April 19, 2015 - St. Bridget Catholic Church

April 19, 2015
April 19, 2015
3rd Sunday of Easter
let us be on our way
Mass Schedule
5:30 PM
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, and
5:00 PM
9:00 AM, 11:00 AM year-round
Children's Liturgy of the Word: 9:00 and 11:00 AM
Daily Mass
Monday to Saturday, 8:00 AM
Exceptions: Memorial Day, Independence
Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving
Saturday, 4:00 PM and by appointment.
Following Jesus’ example, Saint Bridget Parish
recognizes the inherent value of each member of our
community as we travel on our faith journey. Just as Christ
did, our parish welcomes and supports one another in love
as we share our talents and resources with those in need.
Believe: Inspire, Educate, Serve
We welcome you to join our Parish Family.
Please join us for Second Sundays. The
second Sunday of each month we will be
hosting a new member orientation in the
Parish Council Meeting Room after the
9:00 AM Mass. The next Second Sunday
is Sunday, May 10th.
Parents attend a preparation session
prior to scheduling a baptism. Contact
Julie Koury, Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected], 525.7890.
Couples should contact the Wedding
Coordinator, Pat Morrison, akmpm
@juno.com, 741.6620 at least six months
prior to scheduling a wedding.
On the third Sunday of the month,
baskets are placed at the exits of the
Church for food and money donations.
Contact Paul Amrhein, Director of Human
Concerns and Pastoral Care,
[email protected], 525.7902
Regarding Communion and/or Anointing
of the Sick.
RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults)
Catholic faith inquiries and those seeking
to join the Catholic Church are welcome!
Contact RCIA Coordinator Teresa Lee,
[email protected], 525.7896.
6006 Three Chopt Road
Richmond, VA 23226
P: 804.282.9511 F: 804.285.7227
Priests’ Residence: 804.282.9318
p[email protected]
April 19, 2015
Cherishing Life at All Stages: End-of Life Issues
for All Ages - An In-depth Panel Discussion
Dear Parishioners,
I hope this letter finds you well during this joyous
Easter season. I am writing with what may seem an unusual request concerning your Mass attendance on Sunday
May 3rd and Sunday May 10th. If possible, it would be
greatly appreciated if you and your family could attend
the 2:00 pm Mass on one or both of those dates.
These Masses will include the celebration of First
Eucharist for some of our children, a beautiful time for
them and their families.
The presence of a regular congregation at these
special Masses will ensure hospitality, a vigorous participation in the Mass and will inspire the children coming to
the Lord’s table for the first time. Our liturgy committee
and I want to make every effort to provide a beautiful and
memorable experience for our children at the 2 pm Masses, and your participation can help make this happen.
Thank you for considering my request and I know
you will either attend or pray for us during those Masses.
Saint Bridget Catholic Church – April 28th – 6:00 p.m.
Please join us for an in-depth discussion of the
moral and ethical challenges that can arise at the
end of life, not only for ourselves, but when caring
for loved ones.
What must be done for the terminally ill, including medication, hydration, and nutrition? Who may make these decisions on behalf of our loved ones at the end of life?
What legal issues may arise and how should one prepare?
The discussion will be led by a panel that will offer
their perspective on this important topic, and will
allow time for questions from the audience.
Monsignor William H. Carr, Pastor of St. Bridget
Catholic Church
Sincerely in Christ,
Monsignor Carr
Sister Marie Kerns, Sister of Mercy and Director of
Mission and Outreach at Bon Secours Health System.
A Message from Monsignor Carr
It is with abundant gratitude that I announce to the parish that
an extremely generous gift of $308,874 was received from
a parish school family to retire the loan on the School Building
Fund Project. We thank God for the generosity of this family, their commitment to stewardship, and their willingness
to share the blessings which God has bestowed on them.
We are blessed by this anonymous gift and thankful for
each and every donation made to the School Building
Fund. These contributions, too, have helped us retire the
original loan of just over one million dollars from the 3.4
million dollar School renovation project that was completed in the fall of 2009. Our school has been a source of
Christian formation and quality education for the young
people of our parish for more than sixty years.
