Free December 21, 2012 Circulation
Gov. Still Seeking Aid
By Linda Cicoira
Gov. Bob McDonnell is appealing FEMA’s denial for indi-
vidual assistance for Accomack property owners affected by
Hurricane Sandy, County Administrator Steve Miner reported
“Don’t get your hopes up,” Miner told the Board of Supervi-
sors. “Nonetheless, they are making the effort,” he said of state
Miner explained that while Somerset County, Md., was
given the green light after first being denied, FEMA (Fed-
eral Emergency Management Agency) does not have to ap-
prove adjacent areas. He added that some money put in a
state fund last year for tornado victims also might become
The supervisors voted to reinstate a federal program last
month that reimburses the county for raising houses in flood-
prone areas. Officials had halted the aid after FEMA declined
to pay more than $300,000 for work on a Crystal Beach house.
Miner reported this week that Building Official David Fluhart
would oversee the program.
The Individual Assistance Program makes funding avail- It’s Touch and Go Now Photo by Linda Cicoira
able to homeowners, renters and businesses in the form of low- The Navy conducted touch-and-go flight patterns with its E-2C Hawkeye and C-2 Greyhound
interest loans and grants, unemployment assistance, disaster planes from 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesday at NASA’s runway on Wallops Island. The demonstration was
housing assistance and crisis counseling. done at the request of Accomack supervisors after residents voiced concerns about noise.
Accomack Supervisors Support Bridge-Tunnel Toll Reduction
By Linda Cicoira commission is under no obligation to Supervisor Reneta Major was en- re-appointed Planning Commissioners
In an 8-1 vote, Accomack supervi- do this. … They had a considerable re- thusiastic about the prospect. “It would Leander Roberts Jr., George T. Parker,
sors passed a resolution Wednesday serve when I left.” be very beneficial to citizens” who work Brantley T. Onley and C. Robert Hick-
that supports and encourages efforts Supervisor Jack Gray was the first to or seek medical attention in Hampton man to terms that run through Dec.
to reduce tolls for the Chesapeake Bay question the feasibility of the proposal. Roads. “I’m all for lowering tolls. We’ll 31, 2016. They also re-appointed Gina
Bridge-Tunnel (CBBT). “The bridge-tunnel needs all the money just open economic opportunities.” Crockett and Travis Bradley to three-
There is “no other place in the Unit- they can get,” he said, contending that According to the resolution, the su- year terms on the Eastern Shore Com-
ed States of America where people the facility will need another tunnel pervisors want toll reductions because munity Services Board. Michael A.
have to pay $12 to visit the rest of the “eventually.” In the end, he voted for “the vital infrastructure … offers op- Starling and former Supervisor San-
state,” said Supervisor Donald Hart. “I the action because Thornton said she portunities for trade, economic devel- dra Hart Mears were re-appointed to
support it 100 percent.” understood the commission favors it. opment and increased employment” four-year terms on the Eastern Shore
Vice Chairwoman Wanda Thornton, Only Supervisor Grayson Chesser and “to provide reduced affordable … Resource, Conservation and Develop-
a former member of the CBBT Com- voted against the motion. “I think it rates to regular commuters and short- ment Council.
mission, initiated the action. She dis- would be foolhardy to lower the toll,” term vacation visitors.” Allen Dwayne Marshall and Ron-
missed comments that the commission he said. “It’s going to cost a fortune for The supervisors did not discuss how ald W. Evans were re-appointed to the
would need the funds to maintain and maintenance and a new tunnel. … It tollbooth workers would gauge travel- Greenbackville Boat Harbor Commit-
improve the 17.6-mile bay crossing. was built in 1964. That’s a long, long ers or how low they want the tolls to tee. Webster Martin and Obediah Sam-
“When I left the commission in 2004, time” ago. “I’m not going to vote for it. be. The toll is $12 one way. The return ple were re-appointed to the Harborton
they could do a commuter toll without If the … commission wants it, they can trip within 24 hours is $5. Public Facilities Committee. The terms
any problem,” Thornton said. “The … vote for it.” In other business, the supervisors for both of those panels are four years.
2 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
FRI., DECEMBER 21ST THRU MON., DECEMBER 24TH, 2012
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Victims Need Help
By Linda Cicoira
SAVE $110 4 DAYS 'TIL CHRISTMAS
DECEMBER 22ND “Domestic violence is really a nice
255-pc. SAVE $304
EARLY way of saying assault and battery,”
mechanic’s SAVE $75 SATURDAY,
Eastern Shore Coalition Director Cathy
tool set DECEMBER 22ND
14999EARLY 8AM Tolbert Fredholm told Accomack su-
SAVE $75 OPEN
SAVE $40 pervisors Wednesday. And the physical
abuse is increasing for adults and chil-
4-tool kit SALE
dren on the Shore.
The good news is that “the Eastern
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Craftsman 4-tool kit
Shore takes care of its own,” she said.
“We are going to be able to pay off our
SAVE $20 OFF
Craftsman shelter mortgage by the end of the year,”
driver set 50% thanks to generous donations.
14999 Still, with an increase of court case
SAVE $40 a UP TO hours and incidents, more funds will be
33596 “The coalition is important,” said
SAVE $40 a UP TOOFF
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Fredholm, “not simply to serve vic-
$ Craftsman 97 tool
$ Craftsman 6-drawer storage $ Craftsmanstorage
basic ball-bearing tool
MECHANIC'S TOOL SETS
tims, but also to prevent (people from
00953985 WHEN YOU WHEN YOU Savings range 5%-50%.
becoming) victims.” She said a pro-
BUY ALL THREE BUY BOTH BUY ALL THREE TOOL STORAGE AND
a. Craftsman 11-drawer b. Craftsman 6-drawer 2-piece c. Craftsman 13-drawer
MECHANIC'S TOOL SETS
gram is being planned for local schools
basic ball-bearing tool basic ball-bearing tool storage ball bearing storage
chest 00931014/5/8 combination 00931016/7 combo 00962020/1/2 Savings range 5%-50%. to teach warning signals for violence
GIFTS in dating.
GREAT About $20,000 in state funds was cut
in July and appeals for reinstatement of
save $20, sale 19.99
a. Impact driver
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e. Router 00934977
3999 SALE, EA.
the payment have gotten nowhere. With
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Craftsman 17-in. Craftsman SAVE $40 EA. the stagnant economy, the lack of funds
save $15, sale 14.99
b. Jigsaw sale 19.99
save $20, 00934974
f. Detail sander
00934978 sale 19.99 set 34 99
$ 49 00959317
$ socket wrench
will have to be addressed or victims will
save $20, SALE SALE SALE
save $20, driver
a. Impact sale 19.99 e. Router 00934977
save $20, sale 19.99 SAVE $35 SAVE $7 set 00934553/4
Micro Tork torque
c. 18,000 save3/8-in. trim
g. 3 $15, sale 14.99 GearWrench 8-pc.
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b. Jigsaw sale 19.99
save $20, 00934974
f. Detail sander
00934978 sale 19.99
set 00944001/2 drive socket wrench
for help, Fredholm said.
set 00934553/4 1/2-in. drive
d. High pressure
save $20, sale 19.99
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multi-tool 00934980 style Tork torque
Rev. Donald Broad asked Accomack
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supervisors to give a tax exemption for
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INTRODUCING d. High pressure h. Oscillating 1/2-in. drive clicker-
a two parcels owned by the coalition, a
inflator 00934976 multi-tool 00934980 $
style micro torque
wrench 00931425 savings of about $500 annually. He also
SAVE $10 SAVE $5 SAVE $5
a b c Craftsman 11-pc. Craftsman 3-pc. Craftsman 19-pc. a requested the county give $1,000 a year
d e $ 99
socket wrench set
$ set 00931795
Universal Max Axess™
SALE for the cause.
SAVE $10 SAVE $5 set 00931088
SAVE $5 50% The county pays to house and feed
MULTI-TOOL SYSTEM Craftsman 11-pc. Craftsman 3-pc. Craftsman 19-pc. OFF EA.
50% drive set
pliers set 00931795 Universal Max Axess™
set 00931088 50%
the abuser (while in jail), but not to sup-
port the victim, Broad said. He further
BOLT-ON™ OFF EA.
complained that coalition staff is paid
CRAFTSMAN f g h
less than a first-year teacher and gets
no retirement benefits. “We can use all
00916496 the money we can get,” he added.
Owned and Operated by Name Fredholm said getting county finan-
cial support would open the doors for
Owned and Operated by Name other funding. She plans to go to the
25044 Lankford Highway, Onley, VA 23418 Northampton Board of Supervisors next.
Store address LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED In the last five months, the coali-
Store hours787-8801 tion provided 1,475 overnight stays for
Mon.-Fri. 9:30am-7:00pm, Sat.-9:00am-6:00pm, Sun. 12:00pm-5pm LOCALLY OWNED AND OPERATED
abuse victims, compared with 2,355 for
Store hours the previous 12 months. In addition,
staff spent 1,088 hours in court since
July, compared to about 1,000 for the
previous 12 months. She explained the
JA#212C012_101 cases are getting more complicated.
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 3
Accomack Supervisors Close Out Year Talking Trash
By Linda Cicoira to $750,000. Dec. 31, after which no heavy concrete Agency (FEMA) will fund 94 percent of
Accomack supervisors unanimously In another trash-related action, debris or long utility poles will be ac- the project;
voted to spend $125,000 to purchase the supervisors approved the use of cepted in the green boxes there. •set a public hearing for Jan. 16
11.5 Grangeville acres on Route 180 $440,340 in unassigned funds for the Storm debris will continue to be ac- regarding a request for a conditional-
near Wachapreague for a convenience nearly $2 million transfer station proj- cepted without tipping fees through use permit for a 19-square-foot “Sub-
trash disposal center. ect. The spending was approved in Jan. 31. way” sign on the front of the Walmart
The move was part of a motion to November in the consent agenda, but The supervisors also: in Onley;
adopt a group of actions known as the was brought back to the board “to en- •awarded a contract to Dilley Con- •voted to ask recipients of county
consent agenda. The property belongs sure all members are fully aware of the tracting for nearly $28,000 for repairs funds (specifically volunteer fire com-
to Nina and William Shaw of Parks- matter.” to the Queen Sound Access Road. The panies) to report whether they get an-
ley. The site was approved in October The southern landfill will close on Federal Emergency Management nual audits.
for negotiation. The latest move for-
mally gives the board’s consent and
permission for sale documents to be
Local Security Heightened in Wake of School Shootings
signed. By Linda Cicoira Benson said that last year a “mock scenario” was held to
Supervisor Donald Hart pushed for There was an increased presence of law enforcement in find out areas that needed improvement. “That was well at-
a second convenience center in south- Accomack and Northampton schools this week following the tended,” he said. The plan is to do “more of that.”
ern Accomack, in part because the shooting death of students and faculty members at an el- “Over the last couple of days, of course, everyone is look-
northern portion of the county has sev- ementary school in Connecticut. ing at their security,” said Northampton Superintendent Dr.
eral. It’s been nearly a year since of- “We are fortunate we have a very strong partnership with Walter Clemons. On Monday and Tuesday, before school let
ficials voted to remove the green box law enforcement,” Accomack Superintendent Dr. Bruce Ben- out for the holiday break, more deputies were at the facili-
Dumpster from Wachapreague. son said Wednesday. “We do have an increased presence.” ties and there was a heightened awareness by staff and con-
The action did not specify the type of In addition, Benson said administrators were directed to stant monitoring, he said.
facility to be erected. Public Works Di- review procedures and security. “I think folks probably real- In addition, Clemons said metal detectors are being used
rector Stewart Hall previously report- ize they have to be buzzed into our schools,” said the super- with more frequency and he plans to discuss increasing oth-
ed the cost could range from $250,000 intendent. “Our doors are locked.” er security measures with the School Board.
