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Serving Middlesex County and adjacent areas of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck since 1896
Vol. 120, No. 28
Urbanna, Virginia 23175 • October 9, 2014
B Section
Chargers host
Pointers in
homecoming
game Friday
by Larry Chowning
Northampton
defeated
the
Middlesex High School varsity football team 46-26 last Friday night on
Virginia’s Eastern Shore. The Chargers were behind 30-6 in the first quarter, but were able to mount a small
comeback.
The Chargers rushed for a total of
169 yards and had 80 yards in the air
for 249 total yards. Quarterback Andre
Campbell had 4 completed passes for
80 yards. Campbell scored 2 rushing
touchdowns and threw for 2.
Robert Lemon scored 2 touchdowns
and caught the 4 passes thrown by
Campbell. His longest catch was 34
yards. Lemon also rushed for 94 on 12
carries. Campbell had 61 yards on 10
carries, and Jordan Blake carried one
time for 3 yards. Jack Ruark kicked 2
extra points.
On defense, J. Blake and Campbell
had three unassisted tackles. Chris
Blake, Dracy Greenwood and Lemon
each had 2 tackles, and Jamal Jones
and Codi Nerschi each had an unassisted tackle. Shane Johanson had 4
assisted tackles, and Matt Horne and
Bryan Hollingshead had an assisted
tackle apiece.
On special teams, Campbell
returned 3 kickoffs for 38 yards, and
Chris Blake punted twice for 47 yards
with his longest being 36 yards.
The Chargers (1-4) will host conference foe West Point on Friday, October
10, at 7 p.m. in the Middlesex High
School (MHS) homecoming game at
the Syd Thrift Athletic Complex at
MHS in Saluda.
Lady Chargers host K&Q tonight
Meghan Shores bumps a shot and teammate Hannah Duke prepares to
assist in the JV Lady Chargers win over visiting West Point on September
31. Middlesex will host King and Queen Thursday, October 9. JV games
begin at 6 p.m. and varsity games follow at 7:30 p.m.
(Photo by Tom Chillemi)
JV Chargers rally for 8-6
victory over Northampton
by Johnathon Williams
A reporter coming in late to a football game has to ask certain questions
to catch up to speed. “How’s the game
going?” brought a stern reply from a
spectator, who responded, “Look at the
scoreboard.”
Of course, I had seen the scoreboard.
The Middlesex High JV Chargers were
down 6-0 to Northampton and time
was running out. Halfway through the
third quarter, things weren’t looking
good for Middlesex.
However, I know that the game of
football means a lot more than just the
score on the board. Actually, most of
the game is not about the numbers on
the board, but rather the game on the
field. With that in mind, I settled down
Tennis practices
being held at
Middlesex High
Middlesex High School (MHS)
tennis coach Matt Short is holding
out-of-season open tennis practices
on Wednesdays and Fridays from 4-6
p.m. on the new tennis courts at the
Syd Thrift Athletic Complex at MHS.
Practice is open to all students in
grades 8-12 who would like to be on
the MHS tennis team next spring.
Students that wish to practice need
to have a current completed VHSL
sports physical.
to watch the rest of the game.
Time flew by on the clock and the
fourth quarter arrived with no change
in the score, just more anxiousness in
the crowd. Apparently, the JV Chargers were just as aware of the clock.
At the beginning of the fourth quarter, the fans were brought to their feet.
The Chargers, spurred by the clock and
no doubt their coaches, drove down the
field play after play. The JV Chargers
finally entered the end zone as #18
Cameron Wells ran for a touchdown.
The conversion put 2 more points on
the board and MHS led 8-6.
The Middlesex High School golf
The tide had changed. In the stands, team returned Monday from the 2014
gone were any traces of anxiousness Region A Golf Tournament at the
and, in its place, a crowd of roaring, Manor Golf Club in Farmville with a
fifth place finish out of eight eligible
(See JV football, page B3)
teams throughout Conferences 41, 42,
43 and 44.
Avis Keeling handles a West Point hit in the September 31 match. Standing by is Maggie Bull. The Lady Chargers “Play for a Cure” and hold
their annual fundraiser for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation on Thursday, October 23, starting at 6 p.m. (Photo by Tom Chillemi)
Middlesex girls fall to
Pointers in league opener
The Middlesex Lady Chargers varsity volleyball team opened Conference 42 play on September 31 with a
loss to visiting West Point.
The Lady Chargers put up a good
fight but lost in three close games
25-22, 25-17 and 25-21. “The team
played well together,” said Lady Charger coach Gina Villano.
Middle hitter Beth Eanes led with the
most kills. The Lady Chargers had very
consistent serves and were led with aces
by middle hitter Shelby Lewter, and
setter Austen-Taylor Dozier.
The ladies continue with Conference 42 games through the rest of the
season. They host King and Queen
on Thursday, October 9; and are at
Mathews on Tuesday, October 14 and
at West Point on Thursday, October 16.
JV games begin at 6 p.m. and are followed by varsity games at 7:30 p.m.
Susan Komen
fundraiser set
for October 23
Please support the Middlesex
High School volleyball teams in
their fight against breast cancer
during the matches on Thursday,
October 23, starting at 6 p.m. at
MHS. The JV and varsity teams
will host their annual fundraiser
to benefit the Susan G. Komen
Foundation. The teams will have
prizes, gift bags, shirts, 50/50
raffles, and Chick-Fil-A at the
event. Please support a good
cause and make a difference!
Chargers finish 5th in the region;
Greg Pitts is 7th among 58 golfers
William Campbell High School
won the title, Altavista was second,
Northumberland third, and Essex
fourth.
The links-style course featured
many “blind shots” on undulating
fairways and greens from the valley’s
natural shape, and the Chargers struggled with shot placement throughout the round, said MHS coach Greg
Harrow. “Playing that style of golf in
that atmosphere was tough for our
young team and we had a hard time
getting our distances correct. While
we gained some valuable notes during
our practice round on Sunday, having
never played that style of course put
us at a big disadvantage.”
The Chargers’ score of 411 was
comprised of the four lowest individual rounds recorded by Elliott
Redmon (111), Mason Phillips (109),
Kyle McNamee (102) and Greg Pitts
(89). Also competing in the match
were Mason Duke (115) and Will
Leggett (123).
“The conditions were rough with
wind and fast greens,” noted Harrow,
“but these guys played their hearts
out and I’m extremely proud of what
they have accomplished this year as a
young squad.”
Playoff
Notable during the tournament was
Greg Pitts’ score of 89. This clinched
the 12 lowest round out of 58 golfers,
which earned a spot on the 2014 AllRegion Team. It also tied him for the
6th qualifying spot for the state golf
tournament with Rappahannock’s
Adam Campbell, and the two golfers
entered into a late day playoff between
holes 1 and 9 repeatedly until one of
them was declared a winner.
On the first hole Campbell hit the
first drive and it appeared to be close
Members of the 2014 Middlesex High School golf team include, front row from left, Greg Pitts, Maclean Thomas, Matthew Wilson, Brian Major, to a hazard while Pitts was just off
Mason Phillips, Joe Hall, Hunter Ward, Mason Duke and Avary Payne; back row, head coach Greg Harrow, volunteer assistant James Pitts, Will the fairway to the right about 150
Leggett, Kyle McNamee, Chris Blake, Luke Lawson, Elliott Redmon, assistant coach Wade Traynham, and volunteer assistant Jock Pitts.
.
(Photo by Larry Chowning)
(See MHS golf, page B2)
B2 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • October 9, 2014
Colts sweep
Charles City
The Tom Foley family (above) presented Middlesex Family YMCA Youth and Family Services
Director Rebecca Panis and the After-school Program with the J.B. Foley Golf Tournament
contribution.
J.B. Foley Golf Tournament raises over $8,000 to
benefit Y’s Building Brighter Futures Campaign
On September 19-20, the J.B.
Foley Golf Tournament was held
at the Piankatank River Golf
Club in Hartfield. Celebrating
the life of J.B. Foley, 36 golfers
gathered for the two-day event.
Dedicated to bringing the
benefits of sports to everyone,
the Foley family has pledged
a five-year commitment to the
Y’s Building Brighter Futures
Campaign. Proceeds from the
2014 J.B. Foley Golf Tournament, exceeding $8,000, will
give Middlesex County youth
the opportunity to experience the
Y’s life-changing programs and
services in an onsite gymnasium.
“The Foley family’s commitment to creating a better community for our kids to grow gives
every child a chance to develop
as a leader, on and off the court,”
said Middlesex Y Branch Executive Rosabeth Kissman.
Since 2009, the “Foley Family
and Friends” has given over
$33,000 to the Middlesex Family
YMCA for youth sports and
Guardian Scholarships, making
a difference in the lives of others
each day.
Tournament
sponsors
included: John Abbott, Roger
Anglin, Joe Agnew, Chris
Anderson, Tom Bishop, Charles
Bristow, Marla and Andy Bury,
Bill Cawthorn, Phil Crowder,
Regina Custis, Chris Denton,
Ed Diamond, Jamie Edwards,
Jack Foley, Tom and Bea Foley,
Lawrence Fuccella, Rob Haley,
Tom Hamilton, Joey Jones, The
Lambert Family, Lloyd’s Trans-
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Marty Minder, The Ochnich
Family, Lance Shores, Larry
Welch and Bobby Wilson.
“We are thankful to Tom
and Bea Foley for their vision
for this community. They have
chosen the most meaningful way to celebrate J.B.’s life
by giving possibility to our
youth. It is through their leadership that many will know
the importance of the Y’s
impact in Middlesex through
the Building Brighter Futures
Campaign. On behalf of the
Middlesex Family YMCA
Board of Management, Capital Task Force, 1,500 YMCA
members and countless volunteers and program participants,
I extend my sincerest thanks for
the Foleys’ investment in our
youth and families. Middlesex
is undoubtedly a better place
to raise our families because of
their kindness,” said Kissman.
To learn more about the
charitable giving opportunities
through the YMCA, contact
Kissman at 776-8846 or [email protected]
“The YMCA is a 501c3 charity where we believe that every
gift makes a difference; everyone
has a role to play; together, we
can achieve so much more,” said
Kissman.
The Middlesex Colts Juniors
(11-12) and the Colts Pee
Wees (7-8) each recorded wins
against the Charles City Jaguars last Saturday in Saluda.
The Colts Juniors won 39-8
and were led by Tyrell Key,
who ran for two TDs, passed
for one TD, and scored on one
conversion.
Also scoring for the Colts
were halfback Isaiah Hayes
who bolted 46 yards for one
TD, and scored on two conversions, Casey Jones who ran 2
yards for a TD, Jacob Marx
who also ran 2 yards for a TD
and Alex Bullock who caught
a beautiful 47-yard scoring
strike from Key.
