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C - Rappahannock Record
Rappahannock Record, Kilmarnock, VA
December 11, 2008 • C1
Northern Neck
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Real Estate
Real Estate
For Rent
For Rent
$179,500. ADORABLE, easily
expandable home! 3BR/2BA.
Monaskon Road, Lancaster. 2
Acres, near Rappahannock. Owner/
licensed. Catherine Bennett, Melrose Plantation Real Estate. 804435-0321.
www.MelrosePlantation.com/
casita.html..(Nov-13-13t)
FIXER UPPER: Older home, 1.5
story, 4 bedrooms, 1-1/2BA, Heathsville area, 1 acre, $50,000. Call
Doris, 804-580-2390, Dailey Realty,
804-529-6900..(Nov-20-4t-C)
2BR COTTAGE in Kilmarnock. All
new appliances and completely
renovated. Nice yard, close to shopping etc. $725 month. References,
security required. No pets. 804-8159263..(Dec-11-3t)
CHARMING 2+BR waterfront home:
Spacious park-like setting, great
kitchen, large sunny LR w/Vermont
Casting woodstove, den, super
screened porch, CHAC, appliances,
garage, basement, furnished/unfurnished. Must see. $925/month,
includes lawn maintenance. Boat
slip available. Call 804-462-7603.
(Nov-20-4t)
$239,500. Heart of Village: 3921
Weems Road. Spacious, adorable
Cape Cod. 3BR/2BA. Large fenced
yard. Catherine Bennett, Melrose
Plantation Real Estate. 804-4350321.
www.MelrosePlantation.
com/weemscape.html..(Dec-4-13t)
$349,000. WONDERFUL Lancaster
Creek-Rappahannock River waterfront lot w/extensive frontage and
awesome views. 2 acres. Morattico
area. Catherine Bennett, Realtor.
800-711-4620 or 804-435-0321.
www.MelrosePlantation.com/
graceland.html..(Nov-13-13t)
****Port & Starboard R.E., Inc.****
100s of N’Neck properties for sale!
804-529-5555 or 804-334-8045
www.port-starboard.com
email: [email protected]
Property Shown by Land & Sea!
YEOCOMICO. Park like wooded
4 ac., 5+MLW. $375,000.
GLEBE CREEK. Coan Harbour
lot, est. 5+ MLW. $299.000.
GREENVALE CREEK. Wooded,
subdividable 20 acres. $299,900.
(Sept-4-tf)
1.16AC LOT w/2BR cozy home,
Sunset Lane, Weems, nice friendly
neighborhood. LR, FR w/parkay
floors, large bath, eat-in kitchen
w/pantry, new roof, town water.
$99,500 by owner. 843-622-5700..
(Oct-9-tf)
2 BUILDING LOTS: Farnham 2.37AC
and 2.37+AC. Private, wooded, level
w/perk sites approved. Very nice
area. $32,500 each. 804-761-5706..
(Nov-20-4t)
2+AC FOR SALE by owner. Cleared
lot, water view of Dymers Creek,
great for walking or bike riding, no
homeowner fees, close to hospital,
golf courses. Minutes from bay and
town. Ready to build your dream
home. $85,000 OBO. 804-4365903..(Dec-11-3t)
2.6 ACRES. 200ft X 490ft. R-2
zoning. Town of Kilmarnock. Treed
cul-de-sac privacy. $129,500. Kane
& Associates, Inc. 800-715-1290..
(Oct-30-13t)
2001 CLAYTON MOBILE Home on
1-1/3AC, Heathsville. 16ftX76ft,
3BR, 2BA, CHAC, fireplace, skirting. By owner, $60,000. Evenings
757-325-5942, days 804-438-4021,
Sandra..(May-1-tf)
3BR/2BA TOWNHOUSE: All on 1st
floor. Kings Mill, Williamsburg. Sunroom, LR, DR, w/double fireplace,
vaulted ceilings. Florida shutters
throughout, Brazilain Koah floors.
Lovely privacy landscaping front
and back terraces. $399,900. Call
for private showing, 757-345-6435..
(Nov-20-6t)
ATTENTION PROPERTY owners.
We’re busy closing sales! Free Competitive Marketing Sales Analysis.
Catherine Bennett, licensed Real
Estate Broker/Realtor. Melrose Plantation Real Estate, 800-711-4620.
804-435-0321..(Nov-13-13t)
BAY CUSTOM HOMES, Inc., Saluda
and Lively, VA: over 70 plans to
choose from! Beautiful system built
custom homes in a fraction of the
time. (804)758-5180 and 804-4620599.
Email:[email protected] www.baycustomhomesinc.
com.
(Sept-27-tf)
FOR SALE by owner: 4 beautiful
waterfront homes, 1 new, other 3
totally renovated. Visit our website
www.DockAndLive.com for photos
and information or call 804-2402091, 804-462-5199. Agents welcome..(Nov-20-tf)
KILMARNOCK LAND: 15AC, 1.2
miles Rt.3-W, level, $175,000. 5AC
waterfront, 4 minutes to town. Lawrence Cove, Ditchley Rd. $450,000.
Betty Hall, 804-761-3093. Virginia
Waterfront, 804-453-3701..(Oct30-13t)
OWNBY & ASSOCIATES, INC. When
planning to buy or sell real estate in
the Northern Neck or Middle Peninsula, call Diane Bennett, Ph. 804347-2235, email:[email protected]
com..(Nov. 6-13t)
OWNER ASSOCIATIONS: We provide full-services from hourly assistance to total annual management.
For free consultation call Lee Management Co., 804-436-7031, email
[email protected]
(Nov-27-13t)
REDUCED!! For Sale by owner:
2.67AC, on James Wharf Road,
White Stone. Perk approved for
3BR $33,000. Call 386-776-2900 or
386-688-0598..(Sept-11-tf)
TheHomeCraftersVa.com Your
home town builder, custom built
modular homes. 804-580-4046
Class “A” 028959A..(Aug-7-tf)
TOPPING: Price reduced! 2.5AC
lot, 220ft. stocked pond frontage.
Minutes to marina, golf, airport,
restaurants, shopping. 4BR/perc.
Protective covenants. $67,500.
Walter Lawson, Mason Realty, 804832-9109..(Nov-20-6t)
TWO GREAT WATERFRONT Deals:
1.37ac on Prentice Creek, septic
installed, 2-3ft. MLW. Reduced
to $155,000. 24.94AC on Cranes
Creek, 3-4ft. MLW, subdividable,
$450,000. Call Kevin Kuykendall,
Middle Bay Realty 804-761-4125..
(Dec-11-4t)
WEEMS: 3BR/1BA ranch on 1AC
waterview of Carters Cove. Near
new marina, nice home & lot.
$131,900. Call 757-377-1265 or
757-531-5005..(July-24-tf)
For Rent
1 BR, 1st floor, Waterfront/view apt.
in Deltaville. Includes all utilities.
Direct TV, gas fireplace, washer/
dryer, private patio. Small pet OK.
$765/month long-term. Security
deposit, references. 717-337-3326
or 301-573-5113..(Dec-4-2t)
1BR WATERFRONT: Updated,
freshly painted, clean romantic
cottage. Commanding views of
Carters. Large kitchen w/stove,
oven, refrigerator. W/D available. LR,
DR, study. Internet, trash & grass
mowing included. Fenced. Pet possible. Immediately available. $700.
804-438-5273. (Dec-11-2t)
2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS for
rent: Tapp. and Warsaw area. $650.
References. Call 804-529-9505 to
request application. Equal opportunity. (Dec-11-4t)SS
2BR WATERFRONT Cottage on
Myers Creek. Furnished or unfurnished. $700/month. Security and
credit check required. Call Lawrence
Barrack, 804-435-6161, Jim and Pat
Carter Real Estate..(Oct-9-tf)
2BR, 2BA Mobile home near Kilmarnock. CHAC. New paint, no
pets or smoking, $600 month plus
$600 security. Call 540-786-3287..
(Dec-11-tf)
2BR/1BA: Country Kitchen, LR, DR,
appliances, washer/dryer, CHAC,
shed. Between Lancaster & Kilmarnock. $750 month. Catherine Bennett, Owner-Agent, Melrose Plantation Real Estate. 804-435-0321.
www.MelrosePlantation.
com/rosecottage.html.(Dec-1113t)
CHARMING 3BR, 2BA, WATERF R O N T C O T TA G E / U R B A N N A
CREEK, PRIVATE ESTATE GORGEOUS, PRESTIGIOUS LOCATION.
PREFERENCE PROFESSIONALS,
NUMEROUS OTHER RENTALS,
GLOUCESTER, MIDDLESEX AVAILABLE. $850-$1250/MO. 804-7766500/804-761-0845.
(Dec-4-2t-C)SS
IsaBell K. Horsley
Real Estate, Ltd.
www.HorsleyRealEstate.com
CHESAPEAKE PROPERTY MGMT:
Quality care for your rental property,
vacation cottage or second home.
35 years experience. 804-436-9722.
(Sept-18-13t)
3 BEDROOM, 2 bath home in
Heathsville area, Quiet setting on one
acre lot. $850 month. Call 804-4534022, leave message. (Dec-4-2t)
3BR HOME w/1BA on farm. $900
month, 1st and last month’s rent plus
$900 security deposit required. Call
804-462-6289 or 301-292-3154..
(Oct-9-tf)
3BR, 2.5BA, HOME: Coan River
access near Lottsburg. CHAC, fireplace, carpet/hardwood, deck, 2-car
garage, $950 month. Security, references required. No pets. 804-5296287 or 804-580-1546..(Dec-4-4t)
3BR, 2BA HOUSE: Lancaster. All
appliances, gas fireplace, quiet country setting. Reduced! $800/month.
Security deposit and references
required. 804-436-6777. (Oct-23-tf)
3BR, 2BA RANCHER available while
building. Carport, CHAC, carpet/
hardwood floors, all appliances.