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4 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
Tourism Presented County Administrator Steve Miner
said he met with Northampton to work Accomack Revenues Up
as Financial Answer
out tourism issues and suggested the
chairpersons from both counties and By Linda Cicoira lier than expected real-estate tax col-
administrators meet for a second ses- Accomack County is bringing in the lections, including those pertaining to
By Linda Cicoira sion before making discussions public. bucks. public service corporations and better
A state tourism representative urged In other business, the supervisors Major revenues were up 5.2 percent than expected sales tax revenue,” Fi-
Accomack supervisors Wednesday to also met in a closed session to discuss for the first quarter of Fiscal Year 2013, nance Director Mike Mason said in a
continue to work with Northampton a discrimination lawsuit filed against compared to the same time in the pre- report to county supervisors.
officials to bring travelers to the Shore. the county and a public sewer service vious year. “Excluding property-tax revenue,
“Visitors don’t know where our contract for Central Accomack. “Most of this increase is due to ear- revenues are up 3.1 percent,” he added.
boundaries are and they shouldn’t,” “However, it is the second quarter that
said Lynne Locken of the Virginia will heavily determine whether budget
Tourism Corporation. She added that
locally, tourism increased by 8.2 per-
Accomack Fire Probes Continue estimates are met, since this quarter is
when most property taxes are collected.”
cent and for the first time state tour- By Linda Cicoira In the last week, Anaya gave three Also on a positive note, the director
ism grew to more than $20 billion, in- Police are continuing to investigate reports of fires to add to the more than reported that “sales and use tax rev-
cluding 207,000 jobs and $1.3 billion fires in Accomack County and are urg- two-dozen arson blazes in abandoned enue for the first quarter … is up by 15
in state and local revenue. The latter ing those who have seen or know of structures that have been battled by percent over the same period last year.
could fund 11,000 state troopers or go something suspicious to step forward. local volunteer firefighters since mid- Building permit revenue is also much
for education, she said. “All fires are currently under some November. improved, exceeding the prior year’s
She referred to a major initiative be- form of criminal investigation, wheth- On Dec. 16, there was a blaze in an first quarter by 20.6 percent.”
ing made by the state commission that er arson or not,” Sgt. Michelle Anaya abandoned residential structure on Mason said landfill tipping fees con-
would include the Shore but did not dis- of the Virginia State Police said in a Withams Road. At about 1:45 a.m. Dec. tinue to be a concern. “This revenue
close the plan. It included a $1 million prepared statement. “But, protect- 17, firefighters were called to a struc- stream is running 6.9 percent behind
study. ing the community is of our utmost ture fire at the corner of Hope and last year. Transient occupancy tax rev-
“The Eastern Shore Tourism Com- concern. Troopers, investigators and Dennis Drive. At around 9:15 p.m., a enue and consumer utility tax revenue
mission is strong and capable of taking other law-enforcement representa- blaze was reported at the former Be- were down by 9.1 percent and 4.1 per-
you to the next level,” Locken reported. tives are working around the clock to lote antiques shop on Lankford High- cent, respectively,” he added.
conduct the investigation and patrol way near Keller. The director also said fiscal year 2013
the area. Someone knows who is set- Anyone with information regard- real-estate tax revenues have a current
ting these fires. We need that person ing these or any other fires is asked collection rate of 93 percent for the Dec.
or persons to come forward with this to call 787-1131, 1-800-582-8350 or 5, 2012, levy and 90 percent for the June
information.” 757-424-6820. 5, 2013, levy, which is “on-target.”
The current personal-property tax
collection for fiscal 2013 is at 85 per-
cent for the Dec. 5, 2012, levy and 80
percent for the June 5, 2013, levy. Ma-
Hours son said sales-tax revenue through the
Thurs. & Fri. 11am - 9pm Sat. 7am - 9pm first quarter is up more than 15 percent
Sun. 7am - 3pm compared to the same time last year.
Phone: 757-678-5270 The “Rainy Day”/Stabilization Fund
Lunch: Meatball Sub with Chips $5.95 Balance is “now equal to $6.1 million,
Grilled Chicken S/W with Fries $5.99 or approximately 8.7 percent of reve-
Dinner: BBQ Chicken with 2 vegs. $8.95 nue.” Mason said the long-term plan is
Country Fried Steak with 2 vegs. $8.95
to increase it to 16.7 percent by 2021.
Lunch: Chicken Salad S/W with chips & drink $5.49 Mason also said tipping fees need to
Hot Roast Beef S/W be increased so that the North Land-
with mashed potatoes and drink $5.99 fill can be closed in Fiscal Year 2017.
Dinner: Liver and Onions with 2 vegs. $8.95 Closure costs for the South and North
Crab Imperial with 2 vegs. $17.99 landfills are estimated at $4.1 million
Saturday and $4.0 million, respectively.
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December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 5
Del. Lewis Gets Feedback for Upcoming General Assembly Session
By Ron West ton County Supervisor Willie Randall sources Commission (VMRC), Menha- enforcement. Griffith noted that the
Del. Lynwood Lewis met with East- on ending the payback of hundreds den are regulated by the General As- citation program brings large num-
ern Shore constituents in Cape Charles of thousands of dollars from locali- sembly. bers of sport fishermen to the Eastern
Tuesday to discuss issues that will be ties to the state. Randall noted that In a related question, Griffith asked Shore. According to the proposal, the
on the table for the upcoming General Northampton County had returned about a proposal to shift $20,000 in program would require individuals to
Assembly session in Richmond. approximately $1 million to Richmond funding from the Saltwater Fishing pay for their laminated plaques. Lewis
The session, slated to begin Jan. 9, is in recent years. Lewis stated that Mc- Citation program to the VMRC for law said he supports the program as it is.
likely to focus on transportation issues, Donnell has said the requirement to
as it has in most recent years, according return funds would likely be ended.
to Lewis. He said Gov. Bob McDonnell is Asked by Cape Charles Planner
expected to make several recommenda-
tions regarding the budget and the road
Tom Bonadeo if the Virginia Retire-
ment System (VRS) funding would be
United Way Nears $1/4-Million Goal
funding shortage. open to discussion by the General As- The United Way Chapter of Vir- the hungry, housing the homeless and
One solution likely to be presented sembly, Lewis replied that more than ginia’s Eastern Shore is approach- providing positive outlets for youth.
would add sales tax to fuel sales and/or $600 million had been “borrowed” from ing $240,000 in campaign pledges for Jeff Holland, campaign chairman,
raise the Virginia gas tax to help keep the fund by the state in recent years the 2012 “The Shore Needs You Now” expressed thanks to all the businesses
up with inflation. Lewis said that at the but it is slated to be repaid. Campaign. and individuals who have helped the
present rate of spending, Virginia will Dave Griffith asked about the re- The campaign is only $10,000 from United Way get to this point.
run out of money for new road construc- cent move by the federal government its goal of $250,000. As an added bonus “We appreciate everyone else’s con-
tion by 2017. Currently, much of the to impose a 20 percent limit on the this year, Jane Batten, the campaign’s sideration if you have not pledged,” said
money set aside for transportation goes harvesting of menhaden in the Chesa- kickoff speaker, has offered a dollar- Holland. “You can donate by going on our
to pay for repairs to existing roads. peake Bay. The Atlantic States Marine for-dollar match for every dollar raised website, www.esunitedway.org, calling
The General Assembly will consider Fisheries Commission, which includes over $225,000, up to $250,000, bring- 787-5622 or mailing to P.O. 605, Onley,
how to use the reported $220 million Virginia, supports the reduction as ing the total pledges to $275,000. VA 23418. Help us get the ball across
surplus, which, according to Lewis, is a way to help sustain the menhaden This money will assist over 175 non- the goal line! As Winston Churchill said,
more of an accounting surplus than population. Menhaden are a valu- profit entities on Virginia’s Eastern ‘You make a living by what you get; you
actual dollars available for spending. able part of the food chain in the bay Shore that are instrumental in feeding make a life by what you give.’ ”
Much of the surplus will be earmarked for several species of fin and shellfish.
Celebrate the end of
for the state’s rainy-day fund, water Texas Based Omega Protein harvests
quality improvements, and transporta- the fish, which are used for a variety 2012 with the Blarney
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The issue of uranium mining will animal feed and bait. Omega has in- Virginia Craft Beer
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Lewis spoke of efforts to place NASA
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6 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
Northampton District Court
February 2013. pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine.
Maybelle H. Rew, 62, of Staunton Keena Anton Davis, age unavail- He was treated under the First Offend-
Avenue in Parksley pleaded guilty to able, of Exmore was arrested on Dec. er Status by which judgment is with-
By Linda Cicoira seven counts of welfare fraud that oc- 4 on a charge of felony eluding on Oct. held and the charge is later dismissed
Accomack Grand Jury curred between July 2009 and Febru- 27. A January preliminary hearing if Jones maintains good behavior.
A Craddockville man was charged ary 2012. Sentencing was deferred un- was scheduled, the file stated. ………………………
in a “quiet” indictment handed down til April 2013. ……………………… Accomack District Court
by an Accomack Grand Jury earlier Patrick Leslie Bright Jr., 23, of Marsh Northampton Circuit Court Dylan Sokaitis, 18, of West Main
this month and made public this week. Market Road in Temperanceville plead- Earl Raymond Elder, 34, of Exmore Street in Onley was charged Dec. 11
Christopher Michael Davis Jr., 21, ed guilty to embezzling money from A was sentenced Monday in Northampton with burglary and theft at the home
of Craddockville Road was indicted on to Z Thrift Store in Mappsville between Circuit Court for two counts of possession of Brian Patterson. According to Ac-
counts of distributing between a half- Dec. 29, 2011, and March 5, 2012. Sen- with intent to distribute between a half- comack General District Court records,
ounce and five pounds of marijuana tencing was set for April 1, 2013. ounce and five pounds of marijuana and Sokaitis is free on $5,000 bond. A court
on June 18 and Aug. 29, according to Dana Lamont Davis, 42, of Red Hill possession of ecstasy. According to Com- date is set for February 2013.
papers filed in Accomack General Dis- Road in Painter pleaded guilty to forg- monwealth’s Attorney Bruce Jones, Elder Keyron Montrell Bess, 30, of
trict Court. ing a public record on Oct. 22, 2011. A was sentenced to 10 years in prison, with Beartown Road in Mappsville is being
……………………… presentence report was ordered. all but 11 months suspended. His driver’s held without bond, charged with rob-
Accomack Circuit Court Katina Fosque, age unavailable, of license was suspended for six months bing Patrick Thomas at his Grotontown
Carl Jerome Alford, 29, of Lankford Horntown Road in Horntown pleaded and he was put on supervised probation. Road home on April 13, 2010. Bess was
Highway in Melfa was sentenced last guilty to credit-card larceny that oc- Jones said another three months were arrested Nov. 27. According to court re-
week in Accomack Circuit Court for curred on Feb. 10. added to Elder’s term when probation cords, Thomas told police he answered
credit-card theft on Jan. 19 to a decade Rebecca Collins-Sard, 24, of Bay was revoked for earlier convictions of a knock on his door and three people,
in prison, according to court records, Breeze Drive at Trails End in Horntown brandishing a firearm and possession of including Bess, “rushed inside” carrying
with all but two years suspended. Al- pleaded guilty to burglary and petty marijuana. Elder was arrested in October a shotgun and “told him to get down on
ford also was ordered to pay $180 in larceny. She initially was charged with 2011 during a sting operation. the floor and demanded money.”
restitution to PNC Bank. grand larceny. The incidents occurred Courtney Kaye Bowden, 19, of Fondrell Shawntez White, 22, of Hall
Paul Barry Smith, 27, of Concord, at the home of Glen Kimbel on June 14. Greenbush was sentenced to five years Street in Onancock was charged Dec. 11
N.H., pleaded guilty to breaking into Sentencing was deferred until Feb. 14, for burglary, five years for grand larce- with destroying jail property on Dec. 6.
