or removing items from the soil. Just in case, the local law also includes a provision that allows individuals who have lost a personal item on county property to look for it as long as they obtain permission from the county administrator. At the suggestion of District 2 supervisor Jason Moore, the proposed ordinance would make the offense a Class 4 misde-

meanor, which carries up to a $250 fine but wouldn’t result in jail time. That, Moore said, gives the ordinance teeth but doesn’t make it too heavy-handed — unless “you’re a complete jerk to the judge.” A public hearing on the matter will be held during a meeting set for 7 p.m. on Monday, May 19, at the Village Building. Jodi Deal is news editor of The Mechanicsville Local and The King William Local.

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the STEPS Centre at 100 Industrial Park Road in Farmville. For more information, The Powhatan Chamber of Commerce call the Chamber at 804-598-2636. will present a Small Business Community A “Save the Date!” event is the 95th Showcase today (Wednesday, April 30) at Annual Powhatan County Fair, which will

be held Friday through Sunday, May 1618. The stage play, “Lady Patriot,” will be presented Friday through Sunday, May 23-25, at the Modlin Center for the Arts at

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Schools kick off energy conservation contest

said. “I worked for them in various capacities.” So, with the extra time that Silver had after leaving the firm, she decided to put it to good use. But, when asked if she considered it a hobby when she first started creating the glass creations, she pointed out that her desire to do it made it more than just a fleeting interest. “It started as a passion, to be perfectly honest with you,” Silver said. “You feel compelled to do it, and, now, I feel like it’s something that I should be doing.” Silver explained that her creative process starts with a basic idea. Then, she figures out which colors and textures of glass shards will be needed to organize a concept into a cohesive piece. “It starts with an idea in my mind or a drawing, and, when you put the light behind it, it’s like looking at jewels,” Silver said. “Every pattern in the glass is something to use or to consider, and it needs to have a grain in it.” “There are hundreds and hundreds of different types of glass. A lot of it is textured, and some of it is streaked with a grain, kind of like wood, but I like to utilize that, and people have said that when they see it, it (looks like it) moves.” Some of the pieces can take weeks to put together. Cutting, grinding, soldering

Festival. The festival will get underway from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, at the corner of 522 and Fairgrounds Road in Goochland. Sponsored by Goochland County Parks, Recreation and Facilities, proceeds from A Day in May will benefit Goochland County Fire and Rescue #5, Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services and Goochland Food Pantry. A Goochland Parks, Recreation and Facilities employee contacted Silver about taking part in the Show and Sell after she saw one of Silver’s creations. Silver said she is looking forward to the event be-

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and  Have some fun as we work together to become Watt Watchers, learn and save. By simply turning off the lights when leaving the room and, when possible, unplugging electronics when not in use, students will see how much energy their school can save. A portion of each school’s savings will be turned back to the school. The school that saves the most energy during the month will win bragging rights.

May is the month of flowers and energy saving in Powhatan County Public Schools. Elementary and middle school students will kick off the month of May with an energy conservation contest. The purpose of the initiative is to: Sandy SIlver  Continue to increase student cause it benefits the chari- awareness of our carbon footprint and table groups. ways we can all make a difference; “I always like to keep it  Realize energy savings and the close to home, and — if financial benefits of those savings; something that I participate in benefits the community — it’s a win-win situation for all,” Silver said. At this point, SilLiving rooms, dining rooms, ver has created bedrooms and mattresses up to more than 100 pieces of 70% off MSRP! stained glass The Best Collection of Dining Room art. And, with her passion for Tables in Richmond! the medium at its peak, she said she  No credit? No problem!  No downpayment option  Up to 5 years* free financing Pick up or delivery • Open 7 days a week won’t stop making them anytime soon. Silver said the sensation that she receives when she gets compliments on her art All sales final Major makes her feel just as good credit *Subject to credit cards approval as she does when she’s accepted making the pieces. Your home town discount furniture store “All the comments have 3 LOCATIONS CONVENIENTLY LOCATED MINUTES FROM ANYWHERE been encouraging,” Silver said. “I’ve heard that they Mechanicsville Midlothian Colonial Heights to Next to look like they’re alive, and 8235 Mechanicsville Tnpk Dick’sNextSporting 1516 Koger Center Blvd JCPenney 1042 Temple Avenue Goods Custom I’m very touched by that.” Mechanicsville, VA 23111 Richmond, VA 23235 Decorating Colonial Heights, VA 23834  (804)746-7781 (804)794-2100 (804)722-3201  “They can’t imagine how much work is involved. And, they also say that I should get it out there and that it’s very beautiful.” For more information about SShards’ stained glass creations, call Sandy Silver at 804-598-7945 or 804-615-0562. or email her at ssilver20@comcast. net.

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Springtime fun

Supervisor questions school budget petition By Jason Moore

By Melody Kinser

Special to Powhatan Today

Managing Editor

Wow — the calendar is chock full of events in Powhatan County these days. Spring’s arrival signals the start of so many exciting opportunities for family, friends and neighbors to enjoy the wonders of the county. Let’s start by saying “Thank you” to the Powhatan Chamber of Commerce, an organization that leads the way in bringing entertainment and good ol’ family fun to the community. Village Vibe kicked off a few weeks ago with something for everyone. Mother Nature cooperated with a lovely Friday evening to launch the series. Let’s go ahead and look ahead into May (which just so happens to mean a turn of the calendar tomorrow), with the 95th Annual Powhatan County Fair. Ninety-five years! How impressive is that?! The fair will be presented Friday through Sunday, May 16-18. And, yes, you will be reading more about this Powhatan County tradition in upcoming editions. A major event that supports a cause that impacts everyone is Powhatan Relay For Life, which will be held on Saturday, May 31. Do your part to help in the fight against cancer. One thing is for sure as spring gets into full swing: We don’t lack for something to do in Powhatan County. Mark your calendars — it’s an exciting time to be here. Whatever your interests, chances are Powhatan County will offer just what you’re looking for this spring and summer. Oh, and right across the county line in Midlothian, the 4th Annual Virginia Hops and Barley Festival will be presented from 1 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, May 10.

