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Vol. 68, No. 50                                                     www.cherrypoint.marines.mil                                  December 16, 2010                                                       See A5


Cherry Point to house 8 F-35B squadrons
                                                                                                                                                                  JOINT PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE
                                                                                                                                                                  MCAS CHERRY POINT


                                                                                                                                                                     The Department of the Navy ap-
                                                                                                                                                                  proved, signed and finalized its deci-
                                                                                                                                                                  sion for basing of the Marine F-35B
                                                                                                                                                                  Dec. 9.
                                                                                                                                                                     On the East Coast, the decision will
                                                                                                                                                                  put eight operational squadrons of the
                                                                                                                                                                  F-35B at Marine Corps Air Station
                                                                                                                                                                  Cherry Point, N.C., and three opera-
                                                                                                                                                                  tional squadrons and a pilot training
                                                                                                                                                                  center at MCAS Beaufort, S.C. That
                                                                                                                                                                  would equate to up to 128 of the new
                                                                                                                                                                  aircraft at MCAS Cherry Point and up
                                                                                                                                                                  to 88 new aircraft at MCAS Beaufort.
                                                                                                                                                                     “This is great news for MCAS
                                                                                                                                                                  Cherry Point and Eastern North Caro-
                                                                                                                                                                  lina,” said Col. Philip Zimmerman,
                                                                                                                                                                  Cherry Point’s commanding officer.
                                                                                                                                                                  “We know that Eastern North Caro-
                                                                                                                                                                  lina is a great place to train our Marine
                                                                                                                                                                  aviators thanks to its unique and state
                                                                                                                                                                  of the art training facilities and ranges,
                                                                                                                                                                  and thanks to the fantastic support we
                                                                                                                                                                  receive from the our neighbors in the
                                                                                                                                                                  local communities.”
                                                                                                                                                                     The current schedule would begin
                                                                                                                                                                  replacing F/A-18 aircraft at MCAS
                                                                                                                              PHOTO COURTESY OF LOCKHEED MARTIN
                                                                                                                                                                  Beaufort as early as 2014 and would
The Department of the Navy announced Dec. 9 that Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point will serve as the home of eight squadrons
                                                                                                                                                                  begin replacing Cherry Point’s AV-8B
of the new F-35B Lightning II. The F-35B stands to replace the F/A-18, AV-8B Harrier and EA-6B Prowler aircraft in the Marine
Corps arsenal.                                                                                                                                                    Harriers as early as 2019.


Top chaplain
visits air station




                                       LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
Rear Adm. Margaret G. Kibben, the chaplain of the
Marine Corps; Brig. Gen. Glenn M. Walters, left; and
Navy Capt. Rondall Brown, right, discuss the role of
the Navy Chaplain Corps in the upcoming deployment
                                                                                                                                                                                        LANCE CPL. BRIAN ADAM JONES
of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward) at the 2nd MAW
                                                                         Abby Gore tempts Santa Claus during a rendition of “Santa Baby” at the 2010 Christmas concert
(Fwd.) headquarters Dec. 8. Walters is the commanding
                                                                         presented by the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band at the station theater Friday. Gore leant her voice to
general of 2nd MAW (Fwd.), and Brown is the chaplain
                                                                         the band’s spirited, exciting performance that evoked feelings of the Christmas season for young and
for 2nd MAW (Fwd.).
                                                                         old featuring timeless Christmas songs such as “Santa Baby” by Joan Javits, “My Favorite Things” by
LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI                                           Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II, and “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin.
MCAS CHERRY POINT

   The chaplain of the Marine Corps, Rear Adm. Margaret
G. Kibben, visited Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point to
                                                                         Local community packs theater for
speak with Marine leaders and local members of the Navy
Chaplain Corps Dec. 8.
   Kibben and Capt. Rondall Brown, chaplain of the 2nd
                                                                         2nd MAW Band Christmas concert
Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward), discussed how the Navy                   LANCE CPL. BRIAN ADAM JONES                                     such as “Santa Baby” by Joan Javits, “My Favorite
                                                                         MCAS CHERRY POINT
Chaplain Corps will support 2nd MAW (Fwd.) and its up-                                                                                   Things” by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein
coming deployment to Afghanistan.                                          More than 1,600 members of the Marine Corps Air               II, and “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin.
   The religious program for 2nd MAW (Fwd.) will be                      Station Cherry Point community filled the station the-              If the audience had been dreaming of a white
headed by Brown, who has served as a chaplain in Somalia,                ater Friday for the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band’s             Christmas, they were rewarded in the show’s finale
Desert Storm, Iraq and with police and fire departments re-               2010 Christmas concert.                                         when “snow” began falling from the ceiling.
sponding to the attacks on Sept. 11.                                       Led by Chief Warrant Officer 3 Robert Szabo, the                  Gunnery Sgt. Victor D. Miranda, the drum major
   “I’m excited about going,” Brown said. “I look forward                more than 50 Marines in the band put their talent and           for the band, said that while the 2nd MAW Band
to the ministry there. That’s where I need to be. When chap-             enthusiasm on display for a crowd that seemed to rel-           spends much of the year preparing for and traveling
lains go to the Marines, we look forward to deployment.”                 ish the chance to see them perform.                             to performances around the world, it was gratifying to
   Brig. Gen. Glenn M. Walters, the commanding general of                  The band put on a spirited, exciting performance              get the chance to perform for the local area.
2nd MAW (Fwd.), said often times in deployments Marines                  that evoked feelings of the Christmas season for the
                                                                         young and old; featuring timeless Christmas songs                                                            See BAND page A9
                                      See VISIT page A9


MCCS recognizes Cherry                                                                                    North Carolina governor visits
Point’s warrior athletes                                                                                  Cherry Point, serves as guest speaker




                                                                             LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
Staff Sgt. Stephanie S. Toomey, second from left, and Lt. Col. Rod Brewster,                                                                                                                     CPL. DANIEL A. NEGRETE
second from right, receive the Marine Corps Community Services Cherry Point                               Gov. Beverly Perdue, of North Carolina, walks alongside Col. Philip J. Zimmerman,
female and male athlete of the year award at the station headquarters building                            the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, upon exiting
Dec. 6. Col. Philip J. Zimmerman, left, the station commanding officer, and Sgt.                           her aircraft at the flightline Tuesday. Perdue flew in from Raleigh, N.C., to serve
Maj. Jerry L. Bailey, right, the station sergeant major, presented the awards.                            as the guest speaker for a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the newly erected Fleet
Toomey is a field radio operator supervisor with Marine Air Support Squadron 1,                            Readiness Center-East Engineering Product Support Facility.
and Brewster is the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing comptroller.
A2 December 16, 2010                                                               The Windsock



New Bern community leaders
recognize Cherry Point family




                                                                                                                                                                                               CPL. DANIEL A. NEGRETE
Staff Sgt. Glenn A. Staley serves salad to his sons, Hunter, Parker and Carter, at a luncheon banquet held in his honor and sponsored by the New Bern Chamber of
Commerce and the New Bern Military Alliance at the New Bern Golf and Country Club in New Bern, N.C., Dec. 9. Staley, an ordnance instructor with the Center for Naval
Aviation Technical Training here, and his family were the Military Family of the Quarter for the first quarter of this fiscal year. Staley was recognized for his personal
achievements at CNATT, his involvement with the New Bern community through Liberty Christian Church and for leading a local Boy Scouts of America pack.



From the Chaplain: “Happy Holidays”
CMDR. CARL P. KOCH                            still shop at this time of year.
                                                                                           $1,000 donation for
MCAS CHERRY POINT COMMAND CHAPLAIN

   There’s great debate going on about
wishing people “Happy Holidays” or
“Merry Christmas” Okay, maybe it’s not
                                                 What’s the big deal? Aren’t there a
                                              number of holidays being celebrated by
                                              people of different faiths this season?
                                              Isn’t Christmas just one of them? Can’t
                                                                                           holiday outreach
as great a debate as is going on in the po-   someone, in a generous attempt to in-
litical world, but it is making the news.     clude people of all faiths, wish a strang-
   This morning I saw some pastor from        er, “Happy Holidays?”
Dallas talking about businesses that have        Sure, I don’t celebrate Chanukah. I
their phones answered by people who           don’t celebrate Kwanza. I’ve not yet cel-
say, “Merry Christmas.” and those who         ebrated a Muslim holiday. I don’t fore-
wish people, “Happy Holidays.” It’s           see celebrating anything but Christian
the “naughty and nice list.” Some peo-        holidays, but this doesn’t mean I don’t
ple won’t shop at stores that only wish       want folks of other faiths to enjoy their
people “Happy Holidays.” They claim           celebrations.
that these businesses are taking Christ          And, what makes Christmas a Chris-
out of Christmas or that they are denying     tian holiday? Sure, it’s when Christians
Christmas in some way.                        celebrate the birth of Jesus. But, is this
   The reality is there are other holidays,   when Jesus was born? Most biblical
like Chanukah, that take place during the     scholars, while they may disagree on the
“Christmas season.” And, it may come as       date of Jesus’ birth, agree that it wasn’t
a surprise to some people that a number       Dec. 25. There are numerous histori-
of Jewish people actually still shop dur-     cal references to Christmas as the early
ing the Christmas season. Maybe it’s the      Church’s attempt to usurp the pagan                                                                                                             CPL. DANIEL A. NEGRETE

Chanukah season! But I haven’t heard          celebrations of Saturnalia. This, and        From left to right, Sonny M. Roberts, co-chairman of the New Bern Military Alliance,
                                                                                           presents a $1,000 check from the alliance made out to the air station’s holiday
an uproar from any Jewish groups about        not biblical facts, have made Dec. 25 a
                                                                                           outreach program to Cmdr. Carl P. Koch and Col. Philip J. Zimmerman. Koch is the
people saying either, “Merry Christmas,”      “Christian” holiday.                         command chaplain, and Zimmerman is the commanding officer of Marine Corps Air
or “Happy Holidays,” instead of “Happy           Some people get all wrapped around        Station Cherry Point. The Station Chapel sponsors the program for all personnel
Chanukah.” By the way, late-breaking                                                       E-4 and below who are single or married parents in need at MCAS Cherry Point to
news is that there are Muslims who also                   See HOLIDAYS page A9             receive a gift card from the commissary for the holiday season.