Adjacent to ICYCC. Short/long lease,
references, security deposit. Water
access. $1100 month. 804-462-0444..
(June-5-tf)
AVAILABLE NOW: House to rent w/
option to buy, Kilmarnock, Irvington
area, Hills Quarter. Charming 3BR,
2BA, great room, wood floors, gas
fireplace, profile kitchen, laundry,
lovely yard, maintenance free. $1500
month or sell $295,000. 804-435-1242
or 904-733-7959..(Dec-11-3t)
BRAND NEW, waterfront, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home: Minutes from
White Stone w/own beach and dock.
Stunning views across the Bay. Fully
furnished. Short or long term rental.
$1200/per month. 703-424-0835..
(Nov-13-13t)
photo-on-line
BUILDING IN THE AREA? House for
rent: $1500 month. Rural/Waterfront
3BR, 2BA, family room w/fireplace,
living room, dining room, glassed-in
porch, eat-in kitchen w/appliances,
laundry room w/washer and dryer,
and swimming pool use. All utilities,
except phone, included. Also includes:
HD Direct TV (all premium channels)
and Wireless Internet. Pictures and
floorplan available at http://www.
abilinis.com/house-for-rent.htm. 1
year lease (Minimum) and security
deposit required. Contact Rob at
804-450-0254(cell), 540-663-5737
(alt) or email [email protected]
(Dec-4-2t)
2 ROOM OFFICE, in Lively, $295
month. Call 804-462-5089..(Nov6-tf)
2+BR, 1.5BA Kilmarnock: Rancher,
2 blocks from Main St., Large private lot, $750 month. References,
security, credit check required. No
smoking. Call 804-436-7031 owner/
agent..(Dec-11-7t)
Just Listed !
off
“We are pledged to
the letter and spirit
of Virginia’s policy for
achieving equal housing
opportunity throughout
the Commonwealth. We
encourage and support
advertising and marketing programs in which
there are no barriers
to obtaining housing
because of race, color,
religion, national origin,
sex, elderliness, familial
status or handicap.
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 basis. For
more information or to
file a housing complaint
call the
Virginia Fair Housing
Office at (804) 367-8530.
Toll free call (888) 5513247. For the hearing
impaired
call (804) 367-9753.
E-mail:
[email protected]
Web site: www.fairhousing.vipnet.org.”
Yopps Cove
Carters Creek
{ Quick Bay access }
245’ Waterfront
Nine Rooms, Three Baths
Two Fireplaces 38’ Cove Room
Privacy Upscale area $795,000
Irvington - White Stone area
Beach
+ 7 Acres
‘ Ocran Road ’ Irvington or Kilmarnock, 5 minutes
Oak Floors: Dining & Living Rooms. Double Garage $299,000 $249,000
‘ Windmill Point ’
1125’ Waterfront
Fireplace, 6 Rooms
{ White Stone, 5 minutes }
Quaint
ca 1920 Home
Asking $490’s
Irvington area
300’ Waterfront
± 6 Acres
Outstanding Kitchen
Four Fireplaces
Endless Bay Views
Lancaster County
‘ Log Cabin Farm ’
Stone Chimney, Wide Pine Floors, 8 Rooms
Horse Barn, Shop Fronts Paved Road $327,000 $315,000
uced
$ Red
CHESAPEAKE BAY
COTTAGE LIVING ON THE LAKE
• Incredible Sand Beach
• 3000+ SF Contemporary
PRENTICE CREEK/CHESAPEAKE BAY
• Picturesque and Private setting
• Bay Views/Southern Exposure
• Bright and open, light filled spaces • Large Pool/Wide Water frontage
$1,125,000
$585,000
$795,000
CHESAPEAKE BAY BEACH HOUSE
CARTERS CREEK
GREAT WICOMICO RIVER
CORROTOMAN RIVER
• Charming Home
• Great Value/Just Reduced
$724,000
Northern Neck Rappahannock River
Beach l Hot Tub l Dock l Ramp
11/2 Acres 30 x 20 River Room 30 x 16 Deck
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths ±3100 sq. ft.
$549,000 $518,000
Tabbs Creek
71/2 Acres
Main House + Cottage
560’ Waterfront
4 Bedrms, 3 Baths, Fireplace
Pristine ! $695,000
CARTERS CREEK
CED
U
RED
uced
$ Red
• Furnished Beach House
• Views/Beach/Marina Close
• Year Round Cottage Living
• Great Location by Water or Land
$775,000
$674,000
• Contemporary on the River
• 3 Bedrooms/3 Baths
$690,000
• Charming Home
• Exceptional Views
$789,000
Sandra Hargett
Broker
(804) 436-3454
[email protected]
www.SandraHargett.com
607 Rappahannock Drive, P.O. Box 225, White Stone, VA 22578, (804) 436-9145 • 1-877-229-7772
Lancaster off Rappahannock
$700,000 $595,000
6’ MLW ±Acre 4 Bedrms, 21/2 Baths, Fireplace
758-2430
Urbanna
Nelson Horsley Jr. 435-0773
Paul Levine
725-8309
Glenn Kelley
436-6087
Stacey Brent
435-3731
Catherine Crabill 436-6701
435-2644
White Stone
Katie Horsley Dew
David Dew
Hunter Sledd
Julie Kellum
Bob Gutknecht
IsaBell Horsley 776-0509
436-6256
436-3106
370-0500
761-7255
436-5893
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Rappahannock Record • Kilmarnock, VA • December 11, 2008
For Rent
Vacation Rentals
COMMERCIAL RENTAL: Prime
office rental location in Irvington,
available in December. Almost
1400sf plus reception, conference
room and kitchen facilities. John
Dorsey. Call 804-438-9890. (Sept4-tf)
BEAUTIFULLY furnished historic
home, Indian Creek, Kilmarnock.
“Lynhams.” 2 BR/2BA. Fireplace.
CableTVs. Boating. $140 night/
weekly-1 night free. Visa/MC. www.
MelrosePlantation.com/
lynhams.html. 800-711-4620.
(Nov-13-13t)
DITCHLEY: 3BR, 2BA estate house
w/2-car garage. Fully equipped
kitchen. Washer & dryer provided.
Large porch w/beautiful estate
views. Very private. All lawn care
included. 6 months lease $1100mth.
Security deposit and references
required. Call 804-435-0177..(Nov27-tf)
DYMER CREEK: 3BR, 2BA, den,
CHAC, appliances, dock. Available
January 1. $900 month. Security
and references required. No smoking. 804-740-7910..(Nov-27-4-C)
FURNISHED CARTERS waterview.
Weems. 2 bedrooms, sunroom,
LR, DR, deck. Remodeled home
with new kitchen and bath. New
appliances. New CHAC. Mowing
included. $900. 804-438-5273..
(Dec-4-4t)
HEATHSVILLE, near Courthouse:
2100sf, 4BR, 2BA, large front porch,
newly remodeled kitchen, washer/
dryer, new dual-zone heat pump,
w/oil backup, $995 month. References, deposit required. 804-9169365..(Nov-20-tf)
KILMARNOCK APT: 1BR plus den/
study & 1 bath, walking distance to
shops & restaurants. $825 a month,
includes utilities & security deposit
required. Call Tara, 804-436-1287..
(Sept-18-13t)
KILMARNOCK, Spacious 2 bedroom, 2 bath duplex, large attic,
quiet neighborhood, walking distance to town, all appliances including washer/dryer, $750, references
and security deposit required. 804436-6777..(Oct-2-tf)
KILMARNOCK: 2BR/1BA, LR, DR,
screened porch, huge basement,
corner lot, in town, available immediately, $745/month. No pets, credit
check and security deposit required.
Call 804-497-0179..(Dec-4-2t)
KILMARNOCK: Harvey Lane. 2BR,
2BA townhouse. Fenced back
yard, full basement, washer/dryer
included. $750 month. Credit check,
security. Al Ludwig, Bay Meadows
Real Estate, 804-436-1287..(Nov13-tf)
KILMARNOCK: In town: 3BR,
2-1/2BA rambler, great room w/
fireplace. Beautiful, private setting.
Available January 2009. $1400/
month. Security deposit required.
Rent w/option available. Call 804761-5111 for more information and
pictures..(Dec-4-4t)
KILMARNOCK: Office space available in prime location. Call for
details. 804-436-1287, ext 105..
(Nov-13-13t)
MILL CREEK, waterfront: Sailboat
depth, pier, Wicomico Church.
Greatroom w/fireplace, 2BR, and
office, kitchen, dining area with
fireplace, screened porch, beautiful
views, private. $1100 month, years
lease, credit check, security deposit.
804-436-6659, Dottie MacDonald,
Jim and Pat Carter Real Estate..
(Dec-4-tf)
ONE BEDROOM Upstairs apt.,
Reedville/Burgess, responsible,
no-smoking person, application
requested, $600 plus electricity
and security deposit. Call 804-4533367..(Dec-4-2t)
RENT W/OPTION to buy: New
3BR, 2BA rambler in Reedville,
$995monthly rent, $500 monthly
credit towards closing. Call 804436-9722, Chesapeake Property
Mgmt..(Nov-27-4t)
RENTAL PROPERTIES Needed:
Looking for a home to rent or want
to rent your home? Contact Terrie
Dort, Rental-Agent, Ann Meekins
Realtors, 804-435-9090, [email protected]
annmeekins.com.
(Oct-9-13t)
WATER ACCESS COMMUNITY:
3BR, 2BA house with LR/DR combo,
sunroom, shed, huge yard. Available immediately for $775/month.
Completely renovated. Close to
Millenbeck, Call 804-497-0179..
(Dec-4-2t)
WATERFRONT COTTAGE. Private,
1-1/2 acres, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath
w/attached garage, 8 minutes to
Urbanna. Year lease, $900/month.
