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Urbanna, Virginia 23175 • May 1, 2014
Vol. 120, No. 5
B Section
MHS varsity soccer team wins conference opener
Middlesex’s Bobby Nazrini (left) battles a Mathews player for control of
the ball in the varsity Chargers’ 5-3 Conference 42 win at Mathews on
Monday. In the background is Middlesex’s Jacob Beebe.
(Photo by Tom Chillemi)
Lady Chargers improve
to 2-0 in conference play
by Tom Chillemi
The Middlesex Lady Chargers
scored 9 runs in the first inning at
Charles City en route to a 19-3 Conference 42 varsity softball win on
April 22.
Lady Charger Kaitlyn Weber hurled
a one-hitter and struck out 9.
At the plate, Avis Keeling was 3 for
3 with a homer and 5 runs; Austen
Taylor Dozier was 3 for 4 with 4 runs;
Quinlan Moore had a single, triple
and a homer in 4 at-bats and scored 3
runs; Weber was 3 for 4 with 2 singles,
a double and a run; Rachael Howard
doubled; Oliva Major singled; Abigail
Foster scored 3 runs; Tambria Wake
scored 2 runs; and Shelby Lewter
scored once.
“Everyone played and everyone got
on base,” said Lady Charger coach
Wade Traynham. “Everyone hit well,
and we need to keep that focus for the
tough games on the horizon.”
The Lady Chargers (2-0, 4-3) have
a trio of Conference 42 road games
this week. They play at Mathews on
Friday, May 2, at 7 p.m.; are at West
Point on Tuesday, May 6, at 5 p.m.;
and are at Charles City on Thursday,
May 8, at 5 p.m.
The Middlesex High varsity soccer
team began Conference 42 play with
an exciting 5-3 win over Mathews
High School in double overtime
Monday evening.
The 2014 varsity Chargers are
comprised of 11 newcomers and 8
returning players, including captains
Eder Sosa, Hughes Nelson, Devante
Robertson and Zebulon Burrell.
The Chargers displayed outstanding teamwork and hustle to come
away victorious despite rainy conditions against the Blue Devils.
During regulation play, Burrell
scored on an assist from sophomore
Enrique Gonzales to give Middlesex
a 1-0 lead.
Mathews retaliated with a goal on
a free kick.
Gonzales put the Chargers ahead
for a second time with a penalty
shot. However, the Blue Devils tied
the score 2-2 before the half.
Midway through the second half,
the Chargers again took the lead as
visiting foreign exchange student
Miguel Rodriguez took advantage of
a loose ball and put it in the back of
the net. Mathews tied the game 3-3
on a cross from the right side of the
field to force overtime.
The first overtime expired with the
game still tied. During the second
overtime, the Chargers came out
ready to claim the victory. Burrell
scored for a second time on an assist
from Sosa for a 4-3 lead off an assist
from Gonzalez. Charger freshman
Wayne Taylor then netted a tremendous shot from outside the 18 yard
line for a 5-3 lead and the victory.
“The win was truly an entire team
effort with outstanding play by
everyone, including veteran goalkeeper Zachary Halstead,” said Charger coach Rufus Ruark.
This victory comes after the varsity Chargers tallied 1 win, 4 losses
and 1 tie in non-district play earlier
in the month of April.
Upcoming matches
The MHS JV and varsity soccer
teams were scheduled to play Conference 42 matches at West Point on
Wednesday, April 30, and at King
William on Friday, May 2, and again
on Wednesday, May 7.
The JVs play at 5:30 p.m. and
are followed by varsity games at 7
p.m. All MHS JV and varsity soccer
games are being played away due
to ongoing construction at the Syd
Thrift Athletic Complex at MHS.
The team invites the community to
come out and support its efforts, said
Ruark.
Harrow leads MHS girls to track victory
by Larry Chowning
The Middlesex High School girls
track team won a tri-meet against
Charles City and Rappahannock
on April 24 on the Lady Panthers’
home track. MHS had 50 points;
Rappahannock 38; and Charles City
35.
The Lady Chargers were paced by
double-winner Leigh Harrow, who
won the 400 meters (1:15.22) and the
1600 meters (6:00.13), and Brittin
Payne who won the shot put (31’2”).
Middlesex also won the 4x400
meter relay (5:53.95), and also a new
event introduced this year, the 4x800
meter relay (14:26.86). Members of
the winning 4x400 relay team were
Molly Brown, Andri Rowe, Tessa
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5-3 win over Mathews on Monday.
(Photo by Tom Chillemi)
Robinson, Ellis, Wake
pace MHS trackmen
by Larry Chowning
The Middlesex High School boys
track team defeated Charles City and
Rappahannock on April 24 at the Panthers’ home track. MHS had 86 points,
Charles City 54, and Rappahannock
12.
The Chargers were paced by a triple
first place winner and two double first
place winners. The triple winner was
Gregory Robinson in the 110-meter
high hurdles (18:55), 300-meter intermediate hurdles (48.92), and tied for
first in the high jump (5’8”).
The double winners were Ridge
Ellis in the 400 meters (55.33) and
1600 meters (4:51.39), and Kaleb
Wake in the shot put (38’8”) and
discus (128’2”).
Other first place finishers were
Robert Lemon, long jump (19’);
Kevin Marshall, 3200 meters
(16:27.39); Jacob Self, 800 meters
(2:27.10); 4x400 meter relay team
comprised of Audain Tarik, Robinson, Lemon and Self (4:11.81); and
the 4x800 meter relay team of Tarik,
Self, Tanner Johannsen and Simon
Urban (9:39.46).
Others to place were Robert
Drewry, 100 meters, second (12.33);
Brad Gills, 200 meters, third (26.06);
Audain, 400 meters, third (58.30);
Lemon, 400 meters, fourth (1:01.25);
and Urban, 800 meters, second
(2:36.91).
Also, Middlesex’s 4x100 meter
relay team of Drewry, Dracy Greenwood, Gills and Jalon Morris (48.21)
was second; Ellis, long jump, fourth
(17’10”); Lemon, triple jump, second
(38’11”); Robinson, triple jump,
third (35’9”; Self, triple jump, fourth
(33’10”); and Steven Skelton, shot
put, second (37’).
The Chargers will travel to
Northumberland High School on
Thursday, May 8, to take on the Indians at 4:30 p.m.
Dewalt and Elena Witzemann. Members of the winning 4x800 relay team
were Dewalt, Madison Thomas, Andri
Rowe and Witzemann.
Others to place in the meet were
Zinnie Reed, third in the shot put (27’)
and second in the discus (71’4”);
Peyton Howder, third,100 meters
(See Track, page B2)
Little League honors McMurtrie
Craig Revere (left), the president of the Middlesex County Little League,
presented Jerry McMurtrie (center) of Deltaville with a plaque at
opening ceremonies Friday night for being a founding member of the
Middlesex County Sports Complex Committee. The Little League practices and plays all its home games at the Sports Complex in Locust Hill.
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grandson, MacLean Thomas (right). Rain, however, delayed the opening
games until Saturday. Little League coaches should email game scores
and highlights to [email protected] by noon on Tuesdays to be
included in that week’s Little League Report. (Photo by Larry Chowning)
Blakley-Kiku win doubles match
Christchurch girls lacrosse team
Members of the 2014 Christchurch School girls lacrosse team include, kneeling from left, manager Jack
Zhu, Sydney Pitts, Abby Blankenship, Eva Jasinski, Libby Nashwinter and manager William Yang; standing, head coach Sara Forbes, Kedron Walsh, Grace Maguire, Erin Maloney, Caitlyn Blankenship, Savannah Taylor, Annie Hodgkins and coach Kyle Miner.
The Middlesex High School tennis
team lost to Essex 8-1 on April 23.
The doubles team of Amberly Blakley and Marry Kiku won their doubles match 8-5 for the Lady Chargers.
In singles action, Tamara Cook
lost 8-5; Kiku, lost 9-7; Lily Poulson,
lost 8-3; Blakely lost 8-6; Sarah Tate
lost 8-1; and Kiera Petter lost 8-0. In
doubles play, Cook and Poulson lost
8-2, and Bryana Rios and Tate lost
8-1.
The Lady Chargers will travel to
West Point on Monday, May 5.
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Signup continues for May 16
Jacob’s Ladder Golf Classic
MHS dodgeball champions
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on April 12 in the MHS gymnasium. The winning team consisted of, from left, Marshall Shermer, Justin Mott, Robert
Drewry, Devante Robertson, Brett Carter, Enrique Gonzalez, Kaleb Wake and Emilie Smith. The tournament was
sponsored by the MHS Student Government Association.
Registration is under way for
Deltaville 5K & Kids Fun Run
Registration
for
the
Deltaville 5K & Kids Fun Run
2014 is now open at www.
DVLRace.com. The public is
invited to join fellow runners
and walkers of all ages on Saturday, July 5, for another exciting event.
This year’s race pays tribute to what makes Deltaville
great—offering a gateway to
the Chesapeake Bay for business and pleasure. See the
website for a sneak-peak of
The 21st Annual Jacob’s
Ladder Golf Classic will be
held on Friday, May 16, at
Golden Eagle Golf Course,
Tides Inn, Irvington. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m.,
contests at 11 a.m., and shotgun
start at noon.
This event is an important
fundraiser for Jacob’s Ladder.
This program, created in 1991,
is specifically for gifted children who have extraordinary
ability to excel academically
but who come from situations
that make reaching their potential difficult.
The format of the tournament
is four-person teams, preferred
drive, play own ball thereafter—two best scores! Lunch,
celebration supper, and awards
add to the pleasure of playing
this well-known course.
Registration may be done on
line at www.jladder.org with
payment of $150 per person
being mailed. Jacob’s Ladder
accepts checks and credit cards.
Additional information is available at 1-800-368-2870 or 804758-0712.
All net proceeds from this
golf classic go toward the cost
of Jacob Ladder participants’
room and board during the
four-week residential enrichment camp held at St. Margaret’s School in Tappahannock.
The students, known as
“Climbers,” enter the program
in their 4th or 5th grade year
and remain through 8th grade.
While the summer camp is
a major part of the program,
contact with and support
to these students continues
during the rest of each calendar year until they graduate
from high school. More than
93% of graduates of the program go to college.
Jacob’s Ladder is a 501(c)(3)
organization.