LANCE CPL. HERIBERTO COLON-LOPEZ
Job Title: CH-53 Helicopter mechanic
Unit: Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 366
Hometown: Orocovis, Puerto Rico
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My favorite part is to know there are not many
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people who can say they work on helicopters                                                                                  or endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department of
for a living.                                                                                                                Defense, United States Marine Corps, Marine Corps Air
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What’s the most challenging part?                                                                                            Point, N.C. The appearance of advertising in this publica-
It can be tough to keep up with the constantly                                                                               tion, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute
changing flight schedules.                                                                                                   endorsement by the Department of Defense, the U.S. Ma-
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How does your job support the                                                                                                shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage
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We’re taking care of the aircraft in regards to                                                                              age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation
everything on the ground, so pilots can carry                                                                                or any other nonmerit factor of the purchaser, user or pa-
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How does your job differ from                                                                                                contract with Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C.
garrison to the field?                                                                                                       The editorial content of this publication is the responsibility
In the field, the environment can be much                                                                                    of the PAO.
more stressful and the flight schedule can be
even more hectic.                                                                                                                                               COMMANDING OFFICER
                                                                                                                                                                MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                                                                                                                                               COL. PHILIP J. ZIMMERMAN

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Perry, others salute troops




                                                                                                                                               LANCE CPL. JAMEAN R. BERRY
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                                                                                                                                    Cpl. Justin Hayes aims in on a target
                                                                                                                                    during sniper training while supported
                                                                                                                                    by Japanese Sgt. 1st Class Yogi Kawano
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                                                                                                                                    Platoon, Weapons Company, Battalion
                                                                                                                                    Landing Team 1st Battalion, 7th Marine
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                                                                                                                                                                            LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
Lt. Col. Samuel P. Mowery, right, presents Lance Cpl. Jose A. Santiago the first-place trophy for Cherry Point’s first chef of the quarter competition of the fiscal year at the
Cherry Point Mess Hall Dec. 9. “The food was excellent, and both competitors did a great job,” said Mowery, the commanding officer of Headquarters and Headquarters
Squadron here. Santiago is a food service specialist with Marine Wing Support Squadron 274.



Cherry Point names new chef of the quarter
LANCE CPL TYLER J. BOLKEN                             The second place dish had a Haitian twist,
MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                                   consisting of chicken, vegetable stir fry, dump-
   Marine food service specialists competed in     lings and devil’s food cake, which was all pre-
a chef of the quarter competition at the Cherry    pared by Lance Cpl. Rashaad S. Riboul.
Point Mess Hall Dec. 9.                                “The more chocolate the better,” said Ri-
   The two competitors, both with Marine           boul. “Everybody loves chocolate.”
Wing Support Squadron 274, referred to the            With the contestants preparing a variety of
competition as the battle of the islands, since    foods, Curtis and the Marines stressed the im-
their dishes were inspired by their Puerto Ri-     portance of time management.
can and Haitian heritages.                            “Time management, time management,
   “We’re Caribbean brothers,” joked Lance         time management,” said Riboul. “That’s re-
Cpl. Jose A. Santiago, who won the compe-          ally what this job is all about.”
tition with a Puerto Rican-themed dish, con-          Curtis did her best to make sure they didn’t
sisting of seasoned pork chops, calico corn,       stress-out too much. She helped them with
steamed rice and apple crisp for dessert. To       ordering their food, preparing their uniforms
wash it down, Santiago served non-alcoholic        and getting all the proper table settings they
Pina Coladas, which the judges indulged in.        needed.
   “It was a good addition to the presenta-           “It’s about the Marines getting an opportu-
tion,” said Cpl. Josh R. Tate, who was one of      nity to show what they can do and be rewarded
the three judges. Tate, an administrative clerk    for it,” Curtis explained. “It’s also a great way
at the station adjutant’s office added, “Both       for the Marines to build their confidence.”
dishes were full of flavor, and I’d eat them           Both Marines said they took satisfaction in
again.”                                            seeing the guests and judges enjoy the food
   The competitors were judged on their prep-      they prepared.
aration, presentation and overall taste of their      Lt. Col. Samuel P. Mowery, the command-
food, explained Cpl. Deshonda N. Curtis, the       ing officer of Headquarters and Headquarters
assistant training noncommissioned officer of       Squadron, and guest of honor, presented the
the mess hall.                                     Marines with their respective trophies.
   Santiago said he felt relaxed during the           “The food was excellent and both competi-
competition because of his training and the        tors did a great job,” added Mowery.
fact that he learned to cook at a young age.



                                                                                                                                                                            LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
                                                                                                              Lance Cpl. Rashaad S. Riboul puts the final touches on the dish he’s prepared
                                                                                                              for Cherry Point’s first chef of the quarter competition of the fiscal year at the
                                                                                                              Cherry Point Mess Hall Dec. 9. Riboul is a food service specialist with Marine
                                                                                                              Wing Support Squadron 274.




                                                                                 LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
Lance Cpl. Rashaad S. Riboul, front, places a cherry on top of his devil’s food cake for                                                                                    LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
Cherry Point’s first chef of the quarter competition of the fiscal year at the Cherry Point Mess                Lance Cpl. Jose A. Santiago plates steamed rice for the chef of the quarter
Hall Dec. 9. Lance Cpl. Jose A. Santiago, background, was the victor in the competition.                      competition at the Cherry Point Mess all Dec. 9. Santiago placed first in the
Both Marines are food service specialists with Marine Wing Support Squadron 274.                              competition with a Puerto Rican-themed dish.
A6 December 16, 2010                                                                The Windsock



Flag flies for unforgotten
LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
MCAS CHERRY POINT


   Dec. 11, 2009, my grandfather, Carl H. Bolken, passed
away after many years of battling Alzheimer’s disease.
   Six days later I stood at his funeral in my dress blues,
just four months after becoming a Marine.
   My grandfather was paid tribute with military honors
during his funeral because of his two years served in the
Army.
   Among family and friends, I saluted my fallen grandfa-
ther, humbled to share the bond of military service with
him, especially as I observed color guardsmen fold his
commemorative flag.
   I was handed the flag afterward, and I held it dearly like
the first time I held my son. I felt a sense of unworthiness
because of what my grandfather meant to our entire fam-
ily. My dad, my grandfather’s son, assured me that my
grandfather would want me to bear the flag in his honor.
   “That is your flag,” my dad said, while he grasped my
shoulder with watering eyes.
   To uphold the trust my family put in my hands, this
Dec. 11, a year to the day after my grandfather passed
away, I raised the flag in his honor at Marine Corps Air
Station Cherry Point, N.C., where I am now stationed.                                                       CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

   My grandfather’s flag flew on a working man’s day             Carl H. Bolken served in the Army in the early 1950s.
with rainy, overcast skies, which was fitting for the flag       Bolken inspired his grandson, Lance Cpl. Tyler J.
                                                               Bolken, to serve his country in the Marine Corps.
honoring a man whose rugged, blue-collar work ethic
wouldn’t let a little rain stop him from getting the job       would sleep whenever we visited. Neither of us quite un-
done.                                                          derstood what the photo stood for.
   My dad tells me my grandfather had an iron fist at one         As I grew older, I started to tie my grandfather’s photo
time and didn’t think twice to reprimand. The thought          with the man I grew to admire and wondered if his time in
of that makes me grin and wonder what he would have            the service had shaped him into the man I knew.
thought of me joining the military.                              I believe it did and that’s why I joined – to do some-
   We never got a chance to discuss the matter, but I wish     thing with my life that mimicked his, to become a man of
he could have known my decision to enter the service had       honor and character like he was.
a lot to do with him.                                             I joined the Marine Corps in April 2009, and I regret
   There wasn’t exactly a defining moment that inspired         not being able to share my experience with my grandfa-
my decision to serve, but what always stands out is recall-    ther. Nonetheless, I am grateful that serving in the Corps
ing how growing up I’d frequently gaze at grandfather’s        permitted me the privilege to fly the flag in his honor.                                                LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
old service photo, similar to those taken nowadays during        His flag flew above the air station until nightfall and          Lance Cpl. Tyler J. Bolken flew the flag given to him
basic training.                                                came down to the music of evening colors, while I held a         by his father at the funeral for his grandfather, Carl H.
   The photo hung in his den where my brother and I            salute to honor the man I aspire to be.                          Bolken, Saturday, on the first anniversary of his death.
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‘Workhorse of the Wing’ repairs
national park roadways
LANCE CPL. CORY D. POLOM                     to work all-day shifts and posted Ma-
MCAS CHERRY POINT                            rines overnight to watch the equipment.
  Marine Wing Support Squadron 271              “All the Marines who are working on
Marines partnered with members of the        this project work hard and have done
Croatan District Office Dec. 6-10 to          this before on multiple deployments,”
help repair the damaged roads, which         said Mahar. “All the Marines realize this
are used by forest rangers, outdoor en-      is not training. It is a real-life operation
thusiasts and the general public alike.      that will benefit our local community.”
  Over the past year, dirt roads within         After five days of labor-intensive
the Croatan National Forest were in          work, the Marines of Engineer Compa-
need of a touch up due to overgrowth         ny improved traffic-ability in more than
and washouts caused by harsh weather.        three miles of dirt roads by regrading the
  “It is a good feeling being able to work   roads, eliminating overgrowth and fa-
on a project like this with Marines,” said   cilitating proper drainage to protect the
Lee Thornhill, the district ranger with      roads from future erosion.
the Croatan District Office. “Marines do         Thornhill further expressed his appre-
a lot for this country and for the local     ciation for the job the Marines did in the
community. For them to take time out         forest.
of their week to come fix up damaged             “This is the third time the Marines
roads inside the Croatan National Forest     helped with the road construction in the
means a lot and benefits everyone.”           forest,” said Thornhill. “The Marines
  Over the span of five days, Marines         know the importance of maintaining
of MWSS-271’s Engineer Company               public access, and it is greatly appreci-
deployed a bulldozer, grader, multiter-      ated by everyone.”
rain loaders, backhoes and other heavy          Though Thornhill was grateful, Ma-
equipment to the Croatan National For-       har made it clear the benefit went both
est to complete repairs on the damaged       ways.
roads.                                          “The end result of this project not
  “The first thing we had to do was           only benefits the local community, but
find the roads,” said Sgt. Arron J. Ma-       it also benefits us,” said Mahar. “It pro-
har, a heavy-equipment operator with         vided Engineer Company Marines with
                                                                                                                                                      COURTESY OF DREW WILSON – HAVELOCK NEWS
the company. “When we came out here          aa project that allowed them to sharpen        Sgt. Aaron J. Mahar walks alongside a grader from Marine Wing Support Squadron
on Monday, one of the many roads we          their skills in road-grading operations        271 as it works to repair the roads in the Croatan National Forest Dec. 7. MWSS-271
are working on was almost completely         and other mission essential tasks that         Marines partnered with members of the Croatan District Office Dec. 6-10 to help repair
grown over.”                                 they may be called upon to perform in          the damaged roads, which are used by forest rangers, outdoor enthusiasts and the
  MWSS-271 rotated eight-man teams           the future.”                                   general public alike.