Head Coach E.J. Blake was
ecstatic about his young Colts
after the game. Blake said,
“Once again I’m proud of my
kids. We have had a tough time
with injuries lately but all of
my players are stepping up. The
kids are starting to believe in
themselves and their confidence is translating into wins. I
want to give special mention to
Jaden Reed. Ever since we put
Jaden at center our offensive
line has started to jell and they
are creating huge holes for our
backs to run through.
“I want to thank our parents
and fans,” said Blake. “We feel
their energy on the field. I also
want to thank my fine assistant
coaches, Alvin Minor, Horace
Washington, Don Mundin,
Russell Radabaugh, Rufus
Ruark, Josh Ricci, and Keith
Burse. This coming week we
hope to keep our momentum
going when we play Mechanicsville.”
In the later game, the Colts
Pee Wees manhandled the
Jaguar Pee Wees, 20-6. Xzavion Griffin led the Colts with
three touchdown runs of 67,
47, and 11 yards. Also scoring
conversions for the Colts were
Thomas Roane and Christopher Scott.
Head coach Fred West was
excited after the game and
complimented his players.
St. Clare Walker’s Shawn Hickey (right) drives past a
defender.
Seahawks split pair
The St. Clare Walker Middle
School Seahawk soccer team
split a pair of matches, losing
to Ware Academy 3-2 in overtime on September 31; and
defeating Northumberland 3-1
on October 2. They are 2-2
with one tie.
The Ware Academy contest
was a rematch that Seahawk
coach Eric Smith had looked
forward to. “We knew we had
gotten better since the first time
we played them,” he said.
The match started with some
great play from both teams.
The Seahawks struck first
when George Shaw sent a hard
cross that bounced off one of
Ware’s players and in the goal.
The Seahawk’s second goal
came when a foul was committed in the box and J.T. Cox put
the ball past their keeper.
Play stayed tight with Ware
bouncing back 2 goals of their
own to send the game into
overtime play.
Near the end of the first overtime period one of Ware’s players drove down the field and
placed a great shot in the upper
left for the go-ahead goal. “
The Seahawk offense was
led by George Shaw and J.T
Cox. The defense was led by
Shawn Haskell and Anthony
Pullman.
Goalie Austin Hall gets
better every week, noted Smith.
The Seahawks defeated
Northumberland 3-1 on October 2. Middlesex worked the
ball around very well and controlled the mid field. “This was
key to our victory,” said Smith.
Middlesex struck first when
Alex Bullock took a shot from
the left side that was going
across the face of the goal and
(See Colts, page B3)
MHS golf . . .
(Continued from page B1)
yards from the green. Campbell found his ball and hit
his second shot off the green
to the back left, leaving him
with a chip for his third shot
while Pitts second shot was
on the green just past the pin
about 25 feet. Campbell then
chipped onto the green leaving
him with a slippery 15-footer.
Pitts was putting for birdie and
it seemed his ball was heading
straight into the hole and, as it
approached, it lipped out of the
cup leaving him inches from
the hole for an easy tap in par.
Campbell then lined up for the
pressure putt and sank it for par
to tie Pitts.
On hole 9, both players
hit tee shots into the fairway.
Campbell’s second shot flew
the green leaving him with
yet another chip for his third
shot, and Pitts was just on the
green past the hole about 20
feet. Campbell again lined up
his chip and made a tremendous shot that left his ball
about a foot from the hole for
an easy tap-in par. Pitts lined
up his birdie putt and made the
attempt. His ball moved quickly
downhill toward the hole and
missed to the right leaving him
with a 4-foot par putt for the
tie. As the pressure was now on
Pitts, he lined up his putt and
it again lipped out on the right
side of the cup, leaving him
with a tap-in bogey. Campbell
thereby gained the 6th spot for
individual competition at the
state tournament.
“It was simply heartbreaking,” said Harrow. “I’ve witnessed Greg sink those putts
with his eyes closed, but as a
sophomore that’s a heck of a
lot of pressure with a crowd
of people watching and a state
bid within feet of your sights.
Greg has absolutely no reason
to hold his head down. He’s a
hard worker and I will almost
guarantee he will be playing at
the state level for the next two
years of his high school career.
As a coach, just witnessing
your player have that opportunity is one of the proudest
moments in the world!”
Thanks
As the Middlesex High
School golf season ends, the
Chargers expressed special
thanks to those that made this
year possible, especially the
Piankatank River Golf Club
(PRGC) for providing the
course and resources to allow
the team to better its game
every day all year. “PRGC is
just tremendous,” said Harrow.
“They let us come out there
and use the course, range and
other practice areas with no
amends and its one of the finest
resources in the area to develop
a golfer.”
The Chargers thanked assistant coach Wade Traynham
and volunteer coach Jock Pitts.
“Coach Traynham and Pitts are
simply invaluable to our team,”
said Harrow. “They volunteer
their time to these young men
and we simply could not do
what we have done without
either of them. Coach Traynham is just great with the guys
and he has invaluable training
tools and methods for most any
golf swing. And Jock is there
with them every day taking
them out on the course, spending extra practice hours with
them, and supporting each
player all year long. I simply
cannot thank them enough for
what they do and have done!”
Jade Tullos ran back post and
placed a finish shot to the back
of the net. “It was her first goal
of the year and it set us up for
the momentum we needed,”
said Smith.
Sawn Haskell and J.T. Cox
controlled the midfield and
kept the Seahawks on an offensive attack until Middlesex
had a penalty in its box. The
Northumberland player played
a great shot to the back of the
net to tie the match 1-1.
The Seahawks started the
second half off by carrying the
ball to the outside and up and
Northumberland did not adjust
to it. Middlesex started making
runs on goal with multiple
shots and chances.
Shawn Haskell stole the ball
at midfield and made a run
to the left side. He beat the
defense and made a great low
shot just inside the left post for
his first goal of the year and a
2-1 Seahawk lead.
Not long after that score
George Shaw placed a corner
kick near the post and Haskell
ran in and made a great header
to the upper corner of the goal
for a 3-1 MHS lead.
Smith substituted some players and they stepped up and
kept the offensive attack going.
Shawn Hickey, Ken Beam and
Cole Ruark all had great shots
and chances on goal until the
final whistle blew.
The offense was led by
George Shaw, J.T. Cox, Shawn
Hickey, and Shawn Haskell.
The defense was led by goalie
Austin Hall, Shawn Haskell,
Anthony Pullman, Aaron
Akers, and Avery Walden.
The Seahawks host Lancaster
on Thursday, Oct. 9, at 4:30 p.m.
Smith leads MHS girls
The Middlesex High School
(MHS) girls cross-country team
defeated Northumberland High
School 28-31 on October 1 as
MHS freshman Emilie Smith
captured first place in the race.
Smith won with a time of
22:37. MHS freshman Michaela
Chowning finished fourth in
23:29, and Marisol Juan was fifth
in 24:15.
MHS senior Grace Rutkowski
finished seventh with a time of
28:29, and Andri Rowe was 19th
in 35:30. The Lady Chargers’
Molly Brown was sidelined with
shin splints so MHS did not have
its full roster running. Brown is
usually the fourth place runner
for Middlesex.
The MHS boys finished second
to Northumberland, 21-37. Ace
MHS runner Ridge Ellis was
sidelined with a leg injury. Freshman Will Howard was the top
Charger runner, finishing second
with a time of 20:0.
MHS’s Tanner Johannsen was
(See Harriers, page B3)
Weeklyy Tides
Windmill Point – Sunrise & Moon – October 2014
Fri. 10/10
High 12:36 1.5’
Low 6:58 -0.1’
High 12:59 1.7’
Low 7:42 0.0’
Sunrise
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Moonset
Moonrise
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6:35
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Tue.10/14
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Low 10:12
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7:13
Sunset
6:29
Moonset 1:08
Moonrise 11:36
Sat. 10/11
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1:23
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8:31
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Sunrise
7:10
Sunset
6:34
Moonset 10:28
Moonrise 9:03
Wed.10/15
High 4:46 1.2’
Low 11:08 0.5’
High 5:16 1.3’
Sunrise
7:14
Sunset
6:28
Moonset 1:51
Sun.10/12
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8:31
2:35
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Sunset
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Moonset 11:27
Moonrise 9:52
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Low 12:03
High 5:46
Low 12:08
High 6:15
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7:14
Sunset
6:27
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Moonset 2:30
Mon.10/13
High 2:59
Low 9:20
High 3:26
Low 10:13
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Sunrise
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Sunset
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Moonset 12:20
Moonrise10.43:35
Fri. 10/17
Low 12:59
High 6:45
Low 1:09
High 7:12
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Great Wicomico River Light
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school
Harriers . . .
Christchurch School to
present Riversong Concert
(Continued from page B2)
sixth (22:17); David Bayard, seventh (22:20); Jacob Self, 10th
(22:40); Kyle Forst, 12th (23:25);
Clayton Chandler, 13th (25:55);
Brett Fochtman, 14th (26:15);
Tianxiang Li, 15th (26:29); Chris
Revere, 17th (27:18); Luke Robertson, 18th (28:00); Ben Hunt,
19th (28:12); Kevin Marshall,
21st (28:31); Marty Bristow,
24th (33:25); and Tony Ji, 25th
(36:20).
JV football . . .
On Saturday, October 18, the
Christchurch School Visual and
Performing Arts Department
will present the second annual
Riversong Concert. The evening promises delightful entertainment under the direction of
department chair Mark Parsons
with performances by the St.
Peter’s Chapel Choir (comprised of faculty and students),
the Cantorion, and student soloists.
The evening also will feature a special performance by
Jason Epps, a bass baritone
from Washington, D.C. Epps is
a former student of Mark Parsons. He studied at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music
and has participated in opera
and orchestral performances
with the Cleveland Opera,
Lyric Opera Cleveland, Opera
Vivente, Baltimore Opera, Baltimore Concert Opera and New
England Youth Ensemble. Currently, Epps is a professional
soloist and chorister of sacred
music with various churches
throughout the Baltimore area.
He also has performed with the
Handel Choir of Baltimore, the
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, and the United States Air
Force Band.
Riversong will include performances of Garth Brooks’
“The River,” Joni Mitchell’s
Above are the Chesapeake Academy students who recently climbed Humpback Mountain. They are, from left, Philip Haynie, Faith Hattersley, Emma Smith, Kim Dynia, Jordon
(Continued from page B1) Abbott, Abby Souders, Sadie Hassman, Reese Bragg, Hillary May, Olivia Smith, Orie Bullard, Ashton Hollingsworth, Oliver McAninch, Ben Antonio and Michael Branson.
stomping, super fans. “Never
give up! Winston Churchill said
that,” said the fan sitting next to
me, confident as ever that the
Jason Epps
game couldn’t have gone any
other way.