804-436-3771..(Dec-4-2t)SS
WATERFRONT HOME, Tabbs
Creek, White Stone. Available January 2009 through mid-December
2009. Partially furnished, pets
allowed, 4BR/2.5BA plus outdoor
shower, screened porch, high speed
internet, Direct TV, 2-car attached
garage, 3-boat dock space w/water
and power. E-mail
[email protected](Dec-11-tf)
WATERFRONT VICTORIAN Home:
Lottsburg area, 3BR, 2BA, D/W,
W/D, handicap/wheelchair accessible, pets OK. $1200 mo. includes
all utilities including direct TV. 804529-6868..(Oct-16-13t)
WEDDINGS, REUNIONS, parties,
meetings or any occasion that
requires rental space. New chapel/
hall w/kitchen and bathrooms, White
Stone area. Call for information and
reservations, 804-725-2889..(Dec11-3t-C)SS
CORROTOMAN RIVER waterfront
home, Lancaster. “Fish Tales”. Fireplace. Piano. CableTVs. 3BR/2BA.
Boating, tennis. $150 night/weekly-1
night free. Visa/MC. www.MelrosePlantation.com/
cbtbrental.html. 800-711-4620.
(Nov-13-13t)
FLORIDA KEYS, Marathon: Luxury
2BR, 2-1/2BA townhome w/50ft
boat slip, pool, tennis, beach. $1500
week, $4500 month. available Dec,
Jan and from March 16 and on.
804-529-6131..(Dec-11-tf)
HILTON HEAD: 1 bdr condo vacation rental. Ocean view unit in beach
front building. Balcony, full kitchen,
pull-out sofa & pool. Walk to Coligny
Plaza. $750/week; nightly rates
available. Visit vrbo.com/121800
for photo/details. 904-223-1727..
(May-15-tf)
REEDVILLE, VA: Waterfront house,
daily/wkly/wkend/monthly w/lighted
dock & ramp. Great for family
vacations, fishing parties. Email
[email protected] or visit www.
rivahbizz.com, 804-745-1422..
(Dec-4-13t)
WATERFRONT: Beautifully furnished
vacation homes on Northern Neck
& Middle Peninsula. Available daily/
weekly/monthly. Visit website at
www.vacationrentalsvirginia.com
or call 804-436-9722. Chesapeake
Property Management. (Oct-3013t)
For Sale
*
ANTIQUES: We buy, sell and conduct Estate sales for Antiques. Call
Steve at 1-800-497-0083 or 804435-1207. We also do appraisals.
Kilmarnock Antique Gallery www.
virginia-antiques.com
(June-5-tf)
1920s CONOVER GRAND piano,
5ft6in w/bench, recently reconditioned, fast responsive action w/
full rich tone. Conover was manufactured by Cable Piano Co. as their
premier instrument. Ideal church
piano. Delivered and tuned, $1600.
Stubbe Piano Service, 804-4625822..(Dec-4-3t)
1996 SUZUKI 125 ATV, runs great,
$800. Call 804-438-5322. (Dec4-2t)
2002 HONDA Shadow Sabre
motorcycle: Beautiful, custom paint,
orange w/flames, $6000 negotiable.
Call Brent, 804-462-5019..(Oct2-13t)
2004 TERRY 39.8ft. Camper: 2
slides w/bunkhouse. Full fridge, deck,
never towed. $18,500. 2006 Sandpiper
camper 31ft, 2 slides w/bunkhouse.
$18,500. 2005 Key Largo boat, 115HP
Yamaha, t-top, curtain, 100 hours.
$13,500. Gas stove, $100. Table saw,
$100. 757-869-3775..(Dec-11-2t)
26cf SAMSUNG, black side-by-side
refrigerator: w/bottom pull-out freezer.
3-months old, under warranty, $950.
Yamaha drum set, w/extras, 1 year old.
$675. Call 804-436-5015..(Dec-4-2t)
3 PIECE ARMOIRE/ Entertainment
Center: Maple, 77inHx100inWx22inD.
Photos available on line. $300. Call
804-453-7322..(Dec-11-4t)
4-WAY CLOTHING Racks, other store
fixtures. Dawson’s Ltd., Main St., Kilmarnock..(Oct-2-13t)
40 WINKS Mattress Store where
you sleep better for less! Twin sets
$199.99. Full sets $249.99. Courthouse Antiques, Rt.17, South By
Pass, Saluda VA. 804-758-4861..
(Oct-16-13t)SS
55in MITSUBISHI 1080HD rear projection TV. Excellent condition. Will
include Sony video control center
receiver and Sony 5 disc CD changer,
$400. Call 804-462-0161..(Dec-4-2t)
8-PIECE ITALIAN wall unit bedroom
set: Queen/king bed, 1-1/2 years old.
Perfect condition, $1000. New was
$3500. Call 804-462-3247 or 804-4620551..(Nov-27-4t)
AFFORDABLE LUXURY Linen for
everyday use! Why drive to buy towels,
sheets,, pillows, comforters, bedspreads, gifts. Call Katherine Courtney,
consultant for Private Quarters Linens,
804-436-1325..(Sept-25-13t)
For Sale
For Sale
ANTIQUE solid Mahogany DR set
w/6 chairs, china, side board. Excellent condition, $2000. Call 804-8158945..(Dec-4-2t)
HOVEROUND, MPV4, electric
wheel-chair. Lightly used. New
batteries, $1500 negotiable. Call
804-438-5717..(Dec-11-3t)
ANTIQUE VICTORIAN solid mahogany love seat and chair. $1000. Call
804-815-8945. (Dec-4-2t)
HP DESKTOP COMPUTER with
17in color monitor, printer and
desk. $150. Call 804-436-1517..
(Dec-4-2t-C)
ANTIQUE WALNUT parlor organ,
Cornish & Company ca 1890,
45”wx25”dx95”h. $550 or best offer.
804-580-8301..(Dec-11-2t)
ANTIQUES’ BUSINESS for sale in
Urbanna, VA. Call 804-758-2000 for
more information..(Dec-4-4t)
ANTIQUES: Historical prints/documents, civil war prints and maps,
furniture and gifts. Established shop
at the light in Callao is seeking dealers
and consignments. Call 804-5296623..(Oct-2-13t)
APPLIANCES: Cuisinart 600W
blender w/3-cup food processer, like
new, $50. Frigidare vaccum sealer,
new/unused, $35. Talix Food Saver,
VAC370, new/unused, $35. 804-4620884..(Dec-11-3t)
ARBONNE Swiss anti-aging formulas
work! Pure, safe, beneficial ingredients. Complimentary facials, samples
plus special holiday products are
available now. Call Katherine Courtney, 804-436-1325. (Sept-25-13t)
BICYCLE, LIKE NEW road bike,
18 speed 21in Schwinn voyageur,
Shimano gears. Great Christmas
present. $150. Call 804-462-0035..
(Dec-4-2t)
BLACK LAB PUPPIES: AKC, born
10/8/08. Females. $350. Family raised
with kids. Call after 4p.m. 804-5295704..(Dec-11-2t)
BULK HARDWOOD mulch and bulk
mushroom compost available at Farm
& Home Supply, Inc., 469 N. Main St.,
P.O. Box 249, Kilmarnock, Virginia.
Phone 804-435-3177..(Oct-2-13t)
CHAIRS, STACKABLE Grey padded
seats/backs, black steel frames. 5
armless, 5 w/arms, 2 w/padded arms,
$25 each. Shooting Bench: Heavy
duty, portable, $50. 804-580-8301.
(Dec-11-2t)
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS on all Stihl
products. Free Home Maintenance
Kit and a Free Western Cedar Bird
Feeder. Better check us out! Chimney
Corner. 804-694-5385 or 804-7252471..(X)SS
COMMERCIAL FLOOR buffer, Clark
#1200, like new, used only 6 times,
very good condition. $800. Leave
message. 804-438-5895, or 804-4365826..(Dec-11-4t)
DIAMONDBACK WILDWOOD
Tandem Bike (bicycle built for two).
Excellent condition. Used twice. Sells
new starting at $680, asking $500.
Call 804-758-4161..(Dec-4-2t)
DUAL RECLINER loveseat: Blue
upholstery, very good condition.
$100 OBO. Call after 5p.m., 804435-6361..(X)
DURA-HEAT KEROSENE heater: new
and unused, DH 2302, 2300 BTU
per hour, $45. Call 804-462-0884..
(Dec-11-3t)
EXCELLENT HAY, Timothy Brom
50lb. bales $8. Sawdust $30 pickup load. Now BOARDING A+ horse
care, all service facility with lighted
and covered arenas. Well broke and
cared for horses for lease by week or
month. Hartfield . Call Melinda 804776-0606..(Dec-11-2t)SS
FIREWOOD: All seasoned, all split
white oak. Call for very reasonable
prices, delivery outside Lancaster
is extra. 804-443-0217 or 804-5729207..(Nov-20-13t)
FIREWOOD: Oak, poplar, and cherry.
You select, cut and load from stacked
logs, $50 pickup load, prepaid. See
Mac at Mac’s Auto World, 804-4356660. (Dec-11-2t)
FORD 2000 Tractor: Very good
mechanical condition and paint,
$5995. Call 804-580-4455..(Dec11-3t)
GREAT HOLIDAY Gift Ideas: Nautical
gifts, flags, hand painted furniture.
Shop early for Christmas! Courthouse Antiques, Rt. 17, South By
Pass Saluda, VA. 804-758-4861..
(Oct-16-13t)SS
GUN SAFE: Browning Medallion 13
gun EZ out safe. Gloss black, like
new condition, $500. 804-453-4018..
(Dec-4-2t)
HAY: High quality, weed free, nutritious, orchard grass, for your well
cared for horses and other live-stock.
Square bales, Cologne, VA, 757-8978139..(June-5-tf)
Indian Creek Apartments
Now featuring (1) and (2) bedroom apartments.