I, robot? By Jim Ridolphi Contributing Columnist

I heard one of those billion dollar teenage tech wizards on a recent business show stating the old ways of doing things are gone and today’s world is totally about high tech solutions, cyber interaction and social media. Now, that’s the vision of the future I never could quite understand. The speedy electric floating cars and computerized house cleaning I got a good idea of from the Jetsons, but I never could envision how humans would act in the totally automated, one swipe future. Over the years, I’ve watched movies where androids from the future are often thrifty with words, short on interpersonal interaction and almost machine-like in their actions. Future cities always look like very quiet, barren, non-distinct architectures with no traffic jams, or folks jabbering on the street. Point is, we may be heading to a point where those fantasies become reality if you take this guy’s word for what lies ahead for humankind. And his theory may hold more water than I originally considered, as I study my fellow earthlings in recent situations. Heads are usually bowed, intently flipping through their mobile devices. Interaction with other specimens is sparse, at best, and all action is mingled with regular return visits to the hand-held device. Students don’t take notes. They take photos or record teachers’ lectures with their iPhones, admittedly more efficient than pen and paper. see ROBOT page 9A

A PCEA (Powhatan County Education Association) petition is circulating supporting increasing the local transfer to schools by $181,000. The petition claims the money is needed to fund a 2 percent pay increase. The petition perpetuates a misbegotten belief that the Powhatan County Board of Supervisors, and not the Powhatan County School Board, makes the final decision on the schools’ budgetary priorities. The schools have the funds needed for a 2 percent pay increase and, if the increase is not funded, then the responsibility rests with the School Board. The School Board passed a $44.2 million spending plan based on estimated revenues of $43.8 million. The revenues include almost $1.9 million in new revenues from state and local sources, yet still create a deficit of $360,000. Supervisors advertised a school budget of $43.65 million. The difference between the schools’ spending plan and the proposed transfer is $550,000. I support increasing school funding, but I do not support certain items in the spending plan. The School Board should prioritize a pay increase over the following items. Eliminate funding for the three new full-time administrative positions totaling $287,000 in savings. The schools have cut numerous positions over the last few years. Teaching assistants and other classroom personnel should be reinstated prior to adding more administrative staff. Defer $181,000 in contract extensions. The county will require its employees to work an additional 2.5 hours per week in July. This additional time will equal 15 days over a year. These employees will receive no additional compensation for the extra time worked beyond a 2 percent pay increase given all employees. The schools have 32 administrators who will be asked to work an additional 15 days over the year. The schools want to increase these administrators’ salaries by more than the 2 percent raise to compensate them for the extra work time. I cannot support treating county and school employees differently. Delay implementing a revision of

(Editor’s note: We apologize for the error and extend our thanks to the dedicated individuals who organize the Powhatan Christmas Mother program and ensure its success every year.) Today is the second time I have read in your paper that the Powhatan Christmas Mother program is “run by American Legion Post 201.” This is a false statement as our Christmas Mother is not, and never has been run by the American Legion or any other organization. I have been with the Christmas

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or Dr. [Eric} Jones [superintendent of Powhatan County Public Schools]. To quote: “respect the decisions of Dr. Jones and the School Board, as they are highly qualified professionals capable of running a successful school system.” Altering a budget does not mean you doubt the professionalism of its creator. We refused the sheriff’s request for two deputies. No one has claimed we think the sheriff [Gregory Neal] is unprofessional. It is our duty to balance the needs of every county department and prioritize those needs. Decreasing or increasing a department’s budget is part of that balancing act. The School Board faces a similar balancing act. They can decide to fund new administrative positions, pay increases for administrators, a retirement package for the former superintendent or a 2 percent pay increase for all employees. The decision rests with the School Board. In addition, when the supervisors explain their school budget votes, some complain that we are trying to dictate policy to the School Board or do their job. Supervisors have a duty to explain how and why they concluded what is the schools’ appropriate funding level. Failure to explain how the funding level was determined represents a dereliction of our duty, but the explanation does not infringe on the School Board’s prerogatives. The School Board can ridicule, ignore or consider our thoughts; and that decision is one each School Board member makes for themselves. Finally, the petition is misleading in both its explicit goal and implicit meaning. The explicit goal is for an additional $181,000 in local funds for a 2 percent pay increase. The money is available for a pay increase, if the School Board decided to make the pay increase a priority. The implicit goal is to imply that the supervisors doubt the integrity and professionalism of the School Board and Dr. Jones, and that we want to usurp their authority to govern the schools. We doubt neither, but we have a duty to explain our votes regarding why and how the schools are funded.

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the athletic/sponsor supplemental schedules. This savings are almost $12,000. The 2 percent raise is of more importance than the admiral goal of increasing the supplements paid coaches and sponsors. The total savings from these three items is $480,000. These savings close the funding gap from $550,000 to $70,000. The state failed to pass a budget. The schools could receive an additional $113,000 in state funding. My experience during past state budget impasses is that schools receive more funding when the state budget is passed. This is not a guarantee, but the $70,000 difference could be funded with state monies. If the shortfall cannot be erased with state funds, then the schools can reconsider their decision to allow the former superintendent into the SRP (Supplemental Retirement Plan). SRP savings would erase the deficit. A 2 percent pay increase can be achieved without the $181,000. Supervisors lack the authority to dictate a budget to the schools. We may appropriate money to the schools with two limitations. We can appropriate the money in categories or on a partial basis (semi-annual, quarterly, etc.) instead of lump sum to monitor the funds. Even with those limitations, the final determination of how the funds are spent remains with the School Board. Realizing the School Board is the final arbiter of how its funds are spent, when supervisors appropriate the school budget we have three options. We can accept the school budget as is; decrease or increase the budget based on a balancing of the needs between the schools and all other county departments. Only once, in my memory, have the schools received more money than requested, so there should be no expectation of receiving the requested or extra funding. Most departments fail to receive the funding requested. There is not enough money to fund all of the needs much less all of the wants for this county. We have hundreds of millions of dollars in capital projects which are unfunded. We have leaking roofs, poor HVAC systems, etc., but we prioritize and achieve what we can. Furthermore, the petition alleges that the supervisors do not respect the professionalism of the School Board

Mother program in one way or another since its inception in 1967. It was started by what was then known as the Home Demonstration Clubs, sponsored by the Extension Service of VPI and SU, and has always been successful thanks to the generous people of Powhatan and our wonderful volunteers. We have been privileged to have use of the War Memorial Building for our annual activities for several years, but in light of recent changes, we are now in the process of trying to locate a new venue large enough to support our program.

We have grown over the years, just as our citizens’ needs have grown, and it will be hard to duplicate the space provided by the War Memorial Building. Since our members strive so hard to provide toys, clothing, food and other gifts to our clients, I would appreciate seeing a correction in your paper, giving credit to the many volunteers who make the Powhatan Christmas Mother program an annual success. Sincerely, Lois Schalow Powhatan

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Powhatan Farmers Market moves to new location Contributed Report The Powhatan Farmers Market will host its Grand Opening on Thursday, May 1, at its new location next to the Powhatan Tractor Supply on Route 60. Local produce vendors, arts and crafts vendors, and wineries are signed up to be there every Thursday May through October. Local producer Bill Cox said, “The market is excited to be on the Flat Rock Village Shopping Center property, next to Tractor Supply. We believe their customers will be farmer’s market customers.” The Grand Opening will feature a ribbon cutting ceremony at 4:30 p.

m. on May 1 by Powhatan County Board of Supervisors chairman Carson Tucker and county administrator Pat Weiler. The Powhatan Farmers Market is a community of farmers, growers and artisans who believe in being good stewards of the environment and raising food in a sustainable method. Among the vendors scheduled to participate in the Powhatan Farmers Market throughout the 2014 season are: Aurthur Jenkins Photography, Balm of the Earth, Bodie Winery, Casslemonte Farm LLC, Elk Island Winery, Garden Gate Landscape & Design LLC, Jolly J’s Kettle Corn, LandovEl Farm/The Holy