Above, members of the Middlesex YMCA Volleyball
Championship team are Cody Hunter, coach/player Jennifer Harrow, Tina Reese, Jessica Morris and Brandon
Putney. YMCA adult soccer will begin May 14. Register
now for fun competition.
ymca volleyball
Over the past nine weeks, on
Monday and Wednesday evenings, 11 coed adult volleyball
teams battled it out for bragging rights of being the 2014
Y Volleyball Champions. On
April 23, the top four teams in
the league entered a mini, onenight tournament with the winners of the first two matches
going head-to-head in the third
match of the evening for the
crown.
In the first match of the evening, Jennifer Harrow’s team
went against Dale Hudgins’
team from Mathews County.
Dale’s team played very well
and has been the most improved
team in the league for the
season but Jennifer’s team
played outstanding and pulled
off the victory sending them to
the championship.
In the second semifinal
this year’s theme.
For the fourth year, registration fees remain at $25 for
the 5K and $10 for the Kids
Fun Run. After July 2, prices
increase by $5.
All participants will receive
a commemorative t-shirt and
medal. Prize medals for top
male, female, overall, and by
age group will be awarded.
For race details, including
sponsorship and volunteering,
visit www.DVLRace.com.
match, KJ Bassett’s team
played against Whit Walden’s
team. Whit’s team went undefeated for most of the season
but failed to defeat KJ’s team of
young guns.
A great championship match
of KJ’s team versus Jennifer’s
team ensued. KJ’s team came
out strong winning the first
two games in a three out of five
series. One more win and KJ’s
team would walk away with the
title, but Jennifer’s team members put on their game faces
and came out ready to play in
the third game. They won the
next two games which sent
the match into a fifth game tie
break. Going point for point
the entire match, emotions ran
high and the competition was
awesome. In the end, Jennifer’s
team won by a two-point margin
to take home the victory.
Signup for Middlesex Colts
youth football begins Saturday
Christchurch to host girls
lacrosse clinic for grades 6-8
Judging by his smile, a proud grandfather and his granddaughter were among 160 participants in the Annual Family
Shooting Camp on April 12 at the Middlesex Sportsmen’s
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Football Association registration
are invited to a lacrosse clinic Cameron Dining Hall.
dates are scheduled for four Saton the Christchurch School
For information or to regurdays, May 3, 10, and 31, and
campus, hosted by the school’s ister,
email
rschroeder@
June 7. Registration will be held
girls lacrosse coaches and var- christchurchschool.org or call
at the Middlesex Sports Comsity players. The clinic will be 804-758-2306, ext. 133. All
plex behind St. Clare Walker
from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, levels of experience are welMiddle School in Locust Hill
May 10. The $25 registration comed.
Over 160 grandparents, like it are the significant
parents and their children reason for declining numbers
from eight Virginia coun- of accidents with firearms in
A world of service ties attended the 15th Annual America,” said camp direcfor your car & you. Family Shooting Camp at tor Macey White. “The camp
Middlesex Sportsmen’s Hunt provides opportunities to meet
Club (MSHC) held at its shoot- the increased interest by gun
Auto/Marine machine
ing range in Hartfield on April owners in the fun of organized
shop on premises
12.
shooting sports.
Under the direct supervi“Our goal is for children to
sion of NRA-certified firearms learn to respect what firearms
Follow Rt. 3 to Rt. 200 in White Stone
instructors, each family group can do, that they must report
Call 804-435-6660
spent about three hours moving to an adult any time they find
through the five sections of the a firearm lying around unatOpen Monday thru Friday 7:30-5:30
training program. Beginning tended and that they may only
& Drop off Saturday 7:30-10:00
with firearm safety, partici- handle or use firearms under
pants were taught procedures the direct supervision of an
for safe handling, storage, use adult,” said White, camp direcand safety on the range firing tor. “This Family Camp proline. Students progressed to vides a great opportunity to
actual firing of rifles, pistols, teach these children in a safe,
shotguns and muzzleload- comfortable, fun atmosphere
Middlesex High School
ers. All firearms, safety glasses, with family members present.”
ear protection, ammunition
MSHC sponsors additional
Featured Athletes of the Week
Sponsored by
and targets were provided by educational activities for new
the club.
shooters including 4-H club
Bill Hudgins
The camp’s mission is to shoots and National Rifle
educate young shooters and Association events that protheir families in firearm safety mote safe handling of fireTrack & Field
while supervising their par- arms. Further information
ticipation in various shooting can be obtained by contacting
sports such as skeet, trap, and club president Bob Sherrill at
sporting clays for shotguns, [email protected].
and target shooting with pistols, rifles and muzzleloaders.
Through every step, students
More sports on
are taught about the safe hanpage B10
dling of firearms on the range,
in the home, and while huntKevin Marshall
Tessa Dewalt
ing. Students have fun while
learning about firearm safety,
which makes attending the
camp a must for any family
with firearms in the home.
“This program and others
Annual Family Shooting
Camp is well-attended
from 9 a.m.-2 p.m each Saturday.
This year the Colts have
moved to the Metropolitan Youth
Football League. As a result of
the move, there have been some
changes.
(See Colts, page B10)
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(15.53); Quasha Parrish, fourth,
100 meters (15.74); and Rowe,
third, 200 meters (36.39).
Middlesex swept the 400
meters as Harrow was first,
Brown
second
(1:21.30),
Thomas third (1:25.21), and
Audalynn Santiago fourth
(1:32.66).
The Lady Chargers also
swept the 1600 meters with
Harrow
winning,
Brown
second (7:19.04); Witzemann
third (7:35.34); and Dewalt
fourth (7:20.24). MHS was
second in the 4x100 meter
relay (5:53.85). The runners
were Howder, Kausha Parrish, Tashya Morris and Sylvia
Monroe.
The Lady Chargers will
travel to Northumberland on
Thursday, May 8, to take on the
Lady Indians at 4:30 p.m.
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school
Christchurch to present
Spanish Music Festival
A variety of Spanish food
selections will be offered, and
CCS students and local talent
will provide the music, along
with Spanish music playlists
created by students. Admission for the event will be $8 at
entry, $5 for students, and free
to all moms, with all proceeds
to benefit the Christchurch
School Foreign Language
Department. For more information about the festival, con- RCC’s Alpha Lambda Omicron Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society inducted the new student
tact Brook Davis at bdavis@ members above at the Glenns Campus on April 22.
christchurchschool.org
or
971-678-7193.
Academic honor society adds new members at RCC
Edwards earns VaTech diploma
Richard “Andy” Edwards
of Saluda received a bachelor
of science degree in natural resources conservation
from the College of Natural
Resources and Environment at
Virginia Tech at the university’s
fall commencement ceremony
on December 20 in Cassell
Coliseum.
NURSE AIDE
TRAINING COURSE
Lancashire Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center
in Kilmarnock VA is offering state-certified nurse aid
training program beginning Tuesday, June 3, 2014.
This four week, Monday-Friday day shift program is
designed to prepare students for the Certified Nurse
Aide (C.N.A.) Licensing exam and a rewarding
future in nursing with employment opportunities
available at Lancashire Convalescent and Rehabilitation Center in Kilmarnock, VA.
Payment plans are available.
Hurry, class size is limited!
Contact Brandy Cornette
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Now scheduling observations and accepting
applications for fall 2014 enrollment.
by faculty advisors Amie Schaumberg and Matthew Brent
were: Andrea Gayle, Caroline County; Josephus Sotomayor, Essex County; Drew
Anderson, John Forehand
Jr., Shelby Gwartney, Diona
Ormon, Christine Riddett, Tara
Sinischo, Taylor Slozak and
Amy Troxel, all of Gloucester
County; Alexis Lassiter, James
City County; Sarah Garner and
Monisha Holmes, both of King
and Queen County; Taylor
Courtney and Tara PadovanHickman, both of King George
County; Amber Brooks, Leigh
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Cassandra Gower, Elease Loranger,
Booster Club
scholarship
available
Applications
are
now
being accepted for the 2014
Middlesex Athletic Booster
Club Scholarship and are due
no later than May 15. Those eligible to apply are seniors who
will graduate from Middlesex
High School in June 2014
and have played sports at the
high school level or have been
involved with the sports at the
high school.
Application forms may be
obtained at the Middlesex High
School guidance counselor’s
office. Call Jeannie Bristow at
RCC winner
758-3641 or 694-7055 for further information.
Extra energy from participants offset the chilly
weather at Rappahannock
Community
College’s
annual Spring Flings (April
9, Glenns Campus; April
16, Warsaw Campus). RCC
students and staff enjoyed
Ware Academy will host its music, volleyball, bungee
12th Annual Ware Academy races, corn-hole tosses, a
Golf Tournament Monday, talent contest at the Glenns
June 9, at Indian Creek event, and lots of good food.
Yacht & Country Club in In the talent contest, Davina
Kilmarnock. Call 693-3825 Peters (above) of Middlesex
for details.
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Portia Robinson, Sarah Sheffield and Adria Webb, all of
King William County; Ronald
Cutler, Sonja Dickerson, Jessica Fearing, Kendall Rosalia, Kenneth Savko and Laura
Smith, all of Lancaster County;
Anna Hudgins, Nathan Mayo,
Shelby Miles and Samantha
Rutter, all of Mathews County;
Rachel Crews, Laura Episcopo, Holly Oliver, Terri Williams and Katie Willis, all of
Middlesex County; Jennifer
Berryman, James Giffin and
Halie Maass, all of New Kent
County; Jennifer Brewer, Jonathan Gall and Sarah Haynie, all
of Northumberland County;
Jessica Bronner, Amanda
Fallin, Emily Gay, Abigail
Goszka, Jennifer Houchin
and David Keatts Jr., all of
Richmond County; and Alexander Baughan, Rebecca
Brown, McKenzie Conway,
Kadera Lyburn, Breisha Smith
and Shanetra Weldon, all of
Westmoreland County.
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higher education, with over 2
million members, and more
than 1,200 chapters located in
all 50 states, the United States
territories, Canada, Germany,
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the Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society inducted
55 new student members. The
featured speaker at the event
was Dr. Karen Newtzie, who
recently retired from RCC’s
full-time faculty, but still
teaches as an adjunct faculty
member.