(1) bedroom $46900-$61800
(2) bedrooms $50600-$69200
For a limited time only, offering 1st month free
Handicap/Wheelchair accessible
Applications may be picked up at
501 Southport Lane, Kilmarnock, VA 22482
(804) 435-2997 or 435-3810
WEEMS VILLAGE: Private and
secluded, lovely 2-story 2BR, 2BA
cottage, CHAC, large storage building. $850 month. Mark Allen, 804241-4090..(Dec-11-3t)
WEEMS: 4BR/3.5BA w-2car garage.
3000sf home. 1st floor master suite.
Quiet neighborhood w/waterview.
Large kitchen, CHAC. 1st month
rent and security deposit required.
Call 804-436-3223, leave message..
(Dec-11-3t)
WHITE STONE: Residential/commercial. Fabulous location to live
w/room for small business. 1900sf,
3BR/1.5BA, main house w/addition and half bath. Great write-off
potential. Walk to everything. Call
804-436-3630. (Feb-21-tf)
WINDMILL POINT Road: 4BR, 2BA
waterfront on 2+AC. 2 car garage.
No pets/smoking. Credit check,
security required. $1800/month.
OLREA. Call 804-436-0165..(May29-tf)
To Place Your Ad
Call 435-1701
New Construction
Professional Renovations
Michael Harvey
Kilmarnock, VA 22482
804.435.8999
Class A 2705 102998A
Member: National Association of Home Builders
KENMORE ELITE washer and
dryer, digital controls, white, like
new, $500 for pair. 804-435-3803..
(Dec-4-2t)
LIVE CHRISTMAS Trees: 5 varieties
(some are tall). Hartfield, VA. 804776-6043..(Dec-4-2t)
MAROON SATIN dress by David’s
Bridal. Size 8. Perfect except needs
new zipper and cleaning. Worn
once. Call 804-435-6074 before
9p.m. $45..(Dec-11-2t)
NEW ADIRONDACK CHAIRS, $79.
Nice any time gifts. Quality wood
swings, picnic tables, lawn and deck
furniture. Leslie R. Dawson Jr. 804580-6391. (Nov-6-13t-C)
PIANOS: Baby Grand, Bramback,
walnut finish w/bench, $2500.
Free delivery. Baldwin “Acrosonic”
Spinet, Mahogany finish, $1500.
Call 804-436-3622..(Nov-20-4t-C)
PINE STRAW, bulk hardwood
mulch, bulk Nutra Green compost,
and railroad ties available at your
Landscape headquarters. The
Earth Store, 161 Technology Park
Drive, Kilmarnock 804-435-7777..
(Oct-23-13t)
ROD & REEL Combos, new, never
used. 2-Penn Special Senator rod
w/Shimano TLD 20 reel, $150 each.
2-Penn Spinfisher Big Game rod
w/Penn 7500SS reel, $125 each.
1-Penn Spinfisher big Game rod w/
Penn 8500SS reel, $125. 804-4534018..(Dec-4-2t)
SPEAKERS: Sub woofers, Boston
Acoustics model VR 2000, 18inwX20inDX20inH, black. Originally
$1200 each, now $325 each. 2
available. Excellent condition, 804580-8301. (Dec-11-2t)
STEEL ARCH BUILDINGS: Save
thousands. Three cancelled orderswill sell for balance owed. 20’x20’
and 25’x40’. Call today for huge
savings. 866-352-0469. (Dec-4-2t)
TONY LITTLE’S Gazelle Edge Glider
exercise machine: New and assembled. $60. Call 804-453-3051..
(Dec-11-3t)
TWO FEMALE Chinchillas: Large
cage, toys, food. Cost $600, call and
make an offer. Call 804-436-6680..
(Dec-11-2t)
WEDDING GOWN plus veil: Size
16 adjustable. Satin, ivory, long
sleeves, bodice deeply embroidered
in pearls on lace, buttons up back,
long train. $400. 804-453-3705..
(Nov-27-3t-C)
Yard Sales
ESTATE/MOVING SALE: Furniture,
orientals, chandeliers, electronics
and supplies, generators, flat screen
TVs, hand and power tools, computers, antiques, electrical supplies,
dining room, leather chairs, new
gifts, washer/dryer, side-by-side
refrigerator, antique desks, custom
doors, Whirlpool tub, ceramic, tiles,
remodeling supplies, DitchWitch w/
blades, enclosed trailer w/shelves,
Harley Davidson motorcycles, utility vans. Entire contents of 3000sf
home, garage, garden shed and
yard stuff. Too much to mention!
Everything must go! Rt. 3 to Lively
light, 201 to 354 south, left on
Ottoman Ferry Rd., right on Oak
Hill Rd (going towards Yankee Point
Marina), 210 Oak Hill Rd., Priced to
go. First come first serve. Saturday,
12/13 and Sunday 12/14, 8a.m.until..(X)
INSIDE/OUTSIDE Yard Sale: Benefit Northumberland County Animal
Shelter, 9a.m.-1p.m., December
13, Northumberland School Board
Building, Lottsburg. Fresh Christmas
wreaths for sale. Also open Tues,
9a.m.-12p.m./Fri. 12-4p.m..(X)
LAST SHOPPING weekend before
the holidays at The Country Rooster,
8870 Mary Ball Rd., Lancaster
(across from LHS). Open Fri &
Sat, Dec 12&13, 10a.m.-3p.m. Gift
items, old and new, plus 50% off red
dot specials..(X)
THE RECORD
ONLINE
www.rrecord.com
804-435-2294
Serving you in two locations:
Northern Neck 804-435-2294
434 Rappahannock Ave • White Stone
Middle Peninsula 804-725-2292
32 Church St. • Mathews
Chesapeake Bay Beach
House Renovated in 2004
1.5 cape style home w/4
bdrms, 2 baths on private wire sand beach on
Chesapeake Bay. All appliances and furniture convey.
$697,537.
Chesapeake
Bay
and
Stutts Creek. Spectacular
home with views of the Bay
from Stutts Creek. Protected
anchorage on a cove. Pier
w/boat and jet ski lifts. Tastefully remodeled w/updated
kitchen, hardwood and tile
floors. Florida/sun room off
large deck on waterside. $796,000.
Potomac Bay Estates – Custom Waterfront 3b 2b Home offers Privacy in a Quiet and Serene Setting. Cathedral in Great
Room with Stone Fireplace. Spacious Rooms, Hardwood and
Tile Floors. Gorgous Kitchen w/Granite counters, Wellborn Maple Cabinets, Jen Air appliances. Lovely water views throughout home. Private Master Suite and Luxury Bath w/Jacuzzi.
New Private Pier. So Much to offer at new price –$549,300.
Deep Harbor – Wide Water
Views –Sandy ShorelineThis cottage on the Corrotoman River awaits your TLC.
Large Waterside Deck to enjoy the Views and Sounds of
Waterside Living. $429,000.
New this week two lots on quiet street in quaint town of Irvingtion. 30 acres each. $91,000
Ginney Point New Listing!
Waterfront Lot on Cobbs
Creek with 6’depth and
Water Views of Creek and
Piankatank River. Call for
details. $395,000.
New 1760’ Rancher with
Public Pier/Access ¼ mile
and Beach less than 2miles!
New Price @ $229,000.
Water Access Cottage in
Waterfront community. Furnished, Small Boat $84,900
Waterfront on Mill Creek $149,900-1ac lot
14.78 Wooded acres-99,000 possible owner financing
Damerontown Rd -2 lots-3ac-$29,000 and 1.6 $22,000–mobiles allowed
Waterfront-Horn Harbor-pier permit $79,900
Waterfront-recreational $13,900
New listing Dymer Shores.......wooded lot in waterfront subdivision.$10,000.
Michael
Brown,
Broker
Alex
Hudgins
Lianne
White
John
Caperton
Nancy
Jagger,
Asoc. Broker
Laura
Pierce
James
“Jim W.
Richards
Kevin
Mitchem
Cynthia
“Cindy”
Balderson
BoatsMotors
Work Wanted
Business Services
Notices
2002 18ft. CAROLINA SKIFF Sea
Chaser: 90HP Yamaha O/B, CC,
fishfinder, compass, HH GPS and
VHF, console and hull cover, trailer,
excellent condition, $8000. 804453-4770..(Dec-11-5t)
A1 ROTOTILLING SMALL GARDENS $59.95: Trenching $1.25 foot
($100 min), grass and bush-hog
cutting, backhoe grading work,
etc. 804-462-7022, leave message
or e-mail [email protected] (Dec4-13t)
CARPENTRY AND VINYL siding
and replacement windows, decks,
painting and small repairs. 25
years experience. Call George
Lackert, 804-435-0475..(Sept25-13t)
NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE
TRUSTEE’S SALE
2003 WELLCRAFT Sportsman 18ft,
150HP VMax outboard, low hours,
average retail $15,000. Will sell for
1/2 price $7500. Call 804-435-2834,
leave message..(Dec-4-4t)
2006 SAILFISH: 21.8WA cuddy,
150HP Yamaha, sport fishing package, curtains, electronics, trailer,
6-year motor warranty, only 44
hours. Asking $35,500. 804-3707038..(Nov-20-4t)
C. SCOTT VAIL
YACHT BROKERAGE
70 Rappahannock Road
IRVINGTON, VA
804-438-6443
Power
2005 Mainship 430-$465,000
1998 Grand Banks 42’-$385,000
Gentleman’s Deadrise 51’
$236,500
1987 Present 46’ Trawler-$134,500
1978 Chris Craft 45’ MY-$97,500
‘86 Heritage 40’ Trawler-$138,500
1987 Carver 38’ Aft Cabin-$79,000
1983 Grand Banks 36 ft.-SOLD
1981 Grand Banks 36’- $114,900
2005 Rinker 342 Fiesta-$79,500
1976 Egg Harbor 33ftSF-$39,900
2007 Elliott Bay Diesel Launch
$44,500
Sail
1983 Bristol 38.8-$125,000
1984 Bristol 31.1-$57,000
1979 Alden 44’MK I-$185,000
1976 Whitby 42’-$84,000
1980 Pearson 40’-PENDING
1979 Tartan 37’-$69,000
1983 Freedom 32ft, $35,000
1966 Ericson 5.5 Meter-$15,000
1981 Pearson Flyer 30’-$18,000
Celebrating “10 Years”
Buyers Market now!
www.yachtworld.com/cscottvail
(X)
CUSTOM YACHT SERVICE
YACHT BROKERAGE
96 SEAFOOD LANE
IRVINGTON, VA
804-438-5563
www.yachtworld.com/customyacht
Power
1997 22’ Angler - $17,000
28’ 2001 Boston Whaler - $65,600
28’ 1985 Chris Craft - $16,000
29’ 1994 Luhrs - $79,900
23’ 1998 Gracy White - $31,900
30’ 1999 Pursuit - $110,000
SS
(Aug-7-tf)
WANTED: YAMAHA 115HP-150HP
outboard, 20in shaft. Call Dr. Kaufman at 703-362-0780..(Oct-2-tf)
Marine Services
HAVE YOU SEEN your boat bottom
lately? Have you lost any knots? If
so, you may need my dive service.
