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07.24.08 Section B - Southside Sentinel
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Vol. 114, No. 17
Urbanna, Virginia 23175 • July 24, 2008
B Section
Urbanna wins regular season swim title;
Deltaville captures championship meet
The Urbanna Barracudas
edged the Deltaville Sharks 311307 Thursday at the Urbanna
Pool to win the regular season
championship of the Middle
Peninsula Swim League.
On Monday, Deltaville won
the league championship meet
by 15 points over second-place
Urbanna. Final team scoring was
as follows: 1. Deltaville Sharks
290; 2. Urbanna Barracudas
275; 3. Indian Creek Stingrays
170; 4. West Point Dolphins
139; and 5. Rappahannock
River Rats 116.
In the regular season showdown between Urbanna and
Deltaville, scoring for Urbanna
were:
Kickboard—Laura Walton,
Colleen Rae, Alexis Davis,
Ainsley Yard, Amber Daughtry,
Alexander Brown, Alexander Self, Adam Smith, Joshua
South.
Freestyle—1st place: Emilie
Smith, Chloe Smith, Jack
Ruark, Healy Bray, Alexandra
Fuccella, Chelsea Hall, Jeremy
Herrin, Sarah Culley, Matt
Elliott, Rachel Hurley; 2nd
place: Meghan Shores, Caro-
Individual scoring results from the
championship meet and record
breaking performances in 2008 will be
listed in the July 31 Sentinel.
line Fuccella, Abby Loftis, Ally
Hutchens, Grace Rutkowski,
Kyle Blankenship; 3rd place:
Michaela Marshall, Connor
Jones, Kedron Walsh, Hannah
Loftis, Garrett Walton; 4th
place: Caroline Painter, Avary
Payne, Jimmy Anzaldi, Courtney Kimble, Nathaniel Francis,
Catherine Walton, Scott Payne.
Backstroke—1st place: Tiffany Minarczyk, Hailey Walton,
Chelsea Hall, Kyle Blankenship,
Jordan Walton, Matt Elliott,
Rachel Hudnall; 2nd place:
Meghan Shores, Will Howard,
Jimmy Anzaldi, Allison Payne,
Sarah Culley, Timmy Coker;
3rd place: Abby Loftis, Patrick
Elliott; 4th place: Avary Payne,
Will Howard, Zachary Sauter,
Emily Moore, Joey Coker.
Breaststroke—1st
place:
Reilly Price, Chloe Hodges,
Abby Loftis, Jordan Walton,
Jenna Davis; 2nd place: Sarah
Walton, Courtney Kimble,
Jeremy
Herrin,
Catherine
Walton, Michael Eades; 3rd
place: Michaela Chowning,
Hannah Jackson, Trip Hurley,
Hailey Walton, Trip Hurley,
Hailey Colley, Nathaniel Francis, Hayley Guess; 4th place:
Erin Daddario, Will Howard,
Kade Havens, Clayton Colley.
Fly—1st place: Emilie Smith,
Healy Bray, Allison Payne,
Patrick Elliott, Jordan Walton,
Matt Elliott, Rachel Hurley;
2nd place: Jack Ruark, Hailey
Walton; 3rd place: Meghan
Shores, Chelsea Hall, Hailey
Colley, Rachel Hudnall, Joey
Coker; 4th place: Larkin Rae,
Zachary Sauter, Clayton Colley.
Individual
Medley—1st
place: Healy Bray; 2nd place:
Patrick Elliott, Rachel Hurley;
3rd place: Allison Payne, Clayton Colley; 4th place: Hannah
Loftis, Scott Payne.
Freestyle Relay—1st place:
Michaela Chowning, Tiffany
Minarczyk, Chloe Smith, Emilie
Smith; Claire Rae, Rachael
Howard, Lauren Shores, Abby
Blankenship; Caitlin Blankenship, Sarah Ann Goodrich,
Kedron Walsh, Brittin Payne;
Jimmy Anzaldi, Connor Jones,
Patrick Elliott, Jeremy Herrin;
Sarah Culley, Sarah Grace
Hurley, Emily Moore, Hailey
Colley; 2nd place: Avary Payne,
Trip Hurley, Will Howard, Jack
Hughes Nelson powers through the water for Deltaville in Ruark; Alexandra Fuccella, Ally
the Sharks’ championship effort Monday.
Hutchens, Sarah Walton, Reilly
(Photo by Sharlynn Fletcher) Price; Jacob South, Christo-
Rachel Hurley finished first in the fly against Deltaville.
pher Daniel, Cole Ruark, Kade
Havens; Kyle Blankenship,
Nathaniel Francis, Zachary
Sauter, Matt Elliott; Catherine
Walton, Hayley Guess, Hannah
Loftis,
Rachel
Hudnall;
Scott Payne, Michael Eades,
Joey Coker, Garrett Walton;
3rd place: Hannah Jackson,
Michaela Marshall, Caroline
Fuccella, Sarah Walton; Grace
Rutkowski, Alexis Beverley,
Jenna Davis, Cecily Francis;
4th place: Hannah Grace Duke,
Chloe Hodges, Erin Daddario,
Caroline Painter.
Medley Relay—1st place:
Tiffany Minarczyk, Reilly Price,
Emilie Smith, Meghan Shores;
Hailey Walton, Abby Loftis,
Healy Bray, Claire Rae; Chelsea
Hall, Sarah Ann Goodrich, Allison Payne, Brittin Payne; Emily
Moore, Hailey Colley, Jordan
Walton, Sarah Culley; 2nd place:
Abby Blankenship, Rachael
Howard, Lauren Shores, Alex-
Cunningham walk-off homer
leads Deltaville past Mariners
by Gary Williams
and Stephen Blue
With two outs in the bottom
of the 9th inning and the score
tied, Dave Cunningham hit a
walk-off solo home run, capping a wild 13-12 Deltaville
Deltas victory Friday night
over their in-town rival, the
Middle Peninsula Mariners.
The shot capped a 5-run
rally for the Deltas, helping
“The Battle for the Ballpark”
live up to its hype.
Middle Peninsula took the
first lead in the back-and forth
game when Trey Powell hit a
two-run double in the top of the
second inning. Luke Saunders
followed with an RBI double
and later scored on a single by
Travis Crump.
Deltaville answered with
a run in the bottom half of
the inning on a sacrifice fly
by Jimmy Denny. After two
innings, the Mariners led 4-1.
The Deltas brought home
two more runs in the bottom
of the third. First baseman
Neal Hogge drew a basesloaded walk and Ryan Wiggins
grounded into a run-scoring
fielder’s choice to cut the Mari-
Deltas runner Billy Funk slides to avoid a tag by third baseman Trey Powell of the Mariners
in the first inning of Deltaville’s 13-12 on Friday.
(Photo by Tom Chillemi)
ners lead to 4-3.
Wiggins would tie the game
at 4-4 three innings later in the
6th, scoring on a Dustin Felvus
single.
Wiggins would come through
again for the Deltas in the 7th
Deltas down Storm; battle
Astros, Pirates this weekend
by Stephen Blue
This weekend marks the
final weekend of the regular
season for the Deltaville Deltas
as they close the door on their
2008 campaign with a pair of
home games this weekend at
Deltaville Ballpark.
On Friday night, the Deltas
will host the defending league
champion Peninsula Pirates.
This will be the final game of a
3-game season series with the
Pirates, and the teams have split
the previous two games.
On Saturday, the Gloucester
Astros visit the Deltas. Each
of the three previous games
between the two teams have
been decided by one or two
runs, with the Deltas capturing
6-4 and 2-1 decisions, and the
Astros winning 2-1 victory.
Both games start at 7:30 p.m.
at Deltaville Ballpark.
On Sunday, the Deltas play
their final regular season game
against the Hampton Roads
Rams at Charles Brown Park in
Yorktown at 4 p.m.
(See Deltas, page B3)
inning. With Matt Brown on
third and one out, Wiggins
hit a deep fly ball to center,
which was caught, but allowed
Brown to tag and score, giving
the Deltas their first lead of the
game, 5-4.
The lead would be only temporary, however. The Mariners’ bats came to life in the
top of the 8th inning as they
pushed across 7 runs on 4
hits, 3 walks, and 2 hit batsmen. Bryan Hannum pushed
across the first run with an RBI
single.
Middle Peninsula then loaded
the bases for L. Saunders, who
crushed a 3-run double to right
center. The Mariners reloaded
the bases and Moore followed
with an RBI single. Two more
runs were walked in, and when
the inning finally ended Middle
Peninsula held an 11-5 lead.
Deltaville
immediately
responded in the bottom of the
8th with 3 runs on 3 hits, a pair
of walks, and a crucial defen-
sive error, cutting the Mariners’ lead to 11-8.
Middle Peninsula’s Drew
Hooper answered in the top
of the 9th, plating L. Saunders
with an RBI single and stretching the Mariners’ lead to 12-8.
Deltaville’s final rally in the
bottom of the 9th began with
a double by Denny, and Felvus
being hit by a pitch. The bases
were loaded on a Billy Funk
walk, and Chris King hit a sacrifice fly to score Denny.
Brown then tied the game at
12-12, crushing a 3-run home
run to left center field. Cunningham then followed with
his walk-off home run, completing the Deltas’ dramatic
rally.
A large crowd was on hand
to see the two teams that call
Deltaville Ballpark home
square off. Both teams had
former Middlesex High School
standouts on the mound—Scott
(See Rivalry, page B3)
andra Fuccella; Jimmy Anzaldi,
Jack Ruark, Larkin Rae, Connor
Jones; Rachel Hudnall, Hayley
Guess, Rachel Hurley, Catherine
Walton; Timmy Coker, Clayton
Colley, Michael Eades, Garrett Walton; 3rd place: Hannah
Jackson, Michaela Chowning,
Sarah Walton, Chloe Smith;
Avary Payne, Cole Ruark,
Larkin Rae, Kade Havens;
Grace Rutkowski, Jenna Davis,
Cecily Francis, Alexis Beverly;
Caitlin Blankenship, Rachel
Crews, Sarah Grace Hurley,
Kedron Walsh; Kyle Blankenship, Jeremy Herrin, Zachary
Sauter, Nathaniel Francis; 4th
place: Hannah Grace Duke,
Erin Daddario, Chloe Hodges,
Michaela Marshall.
Individual results for the
Deltaville
Sharks
against
Urbanna were:
Kickboard—Madeline Hurd,
Jacob Marx, Russell McMurtrie, Tanner Baker, Ethan Baker,
(Photo by Tom Chillemi)
Gibson Moon.
First place
Freestyle
Relay—Cooper
Ruse, Blake Rouzie, Maclean
Thomas, Isaiah Stokes, Clayton Ware, Emyus Stone, Gentry
Dyson, Joshua Revere, Asa
Skinner, Zachary Hagen, John
Shaw, Sam Hagen, Caroline
Davis, Elicia Franchini, Kaytlyn
Miller, Susan Dunaway, Chandler Lennon, Isaiah Skinner, Tra
Proctor, Hunter Banks.
Individual Freestyle—Charlie Revere, Gentry Dyson, Luke
Lawson, Kelly Revere, Wendy
Elliot, Abram Stokes, Lindsay
Harrow, Dalton Holt, Tra Proctor.
Breaststroke—Cooper Ruse,
William Revere, Carter Ruse,
Clayton
Moore,
Jonathan
Burger, Marianne Thomas,
Samantha Cameron, Hunter
Banks, Asa Skinner, Kaytlyn
(See Sharks, page B2)
Teen wins bowling event
Fifteen-year-old Molly
Landon of Topping, a student at Middlesex High
School, recently won first
place in the Coventry
Commonwealth Games of
Virginia and qualified for
national bowling competition next summer in Colorado.
Landon competed against
over 500 bowlers ages 13-21
in the Commonwealth
Games and came away with
the gold medal.
She qualified for the
Commonwealth
Games
through
Pepsi-sponsored
tournaments at Village
Lanes in Gloucester, where
she has bowled since age 9,
and the state tournament in
Norfolk.