The rest of the game flew by
Imagine the challenges facing impact of geographic structures
Academy teacher Hillary
“Let the River Run,” the spirias defensive lineman like Elijah the famed explorer Magellan on settlement patterns.
May, who also participated in
tual “Down by the River” and,
Darnell, Thomas Hamilton, and as he navigated uncharted terAs a follow-up to this, stu- the trip, said, “Throughout the
of course, the classic “Moon
Leke Robinson the Chargers ritory; consider the impact of dents explored a 19th century year we learn about people who
River.”
kept their winning edge.
human traffic on pristine eco- homestead and found that the face hardships, but to really
Parsons and Epps will reprise
In the last few seconds of the systems; and use a topographic buildings were small and had understand what it is like to
the duet, “Jim and Huck,” they
game the crowd began to cheer map to consider the impact of low ceilings because the farm- be in their shoes, we crafted a
performed when Epps was a
more loudly. MHs fans could physical geographic structures ers had to gather materials and field study that simulates some
college freshman.
see what was about to happen. If on settlement patterns!
put structures together using of those trials. To many of us,
Riversong starts at 7 p.m., is
a late and pesky reporter had, in
Welcome to Chesapeake only local resources. Because it is hard to function without
open to the public, and will take
that moment, asked me, “How’s Academy’s
sixth-grade the terrain was so rough, farm- wifi, and students need to conplace in the Cole Family Atrium
the game going?” I would have Advanced Geography and ers concentrated on subsistence sider the impact of electricity,
of the Lewis B. Puller ’63 Scigiven him, with a smile, the World History class! The acad- farming, growing high yield running water, and convenient
ence Center on the school
same answer that I had gotten emy’s sixth grade students crops that could be easily pre- transportation. Long distance
campus.
when I first asked. “Look at the traveled to the Blue Ridge served for the winter.
hiking offered insights into
For further information, call
scoreboard.”
Mountains to take a first-hand
The class explored the his- the physical realities faced by
758-2306.
Chargers 8, Northampton look at the factors impacting tory of the Appalachian Trail explorers and provided students
6. Better still, it was the junior these questions and influencing and compared the impact of a glimpse into what it must have
Chargers first victory of the the explorers.
small human changes on the been like for Magellan’s crew
season. Middlesex will host
Academy geography teacher environment with the impact of crossing the Pacific, sailing a
Andy Strotman, son of Col. award as its most outstanding
West Point at 6:30 p.m. on Kim Dynia explained, “The the reintroductions of wolves ship even as they succumbed and Mrs. Samuel Strotman, student. He also played tennis,
Monday, October 13, at the sixth-graders are studying to Yellowstone National Park. to starvation, dehydration, and USMCR of Milford, Ohio, lettering all four years. After
Syd Thrift Athletic Complex at Magellan’s circumnavigation Student Ben Antonio noted scurvy.”
and grandson of Col. and Mrs. receiving scholarship offers
MHS in Saluda.
of the world. The unit focuses that the smallest changes “can
The field study also provided Raymond Kostesky, USMC from three schools, he accepted
on resources and what barri- impact the types of plants and an opportunity to use the more (retired), of Urbanna, recently the University of Alabama’s
ers people are willing to over- animals that live in an area, the practical side of geography. Stu- graduated with honors from prestigious Presidential Scholcome in order to obtain those animals’ behavior patterns, and dents created topographic maps Archbishop Moeller High arship, offering free tuition for
resources. Because Magellan’s even the patterns of geographic and built 3-D models of the School in Cincinnati, Ohio.
four years. He plans to major in
While attending Moeller, history, and attend law school
(Continued from page B2) journey happened so long ago structures like rivers. We must landscape represented by their
and so far away, we went to plan carefully to preserve the maps, learning as they worked Strotman was editor of the upon graduation.
West said, “ I’m proud of all look at a closer, more recent environment for future genera- when topographic maps were school newspaper and received
of my players. I was worried example right here in the Com- tions!”
invented, how they were used.
the Social Studies Department
at the beginning of the game monwealth. In the 1700-1800s,
as they were having problems as good farmland was taken up
focusing, but they ended up in the Tidewater and Piedmont
getting into the game and we regions, newcomers and poor
came out with a win. Now we farmers had to move west into
hope to win again next week.” the Appalachian Mountains to
by Capt. Percy Blackburn
This Saturday, October 11, find land.”
the Colts take on the MechanStudents climbed Humpback
Although the water temicsville Rebels at home. Game Mountain to get a birds-eye perature is getting a bit cooler,
times are 9 a.m. Juniors, 10:15 view of the Appalachian Moun- the spot bite is still quite good.
a.m. Midgets, and 11:30 a.m. tain chain and to see where Hopefully, the spot will stay
Pee Wees.
modern farmers have settled around well into October. Capin the valleys, considering the tain Puddin Glasco (804-8323847) aboard the charter boat
Karen Lynn reports excellent
catches of large spot over the
past week while fishing at ButAndy Strotman
ler’s Hole. Captain Chris Deal
(804-824-4208) aboard the
charter boat Charlotte D has
been filling his coolers with
large spot at The Mooring Ball.
Restin’ Easy
Further up the Rappahannock
September 19 was National
River, there are plenty of large
POW/MIA Recognition Day.
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and the mouth of Carter Creek. last Saturday to celebrate the life of Captain Don Bannister Americans as missing and unacOn the Piankatank River, Tyler and to spread his ashes at the mouth of the Rappahannock counted for. More than 90% of
Harris and Phil Hughes caught River. Captain Bannister, who passed away in early Septem- them were in Vietnam, Camboall the large spot they wanted ber, was captain of the Restin’ Easy and was a well-known, dia and Laos where Vietnamese
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during a moving tide will pro- tackle action. I have had good
duce the best results.
results using small lead head
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church
Clarksbury
Glebe Landing Baptist
revival continues tonight; Food Pantry
homecoming due Sunday distribution
Operation Thanksgiving begins
The 23rd Annual Operation Thanksgiving is under way at
the Bethlehem Star Lodge in Saluda. Boxes for shoppers to
donate canned goods and other items have been placed at
different businesses around the county. Distributions from
the lodge will be on November 19, and meals will be delivered to citizens “really in need” on November 21. Pictured
above are lodge members who are working with the program. They are, from left, James Bagby, William T. Bagby
and Rev. Calvin Rideau.
(Photo by Larry Chowning)
Glebe Landing Baptist
Church is celebrating its
242nd anniversary with a
homecoming revival October
6-10. Speakers are past and
present pastors.
On Thursday, October 9,
Rev. Jack Moody (1975-1979)
will speak and on Friday,
October 10, which is youth
night, Rev. Douglas Davis will
speak. Everyone is welcome.
Revival starts at 7 p.m.
Glebe Landing, the second
oldest church in the Mid-Tidewater Association was constituted on October 17, 1772 by
noted Baptist preacher John
Waller. Glebe Landing is the
mother of two churches, Hermitage Baptist Church and
Union Shiloh Baptist Church.
To date, there have been 32
pastors who have served Glebe
Landing. Rev. Gene Cumbia is
the current pastor.
“Glebe Landing has been
a guiding light in the upper
end of Middlesex County for
many years now and we are
grateful for those who have
labored here and have passed
their mantles on to us,” said a
church official. “With the love
of God and the love of our
fellow men a compelling force
for service, we can surely face
the future unafraid. Our prayer
today is that Glebe Landing
will always be the shining
light it has been for the past
242 years.”
Glebe Landing will hold its
homecoming Sunday, October
12, starting at 9:30 a.m. for
Sunday school and 11 a.m. for
worship service, followed by
dinner and a 1:30 p.m. service
with music and speaker Rev.
Meredith Garrett.
The church is at 1439 Glebe
Landing Road, Laneview.
For more information, contact the church at 758-2233.
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Remlik Wesleyan
revival scheduled
October 19-22
Clarksbury United Methodist Church on Route 33 in
Hardyville will have their Fall
Food Pantry distribution Saturday, October 11, from 9-11
a.m. Food recipients are asked
to enter the church through the
front doors where they will be
greeted. Some information will
be asked of them to better serve
their needs. Income information is not required. Church
officials only ask that those
in need come. Information on
Clarksbury will be available
with opportunities for prayer.
Assistance with loading the
grocery bags also will be provided.
Remlik Wesleyan Church
will host a revival October
19-22 with Rev. Gary Combs,
evangelist. The church is at 775
Flats Road.
On Sunday, October 19, at
10:45 a.m. the church will
celebrate Friends Day. Rev.
Combs will speak followed by
a meal shared with friends. At
6 p.m. Paul and Bessie Guthrie will perform a mini concert
followed by a message by Rev.
Combs.
The October 20-22 services
will begin at 7 p.m. with Rev.
Combs preaching and special
music each evening. The services are devoted to developing
friendship with Jesus.
All are invited to attend. For
more information or directions
call 758-2776.
Immanuel
to celebrate
Men’s Day
‘Why Unitarians
Go to Church’
is Sunday topic
is Saturday
On Sunday, October 12, at
11 a.m. the men of Immanuel
Baptist Church in Saluda will
celebrate their annual Men’s
Day.
The speaker will be Rev.
Bernard S. Nichols Jr., born
and reared in Newport News.
He attended Hampton Institute,
served in the military for seven
years, and the remainder of his
career was spent as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service.
The men of the community
and surrounding churches are
invited to come and share in
this service with the men of
Immanuel. Rev. Calvin Rideau
Sr. is the church pastor.
For more information, contact Trustee Matthew Burnett,
chairperson, at 758-2318.
New Morning
Star Baptist
festival set
New Morning Star Baptist
Church of Walkerton will host
a Fall Festival on Saturday,
October 18. Events begin at
1 p.m. A bake sale and a yard
sale will be held from 1-3:30
p.m. There will be pony rides,
face painting, yard games,
cotton candy, popcorn, hot
dogs and hamburgers.
At 4 p.m., there will be a
concert on the lawn featuring “The Christian Travelers”
of Richmond, a gospel group.
New Morning Star’s Mime
Ministry will perform during
intermission. Concert tickets
are $5 for adults; children 12
and under are free. For tickets
or information, call 240-7038.
All are invited.
Immanuel BC
invites youth to
‘Hallelujah Night’
On Thursday, October 30,
from 6:30 to 9 p.m., Immanuel
Baptist Church in Saluda will
celebrate “Hallelujah Night” in
lieu of Halloween.
The youth in the community
are invited to come and share
their talent in a song, poem,
praise dancing, etc. The youth
will receive a gift of love and a
light dinner will be served at 6
p.m. to all.