804-435-3450..(Oct-30-13t)
KLEENFUEL: Fuel polishing, tank
cleaning using the Ocean Marine
System. USCG licensed and insured.
Save on your boat downtime. Visa
& Mastercard accepted. Cell, 804694-6040. (Oct-2-13t)
MARINE SERVICES: Experienced
mobile mechanic. Gasoline, diesel,
transmissions, carburetors, other
systems, OB/IB and electrical. Hundreds of engines and transmissions
rebuilt. Excellent diagnostics ability.
Rich, 804-529-5912..(Nov-6-13t)
NAUTI NELL’S Consignments:
Turn your serviceable equipment,
hardware, motors, boats & nautical
treasures into cash. 14 years selling
experience. Call for information.
804-776-9811, Deltaville. (Oct-1613t)SS
R&J MARINE SERVICE: Mobile
repairs, low prices, fast response.
Call 804-435-7906 or cell 804-4501945..(Oct-2-13t)
Help Wanted
CARPENTER or CARPENTER’S
Helper: Must have own transportation. Experienced preferred but will
train. Call 804-435-3899 or 804436-3493..(Mar-29-tf)
EXPERIENCED HVAC Technicians:
Full-time, must be dependable and
energetic. Benefits Include: Paid
hospitalization, Life & Disability
Insurance, Vacation, Holidays, Sick
Leave & Retirement Plan. Must have
dependable transportation to and from
work and an acceptable DMV driving record. All applicants will remain
confidential. Phone 800-913-9339,
Northern Neck area..(Feb-24-tf)
LOCAL KILMARNOCK CPA firm has
openings for entry level bookkeepers,
full and part-time. Visit www.AlgaCPA.
com for details and an application
form. Fax completed application form
to 804-435-2648..(Nov-6-8t)
NEED A NEW CAREER?
Truck Driver Training
Train Locally at
Rappahannock Community
CollegeóGlenns
INSTRUCTORS NEEDED
For more information call:
1-888-878-4CDL
(Jan-13-tf)SS
NEEDED: Responsible, experienced
person w/references to care for 3/
yr old boy and 18/mo old girl in
my home, White Stone, Mon-Fri
7a.m.-4p.m. Girl has severe food
allergies w/strict diet and medication requirements. Must have own
reliable transportation. 804-4362767, leave message if no answer..
(Nov-13-8t)
P/T, The LEARNING Center is looking
for a kind, loving, and patient teacher.
Must love teddy bears and hugs. Call
Mary at 804-435-6221..(Dec-4-2t)
THE NORTHERN NECK Regional
Jail is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time
health care professional at a starting annual salary $32,064. Jail
nurses enjoy benefits such as paid
holidays, paid health insurance,
paid retirement, $2000 annual college tuition assistance, paid life
insurance, salary enhancements
for college degree, level of training
and salary enhancements based on
performance. Applicants must successfully complete a background
investigation, polygraph, medical
and fitness for duty examinations.
Minimum requirement of licensed
LPN. Applications may be picked
up at the jail 804-333-6419 or downloaded from
www.nnrj.state.va.us
(Dec-4-4t)
AFFORDABLE DAYCARE Available:
Experienced child care provider
available to care for your children
in my smoke-free, safe home or
full-time in your home. M-F. 804724-1457..(Nov-27-4t-C)
BUSINESS PROFESSIONAL: Marketing communications (proposals,
plans, training manuals, reports,
etc.), PR, data entry, bookkeeping,
office administration. International
experience. NN pricing. Loaded PC.
Maggie, 804-529-6221, [email protected]
verizon.net
(Dec-11-4t-C)
BUSINESS WRITER: What you
need...resume, presentation, web
content, marketing plan, brochure,
editing, etc. talented consultant
delivers fresh quality content at local
pricing. Kristine, 804-453-3513..
(Nov-13-13t)
CAREGIVER: Available for sitting
with the elderly or sick, running
errands, light cleaning, meal preparation, transportation, etc. Call 804758-5378..(Nov-13-4t)
EXPERIENCED PERSON w/Microsoft Word, Excel, Access and Quickbooks skills seeking work to do from
home: Billing, maintain databases,
correspondence, events management. Resume available. 804-4626284
[email protected](Sept-18-13t)
CLARKE’S CLEANING and General Maintenance Service, Inc.
Re s i d e n t i a l a n d c o m m e rc i a l .
Licensed and insured, weekly or
monthly. References available. Call
804-438-6869..(Nov-27-13t)
CONCRETE FINISHER: Patios,
footings, slabs, sidewalks, driveways, backfill site work. Draining
solutions: French drains, slab
drains, catch basins. Licensed/
insured. 804-435-2198, Top Notch
Concrete, Gary Clingan..(Dec4-13t)
D’S CONSTRUCTION: Home additions, renovations, decks, fences,
sheds, vinyl siding, painting. All
construction projects, large &
small. Free estimates, good references, licensed/insured. 804-4506900, fast response..(Oct-23-13t)
DECORATIVE PAINTING: Murals,
glazes, stripes, textures, stencils,
stamps, faux marble, brick, stone,
etc., painted on your walls, floors
or furniture. Insured. Lausanne,
804-815-6851.
www.marshhawkstudio.com
(Sept-4-13t)
Additional terms will be announced
at the time of sale and the successful bidder will be required to execute
and deliver to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract
of the sale at the conclusion of
bidding.
ON THE NAIL Contracting: Class
A contractor, licensed and insured.
Charles Harris, contractor. Call
804-725-7550(o), 804-8154686(c). Framing, flooring, windows, decks, additions, siding and
more. (Jan-17-tf)
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
Rosenberg & Associates, LLC
(Attorney for Commonwealth
Trustees, LLC)
7910 Woodmont Avenue,
Suite 750
Bethesda, Maryland 20814
301-907-8000
www.rosenberg-assoc.com
(Dec-4-2t)
HOUSECLEANING: I do it all, including windows and carpets. 21 years
experience with references. Serving Lancaster and Middlesex. Free
estimates. Joan’s Housecleaning,
804-758-5378.
(Sept-18-13t)
GRASSCUTTING, bush-hogging
and driveway maintenance. Harris
Lawn Service, Charles Harris,
804-453-3279, e-mail [email protected]
kaballero.com..
(Dec-11-13t)
PETS/HOUSE Sitting: Need an
experienced person to take care of
your pet/home while you’re away?
Call 804-436-6022. References
available. (Oct-30-13t)
Wanted To Buy
WANTED WORLD WAR II military
items. American, German, Japanese
uniforms, swords, guns, metals,
documents, photos, insignia and
equipment. Cash offers. 804-8433108..(Nov-20-13t)
Business Services
$AFFORDABLE COMPUTER
repair$. Specializing in laptops and
virus repairs. Upgrades available.
Quick turn-around time. Paul’s PC
Repair, 804-435-9147 or 804-4367809..(Oct-23-13t)
***COMPUTER REPAIR*** Hardware, software, virus removal,
tune-up. On site or off, quick
response, fast turn around, reasonable rates. Experienced. Steve,
804-580-1261..(Dec-11-13t)
1-2-3! That’s how quick we’ll
respond. Cutting Edge Lawn Service: Resident/commercial. Competitive, reasonable rates, insured,
free estimates. Serving all N’Neck
counties. 804-580-2331,
leave message..(Sept-25-13t)
AAA HANDYMAN: Everybody
needs a hand. Let me be your
handyman. Family business 30/
years. Windows, doors, floors,
roofs, porches. Free estimates. Keith, 804-758-4422,
804-824-8105(Nov-20-13t)
AFFORDABLE PRESSURE Washing by Power Wash of Virginia, hot/
cold water capabilities: Homes,
roofs, decks, cleaned/sealed
- senior citizen discounts, free
estimates. 804-462-0616
www.powerwashofva.com (Dec4-13t)
ASHBURN CONSTRUCTION:
Licensed and insured. 40 years
experience in remodeling, new
houses, roof work, repairs, additions, decks, framing, etc. Free
estimates. Call William, 804-4356506..(Nov-27-tf)
AT YOUR SERVICE Bail Bonds,
Available 24/7. Locally owned,
assisting in the quick release of
family, friends or employees. Confidential and affordable. www.aysbailbonds.com, 800-918-2636..
(Dec-4-4t-C)
ATTENTION!! WE DO what regular
cleaners won’t do: Walls, skylights,
windows, gutters, painting, small
home repairs, any/all cleaning,
powerwashing. Insured, bonded.