Because this debt has been paid, the St. Bridget School
Building Fund envelope will no longer be included in the
Offering Envelope sets or the church E-Giving website. All
donations designated to the School Building Fund since
the loan has been retired will be sent to St. Bridget School
for any current school building needs.
A new St. Bridget Church Building Fund envelope has been
added to the Offering Envelope sets to address special
maintenance needs in the parish. E-Giving contributions
may also be designated to the Church Building Fund.
Thank you for your continued generosity!
I am honored to serve this vibrant parish family as its pastor. I look forward to serving with you in building up the
Kingdom of God in our community and around the world.
May the risen Christ fill your heart with joy, bring you new
hope, and bless you with peace.
Monsignor Carr
Burke Balch, Lawyer and Director of the Robert
Powell Center for Medical Ethics of the National Right
to Life Committee
The discussion will take place in the Parish Commons from
6:00- 7:30 p.m. Please plan to stay for light refreshments
hosted by the Respect Life Committee.
It’s almost Mother’s Day and that means it’s time
for CHWC’s ever popular, most delectable
fundraiser yet…
The Annual Mother’s Day Cake Sale
Saturday, May 9 and Sunday, May 10, 2015
An assortment of cakes, pies, coffee cakes and other treats
homemade by our campers will be available for purchase
for $15 after all Masses. All proceeds will go to support St.
Bridget Catholic Heart Work Camp. You may also choose
to purchase a cake to be donated to the Little Sisters of the
Poor. We will take care of the Little Sisters of the Poor
delivery for you.
Thank you for your generous and enthusiastic
support of this Parish-favorite!
Saint Bridget School
Bulldog Blast - April 24th
Saint Bridget School is gearing up
for the annual spring carnival,
“Bulldog Blast”, Friday, April
24th from 4-8 pm. This is a
family event featuring the kids
favorite inflatables, hair salon,
cake walk and new this year “Human Foosball”. Don't
worry about dinner, Boka Taco, Boardwalk Burgers and
Kona Ice will be on sight to delight your taste buds! One
wristband covers all your fun at $25 per student, adults
are FREE! See you at the Blast!
A Grateful Message from a visitor to our Parish!
A visitor to our parish sent the following thank you:
I live in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. On my way
up to Baltimore for a special 90th birthday party we
stopped in Richmond to visit our children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. While there on
March 23, my husband and I attended 7:30 A.M.
Mass at St. Bridget Catholic Church. I became very
sick and one of your parishioners was so kind to help
me. She stayed with me for quite some time, brought
me a glass of water and said that I could sit on the
bench outside the restrooms to watch the Mass on
the television set. She asked me if I would like
Holy Communion - to which I replied that I would
if it were at all possible. While listening and watching
the Mass - it was wonderful to see my family
receiving Holy Communion - one of your Eucharistic
Ministers came outside to the hall to bring Holy
Communion to me.
I eventually ended up at Bon Secours St. Mary's
Hospital after Mass. Upon various tests, they
inserted an I.V. into my arm because I was very dehydrated. I wish to “THANK” your two wonderful
parishioners who stayed with me and helped me
receive Our Lord. You can be very proud of
your people and I thank them from the bottom my
of heart.
Rosary Ministry at St. Mary’s Hospital
The Mission Ministry of Bon Secours Richmond is in the
initial stages of forming a Rosary Ministry at St. Mary's
Hospital. For the past three years, there has been an active Rosary Ministry at St. Francis Medical Center, which
has been very successful and has received much positive
feed back from patients.
In order to establish this ministry at St. Mary’s Hospital,
we are in need of volunteers from the community to pray
and to lead the Rosary in the St. Mary's Hospital chapel,
which will be televised through the closed circuit television system to the patient rooms. We need leaders and
responders. You would be asked to do this only once per
month. This is a wonderful opportunity to live the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy through Rosary Ministry.
If you have any questions, or wish further information, I
invite you to contact Peggy Seaton at Seaton5113
@verizon.net, 804-358-2788, community project volunteer coordinator, or Betty Spencer, St. Bridget volunteer
contact, [email protected], 804-285-3315.