Contact Sister Barbara Dandridge at 804-758-5879 or
Sister Gloria Johnson at 804758-3446 during the day, and
after 5 p.m. Sister Angela Epps
at 804-832-4559. The deadline
to sign up is October 19.
On Sunday, October 12, at
the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock
(UUFR-VA,) Chris Gimpel
will present “Why Unitarians
Go to Church.”
Chris will offer six reasons
why Unitarians go to church,
as stated by her father in the
late 1940s when he gave a layman’s sermon in the small First
Unitarian Church of Erie, Pa.
Have the reasons changed in
the last 60 years? Chris was
“churched” (or not) in that
modest little downtown church
next to a grocery store, where
they sang hymns, not “songs,”
and were accompanied by a
two manual pipe organ. She is
now a member of the UUFRVA.
The UUFR-VA meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at 366
James Wharf Road in White
Stone. Stay for coffee and
refreshments.
Philippi to
offer preventive
health event
Life Line Screening, a
leading provider of community-based preventive health
screenings, will host its affordable, non-invasive and painless
health screenings on Monday,
October 20, at Philippi Christian Church in Deltaville.
Five screenings will be
offered that scan for potential
health problems related to:
blocked arteries which is a leading cause of stroke; abdominal
aortic aneurysms which can
lead to a ruptured aorta; hardening of the arteries in the legs
which is a strong predictor of
heart disease; atrial fibrillation
or irregular heartbeat which is
closely tied to stroke risk; and
a bone density screening, for
men and women, used to assess
the risk of osteoporosis.
Register for a “Wellness
Package,” which includes four
vascular tests and osteoporosis screening from $149 ($139
with the church’s member discount). All five screenings take
60-90 minutes to complete.
Also, Philippi is happy
to announce that Life Line
Screening will work with the
church to provide its members
$10 additional discounts off of
a screening package. Pre-registration is required. Call the special Helping Hands registration
number
(1-800-324-9458)
or visit www.helpinghandsforhealth.com to make an
appointment.
Louis Anderson
Apr. 16, 1941 - Oct. 14, 2013
It has been a year my darling,We were always one and now
Your time on Earth is done, and mine alone has begun.
I hope that I can be strong, and carry on as you asked
Me to do and my love and memories will always be
of you.
I miss you so much, your love and your touch
I can no longer see you or touch you,
But I will always feel you in my heart.
Love Your wife Pat & Family
October 9, 2014 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va.• B5
Hands Across
Middlesex
to hold annual
meeting Oct. 19
Picnicking at Kilmer’s Point
Middlesex County has a strong Richmond connection that goes back generations. Recently,
the Pine Street Baptist Church Women’s Missionary Union of Richmond celebrated its
10th year of coming to the home of Fran Lejan on Kilmer’s Point for its annual picnic
meeting. The ladies have been attending Pine Street Baptist their entire lives and all started
out together in Young Women’s Association (YWAs). Above, from left, are Estelle Lewis,
Maguerite Carlton, Betty Stowell, Virginia Knighton, Beverley Derr, Fran Lejan, Gwen
Donohue, Jean Carter, Peggy Williams, and Norma Mallory. (Photo by Larry Chowning)
obituaries Community yard sale
Madeline Bagby
Madeline Bagby of Jamaica
passed away Tuesday, September 30, 2014. The funeral
service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday, October 11, at Mount
Zion Baptist Church, Church
View. Interment will be in the
church cemetery. The family
will receive friends from 6-8
p.m. Friday at J.K. Redmond
Funeral Home, Shacklefords.
Floyd O. White
Floyd O. White, 82, of
Gloucester, a native of
Deltaville, died Wednesday,
October 1, 2014. He was a U.S.
Army Korean War veteran.
He is survived by his children, Louann Brown, Valerie
Wagner, Darlene McDowell,
Floyd Wayne White, Violet
Stouch, Vanessa Davis and
Lewis Bruce White; a brother,
Ardie White; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren;
and his former wife, Ethel Mae
Hudson.
A funeral service was held October 5 at Bristow-Faulkner Funeral
Home & Cremation Service,
Saluda. Entombment followed at
Windsor Gardens Cemetery and
Mausoleum, Dutton.
set at Lebanon Baptist
Lebanon Baptist Church in
Saluda will have a community
yard sale on Saturday, October
11, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Furniture, casual clothing, Sunday
hats, suits, shoes and many
other items will be available at
cheap prices.
Dinners also will be available for a small donation and
will include fish, chicken, barbeque and beef brisket. Baked
goods will also be onsite.
There will be something for
everyone. A new 40-inch flat
screen television will be given
away to bless someone attend-
Usher’s Annual
set at Mt. Zion
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church
family of Church View will
celebrate their Ushers’ Annual
on Sunday, October 12, at 4
p.m. The musical guests will
be The Soul Consolers of
Gloucester.
Refreshments will be served
following the program. All
ushers are invited to come in
uniform.
Remembering You
On Your Special Day
Ruth Benson Oct. 12th
Junior Benson Oct. 31st
Happy Birthday!!!!
Love, Nellie
‘Rapid Re-Housing’ in
Middlesex to be discussed
Middlesex Partners in Progress will present a program
on “Rapid Re-Housing” at its
meeting on Thursday, October
16, at Saluda Baptist Church.
Beginning at 10 a.m., the meeting is open to the public and all
are invited to attend.
The Rapid Re-Housing program will be presented by
Rebecca Morgan, director of
the Middlesex Department of
Social Services, and Elicia
Franchini, the case manager
for the program. The goal of
Rapid Re-Housing is to quickly
find homes for families facing
the loss of their current home
or for those without adequate
housing.
Rapid Re-Housing provides
numerous mandated services
such as financial and/or mental
health counseling. In addition,
the program can assist with
the first month’s rent, security
deposit, car repair, energy bill,
job/home search, and landlord
payment guarantee.
The overall goal is to allow
families to maintain stable,
permanent housing and to
break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. With the
housing situation stabilized
the focus can shift to education, career, family development, social needs and
nutrition.
Middlesex Partners in Progress welcomes all to attend its
meetings. Its goal is to come
together to share needs and
resources resulting in a better
Middlesex. Meetings include a
program followed by an opportunity for representatives of
the community to share information on upcoming events or
areas of interest.
ing this function.
Representatives from the
Middlesex County Sheriff’s
Department, Middlesex Volunteer Fire Department and the
NAACP will be available to
share information. Persons and
other organizations that would
like to share helpful information to the community are welcome.
Please
contact
Pastor
Sutherlin at (804) 833-5445
if you would like space to sell
your yard sale items or would
like to have your organization
Poker Run for charity
participate. The church is on
Route 17 at 11821 Tidewater
Campers at Bethpage Camp-Resort near Urbanna raised $4,450 for the American Lung
Trail, Saluda.
Association & Mini’s Mission [for Pediatric Cancer]. The group’s 5th Annual Charity Poker
Run was held last Saturday at the campground. The event was sponsored by On-Site RV
Services (Allan Martin, owner) and supported by Bethpage Camp-Resort (Walt Hurley,
Biker’s Blessing
owner). One hundred participants were in the run plus an army of volunteers. This year
slated at Calvary
the event was held in memory of Sandy Hanes of Crozier who passed away from lung
cancer in January.
Calvary Baptist Church
at Christchurch will host its
annual Biker’s Blessing on
Sunday, October 12. The worship service begins at 11 a.m.
“The Anglican Church in 18th-century the topics to be considered are the nature of the
with a cookout/fish fry immeVirginia, 1690-1776” is the latest course to church at the beginning of the 18th century, Anglidiately following.
Bikers from near and far are be presented by the Rappahannock Com- can spirituality throughout that period, the impact
invited to come and share in munity College Educational Foundation’s of the “Great Awakening,” and the standing of
Rappahannock Institute for Lifelong Learn- the established church on the eve of the Revoluthis community event.
ing (RILL) this fall. Rev. Dr. Christopher M. tion. While the main focus of the course will be
Agnew will lead the three sessions on October the Anglican presence in Virginia, other Christian
New Mt. Zion
23 and 30, and November 6 (Thursdays), from traditions will also be noted.
1-3 p.m., at the L.E. Smoot Memorial Library
Rev. Agnew completed a PhD in history in 1979.
to celebrate
in King George.
He has taught history at both secondary and colUsher Anniversary This course will examine the role of religion legiate levels, most recently as adjunct faculty at
in 18th-century Virginia, centering on a study
New Mt. Zion Baptist of John K. Nelson’s work: “A Blessed Com- the Virginia Theological Seminary. Advance regChurch in Gloucester will cel- pany: Parishes, Parsons, and Parishioners in istration, with a tuition payment of $35, is required
ebrate the 104th Usher Minis- Anglican Virginia, 1690-1776.” From the time to take this course. For more information on “The
try Anniversary on Saturday, James Blair was appointed in 1689 as Virgin- Anglican Church in 18th-century Virginia, 1690October 11, at 3 p.m. The Sol- ia’s “commissary” to the eve of the American 1776” and other RILL courses, or to register, call
diers of Vision from Richmond Revolution, the church evolved in response Sharon Drotleff at the RCC Educational Foundawill be special guests. Every- to the distinctive life of the colony. Among tion office (804-333-6707), or email her at [email protected]
one is invited.
When His Hips
and Knees
Wore Out,
He Knew it
Was Time to Act.
Course to examine colonial Anglicans
Emergency Department nurses
are recognized at Walter Reed
Bill Carlton and his
daughter Katherine
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doesn’t help. Find out how orthopedic surgeon David Muron, MD,
helped B
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The board of directors of
Hands Across Middlesex will
hold its annual meeting on
Sunday, October 19, in the
parish hall of Christ Episcopal
Church at 3:30 p.m. The public
is welcome to attend and participate.
The annual meeting will
include the president’s yearly
review and the treasurer’s
yearly summary. Also at this
meeting will be a vote on
revising the bylaws of the
organization that have been
discussed at the two previous
meetings. Other new business
will include a discussion of
the Thanksgiving and Christmas meals program. All board
members are encouraged to
attend this important meeting.
The mission of Hands
Across Middlesex is to reach
out to neighbors in need or
crisis through the operation
of numerous programs. Community input and assistance is
always welcomed. For more
information or to help with our
outreach, call 758-2044.
Make an appointment
today (804) 693-0529.
As an Emergency Department nurse at Riverside Walter
Reed Hospital in Gloucester,
Liza Painter, RN, knows how
to care for and stabilize trauma
patients that come through the
doors. The nurses in Walter
Reed’s Emergency Department
train for those cases. It’s what
the community expects, and
needs, from their hospital – a
place where they can be treated
for anything from snake bites
to car accidents, from heart
attacks to broken bones.