Bob, 1-804-436-2241. Cleaning
Professionals..(Nov-13-13t)
BACKHOE SERVICES: Land grading, snow removal, trenching,
stump removal, back filling, sitework, shoreline restoration, lot
clearing. Commercia/residential.
Small jobs or hourly. Locally owned,
804-435-2198..(Dec-4-13t)
improved real property, with an
abbreviated legal description of
Lot 12, Section 1, SHERWOOD
FOREST SHORES, and as more
fully described in the aforesaid Deed
of Trust.
LOWERY CARPENTRY Services,
LLC: Hardwood floors, cabinets, trim, decks, water damage,
remodeling, etc. 25 years experience. Free estimates, licensed and
insured. Phil Lowery, 804-7581445..(Oct-23-13t)
FALL CLEAN-UP, Bush-Hogging,
tree/debris removal, lot clearing,
hauling, other services available.
H&L Services, Brent Hall, Kevin
Lewis, 804-462-0780 or 804-4350028..(Sept-25-13t)
PA I N T I N G : D e c o r a t i v e , i n t e rior, exterior. Specializing in old
homes, metal roofs, signs, decks,
minor home repairs, landscaping.
Honest, dependable. Free estimates, Call Bill, 804-435-3412..
(Dec-11-2t)
PORTABLE SAW MILL: Turn your
downed trees into lumber or cash.
2000-5000 board feet daily. Large
capacity capable of cutting any
size lumber. Jonah, 804-2400285..(Jan-17-tf)
POWER WASHING: Decks, docks,
houses, brick, concrete. Quality
service since 1995. Call the professionals, Under Pressure Power
Washing Services, 804-435-2559..
(Oct-2-13t)
TREE SERVICES: Trimming, cutting down, hauling away, lot clearing bushhogging, free estimates.
Fully insured. Firewood for sale,
seasoned hardwood. O.D. Taylor
804-435-3557 after 6p.m..(Oct9-13t)
WALLPAPER-WALLPAPER- www.
wallpapercarl.com All types of
wallpapers and borders installed,
Grasscloth, untrimmed, no problem! Premium results. Local references. HATE wallpaper, want it
gone-call 804-725-1919, cell-804725-8108. www.wallpapercarl.
com..(June-22-tf)
WILLIAMS TOWING: Insured for
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804.435.1701, ext 19
TRUSTEE SALE
365 Hopedale Farm Road, Reedville, VA 22539
Northumberland County
In execution of a Deed of Trust in
the original principal amount of
$132,000.00, with an annual interest rate of 4.50% †ARM †from
Mary G. Gravatt and Garland S.
Gravatt, Jr. dated June 14, 2004
recorded in the Clerk’s Office of
the Circuit Court of the County Of
Northumberland, Virginia, in Deed
Book 579, at page 520, default
having occurred in the payment of
the Note thereby secured and at
the request of the holder of said
Note, the under≠signed Substitute
Trustee will offer for sale at public
auction at the entrance to the Circuit
Court of Northumberland County, 39
Judicial Place (New Courthouse),
Heathsville, Virginia, on December
15, 2008 at 1:30 o’clock pm the
property described in said deed,
located at the above address and
briefly described as:
All that certain tract or parcel of
land, containing 0.869 acre, more or
less, as shown on plat entitled ìPlat
of survey showing house location of
the property of Luther F. Schoen and
Frances E. Schoenî recorded in the
Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court of
Northumberland County, Virginia, in
Deed Book 486, Page 760. Together
with an easement of right of way
designated as “40 ‘ roadî and running to and from the aforesaid parcel
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By virtue of the power and authority
contained in a Deed of Trust dated
January 4, 2007, and recorded
in Deed Book 653, Page 817 in
the Clerk’s Office for the Circuit
Court for Northumberland, VA,
securing a loan which was originally $396,700.00. The appointed
SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for
sale at public auction at front steps
of the Circuit Court of Northumberland County, Virginia located at
39 Judicial Place Heathsville, VA
22473-0217 on
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Painting: Power washing homes,
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Water sealer on decks and boat
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147 Arthur Court
Reedville, VA, 22539
TERMS OF SALE: The property will
be sold “AS IS,” WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF
ANY KIND. A deposit of $40,000.00
in cash or cashier’s check payable
to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will
be required at the time of sale. The
balance of the purchase price, with
interest at the rate contained in the
Deed of Trust Note from the date
of sale to the date said funds are
received in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due within
fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event
of default by the successful bidder,
the entire deposit shall be forfeited and applied to the costs and
expenses of sale and Trustee’s fee.
All other public charges or assessments, including real property taxes,
water/sewer charges, ground rent,
condo/HOA dues or assessments,
whether incurred prior to or after the
sale, and all other costs incident to
settlement to be paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other
public charges or
condo/HOA fees have been
advanced, a credit will be due to
the seller, to be adjusted from the
date of sale at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the
Seller’s attorneys at settlement,
a fee of $295.00 for review of the
settlement documents.
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1993 NISSAN MAXIMA SE: Dark
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$2500. Frank Burke, 804-4350851..(Dec-11-tf)
1996 GEO PRISM: AT/AC/AM/FM/
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Call 540-903-5200..(Dec-11-tf)
Ferne Walker-Bernhardt presents a bronze plaque to W.W.
Hynson.
Colonial Dames recognize
President Monroe’s Birthplace
On November 8, the Lettice
Lee Chapter of The Society of
Colonial Dames XVII Century
presented a bronze plaque to
Westmoreland County to be displayed at the birthplace of the
fifth president, James Monroe.
The plaque read “Birthplace
of James Monroe, Fifth President of The United States, April
28, 1858” and was presented by
chapter president Ferne WalkerBernhardt to vice chairman W.
W. Hynson of the Westmoreland
County Board of Supervisors.
The ceremony and a catered
reception by Nancy Tripp of Classic Caterers in Reedville were
held in the new Visitor’s Center
on the property. Also present were
president G. William Thomas
Jr. of the James Monroe Memorial Foundation, other foundation
board members, representatives
of the Town of Colonial Beach,
the Colonial Beach Historical Society, the Colonial Beach
Chamber of Commerce and the
Westmoreland County administrator’s office, the president, the
first and second presidents, the
chaplain and the corresponding
secretary of the Virginia State
Society of Colonial Dames and
the president of the Rev. James
Blair Chapter in Williamsburg.
Representing the Lettice Lee
Chapter were Betsy Ware of
Dunnsville, Betty Horner and
Bea England of Montross, Elizabeth O’Bier of Warsaw, WalkerBernhardt, George Ann Cahen
Traffic-related
fatalities
decline for
Thanksgiving
Traffic fatalities declined significantly over the 2008 Thanksgiving holiday weekend compared to
last year, according to the Virginia
State Police (VSP).
Preliminary numbers indicate
nine people died in nine traffic
crashes during the five-day statistical counting period, Virginia’s
lowestThanksgiving fatality count
since 2002, when nine individuals
also were killed in traffic crashes.
In 2007, 19 people were killed in
18 crashes on Virginia roads and
traffic collisions claimed 16 lives
in 2006.
Among those who died,
two were teenagers, two were
bicyclists and one, a pedestrian.
Alcohol was a factor in two of
the crashes. Additionally, seat belt
restraints were not used in two
crashes. The fatal collisions took
place in Carroll, Fairfax, Louisa,
Powhatan, Prince William, Rockbridge, Rockingham and Southampton counties.
“Overall, the recent
decline in fatal traffic crashes is
encouraging. However, it should
not be a reason to become complacent for drivers and passengers,” said VSP Superintendent
Col. W. Steven Flaherty. “Safety
on the roads should still be a priority for all motorists as evident
by the fact our troopers worked
more than one thousand crashes
statewide during the Thanksgiving holiday.”
and guests Billie Barnes of White
Stone and Eve Ellis of Yorktown.
Thomas gave a brief history of
James Monroe and outlined the
foundation’s plans to reconstruct
the birth house, hoping that this
will become a National Landmark open to the public.
Notices
of land and VSH 657 for the purpose
of ingress and egress, and Together
with that certain easement of right
of way designated as ìLaneî on the
aforesaid plat running along the
entire Northern boundary of said lot
or parcel of land to the point where
it adjoins said ì40’ roadî; Subject to
the terms of a Wells and road maintenance agreement dated July 10,
1986, and recorded in the aforesaid
Clerk’s Office, in Deed Book 258,
at Page 164, with improvements
thereon.
TERMS OF SALE: CASH: A deposit
of $10,000.00, or 10% of the sales
price, whichever is lower, cash or
certified check, will be required at
the time of sale with settlement
within fifteen (15) days from the
date of sale. Additional terms may
be announced at the time of sale.
Pursuant to the Federal Fair Debt
Collection Practices Act, we advise
you that this firm is a debt collector
attempting to collect the indebtedness referred to herein and any
information we obtain will be used
for that purpose.
SAMUEL I. WHITE, P.C., Substitute Trustee
This is a communication from a
debt collector.
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT:
SAMUEL I. WHITE, P.C. (1031-08/
CONV)
5040 Corporate Woods Drive,
Suite 120
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
757-457-1460
Call between 9a.m.-11:30a.m.
(Nov-20-4t)
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BEVERAGE CONTROL for a Wine
and Beer On and Off Premises
mixed beverage on premise license
to sell or manufacture alcoholic
beverages.
Walter D. Myers III, Manager
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1997 PONTIAC GRAND AM SE:
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A/C, CD, tilt wheel, CC. All service
records. $2950. See Mac’s Auto
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1998 HONDA Passport: White, 4
wheel drive, V-6, power steering,
power brakes, cruise, AM/FM/CD,
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33,000 miles, good condition,
Asking $7990. 804-435-2800..