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GraEl, Melrose Farm, Merry Soapmakers, Money Pit Acres Farm, Plants & Pallets, Powhatan Crafts, and Sunny Side Farm. Check the market website for additions. The first Thursday of each month also will feature a Children’s Corner with agriculture-related activities, as well as the Powhatan Kids Market complete with young entrepreneurs marketing produce and products they have made or grown. The local market will provide residents with easy access to high quality, locally grown products that are fresh and nutritious. Markets provide farmers and craftsmen — small

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Yes, this tech savvy youngster on a national cable news show had it all figured out, and, surprisingly or perhaps not, was counting his millions well before his 25th birthday. And while I agree that technology will eventually change our everyday lives, people becoming non-communicative and eliminating the need for real human interaction is a resulting theory I don’t buy. Which brings me to a new phenomenon called technology detoxification. Putting down the cell phone and signing off email for a dedicated period of time is becoming trendy, and, more importantly, necessary, for an over-taxed technologically-based citizenry. It’s a way to become fully engaged with something that was once called the real world, the face-to-face personal interactions that provide the most reward in life. It’s a world where texting

lgae and weeds taking over your pond? The Powhatan and Goochland Cooperative Extension Offices will be hosting a Pond Workshop from 9 a.m. to noon on Friday, May 9, in Powhatan. Dr. David Crosby and Dr. Brian Nerrie, Aquaculture Extension Specialists at Virginia State University, will be the guest speakers for this educational event. Topics to be covered include: weed management, fish populations and water quality. Participants are encouraged to bring their own pond water and weed samples to be analyzed and identified during the workshop. Pre-registration is required along with $5 fee to be received by Friday, May 2. Either call or register on-line at https://docs.google.com/a/vt.edu/ forms/d/1dn3M3tAKMYFQhI1OVfY TsMitjNtAzaL1IMjZ7wPRn60/viewform. For more information, contact the Powhatan Extension Office at 804-5985640 or visit http://offices.ext.vt.edu/ powhatan/ or Facebook at Virginia Cooperative Extension — Powhatan County.

local businesses — an opportunity to sell their products directly to the public. According to the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (VDACS), “The continuing growth of Virginia farmers’ markets helps maintain agriculture as the Commonwealth’s number one industry with an economic impact of $52 billion annually and 357,000 jobs to its credit. The markets also help sustain Virginia’s working farms that provide green and open spaces and help preserve the high quality of life enjoyed by Virginians.” The Powhatan Farmers Market will be open from 4 to 7 p.m.

is replaced with talking, and relationships are touchable and up-close. An atmosphere where online personas are replaced with real and tangible attributes may provide a much more valuable experience than chatting online. Perhaps, it’s just a question of how to achieve the perfect blend of new technology and tried and true personal interaction that will provide the ultimate solution to a tech crazy world. The simple reality is the beauty and sounds of a spring meadow cannot be recreated in a virtual environment, and photos of glowing fireplaces will never supply the warmth and security of the real thing. Many of life’s most enriching moments are not cyber based. And, perhaps, a man who made billions with high tech innovative thinking and a more than stubborn will to succeed said it best. “I believe in the triumph of humanity with a little help from technology,” Twitter co-founder Biz Stone recently said. True that.

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Family story hours are held at 10:30 a.m. at the Pow- Saturday, May 3 hatan Library on Monday Elementary and Wednesday. The li- Powhatan School PTO’s Spring Yard brary is closed on Sundays and Plant Sale to be held and county holidays. For from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call 804more information contact 598-5670. Tiffany Yarbrough at DaThe Powhatan Lions Club vidsgrl722@msn.com or will meet at 6 p.m. at the Shelley Shust at shelley. County Seat Restaurant. shust@hotmail.com. For more information, call Mike Jones at 804-794- A Pancake (Stancake) dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. and 1440. a Free Gospel Concert Evening Book Group will starts at 7 p.m. with the meet at 6 p.m. at the PowMen of Faith from North hatan Library. Carolina at Old Powhatan Baptist Church at 2202 Old Thursday, May 1 Church Road in Powhatan. Dinner is $5 for adults. ChilThe Powhatan County Fair dren under 12 are free. association meeting will be held at 7 p.m. the Powhat- Awaken to Hope Al-Anon an Fairgrounds located at meeting will be held at 7:30 4042 Anderson Highway in p.m. at St. John Neumann Powhatan. For more inforCatholic Church. mation visit www.powhatPowhatan AA meets at 8 p. anfair.org. m at Manakin Episcopal Awaken to Hope Al-Anon Church on Huguenot Trail. will meet at 7:30 p.m. at St. John Neumann Catholic Monday, May 5 Church. Library family story hours Powhatan AA will meet at 8 (see above). For more inp.m. in the Powhatan Vilformation call 804-598lage Building. 5670. Powhatan Farmers Market - Tuesday, May 6 Roundabout will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. at 3835 Old An AA meeting will be held Buckingham Road in the at 8 p.m. at St. Luke’s EpisVillage. Fresh produce, beef, copal Church on Huguenot seafood, baked goods, Trail. eggs, pottery, jewelry, soaps, wool, cut flowers and BINGO Games begin at 7 p. m. at the Powhatan Moose more. For information visit Lodge. For more informathepowhatanfarmersmartion call 804-598-2809. ket.com. The Powhatan Women Republicans monthly meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. Kay’s Krafters — a small at the Powhatan Library. branch of From the heart Stitchers will meet from 1 to 5 p.m. For more informaFax submissions to tion and location informacalendar to 598-7757, tion call Donna at 804-598email to news@powhatan. 7514 or visit www. com, or mail to 3229 Anfromtheheartstitchers.org. derson Hwy., Powhatan, Va 23139. Deadline is 3 Willis Canada will be singp.m. Friday for the following at Shiloh Pentecostal ing week’s issue. Calendar Church on 3400 Courtannouncements cannot be taken by phone. We reserve house Rd. at 7 p.m. A love the right to edit all items offering will be taken. A submitted. Spaghetti Dinner will be

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CANCER - Jun 22/Jul 22 Cancer, give your finances serious consideration this week. Find a solid plan for saving and stick with it because you are going to need extra funds in a few months.

LIBRA - Sept 23/Oct 23 Don’t sweat the small stuff, Libra. Others are more focused on the bigger picture so you don’t need to fret over everything. Relax and things will come together nicely.

TAURUS - Apr 21/May 21 Untangle yourself from conflicts at work, Taurus. This is not the time to get involved in anything that may put your chances for a promotion in jeopardy.

LEO - Jul 23/Aug 23 Expect some great news to come your way this week, Leo. This news may impact your personal or professional life, or even both. Ready yourself.

SCORPIO - Oct 24/Nov 22 Watch out for any impulses that are out of character for you, Scorpio. You could be feeling like abandoning your usual modus operandi in favor of taking a more risky approach.