Landon is the daughter of
Betty and Willie Landon of
Topping.
Molly Landon
Mariners headed
to VBL title game
by Gary Williams
The Middle Peninsula Mariners (16-4) won their first two
games of the Virginia Baseball
League playoffs to advance to
the tournament championship
game this Sunday, July 27, at 1
p.m. at Essex High School.
In Sunday’s title game,
the Mariners will face the
Tappahannock Tides, Richmond Rams or Richmond
Astros. With a win, the Mariners would claim their first
ever Virginia Baseball League
Championship.
Middle Peninsula is the only
unbeaten team left in the doubleelimination playoff, and would
have to lose twice Sunday to be
denied the crown.
On Saturday, Middle Peninsula defeated the Tappahannock
Tides 12-1, and on Sunday they
downed the Richmond Rams
4-3.
Mariners 12, Tides 1
On Saturday night the Mariners began their playoff run
with a 12-1 victory overthe
Tides. Shortstop Blake Williams scored the only run for
the Tides in the top of the first
on a home run to center field.
Williams has hit a home run
for the Tides in every Mariners’
home game against the Tides
the past two seasons.
The Tides did not hold their
lead for long as Middle Peninsula scored 2 runs in the bottom
of the first. Travis Crump led off
with a walk and was followed
by a James Moore single.
Luke Saunders then stepped
to the plate and delivered a tworun double, putting the Mariners up 2-1.
Middle Peninsula starting
pitcher Matt Tiller (4-1) found
(See Mariners, page B3)
B2 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • July 24, 2008
Swim-a-thon to benefit pool
On Saturday, August 2, from
1 to 3 p.m. there will be a swima-thon at the Deltaville Pool to
raise funds for the pool. This
event is the community service
project of Urbanna Oyster Festival Queen contestant Kaytlyn
Miller.
Participants in the swim-athon will be the Deltaville Swim
Team, Middlesex YMCA, members of the Lower Middlesex
Volunteer Fire Department;
Army members (waiting on
response); and anyone from
the community who would
like to help raise funds for the
Deltaville Pool.
All are welcome to participate.
Miller chose to host a swima-thon because she has been
swimming on the Deltaville
Swim Team since she could
swim, and she wanted to try to
help the Deltaville Pool raise
funds for all it has given her,
and to benefit the community.
For more information, call
804-832-1084.
They’re here!
2008 Deltaville Sharks
get out there
with a new 4-Stroke Suzuki
Outboard from
FRIDAY’S MARINEa Rt. 17, Saluda a 758-4131
2008 Urbanna Barracudas
Sharks, Barracudas capture swim titles . . .
Miller, Lindsay Harrow, Josh
Messick, Chandler Lennon.
Individual Medley—Carter
Ruse, April Zammit, Dalton
Holt.
Backstroke—Isaiah Stokes,
Emyus Stone, Tra Proctor.
Butterfly—Isaiah
Stokes,
Carter Ruse, Dalton Holt.
Medley Relay—Ian Cameron, Blake Rouzie, Isaiah
Stokes, Cooper Ruse, Emyus
Stone, Gentry Dyson, Carter
Ruse, Luke Lawson, Clayton
Ware, Joshua Revere, Wes Summerfield, Cody Ruse, Hunter
Banks, Zachary Hagen, Sam
Hagen, Caroline Davis, Kaytlyn
Miller, Aprille Zammit, Susan
Dunaway, Tra Proctor, Josh
Messick, Dalton Holt, Chandler
Lennon.
Second place
Freestyle
Relay—Hannah
Marx, Molly Rouzie, Mary
Beth Buchanan, Haley Revere,
Anna Shaw, Brittany Mitchem,
Kelly Revere, Libby Forehand,
Jonathan Burger, Stone Dyson,
Wes Summerfield, Jacob Beebe,
Ellen Perry, Samantha Cameron, Wendy Elliot, Marianne
Thomas.
Individual Freestyle—Seth
Cooper Dyson, Cooper Ruse,
Clayton Ware, Jacob Beebe,
Madison Thomas, Samantha
Cameron, Morgan Duke, Dreux
Elliot, Zachary Hagen, Lauren
Beebe, Caroline Davis, Isaiah
Skinner.
Breaststroke—Molly Rouzie,
Blake Rouzie, Seth Cooper
Dyson, Katie Blake, Joshua
Revere, Jacob Beebe, Madison Thomas, Elaina Arsenovic,
Wendy Elliot, Cody Ruse,
Dreux Elliot, Lauren Beebe.
Individual Medley—Makenzie Fletcher, Morgan Duke,
Josh Messick.
Backstroke—Jane
Hagen,
Jonathan Burger, Abram Stokes,
Aprille Zammit.
Butterfly—Hannah
Marx,
Makenzie Fletcher, Stone
Dyson, Marianne Thomas, Sam
Hagen, Aprille Zammit, Josh
Messick.
Medley Relay—Mary Beth
Buchanan, Molly Rouzie,
Hannah Marx, Haley Revere,
George Shaw, William Revere,
Maclean Thomas, Charlie
Revere, Anna Shaw, Madison
Thomas, Makenzie Fletcher,
Leigh Harrow, Morgan Duke,
Eleaina Arsenovic, Marianne
Thomas, Ellen Perry, Abram
Stokes, Asa Skinner, John Shaw,
Jacob Lawson.
Third place
Freestyle
Relay—George
Shaw, Ian Cameron, Seth Cooper
Dyson, William Revere, Abram
Stokes, Cody Ruse, Dreux
Elliot, Jacob Lawson, Heather
Cameron, Lauren Beebe, Lindsay Harrow, Rebecca Walker.
Individual Freestyle—Mary
Beth Buchanan, George Shaw,
Katie Blake, Brittany Mitchem,
Stone Dyson, Sam Hagen,
Susan Dunaway.
Breaststroke—Leigh Harrow,
Kelly Revere, Wes Summerfield, Isaiah Skinner.
Backstroke—Hannah Marx,
Ian Cameron, Luke Lawson,
Makenzie Fletcher, Morgan
Duke, Cody Ruse, Elicia Franchini, Chandler Lennon.
Butterfly—Maclean Thomas,
Jane Hagen, Zachary Hagen,
Elicia Franchini, Rebecca
Walker, Heather Cameron,
Lindsay Harrow.
Fourth place
Individual Freestyle—Haley
Revere, Logan Brooke Howlett,
Leigh Harrow, Wes Summerfield, Elaina Arsenovic.
Breaststroke—Mary
Beth
Buchanan, Jane Hagen, Brittany Mitchem.
Individual Medley—Madison
Thomas.
Backstroke—Molly Rouzie,
Logan Brooke Howlett, Anna
Shaw, Stone Dyson, Ellen
Perry.
Butterfly—Haley
Revere,
Katie Blake, Leigh Harrow,
Elaina Arsenovic, Heather
Cameron.
Urbanna 325,
Indian Creek 247
The Urbanna Barracudas
defeated the Indian Creek
Stingrays 325-247 on July 15 in
Urbanna. Scoring for Urbanna
were:
Kickboard—Laura Walton,
Amber Daughtry, Alexis Davis,
Colleen Rae, Ainsley Yard,
Alexander Brown, Adam Smith,
Joshua South.
Freestyle—1st place: Meghan
Shores, Jack Ruark, Healy Bray,
Lauren Shores, Jordan Walton,
Kedron Walsh, Sarah Ann
Goodrich, Kyle Blankenship,
Emily Moore, Hannah Loftis,
Zachary Sauter; 2nd place:
Tiffany Minarczyk, Michaela
Marshall, Sydney Pitts, Jimmy
Anzaldi, Anna Moore, Chelsea Hall, Brittin Payne, Jeremy
Herrin, Rachel Crews, Sarah
Grace Hurley, Nathaniel Francis, Catherine Walton, Garrett Walton; 3rd place: Hannah
Grace Duke, Larkin Rae, Claire
Rae, Ally Hutchens, Connor
(Continued from page B1)
Jones, Jenna Davis, Hayley
Guess, Joey Coker; 4th place:
Caroline Painter, Kade Haven,
Cole Ruark, Rachael Howard,
Avary Payne, Grace Rutkowski;
5th place: Joshua South.
Backstroke—1st
place:
Meghan Shores, Will Howard,
Healy Bray, Will Howard, Allison Payne, Kyle Blankenship,
Sarah Culley, Zachary Sauter,
Rachel Hudnall; 2nd place: Tiffany Minarczyk, Hailey Walton,
Hannah Loftis; 3rd place: Avary
Payne, Caitlin Blankenship,
Emily Moore, Clayton Colley;
4th place: Kade Havens, Timmy
Coker.
Breaststroke—1st
place:
Reilly Price, Chloe Hodges,
Taylor Shores, Grace Rutkowski, Sarah Culley, Sarah
Grace Hurley, Rachel Hurley,
Angelos Vaziouracis; 2nd place:
Michaela Chowning, Chloe
Smith, Sarah Walton, Cole
Ruark, Claire Rae, Rachael
Howard, Courtney Kimble,
Jenna Davis, Jeremy Herrin,
Rachel Crews, Hannah Loftis;
3rd place: Trip Hurley, Lauren
Shores, Trip Hurley, Sarah Ann
Goodrich, Anna Moore, Timmy
Coker; 4th place: Hannah
Grace Duke, Jacob South, Will
Howard, Abby Blankenship;
5th place: Sydney Pitts, Cecily
Francis.
Fly—1st place: Emilie Smith,
Jack Ruark, Healy Bray, Allison
Payne, Hailey Colley, Nathaniel Francis, Rachel Hurley; 2nd
place: Meghan Shores, Chelsea
Hall, Sarah Culley, Angelos
Vaziouracis; 3rd place: Rachel
Hudnall, Joey Coker; 4th place:
Larkin Rae, Hailey Walton.
Individual
Medley—1st
place: Jordan Walton, Rachel
Hurley; 2nd place: Taylor
Shores, Angelos Vaziouracis;
3rd place: Hailey Colley, Clayton Colley.
Freestyle Relay—1st place:
Michaela Chowning, Chloe
Smith, Tiffany Minarczyk,
Emilie Smith; Jordan Walton,
Taylor Shores, Allison Payne,
Chelsea Hall; Rachel Crews,
Sarah Grace Hurley, Hannah
RAPPAHANNOCK
Loftis, Hailey Colley; Jeremy
Herrin, Nathaniel Francis,
Kyle Blankenship, Zachary Sauter; Rachel Hudnall,
Hayley Guess, Emily Moore,
Catherine Walton; 2nd place:
Reilly Price, Michaela Marshall, Hannah Jackson, Sarah
Walton; Avary Payne, Larkin
Rae, Kade Havens, Jack Ruark;
Abby Blankenship, Lauren
Shores, Claire Rae, Hailey
Walton; Garrett Walton, Clayton Colley, Timmy Coker, Joey
Coker; 3rd place: Christopher
Daniel, Jimmy Anzaldi, Cole
Ruark, Connor Jones; Caitlin
Blankenship, Sarah Ann Goodrich, Kedron Walsh, Brittin
Payne; 4th place: Alexandra
Fuccella, Rachael Howard,
Sydney Pitts, Ally Hutchens;
Grace Rutkowski, Alexis Beverley, Jenna Davis, Cecily Francis; 5th place: Caroline Painter,
Chloe Hodges, Erin Daddario,
Hannah Grace Duke.