April 19, 2015
Catholic High School Scholarship: If you are an
eighth grade student of Saint Bridget Church and you are
enrolling in either Saint Gertrude or Benedictine College
Preparatory Catholic High School, you are eligible to apply
for the Knights of Columbus Catholic High School $1,000
Merit-Based Scholarship. Scholarship Applications are
available in the Commons Area or can be downloaded from
our Youth Page on the Saint Bridget website or
(saintbridgetchurch.org look under “Announcements”).
Please contact Gary Port, Scholarship Chairman with any
questions 741-8666.
Join us for the Interfaith Council of Greater Richmond’s
Benefit Concert: Celebrating Divine Music - this is an
opportunity to experience beautiful musical expressions
of different faiths-eat some tasty hors-d'oeuvres and help
ICGR to continue its work, uniting people of different
faiths in the common goal of making our community a
better place.
Wednesday April 29,2015 from 6:30 pm -9 pm
7th Street Christian Church: 4101 Grove Ave. Richmond,
VA 23221. Admission Tickets on sale at the door: Cash or
Check only - $8 children ages 6-11, $15 adults 12 and up,
$35 family of 4 or more. All food is donation based. For
more information contact Michelle Niccoli : [email protected] or Virginia Hudert 804 273 9640.
Volunteers Needed! RVA French Food Festival
Saturday, April 25, 2015 – 11 a.m. – 9 p.m.: SAVE THE
DATE!! Mark your calendars for the 7th Annual RVA
French Food Festival benefitting Little Sisters of the Poor
and the Elderly Residents entrusted to their care. Sponsored once again by Bon Secours Virginia Health System
and Page Auto Group, it will be a flavor and fun-filled day
for the whole family. Featuring world-renowned Chef
Paul Elbling’s authentic French cuisine along with Cajun
fare by Chef Sean Murphy of The Savoy Grain, and this
year’s event will also include specialties from six (6) other
chefs. Please visit www.rvafrenchfoodfestival.com or call
(804)288-6245 for more details on the menu, live entertainment, vendors, children’s games and opportunities to
sponsor. There are many volunteer spots open go to our
website or email [email protected]
See YOU there!!
Please join us on any Saturday morning for 8:00
am Mass followed by the Holy Rosary. There is
so much to pray for. Each decade is announced ahead
of time, and then after that anyone is free to lead the Our
Father, Hail Mary and Glory Be. The Good Lord and Blessed
Mother will be listening! Hope to see you!
CCC celebrates its volunteers! Volunteers provided over 11,000 hours of service to Commonwealth Catholic Charities and its clients last year. In honor of National Volunteer Week we want to thank our volunteers for
the care, generosity and compassion you show to the vulnerable every day – thank you! If you would like to
learn more about volunteering at CCC, please go to the Get Involved section at www.cccofva.org.
Contact Us!
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, M-F
Phone: 282.9511*
Fax: 285.7227
*To contact staff,
use this number with their
extension or their direct line
as noted below.
Mass Intentions & Readings for the week of April 19, 2015
Mass Readings
Mass Intentions
Saturday, April 18:
Acts 4:13-21/Mk 16:9-15
8:00 am: Catherine M. Biber
5:30 pm: Anna M. Combs
Next Sunday, April 19:
Acts 3:13-15, 17-19/1 Jn 2:1-5a/
Lk 24:35-48
7:30 am: Sam Norris,
9:00 am: Eric Ammann,
11:00 am: Elizabeth and Leo Drozeski,
5:00 pm: Doris Hancock
Monday, April 20:
Acts 6:8-15/Jn 6:22-29
8:00 am: Dante Pellei
Tuesday, April 21:
Acts 7:51--8:1a/Jn 6:30-35
8:00 am: Frances Kopta
Wednesday, April 22:
Acts 8:1b-8/Jn 6:35-40
8:00 am: Grace Margaret Elflein
Thursday, April 23:
Acts 8:26-40/Jn 6:44-51
8:00 am: Vincent P. Donzanti
Friday, April 24:
Acts 9:1-20/Jn 6:52-59
8:00 am: The People
Saturday, April 25:
1 Pt 5:5b-14/Mk 16:15-20
8:00 am: Charles E. Caravati
5:30 pm: Jim Roberts
Next Sunday, April 26:
Acts 4:8-12/1 Jn 3:1-2/Jn 10:11-18
7:30 am: Beverly Varney,
9:00 am: Helene Mimnaugh,
11:00 am: Nell and Ludwig Huber,
5:00 pm: Charles and Martha Marchetti
Rev. Msgr. William H. Carr:
[email protected],
Father Stefan Migac:
Parochial Vicar,
[email protected],
Fr. Michael Boehling:
Vicar for Vocations, In Residence
[email protected]
Rev. Mr. John Arkesteyn:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected], 324
Rev. Mr. Robert Giovenco:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected], 316
Rev. Mr. V.J. Petillo:
Permanent Deacon,
[email protected]
Pastoral Staff
Mr. Paul Amrhein:
Director of Human Concerns
and Pastoral Care,
[email protected],
Mr. Allen Bean:
Music Minister,
[email protected],
Mr. Dan Harms:
Youth Minister,
[email protected],
April 19, 2015
Please Pray for the Sick, Infirm and Those in Need
Communion to the Sick
Please notify the parish office (804.282.9511) when a parishioner is ill.