GEMINI - May 22/Jun 21 You are full of intellectual energy, Gemini. Answers to trivia show questions come easily to you and you’re ready to solve the world’s most pressing problems.

VIRGO - Aug 24/Sept 22 Virgo, be flexible with your schedule so you can go with the flow as much as possible this week. Try something silly that will put you in a good mood.

SAGITTARIUS - Nov 23/Dec 21 You have lots of social energy this week, Sagittarius. Others are relying on you, and you are likely to have many admirers by the week’s end. Take this opportunity to impress.

CAPRICORN - Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, daily life can be tiring, but you need to find a way to muster a little more energy. Get adequate rest and eat right so you have the energy you need in the week ahead. AQUARIUS - Jan 21/Feb 18 Life gets a bit interesting this week, Aquarius. Embrace change, even if the concept of change is alien to you. It is good to get out of your shell. PISCES - Feb 19/Mar 20 Pisces, now might be a good time to reflect and take a break from the hustle and bustle. See if you can fly solo for a little while.

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Pugh between the pipes Powhatan native was in net for U of R lacrosse program’s first victory By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

For the first three games of the 2014 lacrosse season, Powhatan native Ben Pugh was one part of a two-goalie system. Pugh, who is in his freshman year at the University of Richmond, split time with fellow goaltender Conor Shannon over the first three games of the season. But during the week leading up to a Feb. 22 game against Mercer, head coach Dan Chemotti decided he wanted more stability at the keeper position. “He wanted to go to a one goalie approach,” Pugh said. “So practice turned into a second tryout, We battled it out, taking turns with the first team defense. The night before the game, coach Chemotti told me I was going to be the starter.” True to his word, Chemotti left Pugh in for all four quarters against Mercer. But the Powhatan native struggled between the pipes. He allowed 11 goals and was handed a loss that dropped the Spiders to 03. In an attempt to get the season back on

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University of Richmond goaltender Benny Pugh makes a save during a game against High Point on April 12. Pugh, a Powhatan native, has been the Spiders’ full-time starting goalie since March 8. The Spiders started the season 0-5, but have won four of their last nine. This is their first season in NCAA competition.

course, Chemotti replaced Pugh with Shannon for the next two games. The change in net did nothing to reverse Richmond’s fortunes: They lost both contests and fell to 0-5. With his team reeling, Chemotti decided to plug Pugh back in between the pipes. The decision turned out to be a wise one. The March 8 game against Vermont finally put an end to the maddening goaltending carousel. On what Pugh calls “a historic day for the program,” Richmond downed the Catamounts (5-8) in Durham, N.C., to capture the first win in program history. Since that momentous day, the 6’4, 185-pound

freshman has spent every minute of every game in net for the Spiders. Pugh recalled the significance of his team’s first win. “The first game is big, but the first win is even bigger,” he said. “I think I can speak for the entire team when I say that was the best moment of the year thus far. To play a major role in the program’s first victory was a great honor. To see my teammates celebrate after goals and in the locker room after the game … it was just awesome.” Richmond’s initial victory proved to be an omen of more impending success. Since their inaugural win over Vermont, they’ve won games against Wagner, Furman

and Jacksonville. The Spiders have been particularly potent as of late, compiling a 3-3 record over their last six games. A four-win regular season is hardly something to wag a finger at for a team that is competing in their inaugural season in the NCAA. Even their losses have been tightly-played games: Eight of their 10 defeats have been by four goals or fewer. “The games we’ve lost have been really close,” Pugh admitted. “Especially the game against High Point. We had a nice lead going into the fourth quarter and let it slip away. I hope we

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Benny Pugh, who stands at 6’4, has won all four games for the Spiders this season. “The first game is big, but the first win is bigger. I think I can speak for the entire team when I say that was the best moment of the year thus far,” he said of the see PUGH page 5B first win in U of R lacrosse history.

The ballad of Knapke’s knees After knee surgeries, PHS keeper ready to finish prep career on high note

prosperous senior year, it’s senior Kyle Knapke. In each of the past two seasons, Knapke, the starting keeper for the PHS varsity soccer team, has suffered brutal season-ending knee injuries. The first came before the start of his sophomore season. The second came about halfway through By Mike Schoeffel his junior year. All things Sports Writer considered, he’s logged about a year’s worth of If any Powhatan High rehab at Tidewater PhysiSchool athlete deserves a

cal Therapy. In fact, over the past two years, he’s spent more time trying to get back into game shape than actually playing the game. Each of Knapke’s knee injuries could be accurately described as a “freak accident.” The first incident occurred a little over two years ago at a basketball camp hosted by PHS basketball coach Steve

Washburn. Knapke bumped knees with a fellow camper, but didn’t place any significance on the incident since he didn’t experience any abnormal pain, he. However, two weeks later, when he landed after going up for a lay-up, his patella tendon “ripped away a piece of my tibia in my left knee,” as he put it. The significance of

the initial knee bump was thus revealed: A hairline fracture had weakened the bone, and the harsh landing had finished the gruesome job. Knapke’s sophomore season went up in smoke. Instead of thwarting potential goal-scorers on the soccer pitch, he went under the knife. A screw was inserted in his knee to bring his tibia back to working order. After the surgery was

thoroughly healed, he entered into a strenuous rehabilitation process that lasted nearly half a year. As he recalled, rehab was mentally and physically draining. “The process was incredibly time-consuming,” Knapke said. “I lost a lot of muscle mass which I had to build back. [Physical therapist] Amanda [Tolbert] helped see KNAPKE page 4B

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S W I N G I N G B AC K F O R A N N A Home run derby raising money for Powhatan’s Anna Guthrie Contributed Report Fundraiser: Swinging Back for Anna Date:

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Events: Adult slow pitch home run derby, high school home run derby (baseball and softball), donation by 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 directly on Anna Guthrie’s Go Fund Me Web Page.

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 Adult home run der- swings to hit as many by: home runs as they can. Slow-pitch softball Winner will be preformat. Check in at 11 sented with a trophy. a.m. Start time 11:30 on High school home Blue Field. run derby (baseball/soft Hitters will be split ball): into two groups. Check in at 10 a.m.. Each hitter gets 10 Start Time 10:30 a.m. on outs to hit as many home Green Field. runs as possible. There will be a baseFoul balls count as ball group and a soft ball outs. 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.

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 Donation by distance shirts for $10. All money (baseball/softball): raised from t-shirt sales Check in 10 a.m. Start goes directly to the Guthtime 10:30 a.m. on Blue rie family. Field. Each hitter gets five hits. Sponsors will Contact Kaitlyn Crane donate money per foot at Kaitlyn.crane@yahoo. the ball is hit. The farthest com to sign up for this hit out of five attempts event.

Catching up with...Adam Netherland By Mike Schoeffel Sports Writer

Powhatan High School alumnus Adam Netherland recently wrapped up his senior season with the Hampden-Sydney baseball team. But the southpaw hurler and 2009 graduate of PHS isn’t too concerned about the looming athletic void. Not in the least. This southpaw has plans to fill his free time with a number of leisurely outdoor activities, most notably golf and fishing. Last Sunday, the English major, nationally competitive bowler and Barry Zito fanboy took time to answer a few questions for the Powhatan Today.