Shore Lodge in Onley on Oct. 7 and 2013, so a presentence report can be up- ny and six months for contributing to He is being held without bond.
stealing $3,000. Sentencing was set for dated. She was remanded to jail. the delinquency of a minor. The terms Ryan Dejour Strand, 23, of Pine
were set to run concurrently, with all Street in Onancock was charged with
Storm Relief Program
but four months suspended. possession of a Schedule I or II sub-
Dontrelle Marquise Walker, 23, of stance with intent to distribute it.
Pungoteague was sentenced for pos- Strand is free on $3,500 secured bond.
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Is This the Last Thing You’ll Ever Read?
By Linda Cicoira Cheriton. “If the world ends, we won’t Gary Callaway of Accomac. “Only ONE calendar thing is fun to surmise, but
The world won’t end today, despite be here, so what’s to prepare for?” person knows when that will occur and as a Christian, I believe the Bible and
the conclusion of a Mayan calendar, Lenore Hart Poyer of Franktown He is not sharing that info. But, I can it says not to pay attention to anyone
according to local residents who an- also isn’t making any special plans. truly say with all my heart as a Chris- telling you a specific date the world
swered an email survey conducted by “Someone has always predicted the tian, I believe the end times are not will end.”
the Eastern Shore Post. end of the world every couple years. that far away.” “I am prepared for whatever God
“I think it’s bunk — scare tactics,” Remember Y2K? And so on? The world Linda Martin Warner, formerly of has in store for me,” said Janet Dud-
wrote Karen Simpson of Quinby. “NO, will end some day. But I doubt the Ma- Belle Haven, also didn’t have a plan. “If ley of Cape Charles. “If all of that stuff
I am NOT making preparations. I am yans are going to give us a heads up it is literally the end of the world, then is true, then how do you prepare? You
open-minded and believe there may be on it. More likely we’ll simply pollute we will all be dead, won’t we? I will make peace with your God and your
ghosts and aliens here on our planet, ourselves to death.” probably call all my kids on the 20th fellow man and then you are prepared
but not the end of the world, unless “I always keep emergency food to and say one last ‘I love you’ just in case.” for anything.”
North Korea or Iran decides to blow us last a little while,” wrote Dorothy Bon- “It’s strange and exciting how “I don’t think there is an exact date,”
up on Dec. 21st.” ney of New Church. “I think the Mayan the planets will align,” wrote Deb- wrote Donna Mason of Chincoteague.
“If it is the end of the world, the only calendar is saying the end of the age, bie Campbell of Silver Beach. “There “I think when the world cannot sustain
prep necessary is to be sure you are not the end of the world.” are some things that the Mayans can itself the end will come. I do believe in
right with God and accept his grace “I think the Mayan calendar stone- explain that don’t necessarily make predestination. I try to make every day
through Jesus,” answered Nadean mason just ran out of space on the sense to modern scientists. If the Ma- count for something so I am prepared
Moore of Mappsville. disc,” said Jeanne Whaley of Accomac. yans are correct, we will understand for life, whatever it brings.”
“No,” wrote Melanie Orrell of Chin- “Maybe there’s another disc yet to be the secrets of the pyramids. Is it pos- KKay Kalinock of Greenback said,
coteague. “I’m not concerned with the discovered by archeologists or tourists sible that there will be a magnetic “Every day is an end of the world day.
Mayan calendar.” or a foraging animal.” change that could cause a disruption? So if you live each day doing something
Don Williams of Melfa told about his “I think it may be the end as we are Sure. No one knows what tomorrow nice for one person, it makes every day
quest for the truth. “I was fascinated used to,” said Anna Stubbs of Chin- will hold, so live each day to the fullest seem a little brighter.” She follows the
by this prediction, so in 2010 I visited coteague. “We may go over the cliff or and always choose kindness.” motto, “Live life like today is your last
the Mayan temple at Tulum, near Co- the Mayans could be right. The Bible “No!!” wrote Tana Parker of Painter. day as tomorrow may never come.”
zumel, Mexico. We were on our annual says no one knows when it will be, so “I believe in God’s word, not the Mayan
Caribbean cruise and Cozumel was the Mayans calendar might have just calendar.”
one of our ports-of-call.” ended. I am not making any plans, just “No, not preparing for the end of the
Williams wanted to know what Mex- going with the tide.” world,” said Shirley Fauber of Greenback-
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Community notes school that had been closed. Since not
all the equipment and supplies can be
Cape Charles Touts Tourism Successes
transferred, they are needed for the By Ron West on the south side of the town harbor
Exmore PD Collecting new school. Cape Charles Town Council received and adjacent to Coast Guard Station
Items for Newtown, CT Exmore Police Department has
been designated as a drop-off location
a double dose of good news last week.
Joan Prescott of the Eastern Shore
Cape Charles. Bonadeo noted that the
Planning Commission has agreed to
The Exmore Police Department will for items, including money, school sup- of Virginia Festivals – Tall Ships, and support the Conditional Use Permit
be putting together care packages for plies, hand soap and sanitizer, toys, David Shulte of the Eastern Shore (CUP) requested by the owners, South
the children of Sandy Hook, Conn., and condolence cards, disposable coffee Tourism Commission provided a bit of Port, LLC. Arcos noted that the com-
the families of the victims of the recent cups and coffee for the first responders, positive news regarding the 2012 tour- pany has invested $5 million in the
school massacre there. and anything you think could be of use. ism season and the visit in June of sev- project. Council will conduct a public
On behalf Exmore Police Depart- Exmore Police Department will be col- eral military vessels and tall ships. hearing on the CUP Jan. 10.
ment, Officer Sheena Carach contacted lecting these items until Jan. 15, 2013. Prescott reported that 7,000 to Arcos and Bonadeo provided infor-
the Newtown Social Services Depart- If you have any questions, please 9,000 people visited the town over mation regarding Phase 2 of the Com-
ment and was advised that the chil- contact Carach at Exmorepd171@ a four-day period to enjoy the events munity Trail project showing how it
dren of Sandy Hook Elementary School gmail.com or 757-709-5089. and to tour ships that were in the har- will look once completed along North
will be moving into a nearby middle bor. She noted that other towns in the Peach Street and Washington Avenue.
county also enjoyed a surge in hotel Eighty percent of the cost is funded by
and restaurant visits that was relat- federal grants authorized under the
ed to the events that were focused in Transportation Enhancement Act for
Cape Charles. Prescott said there also the 21st Century, now succeeded by
was a huge increase in the number of the Transportation Alternatives Pro-
transient boaters at the town marina gram. Twenty percent of the cost will
and Bay Creek Marina. come from local sources. The trail will
Capt. Dave Stewart, who spear- be located entirely within the existing
headed the Tall Ship visit, spoke of Virginia Department of Transporta-
the success and added that efforts are tion right-of-way. It is anticipated that
underway to schedule ship visits next construction of the project will begin
summer. next fall.
Shulte echoed the value of the ships’ Cape Charles residents and busi-
visits. In a related area, he stated that nesses moved one step closer to having
efforts are underway to attract Wat- wireless high-speed Internet service.
kins Yacht owners to hold a rendez- Council voted to issue a request for
vous in Cape Charles in May. A visit proposals for wireless services in asso-
by a dozen or more of the large vessels ciation with the Eastern Shore of Vir-
Seeking Refuge Photo by Zackrey Hoverson would attract visitors to view them at
their moorings. Shulte added that ad-
ginia Broadband Authority.
Speaking for Cape Charles Chris-
Front-end loaders stand ready to move the mountains of sand and road ditional partnerships with a variety of tian School, attorney John Burdiss
base it will take to repair the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge media groups and tourism alliances asked Council to schedule a pub-
recreation beach parking lot. They had just been used to restore park- are expected to help bring visibility to lic hearing on tax exemption for the
ing for Lot 2. the area. Expected launches at NASA school. Burdiss said the Northamp-
Wallops in the coming year could help ton County Board of Supervisors had
Like the Post On Facebook fill lodging rooms.
Dave Kabler, himself heavily in-
volved in the Tall Ship visit, spoke
voted to extend the status. If approved,
the town would refund taxes paid since
May 10, 2010, in the amount of $2,836.
of his pride in the way that the town Council agreed to schedule a public
Bundick Well & welcomed the ships, crews, and visi- hearing at its Jan. 10 meeting.
tors. “Everyone stepped up and helped Mayor Dora Sullivan addressed the
Pump Company make the events surrounding the Tall
Ships visit a success,” he said, urging
need emergency medical care once Riv-
erside Shore Memorial Hospital moves
Water & Sewage town leaders to continue with their from Nassawadox to Onley. She said
Systems tourism efforts. town leaders are seeking alternatives
Crane Service Town Manager Heather Arcos and with other healthcare providers.
Tom Bonadeo provided an update for Prior to concluding the session, Ar-
“We make our the proposed Cape Charles Yacht Cen- cos noted that the lawsuit involving
ter. The facility, as proposed, would the former Cape Charles School that
customers include boat and engine repairs, a has been brought against several
our friends” 33-boat boatel for storage of vessels, current and former town representa-
dwelling units, and a 75-ton haulout tives has been rescheduled for Jan.
442-5555 • Painter • 824-3555 capability. All of this would be placed 25 at 11 a.m.
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 9
Mile POSTS •a daughter, born to Megan
Bloxom and Roman Brady
of Chincoteague Nov. 29
•a daughter, born to Tyquanda
Births Dennis and Darius Robinson of Park-
sley Dec. 5
•a daughter, born to Anna Wilker-
son of Parksley Dec. 10
•a daughter, born to Reneka Har-
mon of Exmore Dec. 11
•a son, born to Erica Velen Cuevas
and Luis F. Garcia of Eastville Dec. 12
•a son, born to Judith Roberto and
José Juarez of Parksley Dec. 12
ts From left, Willie Holland, George McMath, H.B. Rew and Bob Bloxom
died in service to their community as
in public safety officers is the result of two
Appo of the Republican Party of Virginia and
chaired the Mid-Atlantic Regional Ad-
TriState Association of Electric Coop-
erative’s “Unsung Virginian” Award.
years of research completed by VPSF.
This list is not final. Some recent
visory Committee of the National Park deaths are not included here and it is
McMath and Rew Service. He has served as chairman State Will Memorialize likely that additional historic cases will
of numerous fund-raising campaigns, be uncovered in the coming months.
