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									                                                                                            The County Times

                                                                                       Thursday, December 11, 2008

Junior                                                                                                          Knights Tower
Achievement                                                                                                    Over Great Mills
Barker, Smith Rescue
Knights in Season Opener                                                                                        Height Advantage, Hustle Lifts Ryken to Victory
                                                                                                By Chris Stevens
                                                                                                Staff Writer

                                                                                                     LEONARDTOWN – For 32
                                                                                                minutes on Friday night, friend-
                                                                                                ships and pleasantries went out the
                                                                                                     After that, hugs, smiles and
                                                                                                embraces were plentiful, but only
                                                                                                the St. Mary’s Ryken girls’ basket-
                                                                                                ball team was pleased with the out-
                                                                                                come; a 63-52 season opening win
                                                                                                over Great Mills that pumped up
                                                                                                the young Knights and may have
                                                                                                served as a rude awakening for
                                                                                                the defending 3A South Champion
                                                                                                     “There are a lot of things to
                                                                                                work on,” said Hornets head coach
                                                                                                Brian Weisner. “Maybe it’s a
                                                                                                wake-up call for our girls that, hey,
                                                                                                we just can’t walk into a gym and
                                                                                                expect to win.”
                                                                                                     “The girls played hard, I think
                                                                                                this was a great first outing for both
                                                                                                teams,” Knights coach Tara Everly
                                                                                                said. “A lot of players stepped up
                                                                                                for us in this game, and I don’t
                                                                                                think you can ask for a better first
                                                                                                night.”                                                                                                    Photo By Chris Stevens
                                                                                                     Ryken controlled the game         Erin Leddy’s 17 points propelled the St. Mary’s Ryken girls’ basketball team to a season-
                                                                                                from the opening tip to the final opening win over Great Mills Friday night.
                                                                                                buzzer, thanks in large part to the the extra pass, and the open man don’t have to rely on just one per-
                                                                   Photo By Chris Stevens       largeness of their front line. 6-foot hit the shot. They went after it for son scoring for us,” Everly said of
Gorkin Siran Scored 15 points before fouling out in Ryken’s 85-75 win over McKinley Tech        center Erin Leddy paced all scor- four quarters. You have to give life after Laura Broomfield, who
last Wednesday Night.                                                                           ers with 17 points, while 6’2 sopho- them credit.”                                    is now playing college ball for the
                                                                                                mores Molly Grund and Calverton               The Knights also had bal- University of North Carolina. “We
By Chris Stevens                                                                                transfer Cierra Darden made life anced scoring from top to bottom, have a lot of players scoring eight,
Staff Writer                                                                                    miserable for the undersized Hor- as Sarah Combs fired in 10 points nine, 10 points.”
                                                                                                nets underneath the basket.             from the outside and freshman                      The game was, as Zakiya
     LEONARDTOWN – With three starters fouling out in the fourth quar-                               “The ball bounced their way guard Kathleen McCormick and Hunter termed it in last week’s
ter and an intense opponent in McKinley Tech closing in, the St. Mary’s                         more, because they worked hard- Grund added nine and eight points County Times, a “family reunion,”
Ryken boys’ basketball team got a boost from juniors Kamaron Barker                             er,” Weisner said in complimenting apiece.
                                                                                                the Knights’ effort. “They made               “It’s great, because now we                       See Girls Hoops page B-2
                                           See Ryken Boys’ Basketball page B-2

                                                                                                              Griffin Keeps
                                                                                                              Seahawks Perfect
                                                                                                              Junior Guard’s 31 Points Silence Marymount
                                                                                                              By Chris Stevens                                            21-12 second half run that opened up a 59-52 lead
                                                                                                              Staff Writer                                                and propelled the Seahawks to victory. He con-
                                                                                                                                                                          nected on eight of 17 shots from the field and 14
                                                                                                                   ST. MARY’S CITY – On the court Saturday                of 17 from the free throw line for his season-high
                                                                                                              night, Camontae Griffin reveled in the chants of            of 31 points.
                                                                                                              “Iverson” from the St. Mary’s College student                    “When he was getting those baskets,” said
                                                                                                              section, scoring at will and frustrating any Mary-          head coach Chris Harney, “he was getting them as
                                                                                                              mount University defender trying to at least slow           a response to what Marymount was doing. They’re
                                                                                                              the 5-foot-9 guard down.                                    a great team that’s going to win some games this
                                                                                                                   Yet, after the ARC Arena cleared out follow-           year, and Tae was remarkable tonight.”
                                                                                                              ing the nationally-ranked Seahawks’ 76-67 victory                “When we need a big shot, we’re very confi-
                                                                                                              over the Saints, Griffin was decidedly subdued              dent in what Tae can do,” said sophomore swing-
                                                                                                              and humbled by the support he’s received from               man Mike Fitzpatrick, who tied a season-high with
                                                                                                              the SMC community since joining the team this               13 points. “He’s a heck of a player.”
                                                                                                              season.                                                          While Griffin’s scoring kept the Seahawks
                                                                                                                   “I’m just worried about helping my team out,”          (7-0 overall, 2-0 in the CAC) in the game, it was
                                                                                                              Griffin said after his 25-point second half helped          Fitzpatrick’s drives to the hoop that put the game
                                                                                                              keep St. Mary’s undefeated. “I don’t want to disap-         away for St. Mary’s. He capped the 21-12 burst
                                                                                                              point my team, I’m here for them.”                          with an up-and-under dunk that drew a thunder-
                                                                                                                   With the Seahawks, ranked number 14 na-                ous ovation and in Harney’s eyes, let conference
                                                                                     Photo By Chris Stevens   tionally by, in a dogfight with the             observers know that Fitpatrick is more than just a
Camontae Griffin’s 31 points helped the Seahawks beat Marymout University Saturday night, and keep            Saints (4-3 overall, 1-1 in Capital Athletic Confer-
them unbeaten at 7-0.                                                                                         ence play), Griffin scored 13 points in a decisive                              See Mens Basketball page B-10

Sharp-Shooting Saints Cruise Past
Seahawk Women
By Chris Stevens                                                    percent) from the field for the game, led by senior guard
Staff Writer                                                        Carolyn Riley’s 22 points. The Saints seized control
                                                                    from the start, with a Meredith Levinson three-ball rock-
     ST. MARY’S CITY – As far as second halves go, St.              eting Marymount to a 14-2 lead just five minutes and 26
Mary’s College women’s basketball coach Barb Bausch                 seconds into the contest. The Seahawks (2-6 overall, 1-1
was pleased with the way the Seahawks stayed with                   in CAC action) would be within double digits just once in
Marymount University, ranked 15th nationally in NCAA                the game, as a Kiely Murphy three-pointer brought them
Division III.                                                       to within 16-7 at the 13:09 mark of the first half, but the
     It was just the Saints’ hot-shooting first half that           Saints just keep firing – and hitting.
doomed the Hawks in an 89-66 loss Saturday afternoon                    ”They’re averaging 80 points a game and shooting
that started a one-month break in between games for                 about 53 percent on the game, so we knew what they
SMC.                                                                could do,” Bausch said of Marymount’s explosive offen-
     “We played very well in the second half, it was                sive attack. “We tried to make them take tough shots,
only a two-point game,” Bausch said of the effort that              and when they hit them, there’s not much you can do.”
saw them double their first half scoring total and at the               The Saints got 16 points from Riley and 10 from
very least, forced the Saints (5-0 overall, 2-0 in Capital          sophomore Kathleen Brown in the first half, as they went
Athletic Conference play) to work for their points. “The            into the locker room with a 48-27 lead. Brown finished
thing is with that team, if you stop the drive, they have           the game with 15 points, while Kathryn Wilson and
at least four players that can shoot the three-pointer, and         Levinson joined Brown and Riley in double figures with
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Photo By Chris Stevens
you can’t stop both.”                                               15 and 12 points respectively.
                                                                                                                                          SMC’s Bethany Townsend prepares to score as Marymount’s Samantha Spencer gives
     Try as they may, St. Mary’s simply could not stop                                                                                    chase.
Marymount from shooting a blistering 35 of 62 (56.5                                              See Seahwak Women page B-10
	Section	B	-		                                                                                                                                                                The County Times	                                                                          Thursday,	December	11,	008

                                                                                                                                    played hard and kept their                                     in their Ryken debuts, with
Ryken Boys’ Basketball                                                                                                              composure when the calls
                                                                                                                                    weren’t going our way,” a po-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sonmez’s 12 first quarter
                                                                                                                                                                                                   points (he led the team with
Continued from page B-                                                                                                             litically correct Dave Tallman                                 22 points overall) jumpstart-
and Kai Smith, helping the                                       85-75 last Wednesday night.                                        said of the 38 to 15 free throw                                ing the Knights to an 11 point
Knights hold off the Trainers                                        “I thought our guys                                            advantage McKinley enjoyed                                     lead at intermission.
                                                                                                                                    on the evening in what was                                          The Trainers (0-2 on the
                                                                                                                                    Ryken’s official season open-                                  season), led by Antonio Jen-
                                                                                                                                    er. “Things were crazy and                                     ifer’s 22 points, clawed back
                                                                                                                                    Kai Smith was the glue, he                                     into the game, shrinking the
                                                                                                                                    held us together.                                              lead to double digits several
                                                                                                                                         “I just had to keep my                                    times before two free throws
                                                                                                                                    head in the game and my                                        by Deon Matthews and late
                                                                                                                                    teammates’ heads in the                                        lay-ups by Smith and Barker
                                                                                                                                    game,” said Smith, who                                         put the game away.
                                                                                                                                    scored 17 points in the con-                                        “I had to get on Kama-
                                                                                                                                    test, and along with Barker                                    ron a little bit at halftime, be-
                                                                                                                                    played a critical role after R.J.                              cause we didn’t feel he was
                                                                                                                                    Buck, Gorkhan Sonmez and                                       doing what we needed on the
                                                                                                                                    Gorkin Siran fouled out in the                                 boards,” Tallman explained.                                                                 Photo By Chris Stevens
                                                                                                                                    final frame. “We had to step                                   “He took what we told him,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         R.J. Buck drives on McKinley’s Calvin Banks.
                                                                                                                                    up and make the shots when                                     and went out and did the job
                                                                                                                                    the starters had foul trouble.”                                in the second half.”
                                                                                           Photo By Chris Stevens
                                                                                                                                         Sonmez and Siran, the                                          “I just played hard and
Gorkhan Sonmez shoots for two of his 22 points over McKinley Tech’s
                                                                                                                                    two Turkish transfer stu-                                      stepped up for the players who
Antonio Jenifer.                                                                                                                    dents, combined for 37 points                                  had to step out,” said Barker,
                                                                                                                                                                                                   who scored nine of his 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                   points down the stretch when
                                                                                                                                                                                                   the Knights needed points the
                                                                                                                                                                                                        “We just have to stay fo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   cused and play the game, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   play hard as a team.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                        With Siran, Buck and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Sonmez fouling out in a three-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   19 fourth quarter points, as
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Kai Smith’s 10 fourth-quarter points helped the Knights hold off McKinley

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      “That team we played
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Thursday, December 11, 2008                                                             The County Times                                                                                    Section B - 

From The Sports Desk                                                                                          Finally, for Minnesota
                                                                                                         Timberwolves coach Ran-
                                                                                                         dy Wittman, who was fired
                                                                                                         Monday afternoon, the bright
                                                                                                                                            but as long as a computer de-
                                                                                                                                            cides who gets to play for ma-
                                                                                                                                            jor college football’s national
                                                                                                                                            championship, it’s about as
                                                                                                                                                                              Although, I must admit, it has
                                                                                                                                                                              not worked yet if we’re still
                                                                                                                                                                              deciding championship par-
                                                                                                                                                                              ticipants by keystrokes and

                                                 ‘Tis The
                                                                                                         side for you is that T-Wolves      weak as an O.J. Simpson in-       outdated formulas. Merry
                                                                                                         head honcho Kevin McHale           nocent plea right about now.      Christmas to all, and to all a
                                                                                                         will soon be following you in           While it would take a        good night!
                                                                                                         the unemployment line. You         Christmas miracle for a Divi-

                                                 Season                                                  can then rip him for trading
                                                                                                         O.J. Mayo on draft day this
                                                                                                         past summer and ignoring the
                                                                                                                                            sion I-A college football play-
                                                                                                                                            off to occur in the future, I
                                                                                                                                            give shame to the NCAA and
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                                                                                                                                                                              this week’s From The Sports
                                                                                                                                                                              Desk? Contact Chris Ste-

                                                 To Be                                                   Portland Trailblazers’ rising
                                                                                                         star Brandon Roy a couple of
                                                                                                         draft days prior.
                                                                                                                                            the Major College Confer-
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                                                 Jolly…                                                       For disgraced track and
                                                                                                         field star Marion Jones, I’ve
                                                                                                         got some common sense for
                                                                                                                                            of a true national champion.      column.