Why did you chose Hampden-Sydney? I chose HampdenSydney College because of it’s history, size, and rigorous academia Also, it was an opportunity to play baseball in college. What were some of your greatest achievements in high school (records/accolades/ great games, etc)? Just being apart of such a great team was an achievement in itself. How do you think playing under [PHS head coach] Gregg Conner helped prepare you for competition at the next level? Playing under coach Conner helped me prepare for competition at the next level in many ways. Coach Conner taught us discipline, which correlated to our

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Powhatan High School alumnus Adam Netherland recently finished his senior season on the Hampden-Sydney baseball team. “Now that baseball is over, I plan to do a lot of fishing and golfing in the near future,” he said.

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playing style and contributed to the winning tradition at Powhatan. Coach Conner is one of the best coaches I have ever played for. What has been your favorite aspect about Hampden-Sydney so far – athletically, socially, academically, etc.? My favorite facet

about HSC is the brotherhood. Coming in, I didn’t know how I would like the all-male aspect, but it has ultimately molded me into a better person. In no time, I made great friendships with teammates that will last a lifetime. Another great aspect of HSC is the Greek life. I’m a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and this has provided me with a brotherhood within a brotherhood. What has been the most memorable moment – either individually or as a team – of your college career thus far? The most memorable moment of my college career would be from this season. We finished the season with a record of 27-15, tying the school’s single season wins record. Individually, my most memorable college moment would be my first collegiate appearance from freshman year, and with my first pitch I drilled the guy in the helmet. However, I struck the next two batters out, and got a ground ball to get out of the in-

ning. Words can’t describe how nervous I was. What are you majoring in at HSC? What do you plan on doing after you graduate college? I’m majoring in English, and plan on getting a job in the finance world after graduation. What’s something interesting about you that most people don’t know? Most people don’t know that I’m a pretty good bowler. I actually went to nationals three times when I was younger. Aside from baseball, what are your other hobbies? Aside from baseball, my favorite hobbies are fishing, sailing, and playing golf. Now that baseball is over, I plan to do a lot of fishing and golfing in the near future. What is one piece of advice you would give to a former high school athlete entering into the world of college athletics? One piece of advice I would give an athlete see LEFTY page 5B

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Baseball: Fuqua wallops Blessed Sacrament, 19-1

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Softball: Fuqua whips Blessed Sacrament, 22-1

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Top, the Knights’ Brittney Kirby fires a pitch against Fuqua on April 23. Left, Blessed Sacrament third baseman Abbi Sill prepares to fire the ball across the diamond. Right, catcher Kayla Rider adjusts her mask during the top of the second inning against the Falcons. The Knights battled hard, but struggled, eventually falling to the visitors from Farmville 22-1.

Knapke: ‘There are more shutouts to come.’ Continued from page 1B

known Knapke since the 18-year-old moved to Powhatan in June 2010. Humphreys was quick to praise his keeper, noting his fortitude in the face of trying circumstances. In light of Knapke’s unbreakable character, Humphreys called him as “the heart and soul of the team.” “For Kyle to have a big-time knee injury not once but twice is something most athletes his age never have to deal with,” Humphreys said. “But for him to

me so much during the process. I really can’t thank her enough.” Just as Knapke was returning to a sense of normalcy, he experienced his second monumental knee injury. This one – which occurred five games into his junior season – was perhaps even more bizarre and unexpected than the first. To add insult to literal injury, it was his right knee this time. “Go figure, right?” Knapke said, stifling a laugh. “I don’t know how it happened. It was just sort of out of the blue. I was going to take a kick and … “The hardest part of the second wham.” As Knapke recalled, his right patella dislocated rehab process was overcoming it and shifted all the way “to the other side of my knee.” mentally. Knowing that I was going As he writhed in pain, it became apparent that another season was going to be lost to a ghastly joint to have to go through the same injury. thing all over again was very He returned to the gurney for surgery, where he taxing.” contemplated permanently hanging up his cleats (“It wasn’t something I was seriously considering, but it Kyle Knapke, on his second certainly crossed my mind,” he said). rehabilitation stint at Tidewater After surgery, it was off to Tidewater PT for anPhysical Therapy other “four to five months” of therapy. Knapke said the second stint at Tidewater was even more challenging than the first. “The hardest part of the second rehab process was work through rehab again to be ready for his senior overcoming it mentally,” Knapke said. “Knowing season is inspiring. It speaks volumes for who he is that I was going to have to go through the same thing as a person.” all over again was very taxing.” Six games into his final year with the varsity socIndians assistant coach Aaron Humphreys - who see KNAPKE page 5B played keeper for the Indians in the mid-2000s - has


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Pugh: ‘It’s cliche to say, but we really are just one big family.’ Continued from page 1B

get to see them again in the [Atlantic Sun Conference] tournament.” Though the Richmond roster features a hodgepodge of transfer students and inexperienced freshman, Pugh said team chemistry has been more of a strength than a hindrance. In fact, several transfer students who have made the jump to U of R’s program during the middle of season have “come in and fit perfectly … like they’ve been here the entire time.” “We do everything together and never really seem to get sick of one another,” he said. “It’s cliché to say, but we really are just one big family. We’ve all bought into a common cause and we’ve been doing whatever it takes to help each other out. It’s been pretty awesome to be a part of it.” The Spiders opened their first season in one of the most imaginable, ways possible hosting seventh-ranked Virginia in front of 4,200-plus fans - many of whom had made the journey from Charlottesville and beyond. The Spiders were more competitive than the pundits predicted, taking a 9-7 lead into

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Benny Pugh nearly does the splits during a game against High Point. The Spiders will play the first postseason game in program history on Thursday, May 1 against Mercer. A win guarantees them a spot in the Atlantic Sun Conference championship game.

half-time. But the advantage wouldn’t hold. The offense sputtered in the second half, and the Spiders fell 12-11. Shannon got the start in net, but Pugh played every minute over the final two quarters. “The atmosphere, with all of those people, was kind of unreal,” recalled Pugh. “It was crazy being able to make a save on [midfielder Rob]

“The atmosphere with all those people was kind of unreal. It was crazy being able to make a save on [midfielder Rob] Emery, who I’ve seen play on TV countless times.” Benny Pugh, on playing UVa

Emery, who I’ve seen play on TV countless times. To be able to shake [Virginia head coach] Dom Starsia’s hand after the game was really cool. It’s surreal to be on the same level as those guys.” With all of Pugh’s success at Richmond, it’s hard to imagine he almost ended up 372 miles away at St. John’s University. He committed to

the Queens-based school while at Woodberry Forest, but had a change of heart after considering, among other things, the strain the distance from home would put on family life. Now that he is thriving at Richmond – a school he dreamt about attending as a kid – he said he can’t picture himself anywhere else. “I can’t really imagine it any other way at this point,” he said. “St. John’s is having a great year, but being able to do what I’m doing here is 10 times better.” The fact that he frequently gets to visit with amily has made his relatives - including his beloved grandma - “really happy.” “My parents actually just dropped off food for dinner,” he said. “We had a game on Easter but I was still able to spend time with my family. That never would have been the case had I gone to St. John’s.” The University of Richmond lacrosse team will compete in the first postseason game in program history on Thursday, May 1. They are set to take on Mercer in Macon, Ga. A victory guarantees the Spiders a spot in the Atlantic Sun Championship on Saturday, May 3.