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BAND from page A1                                                                                VISIT from page A1
  “This is like a home game in football,” Miranda said. “We really enjoy putting this            put the mission before their own personal welfare, and the Navy Chaplain Corps helps
on for the community and the air station.”                                                       look out for Marines’ quality of life.
  In singing the praises of the band, 2nd MAW’s leadership was as loud and concerted                “An effective religious program serves those qualitative aspects, is a force multi-
as the band’s performance.                                                                       plier, and increases overall individual and family readiness,” said Walters.
  “In the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, we strive for excellence,” said Maj. Gen. Jon M.                Deployments can put unique stressors on Marines, Sailors and their families. Chap-
Davis, commanding general for 2nd MAW. “The 2nd MAW Band is an embodiment                        lains are there in garrison and in the field to offer counseling to help relieve some of
of that excellence. This is the best band in the world.”                                         the increases in stress.
  In Christmas tradition, members of the Marine Corps reserve were on hand with                     “Because Marines are facing so many challenging things these days, it’s very easy for
Toys for Tots donation boxes that quickly overflowed with hundreds of toys for needy              a Marine to find him or herself asking some very critical questions that they would not
families.                                                                                        be able to ask anybody else,” said Kibben. “The chaplains that work here understand
  For the third year in a row, Lance Cpl. Arthur B. Romans donned his Dress Blues and            that religious ministry is important to the welfare of Marines wherever they are.”
accepted donations from concertgoers.                                                               While visiting the 2nd MAW chaplain’s office, Kibben received a phone call from
  “Being a reservist, I like being a part of the community,” said Romans, who grew               Lt. Cmdr. Emory Lussi, a chaplain currently forward deployed with Marine Tactical
up just outside the gates, in Havelock, N.C. “It feels good to see the smiles on people’s        Electronic Warfare Squadron 3 to Afghanistan. They discussed the unique problems
faces when they give.”                                                                           Marines face while serving in a combat zone.
  Often throughout the performance, band members seemed to struggle to suppress                     Kibben’s visit to the station concluded with a meeting at Miller’s Landing with chap-
their own smiles, clearly pleased with the result of hundreds of hours of hard work and          lains and religious program specialists from Cherry Point, II Marine Expeditionary
preparation.                                                                                     Force and Marine Corps Installations East. She discussed how being a chaplain is a
  “This concert presented an opportunity to see families, Marines, Sailors and friends           heavy responsibility and how the chaplains can make themselves more available and
come together in a happy and festive environment,” said Cpl. Albert J. Charles, a per-           appealing to Marines.
cussionist with the band. “This was my third Christmas concert, but this one was the                “It’s always great to have the chaplain of the Marine Corps meeting with the com-
best. We put in a lot more hours.”                                                               manding generals, major subordinate commands and meeting with the religious min-
  Charles’ wife, Selina, was featured as a vocalist in several songs, including “The             istry teams assigned to the Marine Corps,” said Brown. “When you get the deputy
Best Gift” by Barbara Streisand.                                                                 chief of chaplains coming down and providing encouragement and inspiration to them,
  “That was the cherry on top,” Charles said of being able to share the experience with          showing concern and involvement in all their activities, it’s a great morale booster.”
his wife. “Everyone loves her voice.”
  Vocalist Abby Gore also leant her voice to the concert for songs like “Amazing
Grace” and “Santa Baby.”                                                                         HOLIDAY from page A2
  “She came in and rocked the house,” said Staff Sgt. Santwan C. Odom, a musician
with the band. “She brought a different flavor that helped make this Christmas concert            the axle or bent out of shape when store clerks, passersby or others wish them, “Happy
our best ever.”                                                                                  Holidays.” What entertains me is that some of those who are so grossly offended fail
  The collaboration between the band and the vocal contributors resulted in a show               miserably in acting “Christian” in their anger and frustration.
that left the audience in awe.                                                                     When I’m wished “Happy Holidays,” I’m grateful that someone greeted me so
                                                                          Cpl. William Ivery     kindly. And their “Happy Holidays” doesn’t subtract one bit from my celebration of
                                                                          III, a musician with   Christmas. Nor does someone’s insistence on “Merry Christmas” add one bit to my
                                                                          the 2nd Marine         celebration.
                                                                          Aircraft Wing Band,      If you don’t celebrate Christmas but do celebrate another holiday, I hope it’s a happy
                                                                          plays the mallets as
                                                                                                 one for you. So, “Happy Holidays!” If you do celebrate Christmas, “Merry Christmas.”
                                                                          part of an ensemble
                                                                          at the outset of the
                                                                                                 But if I slip and wish you “Happy Holidays,” please exercise the forgiveness that is
                                                                          2010      Christmas    paramount to your faith!
                                                                          concert Friday at        By the way, here are some of the opportunities we have at Memorial Chapel for those
                                                                          the station theater.   of you who are Catholic and Protestant and do celebrate Christmas:
                                                                          Members of the         Dec. 24 at 6 p.m.: Protestant candlelight service
                                                                          community flocked       Dec. 25 at 9 a.m.: Christmas Day Mass
                                                                          to the theater for     Dec. 26 at 10 a.m.: Combined Protestant worship service
                                                                          the show, which          If you are at any of these services, rest assured, we will wish you “Merry Christ-
                                                                          was free and open
                                                                                                 mas.”
                                                                          to the public.
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of Company C, Battalion Landing Team 1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, trained as part of exercise Forest Light, an annual exercise
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                                                                                                                                                               Scott to drive No. 11 for JGR
                                                                                                                                                                  Joe Gibbs Racing, which produced some of
                                                                                                                                                               the fastest cars in the Nationwide Series in
                                                                                                                                                               2010, will add another Toyota to its fleet next
                                                                                                                                                               year. Brian Scott will drive the No. 11 Camry
                                                                                                                                                               with Kevin Kidd serving as crew chief, the
                                                                                                                                                               team announced last week.
                                                                                                                                                                  Adam Stevens, who had previously served
                                                                                                                                                               as the engineer
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                                                                                                                                                               Sprint Cup entry
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                                                                                                                                                               think the end        Brian Scott (NASCAR photo)
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                                                                                                                                                               like Adam Stevens, who has done such a good
                                                                                                                                                               job for us over on the Cup side.”
                                                                                                                                                                  Logano is expected to run the majority of
                                                                                                                                                               the Nationwide Series races in the No. 20

Atlanta Speedway president spotlights the season’s highs                                                                                                       Camry once again in 2011 representing
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                                                                                                                “It was a long-shot opportunity and they          Jason Ratcliff will return as crew chief on
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                                                                                                              But it still wouldn’t have worked without        seeks to repeat as owners champion. Kyle
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  the 2010 Sprint Cup season.                                                                                 everyone else acting like lunatics. But it       2010 and will return for a majority of the
                                                                                                              made for a good finish.”                         races in 2011.
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Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 7.                                                                               Marcos Ambrose stalls during caution laps
                                                                                                                                                               But can you wear a ‘Snuggie’?
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                                                                                                                                                                  It appears that NASCAR is about to relax
that all NASCAR Sprint Cup events                                                                             save fuel with eight laps remaining, losing
                                                                                                                                                               the dress code in the garage area at major
should have – great racing, shocking                                                                          the lead position after dominating the
                                                                                                                                                               tracks. In a message posted on Twitter.com,
moments and, literally, fighting among                                                                        majority of the race.
                                                                                                                                                               spokesman Ramsey Poston indicated that the
drivers.”                                                                                                       “He gave up absolutely the best chance
                                                                                                                                                               new rules will allow shorts, short sleeve and
                                                                                                              he has ever had to win a NASCAR Sprint
                                                                                                                                                               sleeveless shirts and open-toed shoes during
  “Have at it, boys” Moment of 2010:                                                                          Cup Series race.”
                                                                                                                                                               times when the pits are cold.
Carl Edwards wrecks Brad Keselowski at
Atlanta Motor Speedway in the Kobalt                                                                            Most Shocking Moment of 2010:
Tools 500 on March 7.                                                                                         Jimmie Johnson and Jeff Gordon swap pit          Date set for 2nd HOF induction
  As noted by many pundits, the move-                                                                         crews mid-race during the AAA Texas 500
ment of Edwards’ white gloves on the                                                                          in November.                                        The date’s been set for the second
steering wheel appear to show the driver                                                                        “On one hand it was shocking, and you          Induction Ceremony at the NASCAR Hall of
intentionally turning into Keselowski,                                                                        would be hard-pressed to list other more-        Fame in Charlotte, N.C. The event, scheduled
causing the wreck.                                                                                            shocking moments, but at the same time I         for Monday, May 23, 2011, is open to the pub-
  “This was the best moment from the               Jamie McMurray’s string of big wins was NASCAR’s           wasn’t that surprised. Chad Knaus would          lic and will be held at the Charlotte
year that showed that kind of attitude.            “Feel Good Story of 2010.” (NASCAR photo)                  sell his firstborn child to win a race.”         Convention Center’s Crown Ballroom, which
Period. And by occurring so early in the                                                                                                                       is connected to the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
year, it was a test moment for NASCAR’s                                                                         Most Exciting Driver of 2010: Kyle             Fans can visit NASCARHall.com for more
‘Have at it, Boys’ policy. It was just sheer          Best Quote of 2010: Joey Logano on                      Busch.                                           information.
craziness and the absolute epitome of               Kevin Harvick.                                              “Wherever Kyle [Busch] goes, things               On that date, David Pearson, Bobby
‘Have at it, boys.’”                                  Said Logano: “He let me go in the mid-                  happen.”                                         Allison, Ned Jarrett, Bud Moore and the late
                                                    dle of the straightaway and decided to                                                                     Lee Petty will be inducted into the Hall.
  Feel Good Story of 2010: Jamie                    dump me in the next turn. I don’t know                      Best Crash of 2010: Kasey Kahne spins
McMurray’s success in some of the biggest           what his deal is with me. It’s probably not               across the track and nearly goes over the
races of 2010, despite nearly being out of a        his fault. His wife wears the firesuit in                 fence at Pocono in June.
ride entering the year.                             the family and tells him what to do. It’s                   “Kasey’s wreck at Pocono was one of
  “[Jamie] didn’t even know if he had a             probably not his fault … He’s apparently                  those truly tremendous wrecks that near-
ride, and it came down to him and one               stupid.”                                                  ly wadded up the entire field. After spin-
other person, and he was chosen. Then to              Said Clark: “This was one of the funnier                ning across the track and nearly flipping
come back and have that success – he                comments I’ve heard in a while, and I love                over the wall, Kasey seemed to collect
admitted after Charlotte what a shock it            Joey and have known him for a long time,                  everyone left in the field behind him,
was. I think he was thrilled to have a job,         but it probably made the comment a bit                    including Gordon, [Greg] Biffle and Mark
much less to win those races.”                      funnier and stand out more when it’s com-                 Martin, among a bunch of others.”
                                                    ing from a typically mild-mannered young
   Most Entertaining Rivalry: Kyle                  man. But this incident, and Joey’s run-ins                  Best NASCAR Decision of 2010: The
Busch vs. Jeff Burton, Denny Hamlin,                with [Ryan] Newman and [Juan Pablo]                       return of the spoiler.
Kevin Harvick, Brad Keselowski and seem-            Montoya, shows us that Joey is willing to                   “It’s hard to say how much the return of
ingly anyone else.                                  stand up for himself against NASCAR’s                     the spoiler really impacted the racing, but
   “Kyle Busch picked a fight with seemingly        more established stars.”                                  this was the most competitive and excit-
everyone in 2010. From a true rival, to a                                                                     ing year of competition NASCAR has had
teammate, all the way up to NASCAR, it’s              Best Finish of 2010: Denny Hamlin’s                     in years. They finally listened to the fans’     NASCAR Hall of Famers Richard Petty and Junior
almost hard to remember everyone Kyle had           nine-position surge to win at Martinsville                desires, and this ended up being the best        Johnson during NASCAR Hall of Fame Voting Day last
issues with during 2010.”                           in March with just seven laps remaining.                  season in years.”                                October in Charlotte, N.C. (NASCAR photo)



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                                          with structural design changes to
                                          the chassis, personnel changes,
                                          and just trying to be as competi-
                                                                                        hurt us in the second half of last
                                                                                        year.”
                                                                                          He said he wants better results
                                                                                                                                  Keselowski next year.
                                                                                                                                     “With new brands coming
                                                                                                                                  aboard and such a new outlook for
                                                                                                                                                                            SPEAKING
Sprint Cup titles is that if his          tive and as sharp as we can be                this year for several reasons,            next year, driving the No. 22 car,