                                                                                                         you, young lady. How can
                                                                                                         you ask for a pardon from
                                                                                                         outgoing president George W.

                                                 It Is
                                                                                                         Bush, when you LIED about
                                                                                                         your performance enhancing
                                                                                                         drug use, only to plead guilty
                                                                                                         in a court of law and spend six
                                                                                                         months in a federal prison? If
By Chris Stevens                  the players that you actually      the league – “an arrogant fool      Sammy Davis, Jr. is playing
Staff Writer                      have a clue as to how to be an     and his job are soon parted.”       up in Heaven, I can hear him                        High School Sports
                                  NFL coach and win games.                Sure off-season acquisi-       singing now…”don’t do the
     The trick to this wonder-         As an extension, I give       tion Jermaine O’Neal injured
                                                                                                                                                           Schedule 12/11-12/17/08
                                                                                                         crime if you can’t do the time,
ful holiday season is that for    to Clinton Portis a one-time       his knee earlier this year, but     oh no…”
some folks, well…it’s not so      pass to criticize Zorn for leav-   you failed to capitalize on              For Philadelphia Ea-                Dec. 11                     Dec. 13
wonderful. With the econo-        ing the decision up to running     having one of the top young         gles quarterback Donovan
my in full decline, seasonal      backs coach Stump Mitch-           big men in the game in Chris        McNabb, you get a one-way                Boys’ Basketball            Girls’ Basketball
depression is at an all time      ell whether Portis should’ve       Bosh, who will certainly bolt       ticket out of Philadelphia,              Paul VI at St. Mary’s       St. Mary’s Ryken at
high, and understandably so.      played the entire second half      for the New York Knicks once        redeemable in places such as             Ryken, 7:30 p.m.            Georgetown Visitation
However, for those of us for-     Sunday night. Use it wisely        his contract expires in 2010.       Minneapolis, Chicago and                                             Invitational
tunate enough to wake up and      Clinton, and try to stay away      Not listening to your play-         San Francisco. For all that              Girls’ Basketball
see another day in relatively     from the dog-fighting com-         ers or your assistant coaches       you’ve given the Eagles fran-            St. Mary’s Ryken at         Wrestling
good health (if you’ll remem-     ments this year.                   on how to better manage a           chise over the last 10 seasons,          Georgetown Visitation       Leonardtown at Mc-
ber my column in the spring            What else do we have?         young but talented team will                                                 Invitational                Donogh (Baltimore
                                                                                                         and to receive the treatment
time about my good friend’s       Ho ho ho, it looks like I’ve got   certainly get you the boot ev-                                                                           County) Tournament
                                                                                                         from the fans, the media and
bout with Diabetes, I take        a lump of coal for one Plaxi-      ery time.                                                                    Indoor Track                St. Mary’s Ryken/Chop-
                                                                                                         your own team that you’ve re-            Leonardtown at the          ticon/Great Mills at
that into consideration on the    co Burress. What a naughty              For ex-Wizards boss Ed-        ceived is horrible. Therefore,
daily), we should be grateful     boy you’ve been, young Plax.       die Jordan, the best thing of                                                Prince George’s County      Lackey Tournament
                                                                                                         you deserve a trade to either            Invitational, Prince
that we’re alive to perhaps see   First, you hold out for more       all for you, my man, is no          the up and coming Vikings,               George’s County Sports
or even enforce changes that      dollars, trying to capitalize      more Gilbert Arenas. Hav-           the      desperate-for-a-leader          Complex, 4:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                              Dec 15
will make our lives better.       on your Super Bowl-winning         ing to deal with an ego-ma-         49ers, or your hometown
     So, there is a wonder-       touchdown catch. Then you          niacal shooting guard that          Chicago Bears. That way, the                                         Swimming
ful gift right there. Good old    skip team meetings and get         can’t even keep his knees in        world can understand that                Dec. 12                     Chopticon/Thomas
Santa Chris a.k.a Saint Huck      suspended for a game, but          shape to start a season, and        you still are a top-five quar-                                       Stone/Westlake at Lack-
(college nickname, don’t ask)     oh no, that wasn’t enough.         an inept front office that has      terback in the NFL and that              Boys’ Basketball            ey, 5 p.m.
is here to give out presents,     You shoot yourself in a New        drafted useless big men and         Andy Reid should have dealt              Great Mills at Leonard-
goodies, and yes, lumps of        York nightclub and now face        more shooting guards than                                                    town, 7:30 p.m.
coal to all of your favorite      some serious time behind           the Texas Rangers definitely
                                                                                                         with his drug-smuggling sons                                         Dec. 16
                                                                                                         instead of putting the pressure
sports teams and newsmakers       bars. I believe Santa Bloom-       didn’t help your cause as the       all on your shoulders as his             Girls’ Basketball
this Christmas season.            berg looks forward to making       Wiz started 1-10 this season.       epic-fail play-calling might             Leonardtown at Great
                                                                                                                                                                              La Plata at Chopticon,
     Digging into my big red      an example out of you with         Oh well, there’s always a bet-      have knocked the Eagles out              Mills, 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                              7 p.m.
bag, I have the timeless book,    NYC’s new gun control laws,        ter job somewhere. Maybe            of the playoffs for another              St. Mary’s Ryken at
                                                                                                                                                                              Calvert at Great Mills,
“How to win friends and in-       so hopefully, you spent Black      Toronto. I hear they’re look-       year.                                    Georgetown Visitation
                                                                                                                                                                              7:30 p.m.
fluence people,” and it’s for     Friday looking for a good          ing for a coach.                         For Oklahoma coach Bob              Invitational
you, Jim Zorn. Sir, you are       lawyer.                                 For departed Oklaho-           Stoops and Florida head man                                          ent/Thomas Stone at
going to need it. In a game            For the four NBA coach-       ma City Thunder (for those                                                   Ice Hockey                  Thomas Stone, 5 p.m.
                                                                                                         Urban Meyer, you two lucky
the Redskins simply had to        es that have been fired as of      wondering when OKC got              young gentlemen get the right
                                                                                                                                                  Northern vs. Leonard-
have, you let the second-lead-    the day I’m handing out these      an NBA team, this particu-                                                   town at Capital Club-
                                                                                                         to face-off for the most mean-           house (Waldorf), 5 p.m.     Dec. 17
ing rusher in the National        gifts, I offer them condolences    lar group of misfits used to        ingless national title in major
Football League sit on the        and a look on the bright side.     be the Seattle Supersonics)                                                  St. Mary’s Ryken at
                                                                                                         college sports. To be fair, both         Bowie High School, 7        Boys’ Basketball
sidelines as the Ravens may       For former Toronto Raptors         Coach P.J. Carliesimo, there’s      of you won your conference
very well have put the Skins      coach Sam Mitchell, I offer        always this great fact: You                                                  p.m.                        Northern at Chopticon,
                                                                                                         championship games against                                           7:30 p.m.
out of their misery. You will     you a thought that you should      weren’t choked by any players       strong and worthy opponents,
need this book to convince        use if you get another job in      on your way out the door.                                                    Swimming                    La Plata at Great Mills,
                                                                                                                                                  Great Mills vs. Mc-         7:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                  Donough (Charles            Leonardtown at West-

Gretton                                                       Gretton Goalkeeping
                                                                                                                                                  County) at Lackey, 5        lake, 6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                  Chopticon vs. Calvert at    Girls’ Basketball
Goalkeeping                                                   to Offer Cardio                                                                     Lackey, 7 p.m.              Chopticon at Northern,
                                                                                                                                                                              6:30 p.m.

Indoor Futsal                                                 Kickboxing Classes                                                                  Wrestling
                                                                                                                                                  Leonardtown at Mc-
                                                                                                                                                                              Great Mills at La Plata,
                                                                                                                                                                              6:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                  Donough (Baltimore          Westlake at Leonard-
Clinic Series                                                      Gretton Goalkeeping LLC
                                                               will conduct weekly Cardio
                                                                                                       will be taught by a certified per-
                                                                                                       sonal trainer who specializes in
                                                                                                                                                  County) Tournament
                                                                                                                                                  St. Mary’s Ryken/Chop-
                                                                                                                                                                              town, 7:30 p.m.

     Gretton Goalkeeping, directed by Southern Mary-           Kickboxing classes for adults           Weight Loss Management and                 ticon/Great Mills at        Swimming
land area Goalkeeper Trainer Andy Gretton, will con-           and children of all endurance           Exercise Rehabilitation. Courses           Lackey Tournament           Leonardtown at Great
duct weekly indoor futsal training sessions for all ages       levels every Monday from 5 – 6          will focus on plyometric and aer-                                      Mills, 5 p.m.
and skill levels every Monday from 5 – 6 p.m. at Mar-          p.m. at Margaret Brent Middle           obic exercises, punching, kick-
garet Brent Middle School and 8 – 9 p.m. at Park Hall          School and 8 – 9 p.m. at Park           ing, and stretching. For location,
Elementary School; Tuesday from 8 – 9 p.m. at Park Hall        Hall Elementary School, Tues-           price, and other information or               SpeCIal NoTe: All high school, recreational
Elementary School, and Thursday from 5 – 6 p.m. at Mar-        day from 8 – 9 p.m. at Park Hall        to reserve your spot email gret-        and youth league coaches, if you would like the scores,
garet Brent Middle School. Goalkeeper and field player         Elementary School, and Thurs-  or               statistics and standings from your respective games
training will be provided. Reservations are required. For      day from 5 – 6 p.m. at Margaret         call 301-643-8992.                       and leagues to be published, contact Chris Stevens at
more information or to reserve your spot email gretton-        Brent Middle School. Classes                                                       301-373-4125 or at or call 301-643-8992.