Knapke: “Always stay motivated to get better” Continued from page 4B

cer team, Knapke is injury-free and thriving like he always believed he could. The Indians currently boast a 3-2-1 record, and Knapke has played a huge part in that success. The team’s three victories, which have come against Louisa, Smithfield and Fluvanna, have been shutouts. Knapke is confident that this is only the beginning of what he hopes to be a memorable come-

back tour. “There are more shutouts to come,” he said confidently. Humphreys couldn’t be more pleased with the way Knapke’s senior season has unfolded. After all, his team is above .500 and his keeper is finally getting a chance to put his talents on display at the varsity level for an extended period of time. “He’s having a great year for us,” said Humphreys. “I’m hesitant to even think about injury when it comes to Kyle because he’s already been

through so much. We have been very cautious with getting Kyle back into the swing of things.” To account for Knapke’s unique needs, Humphreys has cut back on “keeper training,” an intensive regimen that would ask too much of Knapke’s surgically repaired knees. Instead, Humphreys has relied on a more vocal approach to coaching that has worked to a T thus far. He’s also implemented a stretching and strengthening routine for Knapke to lessen the

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Powhatan High School keeper Kyle Knapke makes a save during a home game earlier this season. Knapke, who has had season-ending knee injuries in each of the past two seasons, is looking to finish his high school career on a high note.

Lefty: ‘College is a completely different world.’ Continued from page 2B

My ideal vacation destination would be anywhere in the Caribbean. The who’s getting ready to enter the college sailing is great, the women are great, and the beach athletics world is nice, too. would be to lisWho is ten closely and your favorite take advice from “My ideal vacation athlete of all their older teamdestination would be time? mates. They My favorite have been there anywhere in the Caribbean. athlete of all quite a while The sailing is great, the time is Barry longer, and have Zito, a pitcher more wisdom women are great, and the with the San and know what’s beach is nice, too.” Francisco Gibest for most ants. Being a Adam Netherland situations. left-handed College is a pitcher like completely difZito, I always ferent world, wanted to pitch both on and off just like him. When I was younger, I the field, and any piece of advice will wrote him a letter, and he wrote me help. back and sent me an autographed baseWhat is your ideal vacation destiball. Ever since, I have been his (selfnation? proclaimed) biggest fan.

chance of another injury. “Our main priority is to keep Kyle healthy and injury-free for the entirety of the season,” said Humphreys. “Kyle plays a crucial role on this

team. His experience and leadership are vital to our success.” When asked what advice he would give to high school athletes who find themselves confront-

ed with a serious injury, Knapke doled out some curt-yet-telling wisdom. “Don’t let it get the best of you,” he said. “And always stay motivated to get better.”

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TRUSTEE SALES TRUSTEE’S SALE OF 1630 Olde Links Drive Powhatan, VA 23139 In execution of a Deed of Trust in the original principal amount of $308,493.00, dated June 27, 2008, recorded among the land records of the Circuit Court for the County of Powhatan on June 27, 2008, as Instrument Number 080003347, in Deed Book 750, at Page 625, 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 June 9, 2014 at 4:00 PM, the property described in said deed of trust, located at the above address and briefly described as: Lot 31, The Links of Mill Quarter, Section 1, as shown on plat of subdivision made by C. E. Duncan & Associates, Inc., dated April 6, 2005, and recorded April 18, 2005, in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia, in Plat Cabinet H, Slide 3, and to which reference is made for a more particular description of the land hereby conveyed.. Tax ID: 038A-3-31. TERMS OF SALE: ALL CASH. A bidder’s deposit of $12,000.00 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: VA/GNMA (Trustee # 549033) 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 # 1074.00365 04/30/2014, 05/07/2014 NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 2700 Daphne Lane, Powhatan, VA 23139 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated May 29, 2008, and recorded at Instrument Number 080002923 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $267,500.00. 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: May 23, 2014 at 10:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL that certain parcel of land lying and being in Huguenot District, Powhatan County, Virginia, containing 10 40 acres, shown and designated as "Parcel G" on plat of survey by Foster & Miller, certified Surveyors, dated February 2, 1970, a copy of which is recorded in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of Powhatan County, Virginia, in Deed Book 93, page 518, and in accordance with said plat being more particularly described as follows. COMMENCING at the point of the northern and western lines of the northern terminus of a fifty foot road called Daphne Lane as shown on the aforesaid plat, said point being marked thereon "A", thence from said point of commencement proceeding with the said western line of said Daphne Lane South 33 degrees 58’ 30" West 300 feet, thence leaving said western line of said Daphne Lane and proceed North 56 degrees 01’ 30" West 252 07, thence North 25 degrees 27’ 40" East 39 68 feet, thence South 86 degrees 17’ 30" East 77 61 feet, thence North 3 degrees 57’ 00" East 786 54 feet, thence South 86 degrees 17’ 30" East 555 55 feet, thence South 4 degrees 02’ 20" West 483 30 feet, thence South 73 degrees 32’ 45" East 39 80 feet, thence South 23 degrees 00’ 21" West 338 72 feet, thence North 56 degrees 01’ 30" West 238 92 feet to the point of commencement, 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 $27,000.00, 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. 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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COUNTY OF POWHATAN, VIRGINIA PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED ANNUAL OPERATING BUDGET AND REAL ESTATE TAX RATE FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 2015 (FY 2015)

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 2204 Highland Drive, Powhatan, VA 23139-6126

By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated May 14, 2007, and recorded in Deed Book 720, Page 089 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $185,000.00. 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: May 23, 2014 at 10:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of Lot 3, Section "D", Pine Wood Estates as recorded among the land records of Powhatan County in Cabinet D Slide 187, 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.

By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated July 3, 2007, and recorded in Deed Book 725, Page 050 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $219,600.00. 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: May 23, 2014 at 10:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL that certain lot of land, with the improvements thereon and the appurtenances thereto belonging, designated as Lot 25, of that certain subdivision known as Lake Shawnee Estates, situated in the Huguenot District of Powhatan County, Virginia, all as shown on plat of survey prepared by Woodrow L. Cofer, Inc., Certified Land Surveyor, dated April 7, 1993 (previously erroneously cited as June 10, 1993, and recorded June 2, 1993), entitled "Resubdivision of Lots 23, 24, & 25, Block "I" of Lake Shawnee Estates-Huguenot DistrictPowhatan County, Virginia" A copy of which plat is recorded in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia, in Plat Cabinet E, Slide 95, and to which plat reference is hereby made for a more particular description of the property hereby conveyed. BEING the same real estate conveyed to Sara C. Farrar by Deed from Nancy Lam, Megan Truong, Lele Vo, Cyndi Lam, and Virginia Lam, dated 06/28/07, recorded simultaneously herewith and just prior hereto in the Clerk’s Office, Circuit Court, Powhatan County, Virginia., 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.