In order to be invited to
join Phi Theta Kappa, which
is the official honor society
for two-year colleges worldwide, students must maintain
a grade-point average of 3.5 or
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On Sunday, May 11, at
2 p.m., students from the
Christchurch School Honors
Spanish Music Class will
offer a celebration of Spanish culture, featuring Spanish
music, food, fun and games at
the school’s waterfront at 49
Seahorse Lane, Christchurch.
This student-led Spanish
Music Festival encourages and
welcomes guests of all ages,
and on this Mother’s Day afternoon, festivities will honor
all moms and grandmothers
with free entry to the event.
Governor’s School
plans golf event
in memory of
Randy Brown
The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School (CBGS) Education Foundation is sponsoring
a golf tournament on Saturday, May 31, at Hobbs Hole
Golf Course in Tappahannock
in memory of mathematics
teacher Randy Brown.
Brown was the embodiment of excellence in education for the Middle Peninsula
and Northern Neck for 40
years. As a teacher of mathematics, Brown taught with a
no-nonsense rigor that challenged students to rise to their
personal best and become truly
educated.
Registration for the tournament begins at 8 a.m. with and
a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The
format is a four-man scramble
with other challenges available
throughout the morning. Following the golf tournament,
players will have a barbecue
lunch, which is available to
non-golfers for $15.
Information about the golf
tournament is available on the
foundation website at www.
cbgsfoundation.com, or can be
obtained by calling the school
at 758-6788.
The registration fee is $75
per golfer and all donations are
tax-deductible.
Middlesex
Elementary
School in Locust Hill will
hold kindergarten registration on Thursday and Friday,
May 1-2, from 9 a.m.-3:30
p.m. Parents/guardians of children who will be 5 years old
by September 30, 2014 should
come and bring their child’s
original birth certificate (photo
copies will not be accepted),
immunization record, proof
of residency (lease, deed, or
mortgage agreement and current utility bill), and any other
pertinent information.
All students entering school
will need to have a school
entrance physical examination
prior to the first day of school.
Parents may bring this to registration, or it may be dropped
off at the school during the
summer. Students without all
of the necessary information
will not be permitted to start
school until it has been submitted. Please call Middlesex Elementary at 758-2496 for more
information.
B4 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • May 1, 2014
church
Rev. Eric Robinson to
Escobrook
lead revival at Spring Hill to celebrate
The pastor of Spring Hill
anniversary
Baptist Church, Dr. Chuck
Christchurch students to present concert
On Saturday, May 10, at 8 p.m. the Christchurch School Cantorion, Chapel Choir, soloists, instrumentalists, and organist Tedd Roseberry will perform in the Candlelight Concert
Series at Bruton Parish Episcopal Church (above) in Colonial Williamsburg. The concert,
under the direction of Christchurch School Fine & Performing Arts Chair Mark Parsons, is
free and open to the public. Parking is permitted on Duke of Gloucester Street during the
concert.
(Photo by Ron Cogswell)
McDaniel, invites the public
to revival services on Sunday,
May 4, through Wednesday,
May 7. Services will start at
the 11 a.m. worship hour and
will be held at 7:30 p.m. each
night through May 7 with special music by local talent and
the Spring Hill Choir. A nursery will be provided.
The guest evangelist will be
Rev. Eric Robinson, pastor of
Ebenezer Baptist Church. Rev.
Robinson is the son of Raymond and Helen Robinson of
Cobbs Creek. He was educated
in the Mathews County Public
School System. He furthered
his education at Virginia State
University with a degree in
Industrial Technology in 1983.
Pastor Robinson received his
Christian education at Ebenezer Baptist Church as a young
boy. He was later ordained as
a deacon by the late Rev. D.C.
Rice, and was later called
into the ministry in 1984 and
licensed in 1985 by Ebenezer
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Rev. Robinson
Baptist Church.
He was called to pastor
Gleaning Baptist Church in
Harcum in 1990 where he
started several ministries. He
served as moderator of the
Gloucester Union Relief Association, first-vice moderator of
Gloucester-Mathews Baptist
Association, and treasurer of
the Gloucester Ministers Association. He was called home to
be pastor of Ebenezer Baptist
Church in 1994 where he is
currently the pastor.
Pastor Robinson is the chief
engineer at Haabtec Inc. in
King and Queen County. He
now serves on the Mathews
County Public Schools Advisory Board and YMCA Board.
He is married to Melvina Robinson and they have three children, Nicole (27), Eric II (25)
and Mariah (16).
Escobrook Baptist Church
at Mascot will observe its
174th Church Anniversary on
Sunday, May 4, at 11 a.m. Rev.
Arthur Roane will deliver the
morning worship.
Dinner will be served following the morning service.
The afternoon service will
begin at 2:30 p.m. Rev. Edgar
T. Rawles Jr., pastor of Zion
Baptist Church, King and
Queen County, will be the guest
speaker. His choir, ushers, and
congregation will join him.
Faith Builders
to celebrate
Faith
Builders
Baptist
Church in Syringa will celebrate its first anniversary on
Sunday, May 4, at 4 p.m.
The guest speaker for the
celebration will be Pastor Paul
Pleasants of Calvary Baptist
Church, Christchurch. The
Unity Music Ministry of Caroline County will render the
music. The celebration will
be held at Freeshade Community Center, 1544 Regent Rd.,
Syringa.
The public is invited to
attend. The pastor of Faith
Builders is Sheldon K. Pleasant. Janel A. Pleasant is the
co-pastor.
Ordination service set for
deacon-elect James Segar
Rev. Dr. Carla E. Lightfoot
and the Angel Visit Baptist
Church family are pleased to
announce the Deacon Ordination Service of deacon-elect
James G. Segar on Sunday,
May 4, at 4 p.m. in the church
at 29566 Tidewater Trail in
Dunnsville.
Rev. Earl T. Howerton, pastor
of Little Zion Baptist Church,
Oak Grove, will deliver the
ordination sermon. He will be
accompanied by the Little Zion
Baptist Church choir, officers,
and congregation.
“Deacon-elect Segar has
accepted the call to serve God’s
people through the Deacons’
Ministry of the church,” said a
church spokesperson. “A longstanding member of Angel
Visit for more than 60 years, he
has also served as a trustee for
more than 35 years. His roots
at Angel Visit run deep; his
great-great-grandfather, Rev.
Washington Holmes, was the
founding pastor of the church
in 1866.”
The public is cordially
invited to share in this worship experience. For further
information, contact Patricia J.
Holmes, church clerk, at 804443-9390.
Zion Hill plans Youth
Conference, Praise Fest
The Youth Ministry of
Zion Hill Baptist Church in
Gloucester will hold a Youth
Conference and Praise Fest
on Friday, May 2, and Saturday, May 3.
On Friday, the conference
will be held from 6-11 p.m.
The guest speaker will be
Rev. Eric Battle, youth ministry leader of Gethsemane
Baptist Church, Newport
News.
On Saturday, the Praise
Fest will be held at 3:30
p.m. The guests will be the
Grafton Baptist Church
Youth Choir of Harris Grove,
Time To
Mime-Calvary
Baptist Church and Calvary Baptist Praise Dancers,
both of Saluda, and the Faith
Builders Praise Dancers of
Syringa, and more.
“The Inspirational Voices”
of Zion Hill will celebrate
its anniversary on Sunday,
May 4, at 3:30 p.m. Rev.
Ventson Robinson and Mt.
Ararat Baptist Church of
Williamsburg will be the
guests.
Immanuel to celebrate Women’s Day
Immanuel Baptist Church in
Saluda will celebrate its annual
Women’s Day program on
Sunday, May 11, at 11 a.m. Rev.
Marion Kirby, associate minister of First Baptist Church Mor-
rison, Newport News, will be
the guest speaker. All ladies are
invited to come and fellowship
in wearing a pastel color and a
hat, if they wish. Rev. Calvin
Rideau Sr. is the church pastor.
Gospel Singing
Location: The Gospel Lighthouse (Rt. 14 Plain View, VA)
Date: May 3, 2014
Time: Locals starting at 4:30pm and
Solid Rock starts at 6:00pm
For more information call
Pastor Ike Addington 804-815-5820
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obituaries
NNFHC’s Dental Clinic celebrates 10th year
Tickets on
sale for God’s Ten years ago, with 500
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George H. Themides
Joan B. Madsen
Joan B. Madsen, 80, of
Saluda passed away Saturday,
April 26, 2014. She was born
in Detroit, Michigan, in 1933.
Joan was predeceased by her
father, John Wesley Farnell,
a U.S. Border and Customs
agent; and her mother, Bertha
Clough Farnell. Prior to her
marriage to Harry in 1961 she
held positions as a bank teller,
as an executive secretary with
General Motors, and as a stewardess with Eastern Airlines.
In addition to her husband
Harry she is survived by her
children, John Madsen, Karen
Madsen Whitman and her husband Paul, Paul Madsen and
his wife Stacey, as well as her
grandchildren, Kelli Whitman Barrett, Kai Madsen, and
Sophia and Charlotte Madsen.
She was a devoted wife, mother
and grandmother.
Joan had a passion for genealogy and became a Certified
Genealogical Record Searcher.
Her other interests included
travel, ceramics and needle
point, and corresponding with
friends all over the world.
Funeral services will be
held at 11 a.m., Friday, May
2, in Bristow-Faulkner Funeral
Home, Saluda. Interment will
follow at Middlesex Memorial Cemetery, Urbanna. The
family will receive friends one
hour prior to the service at the
funeral home. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made
to the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O. Box
790, Urbanna, VA 23175.
Bernard A. Thomas Sr.
Bernard A. Thomas Sr. of
Hartfield passed away Saturday, April 26, 2014. He was
a partner in the former Five
Rivers Food Co. in Urbanna.
He was predeceased by his
parents, G. Baynum Thomas
and A. Laura Sutton Thomas;
two brothers, Edward and
Oscar Thomas; and four sisters,
Mary Ashburn, Annie Hatch,
Marion Slaughter and Countiss
Thomas.
He is survived by his wife,
N. Virginia Small Thomas;
two sons, Bernie Thomas Jr.
of Hartfield, and James and
his wife Lisa Thomas of Richmond; five grandchildren,
Chad, Derrick, Monica, Travis
and Ryan; one sister, Florence
Massey of Providence Forge;
and numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be
held at 2 p.m. Thursday, May
1, in Lower United Methodist Church at Hartfield with
burial in the church cemetery.