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challengers are going to beat him,        through this off-season to make               including the fact that he’ll have        we’ve got to hit the track running
they’re going to have to pick up          sure that we start off next year              a new car number and new spon-            strong and get that exposure for                   Career victories in Chase
the pace, on and off the track,           right where we were last year,” he            sors including Shell-Pennzoil and         all of our new great sponsors,”                    races by Jimmie Johnson,
once the Chase begins.                    said. “[S}ometimes, when things               the Auto Club of Southern                 Busch said.
  Most Chase drivers often have           are going well, [you think] that              California.                                  He isn’t waiting long to get to        the most of any driver
said during their media appear-           you’ve got to sit there, when you               The familiar No. 2 Dodge with           work. He’s among the 18 drivers


                                                                                                                                                                            3
ances that they were taking the           should be continuing to make                  the Miller Lite colors that Busch         who will participate this week in                 Champions of NASCAR’s
same approach to Chase races              changes and not getting stagnant.             has been driving will be taken            a Goodyear tire test on the newly
that they took in the first 26 regu-      So maybe that’s one thing that                over by his teammate Brad                 repaved Daytona International                     Sprint Cup Series who have
lar-season contests. But as Kurt                                                                                                  Speedway.                                 overcome a points deficit in the sea-
Busch pointed out during a tele-                                                                                                     “I know for us at Penske Racing
conference last week, maintaining                                                                                                 with the 2 and the 22, we need to         son finale to win a title since 1975
the same course, even one that led                                                                                                be there on track, gathering data,        (Jimmie Johnson in 2010, Richard
to race wins in the regular sea-                                                                                                  understanding as much as we can
son, isn’t enough to beat Johnson                                                                                                 about the new surface at Daytona,”        Petty in 1979, Alan Kulwicki in 1992)
and his No. 48 Chevrolet team in                                                                                                  he said. “We know that it’s the


                                                                                                                                                                           13,393,186
the 10-race Chase.                                                                                                                most prestigious race for us all
  “Well, we had a strong start to                                                                                                 year long, and if we can come out
our season with wins at Atlanta                                                                                                   of the gates strong, we need to
and the sweep of the Charlotte                                                                                                    have as many test sessions at
race weekends,” Busch said. “And                                                                                                  tracks as we can get, and that            Dollars won by Jimmie Johnson in
the second half of the year, the                                                                                                  means tracks that we race on.             2010, from race winnings, champi-
way we looked at our first half                                                                                                      “Of course we’re going to have
after the evaluation, we thought                                                                                                  to head to some other short tracks        onship pay and other bonuses
we needed everything the same,                                                                                                    to get some more information. We


                                                                                                                                                                            4
and that wasn’t the case.”                                                                                                        have to continue to push hard,
  He said his Penske Racing team                                                                                                  and I don’t think it costs all that              Sprint Cup poles won in
already has started to work on an                                                                                                 much out of our budgets to head                  2010 by Kasey Kahne and
improvement program.                                                                                                              down to Daytona and shake some
  “We’ve got quite a few things                                                                                                   cars down getting ready for the           Jamie McMurray, top among drivers
happening here in the off-season         Kurt Busch in the No. 2 Dodge at Charlotte Motor Speedway last October. (NASCAR photo)   Daytona 500.”
Section B                                                                                                                                                                December 16, 2010


Cherry Point hosts successful Christmas toy drive
LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI                bring more awareness to the program and
MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                              its mission.
   Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point         “Bowling was a fun time, and there
hosted the Toys for Tots Nine Pin No Tap      were a lot of people there,” said Lance
Bowling tournament Friday to collect          Cpl. Kalab Stowers, an intelligence
toys for underprivileged children during      analyst with Marine Tactical Electronic
the holiday season.                           Warfare Squadron 4. “They were having
   The Marine Corps Reserve Toys for          a good time for a good cause.”
Tots Program is run by Marines from              A total of 96 bowlers and 30 spectators
installations around the world and collects   donated toys Friday, bringing in nearly
thousands of toys each year.                  160 toys for the charity.
     “The Eastern North Carolina Toys            The teams were comprised of Marines,
for Tots program is very successful,”         Sailors, retirees and civilians from around
said Staff Sgt. Vincent Silicia, the local    the Cherry Point area. According to Jim
coordinator at Marine Corps Base Camp         Sharp, the bowling center manager, most
Lejuene. “In 2009, we distributed 60,000      of the participants seemed to understand
toys to 12,000 families. The community        the hard economic position some people
comes out and supports Toys for Tots          are in and just wanted to help any way
because they know it’s a good cause run       they could.
by a good organization.”                         “For kids who don’t have a Christmas,
   Toys for Tots has helped provide needy     we’re going to give them a Christmas,”
children with toys during the Christmas       said Sharp. “With times being the way
holidays since 1948, and every year           they are this year, there’s quite a few more
military members and civilians alike          needy kids out there, and I hope we can
still donate to the cause. Events like the    put a toy in every one of their hands.”
Cherry Point bowling tournament help




                                                                    LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
A bowling ball leaves some pins standing at the Stars N’ Strikes Bowling Alley
for a bowling tournament Dec. 10. Air station patrons participated to benefit
underprivileged children who might not have toys at Christmas if not for the
Toys for Tots charity.




                                                                                                                                                                         LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
                                                                                                     Lance Cpl. Kalab Stowers donates a toy to Toys for Tots in the hope that it will make
                                                                                                     a child smile this Christmas. Toys for Tots had a toy drive at the Stars N’ Strikes
                                                                                                     Bowling Alley Dec. 10 and collected nearly 160. Stowers is an intelligence analyst
                                                                                                     with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 4.




                                                                                                                                                                         LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
                                                                                                     Retired 1st Sgt. Terry A. Small tries for another strike at the Stars N’ Strikes Bowling
                                                                                                     Alley during a bowling tournament to benefit the charity Toys for Tots Dec. 10. Toys
                                                                                                     for Tots has helped needy families celebrate Christmas since 1948.




                                                                                                                                                                         LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI
                                                                    LANCE CPL. SCOTT L. TOMASZYCKI   Marines, Sailors and civilians participate in the Toys for Tots Nine Pin No Tap Bowling
Stowers throws his bowling ball down the lane at the Stars N’ Strikes Bowling                        tournament and toy drive at the Stars N’ Strikes Bowling Alley Dec. 10. Marines have
Alley during the Toys for Tots toy drive Dec. 10.                                                    helped Toys for Tots bring happiness to children during the holidays since 1948.
B2 December 16, 2010                                                                 The Windsock



 Marines give blood, save lives




                                                                                                                                                                         CPL. SAMUEL A. NASSO
April Daniels draws blood from Lance Cpl. Devoy Millerhill during a blood drive at Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 Dec. 9. The Camp Lejeune Blood Donor
Center, as part of the Armed Services Blood Program, travels to military installations to obtain blood from Marines, Sailors and their families to ensure that blood is
available for military service members worldwide. Daniels is a phlebotomist from the Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune Blood Donor Center. Millerhill is a field wireman with
MWCS-28.



Cherry Point conducts recycling programs
LANCE CPL. CORY D. POLOM                         Wallin. “We gave the makers of the top
MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                                 three posters a variety of prizes to include
  Throughout the week, Cherry Point              prizes made of recyclables and movies.”
residents can count on recycling trucks to          Throughout the year, personnel with the
come through their housing complexes to          environmental affairs department work hard
pick up their recyclables and facilitate an      to better the Earth as well as the air station.
environmentally friendly community.                 “We stay highly motivated to recycle,”
  Cherry Point’s Environmental Affairs           said Louie D. Cooke, an employeee with
Department sponsored a few different             the department. “We make money off of
events in accordance with Recycling Day          things that get recycled, and those proceeds
Nov. 15 to further encourage recycling           go back to the air station through quality of
aboard the air station.                          life projects.”
  “We had two great turnouts for our                Cooke said all year the fight to raise
events,” said William M. Wallin, a physical      awareness on recycling continues and for
scientist with environmental affairs. “One       good reasons.
of the events was the Recycling Race,               “I want to raise awareness to make
which was a 5k race to help raise recycling      this country better for our futures,” said
awareness.”                                      Wallin. “If we all recycle we will provide
  Wallin said environmental affairs also         a better environment for our children and
hosted a poster-making contest for the local     grandchildren.”
elementary school 4th graders.
  “We judged the posters and had them out
at the 5k race to get more opinions,” said




  10 tips for a safer and crime-free holiday season
  SPECIAL TO THE WINDSOCK
  MCAS CHERRY POINT

     During the holidays, police departments around the country
  strengthen security to protect citizens and businesses.
     But we often forget that crime in neighborhoods also increases.
  Thieves start canvassing the streets in search of packages left in cars,
  unsecured homes and families away for the holidays.
     With the rise in internet purchases during the holiday season, thefts
  of packages being delivered or left at your front door is also becom-
  ing more and more common.
     It is necessary to take some precautions at home to avoid becoming
  a target of crime.
     Antiterrorism and law enforcement officials offer some tips to re-
  duce your chances of being hit at home by thieves this Christmas
  season and all year long:




     1. Conceal wrapped presents from outside view.                                            6. Don’t leave checkbooks, wallets and cash lying around the house.

     2. If you need to store large items, such as exercise equipment or bicycles, in an        7. Install automatic timers and motion detectors on both front and back porch
     outside building make sure they are safe.                                                 lights

     3. If you have insurance, take some time to make sure it covers all articles of value     8. Ask a neighbor to pick up your newspaper and mail if you plan to be away from
     in your home.                                                                             home for more than one day.

     4. Be alert to strangers walking around in your neighborhood and report any suspi-        9. If you will be out of town, make sure someone knows where you are going and
     cious activity to the police.                                                             when you will return.

     5. Make sure to lock all doors and windows every time you leave the house.                10. Whenever possible take or update your home inventory by taking pictures or
                                                                                               videos and keeping a list of serial numbers.