Honored by Chamber and as a member of the Board of Direc- Eastern Shore Heroes The following Eastern Shore heroes
Last Thursday, the Eastern Shore of tors and as vice president of the cham- Virginia Public Safety Foundation will be included on the memorial:
Virginia Chamber of Commerce Board ber. In 1987 he was the first recipient (VPSF) has announced the initial ros- •Kenneth Talbott Miller IV, Cape
of Directors bestowed the Lifetime of the chamber’s Small Business Per- ter of public safety heroes to be hon- Charles
Membership Award on George Mc- son of the Year award and in 1995 he ored with their engraved name at the •James A. Taylor, Cape Charles
Math and H.B. Rew during a reception received the chamber’s Outstanding Commonwealth Public Safety Memo- •Page Olley Outten, Cheriton
at the Chamber Building in Melfa. Citizen Award. rial slated for construction at Capitol •Steven Alan Colona, Melfa
This award, for outstanding dedica- Kennedy noted that Rew had worked Square in Richmond in 2013. •Milton Eugene Taylor, Parksley
tion and service to the chamber and for the betterment of the Eastern Shore The roster of 765 men and women who •John Thomas Young, Parksley.
the Eastern Shore community, has for over 50 years. He served as vice
been awarded only three times previ- president of the Eastern Shore College
ously in the chamber’s almost 60 years: Foundation and was founder of the An-
Bob Bloxom, Willie Holland and the nual Eastern Shore College Foundation
VanKesteren Farms. Golf Tournament, now in its 19th year.
McMath and Rew’s many accom- Rew is an active member of Drummond-
plishments and services were briefly town Baptist Church where he serves
outlined by the president of the Board as a deacon, moderator, and trustee and
of Directors, Dr. Terris Kennedy, who on the Finance Committee. Rew has
said, “As the Eastern Shore of Virginia served as a member and secretary of
Chamber of Commerce is preparing the Board of Trustees of Northampton-
to celebrate its 60th year, there isn’t Accomack Memorial Hospital, now Riv-
a more fitting way to bring the 59th erside Shore Memorial Hospital.
year to a close than to honor two men Dr. Kennedy said the leadership
who early on provided a vision for the and guidance Rew has contributed to Dear Mr. Hart -
Eastern Shore of Virginia Chamber the chamber cannot be overstated. He
and have been so instrumental to the was one of the founders of the East-
Leonard and I wish to thank you so much for repairing our home, which was
success of the chamber over the years.” ern Shore Seafood Festival, a major damaged in Hurricane Sandy. We are so pleased as to how quickly your workers
Recounting some of the many con- fund-raiser for the chamber for over 40 are getting us back into our house. When I came back into my house after the
tributions McMath has made, Ken- years. In addition, the concept of Har- flood, I was devastated. When I go into it now, I can finally breathe a sign of
nedy noted that he had been president vest Festival as a celebration of the relief. I am amazed what your crew can get done in a day. You are amazing! I
of Atlantic Publications, which for bounty from local harvests, one of the have told everyone — including friends and neighbors — affected by the flood
many years published dozens of com- chamber’s signature events since 1993, how great your company is. I have a very good feeling you will be getting lots of
munity and resort publications in a was Rew’s. calls from people in my area who were flooded.
five-state area; he served as chairman A successful businessman with
of the Board of Farmers & Merchants Farmers and Merchants, now PNC
God Bless you and your company and thank you so much.
Bank — now PNC Bank and the Vir- Bank, Rew served as the chambers Sincerely,
ginia Press Association. McMath was a 21st president in 1972. In 2001, he was Maude and Leonard White
member of the Virginia House of Dele- named the chamber’s Small Business Sugarhill Lane
gates for 14 years, served as chairman Person of the Year and awarded the Sanford
10 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
da, the Democratic Republic of Congo, mony to the House Committee on Inter- daughters, Sharon
Obituaries South Sudan, Nicaragua, Honduras, El
Salvador, Chechnya, Azerbaijan, Geor-
gia and North Korea. One of his great-
national Relations and has participated
on foreign relations panel discussions.
An accomplished chef, he was also
Angle (and hus-
band, Hayes) of
Silver Beach and
est joys was as director of AmeriCares’ an animal lover and connoisseur of fine Jennifer Hume of
Humanitarian Dies “Camp AmeriKids,” designed to enhance wine and food. Exmore; grandchil-
Mr. Andrew Lee “Drew” Han- lives of youth living with HIV/AIDS. Mr. Hannah is survived by his sister, dren, Hannah Dar-
nah, 62, died suddenly at his Onancock Following 9/11, Mr. Hannah co- Sterling Hannah of Charleston; and by (and husband,
home Sunday, Dec. 9, 2012. Mr. Hannah founded Bridge Foundation with Ste- his dogs, Raymond “Floyd” and Addie. Aaron), Charles,
divided his time between New Canaan, phen B. Skakel. The foundation has led There will be a remembrance cel- Scott, and Nathan-
Conn., and Onancock. missions to such disaster spots as Dar- ebration Sunday, Jan. 20, 2013, at Mal- Mr. Dixon iel Hume, and Don-
The son of the late Virginia Sterling fur Sudan, Eastern Chad, Lebanon, lards at the Wharf from 2 to 6 p.m. nie Miles (and wife, Bonnie) of Exmore.
Hannah and Andrew Lee Hannah from Afghanistan, Iraq, Congo, Gabon, Al- Memorial donations may be made to Funeral services were conducted
Charleston, S.C., he attended Notre bania, Haiti, Dominican Republic, Gre- Bridge Foundation, P.O. Box 388 New at Bethel U.M. Church in James-
Dame International High School and nada and the U.S. Gulf Coast following Canaan, CT 06840; or the Eastern ville Thursday, Dec. 13, by Rev. Judy
Virginia Military Institute and graduat- Hurricane Katrina. More recently, Mr. Shore SPCA, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA Worthington and Rev. Alex Joyner.
ed from the University of South Carolina Hannah led Bridge to facilitate relief 23418. Memory tributes may be shared Memorial donations may be made
with a bachelor of arts degree. Mr. Han- to Louisiana following Hurricane Isaac at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com to the Foodbank of the Eastern Shore,
nah spent his career leading charitable and across the New York and New Jer- Arrangements were made by Wil- 24530 Coastal Blvd., Tasley, VA 23441;
causes, serving as a non-profit executive sey after Hurricane Sandy. liams-Onancock Funeral Home. or to the SPCA of the Eastern Shore,
for more than 20 years. Prior to that, he Mr. Hannah has been interviewed P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA 23418. Family
was a contractor, building homes across by several news organizations such Jamesville Waterman Dies and friends may sign the guest book at
Colorado through the ’80s and ’90s. Mr. as The New York Times, Wall Street Mr. Charles “Pete” West, 92, of www.hollandfuneralhome.net
Hannah spent his weekends teach- Journal, Time, Newsweek and Busi- Jamesville passed away at his resi- Arrangements were made by Hol-
ing skiing to handicapped children. He ness Week. He also has appeared on dence Monday, Dec. 10, 2012. land Funeral Home in Nassawadox.
helped found the “Christmas in April “CBS Evening News,” “NBC News with The son of the late Rodger and Min-
Program” in Philadelphia (CIAP) in Tom Brokaw,” “The Today Show,” “Good nie Bell West, he served in the U.S. Army Butlers Bluff Man Dies
1988. He went on to become an execu- Morning America,” “Larry King Live,” in World War II and was a waterman. The memories everyone has of Mr.
tive with AmeriCares with missions to “The Charlie Rose Show,” FOX News Mr. West was predeceased by his wife, Roy William “Bunky” Dixon will live
Bosnia, Cuba, Kosovo, Somalia, Rwan- and CNN. Mr. Hannah provided testi- Ruby Gaskill West. He is survived by his on in stories and pictures. Being a fam-
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December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 11
ily man was his priority. Born in Lowes Dec. 13, 2012, at her residence.
Grove, N.C., on April 18, 1928, he went to A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., she was
be with the Lord on Wednesday, Dec. 12, the daughter of the late Charles F. and
2012, peacefully, in his home at Butlers Ann Jeftuch Flood. She was a retired
Bluff, where he had lived for 20 years. assistant engineer for Bell Atlantic,
Mr. Dixon is survived by his wife of and a member of Craddockville U.M.
65 years, Joyce; children, Ann Curl- Church and United Methodist Women.
ing and Timothy Dixon; seven grand- Mrs. Miller was predeceased by her
children; five great-grandchildren; husband, Glenn A. Miller; and brothers,
three great-great-grandchildren; six Thomas Flood and Michael Flood. She is
siblings; and an array of nieces and survived by her daughter, Dawn M. Usack
nephews. He was preceded in death by (and husband, George Rams) of Painter;
a sister; his son, Roy Dixon Jr.; and his sister, Patricia Kaminski (and husband,
daughter, Sidney Basnight. Frank) of New Jersey; granddaughters,
A memorial service was held at Ann O’Grady of Dublin, Ireland, and Jes-
Lower Northampton Baptist Church sica Bonati (and husband, Roger) of Long
Sunday, Dec. 16. Island, N.Y.; and great-grandchildren,
Memorial donations can be made to Lacy, Killian, Abigail, Seamus, Mandy,
the American Cancer Society, c/o Mrs. Sarah, Jonathon and Rachel.
Benjamin Mears, P.O. Box 67, Eastville, Funeral services were conducted
VA 23347. Online condolences may be of- Wednesday, Dec. 19, at Craddockville
fered at www.doughtyfuneralhome.com U.M. Church by Rev. Robert Kelly. In-
Arrangements were made by Wilkins- terment was in Belle Haven Cemetery.
Doughty Funeral Home, Cape Charles. Memorial donations may be made
to Craddockville U.M. Church, c/o June
Oyster Resident Dies Custis, P.O. Box 66, Craddockville, VA
Mrs. Audrey Lee Widgeon, 83, a
lifelong resident of Oyster, died Wednes-
day, Dec. 12, 2012, in Nassawadox.
23341. Online condolences may be of-
fered at www.doughtyfuneralhome.com
Arrangements were made by
The daughter of the late Alfred L. Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore. Holidays - a time for families and friends to gather and
and Hazel Marshall Murray, she was a make memories that last. But it can be difficult when a
homemaker and a member of Full Gos- Retired Nurse’s Aide Dies
pel Church in Bayview. Mrs. Peggy Ann Ewell, 81, of loved one is living with an advanced illness. Hospice
Mrs. Widgeon was predeceased by Greenbush, passed away at her resi- and Palliative Care of the Eastern Shore can help.
her husband, Thomas Clayton Wid- dence Friday, Dec. 14, 2012.
geon; and a sister, Leona Campbell. The daughter of the late Harry Jef-
She is survived by her daughter, Vivian ferson Kellam and Myrtle Virginia
Our compassionate care teams don’t take a holiday
Widgeon Abbott; son, Thomas C. Wid- Ayres Kellam, Mrs. Ewell was a nurse’s break. They have the heart and experience to help you
geon (and wife, Libby Ann); grandchil- aide at the former White’s Nursing and your loved one enjoy these special days in peace
dren, Sherrie Faye Pamp, Dwayne Ab- Home, a homemaker, and a member of
bott (and wife, Dorothy), Randy Fluhart Drummondtown Baptist Church. and comfort.
(and wife, Priscilla) and Roy Widgeon She was predeceased by her hus-
(and wife, Lori); 11 great-grandchil- band, Fletcher Hezekiah Ewell Jr.; and Don’t wait until after the holidays to get the help you
dren; two great-great-grandchildren; brothers, Sam and Bill. Survivors in-
and several nieces and nephews. clude her children, William Fletcher
need. Call Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern
Graveside services were conducted Ewell of Bath, Maine, Susan Ewell Shore today for information about our many services:
Saturday, Dec. 15, at Cape Charles Warren of Virginia Beach, Va., and
Cemetery by Rev. Randy Lewis and Robert Harry Ewell of Greenbush; and (757) 787-3310
Rev. Cornell Ruffin. several nieces and nephews.
Memorial donations may be made A memorial service was conducted Together, we can make these holidays
to Hospice and Palliative Care of the from Williams-Parksley Funeral Home a cherished time for all to remember.