The family will receive friends
one hour prior to the service
at the church. Arrangements
by Bristow-Faulkner Funeral
Home and Cremation Service,
Saluda.
George H. Themides, 77, of
Urbanna died Saturday, April
26, 2014. He was a retired
pharmacist. He worked for
Revco Drug Stores as the
regional vice president of the
South Eastern District. George
was a 1955 graduate of Newport News High School and a
1961 graduate of the Medical College of Virginia where
he received his BS Degree in
Pharmacy. He later obtained
a doctor of pharmacy license
from the state of Tennessee.
George was also licensed in the
states of North Carolina, South
Carolina, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Upon his graduation from
pharmacy school, he married
his high school sweetheart,
Jeanne Baker. He got involved
in civic activities and was
elected vice mayor of Urbanna
in 1982, and in 1986 the Governor of Virginia appointed him
as chairman of the Board of
Social Services and he served
an eight-year maximum term.
George was also a member of
the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad where he
had served as President and
on the Board of Directors and
had organized a junior volunteer rescue squad in Middlesex
County. He also worked closely
with the Urbanna Oyster Festival for many years.
Along with his wife Jeanne,
he is survived by his children,
Melinda Putney and her husband Tammie who George
thought of as a son; and Maria
French and her husband Scott;
grandsons, Casey Putney,
Brandon Putney, Kyle French,
Justin French and Luke Emory;
and his devoted faithful friend,
Nitto, his great-grand-dog.
A memorial service will be
held at 11 a.m. Thursday, May
1, at Bristow-Faulkner Funeral
Home & Cremation Service,
Saluda.
Memorial gifts can be made
to the Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad, P.O.
Box 790, Urbanna, VA 23175;
or Riverside Walter Reed
Hospice, 7358 Main Street,
Gloucester, VA 23061.
The Promise Academy, in
association with Shiloh Baptist Church and James Pettis
Productions, will present the
Off-Broadway play “God’s
Trombones,” on Saturday, May
10, at St. Clare Walker Middle
School in Locust Hill. There
will be two shows—at 1 and 4
p.m.
“God’s Trombones: Seven
Negro Sermons in Verse” is a
1927 book of poems by James
Weldon Johnson patterned
after traditional African-American religious oratory. The
book comprises seven poems
that are presented as seven sermons:
Tickets are $15. For more
information, call 804-6778485.
New Creation
to celebrate
Friends Sunday
New Creation Ministries
at 61 Cobbs Creek Lane in
Mathews County will celebrate
Friends Sunday on May 4.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Youth and adult Sunday school
classes are at 10 a.m. and the
worship service is at 11 a.m.
There is a Free Food Ministry distribution on the 2nd and
4th Wednesday of the month
from 1-3 p.m.
The Wednesday Midweek
Service is at 7 p.m. Call 804725-2683 for details.
SRBA Choir seeks new members
The
Southside
Rappahannock Baptist Association
(SRBA) Choir started its spring
rehearsals leading to the kickoff concert for the July 2014
Annual Session. At the present
time new members are invited
to join from the 36 member
churches within Essex, King
and Queen and Middlesex
counties.
Rehearsals started in March
and will continue every
Monday night at 7 p.m. until
the July concert. They are held
at Angel Visit Baptist Church,
(844) 580-3222
(toll free)
[email protected]
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the privacy of your own home.
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our care.
On Sunday, May 4, Sara
Mackey will speak at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
of the Rappahannock (UUFR).
The title of her talk will be
“The Wrong Ones.”
“In folklore and in the Christian sacred text, we frequently
find themes that center on the
wrong
people—strangers,
unsavory people, sinners. Join
us as we explore what we can
Clarksbury United Methodist
Church in Deltaville is set to
begin Wednesday, May 7, at 7
p.m. Join us for this three-week
study of spiritual gifts and how
we can use our spiritual gifts
for the common good. The only
required book is your Bible.
Call the church (776-6060) for
further information.
New Hope
Bible study
begins tonight
The New Hope Fellowship
Women of Faith Bible Study
will be held Thursday, May
1, at 6:15 p.m. at the church
in Hartfield. The study is
titled “God’s Healing Hands
. . . Finding God In Broken
Places.” For more information,
leave a message on the church
phone at 776-7600.
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Mail to: P.O. Box 276, Heathsville, Va. 22473
Dunnsville (Route 17 south
between Tappahannock and
Center Cross) where Rev. Dr.
Carla Lightfoot is pastor. The
cutoff date for joining will be
no later than May 19.
If you are interested and
would like to sing with the
choir, report to Angel Visit
Baptist Church on a Monday
evening at 7 p.m. until the cutoff date.
For more information, contact the choir director Marcellus Dungee at 443-5592 or
445-3031.
Unitarians to discuss ‘Wrong Ones’
Fish fry
fundraiser is Bible study
Saturday at to begin at
Clarksbury
New Hope
The Spring Bible Study at
The New Hope Fellowship Men’s Ministry will
host a “Fish Fry & Ride-In”
fundraiser on Saturday, May 3,
beginning at noon. New Hope
is at 11906 General Puller
Highway, Hartfield. There will
be a choice of a fish or chicken
dinner with two sides and a
drink for $10. Call the church
at 776-7600 for more information.
Clinic at the Northern Neck
Free Health Clinic (NNFHC)
opened its doors to its first
patients.
Ten years later, 4,722 individuals have used the Dental
Clinic, visiting 27,172 times and
receiving $16,658,348 worth
of dental services, according
to NNFHC Executive Director
Jean Nelson. They are all ages,
from children receiving their
first check-up to seniors in need
of dentures, she said; NNFHC
Medical Clinic patients and
others who are low-income and
underinsured are served. Some
had never been to a dentist at
all.
The Dental Clinic was made
possible after the NNFHC
moved into its current building
in Kilmarnock in 2003. Space
in the new facility was allotted
for a Dental Clinic, but funds
were needed to equip it and to
pay for operations, Nelson said.
A $200,000 capital improvement campaign was launched
to outfit six work stations,
while an agreement was formalized with the VCU School
of Dentistry to have teams of
final-year dental students rotate
through the new facility to work
with staff and volunteer dentists. First-year funding c ame
through the Nettie Lokey Wiley
Foundation, the Virginia Health
Care Foundation (VHCF), individual donors and other groups.
The Dental Clinic’s first patients
were seen on January 15, 2004.
This all followed several
years of planning, as well as
Abiding Faith
service set for
2 p.m. May 11
On Sunday, May 11, Abiding
Faith Baptist Church at 83 Bluff
Point Road in Kilmarnock
will worship at 2 p.m. Please
note that this is a change in
time from the regular service.
Evangelist Brenda Phillips will
deliver the message.
learn about ourselves and our
world from these stories of the
wrong ones,” said Mackey.
Sara Mackey, a frequent
UUFR speaker, lives in Richmond and currently works at
Union Presbyterian Seminary
where she earned her M.Div.
She has served Williamsburg
UU as director of faith development, and she has volunteered in many capacities over
the years at UU Community
Church in Glen Allen.
The UUFR meets every
Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at 366
James Wharf Road in White
Stone. Coffee and refreshments
will follow the service.
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the VCU School of Dentistry rotate through the NNFHC
Dental Clinic three days a week.
awareness of the enormous
health-care gap that existed
for those of low incomes who
had dental issues, which can
so easily affect an individual’s
overall health. To fill the gap
until a facility could be created,
the Clinic rented space at VCUMCV in Richmond for those
most in need of oral surgery,
and Vandy Services provided
the transportation there and
back.
The planning and partnerships paid off. Dental and
hygiene students from the
School of Dentistry still rotate
through the Dental Clinic for
three days each week. The
Wiley Foundation has continued as a major, annual supporter. The VHCF last year
awarded a $60,000 matching
grant to install digital technology. Campbell Presbyterian
and Grace Episcopal churches,
among others, have contributed
substantial funds to help with
operations. The Dental Clinic
has worked with public schools
and Head Start, and the facility
has been used as a training site
by the Virginia Health Department, VCU, and the Virginia
Dental Association.
Last year the Dental Clinic
made up 23% of the NNFHC’s
overall operating budget of $1.2
million. As hours and services
expand, this share of the budget
is expected to increase.
For more information on the
Dental Clinic or on the NNFHC
generally, visit www.nnfhc.
com or call 435-0575. Donations toward helping those of
low incomes have access to oral
hygiene services may be sent to
the NNFHC at P.O. Box 1694,
Kilmarnock, 22482.
I would like to thank everyone who
attended my Birthday Celebration. I
was truly overwhelmed by the great
outpouring of love, support and acts
of kindness.
It superseded my greatest
expectations. Be greatly Blessed.
Pastor Teresa Sutherlin
“Allergies?
There’s a healing solution”
is the topic of this week’s
Christian Science Sentinel Program
Now airing on Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Tune in Sunday, May 4 on WKWI Bay 101.7 FM
www.NNChristianScience.org
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“It’s great to stay on the cutting edge, and we are
very proud of that, but we’re also proud that we
don’t just take everything that’s new,” said Valerie Morgan, the center’s Group Exercise and
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Shockwave, TRX and Tabata are new and cool and cutting edge. And that’s great. But they also
carry Morgan’s stamp of approval. “I evaluate each new program that comes in,” she said. “You
should have seen me when we started offering yoga. We studied it for a long time before we
started offering it to our members.” She has to. Not only do the Wellness Center members come
from several counties to workout and vary in ages, but Morgan knows, especially based on her
background she owes it to them. “I mean, we have a member in their 70s taking Shockwave,”
Morgan said. “What does that tell you?”
Morgan is certified by, among others, the American Council on Exercise and National Strength and
Conditioning Association, and has taught group exercise for more than three decades, 25 years of
which have been at the Wellness Center. She’s seen fads come and go. She’s watched people set
and make their goals. And she knows a good thing when she sees it.
Located on the campus of Riverside Walter Reed Hospital, Riverside’s Middle Peninsula Wellness
and Fitness Center features strength training and cardio equipment, pool, track, racquetball,
basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, and a group exercise floor. To learn more about the
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2.5 ACRE LOT in the Hillcrest Subdivision in Wake. Woods on two sides.
Septic and well permits all ready.