Medley Relay—1st place:
Tiffany Minarczyk, Michaela
Chowning, Emilie Smith,
Meghan
Shores;
Hailey
Walton, Claire Rae, Healy
Bray, Lauren Shores; Allison
Payne, Taylor Shores, Jordan
Walton, Chelsea Hall; Sarah
Culley, Rachel Crews, Hailey
Colley, Emily Moore; Kyle
Blankenship, Jeremy Herrin,
Nathaniel Francis, Zachary
Sauter; Rachel Hudnall, Hayley
Guess, Rachel Hurley, Catherine Walton; 2nd place: Avary
Payne, Cole Ruark, Larkin Rae,
Kade Havens; Timmy Coker,
Angelos Vaziouracis, Clayton
Colley, Joey Coker; 3rd place:
Hannah Grace Duke, Reilly
Price, Chloe Smith, Michaela
Marshall; Tiffany Minarczyk,
Rachael Howard, Abby Blankenship, Alexandra Fuccella;
Will Howard, Trip Hurley, Jack
Ruark, Connor Jones; Caitlin
Blankenship, Cecily Francis,
Anna Moore, Brittin Payne;
4th place: Chloe Hodges, Erin
Daddario, Sarah Walton, Caroline Fuccella; Jenna Davis,
Kedron Walsh, Sarah Ann
Goodrich, Alexis Beverley.
ALMANAC
White Stone/Grey’s Point Tides, Sun, & Moon – July/August, 2008
6:04 High 4:57 1.4’
2:33 Low 3:43
Fri
7/25 Sunrise
Tue 7/29 Moonrise
Moonset
1:39 Low 11:24 0.1’
Sunrise
6:07 High 9:15
^ 7/25^
3rd Q. - 2:42
V
Sat
7/26
Sun
7/27
w
x
Mon 7/28
y
Sunset
^ 7/25^
8:20
High
^ 7/29^
5:32
z
1.7’
^ 7/26^
^ 7/26^
Moonrise 12:05
Sunrise
6:05
Moonset
2:52
Sunset
8:19
^ 7/27^
Low 12:22
High 5:55
Low 12:19
High 6:34
^ 7/27^
0.2’
1.3’
0.1’
1.7’
Wed 7/30
Moonrise 12:44
Sunrise
6:06
Moonset
4:06
Sunset
8:18
^ 7/28^
Low
High
Low
High
^ 7/28^
1:29
6:59
1:21
7:41
0.2’
1.3’
0.1’
1.7’
Thu
Low
High
Low
High
2:38
8:07
2:27
8:49
0.2’
1.3’
0.0’
1.8’
Fri
Moonrise
Sunrise
Moonset
Sunset
Corrections
Piankatank River, Cherry Pt.
Great Wicomico River Light
Smith Point Light
1:33
6:06
5:17
8:17
High
-1:42
0:30
1:01
Low Height
-1:44
86%
0:20
76%
0:44
86%
{
7/31
|
8/1
New - 6:13
a
^ 7/29^
3:33
9:53
0.2’
1.3’
0.0’
1.8’
3:42
6:08
7:14
8:16
Low 4:42
High 10:18
Low 4:36
High 10:52
^ 7/31^
0.1’
1.4’
0.0’
1.8’
Moonrise
Sunrise
Moonset
Sunset
^ 8/1^
4:57
6:09
7:57
8:15
Low 5:37 0.0’
High 11:16 1.5’
Low 5:35 -0.1’
High 11:47 1.9’
^ 8/01^
Sunrise
Moonrise
Sunset
Moonset
6:10
6:13
8:14
8:32
Low 6:27 0.0’
High 12:10 1.6’
Low 6:31 -0.1’
Moonset
Sunset
6:20
8:16
Moonrise
Sunrise
Moonset
Sunset
^ 7/31^
^ 7/30^
Low
High
^ 7/30^
PM times are in boldface type.
Unusually high & low tides are also in boldface.
© Panbo 2008 ([email protected])
July 24, 2008 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va.• B3
Mariners in title game . . .
This 27-inch, 9-lb., 5-oz.,
citation flounder was caught
July 13 at Buoy 42 on
squid by Anita Gartner of
Gloucester. It was registered
at Queen’s Creek Outfitters
in Mathews.
fishing
by Jerry Thrash
Spot are biting well and the
catch includes a few #1 sized
fish. Fish are being caught at
Cherry Point off Gwynn’s Island
in 25-30 feet of water, and at
The Spike (#3 Rappahannock
marker) and at Butler’s Hole.
Large croaker are available
east of Buoy 42 with some fish
up to 16 inches. Commercial
netters are also active in the
area.
Blues and Spanish mackerel
are available near Buoy 41A,
around The Cell, and along the
drop off at Windmill Bar.
Five citation flounders were
weighedthis week. Flounder
at Buoy 42 and in The Cell
areas were inconsistent, probably due to the full moon. Limits
of fish were caught one day; but
pickings were slim the next.
Small to medium spadefish continue to bite at The Cell
and at Wolftrap.
We registered one speckled
trout citation this week from
the North River. It measured 26
inches, weighed 5 pounds and
was caught July 16 by Homer
Thomas of North on a peeler
crab.
Small red drum are available
in the creeks and along shorelines mixed in with croaker,
spot and small stripers.
Still no reports of cobia in
this area.
Citation flounders included:
• 27”, 9 lbs., 5 oz., caught July
13 at Buoy 42 on squid by Anita
Gartner of Gloucester.
• 26”, 7 lbs., 13 oz.,
caught July 13 at The
Cell on cut bait by Toby Calloway of Gloucester.
• 26 1/2”, 7 lbs., 11 oz.,
caught July 16 at Buoy 42 on
cut bait by Dewey Ayers Jr. of
Gloucester.
• 28”, 9 lbs., 10 oz.,
caught July 19 at The Cell on
cut bait by David L. Waren of
Portsmouth.
• 26”, 7 lbs., 12 oz.,
caught July 19 at Buoy 42 on a
minnow by Robert M. Dzula of
Barhamsville.
Thrash operates Queen’s
Creek Outfitters in Mathews.
his rhythm and did not allow
another run in the game. Tiller
went 4 2/3 innings allowing one
run on 4 hits while striking out
6.
The Mariners blew the game
open in the bottom of the
second, scoring 6 runs to take
an 8-1 lead. Just as soon as
Tappahannock walked the bases
loaded, Luke Saunders cleared
them with a 3-run double. Bryan
Hannum and Scott Crump followed with RBI doubles. Drew
Hooper capped off the inning
with a run scoring single.
Brothers Travis and Scott
Crump got the long ball working in the bottom of the third. T.
Crump hit a solo shot to center
field, and later in the inning S.
Crump hit a 3-run home run to
nearly the same spot. This put
the Mariners up by a final score
of 12-1.
Matt Tiller earned the win for
the Mariners. Bryan Hannum
used his “Eephus pitch” to
record the final out of the
game.
Offensively for the Mariners,
L. Saunders had 2 doubles, 5
RBIs, and a walk; S. Crump,
home run, double, 4 RBIs;
T. Crump, home run, RBI, 2
walks; James Moore, single;
Bryan Hannum, a double, 2
singles, an RBI; Hooper, single
and RBI; J.C. Mosicki, walk;
Dallas Wagner, walk.
Mariners 4, Rams 3
On Sunday Middle Peninsula
took on the Richmond Rams
who were the other undefeated
team left in the tournament.
The temperature was near 100
degrees and the Mariners were
beginning to feel the effects of
a 3-game weekend.
Richmond took a 1-0 lead in
the first inning on a sacrifice fly
after an error and a walk.
Things then began to get
interesting for the Mariners
when starting pitcher William
Saunders was forced to leave
the game because of a large
cut on his right index finger.
Middle Peninsula turned to
Jonathan Somers to take on the
pitching duties. The first batter
Somers faced hit a run-scoring
single to left to give Richmond
a 2-0 lead.
In the top of the third inning,
Somers had to leave the game
(Continued from page B1)
Travis Crump scores the winning run on an RBI single by
Luke Saunders in the Mariners’ 4-3 win over the Richmond Rams, which advanced
the Mariners to this Sunday’s
championship game.
with a heat-related illness and
the Mariners went to recent
addition Dallas Wagner to finish
out the game.
The Mariners struggled at the
plate during the first 5 innings
as they scattered 3 hits and did
not push across a run.
The Rams padded their lead
in the top of the sixth when a
run scored on a wild pitch and
they looked poised to win and
advance to the title game.
Middle Peninsula, however,
had other ideas. The Mariners
took advantage of 4 consecutive
walks in the bottom of the sixth
to push across a run and load the
bases for Hannum, who then hit
a 2-run single to leftfield which
tied the game 3-3.
After a scoreless seventh, the
game went into extra innings.
Richmond got a runner to third
in the top of the eighth but could
not bring him home.
T. Crump stepped up to the
plate for the Mariners in the
bottom of the eight and ripped
a single to center. Crump then
stole second base, putting himself in scoring position with one
out. After James Bierlein flew
out to deep center, Luke Saunders came through again with
a single down the left field line
scoring Crump from second.
This gave Middle Peninsula a
4-3 win and a berth in the Virginia Baseball League Championship game.
Over the three games this
weekend for the Mariners, L.
Saunders went 7 for 10 with
4 doubles, 11 RBIs, and two
walks.
“Luke has just been on fire
this summer.” said Mariners
manager Garland Harrow. “He’s
a great ballplayer and I hope he
stays hot for the championship
game”
Wagner picked up his first
win as a Mariner against the
Rams. He hurled 5 2/3 innings
and yielded no earned runs
and 3 hits with 7 strikeouts.
Saunders went 1 2/3 innings,
allowing 2 runs on no hits and
5 walks. Somers pitched 2/3 of
an inning.
Offensively for the Mariners,
T. Crump had 2 singles, a walk,
and 2 stolen bases; Bierlein,
walk; L. Saunders, single, 2
RBIs, walk; Hannum, single, 2
RBIs, walk; David Smiy, single;
Moore, single, stolen base; and
J.C. Mosicki, walk.
golf results
Trophy Day was the game
of the day for the Piankatank
River Ladies Golf Association
on July 17.
Jeanne Rogers won low gross
with a 76. Chong Hudgins won
low net with a 64 in a scorecard
playoff.
First flight winners were:
1st, Kelly Lowe, net 64; 2nd
Isabell Bunch net 68; and 3rd,
Nina Carter, net 71.
Second flight winners were:
1st, Ann Stanley, net 71; 2nd,
Pat Olson, net 74; and 3rd, June
James, net 75.
Third flight winners were:
1st, Bonnie Norton, net 69;
2nd, Carol Sennott, net 73; and
3rd, Kay Goode, net 84.
MHS football
meeting set
for Tuesday
Fall sports are gearing up at
Middlesex High School.
Athletic director Brad Norris
announced this week that parents and potential junior varsity and varsity football players
must attend an organizational
meeting on Tuesday, July 29, in
the high school gym from 6 to
7 p.m.
On Friday, August 1, junior
varsity and varsity volleyball
tryouts will be held in the
high school gym from 8 to
10:30 a.m. Golf tryouts will be
Monday, August 4, at 3 p.m. at
Piankatank River Golf Club.
There will also be a mandatory parent and athlete organizational meeting for boys and
girls cross-country on Tuesday,
August 5, at 3 p.m. in the high
school gym.
Swim team
party set
for Tuesday
in Urbanna
The Urbanna Barracudas
Swim Team end-of-the-season
party will be held Tuesday,
July 29, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the
Urbanna Pool. All swimmers
and their families are invited to
attend.
The public is invited to
join USCG Auxiliary 62 of
Deltaville for an ABS boating class on Friday, August 22,
from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturday,
August 23, from 8 a.m. to noon
at Bethpage Camp-Resort near
Urbanna.
This 8-hour course is the
basic and minimum required
to meet the requirements for a
Boater Safety Course. It covers
topics such as: Know Your
(Continued from page B1)
If the Deltas win out this
weekend, they will remain in first
place in the Southern Virginia
Baseball League standings, and
will receive a first-round bye in
league playoffs that start next
weekend.
This past Sunday, the Deltas
defeated the James River Storm
16-1 to improve to 14-4 on the
season.
Terry Emerson pitched the
complete 7-inning game, allowing just one unearned run
while scattering 7 hits. Emerson
improved to 5-1 on the season.