Eastern Shore, 165 Market St., Suite Thursday, Dec. 20, by Rev. Will Baker.
3, Onancock, VA 23417. Urn interment will be held at a later
Arrangements were made by Fox date at Edgehill Cemetery in Accomac. Hospice and Palliative Care of the Eastern Shore
and James Funeral Home, Eastville. Memorial donations may be made “Your community non-profit Hospice”
to Hospice of the Eastern Shore, 165
Bell Atlantic Retiree Dies Market St., Suite 3, Onancock, VA
165 Market St, Suite 3, Onancock, VA 23417
Mrs. Geraldine Marie Miller, af- 23417. Memory tributes may be shared Serving Accomack and Northampton Counties
fectionately known as Babchi, 72, of at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com www.hpces.org
Pungoteague passed away Thursday, (Obituaries Cont’d. on Next Page)
12 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
~ Obituaries ~ dolences may be sent to the family at
gy Tilghman, P.O. Box 152, Keller, VA
23401. Online condolences may be of-
Her husband, the late Rev. Vernon M.
Bonniwell, was born in Hacks Neck
(Continued From Previous Page) Arrangements were made by fered at www.doughtyfuneralhome.com and served in the U.S. Air Force for 29
Farm Services Retiree Dies Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore. Arrangements were made by years. Following retirement from the
Doughty Funeral Home in Exmore. military, the Bonniwells lived in Illinois
Mrs. Nora Parker Bundick, 96, of Sheriff’s Office Retiree Dies before returning to the Eastern Shore.
Nassawadox, formerly of Accomac, died Mary Ann Chandler Guy, 80, of County Custodian Dies In 1988, full-time retirement from the
Saturday, Dec. 15, 2012, at Riverside Keller passed away Saturday, Dec. 15, Mrs. Lucy Wagner Sennhauser, ministry allowed Rev. and Mrs. Bon-
Shore Memorial Hospital in Nassawadox. 2012, at her residence. 50, of Machipongo died Saturday, Dec. niwell to move to Florida, living with
A native of Accomac, she was the A native of Grangeville, Va., she was 15, 2012, at home. their daughter and son-in-law, Nancy
daughter of the late Harry and Ethel the daughter of the late Richard L. and Born in West Islip, N.Y., she was the and Joe Schmidt, and lastly moving to
Parker. She was a retired office manag- Mary Drummond Chandler. She was daughter of Norman Wagner and the Vinton, Va. Following Rev. Bonniwell’s
er for ASCS Farm Services and a mem- a retired secretary for the Accomack late Mary Ann Aita Wagner. She was death in 2006, Mrs. Bonniwell moved
ber of Maranatha Baptist Church. Sheriff’s Department and a member of a custodian for Northampton County. to West Virginia, then Illinois, and for
She was predeceased by her husband, Oak Grove U.M. Church. Mrs. Sennhauser is survived by her the last three and a half months, she
Robert Felix Bundick, and is survived by Mrs. Guy is survived by her daugh- husband, James “Jim Bob” Sennhauser; made her home with her daughter and
her daughter, Sue B. Snyder (and husband, ters, Ginny Mueller, Linda Guy, Tere- children, Nicole Parks (and husband, son-in-law, Susan Van Ness and Mi-
Bobby) of Nassawadox; grandchildren, Bill sa Guy, and Kim Grewe, all of Keller; T.R.) of Belle Haven, Amanda Wagner chael, in Hopewell.
Snyder (and wife, Becky) of Groveland, Fla., granddaughter, Jessica Parks of Quin- (and companion, Mark) of Los Angeles, In addition to her two daughters
and Susan Dunton (and husband, Andy) of by; and great-grandchildren, Dylan Cal., and Michael Wagner of Boston, and their husbands, survivors in-
Nassawadox; great-grandchildren, Heath- and Joanna Parks of Quinby. Mass.; sisters, Jane Johnson (and hus- clude her sons, David Bonniwell of
er and Robbie Snyder, and Amanda Services were conducted Tuesday, band, Steve) of Citrus Heights, Cal., and Columbus, Ohio, and Robert Bonni-
and Courtney Dunton; and great-great- Dec. 18, at Oak Grove U.M. Church Margaret King (and husband, Brian) of well of Alton, Ill.; sisters, Alice Lequin,
grandson, Braxtyn Sweeney. Cemetery by former Pastor Sandra Terrel, N.C.; brothers, Fred Wagner of Margaret Schmidt and Marie Straw;
A graveside service was conducted Benson Thornton and Rev. Bobby Parks. Utah, and Paul Wagner of Troutman, grandchildren, Timothy, Mary, Laura,
Wednesday, Dec. 19, at Edge Hill Cem- Memorial donations may be made to N.C.; and two grandchildren. Kristen, Michael, Benjamin, Renee,
etery by Rev. Michael Muender. Hospice of the Eastern Shore, 165 Mar- Graveside services were conduct- Bethany, Beth Ann, Jesse and Rebecca;
Memorial donations may be made ket St., Suite 3, Onancock, VA 23417; ed Tuesday, Dec. 18, at Cape Charles great-grandchildren, Austin, Ty, Zoe,
to a charity of one’s choice. Online con- or to Oak Grove U.M. Church, c/o Peg- Cemetery by Rev. Clarence Bowen. Nathan, Serenity, Gabriel, Valerie,
Memorial donations may be made to Christian, Kasey, Camryn, Makayla,
10th ANNUAL the Eastern Shore SPCA, P.O. Box 164, Michael, Conner, Murphy and Korina;
Onley, VA 23418. nine nieces; and eleven nephews. She
SPORTSMAN’S AUCTION Arrangements were made by Fox was predeceased by a sister, Grace
Friday Feb. 22 @ 5:10 PM and James Funeral Home, Eastville. Merrill; and a brother, Paul Ulmer.
Saturday Feb. 23 @ 10:05 AM Ex-Shore Resident Dies Funeral services were conducted
Being held at the Zeb B. Barfield, Inc. from Williams-Onancock Funeral
Auction Facility Mrs. Ann Ulmer Bonniwell, 85, Home Thursday, Dec. 20, by her son-in-
of Hopewell, Va., passed away Sunday, law, Joe Schmidt. Interment was at St.
12100 Mears Station Rd., Dec. 16, 2012, at Southside Regional George’s Cemetery in Pungoteague.
Hallwood, VA 23359 Medical Center in Petersburg, Va. Memorial contributions may be
Born in Williamsport, Pa., she was made to Operation Blessing Interna-
Decoys * Firearms a daughter of the late Nelson and
Mary Fisher Ulmer. Mrs. Bonniwell
tional, P.O. Box 2636, Virginia Beach,
VA 23450 (www.ob.org). Memory trib-
Fishing Items was a former typist and homemaker; utes may be shared with the family at
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Va. Housing Development Authority For $35,000 Jo Ann Winters, 42, both of Piney
To Secretary of HUD •From Christa Kope Point, Md.
Property in Onancock To Auwanakua Farms, LLC •David George Leist, 49, and Debbie
For $87,647 Property near Finney’s Wharf Annette Yost, 44, both of Fairborn,
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Daugherty property To Thomas Clark •Richard Woodhull Terry Jr., 31,
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To William Dawson •From Christopher Pummer For $60,000 both of Willis Wharf
Bailey Neck parcel To Christopher Cain •From Wayne and Jean Bonde •Vivian Juanita Turner, 47, and
For $150,000 Crystal Beach property Michael and Tammy Malocsay Thomas Richard Voytek, 45, both of
•From Lillie Byrd & Thomas Skinner For $125,000 Chincoteague lot Middleton, Del.
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14 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
VHSL Schools Adopt 6-Class System For 2013-14
he Virginia High School League Chincoteague, Franklin, Surry County, and Amelia County in Conference 34 their district foes.
has approved a six-class system Sussex and Appomattox Governor’s with Clarke County, Madison County, However, Coach Cedric Cooper’s
that will change little in the School. Chincoteague, according to the George Mason, Strasburg, S. Jackson- team is young and were pushed by Ar-
regular season, but will affect playoffs VHSL figures, has 148 students, and Q, Luray and Page County in Con- cadia Tuesday night before responding
dramatically starting in the 2013-14 only four other schools in Virginia who ference 35. None of those schools are in the third quarter.
school year. compete in athletics have smaller en- traditional rivals for either Nandua or Nandua is taking on some stiff com-
The new system will feature six rollments. Arcadia. petition in a holiday tournament this
classes, separated by enrollment, with Schools with enrollments of at least Chincoteague plays an independent week at Norfolk Collegiate. Also in
two regions per class based on “east” 750 are 3A schools. football schedule and does not par- the tournament are Churchland and
and “west” or “north” and “south.” Bottom line, there will be more trav- ticipate in football playoffs but will Kecoughtan. It will be a good test for
Within each region, there are four con- el when it comes to playoffs, but teams compete in the 1A East for playoffs in Nandua.
ferences, which will host postseason will be more likely to play teams with other sports. A key matchup for Nandua early
tournaments to determine who makes comparable enrollments. “For the most part, the old Group A in the year will be a Jan. 7 home date
the state tournament. Northampton and Nandua, both schools are now 1A and 2A,” said Re- with Broadwater. The Vikings defeated
In football, there will be no confer- strong in soccer, could compete for sep- ese, while the old Group AA schools are Northampton by 20 early in the year.
ence tournament — just a 32-team arate state titles because they are not now 3A and 4A. The largest schools, It should be an evenly contested
bracket-style tournament for each lumped together in the playoff system, which used to be Group AAA, are 5A matchup that will feature what are
class to determine a state champion — although they will continue to be dis- and 6A.” now the two best boys’ hoop teams on
the same as this past year. trict rivals. Rich Wilfong, athletic director at the Shore.
“It may take some getting used to,” In football, although there is no Northampton High School, is not a fan If you enjoy high-school basketball,
said Gary Reese, athletic director at tournament involved, Manassas Park, of the new classification. this will be a good one to mark on your
Nandua High School. “We will have our which defeated Nandua this year in “We would rather keep our tradition- calendar.
district schedules pretty much as we the playoffs, is now a 3A team because al ties with Arcadia and Northampton Among the girls, I am impressed
have in the past, but a district cham- its enrollment is above 750. than have to travel long distances to with the Northampton team, who can
pionship really means nothing now. On the other hand, Essex, a pow- play teams in our conference,” said get double-digit scoring from at least
Our district tournaments would decide erhouse in football, is a 1A team with Wilfong. “I have been working with the five players.
an Eastern Shore champion but mean an enrollment of 467 that Northamp- VHSL for over 40 years, and I think The Lady Jackets have easily de-
nothing when it comes to advancing to ton would have to contend with in the this is the dumbest thing they have feated their district opponents in run-
the playoffs.” playoffs, but not Nandua and Arcadia. ever done. There is no level of bureau- ning their record to 6-0. In addition to
Imagine this if you can. Arcadia King and Queen, Mathews, Middle- cracy that goes with the plan, and it balanced scoring, no team can match
and Nandua are now 2A teams in sex, West Point and Charles City — will stretch our athletic budgets for the Jackets’ rebounding and depth off
Conference 33 with King William, teams that played Shore schools this meetings and games.” the bench.
