Henrico County property transactions, Feb. 16-22


A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

515 Meriwether Avenue – $57,000, 1,102 SF (built in 1957), from Edmund C. and Martha E. Arnette to Phonesavanh and Sengphet Phounsavath.
11593 Old Mountain Road – $85,000, 984 SF (built in 1959), from Lawrence M. and Carlton E. Witcher to Dianne Preston.
2403 Sunnybrook Road – $105,000, 1,196 SF (built in 1955), from James A. and Eva D. Sickal to Christopher M. Farag.
102 W. McClellan Street – $110,822, 1,004 SF (built in 1947), from Victoria L. Austin to Federal National Mortgage Association.
2503 Hilliard Road – $120,000, 1,917 SF (built in 1951), from Suzanne Estes to Peregrine Properties LLC.
7469 Strath Road – $127,000, 1,454 SF (built in 1958), from Carol C. Harding to Jacob E. and Kara C. Rickabaugh.
4004 West End Drive – $149,500, 1,178 SF (built in 1963), from Cynthia L. Rogers to Maher S. and Sherefa Moanas.
8301 Hood Road – $155,000, 1,620 SF (built in 1961), from Augusta E. Holmes to Frank M. Oley, Sr. and Michael T. Oley.
804 Stonemeadow Drive – $175,000, 1,506 SF (built in 1999), from John E. and Atasha O. Smith to US Bank NA.
148 Seven Pines Avenue – $189,858, 1,456 SF (built in 1993), from Summer Daye Diehr to Freedom Mortgage Corporation.
7027 Bolelyn Way – $200,000, 3,060 SF (built in 2011), from Housing and Urban Development to Short Pump Investments LLC.
8134 Greystone East Circle – $208,500, 1,549 SF (built in 1986), from Jay Blue LLC to Tiffany D. Flora.
4405 Hungary Glen Terrace – $215,000, 2,270 SF (built in 2000), from Queenie D. Luu to Bao G. Trinh.
7412 Biscayne Road – $215,000, 1,670 SF (built in 1954), from Samuel B. Laneave to Thomas J. Sage.
7920 Chowning Road – $230,000, 1,842 SF (built in 1970), from David B. and Ruth S. burke to Tirtha Chhetri and Yanuka Phuyel.
10105 Dawndeer Lane – $248,500, 2,142 SF (built in 1979), from Charles D. and Amy M. Stevens to Jonathan A. and Bailey A. Wohlford.
2516 Brookstone Lane – $280,000, 2,402 SF (built in 1989), from Huu Pham and Vo Li Thi to Zeiss and Tracy L. Thessen.
12121 Manor Glen Lane – $310,000 (vacant site), from Bacova Development Company LLC to NVR Inc.
4308 Agnes Drive – $353,000, 2,593 SF (built in 1998), from Jalal J. Babik to Stuart D. and Mary E. Holzman.
11009 Slenderleaf Drive – $399,680, 3,522 SF (built in 2005), from Steve J. and Deborah A. Yancey to US Bank NA.
618 Westham Woods Drive – $409,500, 2,277 SF (built in 1979), from Jeffrey W. and Karen A. Hansen to Davis M. and Kristen J.D. Walsh.
1200 Westhampton Glen Drive – $464,618, 3,310 SF (built in 2011), from Neal W. and Melanie H. Green to John Kevin Williams.
5000 Amberwell Place – $575,000, 2,810 SF (built in 2011), from RMA/Hunton LC to Sosipatros Boikos and Stamatina Danielides.
11900 Westcott Landing Court – $801,500, 4,259 SF (built in 2012), from Todd E. and Lee Ann Baldanzi to Charles H. and Ellen M. Schmidbauer.
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Challenger Day will get students with disabilities onto the field


Students from 22 Henrico County elementary schools will take to the baseball field Oct. 18 and learn how to field, hit and run the bases. The students will take part in Challenger Day, an annual event at the Tuckahoe Park Baseball Complex that introduces students with significant disabilities to the fundamentals of baseball. The students will also enjoy games, an art project, roaming mascots and a picnic lunch. > Read more.

Business in brief


Eisenman & Associates, Inc. employee Tracie Grady recently was named the 2017 Virginia Business Meeting Planner of the Year. Grady was chosen by a committee of industry leaders among 19 nominees. The award is a partnership between Virginia Business magazine and the Virginia Society of Association Executives. Its goal is to recognize the unsung hero of the association, non-profit, and business world, the professional meeting planner. Grady works with clients in a number of areas, including membership management, publication design, membership directories and convention/tradeshow programs. She has worked in the association industry, primarily focused on meeting planning, for more than 20 years. She is a graduate of VCU. Eisenman & Associates, Inc. is an association management and meetings consulting company. > Read more.

Lakewood to break ground on $64M expansion


A senior community in Henrico's Far West End is planning a massive expansion project.

Lakewood, located on Lauderdale Drive, will break ground on the project Oct. 19 during a celebration that also will commemorate the community's 40th anniversary. > Read more.

Henrico to hold Oct. 19 workshop on Route 5 Corridor/Marion Hill Study


The Henrico County Planning Department will hold a workshop Thursday, Oct. 19 for residents and other members of the public to provide additional input for a study of the Route 5 corridor and Marion Hill areas.

The workshop will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at John Rolfe Middle School, 6901 Messer Road. The meeting will include an overview of community input received so far and an explanation of how it is reflected in the study’s draft goals and objectives. > Read more.

Nominations open for REB awards for principals


Nominations are open for the 2017-18 REB Awards for Distinguished Educational Leadership, The Community Foundation’s yearly awards that identify, recognize and support leadership excellence in the Richmond area.

Honorees receive an unrestricted $7,500 cash grant, and $7,500 to be used for school initiatives. Nominees can be principals from public schools in Henrico, Chesterfield and Hanover counties and the city of Richmond who have served in their current positions for at least three years. > Read more.

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Henrico County’s annual Harvest Festival will take place from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Meadow Farm, 3400 Mountain Rd. The festival will feature many hands-on activities and demonstrations depicting typical homemaking and farming tasks of the era including candle dipping, apple pressing, scarecrow making, pumpkin decorating and more. There will also be a farmer’s market, live music and concessions available for purchase. Admission is free. For details, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or visit http://www.henrico.us/rec. Full text

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