       Remember that crime increases during the Christmas season. Don’t let thieves ruin your holidays. Don’t give criminals an opportunity. Keep these tips in mind as you
     rush around and make some time to take extra precautions for a better Christmas with your family and friends.
                                                                                  The Windsock                                                               December 16, 2010 B3




       HE LOCAL
Announcements
  Indicates new announcement                                  civilian employment. Unfortunately, this difference has       you have exactly that right something to put beneath the
                                                              produced considerable frustration for service members         Christmas tree this holiday season. And ladies, you are
   Changes to N.C. Driving Laws                               and their families. Other challenges include different        also welcome to shop and enjoy this special event.
   Effective Dec. 10, is a regulation that mandates all       sets of vocabularies and no single accessible electronic
license plate frames must not obscure any printed material    database of information. The new disability evaluation
on license plates.                                            system addresses all of these issues.
   That includes the numbers and letters, the state name,        Under the new system, DoD and VA will utilize a single        Marine and Family Programs
and the number and month on registration renewal              disability exam with the same standards; a single disabil-
stickers. Breaking this law carries a $100 fine.               ity rating calculated by the VA but applied by both the         Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers
   Starting Jan. 1, 2011, driver licenses will be renewed     DoD and VA; and expeditious payment of VA benefits                  The Family Member Employment Program,
for a period of eight years instead of five, for those ages    within 30 days of a member’s separation from service.           Transition Assistance Management Program,
18 to 65. Motorists 66 and older will have five-year terms     This is quite an improvement over the old system, which         Relocation Assistance Program and accredited
on their licenses.                                            could take up to 6 months for a service member to receive       financial counselors can be reached at 466-4401.
                                                              compensation.                                                   • Child Development Resource & Referral – 466-
   Seafood Cooking Classes                                                                                                    3595.
    The North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores            Little League Umpires                                         • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-
and Fish Tales restaurant are teaming up Monday at Fish         The city of Havelock is looking for umpires for Little        7547.
Tales to dish out seafood cooking tips to jazz up holiday     League games.                                                   • Family Advocacy Program – 466-3264.
dinners.                                                        No experience is necessary, as training will be               • Library – 466-3552.
   Chefs at the popular eatery at Town Creek Marina in        provided.                                                       • LifeLong Learning – 466-4500.
Beaufort, N.C., will share favorite recipes and samples as      The first meeting is Jan. 6 at 6:30 p.m. at the Havelock       • Military Family Life Consultant – 876-8016.
part of the Succulent Seafood series. Offered at area res-    Recreation Center.                                              • New Parent Support Program – 466-3651.
taurants, the series features chefs demonstrating savory        For more information, call David Smith at 444-6439 or         • Retired Activities – 466-5548.
ways to serve seasonal seafood and Aquarium educators         Hubie Helms at 670-4202.                                        • Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
discussing local species and conservation issues.                                                                             – 466-5490.
   Future classes will be held at McCurdy’s in Morehead          Tryon Place Presents ‘Men’s Night Out!’                      Substance Abuse Counseling – 466-7568.
City, N.C., on Jan. 10, the Blue Moon Bistro in Beaufort         Men’s Night Out! provides men who may be shopping-           •24-Hour Victim Advocate for Confidential Services
on Jan. 31, and other locales in February and March. Ses-     challenged, a new way to take some of the pressure off.         relating to Sexual Assault or Domestic Violence
sions begin at 2 p.m.                                         Tryon Palace is also welcoming ladies to shop the greatly       – 665-4713.
   The fee is $15 per person, per class, and advance regis-   expanded new Museum Store and complete a “wish list”
tration is required.                                          for their special Santa.                                        Budget for Baby
   For more information, see the Pine Knoll Shores sec-          Then, on Saturday from 6-9 p.m., the store will host a        The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers
tion of http://www.ncaquariums.com or call 247-4003.          special party where gentlemen shoppers can retrieve their       Budget for Baby classes.
Dial ext. 257 to register for Succulent Seafood.              personalized list for Santa and make their lady’s Christ-        To register call 466-2031.
                                                              mas even more delightful. More help comes with free gift
   Update on Disability Evaluations from NHCCP                wrapping, while guests enjoy refreshments. Don’t have           Breast-Feeding Class
   Beginning Dec. 31, Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point        a list to retrieve? That’s OK. Santa’s helpers at the store        The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers
will use a new system to process medical boards of dis-       offer personal shopping assistance.                             free breast-feeding classes to expectant mothers.
abled service members.                                           The new Museum Store, located in the North Carolina          The purpose of the class is to help prepare the
   The new system is a collaborative effort between the       History Center, offers a fabulous assortment of unique          mother to be ready and confident to breast-feed
Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans          and fascinating gifts. The store now carries a wide array       once the baby arrives.
Affairs. The goal is to provide uninterrupted care to sup-    of art and hand-crafted jewelry, including 18th and 19th-          To register call 466-2031.
port service members’ transition out of active duty.          century reproductions. Also featured is a variety of spe-
   In the past, some challenges have stemmed from hav-        cialty soaps, lotions and candles. There is also a unique       Veterans’ Assistance
ing two different systems rating disabilities. The DoD has    selection of books, specialty North Carolina food items,          A representative from the Veterans Affairs Office
traditionally rated disability based on fitness for military   decorative art, garden products and much more.                  visits Cherry Point each Thursday in building 232.
service while the VA rates disability based on fitness for        So come to the Museum Store and make sure that               Call 466-4401 for assistance.


Monthly and Weekly Events
Courage to Change
   Cherry Point and Havelock Cour-
                                         Together For Life
                                           The “Together for Life” one-day
                                                                                  Marine Corps League Meetings
                                                                                    The Cherry Point Detachment of
                                                                                                                               OFF
                                                                                                                                 MCAS CHERRY POINT AREA
age to Change is a support group for     premarital seminar is held for active    the Marine Corps League meets the              FRIDAY’S NIGHT CLUB (AKA CLUB INSOMNIA)
friends and family of alcoholics.        duty personnel age 26 and under,         third Tuesday of each month at the             MCB CAMP LEJEUNE AREA
   Meetings are held at St. Paul’s       within 90 days of marriage.              Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7315             BELL AUTO SALVAGE II
Lutheran Church in Havelock,               Please call the chapel at 466-4000     in Havelock, at 7 p.m.                         BOTTA BOOMS
Tuesdays at 8 p.m.                       for more information.                      For more information contact                 CARLAND
   For more information, call 241-                                                Owen Smith at 444-5420.                        CENTENNIAL ENTERPRISES, INC.
                                                                                                                                 DOLL HOUSE
6155 or 670-6236.                        Domestic Violence Victims
                                                                                                                                 EASY MONEY CATALOG SALES
                                           A support group for victims of do-     Disabled Veterans                              FANTASIES
Al-Anon Family Group Meet                mestic violence is provided by the         Chapter 26 of the Disabled                   ILLUSIONS
  There are alcoholics anonymous         Carteret County Domestic Violence        American Veterans meets on the                 JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY AUTO PARTS
family group meetings Tuesdays at 8      Program.                                 third Tuesday of each month at the             JOSHUA EXPERIENCE/ CLUB ACCESS
p.m. for family members and friends        The group meetings are held every      Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7315             LAIRDS AUTO & TRUCK CENTER
                                                                                                                                 MILITARY CIRCUIT OF JACKSONVILLE
of individuals who may have alcohol      Wednesday at 6 p.m.                      in Havelock at 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                 PAR TECH
problems.                                  For more information, call 728-          For information, contact Doug                PLAYHOUSE
  The meetings are held at Havelock      3788.                                    Matthers at 447-2761.                          PLEASURE PALACE
First Baptist Church.                                                                                                            PRIVATE PLEASURES (AKA CARRIAGE HOUSE)
  For more information, call 447-                                                                                                RACEWAY AUTO PARTS
8063 or 447-2109.                                                                                                                REFLECTION PHOTO
                                                                                                                                 SOUTHERN COMFORT
                                                                                                                                 STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                 TALK OF THE TOWN II
                                                                                                                                 TENDER TOUCH (AKA BABY DOLLS)
                                                                                                                                 TY’S R&R
                                                                                                                                 VETERANS AFFAIRS SERVICES




  Dec. 16 1991           Nearly 300 members of the 8th Marines arrived at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba to
                         participate in Haitian humanitarian efforts for 6,000 refugees.                                     Hotlines
                                                                                                                             2nd MAW Command Inspector General
  Dec. 17, 2001          The Marines of Task Force 58 raised an American flag over the airport in                             466-5038
                         Kandahar, Afghanistan. That same flag flew over the World Trade Center in New
                         York City on Sept. 11.                                                                              If you are a victim of sexual assault
                                                                                                                             Immediately call 665-4713, which is monitored 24/7.
  Dec. 20, 1989          The 2nd Marine Division began combat operations in Panama against Gen.                              The person answering the call will help you decide
                         Manuel Noriega’s forces as part of Task Force Semper Fidelis.                                       the next steps to take. You may remain anonymous.
                                                                                                                             This procedure is not to replace calling 911 if you are
                                                                                                                             in immediate danger. Remember, it’s not your fault.
                                                                                                                             Support is available.

                                                                                                                             Severe weather and force protection
                                                                                                                             information
                                                                                                                             Military personnel call 466-3093.
                                                                                                                             FRC East personnel call 464-8333.
                                                                                                                             DDCN personnel call 466-4083.


    Tests of Security                                                                                                        Fraud, Waste and Abuse
                                                                                                                             If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse
                                                                                                                             aboard MCAS Cherry Point, call 466-2016.
                                                                                                                             This line’s automated answering service is available
     Are you aware of any attempts to penetrate or test                                                                      24 hours a day.

     physical security or procedures at a military facility?                                                                Interactive Customer Evaluation
                                                                                                                              Put your thoughts on
                                                                                                                            I.C.E. You can use I.C.E.
                                                                                                                            to comment about quali-
                                                                                                                            ty, timeliness and overall
                                                                                                                            satisfaction of products and services available at
                                                                                                                            MCAS Cherry Point.
                                                                                                                              For more information, visit the website at
                                                                                                                            http://www.ice.disa.mil.
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                                                                                                                                                                   INSTALLERS                            Applications may be
                     To re-run, free ads must be resubmitted                                                           MOWING, BUSHHOGGING, and
                                                                                                                        Coastal Bermuda horse quality
                                                                                                                                                                     NEEDED                               obtained from the
                                                                                                                                                                                                           North Carolina
                                                                                                                        hay. Call (252)670-0555                 FOR DISH NETWORK                         Employment Security
                                                                                                                                                                  Experience helpful but not
                                                                                                                       Tree Service                             required. Will train. Must have             Commission:
Builder                                 Excavating                             Hauling                                                                             truck or van and tools.
                                                                                                                                  A-1 TREE                                                                  252-514-4828
ADDITIONS, ROOFING, DECKS,              BROOKS EXCAVATING SERVICE
                                         Ditches, land clearing, footers.
                                                                               LOT CLEARING, FILL DIRT, tree
                                                                                removal, bush hogging, stump                    Tree removal and
                                                                                                                                                                         TOP PAY!
 kitchen & bath, remodeling, floor,                                                                                                                            CALL DAVID AT: (706) 401-6279
 structural and foundation special-      $40/hour (minimum of 3 hours).         grinding, debris sites, dump trucks         trimming, stump grinder,                                                   For questions regarding
                                                                                                                                                                      OR CALL TONY FOR
 ist. Member of Better Business          Lawncare also. (252)244-1200 or        for hire and landscaping. FREE es-            up to 95’ bucket truck.                                                    this position please
                                         (910)300-0076                          timates! Call (252) 723-3537                                                   JACKSONVILLE: (910) 470-4374
 Bureau. P&R (252)633-6675                                                                                                  Mastercard/Visa/Discover           Or visit website: www.rockingr.tv          call 252-636-4930
                                                                                                                           Earl Temple (252)636-0611
Clearing/Gravel                         FIREWOOD
BULLDOZER, excavator, grading,          FIREWOOD SEASONED OAK 1/2              Home Improvement                                                                General                               Medical
 demoltion work. Fill dirt, topsoil &     cord $70. Full cord $140. Call
 sand. (252)559-6932                      (252)633-5662 or 670-0859
                                                                                                                                                                     TAX PREPARER                     CPR CERTIFIED CNAs
                                                                                                                                                                   No experience necessary or           needed immediately!!
Compost/Topsoil                         Handyman                                                                                                                    experienced preparer call.
CERTIFIED CLASS A Compost or
                                        A QUICK SERVICE. Can Install or        ROOM ADDITIONS, garages,                                                           Jacksonville: (910)353-3880            Aides needed in the
 screened organic soil, $20 per ton.                                                                                                                                                                      following counties:
                                         Repair anything Remodeling,            decks, vinyl siding and windows,                                                    Havelock: (252)447-7878
 Will deliver. No order too large or
 too small. (252)633-5334
                                         Painting, Tile, Roofing, etc. 30       painting and roofing. Complete                                                     New Bern: (252)636-2984            Craven, Pamlico & Carteret
                                         years experience. Quality Work         home      improvement.     (252)                                                                                       Must apply in person at:
                                         guaranteed. Member of Better           571-8429 or (252)447-3215
Concrete                                 Business Bureau We accept Visa,                                                                                       General                                     Our House Home
DISCOUNT PRICES Driveways, pa-           Mastercard, Debit. 252-633-6675.                                              .                                                                                      Care Service
  tios sidewalks No one can beat my                                            Home Improvement                        RETIRED SPECIAL ED/ ELEMEN-
                                                                                                                                                                  The Emergency Pet                   2807 Neuse Blvd. Suite 6
  price Daugherty’s (910)389-8575                                              BLAKE BROTHERS INC. Windows                                                     Hospital of Craven-Carteret
                                        Handyman                                                                        TARY School teacher will tutor                                                      New Bern, NC
                                                                                doors, roofing, painting, plumbing,
                                                                                                                        your child in your home or mine.
                                                                                                                                                                         is now accepting
                                        A-1 HANDYMAN SERVICE No job             electric, concrete. 17 years experi-                                                      applications for:
Drywall Repair                            too small. Reasonable rates!                                                  $15/hour. (252) 514-2234
NEW WORK or repair to existing
                                          (252)229-7016
                                                                                ence. NC License # 69662. Fully                                                      EXPERIENCED
 walls and ceilings. Free estimates.                                            insured. Call (252) 686-0432
 Call 252-633-4909
                                                                                                                                                                      VETERINARY
                                        Hauling                                                                        General                                       TECHNICIANS
                                        Fill dirt, topsoil, sand, rock back-   Home Improvement                                                                      Applications can be
Electrical Service                                                                                                                                              picked up between 6pm-9pm
W.C. ROUSE ELECTRICAL INC.                 hoe, grading, debris removal,       EXPERT TEXTURED ceiling re-             SELL AVON - Could you use an              at 1301-A East Main Street
 Lic.#4843U Insured & Visa/ Mas-           demolition, drainage tile Reid       pairs, repainting or removal. Kevin     extra $300 to $500 a month?                     in Havelock.
 tercard accepted. 252-939-1661            Avery (252)638-2801                  252-447-1313 or 910-524-5472            (252)775-2866                                NO PHONE CALLS!
                                                                                        TheWindsock                                                                                        December 16, 2010 B5