Tim Grandy, Brett Crawford,
Ryan Wiggins, Dustin Felvus,
and Matt Brown led the offensive assault. The Deltas offense
has now put up double-digit
run totals in 8 of their last 10
games.
For more information on the
Deltas, visit www.DeltavilleDeltas.com.
Boat, Before You Get Under
Way, Navigating the Waterways, Operating your Boat/
PWC Safely, Legal Requirements of Boating, Boating
Emergencies-What to Do, and
Enjoying Water Sports with
Your Boat.
This course is free to the
public. The fee is $20 for those
who wish to purchase the ABS
course book. To register, call
758-2122.
Hundreds of people came to
last weekend’s preview event.
Like them, you can take
advantage of pre-construction
pricing on the area’s first
waterfront village in more
than a century. It’s the best
time to reserve your new
home. So call us today for an
appointment. Come review
floor plans and information
from our preferred lenders,
Bank of America, Bank of
Lancaster and Chesapeake
Bank. But act now, because
history is marching on.
(Continued from page B1)
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Deltas . . .
Safe boating class is
Aug. 22-23 at Bethpage
Rivalry . . .
Crump for the Mariners, and
Jay Moore for the Deltas.
Moore went 7 2/3 innings,
allowing 11 runs (4 earned)
on 10 hits and 2 walks while
striking out 7. Terry Emerson
earned the win in relief, pitching the final 1 1/3 innings.
He allowed a run on 3 hits.
Brandon Hanks pitched to one
batter in the 8th inning.
James Bierlein picked up the
loss for the Mariners. Bierlien
went 5 innings and gave up 8
earned runs on 8 hits. Crump
pitched 4 innings and gave up 3
runs on 3 hits.
The Deltas were led at the
plate by Denny, Felvus and
Funk, who each picked up 2
hits apiece. Denny singled and
doubled, and Funk and Felvus
each singled twice. Brown and
Cunningham both homered,
and King, Hogge, Wiggins and
Brett Crawford each singled.
All nine Deltas starters reached
safely on hits.
Offensively, the Mariners
were led by L. Saunders who
went 3 for 5 with 2 doubles and
4 RBIs. Also for Middle Peninsula, Travis Crump 3 singles, an
RBI and hit by a pitch; James
Moore, single, RBI, walk;
James Bierlein, single, walk;
Bryan Hannum, 2 singles, 2
RBIs, walk; Scott Crump, hit
by a pitch; Kevin Davis, sacrifice, walk; Trey Powell, double,
2 RBIs; and Drew Hooper, 2
singles, RBI, hit by a pitch.
The Mariners and Deltas both
had other games last weekend,
and have important matchups
coming up this weekend. See
related articles for more information.
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vanc.com.(10-18-tf)
BED AND BREAKFAST: Sunset View
Inn, a waterfront retreat in the land
of peaceful living. Arrive by land,
air, sea. www.sunsetviewinn.com,
Topping. 804-577-7083.(7-5-tf)
VACATION/ RESORT: Bethpage
Camp-Resort, Urbanna, offers 1,2,
and 3 bedroom rentals. Resort
amenities include pools, beach, river
access, and planned activities. 804758-4349 or www.bethpagecamp.
com.(5-8-13t)
WATERFRONT COTTAGE: Pier,
beach, AC/heat, fireplace, two
bedrooms, screened porch, canoe.
www.Rivahvacations.com for information and pictures. (804)7415511 evenings. Summer $750/week.
(4-10-52t)
WEEKEND RETREAT
WHITE STONE, VA
*4 BR HOME
*Sandy beach
*Panoramic views of bay
*Daily/weekly, Seasonal Rate
(804)464-1227
www.waterdogrentals.com
(EOW)
For Sale
14x60 1989 FLEETWOOD VOGUE
Mobile Home, 2bedroom, 1 1/2 bath,
central H/A, fireplace, appliances
included. Must be moved. $11,000.
758-4802.(7-24-2t)
2007 MODEL CLEARANCE SALE.
New 28x80 4BR reduced from
78,900 to 71,900. New 28x60 3BR
reduced from 67,900 to 62,900.
Don’t miss out. Call Atlantic Mobile
Homes, Saluda, VA 804-758-5681
or 800-551-0337.(7-24-3t)
ANTIQUES: We buy, sell, and
conduct estate sales for antiques.
Call Steve at 1-800-497-0083 or
435-1207. We also do appraisals.
Kilmarnock Antique Gallery, www.
virginia-antiques.com.(5-15-13tRR)
FILL DIRT. $90/load delivered.
30-mile radius from Saluda. 7582800.(6-30-tf)
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
CONSIDERATION FOR ABANDONMENT
The Middlesex County Board of Supervisors will
conduct a public hearing at their meeting on August 19,
2008, which begins at 7:30 P.M., to consider a request
for abandoning Route 638, Christ Church Drive and
removing it from the State secondary highway system.
Anyone who wishes to send written comments may
send them to the Office of the County Administrator,
P.O. Box 428, Saluda, Virginia 23149. Anyone wishing
to make public comment should appear before the
Board of Supervisors at the above time. The Board of
Supervisors meeting will be held in the Board Room of
the Historic Courthouse, 865 General Puller Highway,
Saluda, Virginia.
7.17&7.24.08
GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPPIES:
AKC registered. Vet checked w/first
shots. Ready July 30th. $350. 804815-6517.(7-17-2t)
LAST CALL FOR $150 REBATES
and 12 months, no interest, no payments, on LA115 lawn tractors with
42” decks. Offer expires July 28. We
need trade ins. We have sold out of
used tractors. We trade and sell all
brands of lawn and garden equipment, PLUS compact and utility tractors. Chimney Corner, 804-694-5385
or 804-725-2471.(7-24-1tRR)
LEATHER LA-Z-BOY reclining sofa.
33 months old, excellent condition.
New $1,377.83, asking $700 OBO.
804-758-4771.(7-24-2t)
MULCH, TOPSOIL, and OYSTER
SHELLS. Pick up or delivered. Call
for prices. 804-854-6627.(6-19-13t)
NEW 2008 14X70 3BR reduced
to 36,900. New 2008 16x80 3BR
reduced to 46,900. Set-up, A/C
and skirting inc. Call Atlantic Mobile
Homes, Saluda, VA 804-758-5681
or 800-551-0337.(7-24-3t)
PAIR OF SEA-DOO JET SKIS and
trailer. 3-seater models with 110hp,
ski vests, well maintained. $6,995.
804-514-5303.(7-24-1t)
PRO FORM WHIRLWIND Exercise
Bike with dual action and heart rate
monitor. Paid $250, asking $125.
Call Suzette at 758-2096.(7-24-2t)
SEASONED FIREWOOD: Dump
truck load, cut, split, and delivered.
$125/cash or $130/check. Call
804-694-6469 or 804-694-5530.
(12-13-tf)
ST. MARGARET’S UNIFORMS:
Very gently used. Sizes 14x, 9 and
adult med.; also 1 youth medium.
Very reasonable. 804-776-6992.
(7-24-2tRR)
STEEL ARCH BUILDINGS: 25’x34’
and 30’x30’. Save thousands on
cancelled orders! Will sell for balance owed. Don’t delay. Call today
for HUGE savings! 866-352-0469.
(7-17-2t)
Yard Sales
BIG PORCH AND YARD SALE:
Saturday, July 26, 8:30 a.m. across
from Zoar Baptist, Deltaville. Cane
seat chairs, Staffordshire Liberty
Blue china set, silver-plate flatware,
vintage linens and textiles, jewelry
(some vintage), novelty salt and
peppers, much more.(7-24-1t)
FREESHADE COMMUNITY
CENTER, Regent Rd., Syringa.
Saturday, July 26, 8 to 2. Rain or
shine.(7-24-1t)
HARTFIELD VOLUNTEER FIRE
DEPT., pavilion behind firehouse.
Saturday, July 26, 8-2. Gate will
open at 7am. Rain or shine. Tables
$5. Call 776-6704 or 776-9779.
(7-24-1t)
JUNK-TIQUES YARD SALE, Sat.,
July 26, NOW 9a.m.-3p.m., rain or
shine. Penny Lane “Purple House”
329 Chesapeake Dr., White Stone.
Half block from Route 3, adjacent
White Stone Pharmacy. Shabby
chic, funky junk, garden junk, retro
furniture, antiques, lamps, chairs,
metal cabinets, FARM TABLES
galore, lots of gifts. T-shirts, $2.(724-1tRR)
SATURDAY, JULY 26, 8am-1pm,
305 Wake Rd., Wake. Household
items, toys, air-conditioner, girl
clothes, ladies nice dresses (size
8,10,12).(7-24-1t)
Autos/Trucks
1993 FORD F450 Super Duty Diesel
service truck w/utility body. Set up
for welding. New batteries, brakes.
Great Shape! $9,500. 543-5538 or
776-0337.(7-17-4t)
1997 FORD EXPLORER, 107,500
miles, V6, all power options, new
brakes and battery, VGC. $3,300
OBO. 758-4203.(7-17-4t)
1997 HONDA CRV, fully loaded,
new state inspection, new brakes,
new tires. $1,995. 804-514-5303.
(7-24-1t)
1999 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN,
V6, power windows, cold AC, high
mileage, great car. $2,800 OBO.
758-4203.(7-17-4t)
Boats/Motors
17ft. BOSTON WHALER: 1972 Classic Montauk 2006 90hp Johnson,
less than 100 hours, fully restored,
original teak, custom cushions w/
rear seat, new wiring and ‘05 galvanized trailer; electronics. A must
see! $15,995 OBO. 804-337-6133
or 804-776-6265.(4-24-tf)
1983 27ft. SEA RAY: 260hp twin
Mercruiser, generator, central heat
and air, sleeps 5, full bath w/shower.
Runs good! $7,950 OBO. 543-5538/
776-0337.(7-17-4t)
Classified Rates
$6.00 minimum for up to 25 words,
one week; 2 weeks $10.00; 3 weeks
$15.00; 4 or more weeks $4.50 each
week. Minimum run for TFN ads, 4
weeks. 25 words or fewer, 13 successive weeks, $40.00. Ads with 26
or more words, 24¢ each word. Custom classifieds $1.25 per line, minimum $11.25.
10% Discount for cash with order.
No refunds, no credit. No discount
on credit card sales.
Classified Deadline: 12:00 noon
Tuesdays. To place your ad,
call (804) 758-2328, FAX (804)
758-5896, email <[email protected]>, or mail to: Classifieds,
Southside Sentinel, P.O. Box 549,
Urbanna, Va. 23175.
Corrections: Please check your ad
the first week to see that it is correct.
19FT. MAXUM CUDDY CABIN
2000. Runs great, perfect for day
cruises or fishing, complete covers
included, boat still winterized, boat
located in Deltaville. Must sell,
$11,000 or best offer. 717-359-9481.
(7-24-4t)
CUSTOM YACHT SERVICE
YACHT BROKERAGE
96 SEAFOOD LANE
IRVINGTON, VA 22480
(804)438-5563
www.yachtworld.com/customyacht
POWER
1997 22’ Angler - $17,000
1972 Bertram - $17,500
1985 Chris Craft 28’ - $16,000
1994 Luhrs 29’ - $79,900
1999 Pursuit 30’ - $120,000
SAILBOAT
1988 Stevens 42’ - $135,000
(5-15-tfRR)
OCEAN KAYAK, two persons.
1998. 4.7m Spirit Duo. Used on
OBX beaches, great for exploring
creeks. Two paddles included, no
gas needed! $250 OBO. 804-7585365.(7-17-2t)
Marine Services
KLEENFUEL: Fuel polishing, tank
cleaning using the Ocean Marine
System, USCG licensed and insured.
Save on your boat downtime. Visa
and Mastercard accepted. Cell, 804694-6040.(4-24-26t)
MARINE SURVEYS. Peter W.
Schacht Co. 804-824-4102.(2-21tf)
NAUTI NELL’S MARINE CONSIGNMENT: 14 years experience. Turn
your usable equipment, hardware,
motors, boats into cash. Call for
information and to schedule drop-off.