Windsor Bruton and Maggie Walker. year — all fall into the 1A East in Con- To see where all the schools in Vir- Coach Leo Owens has his team
Some remember Maggie Walker as a ference 42 and will be among Northamp- ginia are going, visit the VHSL website clicking on all aspects of the game.
powerhouse in athletics that dominat- ton’s foes for a playoff position. at www.vhsl.org/doc Their toughest test thus far was a
ed Richmond city schools. But today In addition to Essex in Conference 5-point win over Broadwater at the Vi-
Maggie Walker is a governor’s school, 43 in 1A East, there is Lancaster, Nor- Random Thoughts king gym. There will be a rematch in
some three hours away from the East- thumberland, Washington and Lee and on the Hoop Season Eastville on Jan. 16.
ern Shore. Rappahannock County, other teams Schools will be taking a break until That should be another good game.
The enrollment level for 2A teams that played Shore schools in football early in the year when the games be-
is 475 students and above. Nandua the past year. gin in earnest again. A Quick Note on Wrestling.
and Arcadia are each listed by the Schools that are included in 2A East The Nandua boys have emerged Northampton, as expected, is having
VHSL as having 587 students. But and will be included in playoff compe- as the dominant basketball team in a strong wrestling season under Coach
Northampton, with a VHSL listing of tition with Nandua and Arcadia are the Shore District with their superior Will Leland. But Nandua is developing
460 students, falls below that level and Brunswick, Greensville, Bluestone, height and depth. The Warriors have rapidly under second-year head coach
is a 1A school in Conference 41 with Goochland, Nottoway, Prince Edward registered double-digit wins over all Nathan Metzger.
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 15
weeks remaining in the deer hunting pongo and the Foodbank in Tasley. given out yearly since 1987 to entering
season and there remains a strong The program has matching money freshmen graduating from local high
Basketball Sign-ups need for this nutritious product at the available for donations from business- schools.
The Chincoteague High School Ath- foodbank. Since the program began es, civic groups and other organizations. Tickets are available from Bundick
letic Boosters are holding sign-ups locally in 1997, over 4,500 deer have The program is a 501c3 and donations Well and Pump, Accomack Farm Bu-
for the upcoming Youth Basketball been donated. This amounts to over are tax-deductible. The organization reau in Accomac, Northampton Farm
League season. Anyone ages 5-15 may 135,000 pounds of processed meat. may be selected on the local United Way Bureau in Eastville, Bayside Reha-
sign up at the Hampton Inn between 9 The program enables hunters to donation form. Donations may be made bilitation in Belle Haven and Parksley,
a.m. and 9 p.m. through today, Dec. 21. donate a field-dressed deer to be pro- out to Hunters for the Hungry, P.O. Box and HW Drummond in Belle Haven,
The cost is $30 for the first child and cessed into ground meat that is distrib- 1702, Parksley, VA 23421. For informa- Greenbush, and Oak Hall.
$10 for each sibling. uted through Eastern Shore Foodbank tion or to help with the organization, For questions, contact Worth Saun-
and Lighthouse Ministries. It costs $45 call the local director, Worth Saunders ders, chapter president, at 757-710-
Deer Donations to process a deer, the expense paid by at 665-4517 or 757-710-0049, or email 0049 or email@example.com
local fund-raising. With a per-deer fee, firstname.lastname@example.org
Down This Season hunters are encouraged to donate larg- Weight Loss
The Eastern Shore Chapter of er deer to further processing dollars Boating Skills Program by NP&R
Hunters for the Hungry has seen a and yield per deer. Deer donors are not
reduction of deer turned into the pro- required to pay any of the processing Course Jan. 31 Northampton Parks and Recre-
gram this year. This reduction mirrors costs at drop off, but funds will be ac- A Boating Skills and Seamanship ation Community Weight Loss Support
the reduction seen at the state level for cepted if they choose to donate. Class will begin Jan. 31 at the Cap- Group, located at Indiantown Park, will
donations. The processor this year is Brent tain’s Cove Marina Club in Greenback- conduct a 12-week program for adults
The goal for this year is 200 deer Powell in Wachapreague (787-7107). ville. Classes will be held from 7 to 9 every Tuesday Jan. 8 through March 6
and the program has had 96 deer pro- There are refrigerated collection coolers p.m. Monday and Thursday. starting at 5 p.m.
cessed to date. There are only a few at B&B Convenience Store in Machi- Successful completion of this class The first half of the meeting will
will entitle students to their boating be geared toward nutrition and the
safety education card which is required second half will focus on exercise. The
by those age eligible to operate a per- cost to join is $15 per person for the 12-
sonal water craft or a boat in Virginia. week program.
The class is sponsored by U.S. For more information, call 678-0468
Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 12-06 or 757-990-0025.
Pre-registration is required no later Captain’s Course
than Jan. 11. Contact J. Conquest at
jeconquest@verizon. net at Wachapreague
A Captain’s Course will be held at
Virginia Tech Wachapreague Firehouse Jan. 4, 5, 6,
11, 12, 13, 18, and 19 on Fridays from
Oyster Roast Jan. 12 5 to 10 p.m., and Saturdays and Sun-
Full Service Bookkeeping The Eastern Shore Chapter of the days from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The test will
& Virginia Tech Alumni Association will be administered on Jan. 20. The cost of
hold its Annual Oyster Roast Jan. 12 $750 includes books and test.
Tax Preparation at the Accomac Elks Lodge. The event Contact Barney Rowe at 888-598-
Authorized IRS e-file provider will start at 4 p.m. for socializing; food 9598 or email@example.com for
will be served at 5 p.m. The ticket in- more details.
Now offering 2 Locations: cludes seafood and other food, bever-
11 Kerr Street - Onancock
ages and dessert. Indoor Soccer Sign-Up
The tickets are $30 in advance and An indoor soccer league will play
33453 Chincoteague Rd - Wallops Island
$35 at the door. There will be $10 tick- from mid-January through late March.
(Chincoteague Resort Realty Office)
ets for prospective high-school stu- The league has two divisions, ages 7
PLEASE CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT dents, who will have the opportunity to 9 and 10 to 14 (or through the eighth
to meet with a representative from the grade). All matches will be played on
school. Only 200 tickets will be sold Sunday afternoons at Nandua.
and the event usually sells out. To sign up or for more information,
Proceeds will benefit the fund for call 787-7415 or 787-7625 or email
local scholarships, which have been firstname.lastname@example.org
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Broadwater Drops Chinco 79-42 as Riopel Scores 1,000th Point
Photos and story by Bill Sterling Riopel, who made All-Conference as
Michael Riopel scored his 1,000th a freshman and sophomore in addition
point in the first half as Broadwater to being second-team All-State last
defeated Chincoteague 79-42 in hoop year, is a 6’, 4” point guard who plays
action Friday night at the Viking gym. forward on defense.
Only a junior, Riopel has a season Matt McCaskill led the Broadwater
and a half to add to his total, although team Friday with 22 points, while Rio-
the school record of 1,994 points held pel added 14.
by Philip Smith is likely out of reach. On Thursday, Broadwater fell to At-
“I’ve coached Michael since he was lantic Shores 67-58 as Brendon Bur-
6 years old, starting in the recreation rows scored 23 and Riopel added 17.
league and then in school ball,” said “We got down by 14 after the first
Broadwater coach Eddie Spencer. “He quarter, but played better and cut the
is a pleasure to coach. He is always lead to 8 by half,” said Broadwater
working on his game.” coach Eddie Spencer.
Broadwater’s Brendon Burrows, 12, reaches for a rebound in Friday
night’s win over Chincoteague as Matt McCaskill, 10, who led the team
with 22 points, keep his eye on the ball.
Broadwater’s Claire Rew, 11, is defended by Chincoteague’s Aspen
Bowden in Friday’s 51-22 Viking win at Exmore.
Viking Girls Win Pair of Hoop Tilts
The Broadwater girls’ hoop team of starters and subs in two squads
won a pair of games last week, defeat- for most of the game as nine Vikings
ing Atlantic Shores 42-34 Thursday scored, led by Lewis with 14, Katie
night on the road and then stopping Wendell with 9, and Rachel Fox and
Chincoteague 51-22 Friday at home. Rew with 8 each. Chelsea Pitts led
Against Atlantic Shores, the Lady Vi- Chincoteague with 11 points.
kings opened up a 10-7 first-quarter lead “I tried to give everyone equal time
and eventually held a 12-point lead after tonight,” said Coach Dodd after the
three quarters before winning by 8. game. “We are working to get in better
Kathleen Kraft and Kristen Lewis shape and have some depth.” Dodd not-
had 14 points each, while Claire Rew ed that Kinsley Hall had an outstand- Michael Riopel, 1, accepts a basketball from Broadwater assistant
added 10. Mattie Soto led Atlantic ing game with eight rebounds. coach Curt Smith in recognition of scoring 1,000 points in his career.
Christian with 17 points. The Broadwater girls don’t play The 1,000th point came in the first half of a 79-42 win over Chinco-
In the win over Chincoteague, Vi- again until Jan. 3 when they host Isle teague at home Friday night. Looking on is head coach Eddie Spencer
king coach Ralph Dodd played a mix of Wight at 7 p.m. and teammate Wesley Shrieves.
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 19
Nandua Girls Top Arcadia 53-15; Boys Also Win
The Nandua girls’ basketball team
used balanced scoring and a suffocat- Arcadia Boys, Girls
ing defense to stop Arcadia 53-15 Tues-
day night at the Warrior gym.
Get First Wins
Thursday night the Arcadia boys
Khadijah Robinson scored 16 points easily topped Chincoteague 68-28 for
and Derrica Toppin and Jennifer Spicer their first win of the season as Tyler
added 12 each as the Lady Warriors took Major scored 16 and Tyler Warner
a 28-10 halftime lead and then outscored chipped in with 13 points. Bryant Sav-
the Firebirds 15-2 in the third quarter. age led Chincoteague with 16 points.
Deshell Johnson had 6 points and The Arcadia girls’ varsity basket-
Lili Tuialuuluu added 5 for Arcadia. ball team got its first win Thursday
“We have been working on the ba- night with a 50-22 victory over Chin-
sics,” said Nandua coach Kim Giddens. coteague. Lili Tuialuuluu-Mohler had
“We have a couple of players injured a game-high 17 points for Arcadia.
and are very young, playing mostly Deshell Johnson added 14 for the Lady
freshmen and sophomores, but the Firebirds. The leading scorer for Chin-
girls are working hard.” coteague was Chelsea Pitts with 13.
Warrior Boys Get Northampton Girls
Pair of Wins Remain Unbeaten
Trayvon Snead scored 20 points to The Northampton girls’ basketball
lead Nandua to a 69-48 win over the squad maintained its unbeaten record
Northampton boys’ hoops team Thurs- at 5-0 with a 53-27 win over Nandua
day night at the Warrior gym. Thursday night at the Jacket gym.
Nandua trailed by 1 point at half Kesi Harmon and Brianna Williams
and took a 4-point lead entering the had 13 points each for the Jackets,
third quarter before outscoring the while Katelyn Weber added 9 points.
Jackets 26-9 in the fourth quarter. Whitney Metz and Jateria Harmon
Darius Holden added 16 points for added 8 points each. Kesi and Jateria
Nandua, with Tre’Darius Kellam scor- Harmon combined for 34 rebounds for
ing 12. Holden also led the team in as- the Lady Jackets.
Lili Tuialuuluu of Arcadia, 31, is guarded closely by Nandua’s Jakoriah
sists with 6, and Kellam led the War- Coach Leo Owens said he is pleased
Wise, 34, and Ciara Bailey, 50, in action Tuesday night at the Warrior
riors with 14 rebounds. Snead barely with the team’s depth, with different
gym. Nandua won 53-15.
missed a double-double with nine re- Lady Jackets taking turns leading in
bounds and also had four assists. scoring.