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                                                                                                          Date:           Pick 3       Pick 4         Pick 3      Pick 4           MATCH 5

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	Section	B	-		                                                                       The County Times	                                                          Thursday,	December	11,	2008

St. Mary’s Takes Seventh at F&M Invitational
     Lancaster, Pa. - The St. Mary’s College of   (Baltimore, Md./Baltimore Tech), Page, fresh-      1:05.10.                                          team total with a fifth-place finish in the 400
Maryland men’s swim team wrapped up com-          man Troy Kent, and Preston teamed up for               Grace placed 13th in the 100 back in          free relay as the foursome of Preston, Page,
petition at the two-day, eight-team Franklin      a sixth-place finish in the 400 medley relay       57.80, while Buckingham, Webb, sophomore          Buckingham, and Webb swam a 3:23.72.
& Marshall College Invitational with 228          with their time of 3:50.49, adding 26 points to    Kalvin Day (Hagerstown, Md./North Hager-               Senior Joey Quase (Montgomery Village,
points for a seventh-place finish. Senior Mi-     their total.                                       stown), and Preston swam a 7:38.53 to finish      Md./Good Counsel) placed ninth in the 1650
chael Preston (Pasadena, Md./Cardinal Gib-            Through five events, the Seahawks were         sixth in the 800 free relay and add another 26    free with his time of 18:21.51, while senior
bons) guided the Seahawks to their seventh-       seventh with 65 points, 10 points ahead of         points to the team total.                         Chris Cammarata (Towson, Md./Loyola) was
place finish by being involved in 68.9% of St.    McDaniel College.                                      The Seahawks remained in seventh place        12th (18:37.84) and freshman Ron Michael
Mary’s 228 points.                                                                                   through 12 events with 152 points, increasing     (Sykesville, Md./McDonogh) came in 13th
                                                  Session 2                                          their lead over McDaniel to 26.                   (19:09.76) as the trio combined for 18 points.
Session 1                                                                                                                                                   The Seahawks will now be idle until the
                                                      Grace, Page, Kent, and Preston took sixth      Session 3                                         New Year when St. Mary’s heads down to
     Preston, sophomore Aaron Page (Keene,        in the 200-medley relay with their time of                                                           Florida from Jan. 6 – 15 for its annual winter
N.H./Keene), junior Cam Buckingham (Sil-          1:43.11 to notch another 26 points.                     Grace started off the third and final ses-   training trip.
ver Spring, Md./Blake) and sophomore Jack-            Buckingham added 13 points to the Se-          sion for the Seahawks with a 14th-place finish
son Webb (Leonardtown, Md./Leonardtown)           ahawk total with his sixth-place finish in the     in the 200 back in 2:05.10.                           Story Courtesy of St. Mary’s College De-
picked up 24 points with their seventh-place      400 IM in 4:28.70, while Kent and Webb com-             The Seahawks took eighth, ninth, and         partment of Sports Information
finish in the 200 free relay (1:32.49).           bined for five points with their 13th (56.37)      10th in the 200 fly as Webb came in eighth
     Preston then added 15 points to St. Mary’s   and 16th (57.37) place finishes in the 100 fly.    in 2:09.29, Buckingham was ninth in 2:09.54,
point total with his fourth-place finish in the       Preston was seventh in the 200 free as         and Kent took 10th in 2:10.53. The trio com-
500 free with a time of 4:55.20.                  he swam a 1:49.19 to pick up 12 more points,       bined for 27 points.
     The foursome of sophomore Gabe Grace         while Page came in 16th in the 100 breast in            The Seahawks added 28 points to their

Seahawks Finish Fourth at F&M Invitational
    Lancaster, Pa. - The St. Mary’s College       notching 29 points for St. Mary’s.                 (Silver Spring, Md./JFK) was 13th in 1:14.19      55.10 to add 17 points to the Seahawk total.
of Maryland women’s swim team finished                 McDowell , Sokolove , Hotchko , and Ko-       as the duo helped the Seahawks notch 13                Sokolove was ninth in the 200 breast with
fourth at the two-day, nine-team Franklin &       erner came in second in the 400 medley relay       more points.                                      a time of 2:38.44, while Pazouki finished 10th
Marshall College Invitational as senior cap-      in 4:03.12 for another 34 points.                       McDowell won the 100 back with her           in 2:39.27 to pick up 16 points for SMCM.
tain Brie McDowell (Doylestown, Pa./Hat-               The Seahawks were in fourth with 125          NCAA ‘B’ cut of 58.54, while Koerner took              Hotchko captured the 200 fly with her
boro-Horsham) and junior Rachel Hotchko           points after the first five events.                14th in 1:06.82 and the duo added 23 points.      time of 2:12.61, while Chiplis placed seventh
(Yakima, Wash./A.C. Davis) captured a com-                                                                In the last event of Session 2, the Se-      in 2:21.70 and Serfling took 13th in 2:29.97 for
bined total of five events and recorded three     Session 2                                          ahawks tallied 28 points as senior Nat Schae-     a combined total of 36 points.
NCAA ‘B’ cuts between the three of them.                                                             fer (Newtown, Pa./Council Rock North), ju-             The foursome of McDowell, Hotchko,
                                                       McDowell, Sokolove, Hotchko, and Ko-          nior Monika Disque (Annapolis, Md./Annap-         Disque, and Koerner swam a 3:40.43 to place
Session 1                                         erner picked up a second-place finish in the       olis), junior Laura VanBlargan (Harrisburg,       second in the 400 free relay and rack up 34
                                                  200 medley relay with their time of 1:50.83 to     Pa./Central Dauphin), and freshman Kate-          points.
     The foursome of senior Brie McDowell         add 34 points to their score.                      lyn Grue (Ellicott City, Md./Mount de Sales            Schaefer wrapped up Seahawk competi-
(Doylestown, Pa./Hatboro-Horsham), junior              Freshman Katie Serfling (Frederick, Md./      Academy) swam an 8:33.21 to finish fifth in       tion with her eighth-place finish in the 1650
Rachel Hotchko (Yakima, Wash./A.C. Da-            Urbana) placed 15th in the 400 IM in 5:07.98.      the 800 free relay.                               free as she swam a 19:07.44 for 11 points.
vis), sophomore Arielle Webster (Jarretts-             Hotchko captured the 100 fly in 58.00, just        Through 12 events, the Seahawks re-               The Seahawks will be back in action in
ville, Md./North Harford), and senior Eleanor     .04 seconds off the school record set by Beth      mained in fourth place with 260 points.           the New Year when St. Mary’s heads down
Koerner (North Potomac, Md./T.S. Wootton)         Dobson in 2006 (57.96). Hotchko’s time was                                                           south for its winter training trip in Florida
swam a 1:40.02 to capture the 200 free relay      also an NCAA provisional cut. Junior Anna          Session 3                                         from January 6 to January 15.
and pick up 40 points.                            Chiplis (Silver Spring, Md./Montgomery
     McDowell finished second in the 200 IM       Blair) came in seventh in the same event in            McDowell kicked off the third and fi-            Story Courtesy of St. Mary’s College
with her time of 2:12.28, while sophomore         1:03.43, while freshman Christine DiMenna          nal session with a first-place finish in the      Department of Sports Information
Sofia Sokolove (Bethesda, Md./Bethesda-           (Baltimore, Md./Notre Dame Prep) was 14th          200 back with an NCAA provisional cut of
Chevy Chase) placed 12th in 2:21.80 as the        in 1:05.19. The Seahawks racked up 35 points       2:08.91, while Disque came in 11th with her
pair added 17 points to the Seahawk total.        in this event.                                     time of 2:20.62. McDowell and Disque com-
     Koerner and Hotchko tied for fourth in            Sokolove took ninth in the 100 breast in      bined for 26 points in the event.
the 50 free as both registered a time of 25.26,   1:12.49, while freshman Amanda Pazouki                 Koerner placed second in the 100 free in

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                                                                               Thursday, December 11, 2008

Flu Shot                                       Christmas Spirit at                                                                                                              Walden
Still                                                                                                                                                                           Offers
Available                                     the St. Mary’s County                                                                                                             Crisis
    Flu shots will be available at the
2nd Annual Shop for a Cure event
at Leonard Hall Junior Naval Acad-
                                            Courthouse – The Koenig’s                                                                                                           Support
emy in Leonardtown on Saturday,
Dec. 6 from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                  Santa’s little helpers have once
                                                                                                                             again arrived at the St. Mary’s Coun-
                                                                                                                             ty Circuit Courthouse to spread the
The event is a benefit fundraiser
for the Juvenile Diabetes Research                                                                                           Christmas spirit. This is more than
Foundation.                                                                                                                  just a gesture of holiday cheer; it is

    St. Mary’s Hospital nurses will                                                                                          a love story, for Santa’s little helpers
administer the flu shots for $20 to                                                                                          are Dave and Mandy Koenig. Dave
anyone who is 18 years of age or                                                                                             is a Security Specialist with the St.
older at the event. The Mobile Out-                                                                                          Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office as-
                                                                                                                             signed to Courthouse Security and                       The holiday season can be a
reach Center, which is a joint ven-                                                                                                                                             time of greater stress for many
ture between St. Mary’s Hospital’s                                                                                           Mandy is a Legal Assistant II with the
                                                                                                                             St. Mary’s County State’s Attorney’s               people. Walden/Sierra would like
Health Connections, the St. Mary’s                                                                                                                                              to remind members of the Southern
County Health Department and the                                                                                             Office, Child Support Enforcement
                                                                                                                             Division. Dave and Mandy met in the                Maryland community that its crisis
Department of Social Services, will                                                                                                                                             hotline is available 24 hours a day
also carry the flu shots until the sup-                                                                                      St. Mary’s County Circuit Courthouse
                                                                                                                             lobby in January of 1995. They went                to provide confidential help and
ply runs out.                                                                                                                                                                   support. Walk-in services are also
                                                                                                                             on their first date April 29, 1995 and
                                                                                                                             were married two years later on April              provided at several locations in St.
    Who should get vaccinated                                                                                                                                                   Mary’s County, including Walden’s
this season?                                                                                                                 29, 1997 by the Clerk of the Court,
                                                                                                                             Sarah Woodburn.                                    California, Leonardtown and Char-
                                                                                                                                  For the past six (6) years, Dave              lotte Hall offices.
     In general, anyone who wants to                                                                                                                                                 Heightened stress can result
                                                                                                                             and Mandy have arrived before dawn
reduce their chances of getting the
                                                                                                                             and/or stayed past dusk to decorate                from a variety of difficult personal,
flu can get vaccinated. However, it                                                                                                                                             financial and family issues around
is recommended by the Centers for                                                                                            the front lobby of St. Mary’s County
                                                                                                                             Circuit Courthouse with Christmas                  the holidays. The need for crisis in-
Disease Control and Prevention and                                                                                                                                              tervention, counseling and referrals
the Advisory Committee on Im-                                                                                                lights, a Christmas tree, wreaths,
                                                                                                                             red bows, a giant Santa Claus and                  to other community resources is of-
                                                                                                                             packages. The decorations were ac-                 ten greater this time of the year.
              See Flu Shot page B-6                                                                                                                                                  Walden’s hotline counselors
                                                                                                                             quired through donations made by
                                                                                                                             the St. Mary’s County Circuit Court                help individuals facing depression,
                                                                                                                             Clerks Office, State’s Attorney’s Of-              family violence, substance abuse,

Buzzed                                                                                                                       fice, Circuit Court Judge s Chambers,
                                                                                                                             various local law offices and personal
                                                                                                                                                                                homelessness and more. Emer-
                                                                                                                                                                                gency assistance and trauma coun-
                                                                                                                                                                                seling are also available to victims

                                                                                                                                  Dave’s and Mandy’s co-workers                 of domestic violence and sexual
                                                                                                                             report that the Koenigs are just like              assault.

is Drunk                                                                                                                     big kids with huge hearts. Each year                    To reach the Walden hotline,
                                                                                                                             the Koenigs add a little something                 call 301-863-6661.
                                                                                                                             extra to the decorations. This year                     Walden/Sierra is a nonprofit