But what most patients don’t
realize they need – unless
they are forced to experience
themselves – are those nurses
uniquely qualified to deal with
very specific cases, from hazardous materials to pediatric
trauma to sexual assault. “We
don’t like to think of things
like sexual assaults happening in our own backyard, but
when they do, we need to be
ready, we need to be patient
advocates,” said Painter, who
earlier this year became certified as a Sexual Assault Nurse
Examiner (SANE) following
rigorous special training to
provide comprehensive, uninterrupted care to sexual assault
survivors, including collecting
forensic evidence.
“Walter Reed,” Painter said,
“may be a small, community
hospital, but that doesn’t stop
the nurses from preparing to
serve patients as if the Middle
Peninsula were the largest city
in the state. We still do the
job—do it well—and serve our
community. We’re emergency
nurses.”
Painter and the more than
25 emergency nurses at Walter
Reed bring an average tenure
of 12 years’ experience to the
Middle Peninsula community.
This week, Walter Reed
joins the nation in celebrating
their work during the annual
Emergency Nurses Week, recognized from October 5 to 11.
Emergency Nurses Day was
Wednesday, October 8.
This year’s theme, “Life
Saving Hands,” recognizes that
emergency nurses play an integral role in emergency departments, providing critical care
when it’s most needed.
On the Middle Peninsula,
the Emergency Department
nurses contribute in and out
of the hospital. Chances are
if you haven’t needed to be in
the Emergency Department for
care, you’ve seen them around
the community, volunteering at
public events and with youth.
But if you haven’t seen them as
frequently as before, it’s likely
because they are busier than
ever.
“There’s definitely a growing need in our community
for emergency care,” said Kim
Harper, RN, Walter Reed’s
Emergency Department director. “Since I arrived two years
ago, we went from seeing about
50 patients a day to about 70.”
That equates to nearly 25,000
emergency patient visits each
year.
Financial peace
class is offered
A “Financial Peace” class
starts Monday, October 13, at 6
p.m. at New Hope Fellowship,
11906 General Puller Highway, Hartfield. The class will
run for nine weeks. Each class
lasts one hour and 30 minutes.
Obtain more information,
register for the class, and get
materials at www.daveramsey.
com. For further details please
leave a message on the church
phone at 804-776-7600.
“. . . Grief healed”
is the topic of this week’s
Christian Science Sentinel Program
Now airing on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Tune in Sunday, October 12 on WKWI Bay 101.7 FM
www.NNChristianScience.org
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Tables
$15/day.
Daily/weekly/
monthly rates. Routes 3/198,
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CERTIFIED HVAC Technician with
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holidays, vacations. 804-435-3118.
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Septic and well permits all ready.
$48,000. 758-9691.(6-13-tf)
74 ACRES FARMLAND located
in Church View. $245,000. FSBO.
804-691-4152. (9-25-3t)
DELTAVILLE: Commercial building,
zoned village community, in high
visibility location. Suitable for retail,
office or professional services.
$150,000. Owner/Agent, 804-8158722. (10-9-13t)
STINGRAY POINT beach cottage
with 3 bedrooms, 1½ baths, sandy
beach, pier. PRICE REDUCED to
$359,000. Rhonda Wells, Rhonda
K. Wells Real Estate, 804-436-4709.
(12-5-tf)
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT: 1st
month $510 move-in special. $565
month with $565 deposit. Topping.
Proof of steady income required. No
pets/smoking. 804-832-9058 after
5p.m. (10-9-4tRR)
HARTFIELD: 4 bedrooms, large
fenced yard, workshop, Internet
included. $1,200 monthly & $1,200
security deposit. 1-year lease. No
smoking. Outside pets okay. Call/
text 804-824-3008.(10-2-4t)
For Sale
*FILL DIRT. $90/load delivered.
30-mile radius from Saluda. 7582800. (3-6-tf)
2007 YAMAHA XT 225 motorcycle.
Dual purpose, only 400 miles. Excellent condition. $1,975. Helmet and
rider apparel also available. Call
804-690-4430. (10-9-2t)
BOX OF SWEET POTATOES, $15.
Call 776-7292, leave message.
(10-2-2t)
Autos/Trucks
1995 MAZDA MIATA. Runs great.
Fr. racing blue. New top, new tires,
custom wheels. Garaged. $2,995
OBO. 804-436-6659. (10-2-2tRR)
Boats/Motors
$400 - 1969 CAL 25 Sailboat. 804832-0334. (9-25-tf)
BUNK BED: Custom built but can be 2006 REGAL 1900 Bowrider. Clean
MOBILE HOME: 2 bedrooms, 2 full PDGHWR¿W\RXUVSDFH6OHHSVEXW and in very good condition. Volvo
engine. Bimini top. Radio. Trailer
TOPPING: 3BR, 1.5BA Doublewide baths, washer & dryer, central air can be made to sleep 2 or made into included. $13,995. To schedule
& addition. Previous rental prop- and heat. $700 month plus deposit. two separate bunks! Great for chil- a viewing call 804-920-8522,
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erty. Lovely lot. Needs TLC. Some 804-370-4237. (8-21-tf)
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furniture conveys. $68,000 “as is”. TOPPING: 3BR, 1BA older house Also could be used for storage in a
‘89 24’ Limestone $24K
Carolyn Bailey, Mason Realty, 804- with garage. $800 month. Nego- garage. $85. Contact 804-516-4753.
(10-2-4t)
‘88 32’ Trojan Sedan $25K
366-2554. (10-9-4t)
tiable. 804-761-1763. (10-2-tfRR)
2000 33’ Rinker $55,000
WAKE: Starter Home, Rental U R B A N N A : 1 b l o c k o f f CHIPPER-SHREDDER, Troy-Bilt, 3”
1976 42’ Post $74,500
capacity.
Used
only
once
and
didn’t
Investment, Getaway. Cute ranch. Rappahannock. 2 bedrooms, 2
1979 53’ Hatteras $150K
need
it.
Excellent
condition.
$50.
2SHQ ÀRRU SODQ %5 %$ QLFH baths, Florida room. Utility room with
REDUCED
deck. Near boat landing. $139,900. W&D. Storage/shop. Fenced yard. 804-758-2985. (10-9-1t)
2001 23’ Sea Fox $10,000
Call Carolyn Bailey, Mason Realty, No smoking. $725 month. 804-690- HUSQVARNA Riding Lawn Mower
‘96 24’ Chaparral $9,995
804-366-2554. (9-25-4t)
‘87 36’ Carver Aft Cab. $29K
GT2254, 22 HP, 52” deck. Lightly
4980.(9-18-tf)
NEW LISTING
used. $250. Call 804-310-7400 for
URBANNA’S 18TH CENTURY information. (10-9-4t)
‘98 25’ Parker IB/OB $22K
For Rent
Gressitt House. Storybook oppor‘97 30’ Bayliner Ciera $20K
tunity @ $1,100 a month. Spacious JOHN M. BARBER prints and artist
‘64/’08 38’ Tiffany $69K
APARTMENT in Urbanna: 2 bed- eat-in kitchen; FR; den; 3 BRs; proofs. Many older scenes from
PLUS MORE!
rooms, in quiet neighborhood. No 2 fireplaces; computer room; 2 1982 to 2010 including 1 unframed
TIFFANY YACHTS
smoking, no pets. $625 month. porches; nice level, partially fenced “Night Crossing” in mint condition.
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Call 804-690-6568. Owner/agent. backyard. Historic ambience. John Offering framed and unframed. All
Call 804-453-3464
(10-9-2t)
in
EXCELLENT
condition,
most
Ryland, Assoc. Broker, Pruden(10-9-1t)
“AS
NEW.”
804-334-7511.
(10-2-3t)
tial Towne Realty, 757-871-1224.
CHICK COVE: Lovely 3-bdrm., (9-18-tf)
J-24FT. 1978 Sailboat, very good
2-bath ranch w/approx. 1,700 sq.ft.
condition. 4hp Yamaha 2010. Full
in water access community. Large WATERFRONT/ REVIS: 3BR,
Yard Sales
sails, Mylar jib, spinnaker. 4ft. draft.
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munity pool, tennis courts and boat refrigerator, dishwasher, washer/
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580-1701. (10-9-2t)
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699-0295.(9-18-4t)
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MARINE SURVEYS. Peter W.
Rappahannock River. Great neigh- 4t)
NEW ITEMS WEEKLY.(10-2-13t)
Schacht Co. 804-824-4102.(2-21-tf)
borhood. Best suited for a mature
MOVING! Garage & in-house sale.
adult couple or single professional.
Commerical Rentals 4-cushion sofa, oak commode,
Animals and smoking prohibited.
Help Wanted
alum. ladder, kitchen & dinnerware
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LLC, one of the leading boat repair
centers in the lower Bay, is seeking
qualified individuals with marine
trade experience in electrical, woodworker/ships carpenter, systems
technician, engine (diesel and gas)
and general boatyard work for its
two yards in Deltaville, VA. Company offers competitive wage rates
(based on skill set). Submit resume/
work experience via email to: Jon
Farinholt [email protected] (10-9-2t)
RECEPTIONIST / OFFICE ASSISTANT: West Point dental office
(24-30 hrs.). Computer knowledge a
must. Experience with dental billing,
collections and insurance preferred.
Send resume to: mnealeddswp@
verizon.net or FAX: 804-843-3030.
(10-2-2t)
RN/LPN: Taking applications for 7A-P
shift and 7P-7A position available
immediately. Also Flex shifts 7P-11P.
CNA: Taking applications for expeULHQFHG &HUWL¿HG 1XUVHV$LGHV IRU
full time 7-3 / 3-11 shifts and also
weekends 3P-11P shifts / 7A-3P
shifts / Part time / PRN.
Please contact Ann Carleton
Gresham, Assist. Admin., Mizpah
Health Care Center, 804-758-5260.
(10-2-4t)
CHESAPEAKE BOAT WORKS
LLC, one of the middle Chesapeake
Bay’s largest boat yard operations,
is seeking a qualified full time
administrator to complete its staff.
QuickBooks experience is a must,
inventory management and data
entry experience preferred. If you
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or Cold Cook desired for full time as member of outstanding interwork opportunity with SAGE Dining disciplinary team. Licensure and
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talented team. Line cook, banquet critical support to the Town Council
and production cooking experi- and Administration ensuring that
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experience. Serious inquiries only.
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Fortune 100 company, is expanding. gov for more details. Closing date
For 169 years, we have worked with October 17.(9-18-4tRR)
our clients to help achieve their
goals. Whether it is estate planning,
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personal planning, retirement planning, or business planning, the wide
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Representatives to access a very references. *Customized Assisdiverse portfolio of offerings to serve tance* Available Mon.-Sat., 8a.m.their clients at the highest levels. 4p.m. I reside in Urbanna and can
We are looking for self-motivated be reached at 631-889-2653, Barand coachable individuals who are bara.(10-9-2t)
interested in a career dedicated to
helping other achieve their goals
Wanted
and dreams while also making their
own dreams come true. Any interested party should send a resume BUYING OLDER CARS, small
to: New York Life, c/o Randy Martin, trucks that run, junk, unwanted cars.