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Ramsey presents holiday Photo card tips
designs to Garden Club for seasonal
Sue Ramsey created six holiday designs with concepts ranging from traditional to creative at
the November 25 meeting of the
Chesapeake Bay Garden Club at
Festival Halle in Reedville.
Ramsey, a member of several
garden clubs and a designer, also
offered suggestions on home
decorating. Many of the designs
were raffled at the end of the program.
Rebecca Elston announced the
floral design awards. The designs
in Class 1 were “Holiday Greetings Start at the Front Door” and
in Class 2 “The Holiday Continues Throughout the Home.”
The awards in the novice category were Elizabeth Cali, blue;
Sharon Jachimski, blue and best
in show; Katie Walker, red.
In the intermediate category
the awards were Judy Becker,
blue; Wanda Boley, blue; Liz
Campbell, blue and best in show;
Joan Clements, blue.
In the advanced category the
awards were Rebecca Elston.
blue; Barbara Yinger, blue;
Patsy Sylvia, blue; Charlotte
Spears, blue; Carol Medlin, blue;
Audrey Brainard, blue and best
in show; Wonda Allain, blue.
In horticulture the awards were
Rebecca Elston, 5 blue; Elizabeth
Cali, 1 blue; Diane Cichowicz, 4
blue, 1 red; Wonda Allain, 5 blue
and best in show; Pat Taylor,
2 blue; Joan Clements, 1 blue;
Sharon Jachinski, 2 blue; Barbara Groff, 1blue; Marge Stock,
1 blue; Terri Eilers, 3 blue.
greetings
Sue Ramsey makes a holiday
design.
The next meeting will be January 27 at noon at Festival Halle
in Reedville featuring horticultural curator Bruce Peachee of
the Virginia Living Museum in
Newport News who will speak
on “The Bird Garden.”
From left are Partners for Lancaster County Schools Foundation president Bill Warren and Northern Neck Rotary Club
president Dick Slember.
Foundation president explains
proposed teacher housing effort
Bill Warren presented information regarding the Partners
for Lancaster County Schools
Foundation, a program to provide affordable rental housing
for county teachers by 2010,
to the Northern Neck Rotary
Club December 3.
Warren, president of the
foundation, and others recognized Lancaster schools
are experiencing difficulty in
recruiting and retaining teachers and much of the difficulty
relates to lack of affordable
housing.
The foundation is embarking on a project to build and
manage 16 rental units in
such a way that rents for the
two-bedroom units will range
from $550 to $650 per month,
according to Warren. This first
of its kind in Virginia foundation was formed in July as a
nonprofit organization registered with the State Corporation Commission.
The program is modeled after
a similar program in Hertford
County, N.C. Warren said the
Hertford County project built
24 units and was instrumental
in solving a teacher recruitment/retention problem. The
project was sponsored by the
State Employees’ Credit Union.
It was such a success the credit
union is going to extend the
support and sponsor a county
each year in the future.
Warren cited statistics gathered through polling of the
county’s 140 teachers. The
study found Lancaster school
salaries are 16 percent below
the state average and 9.7 percent
below Westmoreland county;
7.7 percent less than Richmond
County; and 2.2 percent below
Northumberland County. This
makes the salaries paid teachers in the county the lowest in
the Northern Neck and among
the lowest in the state, according to Warren.
Teachers are caught in a gap
in housing availability, he said.
The HUD section 8 program
limits tenants to those with 50
percent of the average income
in an area. With the average
income in Lancaster County
$55,300 and starting teachers
making $33,000 to $34,000
per year, they neither qualify
for subsidized housing nor
can afford the rent in the area
assuming units were available,
said Warren.
As a result of this, Warren
said that 47 percent of Lancaster County Public School
teachers live outside the county
and 57 percent of those at Chesapeake Academy (who are paid
18 percent less than their coun-
terparts in the county system)
drive in from outside the area.
Warren said most teachers
drive between 20 and 50 miles
one way, some as far as Richmond and Newport News.
The need for teachers will
become more acute as 46 of
120 total are over the age of 60,
said Warren. This means the
county will need to attract 50
teachers in the next few years
just to stay even as these individuals reach the normal retirement ages 62 to 65.
The project being undertaken
in Lancaster has a projected
cost of $2,115,000 for the 16
units under the foundation plan.
Warren said the goal is to build
and manage the project so that
it will be self-sustaining after
construction. The foundation
projects a 30-year loan will be
obtained from a local bank and
the land sponsor is contributing
$65,000 leaving approximately
$850,000 to be raised through
grants and donations.
Warren said the county government is not in a position to
assist due to a reduction in the
State Composite Index Funds.
Despite the 16.7 percent
increase in county taxes this
year, the index’s reduction and
decision to build a new judicial
center at a cost exceeding $7
million absorbed the increase.
The public is not likely willing
to increase their tax another 16
percent to cover school needs
and teacher housing, Warren
speculated.
The foundation has raised
some $206,000 from donations, grants and pledges since
July from those who see the
desperate need and Warren
assured the club that the obstacles would be overcome and
the project built. He said the
foundation was not seeking
donations from individuals
at the present time due to the
recent economic downturn, but
was seeking funds from corporate and private foundation
sources.
Warren indicated he would
welcome assistance from individuals who shared the interest
in maintaining a quality education for area children.
In other business, the Northern Neck Rotary discussed the
upcoming distribution of funds
by the Northern Neck Rotary
Trust raised at its CAPINNÉ
charity dinner and auction and
the election of officers for the
upcoming year.
The Northern Neck Rotary
Club meets at 7:30 a.m.
Wednesdays at Lee’s Restaurant on Main Street in Kilmarnock.
The trend toward using
photo greeing cards for the
holidays is one that continues
to grow in popularity. Many
people want to share pictures
of their family or children with
friends and relatives and holiday cards make that possible.
Photo greeting cards come
in two main categories: One
is a standard stock card with a
window cut out to allow a photo
to show through. The other is a
design and photograph printed
as one on glossy photo paper.
The card stock varieties can
often be purchased where
other greeting cards are sold,
then slip in your picture. The
glossy photo-style cards are
either ordered and printed
from an online service, or can
be created using the digital
photo kiosks at many pharmacies and retail stores.
Regardless of the type of
card, the goal is to ensure the
photograph is the best possible to convey a message of
season’s greetings. It pays to
brush up on some photography techniques and follow a
few tips to work toward a good
image.
• Get a new perspective on a
shot rather than simply standing and shooting the camera.
Try kneeling down or lying on
the floor and shooting upward
at the subject. Or stand on a
ladder and shoot downward.
• Pay attention to the background as well as the foreground in pictures. Don’t
mar a picture by having an
unsightly background item
steal the thunder of the main
subject.
• Don’t limit the picture to
a Christmas or winter theme.
As long as it’s a great image,
feel free to use a vacation shot
or another picture. This will
allow card recipients to keep
and display the image all year
long instead of feeling limited
to the holiday season.
• If posing the entire family
for a shot, consider having
everyone wear the same color
or type of outfit so it lends a
cohesive look to the picture.
• Professional studio shots
are great, but not necessary.
Create similar backdrop effects
at home. For Christmas, pose
subjects on wrapping paper,
tissue paper, or amid a pile of
gifts and snap away. Use a solid
colored tablecloth to serve as a
backdrop for the image.
• Use photo editing software if it is impossible to get
everyone together for a photo
shoot. Take a picture of everyone individually and put them
together in a single image with
the software.
Remember, photo greeting
cards should not be limited to
Christmas. They can also be
used year-round for special
events, such as birthdays, invitations and thank-you notes.
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Troops to get 16,000 Christmas trees
For the fourth consecutive
year, FedEx and the Christmas
Spirit Foundation are teaming up
for Trees for Troops.
In the coming weeks, Christmas tree growers, retailers and
FedEx Corp. will deliver approximately 16,000 real Christmas
trees to more than 45 military
bases in the United States and
overseas.
Virginia Green Industry Council president Lin Diacont urges
everyone to join in the Christmas spirit and support the Trees
for Troops to help bring a little
Christmas spirit to military families who are sacrificing so much
to protect the country.
Christmas tree growers from
Virginia and other states are
donating the trees and FedEx is
donating the transportation and
logistical support and services to
the Christmas Spirit Foundation,
a philanthropic branch of the
National Christmas Tree Association.
The program has grown rapidly since its beginnings in 2005
when 4,300 trees were delivered
to troops and military families at
five bases at home in the United
States and overseas. Last year,
more than 700 tree growers in 29
states donated 17,000 trees which
FedEx delivered to over 40 military bases. Since the inception of
the program more than 34,000
trees have been delivered in total,
being distributed to every branch
of the military at over 40 bases in
17 countries. FedEx trucks have
traveled an estimated 90,000
over-the-road miles from pickup to delivery.
This year, the Virginia Christmas Tree Growers Association
(VCTGA) through many of its
members are giving their support and participating again.
FedEx pick-up locations will be
at Mount Rogers Christmas Tree
Farm in Whitetop, Loweland
Farms in Middleburg, Willow
Springs Farm in Radford, and
Claybrooke Farm in Mineral.
The goal for Virginia is over
1,000 trees coming from several farms across the state. Trees
from Virginia growers will be
delivered to Fort Story, Virginia;
Fort Eustis, Virginia; Fort Pork,
La; Fort Bragg, N.C.; and Scott
Air Force Base, Ill.
In 2007, Joe’s Trees in Newport donated 425 trees, with 126
of their customers participating,
to the Trees for Troops
This year, the public also is
being given the opportunity to
participate in Trees for Troops.
Trees may be purchased at participating farms and a personal
message may be written on a
Trees for Troops tag and attached
to the tree. National Christmas
Tree Association Virginia director John M. Carroll is coordinating the state’s effort this year.
“Virginia is a leading state in
the Tree for Troops program,”
said Carroll. “Providing trees to
our men and women in service
is just one small way that growers and consumers can say thank
you to our military personnel for
risking their lives to defend our
freedom.”