Arrangements will be made for home or hospital visitation.
Our Parishioners
Elaine Coli, Connie McLaughlin, Emily Condlin, Jennifer Stivers, Joseph Stenger,
Helen Wren, Lisa Hall, Patty Fineran McCaffrey, John McCaffrey, Joe Ragusa,
Al Markow, Michelle Batty, Denyelle Mehfoud, Theodore Woods, Barbara Call,
Lila Ann Roarty, Jean Cameron, Sr. Jean Solari, Max Tutt, Stanley Czajkowski
Dr. Bill Bruch and those facing long term illness and disability.
Mr. Ray Honeycutt:
Saint Bridget School Principal,
[email protected],
Friends and Relatives of Parishioners
Baby Riley Troyer, Suki Simpson, Jeanette Tippling, James Shaw, Jr., Sarah Von
Bank, Larry Picano, Beau Simpson, Joy Zygmont, Lisa Belton, Jim Penfield,
Beverly Flanagan, Jackson McGuire, Linda Smith, Brandyn Bailey, Anne Thomas
and Anita McAllister.
Ms. Teresa Lee:
Director of Religious Education &
RCIA, [email protected],
Those who passed to eternal life & their family and friends who mourn
John MacKenzie.
“Now by this we may be sure that we know Him, if we obey His commandments.” Jesus wants to make Himself known to you through the vocation
He chooses for you. Will you obey His call to the priesthood or consecrated life?
Call Father Michael G. Boehling at (804)359-5661, or write: [email protected]
April 19, 2015
Human Concerns Announcements
Contact Us!
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM, M-F
Phone: 282.9511
Fax: 285.7227
Ms. Michele Healy:
Director of Communications,
[email protected]
saintbridgetchurch.org, 525.7899
Mr. Joel Keith:
Parish Accountant,
[email protected]
Ms. Julie Koury:
Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected],
Ms. Kimberly Lapkin:
Director of Stewardship,
[email protected],
Ms. Pat Morrison:
Wedding Coordinator,
[email protected], 741.6620
Ms. Cheryl Peters:
Director of Administration,
[email protected]
Ms. Joan Scarola:
Pastoral Assistant,
[email protected],
Councils and Committees
Building Committee:
Rick Kastelberg,
[email protected]
Finance Council:
John McCulla,
[email protected]
Liturgy Committee:
Bruce Slough
[email protected]
Parish Pastoral Council:
Paul Sinclair,
[email protected]
PRC Walk for Life family-friendly event is an easy two mile non-competitive fund-raiser
supporting the good work of the Pregnancy Resource Center of Metro Richmond (PRC). Our
theme in 2015 affirms life as a gift from God. Since the structure God created for nurturing,
protecting, and blessing life is the family, we are committed to building biblical families! Saturday, May 2, 2015, REGISTRATION starts at 9:00 a.m., WALK begins at 10:00 a.m., Corner
of Thompson St. & Monument Ave. 3601 Monument Ave., Richmond VA 23230
Haiti Ministry Meeting. The joint Haiti Ministry of St. Bridget and Sacred Heart
meets typically on the fourth Monday of each month, but we will meet on Wednesday
April 29, at 7 pm in the PCMR. Our special guest this month is Delile Telforth who is Fr.