Sales                             Sales                           Trades                               At JL Kirkman’s Antique Mall, our         SPECIAL BUY! R-22 13 Seer               YEAR END BLOWOUT SALE 25hp
                                                                                                         business is “Whole Estates” there-       heatpump condensing units. 2 ton        diesel tractor. 4 wheel drive, power
                                          TERMINIX                                                       fore, our mall is always filled with     $887. 3 ton $1187. Discount City        steering, shuttle shift, canopy,
   RADIO ACCOUNT                          The Pest Control                                               1000’s upon 1000’s of items for          Havelock 252-447-1880                   safety roll bar, $5,875. Discount
     EXECUTIVE                            Industry Leader,                                               sale! A huge selection of Christ-                                                City Havelock 252-447-1880
                                           has immediate                                                 mas stuff! Collections of bells,        WALL OR WINDOW MOUNT
   Sunrise Broadcasting is                                                                               Precious Moments, Witch balls,           18,000 BTU Heat and Cool units.
                                             openings in
   seeking an experienced
  Account Executive for new         New Bern/Morehead City
                                                                    CNC MACHINIST                        figurines, pottery, musical instru-      $487 Discount City Havelock
                                                                                                         ments, sheet music, knick knacks,        (252)447-1880                          1 BOOTH BEAUTY shop for rent,
 business development in the            For career minded,
   Jacksonville/Greenville/                                         Bijur Delimon International,         plates, knives, coins, jewelry, cast                                             Gracie Farms area. Affordable rent.
       New Bern area.                    experienced sales             an established eastern            iron pots, old records, etc. “A short                                            Water furnished. (252) 670-6167
                                            professionals.              Carolina lubrication             trip across the bridge to Bridgeton”                                             or 633-3916.
   Responsible for retaining        Compensation package to          equipment manufacturer,                                                     HUNTING CLUB OPENING FOR
  and increasing business as                                        has an immediate opening             9-6 M-F, 10-6 Sat. 252-634-2745
                                     include company car with       for a CNC machinist with a           *Please keep Jesus Christ in your        MEMBERS Pamlico county area
    well as developing new
  business; will participate in      fuel card,401K, insurance.        minimum of 1-3 years              Christmas and have a wonderful           near Oriental Still hunting only
     station functions and             42-45 K pos. 1st Year        experience. The technician           New Year.                                $1,000. Call Mike with any ques-          Real Estate Auction
   promotions as assigned.                                            will set up and perform                                                     tions 252-671-9391                          Nominal Opening Bids
   Must be able to work out         Must be drug free, have a       machining operations on a                                                                                                   Start at $1,000!
           of home.                     good driving record,         variety of parts and tools
                                    clean criminal background            involving multiple                                                                                              113 Forest Bluff Dr., Jacksonville
   To qualify, you must have                   Contact                 machining and cutting                                                                                               3 bedroom, 2 bath, 1270 sq.ft.
   strong prospecting skills,                                                operations.               YARD SALE - SLIGHTLY WEATH-                     #1 ABSOLUTE BARGAIN
                                      recruiter@insect.com                                                                                                                                    1 Dalton Ct., Richlands
    the ability to maintain a         or call (910) 824-1504        We offer an excellent salary        ERED LUMBER! Any size or                    Brand NEW In Plastic Queen/
    positive outlook, a high                                           and benefits package.            length. $3.00 Discount City Have-           Full Plush Mattress Sets $99!         3 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1420 sq.ft.
    energy level and strong                                                                             lock (252)447-1880                            Queen/Full PillowTop Sets
  work ethic. The successful                                              INTERESTED                                                                $159. WE’RE LOCAL, 8 miles
                                                                                                                                                                                           All properties sell: 8:00am
   candidate must also have                                                                                                                                                                Tuesday December 14th at:
   strong interpersonal and                                              CANDIDATES:                                                               from Main Gate. Better Quality            1 Dalton Ct., Richlands
      organizational skills,                                            Send resume to:                                                              and Will Beat Any AD Price                Open to the Public!
  problem solving ability and                                                                                                                         Guaranteed! Can Deliver/                williamsauction.com
                                                                       Human Resources                 1993 SUNTRACKER 24’ pontoon                                                               (800)801-8003
   be creative. The ability to                                                                                                                           Layaway Available.
   absorb training and learn                                                                             boat with tops and side curtains.                                                 Many properties now available
                                                                            Manager                                                                Call Dion NOW! (910)325-7008
    new skills and concepts                                                                              Makes ike a house boat. Potty,                                                         for online bidding!
   quickly, and the ability to                                         2685 Airport Road,                                                          *************************
                                                                                                         trailer, 90hp Johnson. $5000                                                      A Buyer’s Premium may apply.
     learn and use several                                             Kinston, NC 28504                                                            5PC CHERRY BEDROOM SET!                  Williams & Williams
                                                                                                         (252)342-5615
    proprietary and industry                                                                                                                          Brand New-Still in the Box              NC RE LIC#220266
        specific software                                                                                                                            Queen/Full $350! Will Beat           DEAN C. WILLIAMS BROKER
 applications required. Radio                                                                                                                         Any AD Price Guaranteed!
  experience is not required;                                                                                                                    Call Dion NOW! (910)325-7008
     we will train the right
        person. Existing                                          Trades                                      “DOG SCHOOL”
     relationships with the                                                                                   Basic/Advanced training            AIR FORCE STYLE bunk bed.
      greater Jacksonville                                                                                                                         Complete with mattresses. Will de-
   business community and                                               EXPERIENCED                     for all breeds! wellerkennels.com                                                FOR SALE BY OWNER 3/2,
                                                                                                          New Bern, NC (252)636-5225               liver. Only $175 (252)223-3258
   outside sales/media sales                                         SCAFFOLD BUILDERS                                                                                                    1,850sq.ft., in Neuse Harbour, re-
       experience a plus.                                          Project in Aurora, NC plant. Must                                                                                      duced $20K, Whirlpool, 2 car gar-
      Bachelor’s degree is                                                                                                                       BLUE FUTON In used condition.
 preferred; a pre-employment                                           have own tools, valid ID        POMERANIAN PUPS AKC Small! 8               56”Lx29”Hx28”D, great for kid’s         age, landscaped, other features,
  drug screening is required.                                             and transportation.           weeks old. Must see! Pricing Spe-         room, $50 (252)622-9605                 available now. (252)637-3868
                                                                           (252) 322-4299
                                                                                                        cials! Male, white, $500. Female,
    All candidates must                                                                                 brown/black, $400. Others too!           LOVESEAT BLUE WIth solid oak            INVESTOR SPECIAL 3618 Windy
      apply online at:                                                                                  Homeraised. (910) 326-3672                trim. 56”Lx30”Hx34”D, excellent          Trail, 2/1.5 Townhome, new carpet
   www.cbc-raleigh.com                                                                   Bring A                                                  condition, $125 (252)622-9605            & paint, $65K Chuck Tyson, Tyson
                                                                                                                                                                                           & Hooks Realty Inc 252-670-5230
           EOE M/F
                                                                                  Little Sunshine      18CU.FT. FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGER-             18,000BTU HEATPUMP Heat &
                                                                                                                                                                                         REDUCED 107 PIRATES LANE