Driving                                                                                                                      the Koenigs are asking co-workers to               behavioral health agency that has
                                                                                                                             bring in photographs of their children             been providing comprehensive sub-
                                                                                                                             and grandchildren in the holiday spir-             stance abuse treatment, crisis in-
     The holiday season can be one                                                                                           it to decorate a lobby door, and Dave              tervention and trauma counseling
of the deadliest and most dangerous                                                                                          is in the process of trying to decorate            services for St. Mary’s County and
times of the year due to an increase                                                                                         the glass partition in the front lobby             surrounding communities since
in impaired driving. Impaired driv-                                                                                          with a giant candy cane. Candy canes               1973. The 24-hour crisis hotline is
ers are a danger on our County’s                                                                                                                                                sponsored by the St. Mary’s County
roadways and have claimed the                                                                                                            See The Koenig’s page B-6              Government.
lives of more than 2,000 people in
the State of Maryland since 1998.
     That’s why St. Mary’s Coun-
ty Highway Safety, including St.
Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office,
                                          lives and the lives of the others who
                                          may be on the road:
                                           • Plan a safe way home before the            Our Lady of the Wayside
                                                                                        Soup Kitchen Donation
Maryland State Police Leonard-            festivities begin;
town, Department of Natural Re-           • Before drinking, please designate
sources Police and DOD Police are         a sober driver and give that person
joining with National, State and          your keys;
local highway safety officials to         • If you’re impaired, use a taxi, call
remind everyone who will be cel-          a sober friend or family member, or
ebrating during the Holidays that         use public transportation so you are
Buzzed Driving is Drunk Driving           sure to get home safely;
and to never forget to plan a safe        Ask your bartender - St. Mary’s
                                          County Highway Safety offers Tipsy
way home before the festivities be-
                                          Taxi sober ride program offering
gin. Expect to see more officers on       FREE taxi rides home;
the roadways looking for impaired         If you are military contact the base
drivers, during routine patrols, satu-    duty officer or your barrack for a so-
ration patrols and conducting sobri-      ber ride;
ety checkpoints. Officers will also       • If you happen to see a drunk driver
be continuing their partnership with      on the road, don’t hesitate to contact
licensed establishments conducting        your local law enforcement;
Cops in Shops, a Century Council          • And remember, if you know some-
program, looking for persons un-          one who is about to drive or ride
derage attempting to purchase al-         while impaired, take their keys and
cohol and adults furnishing alcohol       help them make other arrangements
for persons under the age of 21.          to get to where they are going safely.
     “The consumption of alcohol,              Remember, our community
drugs and driving just don’t mix,”        members killed in crashes involv-
said Tim Cameron, Sheriff, St.            ing impaired drivers represent loved
Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office.           ones, family members, friends and
“Whether you’ve had way too many          co-workers whose memories de-
or just one too many, it’s not worth      serve to be honored throughout the
the risk of killing yourself or some-     entire year. St. Mary’s County will
one else. Don’t ever get behind           preserve the memory of impaired
a wheel of a vehicle when you are         driving victims and will work dili-
impaired.”                                gently to eliminate incidents of
                                          drunk driving.
     There has been an increase in
                                               “Saving lives on our roads is a
partnerships over the past years          top priority and we need everyone’s
to address and raise awareness to         help to do it,” LT. Michael Thomp-
prevent impaired driving. Look            son, Maryland State Police Leonard-
for tree tags with impaired driv-         town. “This holiday season; don’t let
ing messages and safe driving tips        your year end in an arrest—or even        Shown in photo back row from left to right Daniel Clarke, Cody Spalding, Caitlin Clarke, Victoria Hall, Courtney Buckler, and Kyle Wood.
at various locations on Christmas         worse, death. Make smart decisions.       Shown in photo front row from left to right are Gabrielle Cory, Beau Hall, Lindsey Wood, Britney Lyon, Kayla Lyon, and Sam Hall. All are
trees. Check with bartenders when         Plan ahead, so you can assure a safe      members of the Chaptico Chargers 4-H club.
needed about the Tipsy Taxi or oth-       way home.”
er sober ride programs. Military               Whether you’ve had way too           By Gabrielle Cory                                                    canned fruit. We also brought many noodles and cereals,
personnel should contact the duty         many or just one too many, it’s not       Chaptico Chargers 4-H Club Reporter                                  Vienna sausages, pudding, juice, peanut butter and jelly.
officer or barrack staff if a sober       worth the risk. If you’re over the lim-                                                                        We delivered the food on October 21 to the soup kitchen
ride is needed. Variable Messaging        it, you’ll be under arrest.                   Our 4-H club the Chaptico Chargers saw that many                 to Mr. Dennis Cantwell and Mrs. Mary Lou Gough vol-
Signs will be used throughout the              For more information, contact        of the soup kitchens were in need of food to give the                unteers at the soup kitchen who were there to receive our
county during the Holiday season          your local Community Traffic Safety       many local families in needs. So we decided at our Oc-               donation. The volunteers at the soup kitchen were very
reminding the public not to drive         Program Coordinator, Department           tober club meeting to pitch in and help the Our Lady of              thankful for the donation of food and said we had replen-
impaired.                                 of Human Services, Ms. Jacqueline         the Wayside Soup Kitchen in Chaptico, Maryland. So on                ished the stock of many items they didn’t have available.
     Following these easy steps,          Beckman at 301-475-4200 ext. 1850         October 20th our club went to BJ’s to buy some things for            Those who come to the food bank will be happy to have a
drivers can enjoy a safe and festive      or email jackie.beckman@co.saint-         the soup kitchen. We bought many canned goods such                   variety of items to receive. We really enjoyed doing this
holiday without jeopardizing their                              as vegetables, ravioli, spaghetio’s, canned pie mix, and             and hope to do something like it in the future.
	Section	B	-		                                                                                    The County Times	                                                               Thursday,	December	11,	2008

      LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                                                                   Calendar of Events
                                                         U Children’s Museum to offer their first Mu-
                                                                                                                   Christmas Tree Sale Fundraiser                       days in the Park, a monthly event held on the
Library announces closings                                                                                             The Mechanicsville Optimist Club annual          second Sunday of every month when historic
    Charlotte Hall will be closed this Friday            seum on the Go program, a free workshop for               Christmas Tree Sale Fundraiser will begin on         Rosedale Manor House opens its doors to the
from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for staff training. Leon-          children in third through sixth grade on how              Saturday, December 6 through December                public from 1pm - 4pm. Community members
ardtown and Lexington Park will be open.                 to create their very own computer game. The               23 with lots in Mechanicsville (next to DJs          are invited to tour the manor and learn about
    The libraries will be closed Dec. 24 through         workshop will be taught by Deb Daniel and                 One Stop) and Charlotte Hall (at McKay’s).           all the programs, activities, and site rental op-
Dec. 26 for Christmas and will be open on Sat-           will be offered at each branch: Dec. 22 at Char-          Trees are fresh cut (cut on December 4) and all      portunities at Greenwell. More information is
urday and Sunday as usual. They will close at            lotte Hall, Dec. 23 at Lexington Park and Dec.            proceeds from the sale will benefit youth and        available at or
5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve and be closed New               30 at Leonardtown. All three start at 1:30 p.m.           community programs in our area. Lot hours            by calling 301-373-9775.
Year’s Day reopening on Jan. 2.                          and will end at 3 p.m. Space is limited. Regis-           are Monday through Friday from 5 a.m. - 9
                                                         tration is required.                                      p.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. and Sunday       Youth Memorial Vigil
Last week to buy raffle tickets                                                                                    from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Stop by to get in the spirit         Remember the deceased youth of St Mary’s
     This is the last week to purchase chances           Children can learn to draw                                of the holidays and support our community.           County at the St. Mary’s County Youth Memo-
for the Blackistone Lighthouse print being raf-               Local artist John Busby will conduct a               For more information, contact Cindy Dixon at         rial on National Youth Memorial Day, Sunday,
fled to benefit the library’s Technology Fund.           free workshop for children ages 6 to 12 on                301/904-9101. Happy Holidays From The Me-            December 14th. The vigil will be held from 7
The drawing for the framed print valued at               Dec. 22 at 10 a.m. at Lexington Park. He will             chanicsville Optimist Club.                          to 8 p.m. Bring a votive candle or small taper
$250 will be Dec. 16. Raffle chances are $5              give a mini drawing lesson and then draw par-                                                                  candle that will burn for about an hour as the
or three for $10 and can be purchased at any             ticipants’ favorite characters. Space is limited.         Holiday Pet Portraits With                           names of the people are read. The memorial is
branch.                                                  Registration is required.                                                                                      located on Route 5 just south of the Intersec-
                                                                                                                   Santa                                                tion with Great Mills Road on the left.
                                                                                                                        Enjoy the holidays and get a great new
Children’s holiday parties                               Free movie matinee offered                                photo of your Furry Friends for all your Christ-
                                                              A free movie matinee is being offered on             mas cards. Second Hope Rescue and Petco in           Tri-County Youth Services
                                                         Dec. 22 at 2 p.m. at the Lexington Park branch.           California, MD, will be offering wonderful pet
    Children of all ages are invited to an eve-          Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas, a                                                                     Bureau
ning of holiday fun with stories, crafts and                                                                       portraits with Santa this Saturday, December              Community members are invited to join
                                                         PG rated movie, will be shown. No registra-               13, from 11am to 4pm. The cost will be $8.50
more at the libraries’ holiday parties. Charlotte        tion is required.                                                                                              the Family ACCESS Center and its partner
Hall’s will be Dec. 11 at 6:30 p.m., Lexington                                                                     plus tax and a portion of the proceeds will go       agencies for a Winter Wonderland Family
Park’s Dec. 15 at 6:30 and Leonardtown’s Dec.                                                                      directly to the rescue animals of SECOND             Fun Night on Tuesday, December 16, from 4
18 at 6 p.m. Registration is requested for these         Weekly story times end                                    HOPE RESCUE. For more information, please            to 6 p.m., at the Jarboe Family Education and
free programs.                                                                                                     call Petco at 301-862-9630. For more informa-        Head Start Center (21161 Lexwood Drive in
                                                         tomorrow                                                  tion about SECOND HOPE RESCUE, please
                                                             The fall session of weekly story times will                                                                Lexington Park). Enjoy games, arts and crafts,
                                                                                                                   call 240-925-0628 or email mary@secondho-            puzzles, stories, snacks, and information on
Library partners with Discover                           end tomorrow and will resume the week of
                                                                                                                                                 community resources as you spend time with
                                                         Jan. 12.
U Children’s Museum                                                                                                                                                     your family. For more information, please call
    The library is partnering with Discover                                                                        Flea Market/ Yard Sale                               the Family ACCESS Center at 301-863-2254.
                                                                                                                        St. Mary’s County Fair Association is hav-      There is no fee to participate.
                                                                                                                   ing a Flea Market / Yard Sale at the Fairgrounds
Chaptico Chargers 4-H                                                                                              on Saturday, December 13, 2008 from 8 a.m.
                                                                                                                   to 1 p.m. Crafters are welcome. An 8 X 10
                                                                                                                                                                        Open Auditions
                                                                                                                                                                             The Newtowne Players (NTP) announces
Club Collect Pull Tabs
                                                                                                                   space may be rented for $15.00. For informa-         open auditions for the upcoming production of
                                                                                                                   tion or to reserve a space call 301-475-9543.        “Sylvia” by A.R. Gurney. There are parts for
                                                                                                                                                                        two or three men and three or four women.
                                                                                                                   Christmas Musical                                    People interested in helping with the technical
                                                                                                                       Leonardtown Baptist Church extends a             and support crew are also welcome. The play,
                                                                                                                   special invitation to the community to join us       directed by Keith Williams, will be performed
                                                                                                                   for our free children’s Christmas musical on         March 20 through April 5, 2009. Auditions
                                                                                                                   Dec. 13th at 2PM and Dec. 14th at 7PM, “The          will be held Dec.16-18 from 7-9 p.m. at Three
                                                                                                                   Mystery of the Manger”.                              Notch Theatre, 21744 South Coral Drive, Lex-
                                                                                                                                                                        ington Park. Callbacks will be held Saturday,
                                                                                                                                                                        Dec. 20, from noon to 2 p.m. Auditions will be
                                                                                                                   Cookie Sale                                          readings from the script; no prepared material
                                                                                                                        A Christmas cookie sale will be held on         is necessary. If you cannot make these times
                                                                                                                   Saturday Dec. 13th from 9 a.m. until sold out.       but wish to work either onstage or backstage
                                                                                                                   At Hollywood United Methodist Church. An             for this production, please e-mail Williams at
                                                                                                                   assortment of homemade cookies can be pur-           edrft_99@yahoo or call 301-737-5447.
                                                                                                                   chased for $8 per container. These make nice
                                                                                                                   gifts for friends and family. For more informa-
                                                                                                                   tion call 301-373-2500.                              NARFE, Chapter 969 Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                             December 17th, 10 a.m. is the deadline for
                                                                                                                                                                        making reservations for the St. Mary’s County
                                                                                                                   Hughesville Baptist Church                           Chapter 969 of the National Active and Retired
                                                                                                                   Invites everyone to come to our Christmas            Federal Employees Association (NARFE)
                                                                                                                   Worship Services:                                    meeting in December.
From left to right are Christina Goldring, James Goldring, Cody Spalding, Victoria Hall, Sarah Straub, Joe Wood.   Sunday, December 14, 2008, at 6 p.m. is our
All are member of the Chaptico Chargers except for Joe Wood who is president of the St. Mary’s County Farm                                                                   The December meeting will be held at Olde
                                                                                                                   Children’s Program “The Christmas County             Brenton Inn in Leonardtown, Friday December
                                                                                                                   Spelling Bee.”                                       19th. The cost of the special luncheon will be
By Gabrielle Cory                                        club members presented the pull tabs to the St.           Sunday, December 21, 2008, at 10:30 AM is            $18.00. Due to limited seating, only members
Chaptico Chargers 4-H Club Reporter                      Mary’s County Farm Bureau president Mr. Joe               our Adult Musical “Unspeakable Joy.”                 and their spouses will be allowed to attend. No
                                                         Wood and members at their monthly meeting.                Christmas Eve Services are on Wednesday,             other guests will be allowed. The social hour
    For a service project the Chaptico Char-             They added our pull-tabs with those collected             December 24, 2008, and 7 PM and 11 PM.               begins at 11a.m. and lunch at noon.
gers 4-H club has been collecting pull tabs              by the farm bureau members and transported                Come and take part in these events.                       Entertainment will be provided by several
since the beginning of this year. The club               them to a local Ronald McDonald house. Our                Regular Worship Services are at 10:30 a.m.           of our chapter members.
has saved pull tabs decided to donate for the            club saved a total of 35 pounds of pull tabs.             and 6 p.m., our Children’s Worship Service is              Reservations for lunch are required and
Ronald McDonald house. Ronald McDonald                   Our club members were amazed at how many                  at 10:30 AM and Sunday School Classes are            may be made by calling Pam Allgood, 301-862-
House uses money raised from pull-tabs to                pull tabs saved and thought this was a great              at 9:15 AM and 10:30 AM Preschool. We are            7778, or Janet Tippett, 301-373-8583. Members
buy supplies for families of children who are            way to help our community by doing a simple               located in Hughesville at: 8505 Old Leonard-         will be charged for lunch if reservations are not
and staying at their facilities. On October 21st         job that was a lot of fun.                                town Rd. For more information call the Church        kept or cancelled by the deadline. If interested
                                                                                                                   at (301) 884-8645 or (301) 274-3672, or Email        in only attending the meeting, it begins at 12:45
                                                                                                                 Pastor       p.m. Anyone interested in membership can
                                                                                                                   Keith Corrick                                        call Shirley Carroll, first vice president, mem-
The Koenig’s                                                         Flu Shot                                                                                           bership, at 301-884-4869.
                                                                     Continued from page B-                       Brown Bag Auction
Continued from page B-                                                                                                 December 14th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.            Community Dinner
                                                                      munization Practices that certain            Come tell Santa what is on your wish list!!!              The St. Vincent de Paul Society of St.
are also placed upon the Christmas tree, and children                                                              Brown Bag Auction drawing begins at 1 p.m.
are given the opportunity to take a candy cane as they                people should get vaccinated each                                                                 Aloysius Church is sponsoring its 5th Com-
                                                                      year, including:                             Tickets 6 for $5 or $1 apiece. Something for         munity Christmas dinner on Thursday, De-
leave the Courthouse.
                                                                      • People 50 years of age and older           everyone: Gif Certificates, Toys, Jewelry,           cember 25, 2008, Christmas Day from 2 – 6
                                                                                                                   Christmas Items, gift baskets, homemade              p.m. at Father Andrew White School in Leon-
                                                                      • People of any age with certain
                                                                                                                   crafts and many other Great items. Hot Dogs          ardtown, Maryland. This dinner is FREE and
                                                                      chronic medical conditions                   and Chicken Salad Sandwiches & Bake Sale.
                                                                      • People who live in nursing homes                                                                for anyone desiring a good meal and/or want-
                                                                                                                   Proceeds from the Auction/Bake sale Benefit          ing to share the spirit of Christmas with others
                                                                      and other long-term care facilities          Ridge Volunteer Rescue Squad.
                                                                      • People who live with or care for                                                                within our community. All are welcomed to
                                                                      those at high risk for complications                                                              attend. Anyone requesting a dinner delivery
                                                                      from flu, including household con-           Breakfast With Santa                                 or transportation to and from dinner will need
                                                                                                                        The Hollywood Volunteer Rescue Squad            to contact us by Monday, December 15, 2008.
                                                                      tacts and out-of-home caregivers of
                                                                                                                   is sponsoring “Breakfast With Santa” an All          For more information, call St. Vincent de Paul
                                                                      children less than six months of age                                                              Society at 301-481-2942.
                                                                      (these children are too young to be          You Can Eat Breakfast on Sunday, December
                                                                      vaccinated)                                  14th 2008 from 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the
                                                                                                                   Rescue Squad building on Route 235 in Holly-         All You Can Eat Breakfast
                                                                                                                   wood. The menu will be: Sausage Gravy and                 The Hollywood Volunteer Rescue Squad
                                                                          When and where will the Mo-              Biscuits, Sausage Links, Bacon, Scrambled
                                                                      bile Outreach Center visit?                                                                       Auxiliary is sponsoring an All You Can Eat
                                                                                                                   Eggs, Fired Potatoes, Pancakes, French Toast         Breakfast on Sunday, January 11, 2009, from
                                                                                                                   Sticks, Escalloped Apples, assorted juice, cof-      7:30 a.m. until 10:30 a.m. at the Rescue Squad
                                                                      Flu shots available until supply runs        fee, tea and hot chocolate. The cost will be
                                                                      out                                                                                               building on Route 235 in Hollywood. The
                                                                                                                   adults: $8.00; children ages 5-12 years $4.00        menu will be: Sausage Gravy and Biscuits,
                                                                      Cost: $20 per vaccine, cash or               and children under age 5 are free.                   Sausage Links, Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Fired
                                                                                                                                                                        Potatoes, Pancakes, French Toast Sticks, Es-
                                                                      December 5 — Leonardtown Li-
                                                                      brary - 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.                    Greenwell Holds Annual                               calloped Apples, assorted juice, coffee, tea and
                                                                                                                                                                        hot chocolate. The cost will be adults: $8.00;
                                                                      December 9 — St. John’s Pharma-              Holiday Open House                                   children ages 5-12 years $4.00 and children
                                                                      cy, Hollywood - 10 a.m. to noon                   Join the Greenwell Foundation on Sun-           under age 5 are free.
                                                                      December 9 — Millison Plaza,                 day, Dec. 14, from 1 – 4 p.m. for Greenwell’s
                                                                      Lexington Park - 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.            Annual Holiday Open House at historic Rose-
                                                                      December 11 — McKay’s, Char-                 dale Manor. Enjoy hot chocolate, cider, light        Members Needed
                                                                      lotte Hall - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.               refreshments, holiday music and tours of the            We need members!! The regular monthly
                                                                      December 18 — McKay’s, Leonar-               manor house. Gift certificates for Greenwell’s       meeting of the Hollywood Volunteer Rescue
     Those who enter the Circuit Court lobby often com-               dtown - 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.                    programs will be available for sale. Small na-       Squad Auxiliary will be held on Wednesday,
ment on the beauty of the decorations and the warm                                                                 ture-related gift items will be available for sale   January 14th 2009, at 7 p.m. at the Resuce
                                                                           For      more       information,
feeling that is provided, but few know the history and                                                             too.                                                 Squad building on Route 235 in Hollywood.
                                                                      please call the St. Mary’s Hospi-                                                                 Anyone wishing to become a member of the
love story associated with what has unwittingly become                tal Health Connections office at                  This event is the December feature of Sun-
                                                                                                                                                                        Auxiliary is encouraged to attend. For more
tradition. The mystery has now been solved.                           301-475-6019.
Thursday, December 11, 2008                                                             The County Times                                                                                   Section B - 

Spinach Stuffed Mushrooms                                                                              Cheesy Hot Crab                   1 medium red pepper,
    From                                                                                                                  chopped
                                                                                                       and Red Pepper                    1 small onion, finely chopped
Ingredients                                                                                            Spread                            1 can (6 oz.) crabmeat, drained
                                                                                                           From            WHEAT THINS Crackers
1 pkg. (6 oz.) STOVE TOP Stuffing Mix for                                                                                                 Directions
Chicken                                                                                                Ingredients
1-1/2 cups hot water                                                                                                                     1. PREHEAT oven to 375°F.
40 fresh mushrooms (about 2 lb.)                                                                       1-1/2 cups KRAFT 2% Milk          Remove 1/2 cup of the mozza-
2 Tbsp. butter                                                                                         Shredded Mozzarella Cheese,       rella cheese; cover and refrig-
2 cloves garlic, minced                                                                                divided                           erate until ready to use. Mix all   mixture is heated through and
1 pkg. (10 oz.) frozen chopped spinach,                                                                1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADEL-          remaining ingredients except        top is lightly browned. Sprinkle
thawed, well drained                                                                                   PHIA Neufchatel Cheese,           crackers until well blended.        with reserved ½ cup mozzarella
1 cup KRAFT Shredded Low-Moisture Part-                                                                softened                          2. SPREAD into 9-inch pie           cheese. Garnish with chopped
Skim Mozzarella Cheese                            medium heat. Add chopped stems and garlic;           1 tsp. garlic powder              plate.                              fresh parsley, if desired. Serve
1 cup KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese                cook and stir until tender. Add to prepared          1 tsp. Italian seasoning          3. BAKE 20 min. or until crab       hot with the crackers.
                                                  stuffing along with spinach and cheeses; mix
Directions                                        well.
                                                  2. SPOON evenly into mushroom caps. Place,           Baked Apricot Spread
1. HEAT oven to 400°F. Mix stuffing mix and       filled-sides up, in shallow baking pan.                  From
water; set aside. Remove stems from mush-         3. BAKE 20 min. or until mushrooms are ten-
rooms; chop stems. Melt butter in skillet on      der and filling is heated through.                   Ingredients

                                                                                                       1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream
                                                                                                       Cheese Spread, softened
Sparkling Tree Cakes                                                                                   1 cup KRAFT Shredded Cheddar Cheese
    From                                                                                ½ cup BREAKSTONE’S or KNUDSEN Sour
                                                                                                       Cream                                               and Cheddar cheese in medium bowl until well
Ingredients                                                                                            ½ cup sliced dried apricots                         blended. Add sour cream and apricots; mix
                                                                                                       1/3 cup PLANTERS Sliced Almonds                     well.
1 pkg. (2-layer size) yellow cake mix                                                                   RITZ Crackers                                      2. SPREAD into 9-inch pie plate; sprinkle with
¼ tsp. green food coloring
1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream                                                                      Directions                                          3. BAKE 25 to 30 minutes or until almonds
Cheese, softened
                                                                                                                                                           are lightly toasted and spread is heated through.
1 cup powdered sugar                                                                                   1. PREHEAT oven to 350°F. Mix cream cheese          Cool slightly. Serve with crackers.
1-1/2 cups thawed COOL WHIP Whipped
16 peppermint sticks (3 inch)                     cake batter as directed on package; tint with
½ cup BAKER’S ANGEL FLAKE Coconut                 food coloring. Pour evenly into prepared pans.       Cheesy Mashed Potatoes
2 squares BAKER’S Semi-Sweet Chocolate,           2. BAKE as directed on package. Cool in                  From
chopped                                           pans 10 min.; remove to wire racks. Cool
¼ cup PLANTERS Dry Roasted Peanuts,               completely.                                          Ingredients
chopped                                           3. BEAT cream cheese and powdered sugar
Assorted Christmas candies                        with electric mixer on medium speed until well       1-1/2 lb. Idaho potatoes, peeled, cut up (about
colored sugar                                     blended. Stir in whipped topping with wire           4 cups)
                                                  whisk. Spread onto tops and sides of cakes.          1 cup CHEEZ WHIZ Cheese Dip
Directions                                        4. CUT each cake into eight wedges to resem-         ¼ cup OSCAR MAYER Real Bacon Bits
                                                  ble Christmas trees. Insert peppermint stick         2 Tbsp. milk                                        enough water to completely cover potatoes.
1. PREHEAT oven to 350°F. Grease and flour        into curved side of each cake for the tree trunk.    1 Tbsp. sliced green onion                          Bring to boil on medium-high heat. Reduce
two 9-inch round cake pans; set aside. Prepare    Decorate with remaining ingredients. Store in                                                            heat to medium-low; cook 20 minutes or until
                                                  refrigerator.                                        Directions                                          potatoes are tender.
                                                                                                                                                           2. DRAIN potatoes; return to saucepan. Mash
                                                                                                       1. PLACE potatoes in large saucepan. Add            well.