776-9811, Deltaville.(7-17-13t)
SAILBOAT RIDES, LESSONS and
consulting. Boat repair and restoration, fiberglass repair, boat painting,
stripping, varnishing, etc. 804-8244006.(6-5-13t)
Help Wanted
A NEW CAREER?
Truck Driver Training
Train Locally at
Rappahannock Community
College - Glenns
For more information call:
1-888-878-4CDL
(1-13-tfRR)
BUSY HARTFIELD SALON is looking for licensed cosmetologist,
commission or booth rental. Please
call 804-776-0061 or 804-694-6528.
(6-26-tfRR)
BUSY PHYSICIANS OFFICE is
seeking an experienced Office
Manager. Previous medical office
experience preferred. Excellent
benefits. Call 776-8000, opt. 5, for
more information.(7-24-1t)
CHESAPEAKE MEDICAL GROUP
is accepting applications for a
part-time medical receptionist in
our OB-GYN office, and a parttime medical receptionist in our
Kilmarnock Pediatric Office. Send
resume to: CMG, P.O. Box 2255,
Kilmarnock, VA 22482, or call 804435-8570.(7-24-2t)
CNA’S
VISITING ANGELS
America’s Choice in Homecare
Seeking experienced caregivers in
Northern Neck and
Middle Peninsula.
Day, night, live-in and
live-out positions available.
Call 804-435-2229.
(7-24-2t)
COOK: 5 days a week, evenings and
some weekends. Call 804-758-2306,
ext. 147, ask for Richard or Thomas
for further information. Must pass
background check.(7-24-2tRR)
DELTAVILLE BOATYARD now
hiring: assistant parts department
manager. You need: great attitude,
excellent communication and organizational skills, long term commitment to a great career. Deltavilleboatyard.com. Call Keith Ruse,
804-514-4397.(7-10-tf)
JOURNEYMAN ELECTRICIAN
or apprentice: DL/ VA Card/ tools/
Transportation. FT/ Benefits/ Excellent pay. Call 804-843-4571.(7-242t)
JUVENILE CASE WORKER: Part
time position of 10-30 hours per
week, including evenings and weekends. Under limited supervision,
performs variety of assignments
including supervision and monitoring of juveniles and their families
through court related programs.
Computer, verbal and written communication skills, drivers license and
ability to pass background check
necessary. Experience in working
with juveniles, the Court system and/
LABORATORY DEPT. within busy
family practice needs a technician.
Must be energetic, able to multitask and have excellent consumer
service skills. Willing to train right
person. FT. Benefits. Submit resume
to Laboratory Position, P.O. Box 46,
White Stone, VA 22578 or Fax 804435-1311.(7-10-3tRR)
LINE COOK, great pay with weekly
tip-outs, Cocomos, Deltaville. Call
Lori, 804-776-8822. (Dishwasher
also needed.)(7-10-3t)
MACHINE OPERATORS NEEDED.
Starting rate $8.45. Excellent benefits. Apply Star Fields, 2905 Buckley
Hall Rd., Cobbs Creek, VA.(6-5-tf)
MIZPAH HEALTH CARE CENTER
now taking applications for: RNs,
full-time nurse management position, day shift; RN/LPN, part-time,
day shift positions; CNA, full-time/
part-time, 3-11 shift; part-time/ weekends/ PRN/ labor pool, 7-3 and 3-11
shifts. Please contact Ann Carleton
Gresham, Assistant Administrator,
804-758-5260.(7-17-3t)
NEED LIVE IN FEMALE CAREGIVER/ companion for elderly
female. Urbanna area. Work 6 nights
a week (Sat. off) OR work 5 days a
week (Sat. and Sun. off). References
required. Call before 9pm weeknights. #804-794-9176.(7-24-2t)
PIANKATANK RIVER GOLF CLUB
is looking for golf shop assistants,
must be 21 yrs. of age or older. We
also have employment opportunities available for cart attendants,
and golf course maintenance staff.
Please apply in person in the golf
shop. 804-776-6516.(7-24-2tRR)
THE STEAMBOAT RESTAURANT
at The Piankatank River Golf Club
has employment opportunities
available for servers, bussers, and
bartenders. Please apply in person.
804-776-6589.(7-24-2tRR)
SENIOR SOCIAL WORKER
Position No.: 00002-08
Salary: $32,089-$45,005
Full Time Position: 40 hrs/wk
Location: Middlesex County, VA
APPLICATION DEADLINE
EXTENDED:
through July 25, 2008-Noon
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Supports and assists clients
and their families utilizing available
resources to meet their personal,
social, health and economic needs.
The person filling this position will
assume primary responsibility for the
adult protective service caseload,
assist with foster care casework,
and assume management of generic
service cases as needed. Must be
willing to work outside of normal
working hours, including being oncall for 24-hour periods. SPECIAL
REQUIREMENTS: Must be able
to assist with emergency shelter
operations.
QUALIFICATIONS and EDUCATION: Requires knowledge of social
work principles; ability to exchange
information orally with clients, coworkers, and staff members of
other agencies; ability to make and
implement case decisions; ability to
assess an individual’s and/or family’s
strengths and needs; knowledge of
social, economic, and health problems that face individuals, groups
and communities; ability to respond
to the client’s emotions; ability to
plan and manage, with supervision,
own work activities; ability to write;
and ability to interpret laws, policies
and regulations. Preference will
be given to candidates who have
experience in the social service field
and comprehensive knowledge of
the Virginia DSS Adult Protective
Services system.
Applicants must possess a minimum
of a baccalaureate degree in the
Human Services field or a minimum
of a baccalaureate degree in any
field accompanied by a minimum of
two years of social services related
experience. Applicants must have a
valid driver’s license.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:
To be considered for this position,
you must submit a completed Commonwealth of Virginia Application for
Employment (DPT Form 10-012). If
you need additional space to record
your work history, you may use
either a Supplementary Experience
Form (DPT Form 10-021A) or plain
paper. These forms may be obtained
from state and local offices of the
Department of Social Services and
from local offices of the Virginia
Employment Commission. You are
encouraged to submit a resume
with your completed application;
however, a resume will not substitute
for an application.
Include the classification title,
number and location of the position for which you are applying
on all forms that you submit. The
state application and any other
information that you submit must
THREE RIVERS
HEALTH DISTRICT
King and Queen County,
Virginia
Environmental
Health Specialist #0841
Three Rivers Health District is currently seeking an Environmental
Health Specialist. Duties include
application of public health regulations and policies in follow-up of
notices issued for the enforcement
of the sewage disposal regulations to improve water quality of
shellfish waters, permitting on-site
sewage disposal systems and private wells, zoonotic disease control,
environmental health complaint
investigation, sanitary inspections
of marinas and other programs. A
Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Health, Biology, Soil Science,
Geology, or other related sciences
and/or related environmental health
experience in the above duties is
preferred. Minimum salary: $31,352,
negotiable with experience. Travel
required throughout the district.
Applicants must have a valid driver’s
license. Must provide own transportation with mileage reimbursement. Twelve month probationary
period is required for all new state
employees. Selected candidate
must successfully pass a National
Criminal Background Check. A
completed application, including all
previous employment, salary history,
and education, must be submitted
on-line at www.vdh.virginia.gov for
consideration. No faxed, mailed,
e-mailed applications accepted.
Applications must be completed
prior to 5:00 p.m., July 31, 2008.
Virginia Department of Health is
an Equal Employment Opportunity
Employer.(7-24-2t)
TREE CLIMBER: Must have experience, good work habits and valid
drivers license. 804-815-6471.
(7-24-tf)
Wanted
ITEMS NEEDED for the Annual
Salem United Methodist Men’s
Auction. Please call 804-785-2101,
804-693-2023 or 804-832-5409.
(5-15-tf)
WILL PAY CASH for used, wrecked
or junked CARS and TRUCKS. Will
pick up. Call 758-5277.(12-14-tf)
Wanted To Buy
35-MM CAMERA. Prefer Minolta or
Pentax. 804-776-6691.(7-24-1t)
WILL BUY OLD FISHING rods,
reels and tackle. 804-776-9462 or
804-241-4130.(7-17-tf)
Business Services
AAA HANDYMAN: Everybody needs
a hand. Let me be your handyman!
Family business 30 years. Windows,
Doors, Floors, Roofs, Porches. Free
estimates. Keith, 758-4422/ 804824-8105.(7-10-13t)
AFFORDABLE LAWN CARE by
Brandon Putney. Grass cutting, yard
work, weekly, bi-weekly, as needed.
Affordable rates, 804-514-5303.
(5-22-13t)
CARPENTER: Able to do sheetrock,
painting, doors, windows, cabinets,
rotten wood, flooring, trim, decks,
siding. 25 years experience. Quality
work for less. Call Kevin, 758-4223.
(7-13-13tRR)
CERTIFIED GAS AND PLUMBING
REPAIRS, also NEW INSTALLATIONS. Also one call for carpentry,
trim, painting and electrical work.
7-day and 24-hour emergency
service. Over 20 years experience.
Don’t wait for winter to service your
gas logs and heaters. One call can
do it all. Chris Hanuska, home: 804776-9911 and cell: 804-832-6092.
(6-26-12t)
D. STEVENS CONSTRUCTION,
LLC, Class B Contractor. New
homes, additions, renovations.
LICENSED and INSURED. Call
Darrell 804-815-2154 or 804-4432898.(1-3-tf)
D.M. INC. Licensed and Insured
carpentry crew: Framing, siding,
renovations, decks, fences, repairs,
tractor and backhoe work, bush
hogging, grading, footings. Daniel
Maddox, 804-402-9358.(5-29-13t)
DAYCARE: Mother of three providing daycare in her Topping home.
18 months and older. 6AM-6PM.
804-758-5240. Experienced/ ref.
provided.(5-15-13t)
Continued on page B6
Publisher’s Notice
All real estate advertised herein is
subject to Virginia’s fair housing law
which makes it illegal to advertise
‘any preference, limitation or discrimination because of race, color,
religion, national origin, sex, elderliness, familial status or handicap, or
intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.’
This newspaper will not knowingly
accept advertising for real estate
that violates the fair housing law.
Our readers are hereby informed
that all dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available on an equal
opportunity basis. For more information or to file a housing complaint,
call the Virginia Fair Housing Office
at (804) 367-8530; toll-free call (888)
551-3247. For the hearing-impaired,
call (804) 367-9753. E-mail [email protected] Web site:
www.fairhousing.vipnet.org
CHANGE IN MEETING DATE
The Middlesex County Airport Committee will
be meeting on Sunday, July 27, 2008, at 4:30
p.m., at the new hangar building, located at
342 Plainview Road. This meeting will be in
place of their regular meeting which would
normally be held on July 28th.
7.24.08
B6 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • July 24, 2008
hands across
MIDDLESEX COUNTY
WETLANDS BOARD
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 28.2-1302.6
of the Code of Virginia that public hearings will be
held by the Middlesex County Wetlands Board on
Tuesday, August 12, 2008 at 9:00 AM on the following
applications:
1. Wetlands Application #2008-1068 from N. Decker
Bristow. This application requests to install a total
of 100 linear feet of marsh toe sill (2 sections). The
proposed project is located on Piankatank River,
Tax Map 39-27-2.
2. Wetlands Application #2008-0696 from Coastal
Marine, Inc. This application requests to remove
and replace the existing deck, pier, walkways, and
finger piers. The proposed project is located on
Broad Creek, Tax Map 41-25-A-2D.
3. Wetlands Application #2008-1114 from William
Cosby. This application requests to install 120 linear
feet of rip-rap in front of existing bulkhead. The
proposed project is located on Piankatank River,
Tax Map 44A-1-B-14.
4. Wetlands Application #2008-1212 from Mill Creek
Harbor Association. This application requests to
install a 10’ and 15’ Coir Log 5’ channelward of
MHW and planting for erosion control. The proposed
project is located on Mill Creek, Tax Map 41-64-7.