4435 Waterfront Drive, Suite 400, $125 and up, CASH paid. Same day
removal. Vehicles hauled away. Call
Glen Allen, VA 23060.(9-18-4t)
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HOPE IN-HOME CARE has full-time
and part-time cases for CNAs, NAs HAS YOUR RIDING MOWER or
and PCAs. Please apply in person golf cart RETIRED? Lost its get
at 6736 Main St., Gloucester or call up and go? You just want it taken
804-824-9232 on Tuesdays and away free? Just call the Duck and
Thursdays between 9a.m.-4p.m.(9- he will pick it up! 804-776-6951.
(10-9-2t)
25-3tRR)
INSULATION HANGERS & SPRAY
FOAM TECHNICIANS. Pick up
application at Urbanna Builders’
Supply in Saluda. (10-9-2t)
MUSICIAN for Calvary Baptist
Church, Saluda. First, second and
third Sundays. Experience preferred. Contact Rev. Paul Pleasants
at 804-513-9486 or Deacon Tim
Brown at 804-758-9294.(10-9-tf)
Business Services
* AAA AFFORDABLE, detailed
housecleaning. With references.
Call for free estimate, 804-6946822. Reliable. (10-9-13t)
* JOANN’S House Cleaning Service.
Reasonable rates. 804-445-3527.
(8-14-52t)
NEW YORK LIFE, a Fortune 100
company, is expanding. We are
looking for motivated and coachable
individuals to serve as Financial Services Professionals. Our representatives work with clients with regard
to investing, retirement planning,
estate planning and in many other
areas. Interested individuals may
send a resume to: New York Life,
c/o Randy Martin, 4435 Waterfront
Drive, Suite 400, Glen Allen, VA
23060.(9-18-4t)
AFFORDABLE LAWN CARE by
Brandon Putney. Monthly, weekly,
bi-weekly. Power washing, debris
and leaf removal. Mulch and
gravel delivery. Reasonable rates.
Licensed and insured. 804-8321797.(7-24-13t)
NOW HIRING Companions and
PCAs to assist seniors in their home.
Hours available immediately. Please
call 804-767-3707 to schedule an
appointment. (9-18-4t)
COMPUTER PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES: Virus spyware/
removal. Pictures/ data recovered.
Home/ Office network installation, hardware/software upgrades,
repairs. Nothing outsourced. Quick
turnaround. Call: 804-776-0885
Visit: www.deltavillecomputers.com
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B. ROY HENNIGAR, Painting contractor serving Middlesex County for
30 yrs. Interior and exterior painting.
Free estimates. 804-824-4930.
(7-3-52t)
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17; and on the west and northwest
by Rappahannock Avenue, all as
shown on said plat, with improvements thereon.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash. A ten
percent (10%) bidder’s deposit in
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the Trustee(s) shall be required of
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adults, meals, snacks, fenced-in closed; settlement must be made
yard. References. 804-776-9836. within twenty (20) days from the
(8-14-13t)
date of sale or property to be resold
HANDYMAN SERVICE: Home at cost of defaulting purchaser. All
maintenance and repairs; drywall costs of conveyancing, examination
and painting; siding; trim; decks; of title, recording charges, etc. will
VKHGVURR¿QJ0HUOH be at cost of purchaser. Neither the
Substitute Trustees, nor any other
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home dog grooming. Contact Lisa possession of the premises for any
third party purchaser. Additional
at 804-514-2945. (8-21-13t)
terms may be announced at the
LANDSCAPING / LAWNCARE: time of sale.
Four Season Services. Mulch delivCommonwealth Asset
ered, installed. Tree, shrub planting.
Services, LLC
Design. Install. Maintain. Lawn
Sole Acting Substitute Trustees
irrigation installs, repairs. Insured. This communication is from a debt
Free estimates. 804-832-4636. collector. This is an attempt to collect
[email protected]
a debt and any information obtained
(7-24-13t)
will be used for that purpose.
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Notices
NOTICE
ABANDONED VESSEL
Notice is hereby given that the
following vessels have been abandoned for more than 60 days on
the property of: Walden’s Marina,
1224 Timberneck Road, Deltaville,
Virginia 23043, 804-776-9440.
Description of vessels:
1980 43.1’ Emsworth Limited
“NJoy”
USCG Doc. No. 924519
Hull #: DLZD00170987
30’ Penn Yann “Kathy Lynn”
Reg. #: VA 4841TT
Application for Watercraft Registration/Title will be made in accordance
with Section 29.1-733.1 of the Code
of Virginia if these vessels are not
claimed and removed within 30 days
of first publication of this notice.
Please contact the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries
with questions. (10-2-3t)
PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Jay Williams has applied for a permit from
the Marine Resources Commission
to replace 290 linear feet of timber
bulkhead with new, vinyl sheet-pile
bulkhead in the same footprint along
the shoreline of property on Broad
Creek at 419 Riverside Drive in
Middlesex County.
Send comments/inquiries within
15 days to: Marine Resources
Commission, Habitat Management
Division, 2600 Washington Avenue,
3rd Floor, Newport News, Virginia
23607. (10-9-1t)
TRUSTEE`S SALE OF
231 RAPPAHANNOCK AVE
URBANNA, VA 23175
Pursuant to the terms of a certain
Deed of Trust, in the original principal amount of $294,000.00, dated
May 14, 2010, and recorded in the
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of Middlesex, Virginia (the “Clerk’s
Office”), as Instrument Number
100000825, default having been
made in the payment of the note
thereby secured, the undersigned
Sole Acting Substitute Trustees,
pursuant to the request of the
holder of the Note thereby secured,
will offer for sale at public auction
outside of the Middlesex Circuit
Court, located at Routes 17 & 33,
Courthouse, Saluda, VA 23149
on October 16, 2014 at 12:00
30 WKH SURSHUW\ EULHÀ\ GHVFULEHG
as 231 RAPPAHANNOCK AVE,
URBANNA, VA 23175, and more
particularly described in said Deed
of Trust as follows:
Town of Urbanna, Middlesex
County, Virginia, containing 0.4090
acre, and shown as Lot No. 167
on a plat of survey dated March
23, 1977, which is recorded in the
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Virginia in Plat Book “6”, page 41,
Said lot is bounded on the north and
northeast by Lot No. 15; on the east
by Lot No. 10; on the south by Lot
No. 11; on the southwest by Lot No.
Publisher’s Notice
All real estate advertised herein is subject
to Virginia’s fair housing law which makes
it illegal to advertise ‘any preference, limitation or discrimination because of race,
color, religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status or handicap, or intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.’ This newspaper
will not knowingly accept advertising for
real estate that violates the fair housing
law. Our readers are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised in this newspaper
are available on an equal opportunity
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TRUSTEE’S SALE
2287 Wake Road
Wake, VA 23176
In execution of the Deed of Trust
dated March 19, 2002, and recorded
in Book 337, Page 450, of Middlesex
County land records, Trustee Services of Virginia, LLC, the appointed
Substitute Trustee, will offer for
sale at public auction at the front
entrance to the building housing the
Circuit Court of Middlesex County,
Virginia, at Saluda, Virginia on
October 21, 2014 at 1:00 PM the
property more particularly described
in the aforementioned Deed of Trust,
located at the above address and
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ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE OR
PARCEL OF LAND, WITH ALL
IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, ALL
RIGHTS, WAYS EASEMENTS,
PRIVILEGES AND APPURTENANCES THEREUNTO BELONGING, OR IN ANY WAY APPERTAINING SITUATED IN PINETOP MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT, MIDDLESEX
COUNTY, VIRGINIA, LYING ON
THE LEFT HAND SIDE OF STATE
ROUTE #625 AS THE SAME
LEADS FROM WAKE TO WILTON,
AND FRONTING THEREON A
DISTANCE OF 120.29 FEET, AND
CONTAINING 3.4621 ACRES.
FOR A MORE ACCURATE AND
PARTICULAR DESCRIPTION AS
TO THE METES AND BOUNDS OF
THE PROPERTY HEREBY CON-
Notices
VEYED, REFERENCE IS MADE
TO A PLAT OF SURVEY PREPARED BY CHARLES F. DAWSON,
C.L.S., DATED MAY 30, 1978,
RECORDED IN THE CLERK’S
OFFICE OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA, IN PLAT BOOK “6” AT PAGE
99, WHEREON SAID PLAT THE
PROPERTY HEREBY CONVEYED
IS SHOWN AND DESIGNATED AS
PARCEL “B” 3.4621 ACRES. SAID
PROPERTY IS BOUNDED ON THE
NORTH AND WEST BY LAND NOW
FORMERLY OF HENRY E. AND
LOIS E. WOOD; ON THE EAST BY
PARCEL “A”, NOW OR FORMERLY
OF GREGORY D. MCCANDLESS,
AND LOT #3, OTHER PROPERTY
OF HILDA R. COWAN AND ON THE
SOUTH BY STATE ROUTE #625.
Tax No.: 39 11 B
The property and improvements will
be sold in “as is” physical condition
without warranty of any kind.
TERMS OF SALE: A non-refundable bidder’s deposit of $11,000.00
or 10% of the sale price, whichever
is less, by cashier’s or certified
check required at time of sale,
except for the party secured by the
Deed of Trust. Risk of loss is on the
purchaser from date and time of
auction. Balance of the purchase
price must be paid by cashier’s
check within 14 days from sale date.
Except for Virginia Grantor tax, all
settlement costs and expenses are
purchaser’s responsibility. Taxes
are pro-rated to the date of sale.
Purchaser is responsible for obtaining possession of the property. If
purchaser defaults, deposit may
be forfeited and property resold at
the risk and cost of the defaulting
purchaser who shall be liable for any
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all costs, expenses, and attorney’s
fees of both sales. If Trustee does
not convey title for any reason,
purchaser’s sole remedy is return
of deposit without interest. This
sale is subject to post-sale audit of
the status of the loan secured by
the Deed of Trust including but not
limited to determining whether prior
to sale a forbearance, repayment, or
other agreement was entered into,
the loan was reinstated or paid off,
or whether the property became
subject to an automatic stay under
the U.S. Bankruptcy Code prior
to the sale; in any such event this
sale shall be null and void and purchaser’s sole remedy shall be return
of deposit without interest. Pursuant
to the Federal Fair Debt Collections
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collector attempting to collect a debt
and any information obtained will be
used for that purpose.