$48,000. 758-9691.(6-13-tf)
3-BEDROOM house on Jackson
Creek in Deltaville. 1½ baths,
garage and private pier. $800 per
month. Available May 1. 776-9880.
(4-3-tf)
HARTFIELD VILLAGE CENTER,
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next to carpet shop and consignment shop. Freshly painted and
partially furnished. Monthly rent:
$345. Information, Marguerithe
Haasnoot, Ches-Bay Realty, Inc.,
804-776-6044.(4-10-6tRR)
BELLE AIRE ESTATES: Over 20
families participating in community
yard sale on Belle Aire and Stoney
Drive, Hardyville. Saturday, May 3,
from 8a.m. until noon. A variety of
items will be for sale.(5-1-1t)
DELTAVILLE DEALER DAYS BOAT
SHOW, MAY 3 & 4, 10a.m. to
4p.m. New & Used Power & Sail.
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www.deltavilleva.com (4-17-3tRR)
Help Wanted
MINISTER OF MUSIC: Immanuel
Baptist Church in Saluda is seeking
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to direct its music ministry. Applicant
must be a capable and committed
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musician with a spiritual calling to
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PROLINE 251 Walkaround Sport lead contemporary and traditional
bonus room, Trane AC. Needs minor No pets. No smoking. Dog option
COMMUNITY Yard Sale, Piankatank Fish 5.7l Bravo III. Lots of extras. gospel music for all musical groups
repairs. $72,000. No calls after 9. with security. $1,050. 804-480-0893.
Shores, Pineview Drive. Saturday $14,500. Call 804-337-9197. (5-1- of the church. Keyboard, organ and
Text or call 804-824-6939. (5-1-4t)
Wake area. (4-24-4t)
OFFICE SPACE for rent at Urbanna and Sunday, May 3 & 4, 8a.m. until 2t)
choral skills are required. Candidate
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www.Rivahvacations.com for infor- diesel generators. Clean out attic/
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mation and pictures. (804)741- garage. Tables $15/day. Daily/ tfRR)
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reduced price. Now $359,000, plus DELTAVILLE: Lease / Purchase. 5511 evenings. Summer $800/ weekly/monthly rates. Routes 3/198,
SCHOOL is seeking an executive
owner to help with closing costs. Cute 2-bedroom. Garage, great week.(5-16-52t)
director. The ideal candidate has
Dutton. 804-725-3889.(5-1-13tRR)
Marine
Services
3BD, 2BA. Screened breezeway, yard, great neighborhood. Deeded
fundraising and marketing experigarage, horse stable, outbuildings, water access, share Sturgeon Creek
SATURDAY, 8 to 11. Inside Unit
ence and is willing to learn about
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boat
slips
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20ft.
to
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804ers. Owner ready to sell. Call Diane 647-6224. Owner/Agent. (4-3-6t)
antique furniture, large bird cages,
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every
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view 4p.m. Furniture, antiques, body’s estimates! 804-815-4678. RN/LPN: Taking applications for
of Virginia. EdwardsBayandRiver- HAIR SALON: Fully equipped estabcollectibles, household. Call to (4-24-13t)
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For
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776-8818. (5-1-4tRR)
tionzip.com dealer #18047 for Schacht Co. 804-824-4102.(2-21-tf) 7P-11P.
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in town of Urbanna. 2 bedrooms, able. Lessons. www. BridlewiseRid- 17,000 miles, excellent condition,
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Health Care Center, 804-758-5260.
1 bath, large kitchen, large living ingAcademy.com 804-238-8116. red. $7,000. Will consider trade.
804-761-2531. (4-24-2tRR)
(4-17-3t)
room, deck, shed. 1 acre. Town (3-20-13t)
1978 MG MIDGET. New top, new
water. Can be converted back to 3
2002
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GOLDWING
(GLRNs and LPNs: Lancashire ConvaHelp Wanted
HORSE BOARDING: New openings
paint & lots of new parts. 70,000
bedrooms. $126,000.
1800), black, 35K miles, excellent
lescent and Rehabilitation Center
FOR RENT: $750 month plus now available @ $400 per month. condition. All maintenance records. miles. Pictures available. $5,500.
www.pidlinacres.com 804-758804-758-9850 or 804-512-5862. AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN: has positions available on all shifts
deposit. 804-824-6322.(4-24-tf)
One owner. $10,500. 804-694-6291. (5-1-1tRR)
1555.(8-30-tf)
Experienced needed. State Inspec- for RNs and LPNs with strong
(4-10-4t)
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18ft., like new. $6,000. 804-654- miles. 804-654-4568. $7,500. (5-1- Call 804-776-0550, Deltaville Auto Cornette, Director of Nursing, at
some repair. 2 lots with septic tank WATERFRONT mobile home. 4568. (5-1-2tRR)
Sales. Ask for Jim or Jonathan to
2tRR)
804-435-1684. EOE.(5-1-1tRR)
on both. $95,000. 804-761-7368 or Access to pier and sand beach.
discuss details.(5-1-2t)
804-776-9337. FSBO.(4-24-tf)
Public boat ramp within sight. Must LIVE THE WATERFRONT DREAM!
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allowed.
Call
804-435-6791
for
tion of products to customer, merlarge added master suite, family
Courtney, IsaBell Horsley Real
more
details.(4-24-2t)
room, large outdoor storage for
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Estate, 804-514-4225. (4-10-13t)
large boat / motorhome. $189,000.
ing post, GPS, VHS, live well, dual and Rehabilitation Center has posi- proper billing procedures are folCarolyn Bailey, Mason Realty, 804MARKETPLACE ANTIQUES: Think battery. 2005 Yamaha 115, 4-stroke, tions available on all shifts for Certi- lowed. Requirements: Class B CDL,
Commerical
Rentals
366-2554. (4-17-4t)
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804-435-1684. EOE.(5-1-1tRR)
87’ 23’ Correct Craft $17K
tributing, P.O. Box 307, Urbanna,
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County.
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check
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call
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8224.(4-3-13t)
sonal job opportunity. Dockhand
‘88 36’ Trojan Convert. $42K
with 3 bedrooms, 1½ baths, sandy for $158 per month. Call Ms. Leo pristine condition. 758-2089 after
wanted. Must be 16 years of age
‘87 36’ Carver Aft Cab. $39K
D.P.
NORWOOD
Plumbing
Combeach, pier. $399,000. Rhonda 804-370-4674 or Oscar 804-370- 6p.m.(5-1-1t)
or older. Call Norview Marina for
1976 42’ Post $74,500
pany,
Inc.
is
hiring
a
full
time
Plumber
Wells, Rhonda K. Wells Real Estate, 5555.(1-19-tf)
details, 804-776-6463. (4-17-3t)
1979 53’ Hatteras $150K
Helper.
Must
have
at
least
3-5
years
804-436-4709. (12-5-tf)
www.LocalRels.com
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plumbing
experience.
References
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Work Wanted
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PLUS MORE!
1-bath cottage on Broad Creek in 1500sf and 300sf with storefront.
Post Real Estate For Sale
DENTAL ASSISTANT wanted for
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and Dexis software a plus. Please ionship, housekeeping, cooking,
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ESTABLISHED Personal Care and/or Sun. for parties, anytime.)
Agency is looking for the right Barbara, 631-889-2653. I reside in
individual to lead its team to new the town of Urbanna.(4-24-4t)
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Boat Deliveries • Training • Management
Bruce Allen
USCG Retired
Licensed Master
North American • Caribbean Waters
[email protected]
804-313-5209
Handyman Services
Septic Tanks Pumped, Drain Lines
and Distribution Boxes Cleaned
Carlton H. Brownley
Hartfield, VA 23071
Phone: Day - 776-9485
Night - 776-6055
FAMILY & YOUTH FOUNDATION
is currently seeking experienced
Intensive-in-home counselors
and Mental Health support for the
Williamsburg, West Point, King
and Queen County and out to the
Middlesex areas. Please forward
resumes to: [email protected] or
call 757-380-0385.(3-27-10t)
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driver’s license and able to pass a
background check. Must be able
to lift over 50lbs., have solid work
ethic, strong sense of integrity and a
positive attitude. Call 804-824-9741.
(4-17-4t)
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plumbing and/or electrical experience. Individual must have reliable
transportation with a good driving
record. Must possess a valid CDL
license. Competitive wages for
motivated experienced individuals. Contact us at 804-758-5836.
(4-24-2tRR)
* JOANN’S House Cleaning Service.
Reasonable rates. 804-445-3527.
(2-13-13t)
**AAA AFFORDABLE, detailed
housecleaning. Also, personal
assistant available. Call for free
estimate. Will beat another price.
804-214-0984. (4-10-13t)
A ACTION Housecleaning by Ronda
Mae Dependable. 804-384-8744.
(2-20-13t)
A SPECIAL TOUCH Cleaning Service: Homes, new construction,
move-in / out. Available for on-call
summer homes. Licensed. 804512-9021 or 804-758-4705, leave
message. [email protected]
(3-6-13t)
A&A POOLS and LAWN CARE: Call
us for all your pool and landscaping
needs. Openings, closings, weekly
& bi-weekly service and everything
in-between. 804-436-2796. (4-1013tRR)
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.(4-24-13t)
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Business Services
Notices
B. ROY HENNIGAR, Painting contractor serving Middlesex County for
30 yrs. Interior and exterior painting.
Free estimates. 804-824-4930.
(12-12-26t)
determinations within the Town of
Urbanna and the unincorporated
areas of Middlesex County. These
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ODZQPRZLQJÀRZHUEHGFOHDQLQJ hazard determinations shown on the
mulching and debris hauling. Also, preliminary FIRM and/or FIS report
moving service available. (4-24-2t) for the aforementioned communities
within Middlesex County. These
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repairs. Nothing outsourced. Quick LQRUGHUWRTXDOLI\RUUHPDLQTXDOL¿HG
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COUNTRY TIME LAWNCARE SER- purposes, you will be provided an
VICES, LLC: Lawn maintenance opportunity to appeal the proposed
services. Mulch, gravel, bush hog- information. For information on the
ging. Yard cleanup, leaf removal. statutory 90-day period provided
Warren Rainier, David Rainier. for appeals, as well as a complete
Licensed, insured. 804-370-4019 or listing of the communities affected
804-445-3513.(11-14-26t)
and the locations where copies of
FLOORING, INSTALLATION and the FIRM are available for review,
REPAIRS: Carpet, wood, laminate, please visit FEMA’s website at www.
vinyl. Khourys Floor Covering, 28 fema.gov/plan/prevent/fhm/bfe,
yrs. exp., lic., ins. Free est. Samples. or call the FEMA Map Information
Middle Peninsula area. Sammy eXchange (FMIX) toll free at 1-877FEMA MAP (1-877-336-2627).