5. Wetlands Application #2008-1235 from Joe
Edwards. The portion of the application within the
Wetlands Board jurisdiction requests to remove
existing rip-rap and concrete tires, replace with RediRock retaining wall; install 140’ vinyl jetty at existing
pilings. Remove broken concrete slabs and replace
with class 1 stone, and install filter cloth and class
1 stone along deteriorating timber bulkhead. The
proposed project is located on Rappahannock River
and Broad Creek, Tax Map 41-52-71A.
6. Wetlands Application #2008-1282 from Nancy
G. Chambers. The portion of the application within
the Wetlands Board jurisdiction requests to repair
2 existing groins and add 16’ to each groin. The
proposed project is located on the Rappahannock
River, Tax Map 19C-5-21.
7. Wetlands Application #2008-1283 from Mark L.
Tucker. This application requests to replace existing
48’ groin with new vinyl construction. The proposed
project is located on the Piankatank River, Tax Map
37A-7-2.
8. Wetlands Application #2008-1123 from Potomac
Timber Investments #227, LLC. This application
requests to demolish existing boathouses; retain
8 existing slips along seawall; retain 3 floating
piers and 38 slips from the previously approved
application; add 4 new floating piers and an
extension to a previously approved pier creating 79
new slips for a total of 125 slips; and install 277 linear
feet of vinyl bulkhead in front of existing bulkhead.
The proposed project is located on Urbanna Creek,
Tax Map 20A-1-88, 89 and 91.
The Wetlands Board has already closed the public
comment period, but will be considering action on the
following applications:
1. Wetlands Application #2008-0534 from Waterview
Landing c/o Steve Thompson. This application
requests to install a community pier 8’ wide x 433’
long with a 60’ x 6’ “T” head as well as 18 wetslips
within the jurisdiction of the Middlesex County
Wetlands Board. The proposed project is located
on Harry George Creek, Tax Map 9-38.
2. Wetlands Application #2008-0894 from Robert
Sampson. This application requests to install a total
of 180 linear feet of coir logs for erosion protection.
The proposed project is located on Jackson Creek,
Tax Map 40-235.
3. Wetlands Application #2008-0904 from David
Keitz. This application requests to install 100’ of
timber bulkhead. The proposed project is located
on Meachims Creek, Tax Map 30A-1-31A.
4. Wetlands Application #2008-1001 from Don Lacey
c/o Jeff Allen. The portion of the application within
the Wetlands Board jurisdiction requests to install a
100’ x 5’ marsh sill and fiber logs. The proposed project
is located on Parrott’s Creek, Tax Map 9-7-1.
The Wetlands Board meeting will be held in the Board
Room of the Historic Courthouse, on the second
floor, 865 General Puller Hwy, County Courthouse
Complex, Saluda, Virginia. All interested persons are
encouraged to attend to present their views concerning
the applications. A copy of each application is available
for public inspection at the Department of Planning and
Community Development, Woodward Building, Saluda,
Virginia, telephone (804) 758-3382.
7.24&7.31.08
by Cathy Newcomb
The July meeting for Hands
Across Middlesex was held at
Urbanna Baptist Church on
July 20. Thanks go to the members of that church for their
generous offer for us to use
their building for our meeting.
The meeting was well
attended and there were many
new faces in the crowd. It is
great to know that folks are
interested in our mission.
The business meeting covered the usual reports from our
various committees. Everything is up and running!
The highlights of our session
were:
(1) We may be moving our
Clothing Barn and Furniture
Barn to a more attractive location soon. When this takes
place, we will be sure to let you
know.
(2) Our Food Bank is in good
shape, but we are always looking to replenish items as they
get distributed to those in need.
So, please keep those canned
foods coming.
(3) We are hoping to supply
a new community service soon.
This will involve making life
safer for those in our area who
suffer from memory loss and
other forms of dementia. More
news will be coming to you
on this as the plan gets more
established.
(4) The 2009 Gala will be
held at Bethpage Community
Center on March 14. Everyone
who was there earlier this year
can attest to the fact it was a
great event. Mark your calendars!
We thank all of you so sincerely for your continuous support by giving of your time,
money and food items.
Next month’s meeting will be
held at St. Paul Baptist Church
in Jamaica on August 17 at 3:30
p.m. The public is invited.
Hands Across Middlesex is a
nonprofit 501-C organization.
Our office is located in Philippi
Church in Deltaville. The phone
number is 776-8535. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 1299,
Saluda, VA 23149.
Church donates to Dental Clinic
Campbell Memorial Presbyterian Church and its Agape
Committee
have
donated
$25,000 this year and committed to $25,000 for 2009 to
support funding for a staff dentist at the Northern Neck Free
Health Clinic’s Dental Clinic.
“Campbell’s donation will
make an enormous difference
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Notices
SUBSTITUTE
TRUSTEE’S SALE
of Route 620 North,
P.O. Box 136,
Locust Hill, Virginia
In execution of a Credit Line Deed
of Trust dated October 26, 2001,
in the original principal amount of
$30,000.00, recorded on March 19,
2002, in the Clerk’s Office of the
Circuit Court of Middlesex County,
Virginia, in Deed Book 337, at Page
182, defaults having occurred under
said Deed of Trust and in the payment of the debts secured thereby
and being instructed to do so by the
holder of the Note, the undersigned
Substitute Trustee will offer for sale
at public auction on the front steps
of the Circuit Court of Middlesex
County, Virginia, located at Routes
17 & 33, Courthouse, Saluda, Virginia, on July 30, 2008, beginning
at 1:15 p.m., local time, the property
described in said Deed of Trust,
located at the above address and
briefly described as: Containing
1.44 acres, and bounded as follows: North by the low water mark
in Whitings Creek and South, East
and West by land of William Temple
Bennett. TAX MAP No. 29B-1-8E.
Terms of sale: (Cash) A deposit of
$3,000.00 or ten percent (10%) of
the sale price, whichever is lower,
cash or certified or cashier’s check,
will be required at the time of sale
with settlement to occur within ten
(10) days from the date of sale. The
property and improvements will be
sold “AS IS” without representation
or warranty of any kind. The property
shall be sold subject to conditions,
restrictions, rights-of-way, easements, and reservations, if any, of
record, filed and unfiled mechanics
and materialmen’s liens, if any, and
all other matters of record taking
priority over the Deed of Trust;
and further subject to all conditions announced by the Trustee
at sale. THIS IS AN ATTEMPT
TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY
INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL
BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE.
Michael J. Levy, Substitute Trustee.
For information contact: Traci Ann
Mixson, Troutman Sanders LLP,
222 Central Park Ave., Suite 2000,
Virginia Beach, VA 23462, 757-6877783.(6-26-5t)
in people’s lives,” said Free
Health Clinic Executive Director Jean Nelson.
Campbell has been a key
supporter of the clinic since its
founding in 1993, and for the
past 15 years has made multiple donations annually. These
include thousands of dollars
toward operating funds, donations of meals for the evening
clinic volunteers, and financial
support for the footings and
foundation of the clinic’s first
home on DMV Drive.
The Dental Clinic was
opened in 2004 and operates
Wednesdays through Fridays
with a staff dentist and local
volunteer dentists who oversee students from the Virginia
Commonwealth
University
School of Dentistry. Through
May of this year, more than
$3.2 million in dental care has
been provided to those otherwise unable to afford it.
The clinic overall, counting
dental, medical and pharmaceutical services, is on track to
provide more than $30 million
in services by the end of the
year. During 2008, the clinic
budget of $1 million-plus will
yield about $4.5 million in
healthcare services to some
1,600 low-income, uninsured
area residents.
For information on donations
or volunteer hours to support
the clinic in its mission, phone
435-0575 or write to the clinic
at P.O. Box 1694, Kilmarnock,
VA 22482.
Eight Middlesex youth attended the recent Knights of
Pythagoras Council 44 Summer Encampment Program
at Virginia State University in Petersburg. The group was
sponsored by Bethlehem Star Lodge 249 of Saluda. Those
attending were, front from left, Dameicrio Jones, Dracey
Greenwood, Carnell Bagby, Andre Johnson, and Maurice
Byrd; second row, Patrick Thompkins, Wayne Jessie Jr. and
Neil South; and third row, worshipful master Que Mohammid, and assistant state director Bill Bagby.
Eight attend Knights of
Pythagoras encampment
The Knights of Pythagoras
Summer Encampment program was held last week at
Virginia State University in
Petersburg and eight young
men of Middlesex participated
in the annual event.
This year’s theme was “Teach
One, Reach One, is a Terrific
Notion.”
Assistant state director William Bagby of Middlesex said
this year’s camp was the “best
in years.”
The local chapter of the
Knights of Pythagoras is
sponsored by Bethlehem Star
Lodge 249 in Saluda. The purpose of the Knights program
is “to lead young men into the
future,” said Bagby.
Several Middlesex youngsters received honors. Carnell
Bagby and Dameicrio Jones
received education achievement certificates, and C. Bagby
also received the best athlete
certificate for his age group.
Jones and C. Bagby also
were installed into “the most
venerable grand knight mentor
program,” which is designed to
teach and stimulate mentoring
of the participants’ peers.
The boys took classes on
oratory, first aid, sex education, bowling, basketball, football and swimming.
This is the 12th year that
Bethlehem Star Lodge 249
has sponsored a group to the
encampment program. W.
Bagby extended special thanks
to David Harmon, superintendent of the Middle Peninsula
Regional Security Center in
Saluda, and Captain Denise
Copeland for their assistance.
Also, he thanked owners of
Urbanna Exxon who allowed
the group to hold a car wash/
bake sale on their property
to raise funds toward camp
costs.
Vacation Bible School
begins Aug. 10 at LUMC
Lower United Methodist
Church at Hartfield invites
children to attend “God’s Big
Backyard” August 10-14.
This outdoor adventure starts
in the backyard and gets bigger
each day as kids take the love
of Jesus into their neighborhoods and communities.
The backyard sites include:
• Backyard Bible Club, where
kids will explore the Bible story
in a variety of interactive ways
and apply the story by completing service challenges.
• Backyard food and fun,
where kids have time to move
around, have fun and fill up.
• Clothesline creations,
where kids have fun creating
crafts that are service and less
oriented.
• Community Corner, where
kids hear stories about community servants and get motivated
to be involved in community
projects.
There is also a class for adults
titled “Beyond Your Backyard”
and led by Tom Ellsworth.
Dinner will be served free
of charge each evening from
6 to 6:30 p.m. Vacation Bible
School will follow until 8:30
p.m.
Registration is on August 10
from 5:15 to 6 p.m. Contact the
church office at 776-6250 for
more information, or visit lowerumc.org.
The
Middle
Peninsula
Northern Neck Local Human
Rights Committee will hold its
regularly scheduled meeting on
Monday, July 28, at the Arc of
VA Peninsula, Lewis B. Puller
Center, 6632 Main Street,
Gloucester. The meeting will
begin at 1 p.m. All are invited
to attend.
Union Shiloh
plans revival Services board meets Monday
Union Shiloh Baptist Church
of Laneview will celebrate
homecoming and beginning of
revival on Sunday, August 3.
The morning worship service
will begin at 11:30 a.m. with the
message delivered by Rev. Frederick Young Sr.
Dinner will be served and
the evening service will begin
with prayer and praise at 3:30
p.m. Worship service will begin
at 4 p.m. The evening message
will be delivered by Rev. Irving
Woolfolk, pastor of Ebenezer
Baptist Church at Supply. He
will be accompanied by his officers, choir and church family.
Revival will begin Tuesday,
August 5, and continue through
Friday, August 8. The following
pastors will deliver the word
during the week:
Tuesday, Rev. Calvin Rideau,
pastor of Immanuel Baptist
Church, Jamaica.
Wednesday, Rev. Russell B.
Smith, pastor of Macedonia
Baptist Church, Center Cross.
Thursday, Rev. Darryl E.
Fisher, pastor of Jerusalem Baptist Church, Oldhams.