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 NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 3398 Upper Tillman Way, Powhatan, VA 23139 By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed of Trust dated July 14, 2005, and recorded in Deed Book 655, Page 049 in the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit Court for Powhatan, VA, securing a loan which was originally $162,900.00. 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: May 27, 2014 at 11:00 AM improved real property, with an abbreviated legal description of ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND, WITH APPURTENANCES THERETO BELONGING, LYING AND BEING IN SPENCER MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT, POWHATAN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, KNOWN AS LOT 11, MAIDENS ADVENTURE SECTION, UPPER JAMES, AS SHOWN ON PLAT ENTITLED "UPPER JAMES, MAIDENS ADVENTURE SECTION", MADE BY BLAZER AND ASSOCIATES, INC., DATED MAY 19, 2004 AND RECORDED IN THE CKERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT COURT OF POWHATAN COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN PLAT CABINET G, SLIDE 72 AND 73, TO WHICH PLAT REFERENCE IS MADE FOR A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION OF THE REAL ESTATE HEREBY CONVEYED. BEING THE SAME REAL ESTATE CONVEYED TO THE GRANTORS BY DEED RECORDED IMMEDIATELY PRIOR HERETO., 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 $14,000.00, 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.

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. The public hearing is for the purpose of allowing the public to question and comment on the proposed annual operating budget and proposed tax rate for real property. All citizens are invited to attend and share their views on the proposed budget within such reasonable time limits as shall be determined by the Board of Supervisors. A summary of the proposed annual operating budget is available for public inspection from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. weekdays. The hearing is being held in a public facility believed to be accessible to persons with disabilities. Any person with questions on the accessibility of the facility should contact the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors at the County Administrator’s Office at 3834 Old Buckingham Road, Powhatan, Virginia or by telephone at 804/598-5612 no later than April 30, 2014. The proposed budget synopsis and proposed taxes and tax rates are published solely for the purpose of public information, discussion and comment. Proposed amounts and proposed tax rates do not represent decisions of the Board of Supervisors to appropriate funds or adopt new tax rates. The governing body (Board of Supervisors) may make appropriations to the School Division (Powhatan County Public Schools) from the funds derived from local levies and from any other funds available, for operation, capital outlay and debt service in the School Division. Such appropriation shall be not less than the cost apportioned to the governing body for maintaining the Standards Of Quality for the School Division as prescribed by law. Funds Summary FY 2014 Adopted General Fund Social Services Fund CSA Fund Fire and Rescue Fund Utilities Fund Drug Task Force Fund Asset Forfeiture Fund Capital Projects Fund PCAA Fund Debt Service Fund School Operating Fund School Food Service Fund Total All Funds

$

Less Inter-fund Transfers Social Services Fund CSA Fund Utilities Fund Capital Projects Fund Debt Service Fund School Operating Fund School Operating to Food Service Total Transfers Total without Transfers

69,878,346 $

$69,878,346

$

Total Expenditures

69,878,346 $

Increase (Decrease)

45,692,460 1,346,690 1,659,490 499,000 2,568,600 127,380 43,653,440 1,355,553 96,902,613

$

494,360 747,490 2,206,000 127,380 20,910,562 140,000 24,625,792

621,063 (2,205) 104,849 499,000 219,672 (5,000) (5,000) 51,380 (10,000) (7,059,266) 1,579,110 (37,008) (4,043,405) 5,209 (26,510) 159,172 51,380 (7,059,266) 428,135 (6,441,880)

72,276,821 $

2,398,475

Increase % Change (Decrease) $ 913,780 2.8% 230,570 5.6% (13,141) -0.4% 1,466,290 5.4% (199,024) -7.4%

$72,276,821

$2,398,475

Expenditure by Function Adopted Proposed FY 2014 FY 2015 $ 3,228,097 $ 3,342,623 811,161 828,637 6,251,441 6,577,626 1,955,964 1,952,886 3,450,751 3,522,250 1,445,847 1,711,736 972,143 1,061,100 43,326,891 44,868,993 5,588,341 5,652,891 1,470,925 1,250,579 1,376,785 1,507,500

Administration Judicial Administration Public Safety Public Works Health and Welfare Community Development Utilities Schools Schools Debt Service County Debt Service Utilities Debt Service

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

$

Revenues by Source Adopted Proposed FY 2014 FY 2015 $ 33,116,300 $ 34,030,080 4,102,700 4,333,270 2,985,961 2,972,820 26,982,800 28,449,090 2,690,585 2,491,561

Total Revenues

FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:

45,071,397 1,348,895 1,554,641 2,348,928 5,000 5,000 76,000 10,000 7,059,266 42,074,330 1,392,561 100,946,018

FY 2015 Proposed

489,151 774,000 2,046,828 76,000 7,059,266 20,482,427 140,000 31,067,672 $

General Property Taxes Other Local Taxes Other Local State Federal

3.4%

Increase % Change (Decrease) $ 114,526 3.5% 17,476 2.2% 326,185 5.2% (3,078) -0.2% 71,499 2.1% 265,889 18.4% 88,957 9.2% 1,542,102 3.6% 64,550 1.2% (220,346) -15.0% 130,715 9.5%

72,276,821 $

2,398,475

3.4%

Proposed Tax Rates

Real Property*

Tax Year 2013 Tax Rate $0.90

Proposed Tax Year 2015 Tax $0.90

Tax Year 2013 Tax Rate

Proposed Tax Year 2014 Tax Rates

Machinery and Tools $3.60 Personal Property $3.60 Business Personal Property $3.60 Disabled Veterans Personal Property $1.80 Volunteer Fire/Rescue Personal Property $1.80 * Effective with Tax Year 2015, the Real Estate tax year is July 1 to June 30. All other tax years are based on January 1 to December 31 calendar year.