                                                                            Into Someone’s Day
                                                                                                                                                                                          near Cherry Point. 3 bedroom, 2
                                                                                                         ATOR Brand new in the box. $377.         cool unit. Thru the wall or window      bath, bonus room, pool, new metal
                                                                                                         Plaza Superstore Havelock                mount. $699. Discount City              roof and windows. $124,900
                                                                                                         252-447-0314
                                                                      An Anniversary or                                                           Havelock 252-447-1880                   (252)342-5615
         Coastal Community Action, Inc.                             Birthday ad is simple,                                                       AFFORDABLE BARNS! 12X16
                To respectfully and responsibly                          inexpensive -                 MOBILE HOME HEAT AND COOL
                                                                                                                                                  $1,895; 12x20 $2,395; 16x16
                 help people help themselves.                                                           UNITS 24,000 BTU package sys-                                                    107 RHEM STREET Great neigh-
                                                                        and memorable.                  tem. $1499 Discount City Have-
                                                                                                                                                  $2,795. Other sizes available. Built
                CAREER OPPORTUNITIES                                                                    lock 252-447-1880
                                                                                                                                                  on your lot. Call (252)531-0664 or       borhood, 2/1, completely remod-
                                                                   Give us a call at 444-1999                                                     800-218-BARN, Ayden                      eled, no pets, no smoking, $650
                                                                                                                                                                                           month. 252-626-4777
CCA, Inc. is building a diverse workforce and encour-                for more information.                                                       AUTOMATIC DISPENSER RICE
                                                                                                       SPECIAL BUY! 3-ton, 36,000 BTU,
ages applications from candidates who enjoy making a                                                    13 Seer Heatpump, split or pack-          bin. Holds large sack of rice. Like    423 SANDY POINT Rd. Small 2
positive difference in people’s lives. If you are a dedi-                                               age system, $1,996. Discount City         new         condition.         $35       bedroom house, $495 per month.
                                                                                                                                                  (252)652-6819                            Call (252)636-1855
cated and hard working individual who values diversity,                                                 Havelock 252-447-1880
economic justice and the ability to improve the quality                                                                                                                                  1303 STALLINGS PARKWAY 2
                                                                                                                                                     CLEAN LONG LEAF
of life for those living in poverty, we invite you to join                                                                                                                                bedroom, 1 bath, fresh paint, new
                                                                                                                                                       PINE STRAW                         carpet, no pets. $650/mo. Chuck
our exceptional team. We offer full-time employees an
                                                                                                                                                    $4.25 per bale! Delivered!            Tyson, Tyson Management Co.
excellent benefits package which includes health,                                                                                                        (252)244-1738                    252-670-5230
dental, life and retirement. You can locate current in-
formation on careers and how to apply to CCA, Inc. on
                                                                       IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR:
                                                                                                                                                 HIGHEND BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS                   AVAILABLE HOUSES
our website at www.coastalcommunityaction.com.                                                                                                     by Klipsch. $100 (252) 652-6819         2 & 3 bedrooms. Between New


           HOME BASED SUPERVISOR                                                               LPNs                                                                                         Bern & Havelock. Fenced yard.
                                                                                                                                                                                             $550 to $850 month. No pets.
                                                                                                                                                                                               Lease, deposit & credit
                                                                                                                                                 BEAUTIFUL GREEN FRESH CUT
                 FULL-TIME                                                                    FULL TIME                                           CENTIPEDE SOD Large 6’ rolls.
                                                                                                                                                                                           check required. (252)636-5818

Responsible for supervision of a home based early                                                                                                 $2.49 Discount City Havelock
                                                                                                                                                                                         AVAILABLE JANUARY 1ST! 3 bed-
childhood and development education program includ-
ing multiple components such as health, nutrition, men-
                                                                                      MED TECH                                                    (252)447-1880
                                                                                                                                                                                          room, 1 bath. Large back yard,
                                                                                                                                                                                          Brinson school district. Deposit &
                                                                                                                                                                                          rent $700. Call (252)514-1357
tal health, and family services. Oversees implementation                                       6AM-6PM                                           2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Trent
of program standards through monitoring and supervi-                                                                                              Rd, Glenburnie Rd, Tyson Mgmt          HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 3/2 859
sion of Home Visitors, participation in regular supervi-
sory meetings, monitoring to ensure standards are con-                               LPN OR RN                                                    252-514-0188

                                                                                                                                                 1ST MONTH FREE! 800-4000 sqft.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Pasteur Street, fenced yard, $900
                                                                                                                                                                                          month. (252)670-6216
sistently met, and ensures high quality services that
meet minimum federal requirements of Head start Per-
                                                                      PART-TIME FOR MDS BACK UP/ASSISTANT                                         storage spaces available for lease     HISTORIC SPACIOUS HOME 3/2,
                                                                                                                                                  in New Bern. Great for boats, RV’s,      porch, deck, updated appliances,
formance Standards. Requirements- Minimum of an AA                                                                                                campers, small businesses etc...         fenced yard, nice kitchen, lots of
degree in ECE or Social Services or a related field, BA
                                                                                 PLEASE APPLY IN PERSON:                                          MAXI STORAGE (910)382-5674               storage, $995. 252-635-7052
preferred, with sufficient coursework that emphasizes                               3003 Kensington Park Drive
child and family development. Must have a minimum of                                   New Bern, NC 28560                                        2,100SQ.FT.       STORAGE     425       STRICTLY RENTALS : 2 bed rent-
                                                                                                                                                   Sandridge Rd, Bridgeton $400 mo        als $550-$750 3/4 bed houses
3 years supervisory and home visiting experience.                                                  EOE                                             + deposit. (252)670-8302               $750 & up. Call (252)447-0222
Close Date: Closed 12/13/10

        TEACHER AIDES/EARLY CHILDHOOD
            PART-TIME & FULL-TIME
Responsibilities include: assisting lead teachers in the
operation of a Head Start classroom in accordance with
Head Start Performance Standards and North Carolina
Child Care Regulations. This includes assisting with the
                                                                                         's
                                                                                                   NEWS APP
planning, coordinating and supervising a classroom en-
vironment which promotes each child’s total develop-                                                   One App                                                       newbernsj.com
ment (i.e. social, physical, emotional, cognitive and nu-
tritional) while promoting positive, open communication
with parents and children. Requirements: Must have
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Early Childhood Credential I & II and experience teach-
ing children ages zero thru four. Location: Carteret, Cra-
ven & Pamlico County                                                                              Three Sites                                                        jdnews.com
            TEACHERS HEAD START &                                                                                       • access to latest articles, photos and videos of the day
            MORE @ FOUR FULL-TIME                                                                                       • customize your 'my news' with your favorite
Responsibilities include: The overall operation of a pre-                                                                 sections and blogs
 school classroom in accordance with Head Start Perfor-                                                                 • share content via Twitter, Facebook or email
 mance Standards and North Carolina Child Care Regula-                                                                  • read the news anytime, anywhere, with
 tions. This includes planning, coordinating, and super-
                                                                                                                          offline browsing and an option to save stories
 vising a classroom environment that promotes each
 child’s total development (i.e. social, physical, emo-                                                                 • watch videos on your iPhone, Android or BlackBerry
 tional, cognitive and nutritional) while promoting posi-                                                                                                  Sponsored by
 tive, open communication with parents and children.
Requirements: Must have an A.A. or B.A. in Early Child-
 hood Education. M@ 4 Teachers must have a Pre K Add
 on or BK Licensure. SIGN-ON BONUS of $1,000 for
 M@4 Lead Teachers and $500 for M@4 Teacher Assist-
 ants who meet the educational requirements.

              BUS DRIVER PART TIME
Responsible for transporting children to and from cen-
ter. Position involves non-traditional work hours. Re-
quirements: MUST have North Carolina CDL, school
bus and passenger endorsement, and an excellent driv-
ing record. Location: Craven

  To apply please submit an application & cover letter
    to: Dora Sprague, Director of Human Resources
            Coastal Community Action, Inc.
            PO Box 729, Newport, NC 28570
  E-Mail dora.sprague@coastalcommunityaction.com
                   Fax: 252-223-1688
   CCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
B10 December 16, 2010                                                                                                                  TheWindsock

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                                                                                                                                                                       308 Fort Road ~ $199,900                                       207 Antioch Lakes Road ~ $209,900
                                                                                                                                                            Very nice brick home located in a country setting on a                   2009 Parade of Homes - Winner! 3BR/2BA. Cathedral
                                                                                                                                                            cleared two acre lot. Large living room with a brick fire-                ceiling Great Room w/gas fireplace & beautiful palladium
                                                                                                                                                            place and new laminate flooring make it great for entertain-              windows, w/sliding doors overlooking lake, Granite coun-
                                                                                                                                                            ing. Located near schools and shopping                                   tertops Kitchen w/built-in wine rack, shower/whirlpool tub
                                                                                                                                                            centers. County taxes only! Deeded wa-                                   MBR, lake view from MBR & other BR,
                                                                                                                                                            ter access to the Neuse River.                                           finished oversized FROG. A Must See!
         www.enchomefinder.com                                                                                                                                 MLS#76079 Dennis Vary 252-876-1191                                     MLS#78246 Pam Baumgardner 252-626-3721




           715 Oakdale Avenue ~ $215,000                                              112 Knollwood Court ~ $220,000                                           4703 Trent River Drive ~ $229,900                                           559 Deer Run Road ~ $235,000
  Beautifully maintained home in Oakdale subdivision.                             Brick home on private cul-de-sac in River Bend. Open and                  Best kept secret in Trent Woods! You have to come inside to appreciate   WOW-look at all of the space in this home. Four bedrooms plus a FROG!
  Many upgrades including gourmet kitchen with granite,                           light living areas. Large eat-in kitchen plus dining room;                the upgrades in this home. Wide plank Walnut floors, granite counter-     Master bedroom downstairs w/whirlpool tub/double vanity.Spacious
  double oven, cook top and built in china cabinet. Includes                      3 roomy bedrooms, 2 baths; sunroom plus huge deck. Re-
  all appliances. Large principal BR & BA with access to                                                                                                    top and floor, stainless appliances, custom mahogany kitchen cabinets,    kitchen w/lots of wood cabinets.Built in desk upstairs bedrooms.Large
                                                                                  cent 30-year roof shingles; sprinkler system; instant hot                 plantation shutters throughout, large master with                        detached workshop w/electric plus 2 car garage.
  deck and pool. Separate laundry room.                                           water; garden shed; oversized concrete
  Progress Energy utilities and large lot.                                        driveway for boat or motor home.                                          walk in closet. Redwood siding, mature trees.                            Mature landscaping, corner lot. Great curb appeal!
  MLS#78601 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315                                             MLS#78763 Joan LoCascio 252-229-7706                                      MLS#79496 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733                                  MLS#77788 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733




                                                                                    107 Colonel Burgwyn Drive ~ $265,000                                            121 Mellen Road ~ $270,000                                          1322 Spencer Avenue ~ $280,000
            2003 Clubhouse ~ $245,000                                             Luxurious, maintenance free, 3BD/2.5BA in Taberna                         Nice brick home on large corner lot looks brand new inside/out.          Elegant 5BR/2BA 1917 house, stunning archi-
  Very well kept brick ranch near clubhouse. Work-                                Townes. 1st floor master suite, screened in porch,                         Many features: very open floorplan, hardwood floors, tile baths,           tectural details: wide wrap around porches, grand
  shop in garage. Beautiful landscaping on 1/2 acre.                              hardwood/tile/carpet flooring. Ownership includes                          whirlpool, Rinnai hot water, lawn irrigation, security system, heat-     colonnaded entry, original mantles, 10’ ceilings,
  Deck is 26 x 23 feet. Wired for Sur-                                            initiation fee to Taberna Golf and Country Club.                                                                                                   dramatic dining room. Recent UPDATES in-
                                                                                  Close to shopping, medical, marinas,                                      ed Carolina Room, partial fenced back yard-
  round sound. Free golf membership.                                                                                                                        PVC, all appliances convey, freshly painted.                             clude: Kitchen HVAC, 40yr Roof,
  New roof. Riding mower conveys.
   MLS#77916 Bob Bartram 252-636-7313
                                                                                  airport, and Cherry Point MCAS.
                                                                                  MLS#72600 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315                                       MLS#78086 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Electric, Nanny Suite.                         GO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Real Estate
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     MLS#79260 Sarah Afflerbach 252-633-0322 & DEVELOPMENT