Bourdeau’s right hand man in Haiti. Come meet him and celebrate the good works we do
together. God richly blesses our efforts.
Thank You! For your contributions in the second collection for our Haiti ministry last week.
Little Sisters of the Poor – Sugar Drive: The Little Sisters of the Poor who run St. Joseph’s Home for the aged are always looking for creative ways to raise the funds they need to
care for the elderly entrusted to them. St. Bridget will host a sugar drive to help them out.
Please bring your sugar in the weekend of April 25/26 and leave it in the corner where
we collect food for Catholic Charities. With spring in full bloom they can use a lot of sugar to
bake some cookies and make some lemonade to keep their cares in good cheer.
HELP Program in Need of Phone Counselors!
Commonwealth Catholic Charities’ HELP Program is seeking volunteer phone counselors
in its Richmond Office. Volunteers assist low income community members in a financial
crisis to connect with emergency financial assistance resources offered by CCC and other
community based providers. Phone counselors cover the HELP Emergency Assistance
Line from 9am – 12:00pm and from 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm daily. Volunteers are needed to
cover one or more shifts, based on availability. CCC’s HELP program is one of the largest
and oldest emergency financial assistance programs in the Richmond region and is a
partnership between CCC and area parishes. Please contact Sid Alvarado at
[email protected] or 804-545-5945 if you are interested in volunteering.
Finding Grace in Race: [G]race A public lecture series marking the 150th anniversary of
the burning of Richmond. This is the third and last lecture in the series. Come and join the
other St. Bridget folks attending “The Renewal” Monday, April 27, 7:30 pm. This lecture will explore how the United States has grappled with segregation in the legal system since
the fall and burning of Richmond. About the lecturer: Christy Coleman is Co-CEO of the
American Civil War Museum. The 45 minute lecture will be followed by facilitated conversation and group processing time among the audience. Lecture is FREE. To register contact
DeBorah Cannady at [email protected] or by phone at 804-783-7903.
Fair Trade Coffee and Tea Sales. The weekend of April 25/26 we will be offering an
assortment of coffee, tea, hot cocoa and chocolate bars. The St. Bridget coffee we are selling is in a beautiful new bag with a fresh seal that will keep that fresh roast taste longer
and is still one full pound. Stop by in the commons after Mass to see the wide assortment
being offered. Your purchase helps to give an education to children in Carissade, Haiti
who would not otherwise have one while helping the farmers in third world countries
make a better living. You pay a little more but the coffee, tea and chocolate are fantastic.
It is as if you can taste the good you are helping to provide.
Help Wanted – We have gotten a number of new volunteers to help sell fair trade products
after Mass but we are in need of help once a month after the 5:30 on Saturday. This takes
about 15 minutes of your time after mass. If you can help it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Paul Amrhein at 525-7902 or [email protected], thank you.
BeFriender Ministers Needed —This ministry is a blessing to all those involved. Our
BeFriender Ministers are all busy and we need both men and women to help out with the
ministry. We are in the process of interviewing candidates and setting the training schedule for this Spring. BeFriender Ministry is a national, ecumenical organization that provides training for a listening ministry of lay pastoral care always in strictest confidence.
BeFrienders provide pastoral care for people in transitional situations. They are trained
lay volunteers who extend the pastoral care of a faith community. The training for this
ministry will help you become a better spouse, parent and friend. If you are interested in
attending the training or learning more by speaking with one of our current ministers
contact Paul Amrhein [email protected] or 525-7902.
Contact Us!
