Henrico County property transactions, July 24-30

A sample of property transactions during this period appear below:

1737 Hounds Way – $156,145, 2,136 SF (built in 2004), from Kim L. Wright Sydnor to JP Morgan Chase Bank NA.
1710 Foxfire Circle – $167,500, 1,397 SF (built in 1980), from John W. Cyrus and Sara K. Eskridge to Sarah C. Bragg.
7313 Vernon Road – $172,000, 960 SF (built in 1953), from Famika Robertson to Adam R. Silvernail.
4031 Bush Lake Place – $185,000, 1,140 SF (built in 1986), from Irene M. Lubker to Yiping Rao and Lijun Li.
3800 Narrowridge Court – $197,000, 1,404 SF (built in 1983), from Janet Bland Blackwell to Edward Anthony and Regina T. McClary.
1319 Berrymeade Avenue – $198,000, 1,296 SF (built in 1989), from Laughton W. Nuckols, IV to Briyanna Q. Scott.
2412 Boissevain Road – $235,000, 1,532 SF (built in 1964), from Bridget K. and Gayle A. and Janice Seymour to Marie E. Felichko.
7091 Ravenscraig Crescent – $235,665, 1,888 SF (built in 2015), from Ryan L. Spiker and Twane K. Shelton to Veterans Affairs.
9317 Electra Court – $239,900, 1,400 SF (built in 1969), from Barbara A. Gilchrist to Jason H. Bocock.
9422 Meredith Creek Lane – $265,000, 1,966 SF (built in 2006), from Rajendra Prasad Kalakodimi to Koteswara R. Panguluri and S. Chennupati.
10314 Waltham Drive – $320,000, 2,305 SF (built in 1964), from Joan M. and John O. Heyser, Jr. to David Bradshaw and Angela Shelton.
2430 Cedar Cone Drive – $340,000, 2,144 SF (built in 1987), from Lance Billard to Hector Rosa.
10713 Rocket Drive – $357,000, 2,446 SF (built in 1994), from Debapriya and Sudipa Mitra to Steven R. and Susan P. Blanchard.
7505 Glebe Road – $365,750, 1,254 SF (built in 1949), from Jennifer B. King and Walter V. Branam III to Ethan J. and Rachel S. Sherman.
5908 New Harvard Place – $509,950, 3,273 SF (built in 1991), from John F. and Anne S. Cornett too Frederick D. and Lisa M. Ochsenhirt.
10839 Old Prescott Road – $562,500, 3,337 SF (built in 1995), from Michael L. and Wanda Miller to William T. Nay and Roxann Roberson-Nay.
11808 Brandons Court – $654,000, 4,000 (built in 2005), from Michael L. and Kara C. Ayres to David P. and Molly Zmuda.
11212 Grey Oaks Park Terrace – $850,000, 4,375 SF (built in 2013), from Daniel Braden and Mandy Mae Kennedy to Moatir and Catherine B. Ahmed.
1865 Grey Oaks Park Lane – $974,025, 4,129 SF (built in 2017), from Bradford Homes Inc. to Richard N. and Lisa J. Murphy.
587 Raleigh Manor Road – $1,250,000, 5,471 SF (built in 2008), from Robert L. and J. M. B. Woomer to Adam S. Dunn and Susanne Marie Clifford.
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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.

Lidl competition offers shoppers chance to win NYC trip

Three Lidl shoppers will win trips to New York City to receive a first-look at the Esmara by Heidi Klum collection and attend an international runway event debuting the collection. The contest is open to residents of Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina – the three states in which Lidl currently operates grocery stores. The chain opened two stores in Henrico County last month. > Read more.

Glen Allen advances in 14U Babe Ruth World Series

The Glen Allen Babe Ruth Baseball League 14-year-old all-star team advanced to the single-elimination round of the 14-year-old World Series, which the Glen Allen Youth Athletic Association is hosting at RF&P Stadium in Glen Allen. > Read more.

Earnhardt gives Redskins a ride

Dale Earnhardt Jr., driver of the Hendrick Motorsports No. 88, stopped at Richmond Raceway Aug. 8 in advance of the track’s NASCAR weekend in September. He was joined by five players from the Washington Redskins, who were in town for the team's training camp, which concluded Aug. 14. The day in Richmond gave Earnhardt and the Redskins players an opportunity to see how the athletes compete in their respective sports. > Read more.

READ Center a finalist for $25k grant

The READ Center is a top-200 cause finalist in State Farm’s Neighborhood Assist program, making it eligible to earn a $25,000 grant to support adult literacy in the Richmond region. The 40 organizations from across the nation with the most votes will win grants.

The READ Center, based in Henrico, provides classroom instruction and one-to-one tutoring to adults with very low literacy. > Read more.

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