Rovonte Rogers led Northampton For Nandua, Derrica Toppin had 11 Southampton Monday night on the Coach Jay Savage said the Pony
with 14, Zeb Carter had 11 and Jab points, while Khadija Robinson scored road. point guard, Barrett Whealton, fouled
Onley finished with 10. 10 points. The Jackets jumped to a 15-1 lead out with four minutes remaining, then
On Tuesday, Nandua defeated Arca- Whitney Metz scored 16 points, in- after one quarter. Alex Magee fouled out with just over
dia 64-45 after trailing by 1 at half. cluding two 3-pointers and nine steals, “Defensive pressure was the key two minutes left.
“We attacked the paint in the third to lead Northampton to a 20-point win to our win,” said Northampton coach
quarter and got some open inside shots,” over Southampton on Monday at the Wayne Bell. “We were able to force
said Nandua coach Cedric Cooper. “Ar- Indian gym. turnovers by implementing defensive
cadia controlled the tempo in the first
half, but we used our superior height to
Shyneqwa Warren had 11 points,
including three 3-pointers, and Kesi
pressure. We need to continue to work
on free throws. As a team, we were 4
If you would like
our advantage in the second half.”
The first quarter was a high-scoring
Harmon added 8 points, 13 rebounds
and two blocks. Katlyn Weber scored
of 10 from the line. We also committed
fewer turnovers and did a better job your ad to run in
affair with Arcadia holding a 19-16 8 points, including one 3-pointer, and protecting the ball,” added Bell.
lead. The Firebirds led 28-27 at half
before Nandua stormed to a 22-6 ad-
Jateria Harmon had 15 rebounds and
With a 22-point lead after three
quarters, Northampton had the game
the Post’s new
vantage in the third quarter.
Issac Taylor had a double-double Jacket Boys Get under control in the fourth quarter.
with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Tray- Road Win Ponies Fall to SC
von Snead had 13 points, while Mon- The Chincoteague boys lost a 56- call
trae Armstrong added 12. Jab Onley led his team with 16 35 decision to Salisbury Christian
For Arcadia, Tyler Warner scored 15
and Jahab Triggs added 11.
points and Zeb Carter had 11 to lead
Northampton to a 47-33 win over
Monday night. Bryant Savage had 16
points to lead the Ponies.
20 • EastErn shorE Post • DEcEmbEr 21, 2012
First Team All-State
Logan Holland Adam Bowen Austin White Jon McClaskey Preston Wesley Shrieves
Center Running Back Defensive Line Linebacker Richardson Punt Returner
Second First Team All-State
All-State Cross Country, First
Michael Riopel Robert Fritz
Brendon Ben Holland
Quarterback Wide Receiver Linebacker
Volleyball Kristen Lewis
Broadwater Lands 6 on All-State VISAA Team; 4 Make Second Team
The Broadwater football team, which Austin White, Defensive Line one touchdown, adding eight touch- Robert Fritz, Linebacker
had a 9-2 record and advanced to the White, a senior captain, led the team downs on the ground with 491 yards on Fritz, a junior who had 87 tackles,
Virginia Independent School Athletic from his defensive end position in sacks 57 carries and two more touchdowns on moved from linebacker to defensive line
Association state championship game, with seven and tackles for loss, 22, 11 receptions. “Wesley was an outstand- and made 61 tackles and blocked two
landed six players on the first team All- among 71 solo tackles. White blocked ing receiver with excellent hands,” said extra points in the last six games. “Rob-
State squad and four more on the sec- three punts and an extra point. “Austin Palmer. ert will be a key returnee next year,”
ond team. The Vikings narrowly lost the was an exceptional outside force play- said Coach Palmer.
state title game 17-14 to Blessed Sacra- er,” said Coach Palmer SeConD teAM
ment, Huguenot. Lewis Named All-State
Following are the Broadwater play- Jonathan McClaskey, Linebacker Brendon Burrows, Running Back
ers named to the first and second team A senior captain, McClaskey led the and Kicker Cross Country
VISAA All-State unit. team with 122 solo tackles from his Burrows, a 6’-2”, 235-pound junior, Kristen Lewis, a senior at Broad-
linebacker position. “Jonathan had ex- gained 1,007 yards and scored 17 touch- water Academy, has been selected first
FiRSt teAM cellent technique as a defender, great downs as a runner and made 50 of 58 team cross-country All-State in the Vir-
instincts as a linebacker and was our PATs and two of three field goals. Palm- ginia Independent School Athletic As-
Logan Holland, Center defensive MVP,” said Coach Palmer. er calls Burrows “a big, strong back who sociation and first team All-Conference
A 6’-4”, 285-pound center, Holland averaged over 10 yards per carry run- in the Metro Conference. Lewis was
was a dominating offensive lineman Preston Richardson, tight end ning inside.” the runner-up in the Metro Conference
who was the team’s best blocker and “a Richardson had 29 receptions for cross country meet and then finished
coach on the field,” according to Coach 315 yards and two touchdowns from Ben Holland, Quarterback 19th in the VISAA state meet.
Noble Palmer. Holland, a senior, served his tight end position, but also rushed Holland amassed 1,190 yards on 93 “She finished up a spectacular ca-
as the team’s captain. for 214 yards on 23 carries and a touch- completions with a 52 percent comple- reer in which running was actually her
down as a running back. He averaged tion rate. A junior, Holland was called secondary sport, with volleyball being
Adam Bowen, Running Back 10.9 yards per catch and 9.3 yards a by Palmer “a team leader who played her primary one. Next year, she looks
A junior running back, Bowen aver- carry. “Preston was a powerful blocker,” the season with a broken hand.” to continue her running career in col-
aged over 10 yards per carry and scored said Palmer. lege where she will undoubtedly be suc-
17 touchdowns on the ground and had Michael Riopel, Wide Receiver cessful,” said Broadwater cross country
two more scores as a receiver. “Adam Wesley Shrieves, Punt Returner Riopel, a junior, averaged 15.5 yards coach Eric Hack.
has great vision and was an exceptional Shrieves, a junior running back who on 37 catches and scored seven touch- Lewis was also the lone Lady Viking
inside and outside runner,” said Coach returned punts and kickoffs, averaged downs. Coach Palmer said Riopel “made to be named to the first team All-Metro
Palmer. 30 yards on punt returns and scored several difficult catches in a crowd.” Conference volleyball squad.
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 21
Nandua Defeats Two
Last Wednesday the Nandua wres- dina (220) scored a major decision vic-
tling team defeated King and Queen tory with an 11-2 victory.
75-6 and Mathews 45-27. “This was a big win for the team,”
Scoring pins against King and said Coach Metzger. “Nandua hasn’t
Queen were Maurice Tolliver (152), beaten Mathews in wrestling in
David Wright (160), Brian Wade (170), about seven years, so it felt good to
Trevor Wessells (195) and scoring a take home that win. The losses that
win by a 4-3 decision was Jacob Steele we did take throughout the match
(182). were all hard- fought and very well
“King and Queen, a second-year pro- could have gone our way. I am very
gram, wrestled a hard battle all match proud of how we competed against
but couldn’t keep up with my improv- both squads.”
ing team,” said Nandua coach Nathan Over the weekend, the Nandua Maurice Tolliver of Nandua (left) placed first in the 152-pound weight
Metzger. “Our only loss came at the Warriors competed in a tournament class at the Parkside Wrestling Tournament last week in Salisbury, Md.
220 weight class with Mathew Tyler at Parkside High School in Mary-
falling in a close battle in which he got land. Overall, Nandua placed sev-
caught in a head lock in the second pe- enth out of nine teams, but did have Stories
riod while being up 6-5.” five people place on the podium. & photos
Scoring pins against Mathews were Matt Bull (106), Thomas Reid (138), by Bill Sterling
Ira Merritt (120), Maurice Tolliver Brian Wade (170) and Jonas McCro-
(152), and David Wright (160). Thomas rie all placed fourth at the tourna-
Reid (138) scored his first career tech- ment, while Maurice Tolliver (152) Zach Sepelak of
nical decision victory 22-7. Josh Me- placed first. Arcadia (on top)
and Josh Medina
in the 220-pound
Northampton division wrestle
to a 9-8 overtime
Wrestlers Fourth decision won
by Sepelak in a
Smith Island Cakes at Parkside dual meet
Wednesday - Friday 9am-4pm between Arcadia
Saturday 9am-2pm Down three starters because of in- and Nandua
(Lunch) jury or illness, Northampton placed Wednesday at
fourth among nine teams in a wres- the Warrior gym.
Lunch Specials Daily tling tournament at Parkside, Md., Nandua won the
last weekend. match 51-27.
At Least 2 Soups Daily Placing in the tournament were Full results
Casey Paglia - first, Raul Gildo - first, will appear
Holidays are coming. Charlie Demarino - second, Malik Mc- next week.
Pies, rolls, dessert trays Caskill - third, Alan Killebrew - third,
& much more! Justin Elting - third, Mitchell Pidgeon
Becca’s 6” Smith Island
- third, and Sammy Pineda - fourth.
In the junior varsity portion of the
Blues, Caps Win Pair in ESSHL Action
event, placing first were Steven Wilson, The Blues and Capitals won both of scored along with teammates Ste-
Cakes now available at the Arturo Gildo, and Aaron Ellmann. Plac- their games in Sunday’s action in the ven Sharo, Danny Miller and Nathan
Wine Rack!! ing second was Tyler Handwerk. Plac- Eastern Shore Street Hockey League. Metzger in a 5-1 win over the Whalers.
ing third were CRCA Ruffin, John Cur- The Caps hold a 3-point lead over the Hurricane coach Allen Underwood
Gift Certificates ry, Luke Conrow and Baxter Wescoat. Whalers in the Bayside Conference posted a shutout in a 4-0 win over the
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Assateague Beach L 8:50 a.m. L 9:52 a.m. L 10:52 a.m. L 11:44 a.m. L 12:29 p.m. L 1:09 p.m. L 1:46 p.m.
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Folly Creek L 9:15 a.m. L 10:17 a.m. L 11:17 a.m. L 12:09 p.m. L 12:54 p.m. L 1:34 p.m. L 2:11 p.m.
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Quinby inlet L 8:19 a.m. L 9:21 a.m. L 10:21 a.m. L 11:13 a.m. L 11:58 a.m. L 12:38 p.m. L 1:15 p.m.
H 2:56 p.m. H 3:53 p.m. H 4:45 p.m. H 5:32 p.m. H 6:08 a.m. H 6:50 a.m. H 7:31 a.m.
Machipongo L 8:54 a.m. L 9:56 a.m. L 10:56 a.m. L 11:48 a.m. L 12:33 p.m. L 1:13 p.m. L 1:50 p.m.
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Tangier sound Light L 12:59 p.m. L 1:59 p.m. L 2:53 p.m. L 3:41 p.m. L 4:23 p.m. L 5:01 p.m. L 5:37 p.m.
H 6:59 a.m. H 7:58 a.m. H 8:52 a.m. H 9:40 a.m. H 10:23 a.m. H 11:03 a.m. H 11:40 a.m.
Muddy Creek L 1:54 p.m. L 2:54 p.m. L 3:48 p.m. L 4:36 p.m. L 5:18 p.m. L 5:56 p.m. L 6:32 p.m.
A guard shore
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H 6:37 a.m. H 7:36 a.m. H 8:30 a.m. H 9:18 a.m. H 10:01 a.m. H 10:41 a.m. H 11:18 a.m.
Onancock Creek L 1:19 p.m. L 2:19 p.m. L 3:13 p.m. L 4:01 p.m. L 4:43 p.m. L 5:21 p.m. L 5:57 p.m.