Khoury, 804-815-8671.(4-3-13t)
(4-24-2t)
HANDYMAN SERVICE: Home
NOTICE OF SEIZURE
maintenance and repairs; drywall
U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT
and painting; siding; trim; decks;
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CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
Mayhue.(2-23-tf)
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HARVEY’S LAWN SERVICE: On or about February 25, 2014, the
Grasscutting, mulching, hauling following items were seized from the
debris, spraying, pruning. 804- residence, 3101 Coley Lane, Hayes,
445-5300 (cell), or 804-758-5003. Virginia 23072; residence, 7906
(3-27-13t)
Mountain Laurel Trail, Gloucester,
VA 23061; residence, 998 Greys
HAVE A MOSQUITO FREE PROP- Point Road, Topping, VA 23169;
ERTY. Guaranteed kid & pet safe. business, 2324 Greys Point Road,
Works on over 75 different pests. Topping, VA 23169; and business,
Call A&A Pools and Lawn Care, 36 Campbell Drive, Topping, VA
804-436-2796. (4-10-13tRR)
23169.
HAVE GROOMER Will Travel! Inhome dog grooming. Contact Lisa 68140030-01
U.S. Currency $8,799.72
at 804-514-2945. (5-1-13t)
68140032-01
JUNK YARD DOGS: We haul junk! 2013 Kia Sorento
Affordable rates. 804-758-4727. VIN#: 5XYKT3A69DG404712
(4-11-tf)
68140032-02
2011 Chevrolet Camaro
LANDSCAPING / LAWNCARE: VIN#: 2G1FK1EJ0B9114173
Four Season Services. Mulch deliv- 68140032-03
ered, installed. Tree, shrub planting. 2011 Chevrolet Silverado
Design. Install. Maintain. Lawn VIN#: 1GC4K1C89BF157416
irrigation installs, repairs. Insured.
Free estimates. 804-832-4636. The property is subject to [email protected]
trative forfeiture under the provisions
(4-24-13t)
of 18 U.S.C. § 981(a)(1)(A) and 18
MASSARO BROS. SEAMLESS U.S.C. § 982(a)(1) due to the propGUTTERS: 5”/6” GUTTERS. Gutter erty’s involvement in a transaction,
covers. Clean-out and repair. Lowest or attempted transaction, in violation
price. Satisfaction guaranteed. Call of 18 U.S.C. § 1956 and 1957. Any
Matt for FREE ESTIMATE, 804-480- person claiming an ownership inter0155 or matt@massarobrosseam- HVWLQWKLVSURSHUW\PXVW¿OHDFODLP
with the Internal Revenue Service
lessgutters.com (7-11-tf)
Attn: Asset Forfeiture Coordinator at
MOVING SERVICES: Local, long 400 N 8th St. Room 1024, Box 32,
distance or just moving furniture Richmond, VA 23219 on or before
around in your home. Since 1973. June 9, 2014; otherwise, the propCrawford Moving & Storage, Inc. erty will be forfeited and disposed of
804-725-2555 or 804-435-6683. according to law.
(4-24-3t)
(2-27-13t)
NOTICE OF
NURSING ASSISTANT: 10+ yrs. SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE’S SALE
experience. Call 804-296-7075.
OF UNIMPROVED
(4-24-4t)
REAL ESTATE PROPERTY
Tax Map No. 13-12-3 & 13-12-4
PASSPORT PICTURES made In execution of a certain Deed
while you wait! Please call to make of Trust dated July 27, 1998, in
an appointment, 804-758-2328, the original principal amount of
Southside Sentinel, Urbanna.(tf)
$18,000.00 and recorded in the
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little! Free estimates. 804-815-3968. Middlesex County, Virginia (“Clerk’s
2I¿FH´RQ$XJXVWLQ'HHG
(3-27-13t)
Book 282, Page 779, (the “Deed of
TURNER DRYWALL and Painting Trust”) default having occurred in
Home Repairs: New work, repair, the payment of the Note thereby
renovation, home improvements, tile secured, and being requested to do
work. 804-761-5410. Over 20 years so by The Baldwin Family Limited
experience!(2-27-13tRR)
Partnership, L.L.P., the holder of
the note (“Noteholder”) secured
UGLY ROOF? Mold, mildew, lichen by the Deed of Trust (the “Note”),
removed from roof. Zero pres- James H. Ward, Jr., (“Substitute
sure. 15% OFF 1st time customer. Trustee”) after giving not less than
Licensed & insured. VA Roof Clean- fourteen (14) days prior written
ing, 804-330-7666 or 888-888- notice thereof to the owner of the
ROOF. (4-10-13t)
real property encumbered by the
VACATION and ESTATE Prop- Deed of Trust (the “Owner”) by certierty Management: Weekly home ¿HGPDLOUHWXUQUHFHLSWUHTXHVWHG
checks, landscaping and home of the date, time, place and terms
maintenance performed by us, of sale, will offer such property for
schedule vendors. Local refer- sale at public auction at the front
ences. 804-832-4636. 4seasonser- entrance of the Middlesex County
Courthouse Building, 73 Bowden
[email protected] (3-6-13t)
Street, Saluda, Virginia 23149 on
May 9, 2014 at 2:00 p.m. (local
Business Opportunity time). The real estate is to be sold
together with all improvements and
RETAIL LIGHTING FIXTURE and appurtenances thereunto belonging
Ceiling Fan business. Established (the “Property”), being described in
15 years. Popular product brands, said Deed of Trust and more particularge customer base. $65K. Inquire larly described as follows:
804-654-4659 or lightingandfans@ ALL THAT CERTAIN PARCEL
OF LAND TOGETHER WITH ALL
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IMPROVEMENTS AND APPURTENANCES THERETO BELONGING,
SITUATED IN JAMAICA DISTRICT,
Notices
MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VIRGINIA,
AND SHOWN AS LOTS 3 & 4 IN
DEPARTMENT OF
SAMOS SUBDIVISION, SECTION
HOMELAND SECURITY
2 ON A PLAT OF SURVEY PREFEDERAL EMERGENCY
PARED BY STANLEY E. PAYNE,
MANAGEMENT AGENCY
III, LAND SURVEYOR DATED
Proposed Flood Hazard
JUNE 18, 1997, IN PLAT BOOK
Determinations for
13, PAGE 364, RECORDED IN
Middlesex County, Virginia
THE CLERK’S OFFICE, CIRCUIT
and Incorporated Areas
The Department of Homeland Secu- COURT, COUNTY OF MIDDLErity’s Federal Emergency Manage- SEX, REFERENCE TO WHICH
ment Agency (FEMA) has issued a SAID PLAT IS HEREBY MADE FOR
Preliminary Flood Insurance Rate A MORE PARTICULAR DESCRIPMap (FIRM), and where applicable, TION OF SAID PROPERTY.
Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report, TERMS OF SALE: All Cash. A cash
reflecting proposed flood hazard bidder’s deposit of $5,000 (in the
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
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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
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Notices
form of a cashier’s check made
payable to the Trustee) shall be
required at the time of settlement.
Successful bidder shall execute a
contract at end of sale. Settlement
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within 30 days after sale.
The sale of the Property shall be
made subject to the covenants,
conditions, easements, restrictions,
reservations, if any, superior to the
lien of the Deed of Trust duly of
record and constituting constructive notice and to any and all rights,
defects, liens, encumbrances or
adverse claims of whatever nature,
recorded and unrecorded, including
any and all statutory liens for labor or
materials which are superior to the
lien of the Deed of Trust. The sale
further shall be made subject to the
rights, if any, of persons in possession of the Property.
TIME BEING OF THE ESSENCE.
The bidder on behalf of Noteholder
shall not be required to deliver a
deposit to Trustee. The deposit of
successful bidder will be cashed by
Trustee and will be applied without
interest to the purchase price at
settlement. The balance of the
purchase price will be due by wire
transfer of immediately available
funds at settlement. Conveyance of
the Property shall be by special warranty deed and shall be subject to all
recorded and unrecorded matters of
title to the extent thay may lawfully
apply to the Property or any part
thereof and take priority over the
lien of the Deed of Trust. The successful bidder shall be responsible
for any roll back taxes. Any and all
charges relating to the Property will
be adjusted at settlement as of the
date of the foreclosure sale, and
shall be assumed by the successful bidder to the extent they have
accrued on or after the date of the
foreclosure sale. Successful bidder
shall be responsible for any real
estate taxes, penalties and interest
and any water/sewer charges due
on Property through date of sale
(which must be paid at settlement).
Successful bidder shall be responsible for all costs of purchase and
transfer, including the grantor’s tax.
Obtaining possession of the Property shall be at the sole cost, risk
and expense of successful bidder.
In the event a successful bidder
fails to consummate the purchase in
accordance with the terms of sale as
herein provided and in the contract
of sale, the deposit will be applied
to the costs and expenses of the
sale and thereafter to the outstanding balance on the Note and the
property may either be resold at the
risk and expense of the defaulting
successful bidder or Trustee may
accept the next highest bid at the
foreclosure sale, if available. In
either event, the defaulting successful bidder shall be personally liable
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resale of the Property. The foregoing
remedy shall not limit or be deemed
to limit any right of Trustee or Noteholder to pursue additional legal or
equitable remedies available as a
result of such default by successful bidder. The property shall be
sold “AS IS, WHERE IS,” without
representation or warranty of any
sort or nature concerning its condition. Sale is subject to Noteholder
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attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any
information that I obtain will be used
for that purpose.
All information deemed reliable, but
Trustee makes no representations
or warranties as to accuracy.
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
JAMES H. WARD, JR.