To participate in the program,
visit TreesForTroops.org.
(This article was provided
by Jeff Miller, Virginia Certified Horticulturist and executive
director of the Virginia Green
Industry Council.)
Portraying Mary
Sally Clark of Kilmarnock
gave an inspirational monologue as Mary, the Mother
of Jesus, at the December
meeting of the Woman’s
Club of White Stone. Clark
is also a member of The Lancaster Players.
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Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 15.2-2204
of the Code of Virginia that the Lancaster County
Board of Supervisors at its meeting in the Lancaster
County General District Courtroom, Monday,
December 22, 2008 at 7:00 p.m., will consider the
following matters:
1. Application for Special Exception by Ralph E. and
Emilie L. King to place an 80-feet data antenna/pole
for wireless Internet access on a 2.845-acre parcel
described as Tax Map #21-40E. This property is
zoned R-1, Residential General and is located at 133
John Creek Road off VSH 604 (Merry Point Road).
2. Application for Special Exception by Kelley Dameron
to place an 80-feet data antenna/pole for wireless
Internet access on a 3.0-acre parcel described
as Tax Map #24 10B. This property is zoned C-1,
Commercial and is located on VSH 200 (Jessie Ball
DuPont Memorial Highway) near its intersection with
VSH 607 (Good Luck Road).
Documentation is available for examination by
interested members of the public in the Planning
and Land Use Office. Individuals requiring additional
information or clarification regarding these matters
may also contact Don G. Gill, Planning/Land Use
Director, at (804) 462-5220.
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The public hearing is to solicit public comment on
the adoption of an ordinance to become effective for
the 2009 tax year regarding Real Estate Tax Relief
for the Elderly and Disabled.
The ordinance is on file at the town office, 514
N. Main Street, Kilmarnock, VA for public viewing
Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm and on the
town web site www.Kilmarnockva.com/notice.asp.
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A public hearing will be conducted by
the Kilmarnock Town Council on
15 December 2008 at 7:00pm at the
Lancaster Community Library, 235 School
Street, Kilmarnock VA.
On Monday, December 22, 2008, beginning at 7:00
p.m., in the General District Courtroom, 8311 Mary
Ball Road, Lancaster, Virginia, the Lancaster County
Board of Supervisors will conduct a public hearing to
consider adopting an ordinance to exempt household
goods and personal effects from personal property
taxation as authorized by the Code of Virginia §58.13504. The full text of this ordinance can be found on the
county’s website www.lancova.com or by contacting
the county’s administrative office at 804-462-5129.
This action can be described as a “housekeeping”
amendment to the Lancaster County Code of
Ordinances in that these items have not been subject
to personal property taxation for many years, but no
ordinance had been adopted to do so.
Interested citizens are encouraged to attend this
public hearing or submitting written responses to the
Lancaster County Board of Supervisors, 8311 Mary
Ball Road, Lancaster, VA 22503, 804-462-0031 (Fax)
or [email protected] prior to the meeting date.
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Courthouse lawn in Heathsville, VA. The Pavilion is a
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Seniors get the ‘Holiday Blues’
By Frank McCarthy
The holiday season is
regarded as a time of joy,
family and tradition. Unfortunately,
many
seniors find themselves
increasingly disappointed or
sad. Several factors can contribute to these feelings and
may eventually lead to the
“holiday blues.”
Seniors are particularly
at risk during this season. There are several components that may trigger these
feelings: being alone over
the holidays, unrealistic
expectations, reminders of
lost loved ones, reminders
of past holidays that were
“better,” coping with having
Red Cross
giving day
is Dec. 13
White Stone greets the season
Amid the carols of the Christchurch School choir, White
Stone officially welcomed the holidays with a tree lighting ceremony on the village green Saturday afternoon. Rev.
Dennis Miller of White Stone Baptist Church told the meaning of the Christmas colors and symbols while B.H. Hubbard and Lloyd B. Hubbard remembered the green when it
was their grandmother’s garden. Santa attended to greet
children including Lucy Washington. (Photo by Audrey Thomasson)
From left, Kilmarnock Garden Club members placing holiday decorations on the Rappahannock General Hospital
sign are Jane Denton, Olga Speck, Ruby Wilson, Cynthia
Foster, Julia Putney-Brandt, Sue Woodard, Carol Hutton,
Paula Boundy, Pat Liebert and Ersel Buckley-Sharp.
Garden Club adds holiday
flair to hospital entrances
The Kilmarnock Garden
Club’s last meeting of 2008 was
held early in order to create holiday decorations for the outside of
Rappahannock General Hospital
in time for the hospital’s Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony.
“Members look forward to this
annual event as it gives them an
opportunity to say ‘thank you’ to
the community for their support
of the club’s endeavors and community projects,” said president
Genny Chase.
This year the club created giant
topiaries made of boxwood and
decorated with holiday ornaments
to welcome visitors through the
hospital’s main entrance. Festive
wreaths were made and placed
at the other entrances and fresh
greens adorned with bows and
holiday decorations can be seen
on the hospital sign on the road.
Members then had a luncheon, followed by a brief business meeting.
Those receiving the most
design points during the year
were announced. Novice winners were first, Olga Speck;
second, Anne Lewis; and third,
Paula Boundy.
Advanced One winners were
first, Sue Woodard; second, Jane
Denton; and third, Betty Rous.
Advanced Two winners were
first, Genny Chase; second, Gayle
Hudnall, and third, Page Carlson.
Horticulture winners were
first, Paula Boundy; second, Olga
Speck; and third, Jenny Samm.
The club welcomed Carol
Hutton as its newest member.
The club does not meet in
January or February. Meetings
will resume in March. Call Ruby
Wilson at 580-8385.
Publicity chairman Joan
Kroll of the Northumberland
County Red Cross recently
announced that the American
Red Cross (ARC) Campaign
for Disaster Relief will hold
a National Day of Giving
Saturday, December 13.
The ARC launched the $100
million nationwide fund-raising campaign in September
and has now passed the halfway point, raising some $65
million in cash and pledges,
Kroll said.
“This campaign ensures
that the Red Cross will continue to be there to provide
disaster relief to the American people,” she said.
Communities in the central
United States suffered from a
seemingly endless series of
storms and tornadoes, beginning in May. In response to
Hurricanes Gustav and Ike,
more than 22,000 Red Cross
workers and more than 21,000
volunteers were deployed to
relief operations. The estimated cost for the hurricanes
of 2008 is expected to exceed
$120 million. The Disaster
Relief fund was depleted as a
result of the floods and hurricanes which occurred.
“Your support of the Disaster Relief Fund is needed to
help people affected by these
disasters,” said Kroll. “The
American people expect the
Red Cross to be there, but
it must have the financial
resources needed to respond
to the disasters.
To donate, go to redcross.
org, call 1-800-733-2767, or
use a cell phone to donate $5
to the fund by text messaging
the keyword “GIVE” (4483)
to “2HELP” (24357). Multiple donations are permitted depending on the carrier.
Contributions will appear
on monthly bills or be debited from a prepaid account
balance. All applicable text
rates apply. To donate for a
specific disaster, call 1-800733-2767.
“As
the
New
Year
approaches and you are
giving thought to some 2009
resolutions, please consider
giving of your time to the
Northumberland Red Cross
Chapter, which is always in
need of volunteers, especially to help when a disaster
occurs,”Kroll said.
To volunteer, call 5804933, or visit the office
at 59 Monument Place in
Heathsville Tuesdays from
1 to 4 p.m. and Wednesdays
and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to
noon.
to leave their cherished
home, dealing with poor or
failing health.
With a few considerations, you can provide joy
for seniors during the holiday season. It’s important
to set realistic expectations
and start planning early. Don’t make promises that
you cannot keep. Here are
some ideas to make their
season joyful: increase the
frequency of visits and phone
calls and get the entire family’s support of this. Include
them when planning for the
holidays. Have fun by using
their cherished recipes for a
holiday meal. If it’s difficult
for them to travel, consider
having a celebration in their
home. Help choose a special
holiday outfit with them and
assist them in preparing for
the family celebration. Shop
for family gifts for them,
making sure to get their suggestions.
Attending worship services can be a special treat
for seniors. Consider taking
them to pageants or Christmas Eve services.
Together, decorate their
home with simple and appropriate decorations; too many
decorations can be overwhelming. Take them on a
drive to see holiday light displays. Use this as a cheerful
family outing. The holidays
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Keep the roof clear of leaves,
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Cover the chimney with a
mesh screen spark arrester.
Heating
Remove branches hanging
Keep fireplaces and wood
above the chimney, flues or
stoves clean.
Have the chimney or wood vents.
Install smoke alarms on every
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monthly and change the batterspecialist.
Clear the area around the ies at least twice a year. Conhearth of debris, decorations and sider installing the new long-life
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flammable materials.
Provide proper venting sysKerosene heaters may not be
permitted in certain areas. Use tems for all heating equipment.
The Virginia Department of
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family during home fire season
A recent report from the
United States Fire Administration (USFA) revealed that fatal
home fires increased 68 percent
during cooler months last year.
In addition to the increased home
fires, the USFA also reported
a rise in the number of people
killed, compared to the warmer
months during this period.
With home-fire season upon
us, now is the time for Virginia
residents to prepare for the
unthinkable to make this season
safer. The Virginia Department
of Fire Programs and Virginia
Fire Incident Reporting Systems
indicate cooking and heating are
the two highest-ranking known
causes of residential structure
fires in 2007.
Prevent fires and protect loved
ones during home-fire season
with the following cooking- and
heating-related safety tips:
are an excellent opportunity to honor seniors. Since
they’re particularly sensitive
to the moods of the season,
it is important to monitor a
senior’s mental condition on
an on-going basis. Note any
changes in sleeping, eating, or
social patterns and consult with
a professional therapist should
significant changes occur.
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