Easy Roasted Pork

                                                                                                           I Found Bullocks!


1 boneless pork roast (3 lb.)

                                                                                                                 School Band Rentals
¾ cup KRAFT CATALINA Dressing,
4 medium each: potatoes, beets, onions and

                                                                                                                   Baldwin Pianos,
carrots, quartered


1. PREHEAT oven to 350°F. Place pork in           Remove pan from oven.
large lightly greased roasting pan; brush with    3. ADD onions and carrots to ingredients in
1/2 cup of the dressing.                          pan. Bake 1-1/2 hours or until pork is cooked
2. PLACE vegetables in large bowl. Add re-        through (160°F), basting occasionally with the

                                                                                                                   Amps & Violins
maining 1/4 cup dressing; toss to coat. Add po-   pan juices. Let stand 10 min. before cutting
tatoes and beets to pork in pan. Bake 15 min.     pork into slices. Serve with the vegetables.

                                                                                                                          Open 9:30 - 8 pm
Four arrested for
weapons violations
                                  Park and Justin Lemar Hill,
                                  26, of Waldorf were detained
                                                                    Hill: Illegal possession of a
                                                                    regulated firearm, having a                              Mon - Fri
                                                                                                                           Sat 9:30 - 5 pm
                                  outside the vehicle during the    handgun in the vehicle and
                                  vehicle search. The search        two counts of having a con-
     On December 6, 2008 at       revealed a loaded 12-gauge        cealed weapon
3:03 a.m. Cpl. Grumbles ob-       shotgun and a loaded 9mm
served and stopped a silver       pistol within the reach of the

                                                                                                           Rt. 301 & DeMarr Rd., White Plains
Chevy Tahoe at Three Notch        occupants of the vehicle. Bu-
                                                                    Operation nests
Road and Blimpies in Lex-         reau of Criminal Investiga-       narcotics arrests
ington Park for operating in a    tions, Vice / Narcotics, and

                                                                                                               (next to SMECO) on Rt. 301
suspicious manner. Grumbles       Assistant States Attorney              During a two-day en-
noticed the four occupants        Daniel White were contacted       forcement operation on De-
moving around inside prior

                                  and apprised of the situation.    cember 4-5 by the St. Mary’s
to and during the stop. Other     White responded to the scene.     County Vice Narcotics Di-
deputies arrived on the scene     The firearms were seized, the     vision, the following arrests
to assist. The driver was iden-   vehicle was stored and all four   were made.
tified as Malcolm Omega           occupants arrested.                    Beginning in June 2008
Reynolds, 27, of Colton’s                                           until the end of the summer

                                                                                                              Rental • Sales • New & Used
Point. Investigation revealed     The suspects were charged         Vice Narcotics detectives
Reynolds was operating a ve-      as follows:                       were making purchases of co-
hicle while allegedly under the                                     caine from a group of related

                                                                                                                 Service • Instructions
influence of alcohol and sub-     Reynolds: Driving under the       individuals in the Sandgates
sequently arrested. A female      influence of alcohol, handgun     area of St. Mary’s County.
passenger, identified as Tosha    in vehicle, illegal possession    The suspects utilized the
Denise Gallagher, 30, of Fort     of a regulated firearm, and       parking lot of a bar to conduct
Meade, became very uncoop-        two counts having a concealed     their alleged illegal drug deal-
erative and disorderly, accord-   weapon.                           ing. Over the course of several
ing to police. Gallagher and
                                                                    months detectives made nu-
the other two passengers were     Gallagher: Hindering, failure     merous purchases of cocaine.
ordered from the vehicle so it    to obey a lawful order, having    William Herman “Billy” Tip-
could be searched incident to     a handgun in the vehicle, and     pett, 34, Russell Wilfred Du-
the arrest of Reynolds. Once      two counts of having a con-       four, 45, David Jodie Quade,
outside the vehicle, Gallagher    cealed weapon                     41, and Donald Joseph Taylor                                             PIANO SALON
became even more uncoop-                                            Jr., 32, were indicted on sev-
erative and disorderly, police
said. Gallagher was arrested
for hindering. The remain-
                                  Jones: Illegal possession of
                                  a regulated firearm, having a
                                                                    eral counts of conspiring to
                                                                    distribute and distribution of                                              “                                         ”
                                  handgun in the vehicle, and       cocaine. They were arrested
ing two rear-seat passengers,     two counts of having a con-       on no-bond warrants.
identified as Jason Earl Wil-     cealed weapon
liam-Jones, 27, of Lexington
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Section B -                            The County Times                                                        Thursday, December 11, 200

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                                                                                    Last Week’s
                                                                                  Puzzle Solutions
                Level: Intermediate