(14-04157)
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
BROCK & SCOTT, PLLC
(Attorney for TRUSTEE SERVICES OF VIRGINIA, LLC)
44121 Harry Byrd Highway
Suite 245
Ashburn, Virginia 20147
703-840-4260
(10-9, 10-16, 2014)
K&Q SHERIFF’S REPORT
by Danielle M. Cunningham
Public Information Officer
The King and Queen
County Sheriff ’s Office is
investigating an accident
involving two motorcycles
that occurred October 4 in
King and Queen County.
According to the sheriff ’s
office, Jonathan Joyce, 52,
and his wife, Sharon Joyce,
52, both of Gloucester, were
on separate motorcycles traveling west on Route 14, The
Trail, in King and Queen
Court House before noon
when they lost control on a
curve and crashed.
Jonathan Joyce was pronounced dead by emergency
responders a short time after
the crash. Sharon Joyce was
taken by helicopter to MCV
where she is being treated for
non-life threatening injuries.
Both riders were wearing approved safety helmets
at the time of the crash and
investigators do not believe
that drugs, alcohol or excessive speed were contributing
factors in the crash.
Missing items
In another matter, the
sheriff ’s office is asking
the public for assistance in
identifying a subject seen
attempting to sell two chainsaws and a small barbeque
last week.
The subject is described
as a white male, last seen at
Watts Store on Route 360 on
Friday, October 3, attempting
to sell the chainsaws and a
Classified Rates
$6.00 minimum for up to 25 words, one
week; 2 weeks $10.00; 3 weeks $15.00; 4
or more weeks $4.50 each week. Minimum
run for TFN ads, 4 weeks. 25 words or
fewer, 13 successive weeks, $40.00. Ads
with 26 or more words, 24¢ each word.
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highlighted ad, $1.00 per word for bold.
10% Discount for cash with order. No
refunds, no credit. No discount on credit
card sales.
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Tuesdays. To place your ad, call 804758-2328, FAX 804-758-5896, email
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barbeque.
Anyone with information is
asked to contact the sheriff ’s
office at 804-785-7400. The
owner is offering a reward for
the return of merchandise.
School bus violations
Sheriff J. Charboneau
addressed questions that
have been asked concerning
the passing of buses that are
loading and unloading children.
According to the Virginia
Driver’s Manual, “You must
stop for stopped school buses
with flashing red lights and
an extended stop sign when
you approach from any direction on a highway, private
road or school driveway. Stop
and remain stopped until all
persons are clear and the bus
moves again.
“You must also stop if the
bus is loading or unloading
passengers and the signals
are not on.”
“You do not have to stop
if you are traveling in the
opposite direction on a roadway with a median or barrier
dividing the road and the bus
is on the opposite side of the
median or barrier. However,
be prepared for unexpected
actions by persons exiting the
school bus” (pg. 14, Virginia
Driver’s Manual).
Unfortunately,
deputies
have been seeing an increase
in motorists not following
the rules for passing a school
bus. Many of these violations
are occurring on Route 33 in
the Mattaponi area. According to Sheriff Charboneau,
motorists are not stopping
for buses that are stopped on
the opposite side of the highway. In this area, there is no
median or barrier, so motorists must stop for the bus.
Wings & Wheels
to meet Monday
Wings, Wheels & Keels will
hold a meeting to discuss the
2014 event on Monday, October 13, at 7 p.m. at The Pilot
House restaurant in Topping.
“Please bring constructive
comments and ideas to make
next year’s show even better,”
said an event spokesperson.
middlesex kiwanis news
New officers are installed
by Bill Shuman
New officers for the Kiwanis
Club of Middlesex were
installed on September 29 at
Eckhard’s Restaurant. Our new
officers are: president David
Valadez, president-elect Terry
Rogers, vice president James
Shackleford, and treasurers
Elizabeth Faudree and Ray
Kostesky.
Ron McCallum, a member
of our club who recently was
named Lt. Governor for the
12th District, installed the new
officers.
A new board of directors
was also installed. They are
Betty Coulson, Ed Inabinet,
Amy Stamm, Jim Hill and
Dave Cryer. With these new
leaders of our club we all are
looking forward to a successful year. We know what a hard
time we will have just to keep
up with our past year’s success. Greg Chambers was our
outgoing president and we can
all be proud of what we all did
with his leadership.
We celebrate another great
year for Middlesex Kiwanis.
Our sponsored Kiwanis school
clubs (Middlesex High School
Key Club, K-Kids Club at
Middlesex Elementary and
West Point Elementary schools,
and St. Clare Walker Middle
School Builders Club) continue
to grow and teach Kiwanis
service throughout Middlesex
County and beyond.
About 1,350 lives were protected from the ravages of
Maternal Neonatal Tetanus
through our gifts to Kiwanis
International’s Eliminate Program. Children’s hospitals were
aided throughout Kiwanis Capital District by our club’s donations. Also, thanks to the help
and support for club fundraisers
and volunteer efforts we were
able to support local needs such
as: Christmas Friends, YMCA
Bright Beginnings back-toschool program, Middle Peninsula Head-Start/RIF programs,
Hands Across Middlesex,
Wish-A-Fish/MPIP, Backpack
Buddy program, Habitat for
Humanity, and others totaling over $5,000. Last but not
least, our club foundation was
able to provide over $9,000 in
Middlesex school program support, including scholarships to
worthy Middlesex High students.
President David Valadez
spoke on increasing our membership in the coming year and
doing more for our students
and community. Our members
and many guests enjoyed themselves and were treated to a
great dinner.
land deed transfers
The following land deed
transfers were registered in
the office of the Clerk of the
Court of Middlesex County in
the month of September 2014.
The information includes the
grantor, grantee, magisterial
district and amount of consideration involved.
Those listed below involved
a sale price of $50,000 or more.
Irvin Michael Williams to
Pamela T. Jones, land, Saluda,
$232,000.
Pixie A. Hamilton to Jeffrey G. Miscikowski, condominium, Middlesex County,
$322,500.
James M. Shinault to Josh
Gwyn, land, Pinetop, $148,421.
Shirley T. Major to Brian M.
Major, land, Saluda, $120,000.
Christine D. Berry, land,
Pinetop, $140,000.
Daniel J. Hockenberger
to Richard E. Gibson, land,
Jamaica, $50,232.50.
Brenda Morgan to Jeanette T.
Sharp, land, Saluda, $220,000.
Stuart E. Haynes Jr. to
Michael Guthrie, land, Pinetop,
$670,000.
Nancy B. Fisk to Edward
Ford Wilgis, land, Saluda,
$379,000.
Fannie Mae to Bryan K.
Lloyd, land, Jamaica, $172,000.
James M. White III to
Charles J. Banker, condo,
$250,000.
Frederick C. Crosby II to
Beverly K. Wharton Tr., land,
Town of Urbanna, $100,000.
Joseph M. Preston to Stephen J. Duncan, land, Pinetop,
$159,000.
Arthur Wilton to Rudolf
Wijdoogen, land, Pinetop,
Car club plans
last Cruise-In
of the season
The Memory Lane Car Club
will hold its monthly meeting
at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October
12, at the Boys and Girls Club,
517 N. Main St., Kilmarnock.
The meeting will be followed by the last Cruise-In of
the season at 4 p.m.
Anyone with an interest in
collector vehicles is invited to
attend. All types of collector
vehicles are welcome at the
Cruise-In.
For information, call 804435-6171.
$275,000.
Edward E. Hudgins to Susan
L. Knapp Tr., land, Pinetop,
$450,000.
First Community Bank to
James S. Brown, land, Pinetop,
$455,000.
Scot A. Katona Tr. to James
G. Collier, land, Jamaica,
$114,000.
Donald Y. Stewart to Donald
P. Daugherty, land, Pinetop,
$145,500.
Howard J. Stears to John
Brandon Eanes, land, Pinetop,
$151,000.
RREF BB-VA PTI, LLC to
Bridge Marinas LLC, land,
Town of Urbanna, $600,000.
Wittstadt Title & Escrow
Co. to Deutshe Bank National
Trust Co., land, Pinetop,
$225,490.83.
Jimmie A. Norwood to Jay
M. Rovniak, land, Pinetop,
$325,000.
Total county deeds of partition and conveyance: 45.
Commonwealth Antiques
and Appraisals, Inc.
Estate Sale
Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 11th & 12th,
9-4, at the home of Gregory and
Margaret Powell at 2108 Ocran
Road, White Stone
Partial Listing of Items: Two antique farm tables,
ant. watchmaker’s cabinet, ant. Federal mahogany
side table, Victorian walnut armchair, ant. Sheraton
dining table w/ rope legs, 4 Queen Anne-style dining
chairs, barrel table, Duncan Phyfe-style drum table,
Stickley tufted chair & ottoman, ant. slag glass
floor lamp, wood carvings of birds, pr. twin beds, 3
chrome bar stools, round dinette table w/ iron base,
contemporary & antique paintings, pr. Federal-style
armchairs, overstuffed sofa by Hawthorne, ornate
iron trundle bed, ant. pine humpback trunk, fine
& costume jewelry, porch & patio iron furniture,
umbrella & deck chairs, Wild Thing tube, Hayward
automatic in-ground pool cleaner, torcheres, ornate
cheval mirror, chestnut jelly cabinet, ant. rocking
chairs, guitar, copper buckets, “lifeguard” floor lamp,
large library of old & fine books, foosball table,
wicker loveseat, iron patio table, U.S. coins, white
office desk & file cabinet, ant. oak dresser w/ mirror,
oak sideboard w/ mirror, maple tripod scalloped
table, Japanese woodblock print, red leather
barrel chair, Lladro figurine, candlewick, glass &
stemware, linens, kitchen items, decorative Italian
dishes, lg. silverplate tray, yard tools, workbench
and much more! Visit http://www.facebook.com/
YourEstateSaleSource for photos.
Directions: Between White Stone and Kilmarnock
on Route 3, take Ocran Road for two miles. Follow
signs to house on right.
Terms of sale: No prior sales, items sold in “as is”
condition, announcements on day of sale are binding,
all sales final, cash or approved check only.
For further information, call Lisa or Henry Lane
Hull at (804) 580-2922 or (804) 580-3301; email:
[email protected]
or visit www.commonwealthantiques.com
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Mas n Realty, Inc.
Team Urbanna: Ambassadors for Cocktail Class Racing
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BAs.. 3 storage bldgs…
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deep water… mostly
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back yard with screened
gazebo, 2-car garage…
private, double lot… water access… $137,900
Cottage with sun room,
LR… Dock with boat
lift… good views… Great
‘getaway’… $299,000
Urbanna Creek – 3
Deltaville – Mint condi-
Saluda area - New! 3
BRs 2½ ceramic BAs… 9’
ceilings… Rear deck, garage… 1,800 SF+ on 2½
wooded acres… $229,900
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landscaped… $279,000
The weekend of September
27 was very busy for members
of the Urbanna Creek Cocktail Class (UCCC) Team. With
events in Poquoson, Topping,
and Millville, N.J., team members were racing and promoting
the sport they love and hopefully inspiring future racers and
boat builders in the process.