$3.60 $3.60 $3.60 $1.80 $1.80

Proposed Personal Property Tax Relief from the Commonwealth of Virginia for Qualifying Vehicles

Percentage of Tax Relief for: Qualifying Vehicles with assessed value of $1,000 or less Qualifying Vehicles with assessed value between $1,001 and $20,000 Qualifying Vehicles with assessed value over $20,000 with such percentage applied as a credit to the tax due on the first $20,000 of assessed value

POWHATAN’S PAPER OF RECORD

Federal, 4%

Tax Year 2013 Tax Rate

Proposed Tax Year 2014

100% 47%

100% 48%

47%

48%

Revenue Sources

State, 39% General Property Taxes, 47%

Other Local, 4%

Other Taxes, 6%

Expenditures by Function Administration / Financial, 5% Debt Service, 12%

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 22740-01

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TRUSTEE SALES

NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE 4385 Three Bridge Road, Powhatan, VA 23139

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING POWHATAN COUNTY PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given, pursuant to § 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia, that the Powhatan County Planning Commission will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 6, 2014, at 7:00 PM in the Powhatan County Village Building Auditorium, 3910 Old Buckingham Road, to consider and act upon the following proposed zoning ordinance amendments: AMENDING AND REENACTING PROVISIONS OF THE POWHATAN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BY ADDING ARTICLE I (GENERAL PROVISIONS), ARTICLE II (ADMINISTRATION),ARTICLE IX (NONCONFORMITIES),ARTICLE X (ENFORCEMENT), AND ARTICLE XII (INTERPRETATION); THE AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE XI (DEFINITIONS), SECTION 83-521 AMENDING THE DEFINITION OF “FAMILY”; AND THE RENUMBERING AND AMENDMENT OF ARTICLE 7 (RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR)) BY MOVING THE PROVISIONS TO ARTICLE III (RURAL DISTRICTS), SECTION 83-176 (RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR), AND AMENDING CERTAIN USES. None of the referenced changes will affect current lot sizes, structures or uses of parcels; however future development and uses will be affected. A. The following new sections to the Powhatan County Zoning Ordinance are being considered

for recommendation to the Board of Supervisors:

2. O-2014-XX: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REENACTING PROVISIONS OF THE POWHATAN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BY ADDING ARTICLE IX (NONCONFORMITIES), ARTICLE X (ENFORCEMENT), AND ARTICLE XII (INTERPRETATION) TO THE ZONING ORDINANCE. The proposed amendment sets forth provisions relating to legal nonconformities that do not conform with the standards of the Zoning Ordinance, and relating to the enforcement and interpretation of the Zoning Ordinance. Article IX details nonconforming uses, structures and lots of records, nonconforming signs and nonconforming site features. Article X addresses the requirements for compliance; violations; enforcement inspections and procedure; and remedies and penalties. Article XII sets forth general rules for interpretation and addresses measurements, exceptions and variations of intensity and dimensional standards. POWHATAN RECOMMENDATION TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS:

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. 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. 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.

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.

APARTMENTS FURNISHED Powhatan - 1-bedroom furnished apartment. No pets. $600/month. Utilities Included. Call 804-439-3620

HOUSES UNFURNISHED 1301 Gills Road - 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath Large family room and full basement. Lake front. $850. per month plus $850. deposit. Call 804-794-3163.

HOUSES UNFURNISHED

FOR RENT 3791 Old Buckingham Road Powhatan, VA 23139 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, attached garage

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2228 Lakeview Drive Powhatan, VA 23139 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $995/month

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1. O-2014-XX: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REENACTING PROVISIONS OF THE POWHATAN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BY ADDING ARTICLE I (GENERAL PROVISIONS) AND ARTICLE II (ADMINISTRATION) TO THE ZONING ORDINANCE. The proposed amendment sets forth provisions relating to the general structure and implementation of the Zoning Ordinance, and sets forth the procedures to be used in carrying out the regulations of the Ordinance. Article I cites the enabling authority to enact a zoning ordinance; states the purpose and intent, and applicability; and lists the zoning districts. Article II details the development review process, standard procedures, specific review procedures, and the timing of public hearing notice.

THE FOLLOWING AMENDMENTS TO THE

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COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE ARE BEING CONSIDERED FOR

3. O-2014-XX: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REENACTING PROVISIONS CONTAINED IN SECTION 83-521, DEFINITIONS, OF ARTICLE XI, DEFINITIONS, OF THE ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE COUNTY OF POWHATAN, TO DEFINE “FAMILY” AS: One or more persons occupying a single dwelling unit and living together as a single housekeeping unit, provided that the unit is made up of: (1) any number of persons who are all related by blood, marriage, adoption, or foster care arrangement; or (2) no more than five (5) persons not related by blood, marriage, adoption or guardianship living together; and (3) domestic servants employed on the premises may be housed on the premises without being counted as a family or families.

4. O-2014-XX: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND REENACTING PROVISIONS OF ARTICLE 7 (RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR)) OF THE POWHATAN COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCE BY RENUMBERING AND MOVING THE PROVISIONS TO SECTION 83176 (RURAL RESIDENTIAL (RR)), AMENDING CERTAIN USES, AND BY REPEALING ARTICLE 7. Rural Residential (RR). The RR Zoning District provisions will be moved to Sections 83-176, et seq. of the Zoning Ordinance. This amendment sets forth lists and provisions for permitted, conditionally permitted (CUP), accessory and temporary uses and structures within the RR District. Differences between the current RR District and the proposed RR District are noted below. The following uses/structures permitted by right under RR will be deleted: Group Homes (the term, but not the use, will be deleted pursuant to State law). The following additional uses/structures will be permitted under RR with a conditional use permit (CUP): Country Inn; Temporary Second Dwelling for Hardship, Handicapped, or Elderly Family Member.

HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL SERV. MENTAL HEALTH COMMUNITY SUPPORT SPECIALIST - Provide mental health skill building training to individuals with serious mental illness (SMI). Bachelor’s degree in a human services or related field with one year experience required. Valid Virginia driver’s license required. Fulltime position with benefits. $30,123-$31,494. Visit www.gpcsb.org for a full job description and application. Deadline: Friday, 5/9/14. EOE

Homes for Sale Real Estate Policy All real estate advertised herein is subject to the Virginia Fair Housing Law, which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status, or handicap.”

A copy of the full text of the proposed Ordinance amendments and a copy of the full CUP file may be reviewed in the Department of Community Development in the Powhatan County Administration Building between 8:30 AM and 5:00 PM of each business day. If you have any questions, please call 598-5621.

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We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate that is in violation of the law. All persons are hereby informed that all the dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis. HOME SITES, LOTS, LAND Powhatan - Private 10 Acre Home Site. Large Oak Trees. Private Road. Last of 7 parcels, 14 miles West of Watkins Center. Buy Now - Build Later. Owner Financing Possible. Call Wesley Stigall, Owner / Agent , Wesley Stigall Real Estate 804-272-0990. PRICE TO SELL! Powhatan 10 acres Wooded. Part Open - State Road Frontage - Own a part of 50 year old lake. 30minutes West of Watkins Center. Call Wesley Stigall Real Estate 804-272-0990

HOMES FOR SALE OPEN HOUSE EVERY SAT., 12-4PM

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B. 14-02-CUP. SBA COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION (SUBLETTS/MANAKIN ELECTORAL DISTRICT) request a conditional use permit (CUP) to construct a 195’

monopole communications tower in the A-10 Agricultural zoning district per §83-162(11) of the Zoning Ordinance. The 2010 Long-Range Comprehensive Plan designates the subject property as Rural Preservation on the Countywide Land Use Plan Map. The property is located on the west side of Manakin Town Ferry Road approximately 1.49 miles north of the Manakin Town Ferry Road and Page Road intersection. The property is approximately 268.71 acres in size. Reference Tax Map Parcel #43-1.

Amelia, VA 23002

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.

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