        11610 Hwy 17 North ~ $298,000                                                      205 Mellen Road ~ $299,000                                         110 Plantation Creek Drive ~ $339,900                                     204 Eastchurch Road ~ $350,000
  4BR/3BA, Beautiful equestrian setting in the country. 1st floor master suite     Relax on large screen porch. Private back yard and woods beyond. Love-    Just outside of New Bern in a beautiful natural setting. This up-        A “Must See” like-new custom home in Governors
  w/whirlpool bath & sep. shower. Hardwood floors in foyer, DR, LR & FR with       ly open split plan with beautiful newly refinished hardwood floors in LR,   scale home offers all the extra features. Great Room with gas log        Mill! 3 BR/3BA with possible 4th BR upstairs. Plenty
                                                                                                                                                            fireplace. First floor study & 2nd level bonus room/media center.          of upgrades and fantastic kitchen! Almost 1/2 acre
  mouldings. Stainless steel appliances & wine cooler in large, eat-in Kitchen.   DR & Kitchen. Full of light, palladium windows in bedrooms. Large         Granite and solid surface counter tops, Bosch appliances, custom
  Carolina Room, plantation blinds throughout. BR2 with                           bonus room with full bath upstairs. All bedrooms                          trim throughout, lighting fixtures, covered front                         corner lot. Screened porch, oversized garage, garden
  private BA. BR3/4 w Jack & Jill BA. Huge FROG.                                                                                                            and back porch, beautiful landscaping.                                   shed. LOW TAXES - County only!
                                                                                  are of a good size and have new carpeting.
    MLS#78245 Ted Michaelsen 252-658-0187                                           MLS#76743 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054                                    MLS#77516 Leverett Owens 252-229-8444                                    MLS#78466 Joan LoCascio 252-229-7706



                                                                                                                                                              ATTENTION REALTORS: NEED TO
                                                                                                                                                                  RAPIDLY SELL A HOME?
         242 Drake Landing ~ $425,000
  Lovely Neuse river view/pond front full of wildlife. 4 Bedrooms
                                                                                           214 Ticino Court ~ $455,000                                       Advertise it on the Real Estate Rapid Seller Page
                                                                                  Custom built all brick home w/wall of windows overlooking 3rd hole
  3 Baths, Solid Birch hardwood floors in several rooms, high ceil-
                                                                                  of golf course. Meticulously maintained by original owner. 1st level
  ings, gorgeous kitchen w/zodiac countertops that opens to the
  family room. 3 car garage, large deck & patio.                                  spacious Master Suite. Split floor plan w/separate guest entrance.              Simply Call Celia Rolison at (252) 635-5640 or
                                                                                  Gourmet Kitchen features granite countertops.
  Owner is a licensed Real Estate Broker. $5000
  FLOOR AND CARPET ALLOWANCE.                                                     See feature Sheet for list of upgrades.                                          Matt Gifford at (252) 635-5645 for Details
   MLS#77862 Jack Morton 252-259-4736                                              MLS#79326 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054

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                                                     220 Apartments for Rent                                   220 Apartments for Rent                      220 Apartments for Rent
ON THE WATER 3/2 HOME with                           2 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH Nice, safe,                           FURNISHED APARTMENT Small 1                                                                       1999 Zone II 28 x 70 Horton                          HOMECREST PARK
 garage. Located. in River
 Bend/Lakemere       development.
                                                       quiet, waterfront neighborhood.
                                                       Walk to marina, rec center, water-
                                                                                                                bedroom, no pets, recently up-
                                                                                                                dated, $350 mo. + utilities, 142
                                                                                                                                                                WE HELP                                             3 bed 2 bath. Excellent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  condition. Must be moved.                     2 & 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $300 to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 $550 plus deposit. Includes water,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 No reasonable offer refused.
 Fenced back yard,deck & screen
 room. fireplace, wood floors &
 carpeted bedrooms. All appliance
                                                       front dining and boat ramp. Large
                                                       bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, pets
                                                       okay, cable included, $875/mo.
                                                                                                                Lynnwayne Circle. (252)447-1629
                                                                                                                                                                PAY YOUR                                        Call Jeff or John 919-751-0622                   kitchen and laundry appliances, &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 parking. No pets. 252-637-5549
                                                                                                                                                                                                              LAND AND HOME PACKAGES OR
 plus washer/dryer. Available Jan.
 1, 2011 or sooner. Rent/lease
                                                       (252) 675-0518                                          HISTORIC DISTRICT! 2 Bedroom.
                                                                                                                 Deposit & Lease Required. Call
                                                                                                                                                                 RENT!!                                        HOME ONLY Clayton & Fleetwood
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Homes. Finished sheetrock, En-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               MOBILE HOMES for rent in New-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                port area. Starting at $285. Please
 $895 plus deposit. Pet friendly for                                                                             (252) 658-2129, 658-2135 or
                                                     1,650SQ.FT. 2 BEDROOM Deck,                                                                                                                               ergy Star. Compare our discount                  call for availability. 252-223-6002
 small     to    medium         pet.                                                                             633-5940
                                                       fenced yard. $750/month. No pets.                                                                                                                       prices. Display specials. Nowell’s
 919-210-5818        or      email
                                                       (252)670-9297                                                                                                                                           Housing Morehead City 252
 nelizabeth@gmail.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                               247-5805 or send questions to                   SOUTHERN SUN IV MOBILE
                                                                                                                                                                                                               nowellshousing@bizec.rr.com                      HOMES FOR RENT Call For Availa-
RIVER BEND SPACIOUS Brick                            ALL THE BEST DEALS Apartments,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                bility. Includes stove, refrigerator,
 Townhouse with garage. 2500sqft.                     Townhouses, Duplexes, Mobile                                  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT                                                                                                                         washer/dryer. James City Area,
 3/3, deck, patio, boat slip, $1150                   home lots or mini storages. Sec-                                     FOR LEASE                                                                                   INVOICE SALE
 mo. 919-413-2124 (Cell #) or                         tion 8 accepted. (252) 637-5600                                HOMES & APARTMENTS                       The Meadows Apts                                     CLOSEOUT On ALL new                          near airport. Over 55 receive 10%
                                                                                                                      New Bern Locations                                                                        Clayton Inventory. YOU make                     Discount. (252)259-7716
 919-481-4200 ext. 233                                Management Services
                                                                                                                         From the $675’s                          62 & Older                                      us a reasonable OFFER!!
                                                                                                                          •Arbor Green                                                                               Invoices Available!
                                                        DOWNTOWN - E FRONT ST                                           •Arcadia Village                      “Retirement Living                                    CALL 252-523-3680                          VERY NICE 3 bedroom, 2 bath!
                                                        3/2.5, spacious historic 2-story                               •Academy Common                                                                                                                          Hardwood floors, central heat/air,
CLEAN FURNISHED NO SMOKING                               with off street parking and back                               •Academy Green                           At It’s Best”                                                                                  private lot, good neighborhood.
 near Tryon Palace. for single. $100                                                                                   Havelock Locations                                                                                                                       No smoking or pets. Reference
                                                        yard area, 2180 sq.ft. $1200/mo                                  From the $595’s
 week & up 252-249-2200                                OrsusMgmt.com (252)649-0410                                       •Croatan Forest
                                                                                                                                                                  (252)635-3019                               2 & 3 BEDROOMS Singlewides/                       check. $560 per month + deposit.
                                                                                                                       •Chrisopher Downs                      3125 Kensington Park Dr                          Doublewides. Sandy Ridge MHP                     (252)670-2302 or 633-9949
                                                                                                                          •Tucker Creek
FOR RENT                                                                                                                                                        New Bern, NC 28560                             Bridgeton. No pets allowed.
                                                              www.neusebuilders                                           252-635-6800                                                                         (252)637-9321 or (252)474-5058
                                                                rentals.com                                         neusebuildersrentals.com
 Duplex 2 Bedroom,                                                                                                                                                                                            2 BEDROOM! Quiet park, 5 min-
  1 Bath, Fireplace,                                                                                                                                                                                           utes to Havelock. Water, lawn care
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  CAR INSURANCE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    BEST PRICES IN TOWN!
   New Carpet, No                                                       TYLER PLACE                                                                                                                            & sewage included. No pets. $425
                                                                                                                                                                                                               per month. Call (252)444-3436
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GRADY & GRADY
   Pets, Location:                                                        LUXURY                                                                            1315 SOUTH GLENBURNIE RD.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3330 Neuse Blvd. New Bern
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (252)638-5433
 155 B Bayberry Rd.,                                                    APARTMENTS                                                                           1,000sq.ft.,   upstairs   unit.
                                                                                                                                                             $625/monthly 252-637-2242 work
                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH in town mo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                bile home. $550 per month + de-                        Non-Owner Insurance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       BEST RATES FOR DWI
      Newport                                                               • High efficiency heat pumps                                                                                                        posit. No pets. Call (252)671-9167
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Motorcycle Insurance
                                                          • Water, sewer, trash pickup included • Large, open floor plans
 Call 255-241-2685                                                    Call or come by today for more information
                                                                                                                                                            2,400 SQ. FT. RETAIL OR OFFICE
                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, 14X80, 1/2
                                                                                                                                                              SPACE for lease. Riverwood Plaza,
     for Details                                                                                                                                                                                                acre lot 7 miles from New Bern.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Lost Something?
                                                                  Email for Application: tylerplace@embarqmail.com                                            MLK Blvd., 17S. $1570/month.
                                                                                                                                                              (252)636-7681 or (252)672-7639                    $495 mo. No pets! (252)249-3999
                                                                                      AFFORDABLE
220 Apartments for Rent                                                        ASK FOR SPECIALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                              3/2 NO PETS Locklear MHP, $515
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Find it in the Classifieds! Or if you don’t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                find it in the “Lost & Found” section, you
1 BEDROOM Furnished Apart-                                     No $Money...No Problem...Move in Today w/approved credit*                                    3400-A TRENT ROAD Chelsea                           mo., $525 dep. References re-                   can place your own ad there and let the
 ments Waterfront setting, weekly,                                                                                                                           Square, 900sq.ft. building, Ideal                  quired. 252-229-6165                            finder... find you! The Classifieds are your
                                                                                            Call for Details
 monthly 910-578-5777                                                                  $525                                                                  office or shop. $875. Chuck Tyson                                                                  best connection to meet up with buyers,
                                                                                                   2 Bedrooms                                                (252) 670-5230
                                                                                       $565        3 Bedrooms                                                                                                                                                   sellers, prospective employers or
                                                                                                                                                                                                              FOR RENT Clean well kept newer 2
                                                                           Office Hours: Monday-Wednesday 9-5 & Thursday 9-2                                                                                                                                    employees. Call today to place your
2 BEDROOM 1.5 BATH. Screened                                                                                                                                                                                   & 3 bedroom Mobile Homes in
  in porch, washer & dryer hook-up.                                                            447-5160                                                     OFFICE SPACE for rent. 1400 Sq                     quiet country setting in Havelock.               Classified Ad.
                                                                                     Located off Lake Road in Havelock
  Riverbend. Some pets allowed.                                                        *Limited time only. Some restrictions apply
                                                                                                                                                             ft, downtown New Bern, Ample                      Close to base! $500 and up!                                1-888-328-4802
  $745 a month. (252)259-6660                                                                                                                                off-street parking. (252) 633-2470                (252)447-3625                                                   Windsock

								
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