Friday, Rev. Antonio M.
Baker of Third Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, Woodford.
Prayer and praise will begin
each night at 7:30 p.m. with
worship beginning at 8 p.m.
Suicide
intervention
training set
The Middle Peninsula-Northern Neck Community Services
Board’s Prevention Services
Division is offering a free
Applied Suicide Intervention
Skills Training (ASIST) program. The two-day workshop
will be held on Wednesday and
Thursday, August 20-21, from
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Saluda
Baptist Church. This training
is free and open to the public. Those planning on attending
should call 1-888-PREV-550.
RN
Lancashire Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center
is recruiting a RN for the position of ADON.
Long term care and MDS exp. preferred but
not required.
Competitive salary
and benefit plan with
a Mon.- Fri. schedule.
Call Tiffany Robins
(804)435-1684
TOWN OF URBANNA
NOTICE OF
PUBLIC HEARING
The Historic and Architectural Review Board
will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, August 6, 2008, 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers,
45 Cross Street, Urbanna Va. 23175 to consider
Certificate of Appropriateness Application #0817, Potomac Timber Investments #227, LLC,
13, 15, and 88 Watling Street (20A-1-88, 89,
91) to install a construction fence 72" tall, vinyl,
260 ft. on the frontage along Watling Street,
gate at north end at fence, 72".
A copy of all the files and revised site plans
may be reviewed at the Town Office, 45 Cross
Street, Urbanna, Monday through Friday, 8:30
a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
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school
Vest earns master’s
Ellen Glass Vest of Deltaville
earned a master’s degree in
psychology and counseling
from Regent University in May
2008.
She is a 1979 graduate of
VCU with a BA in religion and
philosophy.
She is currently a paramedic
and firefighter for 15 years for
the City of Newport News.
Since 1983, she has been a
volunteer for MCVRS-Deltaville; and since 1996, the education coordinator for PEMS
(Peninsula Emergency Medical
Services) and Administrative
Coordinator for its CISM team
(Critical Incident Stress Management).
Her daughter, Shannon Rae
Vest, is also a graduate of VCU
and her son, Joey Vest, is currently a student there.
MHS Band Camp schedule set
Justin W. Ranson, director of bands and ensembles at
Middlesex High School, has
announced the MHS Band
Camp schedule. It is as follows:
• Pre-Camp, August 6-8,
8 a.m. to noon. For all first
year students, all percussion
students, and all color guard
members. “Leadership” students also should attend. Student leadership will teach the
basics and fundamentals of
being in a marching band.
• Regular Camp, August
11-14 and August 18-21, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m. All students must
attend. This is when the bulk of
the show will be learned.
• Post camp, August 26 and
28, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. All students must attend. A refresher
course from those hot summer
days.
Students are reminded to
bring provisions for lunch,
plenty of water, sun screen, a
hat, and comfortable shoes (no
sandals).
Students who are not currently registered for a band
class may still attend camp
(and are encouraged to) and
band will be added to the students’ schedule.
Students interested in the
color guard who have not yet
auditioned need to see Ranson
at MHS. Please check the band
website for updates at www.
mcps.k12.va.us/~jranson.
Ellen Glass Vest
Blood drive donors thanked
An American Red Cross
blood drive was held July 15
at Saluda Baptist Church. Julie
Dudley, executive director of
River Counties Red Cross,
thanked everyone for their support and thanked the 35 donors
who participated to give the gift
of life.
The donors were: Patricia
Jones, Eric Johnson, Tom Foley,
Bill Sigler, Vince Ourso, William May, Jennifer Edwards,
JoAnne Moore, Stephanie
Self, Kate Copey, Carol Conti,
Duyane Young, Robert Mike,
Glen Priddy, Peter Willard, Shirley Brown, Julia Graham, Mary
Hamlett, Davis Wilson, Chris
Jones, Brendella Thomas, Mark
Lucas, Misty Justis, James Griffin, Mary Sealey, Joan Duke,
Angel Brown, Teaperance
Bruder, Wendy Halbis, Thomas
Tustig, Roy Self, Evelyn Dickerson, Robert Dickerson, William Richardson Jr. and Walter
Metzger.
David Alberts, board member,
thanked the following volunteers
for their dedication in all areas
of the blood drive: Janet Carson, Academy teacher
Janet Cartwright, Charles and
Anita Healy, Virginia Hunt, Jen- Celina Knez (above) of Locust
nifer Lucas, Roberta Major and Hill and teacher at West Point
High School was selected
Janet Throckmorton.
to teach at the Governor’s
School Spanish Academy
this summer. The Academy
is an immersion program in
Spanish. The best 60 Spanish
high school students from
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Key Clubbers attend convention
Carolyn Macaulay, Erin Murray, and Savannah Williams
recently returned from the Key Club International Convention in Denver, Colorado. The three are pictured above
in front of their Governor’s Project, Heifer International,
which raises money to purchase farm animals for families in
Third World countries. From left are Macaulay, Murray and
Williams. “The convention provided instructional forums
and a great speaker, Brendan Burchard,” said one Key Club
member. “And there was a special bonding time for 26
Key Clubbers who were stuck in the hotel elevator for an
hour. “
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Fun in the mud
The recent Chesapeake
Academy Water Sports Camp
was a huge success. Above,
Nikki Stump, Carter Drake
and Andi Mayer take a break
from skiing, tubing and wake
boarding with some fun in
the mud. There is one more
week of Water Sports Camp,
July 28-August 1. Call 4385575 for more information.
The Sentinel news
deadline is noon on
Tuesdays.
on former Middlesex County resident Douglas Christopher Thomas,
who was executed for the murders
of Kathy and James “J.B.” Wiseman.
I would be interested in interviewing anyone who knew Chris Thomas,
Jessica Wiseman or their respective
families. I would also be interested in
interviewing anyone who was involved
in (or attended) the trials of Chris
Thomas or Jessica Wiseman. You can
reach me at the following email address:
[email protected]
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deltaville maritime museum
by Nature Girl
and Kaptain Krunch
Looking for something for
your 9-13 year old child or
grandchild to do? They are
invited to join Holly Point
and the Virginia Cooperative
Extension for a one day 4-H
Nature Day Camp on August
6, but you need to reserve
the space now by calling the
Extension office at 758-4120.
The deadline is Friday, July 25,
but check with the office for
availability.
We are also getting ready
for Kids Kraft Day on Saturday, August 9, from 10 a.m. to
noon. Kids of all ages are welcome to come enjoy a morning
of garden and nature activities.
Check out the NOAA Chesapeake Bay Interpretive Buoy
System display in the Tea
House. The Stingray Buoy is
in place, and Deltaville is now
part of the nation’s first waterbased National Historic Trail.
We hope to see you this Saturday for the Boatbuilding Fish
Fry and boat race. Check out
the related article for details.
It is with much sadness that
we say goodbye to our friend
Bob Gary. Bob has given so
much to the museum and park
over the past years. We have
been blessed by his support in
so many ways. We will miss
his wonderful smile and attitude and will remember him
for his generosity. Thanks,
Bob.
As we wind down a very
busy time around the museum
and park, we’d like to thank
all the volunteers for making
“The Stingray Point Story”
and Family Boatbuilding
Week such a success. Special thanks to Raynell for a
great job in bringing to life
the story of John Smith and
Stingray Point. Even the heat
didn’t keep people away. And
another huge thanks to Chuck
McGhinnis for
organizing
Boatbuilding Week.
And now to Krunch the
Chief . . .
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Story” last weekend comes
Family Boatbuilding Week,
July 20-26.
We have a trove of builders
braving the heat to create 12 by
14 foot Wright skiffs.
By the time you read this,
these beauties should be taking
shape and primping for the big
race. Our time line is: completed boats launched Friday;
a rowing race on Mill Creek at
10:30 a.m. on Saturday; with
awards afterwards—leakiest,
fastest, etc.—and a fish fry at
noon ($10 for visitors). After
all of that, the builders can take
home their own dream-boats.
We hope to have the best
boats ever for this our sixth
year of family boatbuilding.
Got to dash! I’m head cheerleader for the teams.
RI Academy
Class of 1948
plans reunion
on August 9
The Rappahannock Industrial (RI) Academy Class of
1948 will celebrate its 60th
class reunion at the RI Academy Alumni Association
annual meeting and banquet on
Saturday, August 9, at 2 p.m.
at Tappahannock Elementary
School.
Located at Ozeana (now
Dunnsville), RI Academy
was a private school that provided secondary education
for African-Americans. Since
the school closed its doors in
1948, the class of 1948 was the
school’s final class. The banquet will recognize all persons
who were ever a student in the
class of 1948, regardless of
whether they graduated with
the class. In addition, all persons who were underclassmen
students at the school in 1948
are invited to attend.
The school’s 1948 faculty
will be honored. The principal was Rev. Alexander Davis
Williams. Teachers were Ida
Smith Cauthorne, Gerald
Butler Harris, Luretha Jones
Harris and Jacqueline Waugh
(Foster). All of these persons
are deceased, but the organization invites their family members to attend.
All persons who were students at the school in 1948, or
who are or know relatives of the
1948 principal and teachers, are
asked to contact Thomas Harris
at 445-0038.
Hampton Inn opens in Gloucester
Hampton, the national
brand of Hampton Inn and
Hampton Inn & Suites hotels,
has announced the official
opening of its new property,
the 84-room Hampton Inn
Gloucester at 6638 Forest Hill
Avenue in Gloucester.
The new property is the first
Hampton Hotel to open in the
Gloucester area. The hotel is
operated by Lane Hospitality
and owned by the Allen Group
of Urbanna.
Hampton Inn Gloucester is
located next to the Gloucester
Shopping Center and within
close proximity to all local
corporations and area attractions. All rooms feature Cloud
Nine Hampton Inn Bedding
with pillow top mattresses,
in-room coffee maker, iron
and ironing boards, hair dryer,
massage shower head, laptop
desk for easier work access,
32-inch flat screen televisions
and HBO.
Hotel amenities include a
complimentary hot breakfast,
complimentary wireless high
speed internet access, indoor
pool, fitness center, business
center, “Suite Shop” for snack
and sundry needs, complimentary weekday newspaper, onsite guest laundry and same day
valet service, free local phone
calls, a 100% satisfaction guarantee and participation in the
Hilton Honors Frequent Guest
Program. The hotel also has
meeting/conference facilities
for up to 80 people.
“Hampton Hotels combine
quality, service, comfort and
plenty of value-added extras,
making Hampton the brand
of choice in the marketplace
today,” said Craig Larson,
regional vice president for
Lane Hospitality. “Providing clean, comfortable rooms
and outstanding guest service
is a top priority for our hotel
staff and one reason we will be
highly competitive in our local
market.”
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P.O. Box 489, 4460 Lewis B. Puller Mem. Hwy., Shacklefords, VA 23156
Urbanna Area 3 BR, 2 BA... Now being
renovated... New vinyl, new central heat
and air... New WOOD floors by master
craftsman! On ONE acre... Convenient
to Urbanna and Saluda......$164,000
North Gloucester 3-BR, 3-BA
Ranch with bonus room! Large deck...
2-zone heat pump... New master
BR... Wood and carpet floors... On
almost 2 ACRES..................$249,500
MICHAEL MARKETING
REAL ESTATE
INCORPORATED
Piankatank River access - Upscale waterfront community, 3
acre wooded lot with accessSto
LD ramp & DEEP water pier on
Oboat
RIVAH. 2200 min. sq. ftg. home.
$125,000
Piankatank River Terrific retreat! 3
BR... River cottage with great room...
Lots of glass... Vinyl bulkheading...
Pier with boat lift.................$449,000
Northern Gloucester - 3 bdrm
2 bath mobile home on +5 acres
of land, private, central heat/air,
large covered deck, detached
workshop, detached storage bldg.
2 well & septics. Can build 800 sq.
ft. house for family on property.
$149,900 CALL TODAY.