Parish Life Groups
Michael Siewers,
[email protected], 353.7884
Catholic Heart Work Camp:
Andy and Anne-Marie Condlin,
[email protected]
741.5305 or 426.5298
Haiti Committee:
Paul Amrhein,
Human Concerns and
Pastoral Care Minister,
[email protected],
Knights of Columbus:
Gary Port
Membership Director,
[email protected], 741-8666
Men’s Catholic Bible Study:
Frank deVenoge,
[email protected], 814.5607
Men’s Ministry:
Leon Shadowen,
[email protected], 740.2948
Micah Initiative/Blackwell School:
Paul Amrhein,
[email protected],
Parish Nurse Ministry:
Lucy Casey, RN and
Betty Spencer, RN, 525-7905
Respect Life Committee:
Mike Kozak,
[email protected],
Saints and Sinners:
Gwen Glasser,
[email protected], 364-4920
Saints Cyril and Methodius Society:
Dan Yates,
[email protected], 740.5695
Welcome Committee:
Keri Inge,
[email protected],
Women’s Ministry:
Kim Hulcher,
[email protected], 426.3815
and Shannon Garbett,
[email protected],
April 19, 2015
Calendar of events for the week of April 19, 2015
CHWC speakers at 5:30 pm Mass
7:00 AM: Men’s Catholic Studies - PCMR
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:00 AM: Rosary following Daily Mass - Church
9:00 AM: Oblates Meeting - Murphy Conference Room
5:30 PM: Mass - Church
SUNDAY, 4.19
CHWC speakers at all Masses
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM:
Mass - Church
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM: Children’s Liturgy
of the Word - Church Hall
12:15 PM: Sunday Afternoon Religious
Education - School
3:15 PM: Youth Choir/Band Rehearsal-Church
5:00 PM: Mass - Church
MONDAY, 4.20
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
9:00 AM: Bible Study - Church Hall
7:00 PM: Haiti Budget Meeting - Murphy
Conf. Room
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
1:00 PM: School Faith Formation Meeting Murphy Conf.
1:30 PM: Bible Study - PCMR
4:00 PM: Parish Boy Choir - Church Hall
6:00 PM: MOPS - Church Hall
6:00 PM: RCIA - Murphy Conference Room
&:00 PM: Liturgy Committee - PCMR
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Bible Study - Church Hall
4:30 PM: Religious Education - School
6:30 PM: Adult Choir Rehearsal - Church Hall
6:30 PM: Usher Training - Church, Commons, Cry Room
7:00 PM: Finance Council - PCMR
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Mother Presentation Rosary
Guild - PCMR
4:00 PM: Girl Choir - Church Hall
6:00 PM: ALPHA - Commons, PCMR,
Kitchen, Church Hall
6:30 PM: Irish Lessons - Large Nursery
FRIDAY, 4.24
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:30 AM: Divine Cenacle Croup - Murphy
Conf. Room
10:00 AM: Parish Playgroup - Church Hall
4:00 - 8:00 pm: Bulldog Bash at School
Fair Trade Coffee Sales
Little Sisters of the Poor Second Collection
7:00 AM: Men’s Catholic Studies - PCMR
8:00 AM: Daily Mass - Church
8:00 AM: Rosary following Daily Mass - Church
5:30 PM: Mass - Church
SUNDAY, 4.26
Fair Trade Coffee Sales
Little Sisters of the Poor Second Collection
7:30 AM, 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 5:00 PM:
Mass - Church
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM: Children’s Liturgy
of the Word - Church Hall
12:15 PM: Sunday Afternoon Religious
Education - School
1:00 PM: Baptism Liturgy - Church
3:15 PM: Youth Choir/Band Rehearsal-Church
5:00 PM: Mass - Church
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. There is no better time than
Easter to celebrate the protection of our most valuable gift from God - our children.
For information about the Diocese of Richmond Safe Environment Program go to
http://www.richmonddiocese.org/safe-environment. For victim assistance information call 877-887-9603.
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foundational knowledge, a structured presentation of new concepts, and varied assessment methods to gauge student understanding. The preferred candidate will have experience in teaching, enthusiasm for youth, and enjoy a single-sex Christian environment. Please e-mail cover letter and resume to Michael Bumbulsky, Associate Headmaster, at [email protected]
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6412 Horsepen Rd. • Richmond, VA 804.288.7247
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5702 Grove Avenue
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13700 N. Gayton Road
Richmond, VA 23233
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1807 Libbie Ave., Ste. 100
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