                                                     CLUES                         48. Assign a designation      23. Yemen capital
                                                                                   to                            24. Regions
                                                     ACROSS                        50. Indemnity                 26. Patti Hearst’s captors
                                                      1. Sugarcoats                                              27. 60 seconds (abbr.)
                                                      8. Harry’s house                                           29. Kept one occupied
                                                     11. Coetaneous                                              31. Swiss house
                                                     12. Largest Pakistani         CLUES DOWN                    32. Maintain security
                                                     city                           1. Type of chemothera-
                                                                                                                 33. Chocolate cookie
                                                     16. One who arranges          py (abbr.)
                                                                                                                 with white
                                                     by size                        2. From a distance
                                                                                    3. Ball playing team         filling
                                                     17. Dark purplish-red                                       34. One minus a cosine
                                                     18. Tense                     assoc.
                                                                                    4. Prefix meaning,           (trig.)
                                                     19. No variation                                            36. Bombastic
                                                     20. Conical tent              “two.”
                                                                                    5. Cephalopod fluid          declamation
                                                     23. Total items sold                                        37. Point midway be-
                                                     25. College admin.             6. Mild Dutch cheese
                                                                                                                 tween NE and E
                                                     officers                       7. Porzana carolina
                                                                                                                 38. Swiss river
                                                     27. Jesus’ mother              8. Stuffed with food
                                                                                    9. Key in again              41. In bed
                                                     28. Type of cracker                                         42. Roman moon
                                                     29. 2nd Greek letter          10. Seldom
                                                                                   11. A set of principles or    goddess
                                                     30. Civil Rights group                                      43. Samoan monetary
                                                     33. 1/2 of a seed’s repro-    rules
                                                                                   13. A small inlet             unit
                                                     ductive structure                                           44. Expression of sorrow
                                                     35. On land                   14. Tills a garden
                                                                                   15. Hostelry                  or pity
                                                     38. Area units                                              46. Actor DeLuise
                                                     39. ____ Ladd, actor          16. Group of tennis
                                                                                   games                         47. ___ma: 18th Greek
                                                     40. TV antenna                                              letter
                                                     43. A salty solution          21. Tripod
                                                                                   22. Related on the moth-      49. 1/1000 of an ampere
                                                     45. Citizen Kane’s sled
                                                     47. Choose                    er’s side
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par h the l type s withne min Charg s (No r                Bedroom, 3 full baths,
                                                                                         residence. Fenced yard,          task and be very flexible     please call Melissa Fitz-      in bed liner and soft ton-    1981 Honda CB 900             Experienced        licensed
   ty a 2 i        )                     e                                                                                                                                                                           Custom. Want lots of          family daycare provider
        ds m nch Char artw imum. d by                      split-level with 2 car ga-
                                                                                         private patio. All utili-        with schedule. Position       patrick 301-373-7882.          nue cover. All four tires
             ust min ged ork,              D               rage, porch, family room,                                                                                                                                 Power?? This is your          has full time infant open-
                 be p imu by           l is-                                                                              requires previous bank-                                      were replaced last year. It
                      aid m. A the ogos,                   etc. New heat pump/AC,        ties included, additional
                                                                                                                          ing experience. Satur-                                       has a Infinity sound sys-     bike!! New brakes, new        ing for $150.00 per week.
                         befo ll        in                                               charge for laundry privi-                                            Part-Time                                                                            I am very flexible with
                             re a priva ch                 new carpet, new roof.
                                                                                         leges. Includes cable            days are required. Call        Bartenders & Servers          tem. If interested, please    front shocks,1000 miles
                                 d is te                   Discount for active mili-                                                                                                                                 on front tire. 10 speed       the hours. I offer a very
                                     r un                                                                                 301-627-3504.                     Must be available          call 301-994-9344 for
                                          .                tary. Available Jan 1.        & high-speed internet.                                                                                                      transmission--LOTS of         homelike and loving en-
                                                                                                                                                          weekends & evenings.         more information. Price:
                                                           Call 301-481-7171. Price:     Security deposit & refer-                                                                                                   power!! Great everyday        vironment with many
                                                                                                                                                         Wine knowledge a plus.        $11,000.
                                                           $1350.                        ences required. If inter-        We are looking for an                                                                      ride. Please call 315-276-    toys and activities. I have
                                                                                         ested, please call Deb for       individual to help with          Wine Bar & Cafe in                                        6239. Price: $1500.           a large daycare room and
                                                                                         details - 301-643-8468.          daily construction duties      Leonardtown. 301-997-         1986 Ford RANGER.                                           lots of outdoor space for
                                                           3 bedroom 2 bath house        Price: $900.                     that include all aspects of     1110, ask for Crystal.       Runs good with good
                                                           located 15 miles from the                                                                                                                                 2006 Harley David-            play. I also may have room
                                                                                                                          residential & light com-                                     engine. We had the truck                                    for one more child ages 2
                                                           Patuxent River Naval air                                       mercial      construction.    Patient Oriented Oral/         inspected 9/05 and drove      son Super Glide Cus-
                                                           station and 3 miles from      2 Bedroom apartment, 1                                                                                                      ton. Chrome Chrome            and up depending on the
                                                                                                                          Experience is helpful but     Maxillofacial     Surgery      only 6 months and not                                       hours needed. Please call
                                                           Calvert Cliff Power Plant.    bathroom, washer/dryer,                                                                                                     Chrome, forward Con-
                                                                                                                          not necessary. We are         practice searching for an      many miles. The side                                        if you have any questions
                                                           The house has a large         cable tv, storage area,                                                                                                     trols, 5 speed, 2 seats,
                                                                                                                          willing to train the right    experienced Dental Assis-      window was removed                                          or would like to set up
 REAL ESTATE                  REAL ESTATE                  storage shed, full wrap       trash service, large kitch-
                                                                                                                          individual. The success-      tant with Oral Surgery or      so it needs a passenger       detactable sissy bar, pwr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   an interview. 301-290-
                                                           around deck with covered      en and dining room, cen-                                                                                                    commander race tuner,
                                                                                                                          ful candiate MUST BE          nursing experience a plus!     side window but other-                                      1576. Thanks and happy
                                                           patio area, 24’ by 24’ ga-    tral air conditioning, no                                                                                                   python pipes, chrome al-
                                                                                                                          DRUG FREE, honest,            We are looking for a pro-      wise should pass inspec-                                    holidays!
Very nice 3 bed 1.5 bath      Beautiful rambler offers     rage, and 1/2 acre of land.   pets, no section 8. $900 a                                                                                                  loyed wheels, custom pin
                                                                                                                          intelligent and have a        fessional, hard-working,       tion. Price: $800/OBO.
town house for sale in        lots of living space with    A new 13 sear heat pump       month plus 1 months se-                                                                                                     striping, serviced every
                                                                                                                          professional attitude &       energetic team player who      If interested, please call
Columbia        Commons.      over 1550 square feet.       and air handler unit has      curity deposit. Reference                                                                                                   5 thousand miles, clean       Openings for 2 and up.
                                                                                                                          appearance. A clean,          loves what they do. We are     301-645-2150 for more
This is an end unit up        Home has been recently       just been installed. Call     required. If interested,                                                                                                    bike, garage kept, selling    Home daycare provider
                                                                                                                          valid drivers license with    a fee for service practice     information.
on the left as you turn       renovated     throughout.    Richard Dole at 301-980-      please call 301-994-2908                                                                                                    due to never have time        located in Chesapeake
                                                                                         for more information.            transportation is also        that focuses on quality pa-
on to Columbus Drive.         3BR/2BA. Large liv-          2020 or 410-326-0666.                                          required. Please follow       tient care not quantity of                                   to ride, must sell, SERI-     Beach has openings for
Washer Dryer, recent up-      ing/family room with                                       Price: $900.                                                                                  2000 express van. Work-       OUS INQUIRES ONLY             ages 2 and up. Bayview
                                                           Price: $1250.                                                  the link to our website to    patient care. Main Quali-
grades. Owner is highly       fireplace. Beautiful din-                                                                                                                                ing TV, VCR, Rear AC/         please. Many extras to go     Hills subdivision/Beach
                                                                                                                          download and an employ-       fications needed: MUST         heat, captain chairs in
motivated and is going        ing room with hardwood                                                                      ment application. Email       be X-ray certified, MUST                                     with bike. Will sell open     Elementary School dis-
to pay all closing costs to   floors. Kitchen features                                                                                                                                 middle and power bench        trailer with bike if want-    trict. I provide meals
help turn this property.      plenty of counter space.      Spring Valley Apartments                                      the completed application
                                                                                                                          and resume(optional) to
                                                                                                                                                        have Anesthesia experi-
                                                                                                                                                        ence, Impression taking
                                                                                                                                                                                       seat that convert to a bed
                                                                                                                                                                                       in back. Rear mood lights
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ed. Call 443-532-0737.        and snacks and many
Price is $140,000. Call       Sunroom looks over large                                                                    info@beldencontracting.       and dental labratory ex-                                     Price: $16,500.               educational     activities.
301-481-0751.                 backyard. Home has a full                                                                                                                                and reading lights. You                                     Please call for interview
                                                                       46533 Valley Court                                 com or fax it to 301-994-     perience a plus. Hours         can stand in this van with
                              basement partially-fin-                                                                     0271. Partially completed     are:    Tuesday-Thursday                                     2007 Kawasaki NINJA           443-550-3694.
                              ished with 1 car garage,       301-863-2239 (p)      301-863-6905 (f)                                                                                    the high top. Many new
Colonial style 4 Bed-                                                                                                     applications without sal-     7:30-5:30, Friday 7:30-        parts were added to this      ZX-6R,2007 Green Ka-
                              work shop area, large rec                                                               3:00. Benefits include:
room/3.5 Bath Home
                              room and den with wood
                                                                                                                          ary requirements and                                         van in last year to pass      wasaki ZX6R with 394X            GENERAL
for sale, rent or lease to                                                                                                references will not be        Employee Health Insur-                                       miles. The title is clean
own in Apple Greene           stove. Lots of freedom              Two bedrooms available                                  considered. We will be        ance, Vacation/Sick Pay,
                                                                                                                                                                                       MD inspection. Michelan
                                                                                                                                                                                       tires, new water pump,        and clear for this bike.
Subdivision in Dunkirk.       with no covenants or Ho-
                              meowner Assoc rules.
                                                                 805-1103 Sq. ft. $938-$992                               interviewing candidates       401K, and Profit Sharing.      drag link, ball joints and    This is an absolutely
$ 465,0 0 0/negot iable.                                                                                                  beginning        Thursday     If this sounds like you,       various steering parts in-    amazing bike. I am only
                              Great convenient loca-                     One 1 BR Available                                                                                                                                                        Ashley Dark Choco-
Lease to own with 3-5%                                                                                                    12/4.                         come join our dynamic          spection station made me      selling because I am no
                              tion with only 6 miles to                  One 3 BR Available                                                                                                                                                        late Leather Couch,
down + monthly rent of                                                                                                                                  team and learn about state     change. Stainless steel       longer able to ride. The
                              downtown Leonardtown                                                                                                                                                                                                 Love Seat, Reclining
$2100-$2500. Rent var-                                                                                                                                  of the art Maxillofacial       exhaust. Gets 17-20mpg.       bike has been well main-
ies depending on down         and 7 miles to Pax River.         Call For Current Specials!                                Animal Care Assistant:
                                                                                                                          Small veterinary office       Surgery! Email your re-        This van has a towing         tained. The bike has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Chair. Signature Design.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bought brand new from
payment amount. The           Leonardtown Middle and                                                                                                    sume to Crystal@drzebo-                                      broken in as per the own-
                              High School District.                                                                       looking for self moti-                                       package and class 3 hitch.                                  Regency Furniture on 28
more you can put down,                                                                                                    vated, reliable, hardwork-                      Great for travel with         ers manual. It has always
                              This home is ready for                                     Beautifully      secluded                                                                                                                                 Oct 08. Comes with 5
the less your rent will be.                                3 bedroom, 2 bath rambler                                      ing, creative and flexible                                   kids. Price: $4000 obo.       been kept in my shed.
                              immediate move-in. Al-                                     one bedroom apartment                                                                                                                                     year warranty and origi-
Or you can rent this home                                  - Recently renovated with                                      individual to fill imme-      Are you sitting around         If interested, please call    Bike had its oil changed
                              most 1 acre of peaceful                                    situated on wooded lot                                                                                                                                    nal receipt. Tags still on
with a $5000 deposit and                                   newly finished hardwood                                        diate part-time position,     waiting for Customers?         301-994-0498 for more         at 600mi, 1,000mi and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   item. Couch and love seat
$2500/month. *Available       living awaits you. 240-      floors. Large workshop        with a pond view. Cen-                                                                                                      every 1,000 mi after. The
                              925-6790. $255,000.                                        trally located just three        8 a.m. - 2 p.m.and occa-      We’ve got traffic!!!!!!!       information.                                                also recline. Price: $1500
Immediately. Some ame-                                     with electric and heat and                                     sionally 1 p.m. - 6:30 pm,    Toyota of Waldorf is                                         bike has never been laid
                                                                                         miles north of Callaway                                                                                                                                   or best offer. (Bought for
nities of the home include:                                storage shed. No Section                                       Mon-Fri. Duties include       looking to hire sales                                        down or even seen rain.
                                                                                         Village Center on Point                                                                                                                                   $2100). Must be able to
2 Car Garage, Fully Fin-      Gorgeous & Custom            8 or Housing Programs.                                         general cleaning, animal      people for both New Cars            CORVETTES                The bike is in excellent
                                                                                         Lookout Road (Rt. 5)                                                                                                                                      pick up and deliver on
ished Basement, Separate      5BR/4BA home in Desir-       Credit Report Required.                                        care and handling, as-        and for Used Cars Dept.               WANTED!                condition. Please feel free
                                                                                         only six miles from Pax                                                                                                                                   your own. Also selling
Dining Room, Could be a       able Leonardtown on a        $1,350.00 per month +                                          sisting Veterinarian and      Experience preferred,but         Any year, any condition.    to contact me if there are
                                                                                         River. Newly renovated                                                                                                                                    two Pier One Imports Bar
5th bedroom, Wide coun-       quiet street, end lot with   Security Deposit. If in-                                       veterinary technicians.       we will train the right        Cash buyer. 1-800-369-6148.   any questions. Call 540-
try porch, Hard wood          large fenced in private      terested, please call 301-    second floor apartment                                                                                                      903-9748. Price: $6800.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Stools (Leather seats) for
                                                                                         great for the single pro-        Good phone manners            people.Great     working                                                                   $100 (Bought last month
floors, Large brick fire-     backyard, Formal DR,         472-4310 for more infor-                                       and computer skills a         enviroment,Pay     plans
                                                                                         fessional. Laundry and                                                                        1999 Chevrolet 1500.                                        for $200). Please email if
place, Almost two acres!      Family Room w/built in       mation. Price: $1,350.                                         plus. Send resume, At-        ,and Benefits. Closed                                        2006 Kawasaki KFX
                                                                                         dry cleaning just min-                                                                        Truck is wrecked but                                        interested, jarat99 @ hot-
Fenced back yard, In-         white entertainment cen-                                                                    tention: Kathy J. Bennett,                                                                 400 real nice bike, hardly
ground swimming pool.         ter w/Fireplace below,                                     utes away. Only $850 per                                       on Sundays,       For a        fixable. Has a clear and                          
                                                           Spacious 3 bedroom, 2         month including utilities!       DVM,Manager -to 21367         Confidential Interview         clean title. Has a vortec     riden. Looks like brand
And much more! Call           Gourmet Kitchen featur-      bath home for rent locat-                                      Great Mills Road, Lex-        contact Ed Richardson                                        new. If interested, please
410-586-0841.                 ing granite countertops,                                   Non-smoking and no                                                                            350 motor. New trans-                                       Like new oversized La-Z-
                                                           ed in Hollywood Shores        pets. Call John today at         ington Park, Md. 20653        301-843-3700.                  mission. Four brand new       call Rick @ 301-884-
                              Stainless Steel Appli-                                                                                                                                                                                               Boy recliner is in excel-
                                                           Waterfront Community.         240.538.8777 for an im-          or e-mail to kbennett@                                       wrangler tires on chrome      4700. Price: $3800 obo.
                              ances, Under the Cabinet                                                                                                                                                                                             lent condition, super com-
Very nice single family                                    The house sits on approx.     mediate viewing!                     The Mixing Bowl is Hir-        rims. New shocks. Slid-
                              Lighting, Breakfast Area,                                                                                                                                                                                            fortable and has attractive
home with covered front                                    1/2 acre of fenced in yard.                                                                  ing! We are seeking moti-      ing back window. Power        1985 Yamaha xj700.
                              Main Level Luxury Mas-                                                                                                                                                                                               blue cloth material. From
porch, hardwood floors,                                    Dishwasher,        Electric                                    Tech Wizards, Inc., a         vated workers to assist in     everything. Alarm sys-        Runs, Drives and was
                              ter Bedroom and Bath,                                      Furnished bedroom avail-                                                                                                                                  non-smoking home with
master bedroom with                                        Stove, Frig, etc. in kitch-                                    software      engineering     various kitchen related du-    tem. Selling whole truck      drivin all summer. Call,
                              2 bedrooms including                                       able in a waterfront home                                                                                                                                 no pets. Asking $375 or
full master bath, eat in                                   en. Central A/C and Heat                                       company, has an imme-         ties. There are three main     $2500. If interested,         come take a look and make
                              Master on main level and                                   overlooking the Potomac                                                                                                                                   best offer. Please call
kitchen, doorway to new                                    throughout house. It also                                      diate need for an entry to    positions available. Seek-     please call 301 627-2895      an offer. 240-298-0161.
                              3 on second level, Hard-                                   River in the Valley Lee                                                                                                                                   (301) 872-4261.
deck and fenced in back                                    has a large bonus room                                         mid level Flash program-      ing any who are trustwor-      for more information.
yard. Great location! Just    wood, Crown Molding,         on one side of the house,     area. Quite neighborhood
                              Nickel Hardware/Light                                      located approximately 20         mer to support Web-           thy and reliable. If this

minutes from the Patux-                                    could be used as another                                       Based training develop-       sounds like you, please
ent Naval Air Station.        Fixtures, Cathedral Ceil-    bedroom. Need to pro-         minutes from the Navy
                              ing, Concrete Driveway,                                    Base. The bedroom is             ment in Dahlgren, VA.         come down! On the job