Meachim Creek 200' frontage on
water... Million $$$ views! 1,400 SF
home, 3 BR, 2 BA... Deep-water
dock... Lots of room too......$475,000
Rappahannock RIver @the BAY - Nags Head style FULLY
FURNISHED cottage with wide views, large decks, separate
shared ownership of lot with pier on Broad Creek. protected harbor.
$575,000
Rappahannock River – at historic Burhan’s Wharf 2-BR river
cottage... Breathtaking sunsets.............................................................$425,000
WE HAVE OTHER LOTS & HOMES FOR SALE.
GIVE US A CALL, WE WELCOME NEW CLIENTS.
566 Gloucester Road
Saluda, VA 23149
Piankatank River – Point Anne
Ray Walden: (804) 815-8647
Joyce W. Eanes: (804) 370-3953
Cheryl Prince Teagle: (804) 694-9025
Dennis Mann: (804) 370-0359
Two Bedrooms
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two baths
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$645,000
Deltaville 3 BR, 2½ BA, LR with
fireplace, dining room, music or
computer room... Master BR with sitting room and balcony.......$369,000
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Waterfront Lots
DELTAVILLE - Sturgeon Creek
Three Waterfront lots, perk approved for conventional sewage
disposal systems. Each lot is partially treed with over 1.5 acres.
Lot 1 - $249,000
Lot 2 - $279,000
Lot 3 - $299,000
Chesapeake Watch
Condos
Three bedroom
two and half bath
Great community
amenities
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river frontage... Central heat and air...
Appliances included..............$379,000
Office: (804) 758-3093
Mike Jackson: (804) 694-7141
Nancy P. Jackson: (804) 815-9820
Virginia Williams: (804) 370-4608
HARDYVILLE - Chick Cove-Three bedroom,2 bath 2600 sq ft home
with great room, large loft, attached garage, on 1.87 wooded acres.
Numerous community amenities: pool, tennis and basketball courts, boat
ramp and slips. ………………………………………………$379,500
North Shore – on Rappahannock River Captivating views from 1½
Rappahannock River 2-story
condo, 2 BR, 1½ BA... furnished...
Ceramic tile in kitchen and sunroom...
2 decks... Boat slip with lift, water and
electric... SAND BEACH......$299,000
Water View Ranch on 11
ACRES!! Three bedrooms... Central heat/air... GARAGE......$199,500
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Answers to Their
Rising Cost of Living
with a Reverse Mortgage
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HARDYVILLE Two story, three bedroom, two bath home on wooded
1.5 acre lot. New floors, storage shed and detached sun room. Close to
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HARTFIELD The Landing West - NEW CONSTRUCTION: 2,900
sq. ft. two story, brick and vinyl siding home fronts on the #3 tee at The
Piankatank River Golf Course,3 large bedrooms, 3 full baths, and a half
bath, 2 fireplaces, cherry kitchen cabinets, granite counter tops, screened
porches, 2 car attached garage, generator and more..………$579,000
For your free consultation
or come by
The Piankatank River Golf Course
645 Rappahannock Drive
White Stone
Call: 804-435-8705
Lots available in "The Landing" and "The Landing West" starting at $55,500.
Call for covenants, restrictions and plat. All lots are perk approved.
JIM TUCKER
*Consult a tax advisor
Licensed by Va. State Corporation Commission MLB-157
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EQUIPMENT FOR SALE:
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866-764-5238 x 1919.
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Ready to build with utilities, water,
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'Dragon Run Country Store'
2 1⁄4 Acres
Ideally Located in sight of Route 17
Wares Bridge Road
600' Paved Roadfront
{Historic Town of Urbanna, 10 minutes }
Cypress Exterior, Metal Roof
Magnificent Hand Carved Grand Staircase
Tongue/Groove Heart Pine Interior, Oak Counters
Antique Track Ladders, Period Elevation
2 Rental Apartments above !
$275,000
Gloucester Village
'Mayfair'
Lovely Courtyard
Waterfall Grotto
Main House + Private Apartment
{Total: 5 Bedrooms, 3 1⁄2 Baths}
Windward Watch
outside Urbanna
Shared Beach & Dock. Upscale area $97,000
Wilton Creek
+ 8' MLW
Yacht Harbor @ Bay
Mature Trees
3.38 Acres
4 Bedroom Septic Permit
776-9297
Deltaville, VA 23043
Neena Rodgers
Lee Maurer
Peggy O'Neill
Alana Courtney
David Dew
Katie Horsley Dew
436-2326
435-9480
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514-4225
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435-9253
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758-2430
Urbanna, VA 23175
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Debbie Nicholson
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B12 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • July 24, 2008
YMCA continues signup for fall soccer
The Middlesex Family YMCA is excited
to announce that soccer registration has
opened for the fall season. This year the
season will begin earlier and will last until
through the Oyster Festival. All teams will
have a minimum of eight games and the goal
is to have all games played in Middlesex. The ages for the soccer league will be
3 to 18. Ages will be divided up into five
different age groups to ensure the safety
of the youth. The divisions are ages 3-5,
6-8, 9-11, 12-15, and 16-18. All teams
will practice once per week and will have
games mostly on Saturday mornings and
early afternoons. “My goal this season is to have over 100
youth in the 9-11 division so we can play
all the games at home,” said Clark Laster,
YMCA program director. “However, we
will still play surrounding counties in the
tournaments.”
The cost of the program is $30 for members and $50 for program participants.
With the program and with the Guardian
Scholarship Fund, individuals are eligible
to get financial assistance to ensure their
child can play in the league. The cost of
the league covers the uniform, socks,
shorts and all the soccer balls needed for
the program. Furthermore, the season ends
with a banquet for all the youth where they
will see a slideshow, receive awards, and
celebrate the season.
The Middlesex YMCA also has programs throughout the summer. The day
camp program lasts from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Friday. The cost of the
program is $80 for members and $95 for
program participants. Like all programs
there is financial assistance that helps
ensure that all youth can take part in the
program. For any questions on these or other programs at the YMCA, contact the Middlesex
Family YMCA at 776-8846.
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Quilts on display
Nine quilts, handmade by Karen Vaughan, are on display at
the Deltaville Library through August. Above is an example
of her detailed stitching.
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Bam Bam signup set
The Middlesex County Parks
and Recreation Department
will hold registration for Bam
Bam and Pebbles T-Ball on the
following dates and times:
Monday, August 4, 6 to 8
p.m.; Thursday, August 7, 6 to
8 p.m.; Tuesday, August 12, 6
to 8 p.m.; Saturday, August 16,
10 a.m. to noon; and Wednesday, August 20, 6 to 8 p.m.
The absolute final deadline
is Wednesday, August 20. The
season begins Saturday, September 6.
All registrations will be held
at the Tom Carter Gymnasium
(old St. Clare Walker School)
at Cooks Corner.
The league is for boys and
girls ages 2-5. The fee is $30
per child, which includes hat,
shirt, trophy and picnic at the
end of the season.
Those interested in coaching
or sponsoring a team, please
sign up on one of the above
dates. For more information,
call the recreation department
at 758-0057. Cohick wins Late Model
feature at motor speedway
When the green flag dropped
last Saturday only Walker
Arthur of Forest had a chance at
a $25,000 payday at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway
in the Victory Lap Late Model
$25,000 Challenge presented
by BB&T.
When the checkered flag
dropped, however, that quest
fell one spot short as Tom
Cohick of Gloucester led flagto-flag in taking round two
of the Late Model Challenge
series over Arthur, who finished second.
With the victory Cohick now
joins Arthur with a chance at
a $15,000 bonus. If one of the
two drivers can sweep the next
two rounds of the series they
will pick up the hefty payday.
The next two rounds are scheduled for August 2 and 30.
Rounding out the top five
were Scott Adams, Austin
Hubbard and Stephen Evans.
Ben Bowie picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series
Rookie of the Race Award with
his sixth place finish.
In other action on Truckin
Thunder/Revere Gas Night,
Roger Jamerson of Mechanicsville picked up the win in the
Truckin Thunder Sportsman
25-lap feature.
In the New Generation
Racing Sprint Car 25-lap feature, Mary Anne Williams of
Chester took home the victory.
In the Budweiser Modified
25-lap feature, rookie Matt
Marshall of Stuarts Draft held
off Bret Hamilton of Powhatan
in a thrilling finish to take the
win in a photo finish. Daren
Bolac of Moyock, N.C., also
set a new track record with a
lap of 16.998 seconds.
Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor
Speedway returns back to
action Saturday, July 26, to host
Budweiser/WFLS “Jamaican
Me Crazy” Night. Take a trip
to Jamaica (Virginia) and have
the time of your life. Any fan
wearing their favorite Hawaiian Beach Shirt will be admitted free.
The Victory Lap Late
Models, Budweiser Modifieds,
New Generation Racing Sprint
Cars and Limited Stock Cars
will be in action.
Spectator gates open at 4
p.m. On-track activities begin
at 6:30 p.m. with hot laps.
Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor
Speedway is a ½ mile dirt oval
track located on Route 17,
eight miles north of Saluda at
Jamaica. Call 758-1VMS or
visit www.vamotorspeedway.
com for more information.
The top 10 finishers last Saturday were:
Late Models (22 cars)
1. Tom Cohick, Gloucester;
2. Walker Arthur, Forest; 3.
Scott Adams, Chester; 4. Austin
Hubbard, Laurel, Del.; 5. Stephen Evans, Tyner, N.C.; 6.
Ben Bowie, Brandywine, Md.;
7. Tyler Bailey, Chesterfield; 8.
Donnie Daniel, West Point; 9.
Wayne Carroll, Fredericksburg;
10. William King, Norfolk.
Sportsman (20 cars)
1. Roger Jamerson, Glen
Allen; 2. Kenny Moreland,
Waldorf, Md.; 3. J.R. Guy,
Mechanicsville, Md.; 4. Tim
Shelton, Fredericksburg; 5.
Jimmy Duncan, Fredericksburg;
6. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond; 7.
Okey Synan Jr., Fredericksburg;
8. Bruce Wilson, Quinton; 9.
Tommy Upshaw, West Point;
10. Taylor Doggett, Ruther
Glen.
Modified (27 cars)
1. Matt Marshall, Stuarts Draft; 2. Bret Hamilton,
Powhatan; 3. Page Harrison,
Jetersville; 4. Mark Schools,
Midlothian; 5. Brian Maxey,
King George; 6. Wayne Taylor,
Tappahannock; 7. Joey Polevoy, Powhatan; 8. Brandon
Galloway, Gloucester; 9. Bill
Roberts, Mechanicsville; 10.
Dustin Bishop, Stony Creek.
Sprint Cars (14 cars)
1. Mary Anne Williams,
Chester; 2. Matt Stambaugh,
Fredericksburg; 3. Michael
Tolley, Ashland; 4. Charlie Fasano, Ettrick; 5. Tom
Humphries, Waynesboro; 6.
Scott Davis, Virginia Beach; 7.
Tyler Shipp, Mechanicsville;
8. James Hawk, Maidens; 9.
Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.;
10. Eric Keck, Providence
Forge.
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J&W Seafood in Deltaville
weighed the following citation
fish recently.
Douglas Lankey of Midlothian caught a flounder weighing
9 pounds, 12 ounces and was
28 inches long on July 16 at
Buoy 42 using a J.D. Rig. He
was fishing aboard “Rag Mop”
with Capt. Gillie.
Monte French of Midloth-
ian landed a 7-pound, 3-ounce
flounder at Buoy 42 on July
11 using squid and minnow
for bait. It measured 26 inches
long.
Harry
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Fredericksburg caught a spadefish the weighed 11 pounds, 14
ounces and measured 22 inches
in length on June 10 at The
Cell. He used clam for bait.
Adult dodgeball event is Friday
The Middlesex YMCA at
Hartfield will host an adult
dodgeball tournament on
Friday, July 25, from 7 to 9
p.m. The entry fee is $10 for
each team of players, Proceeds
will go to the YMCA Guardian
Program. Call 776-8846.
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