Substitute Trustee
837 Gloucester Road
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Saluda, Virginia 23149
804-758-5391
(4-17-4t)
NOTICE
ABANDONED VESSELS
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:
35’ Viking, “Dusk til Dawn”
Hull # VKY 35684M77J
Documented: D979278
34’ Carver, “Friend Ship”
Hull # CDR39047 1278-79
Application for Watercraft Registration/Title will be made in accordance with Section 29.1-733.1 of
the Code of Virginia if this vessel
is not claimed and removed within
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notice. Please contact the Virginia
Department of Game and Inland
Fisheries with questions. (4-24-3t)
RAL to hold
sidewalk sale
on Saturday
The Rappahannock Art
League will hold a sidewalk
sale Saturday, May 3, at the
Studio Gallery, 19 North Main,
Kilmarnock.
“Since this is also Shop
Local Day, we are looking forward to many people being in
town to take advantage of Shop
Local activities,” said event
chairman Chrissy Hardin.
Items include framed or
unframed paintings and prints,
frames, art supplies and objets
d’art. There will be smaller,
less expensive art and crafts
such as those found in the gift
and holiday shops.
The gallery also will offer a
$100 gift certificate as a door
prize
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
TOWN OF URBANNA BUDGET
FOR FISCAL YEAR 2014-2015
Pursuant to Section 15.2-2506, Code of Virginia (1950), public notice is hereby given that
the Urbanna Town Council shall hold a public hearing at the regular monthly meeting on
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Town Hall, 45 Cross Street, Urbanna. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive public
comment on the proposed FY2014-2015 Budgets for the Town of Urbanna. Pursuant to Section 15.2-2506, Code of Virginia (1950), the following synopsis of the proposed budget is
provided for informative and planning purposes. A copy of the full, detailed budget is availDEOHIRUUHYLHZDWWKH7RZQ2IÀFHORFDWHGDW&URVV6WUHHW8UEDQQD9LUJLQLD
Proposed General Fund
EXPENDITURES:
General Government Administration ..................................................................... $308,786
Middlesex Fire Department ....................................................................................... 18,000
Central Middlesex Volunteer Rescue Squad ............................................................. 10,000
Other Public Safety ...................................................................................................... 2,000
Public Works ...............................................................................................................62,313
Parks and Recreation.................................................................................................. 79,035
Planning/Community Development........................................................................... 92,094
Debt Service ............................................................................................................... 32,024
General Fund Reserve .................................................................................................. 7,062
Transfer to Marina ....................................................................................................... 3,499
TOTAL GENERAL FUND EXPENSES ............................................................ $614,813
REVENUES:
General Property Taxes .......................................................................................... $274,300
Other Local Taxes .....................................................................................................176,712
Special Events License Fees ...................................................................................... 43,250
Revenue from Use of Money and Property ................................................................. 1,250
From Taber Trust Fund .............................................................................................. 46,000
Revenue from the Commonwealth ............................................................................ 15,795
Other Revenue ........................................................................................................... 57,506
TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE ..............................................................$614,813
The real estate property tax rate remains at $0.24 per $100 assessed value. The personal
property tax rate remains at $0.65 per $100 assessed value. The 2014 Oyster Festival Special Business License Taxes remains at $450.00 for food concessions, $125.00 craft vendors
and $350.00 for other.
Business Licenses fees will be: Gross receipts of $100,000 or less - $50.00; Gross receipts of
$100,001 - $300,000 - $150.00 and Gross receipts over $300,001 - $300.00
Proposed Water Fund
EXPENDITURES:
General Administration ............................................................................................ $79,935
System Operations ................................................................................................. 68,064
Debt Service ............................................................................................................... 21,576
Reserve....................................................................................................................... 20,000
TOTAL WATER FUND EXPENSES ................................................................. $189,575
The proposed in-town water rate schedule for FY2014-2015 is as follows:
0-3,000 Gallons .......................................................................................................... $14.00
Over 3,000 Gallons ................................................................. $2.60 per Thousand Gallons
The proposed out-of-town water rate schedule for FY2014-2015 is as follows:
0-3,000 Gallons .......................................................................................................... $27.00
Over 3,000 Gallons ................................................................. $5.20 per Thousand Gallons
REVENUES:
Charges for Services .............................................................................................. $189,500
Other Water Fund Revenue ............................................................................................... 75
TOTAL WATER REVENUES ............................................................................ $189,575
Proposed Capital Improvements
Water System Upgrades ......................................................................................... $56,000*
(* from water reserve fund)
Proposed Historic Trust
EXPENSES
To Trust Base .................................................................................................................. $30
TOTAL HISTORIC TRUST EXPENDITURES........................................................ $30
REVENUES
Interest............................................................................................................................. $30
TOTAL HISTORIC TRUST REVENUES ................................................................ $30
Proposed Taber Fund
EXPENDITURES:
General Fund............................................................................................................ $46,000
TOTAL TABER TRUST FUND EXPENDITURES ........................................... $46,000
REVENUES
Trust Income ............................................................................................................ $46,000
TOTAL TABER TRUST FUND REVENUES..................................................... $46,000
Upton’s Point Marina
EXPENDITURES:
Utilities, Repairs, Maintenance ................................................................................$23,306
Debt Service ................................................................................................................. 8,222
Part Time Help ........................................................................................................... 19,427
TOTAL UPTON’S POINT EXPENDITURES .................................................... $50,955
REVENUES:
Use of Money and Property ..................................................................................... $47,456
Transfer from General Fund ........................................................................................ 3,499
TOTAL UPTON’S POINT MARINA REVENUES............................................ $50,955
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2-car garage, tool/garden house.....$230,000
Mattaponi River 118
acres, long frontage on
water! 30 acres open,
balance
wooded...
Pond site.......$389,000
Meachim
Mattaponi
Rappahannock
Piankatank River –
Deer Chase 4 BR, 2
River
4½ acres 300' frontage... 3 BA, walk-out
basement...
Boathouse with lift and sundecks........$495,000
Near historic Burhan’s
Wharf, sloping to sand
beach...
Awesome
views... Septic system...
Installed......$449,500
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 28.2-1302.6
of the Code of Virginia that a public hearing will be held
by the Middlesex County Wetlands Board on Tuesday,
May 13, 2014 at 9:00 AM to consider the following:
Creek 3
BR, 1½ BA... Screened
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and tile work... Boat ramp
and dock...........$209,000
1. Wetlands Application # 2014-0456 submitted by
Michelle Meredith on behalf of Ralph T. Bullock.
This request is to Dredge an area 25'x25'x3' deep,
approximately 69 cu.yds of sand.The north,west &
south sides of the dredge will be sloped on a 2:1. Install
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dump truck then moved to approved upland dump site
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2,300+ SF... On 1½
acres...........$279,000
TOWN OF URBANNA
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Water View 3 acres
near the Rappahannock
River and boat landing... Fenced yard...
Possible development
property.......$199,500
Deer Chase 3 BR, 2
BA... Not far from private boat ramp... Fireplace... 2-car attached
garage with room for
workshop... Piankatank
River.........$209,000
Urbanna Master suite
and bath on one side
and 2 BR and BA on the
other... Fireplace, deck,
fenced yard area... Walk
to town..........$229,900
The Urbanna Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Council
Chambers, 45 Cross Street, Urbanna VA 23175 to consider
revisions to the Capital Improvement Plan for the Town of
Urbanna, Virginia. The public is invited to share their comments. The Planning Commission will make their recommendations to Town Council with regard to revisions to the
Capital Improvement Plan.
The Town Council will hold a public hearing on the plan on
Monday, May 19, 2014 at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers,
45 Cross Street, Urbanna VA 23175.
Whiting Creek Fireplace, 2
porches...
Garage... Private, well
landscaped... Pier with
good water depth...
First offering...$469,000
Urbanna 4 BR, 3 BA,
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Screened porch... 2-car
garage... On 1½ acre
parcel... Private and
convenient.....$289,000
Marvin Mason . . . . 815-8391
Steve Darman . . . . 815-2036
New! Kitchen with
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DECK... Boat slip...
Many amenities... View
to bridge........$419,000
Realtors
and
Appraisers
05.01&05.08.14
Jean Darman . . . . . 577-7083
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
A copy of the proposed Capital Improvement Plan revisions
are available for review at the Town Office, 45 Cross Street,
Urbanna, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.
Irvin R. Shackelford . .815-8400
Eric Johnson . . . . . 815-8374
Craig Hall. . . . . . . . 815-8494
Urbanna Creek Like
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]
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
REGISTRAR
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
PLANNING COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 15.2-2204
of the Code of Virginia that a public hearing will be
held by the Middlesex County Planning Commission
on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 7:00 PM to consider the
following:
1. Rezoning 2014-01 submitted by Charles R, Pruett
for Carroll Moore, H. Emory Moore, and Leslie S.
Moore. The request is for approval of a rezoning
request to rezone +/- 4.0 acres outside of tidal
marshlands from the Conservation (C) zoning district to
the Low Density Rural Zoning District.. The properties
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as Tax Map #s 30-7-8 and 30-7-9 and are located
off Regents Point Road and Clark Road in Topping,
Virginia in the Pinetop Magisterial District.
The public hearing will be held in the Boardroom of
the Historic Courthouse, 865 General Puller Highway,
Saluda, VA 23149. Copies of this application are available
for public inspection at the Department of Planning and
Community Development, Woodward Building – 2nd Floor,
877 General Puller Highway, Saluda, VA 23149, telephone
(804) 758-3382. All interested persons are encouraged to
submit written comments or attend the meeting to present
their views on this application.
The Wetlands Board meeting will be held in the Board
Room of the Historic Courthouse, 865 General Puller
Highway, Saluda, VA, 23149. All interested persons are
encouraged to attend to present their views concerning
this application. A copy of this application is available
for public inspection at the Department of Planning and
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 15.2-2204 of
the Code of Virginia, that a public hearing will be held
by the Middlesex County Board of Zoning Appeals on
Monday, May 19, 2014, at 6:30 PM to consider the
following:
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Charles S. Garber, Jr. & Tamarah F. Garber requesting
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CCS Golf Classic is June 6
On
Friday,
June
6,
Christchurch School will host
its 12th Annual Christchurch
School Golf Classic at
Piankatank River Golf Club in
Hartfield. There will be a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
This year Christchurch
School will celebrate, along
with the Fleet family, 18 years
of Piankatank River Golf Club’s
operation by having course
designer Algie Pulley participate in this year’s classic as an
honorary guest. For more information, call 758-2306, ext. 135,
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Saturday & Sunday
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at the home of the late
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248 Walker Road, White Stone
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ant. mahogany dresser c. 1900, Georgian library table, large
ant. Hepplewhite corner cabinet, ant. Hepplewhite sideboard,
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English prints, two Hepplewhite-style mahogany 3-drawer
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one-drawer stand, ship’s wheel round coffee table, mahogany
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sofa table in scalloped design, pr. barrel overstuffed chairs,
mahogany barrel table, 3-columned round table, lladro nun
figurine & many other ant. & modern figurines, assorted
golf clubs, extension ladder, costume jewelry, Siam sterling,
6 mahogany Chippendale-style dining chairs, Shenandoah
Valley crocks, Sheraton ant. dropleaf table c. 1830, Harriet
Frye painting, Sheraton-style double bed, large collection of
indoor flowers & trees, many fine table lamps, blue Willow
china (partial service), Flying Cloud china, Gorham sterling
silver flatware by Lunt, ant. pine pegged table. Sheraton
small table, small dough table. Silhouettes, garden urns &
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Road/Route 643, as it becomes Little Bay Road, following
almost to end. Take right onto Walker Road/Route 703.