                                                                                                                                                                                             Personal Property Auction
Home has new kitchen                                       vide your own washer                                           Candidate should have         training available. Please
and baths with recessed       Rear Trex Deck, 2 Car        and dryer. Boat ramp and      $500 payable in advance
                              Garage, Vinyl Fencing,                                     and suitable for one pro-        a working knowledge of        stop by between 1pm and
lighting, ceiling fans and                                 community pool avail-                                                                        3pm on weekdays to fill
                                                                                                                                                                                                  December 13th 9am
                              Custom built Shed, Up-                                     fessional adult. Utilities       Flash ActionScript 2.0
stainless steel appliances.                                able for a small yearly                                        and be willing to work        out an application. We
If interested, please call    grades galore. Never any     fee. Small shed located in    are included. Refrigerator,
                              pets or smoking in home.                                   cable TV and High Speed          in a team environment.        are located adjacent to
Paul @ 240-538-1281 or                                     yard. Large deck on back
email @ plewiscpa@aol.        2-10 Home Warranty. call
                              301-481-6429 to schedule
                                                           of house. Cable avail-        Internet are available. No       Candidate must be able
                                                                                                                          to obtain a DOD secret
                                                                                                                                                        the Peking Restaurant,
                                                                                                                                                        behind Domino’s Pizza
                                                                                                                                                                                                Charles County Fairgrounds
com. Price: $229,900.                                      ability if wanting to get     pets and no smoking. Call
                              your private viewing of                                    Jeanne at 301-994-1557.          clearance. Tech Wizards,      on Great Mills Rd. The                            (2 miles south of LaPlata on Rt 301)
                                                           either metrocast or Direct                                     Inc. is an employee ori-      street address is 21797 N.
                              this property. $529,900.     TV hookup. Will except        Leave a message for a re-                                                                                             DOOR PRIZES & 50/50 RAFFLE
Waterfront home for sale                                                                 turn call.                       ented company and of-         Coral Dr, Lexington Park,            Collection of 20+ pcs of Swarovski Crystal(NIB); Lalique Glassware;
in St. Mary’s County,                                      up to 2 dogs but ABSO-                                         fers an excellent benefits    MD, 20653.
                              A buyer’s dream - only 3     LUTELY NO CATS!                                                                                                                 Collection of Royal Doulton Toby mugs; Authentic framed Christmas card
Virginia. Conveniently                                                                                                    package. All interested                                           from Buckingham palace; Many more quality collectables. Many Good
located near Soloman’s        miles from NAS Patux-        Please contact Barbara at     1 bedroom, 1 bathroom,           candidates should submit
                              ent River in the sought      240-298-0642 after 5pm.       1000 sq ft apartment with                                      Need to replace long-              quality pcs of Furniture, Rugs Glassware, pottery, Lots of Jewelry 18k-10k
Island and Lexington                                                                                                      their resume to Person-       time employee due to              gold, Sterling, costume jewelery; coins & currency; TOOLS - Like new 22”
Park, this picturesque        after neighborhood of        Price: $1275.                 fireplace. New appli-  
                              Greenview West at the                                      ances. Ceramic kitchen                                         relocation. Established           5hp Snowblower; Air compressors; Generator; power tools; hand tools; Mini
house has recently been                                                                                                   (        full-service catering and                   kids motorbikes; Go-karts; Two motorbikes; Lots of tools!
renovated to include new      end of a quiet cul-de-       Beautiful single story        floors, new carpet. Over-
                              sac. 5 Bedrooms, 3 Full                                    looks harbor with steps to                                     meeting facility and off-
flooring, wiring, plumb-                                   home with a wonderful                                          New dermatology prac-         premise catering. Person                            For the Latest Info & Pics visit
ing, appliances, and win-     Baths, 2 car garage,         view of, and access to,       private beach. No smok-
                                                                                                                          tice in Waldorf, MD                                            or call 301-934-1844
dows. There is a deep wa-     open floor plan with ca-     the water!! MUST SEE          ing. $1200 per month in-                                       is responsible for hiring,
                              thedral ceilings, lots of                                  cludes all utilities, cable,     looking for an energetic,     scheduling and supervis-         Seating, Refreshments, Heated building, Major C/cards; Cash; Check
ter pier also included to                                  ! Located in St. Mary’s                                        compassionate,       level-
enjoy the beautiful creek     living space, gas fire-      Co. just off Route 4 near     and high speed inter-                                          ing waitstaff and bar-                   accepted. 10% buyers premium, all items sold ‘as is’
                              place, screened in porch,                                  net. Call 410.535.3768 if        headed team player for a      tenders for setup, service,
the house is positioned                                    the Solomon’s bridge.                                          receptionist position. Ex-

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Got Something
                              large deck, den area, and                                  interested.                                                    etc., working closely with
on. The home needs to                                      Small subdivision with                                         perience with the medi-       clients, coordinating staff
be seen to be appreci-        plenty of storage. All       no through traffic. Large
                              new wall to wall carpet                                                                     cal field, insurances and     and logistics for off-prem-
ated for its simplicity and                                lot. Newly added family       Basement       Apartment.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              For Sale?
                              and tile, freshly painted,                                                                  being attentive to people     ise catering and more. FT
elegance. The home can                                     room. No smokers please.      Utilities included / cable       will all be factored into     management          position
also be rented for $1450/     newly landscaped, move-      Will allow spayed, de-        / wood stove. $650 per
                              in condition. Call us at                                                                    the selection. Please         WITH BENEFITS. Flex-
M. Price: $580,000. If                                     clawed cat. Good credit       month.       If interested       email your resumes to         ible Schedule Necessary.
                              301-863-2975       (house)
interested, please call
804-224-1555.                 or 301-602-0220 (cell).
                              Price: $339,000.
                                                           only. Call Dave at 240-
                                                           538-5554. Price: $1295.
                                                                                         please call 410-326-7179,
                                                                                         ask for Joe.
                                                                                                                          Microsoft Word please.
                                                                                                                                                        E-mail resume to kirk@
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Get It In Writing.

  Commercial Space
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Whether they’re in the

                                                                                                    Pharmacist - Retail                                                                                                                   market for a new home,

                                                           for rent
                                                                                              Positions are available at 2 of our locations. Current MD Pharmacist                                                                                     condo or

        Up to 6,000 Square
                                                                                              License required. Full or part time schedules are possible. Competitive                                                                               co-op, people
                                                                                              salary and benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   still turn to the
                                                                                                                        McKay’s Fine Food & Pharmacy                                                                                               Classifieds first.

           Feet Available
                                                                                                                                 P.O. Box 98
                                                                                                                           Hollywood, MD 20636

                                                                                              Or Fax to Human Resources. 301-373-5338.
                              Attractive Rental Rates
      Next to                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The County
                                                                                              For further information, call 301-373-5848.
                                         Prime Location,                                                                         McKay’s is an Equal
     Great Mills                           off of Great Mills Rd.                                                               Opportunity Employer.                                                                                       Times
      McKay’s                      Call McKay’s Office Number:                                                                                                                                                                            Classifieds
       Store                              301-373-5848                                                                                                                                                                                   301-373-4125
	Section	B	-	10	                                                                                    The County Times	                        Thursday,	December	11,	2008

Continued from page B-

three-point threat.
     “He’s really matured
this season compared to last
year, when he was still figur-
ing things out,” Harney said.
“We’ve known that he’s a great
                                                                                            Photo By Chris Stevens
shooter, but the drives to the
hoop kind of put the league on         Alex Franz of St. Mary’s College keeps a close eye on Marymount’s Shaun
notice that he’s not just a catch
and shoot guy.”                        man forward Tarek Ammoury               points and pulled down eight
     SMC jumped out to a 25-           started to get hot, as he scored        rebounds, put the Seahawks
12 cushion early in the first          12 of his team-high 17 points           ahead to stay on a short jumper
half, but the Saints, led by the       in the second half, giving the          over Sentz at the 10:02 mark.
bruising frontcourt tandem of          Saints a 40-38 lead on a driv-          Then Griffin and Fitzpatrick
Mike Gray and Sam Sentz,               ing lay-up with six and a half          combined for 24 of SMC’s
closed the lead to just three          minutes gone by in the period.          final 26 points, which was
points at halftime. Then, fresh-            Alex Irmer, who scored 11          enough to continue the best
                                                                               start in team history.
                                                                                    Being the defending con-
                                                                               ference champions and a na-
                                                                               tionally ranked team early this
                                                                               season, the Seahawks know
                                                                               they have a bull’s eye painted
                                                                               on their backs. But, they are
                                                                               also aware that teamwork and
                                                                               confidence in each other are
                                                                               the keys if they plan to make
                                                                               it back to the NCAA Division
                                                                               III tournament this coming
                                                                                    ”Everybody knows their
                                                                               role,” Griffin said of the team’s
                                                                               execution of Harney’s game
                                                                               plan so far. “We just play to
                                                                               our strengths, and we know
                                                                               what we’ve got to do to win.”
                                                                                    “I don’t know if I’m ready
                                                                               to crown us as a DIII power,”
                                                                               Chris Harney said with a cau-
                                                                               tious grin.
                                                      Photo By Chris Stevens        “But we are making
The Seahawks’ Calvin Wise eyes the basket.                                     strides.”

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Continued from page B-

    The Seahawks were led by senior forward

                                                                                                                      Special Holiday
Allie Scott’s 15 points and 10 rebounds, while

                                                                                            Photo By Chris Stevens
                                                           The Seahawks’ Jamie Roberts is double-teamed by
                                                           Marymount’s Carolyn Riley (14) and Terrel White.
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                                                           just starting to get used to playing with one
                                                                “We play against teams with lesser expe-
                                                           rience and we didn’t execute very well,” she
                                                           explained. “We executed very well against the
                                                           Number 15 team in the country and I’m very
                                                           happy with that.”
                                                                In what could be a blessing for SMC, they
                                  Photo By Chris Stevens
                                                           will have ample time to improve several facets
Allie Scott of St. Mary’s College defends against a pass   of their game and get Saturday’s contest out
from the Saints’ Julie Tomesheski.
                                                           of their system – they won’t step on the court
sophomore point guard Jamie Roberts pitched                again until Jan. 5, when they host Misericordia
in a season-high 14 points and Murphy added                College in a non-conference game.
10.                                                             ”We can use it to our advantage to get ev-
     The Seahawks were only outscored 41-39                eryone some experience and fix everything
in the second half, a development that Bausch              that we need to work on,” Bausch said of the

sees as cause for optimism for a team that is              four-week layoff.

Pax River St. Mary’s                                                                                                          Bring In
Silver      Northern League
Stars       Seeks Players                                                                                                       So bring in
Looking          Do you love playing soccer? Want to play soccer at a more
            competitive level? If you’re a U-9 to U-19 player then North-                                                         yours!
for Players ern St. Mary’s Select Soccer Club has an opportunity for you
            - tryouts for Northern Lightning.
                                           New boys and girls’ teams are being formed and existing
    Pax River Silver Stars             teams are filling openings. Make plans to attend at least one
Girls Basketball will be gear-
ing up for the 2009 season in
                                       of the tryouts. NSSSC is the select/travel soccer arm of St.
                                       Mary’s Northern Soccer League.                                                        Advertise Your
                                           The tryout sessions take place Dec. 6 and 13 from 1 – 4
    All interested girls born
1992 and after please contact:
    Savannah      Webb      at
                                       p.m. at the Fifth District Park (behind Lettie Dent Elemen-
                                       tary). The rain date is Dec. 20.
                                                                                                                             Business In The
                                           For more information, contact Northern Lightning Select or 301-
737-1792 or 301-247-3152.              Soccer at 301-884-2010 or e-mail                              County Times!
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    Available at Two Locations: Leonardtown & Mechanicsville

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                              Call To Register: 301-472-1702                                                          (301) 373-4125

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