Henrico County property transactions, Apr. 17-23

A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

2527 Mountain Ash Circle – $166,950, 1,552 SF (built in 1998), from Elizabeth L. Iselin to Xin Ye and Ying Chen.
7208 Somoa Drive – $172,800, 1,058 SF (built in 1963), from James D. and Janis S. Bowdoin to Charles R. and Robery Edward Bibbs.
8004 Dalmain Drive – $180,000, 1,353 SF (built in 1949), from Christopher Rankin to Jacob L. Hancock.
703 Maybeury Drive – $185,000, 1,165 SF (built in 1965), from Beulah W. Simpkins to Michael T. and Lissie R. Lockard.
12409 New Point Drive – $197,000, 1,545 SF (built in 1985), from Jeremy T. Wells to Adam C. Braithwaite.
1305 Stone Ridge Park Terrace – $210,710, 1,520 SF (built in 2016), from Style Craft Homes Inc. of Virginia to Travis Scott and Diamond Williams.
11604 Estes Anderson Way – $217,000 (vacant site), from Windsor Enterprises Corporation to Bradford Homes Inc.
3817 Candletree Court – $234,000, 2,292 SF (built in 2009), from Callie Mallloy to Lloyd Eldridge, Jr.
7507 Three Chopt Road – $257,000, 1,302 SF (built in 1947), from Allen S. and Brandi R. McCombs to Paul T. and Francis B. Atkinson.
12417 Gayton Bluffs Lane – $260,000, 1,595 SF (built in 1994), from Christopher T. and Caitlin E. Bast to Nashat Ghattas and Reneh Mansour.
6117 Glendale Estates Court – $270,050, 2,216 SF (built in 2007), from Ryan W. and Ashley L. Hughes to Steven G. and Jamie C. Duke.
1605 New Settlement Drive – $288,000 (vacant site), from Settlers 34 LLC to Arthur R. and Dorothy S. Mandeville.
10741 Pruett Lane – $290,000, 2,809 SF (built in 2002), from Srinivas V. and Vineela Anupoju to Dinesh K. and Neeraj Narang.
6902 Staunton Avenue – $300,000, 1,858 SF (built in 2003), from Gregory and Megan Driscoll to Benjamin J. and Amie T. Gillie.
3616 Autumn Chase Drive – $335,000, 2,050 SF (built in 1990), from Susan H. Preston Trustee to Michael W. and Betty F. Doll.
2231 Oak Bay Lane – $367,000, 2,633 SF (built in 1991), from Charles R. and Jody W. Holder to William M. Geisdorfer and Pamela M. Ludemann.
9301 Venetian Way – $390,000, 2,832 SF (built in 1968), from James H. Benson, Jr. and Jennifer P. Benson to Adam Jefferson Marquardt and Sundie Houck.
5232 Wheat Ridge Place – $440,000, 2,716 Sf (built in 2003), from Scott E. Dunning and Laura Meadows to Chih Cheng Chen.
12133 Manor Park Drive – $490,000, 3,212 SF (built in 1994), from Robert J. Hannan to Julie Kang.
12309 Wyndham West Drive – $612,600, 2,907 SF (built in 2017), from Boone Homes Inc. to John A. and Elizabeth G. King.
12120 Elnora Lane – $757,582 (vacant site), from SM Richmond LLC to Rawud M. and Anita J. Richard.
11025 Ellis Meadows Lane – $800,000, 5,588 SF (built in 2007), from Niklaus V. and Brooke F. Eriksen to Gary L. and Tammy J. Wilkins.
9820 Brooks Hall Place – $1,000,000, 5,412 SF (built in 2004), from James E. Ludwig and Cynthia P. Cobbs to Robert Weisberger.
8604 River Road – $1,001,778, 4,286 SF (built in 1955), from Joel L. Moll and Robert Welch to Christopher R. and Shauna Daniels.
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McEachin to host Henrico town hall meeting

U.S. Congressman Donald McEachin (VA-4th District) will host a town hall meeting Aug. 29 at the Eastern Government Center, 3820 Nine Mile Road in Henrico. The event will run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and is open to the public. McEachin will address issues raised by attendees and provide details about services available through his office. > Read more.

Nonprofit awards $38k in book scholarships

The KLM Scholarship Foundation awarded more than $38,000 in book scholarships to 36 students during its 2017 Book Scholarship Awards Ceremony at Linwood Holton Elementary School in Richmond Aug. 5. The students will attend 14 Virginia colleges in the fall. Each has excelled academically, maintaining a 3.0 GPA or better, while demonstrating strong community leadership qualities.

WWBT/NBC12 Raycom Media Vice President and General Manager Kym Grinnage was the guest speaker. > Read more.

Dave Peppler, pastor

Dave Peppler, pastor of Chamberlayne Baptist Church, remembers the epiphany he had on a cold afternoon in northern Ohio when God gave him a sense of direction, after he had been wondering what life had in store for him. It was then that he knew that he wanted to become a pastor and serve God.

Peppler, a Delaware native who grew up in Ohio, was ordained in Brownsboro, Ky. in 1998, but his education didn't end there. > Read more.

International goals

A group of youth soccer players – most from Henrico – and local soccer coaches spent a week in Kazakhstan this month as part of a VCU Center for Sport Leadership program.

The group's trip to Astana, Kazakhstan was made possible by a $700,000 grant awarded to CSL Executive Director Carrie LeCrom by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs through its Sports Diplomacy Division. > Read more.

Henrico promotional company changes name

Henrico-based brand merchandising company NewClients, Inc. has changed its name to Boost Promotional Branding.

The company is one of the nation's largest in the branded merchandise industry. Founded in 1981, its serves more than 5,000 clients – including many Fortune 500 companies – nationwide. > Read more.

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