At Wings and Wheels in Topping, Ed Fuehrer displayed his
cocktail class race boat Yellow
Bird, as did Lawrence Fuccella
and youth racer Caroline Fuccella with #101 Brass Monkey.
Fuehrer also brought #666
Pickled Tink owned by Alana
Courtney.
The team spoke with many
event attendees and people
interested in learning about the
new race group that is sparking much interest around the
Northern Neck and Middle
Peninsula.
Meanwhile, teammates Ian
Millington and #1776 The Virginia Gentleman, John Milby
and #91 Old Fashioned and
Morgan Friday and #133 Skittles participated in an exhibition event in Poquoson. While
not a CCWBRA sanctioned
event, the Poquoson demo
offered great exposure for Team
Urbanna and the sport. Millington had a second-place finish.
The main event for the
weekend was the Union
Lake Regatta, a sanctioned
CCWBRA event in Millville,
N.J. There were about 20 boats
and 25 drivers participating in
the different classes. Urbanna
had one racer represented,
2014 national champion Chris
(aka Steve) Riddick in #73 The
Urbanna Oyster Shooter. Riddick participated in two categories and brought home a third
and a second place win.
As the race season is wind- Chris Riddick’s relatives, Hannah and Steve, cheer him on
ing down for the year, Team at the Union Lake Regatta in New Jersey.
Urbanna will also be featured
at the Turkey Shoot Regatta on
October 3 at the Rappahannock
Yacht Club. Some boats will be
displayed and others will race
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in a demo race.
Next up for most of the
Urbanna Team is the 3rd annual
Urbanna Cup scheduled for
May 2015. For more information, visit www.urbannacup.
com.
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Deltaville – 4 acres…
Hardiplank siding, attached garage, plus
detached 2-car garage,
3-bay pole barn… Priced
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Eric Johnson . . . . . 815-8374
Irvin R. Shackelford . .815-8400
Craig Hall. . . . . . . . 815-8494
Jean Darman . . . . . 577-7083
Marvin Mason . . . . 815-8391
Steve Darman . . . . 815-2036
Realtors
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Zani Autry . . . . . . . 512-8350
Bill Kallam . . . . . . . 832-1024
R. D. Johnson II . . . 815-8320
Ann Powell . . . . . . . 338-1773
Walter Lawson, Jr. . 832-9109
Carolyn Bailey . . . . 366-2554
758-5372
Urbanna
Nearly New Town Home w/Bay Views.
Beautifully Decorated, Mostly Furnished 3 Bedrooms,
2.5 Baths, Beach, Marina & Pool.
758-2777
Saluda
776-9295
Deltaville
For access to all listings
in this area search at
www.masonrealty.com
Email news and photos to
[email protected]
Mark Nugent
Sydney Speight
From light in White Stone turn east on Chesapeake Dr.,
this becomes Windmill Point Rd., follow Rt. 695 to end,
take left at The Landing to 6813, sign on property.
kiwanis news
by Bill Shuman
The Kiwanis Club of
Middlesex held its first meeting of our new calendar year on
October 6, and our new president
David Valadez handled it as if he
had been president for years.
Our guest speaker was
Middlesex Emergency Services Coordinator Mark R.
Nugent. Mark comes from the
Chesterfield Fire Department,
and he and his wife April live
on the Piankatank River. He
brought to us many new ideas,
and things that are going to take
place for our own safety here in
Middlesex. Some suggested new
ways to get more volunteers for
the fire and rescue units in the
county. He also is working on a
new radio system for all of our
emergency units, so they can
communicate with each other.
He talked about a new system,
“Ever-bridge,” which is a reverse
911 system. In case of an emergency, like a pending storm or
high water, the citizens will be
notified by phone. More on this
will be forthcoming in the near
future.
He talked for some time on
smoke alarms, and the many
things that we can do to avoid
having a fire in our homes. Cooking is the leading cause of house
fires, so watch what you are
cooking and do not walk away.
Before the cold weather gets
here, he advised us to open our
windows and turn our furnaces
on. If there is an excess of oil
in the burner, it will burn off,
perhaps putting a little smoke in
the house. If you do not do this,
this smoke may happen late one
night when it gets cold and the
furnace kicks on, setting off your
smoke alarm.
Mr. Nugent is going to bring
our emergency systems into the
21st century.
We also gained a new
member, Sydney Speight. She is
an attorney, and has her practice
in Saluda. She is married and her
husband is a golf pro. She will
surely become a club asset. .
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‘DMV 2 Go’ to be in Saluda
Friday; photo IDs offered
“DMV 2 Go” will be at the
Middlesex Courthouse parking lot on Friday, October 10, 9
a.m. to 4 p.m. to provide a host
of driving services.
The handicapped-accessible
full service office-on-wheels is
equipped to process all DMV
transactions including:
• Apply for or renew ID
cards, for adults and children.
• Apply for or renew your
driver’s license, take road and
knowledge tests; get your picture ID taken.
• Reinstate driving privileges.
• Apply for a Veteran ID card.
• Obtain vehicle titles,
license plates, decals, transcripts.
• Order disabled parking
placards or plates.
• Apply for Virginia birth
certificates
• Request a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to
set up a myDMV account to
receive DMV notices via email
or phone, and conduct secure
transactions on the DMV
website.
• Obtain an “E-ZPass OnThe-Go” transponder. Search
for other state services through
a wireless Virginia Internet
portal.
• Those who have moved
recently can update their
address for DMV records, and
voter registration address and
organ donor status.
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REAL ESTATE INC.
KING WILLIAM
This could be a wonderful GENTLEMEN'S farm
76.6 ACRES with a 60x40 steel building in place,
concrete floors, large overhead side entry door
to store your equipment which certain pieces
CONVEY. Some open land along with pines and
hardwood close to stream on rear. This is a great area
for wildlife, food plots in place. Fruit Trees. $269,900
URBANNA
Home is very livable but does need updating. FP
in LR ,some windows have been replaced. Walk to
all amenities in town, pool, playground area and
the town waterfront park is a few blocks away.
Wonderful one floor living home, den off of LR and
kitchen. Fig trees and magnolia tree. Tool shed
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Fred Burke and Melissa Burke (above), jewelers at Burke’s
Fine Jewelers in Kilmarnock, were among 150 jewelers
from around the U.S. and Canada who attended the recent
Bench Jeweler Workshop at Stuller Headquarters in Lafayette, Louisiana. They attended classes on diamond grading,
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Melissa and I had the opportunity to network with other
industry professionals. We have a lot of great new ideas to
implement at Burke’s,” said Fred Burke, jeweler at Burke’s
Fine Jewelers for 36 years.
Unwanted household chemicals and
electronics to be collected by VPPSA
At Hartfield
Firehouse
on October 18
Residents and property owners
of Essex, King and Queen,
King William, Mathews and
Middlesex counties will have an
opportunity on Saturday, October
18, to clean out their kitchen and
bath cabinets, sheds, garages and
attics. Household chemicals will
be accepted at a collection event
to be held at the Hartfield Volunteer Fire Department at 3309
Twiggs Ferry Road in Hartfield
from 8 a.m.-noon.
The collection event, sponsored by Essex, King and Queen,
King William, Mathews and
Middlesex counties and the Virginia Peninsulas Public Service
Authority (VPPSA), will provide an outlet for materials not
accepted at transfer stations or
convenience centers. The collection event is open to all residents
and property owners of Essex,
King and Queen, King William,
Mathews and Middlesex counties at no cost. Proof of residency
or property ownership will be
required.
Household chemicals to be
accepted include household
maintenance products (paints,
stains and solvents), automotive
products (old gasoline and other
fuels, gas and oil mixtures, brake
fluid, hydraulic fluid, engine
cleaners, solvents and lubricants)
lawn and garden products (insecticides, pesticides, weed killers
and fertilizers) household cleaning products (drain cleaners,
oven cleaners, bleaches and other
cleaning products) and miscellaneous items such as charcoal
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fluids, pool chemicals and fluorescent light bulbs, including
compact fluorescent light bulbs.
Computers and electronics
to be accepted include all computers and accessories (CPUs,
monitors, keyboards, printers, scanners and laptops) telephones, DVD or VCR players,
cameras, video games and consoles, Ipods or MP3 players and
miscellaneous household electronics. With the exception of
televisions, any item that plugs
into an electrical outlet or uses
rechargeable batteries and is
smaller than a microwave oven
will be accepted.
Televisions will not be
accepted at the collection event.
All cell phones received will
be donated to support our troops
through the “Cell Phones for Soldiers” program.
Due to federal regulations,
materials cannot be accepted
from any business, farm or commercial establishment.
The collection event will end
at noon sharp. Workers need
to properly package and label
everything that is received and
will not be able to extend the
time for accepting materials.
VPPSA (1-757-259-9850) can
answer questions about the collection event.
Extension
agents honored
On September 3, the Virginia
Department of Agriculture and
Consumer Services (VDACS)
Office of Pesticide Services
recognized several area Extension agents for their outstanding performance in 2013.
The Middle Peninsula Private Pesticide Applicator
Recertification project received
first place honors in Pesticide
Safety Education. Extension
agents honored were David M.
Moore of Middlesex, Laura
M. Maxey of Hanover, John B.
Allison of Charles City and T.
Keith Balderson of Essex.
The award recognized a team
of agents who came together to
identify the training needs of
the growers in their community
and tailored a meeting to meet
that need.
These ads reach over a million Virginia readers for
only $300. Ask this newspaper for more information.
AUCTIONS
Real Estate Auction. October
24, 1 PM. Franklin County, VA.
42.45+/- ac. in rapidly developing
area near Smith Mountain Lake.
1,137+/- ft. road frontage. Great
visibility. Located on Rt. 122,
adjacent to Grand Home Furnishings and across from Westlake
Towne Center and the Booker T
Washington National Monument.
Average VPD: 9,400. Zoning
B-2. Public water & sewer available. Minimum bid: $1,900,000.
Previews: Fridays, Oct. 10 & 17,
1 – 3 PM. Call Jonna McGraw
(VA#2434), Woltz & Associates,
Inc., Brokers & Auctioneers
(VA#321), Roanoke, VA, 800551-3588, or visit www.woltz.
com.
Auction: Home and Shop on
11.47 Acres. Reserve Only
$180,000. 2980 Morris Mill Road
Staunton, VA 24401. Date: October 16 at 6:00 p.m. Visit CottonwoodAuctions.com or call (540)
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