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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.
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Pinewood Derby and
Scout Night set for
Saturday at speedway
Middlesex YMCA offers a
variety of summer camps
Registration for Middlesex
YMCA Summer Camp is
now under way. Parents must
have all documents necessary
to complete the registration
packet, including shot records,
physical and birth certificate.
The YMCA Summer Camp
starts June 16 and runs through
the summer until August
22. For more information,
contact the Middlesex Family
YMCA at (804)776-8846. The
camps are as follows:
• Sun Fun & Water Sports
Camp—June 16-August 22,
7 a.m.-6 p.m., at Middlesex
Family YMCA, for ages 4
Years, 9 Months to 13, cost is
$82 for members and $97 for
program participants.
• Come Sail Away Sailing
Camp—June 23-27, 9 a.m.-3
p.m., at Fishing Bay Yacht
Club in Deltaville, for ages
9-13, cost is $150 for members
and $175 for program participants. Registration deadline is
June 1.
• Safety Confidence Fun in
the Water Swim Lessons—
June 30-August 7, 8:35-9:20
a.m. (youth) and 9:25-9:55
a.m. (preschool), Deltaville
Community Pool, ages: 3-12,
$30 for members and $50 for
program participants, register
through July 15.
• Splish Splash Water Aerobics, June 28-August 29, 10-11
a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays,
Fridays at Deltaville Pool, $50
per session (there will be 2 sessions or $7 per class.
• Drive Chip Putt Golf
Camp, July 7-11, 9-11 a.m.,
Piankatank River Golf Club,
ages 6-14, $75 for members
and $95 for program participants, registration through July
1.
• Control the Game Tennis
Camp, July 14-18, 10:30
a.m.-1 p.m., Deltaville tennis
courts, ages: 10-16, registration through July 1, $50 for
members and $75 for program
participants.
• Agility Strength Poise
Gymnastics
Camp,
July
28-August 1, 3:45-5:45 p.m.,
Middlesex Family Y Program
Center, ages 6-12, $40 for
members and $60 for program participants, registration
through July 15.
• Forge Your Path Adventure
Camp, August 4-8, 8a.m.-5:30
p.m., Bayport Boy Scout Reservation in Jamaica, ages 8-16,
$300 for members and $350
for program participants, registration through July 15.
• Sharpen Your Skills Soccer
Camp, August 18-22, 5:30-7
p.m., Middlesex Sports Complex, ages: 8-13, $50 for
members and $75 for program participants, registration
through July 15.
Call the Middlesex Family
YMCA’s Welcome Center at
776-8846 for more information.
area golf results
On April 24 the Piankatank
River Ladies Golf Association competed as mixed
flight teams using the best two
balls of the team, net, with the
following results:
First Place Team: 128,
Chong Hudgins, Patricia
Jones, Lynne Richardson.
Second Place: 129 (tiebreaker used), Gina Custis,
Sharon
Dunaway,
Zelon
Stilley.
Third Place: 129, Sue Silberhorn, Toonie Dooley, Bev
Hudgins.
* * * *
Cardinal Clippers golf
results from low cross competition on April 23 at Deer Run
Golf Course in Newport News
are as follows:
1st Flight: 1. R. Prendergast 86; 2. L. Hatch 90; 3. W.
Marinke 92.
2nd Flight: 1. J. Jackson 91;
2. C. Parrtridge 94; 3. P. Massenburg 98.
3rd Flight: 1. A. Nicastro
101; 2. J. James 101; 3. A.
Ketchum
107.
* * * *
Results of the Deer Run
Women’s Golf Association
Trophy Day competition on
April 28 are as follows:
Low Gross of Field: Kim
Williams 82.
Low Net of Field: Faye Ruf
71.
First Flight Net: Judy Spain
74; Sue Silberhorn 75.
Second Flight Net: Suzie
Henry 72; Ruth Wallace 73.
From left are Northern Neck Free Health Clinic Executive
Director Jean Nelson, students Sadie Hassman and Jordan
Abbott, and clinic volunteers Dr. Ann Kingsbury and Dr.
Milton Kingsbury.
Chesapeake Academy book
drive helps Free Health Clinic
Jordan Abbott and Sadie
Hassman know the power of
words.
The two fifth-graders at
Chesapeake
Academy
in
Irvington are avid readers who
love books and serving the
community. On their own, they
came up with a plan to combine the two loves and spread
the wealth that words can offer.
They dropped by the Northern Neck Free Health Clinic
April 11 with their collective
efforts—650 books for children who pass through the
clinic to pick up and enjoy in
their own time.
“These books are a wonderful gift,” said clinic executive
director Jean Nelson. “We can
use them in the waiting room,
and give to children who are
here for providers. What a
great idea to move these books
off the shelves and into the
hands of children who might
not have a chance to read them
otherwise. We are all truly
impressed.”
Their book drive, once it
started, engaged the whole
Chesapeake Academy community, said head of school Deborah Cook. “It was their own
idea. They did all the preparation and all the promotion,” she
said. “They went to the student
council to get support, and they
have a power-point presentation for the whole school.”
The whole school got behind
it, Cook said. The book drive
was announced at a March 5
school assembly, and on March
10 a challenge was issued: if
Jordan and Sadie collected
300 books, Cook promised to
dye her hair blue. By March 12
her fate was sealed and another
challenge was added: collect a
second 300 books, and assistant head of school Julianne
D. Keesee would do the same.
Students, parents, faculty, staff
and school trustees all donated
books, and the book drive was
concluded by March 21. Both
heads of school turned blue.
Both girls “really believe
in community service,” Cook
said, and they are already planning their next effort— a collection of socks for those in
need this fall, dubbed “Socktober.”
Jordan is the daughter of
Richard and Jan Abbott of
Weems, and Sadie is the
daughter of Doug and Corey
Hassman of Kilmarnock.
If you have ever been
involved in a Pinewood Derby
you know how exciting it
is not only for the kids but
for the adults. On Saturday,
May 3, Bill Sawyer’s Virginia
Motor Speedway (VMS) will
bring that excitement and fun
to the speedway as it hosts the
3rd Annual Truckin Thunder
Dirtwood Nationals Pinewood
Derby presented by the Virginia Army National Guard.
“We are extremely excited
to host this event and to help
raise money and awareness
for ChildHelp. We have to
thank Tom and Judy Brooks
of Truckin Thunder for the
amount of effort they put into
this event and for being a great
sponsor,” said VMS general
manager Clarke Sawyer.
The event will run as part
of Scout Night at the Races.
Gates will open at 3 p.m. for
registration with the Dirtwood
National Pinewood Derby
starting at 4 p.m. The Virginia
Army National Guard also
will have a “Pit Crew” Challenge set up under the grandstands for all in attendance to
participate.
After the Dirtwood Nationals all Scouts (Boy Scouts,
Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts),
if wearing their uniform, will
get free admission to enjoy
a night of full-sized dirt car
racing. During the evening’s
festivities VMS also will help
in raising money and awareness for the charity ChildHelp.
“I can’t wait for this year’s
Dirtwood Nationals event on
May 3. Every year the event
seems to get bigger each year.
Pairing a Pinewood Derby
event with a full-scale racing
night at Virginia Motor Speedway is a natural. Participants
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CMG to offer $5 sports school physicals
Chesapeake Medical Group
(CMG) will offer $5 sports
physicals for the upcoming
2014-15 school year for varsity and junior varsity student-athletes from Lancaster,
Northumberland, Middlesex,
Richmond, Essex, Mathews,
and Washington and Lee public
schools.
A student-athlete can obtain
a coupon and consent form for
their sports physical from their
school’s athletic department.
Colts . . .
Appointments must be made in
advance for the physicals and
are available May 19 through
August 15 at the following
locations:
CMG Hartfield Family Practice, 9891 General Puller Highway, Hartfield, 776-9221; CMG
Heathsville Family Practice,
8152 Northumberland Highway, Heathsville, 580-7200;
CMG Kilmarnock Urgent Care
& Family Practice, 86 Harris
Road, Kilmarnock, 435-2651;
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The Metro League has five age
groups. Five and six-year-olds
comprise the youngest age group
and will play flag football. Fiveyear-old participants must be 5
as of July 31, 2014. Six-year-old
participants must be 6 as of September 30, 2014.
The other four age groups will
play tackle football. They are Pee
Wees (7-8 year olds), Midgets
(9-10 year olds), Juniors (11-12
year olds) and Seniors (13-14
year olds). The eligibility date for
these age groups is September
30, 2014.
There are no weight restrictions for any age group except
the Senior age group. Fourteenyear-old Seniors have a weight
limit of 170 pounds.
Another change this year is
that each child must have a DMV
photo ID to be eligible to play.
The cost of participation in
the league is $85. Registration
forms are also available online
at www.middlesexcolts.com or
at Urbanna Builders’ Supply in
Saluda.
CMG Pediatrics, 86 Harris
Road, Kilmarnock, 435-1152;
CMG Lively Family Practice,
36 Lively Oaks Road, Lively,
462-5155; CMG Reedville
Family
Practice,
18682
Northumberland
Highway,
Reedville, 453-4537.
Students and parents are
urged not to wait until the
last minute to schedule their
appointments. Students must
present their coupons and
consent forms completed and
signed by their parents in order
for the physical to be completed. For additional information, call 804-435-8570.
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