H 6:06 p.m. H 6:55 a.m. H 7:49 a.m. H 8:37 a.m. H 9:20 a.m. H 10:00 a.m. H 10:37 a.m.
Pungoteague Creek L 12:37 p.m. L 1:37 p.m. L 2:31 p.m. L 3:19 p.m. L 4:01 p.m. L 4:39 p.m. L 5:15 p.m.
H 5:27 p.m. H 6:16 a.m. H 7:10 a.m. H 7:58 a.m. H 8:41 a.m. H 9:21 a.m. H 9:58 a.m.
Occohan. Creek L 12:14 p.m. L 1:14 p.m. L 2:08 p.m. L 2:56 p.m. L 3:38 p.m. L 4:16 p.m. L 4:52 p.m.
H 4:51 p.m. H 5:50 p.m. H 6:34 a.m. H 7:22 a.m. H 8:05 a.m. H 8:45 a.m. H 9:22 a.m.
nassawadox Creek L 10:59 a.m. L 11:59 a.m. L 12:53 p.m. L 1:41 p.m. L 2:23 p.m. L 3:01 p.m. L 3:37 p.m.
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Photos by Linda Cicoira
December 21, 2012 • eastern shore Post • 25
Last Week’s Answers
December 21, 2012 • EastErn shorE Post • 26
FRIDAY H10 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - SATURDAY H9 a.m. - Zumba Class - Chin-
Dec. 21 Sage Restaurant, Onley - 442-2474
H6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery
Group mtg. - Family Life Center, Onancock -
Dec. 22 coteague YMCA - $5 - 336-3535
H9 a.m.-5 p.m. - Hair Cuts to
Benefit Rebecca Eberts & Rhonda Greer
Meal/$6 or $10/family
H7 p.m. - Life Teach Series - Rachel/ Leah Cov-
enant Ministries Center - 787-2486
- Vanity Hair Salon & Spa, 27 Market St., Onan-
cock - No appt. needed. - $10 wet or dry cut (no Dec. 21 - 27
styling or blow drying) - donations appreciated
H7 p.m. - Christmas Lights Contest - Bloxom H10 a.m. - Santa Claus is Coming To Town -
- Have your lights on by 7 p.m. when judging will Bloxom - Santa will travel through the streets of SUnDAY H2 p.m. - Christmas Concert -
begin. Hallwood and Bloxom, ending at the Bloxom Fire New Allen Memorial AME Church
H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Downing’s Methodist
Dept. - 1 p.m.: Join Santa at the Fire House. H2:30 p.m. - Bingo - Vietnam Veter-
Church, Oak Hall H7 p.m. - Christmas Service - First Baptist ans’ Bldg., Main St., Onley
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) - Church, Cape Charles H7 p.m. - Christmas Program - Hall’s Chapel
Exmore Moose Lodge, Belle Haven H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co. Church, Sanford - Pastor Freddie Ward
H7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal H7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal Church,
Church, 66 Market St., Onancock Eastville
MonDAY CHRISTMAS EVE
Dec. 24 H2 p.m. - Christmas Eve Concert - Oak Grove UMC, 30053 H7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack
Seaside Rd., Melfa - All are welcome. WeDneSDAY mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley
Dec. 26 Hnoon - AA mtg. - United Methodist Church,
75 Market St., Onancock
H2 p.m. - E.S. Brain Injury Survivors Exercise & Support
TUeSDAY MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM ALL OF US Group mtg. - No Limits, Belle Haven - 442-9334
Dec. 25 AT THE EASTERN SHORE POST H4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Library
H7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH, Nassawadox
H7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter Vol. Fire Co.
Bicycle, Coat, and Toy Drive
The Accomack County Parks and Recreation Department is col-
lecting new and slightly used coats, toys, and bicycles. These items THURSDAY H9 a.m.-1 p.m. - Veterans’ Employment Representative
will be donated to citizens of the Eastern Shore. Dec. 27 Available - Chincoteague Town Office
Items can be dropped off at WESR, Rose’s at Four Corners in On- H10:30 a.m. - Story Time - Cape Charles Memorial Library
ley, Gidden’s Do Drop Inn in Weirwood, or Accomack County Parks H10:30 a.m. - Children’s Story Hour - E.S. Public Library, Accomac
and Recreation Office in Accomac. H2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - library, Nassawadox
Bicycles will be distributed at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 22. New H6 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Zion Baptist Church, Social Hall, Parksley - 787-2903
and slightly used coats are available at the Parks and Recreation H6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, 109 Plum St., Cape Charles
office from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. H6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis’ Club of Chincoteague mtg. - St. Andrew’s Catholic Church
This activity is co-sponsored by WESR, Saxis Fire Dept., and H6:30 - 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC, Melfa
Parksley Fire Dept. For additional information contact 787-3900 H7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Painter Garrisons UMC
Hunters for the Hungry Look for Deer Donations Northampton Parks and Recreation
The E.S. Chapter of the Hunters for the Hungry has seen a reduction of deer turned into
the program to the date this year. The goal for this year is 200 deer and only 96 deer have
Offers New Classes
Northampton Parks and Recreation will offer a weight loss
been processed to date. Since there are only a few weeks left of deer hunting season, there is
support group at Indiantown Park in Eastville. This twelve-
a strong need to receive more deer to donate to the local Food Bank.
week program for adults will be every Tuesday beginning Jan-
Hunters can donate a field dressed deer to be processed into ground meat to be distributed
uary 8 through March 6, at 5 p.m. The first half of the meeting
through the Food Bank and Lighthouse Ministries. It costs $45 per deer to process, which is
will be geared towards nutrition and the second half will be
covered by local fundraising. Deer donors are not required to pay any of the processing costs,
geared towards exercise.
but funds will be accepted if they chose to.
Joining fees are only $15 per person for the entire twelve-
The processor this year is Brent Powell in Wachapreague (787-7107.) There are refrigerat-
week program. For more information call 678-0468 or 990-0025.
ed collection coolers at B&B Convenience Store in Machipongo and the Food Bank in Tasley.
Northampton Parks and Recreation will offer line dancing
Monetary donations may be made out to “Hunters for the Hungry”, P.O. Box 1702, Park-
classes at Indiantown Park in Eastville every Wednesday at 7
sley, VA 23421. For more information call the local director, Worth Saunders, at 665-4517 or
p.m. beginning January 2. Fees are $5 per person at the door.
710-0049, or email email@example.com.
Contact the Parks and Recreation office at 678-0468.
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for all of the love assistant for Northern A/C w/reverse cycle heat, for church/bingo parlor; ramps. 442-2450 or 710-7582. cludes furniture and decore.
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that have helped erty: 20 hours a week. Send sleeps 6, 2 custom canvases, ing facility; senior citizen - Like brand new with mu- neW church - 2&3BR
us so much over the resumes to A.B.C., P.O. Box much more. 787-3454 activity center; church hall; sic and vibrations. $75. Call mobile homes for rent.
517, Onley, VA 23418 19’ cruise craft - Call child care; dance studio; 757-854-1637. $500-550/mo. Sec. dep. re-
months. Thank you 757-787-3870. gym; woodworking shop; contractors’ spe- quired. Vouchers accepted.
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h.p. yamaha 2-stroke ter; Internet business; bar two-panel int. doors 3 @ 3/0 mobile home parts
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Capt. Tom’s Oyster Floats ing $8,000 OBO. Pot puller shipping business; offices. R/H. List price $255 - $500 bile homes. Dreamland
custom made on the East- included. 757-678-6226. Put your business here! takes all 4. 302-1325 Homes, Rt. 13, Accomac,
ern Shore. Spat/Supplies/ ’77 20’ penn yan Boat. call 757-678-7630. neW vogue prima: VA. 787-2823
Instructions (757)710-0279 Hard top. Tunnel drive. No pocomoke, md. - 5,500 Above-ground pool. 24’ rent - lots and mobile
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Transmission OK. $1,295 ed, secure– one of two best Must be moved. $2,950 neer Court. Newly reno-
al assistant - Someone
Boats, Etc. or trade. 787-4136 built bldgs. in town. Per- OBO. 757-709-0409 vated, W/D hookup. Clean,
2005 22 ft. trophy fect for offices or one user, quiet area. Call Carl at
1960 glasspar sea-
w/clerical skills, well-versed
in Quickbooks, bookkeeping fair sedan - (Ck. pics
pro - W/A, 150 h.p. Mer- w/ parking. $6.50/ sq. ft.
Mobile Homes 410-262-3070.
cury Saltwater, color d.f./ Why rent When you
skills. 3 days a week. Please on Google.) ‘92 Force 90 g.p.s., Bimini cover & full 2br & 3br mobile can buy for as lit-
respond to email address:
h.p., ‘95 Loadrite, new tires,
bearings, rollers (16), piv-
cockpit enclosure. 1 new Feed/Seed homes for rent -
Northern Accomack Coun-
tle as $250 doWn? Call
batt., seat covers, exc. cond., 302-846-9100 for more de-
ots, u-bolts, etc. Powerwinch $19, 500. 304-671-1879. horse hay - $5 per bale. ty. Sec. 8 approved. Call tails.
accounting/bookkeeper/ rebuilt, flooring is done,
business manager 30’ sportscraft 300 straW - $3.50 per bale. 757-710-8894. arriving on our
fir & yellow pine stringers Sea Eagle. Updated 350 Call 757-824-3930 or call this Week only! lot: used homes
for a local business. and ribs. Epoxy fiberglass
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construction, cypress deck. At Summer’s Cove Ma- homes and $5,000 off single- come, first serve!! Call
p.o. box 517
New: seats, pedestals, bat-
tery, switch, starter. Trim
rina, Crisfield. Reduced to Firewood For Sale section homes!! Call today 302-846-9100.
onley, va 23418 $10,000 OBO. Selling due to set an appointment for Why Wait for tax
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cable tv installers ESVA. $1,950. 665-4037 sports man - I/O 350 Call 678-2566. required or the deed to your you with your tax returns.
& help desk techni- 17 ft. center con- eng. - full canvas “like new” land. 302-846-9100. Call 302-846-9100.
cians - Bay Creek Com-
munications is now looking
sole pro-line - w/ 115
h.p. Johnson. Great shape!
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’97 trailer rebuilt, exc. cond.
for a few talented individu- 757-710-6459 $8,500. 757-710-0275
als. Experience is a plus, ’83 chris-craft - 31’ aging into medicare?
but will train the right Commander, flying bridge, let us help you.
people. Must have valid twin Tamd 41 Volvo diesel, call mccaleb-metzler
driver’s license. Full- and low hours, all new electronics, 800-442-6187
part-time positions avail- off shore fishing gear avail- For Display
able. Visit www.baycrk.com able. $17,000. 757-999-0002
1999 Johnson out-
for more information.
board - 115 h.p. $1800. Advertising or Lawn & Garden
Can be demoed. Good con-
Need To Hire dition. 757-442-1345
2010 John deere rid-
ing moWer model
Staff For Your
1989 atlantic 16 ft.
Insert Pricing la175 – 54” cut, 26 h.p.
center console w/ motor, 40 hrs., exc. cond.,
year 2000 Load Rite trail-
Business? Put er, no motor. $1,500. Call
CALL TROY AT
Misc. - For Sale
It In The ’02 catamaran - 18’, 75
h.p. Mercury eng. & trailer. Walk-in cooler
Bought new in 2002. Low coils - 4,000 BTU, 115
engine hours & exc. cond. volt, 6,500 BTU, 115 volt.
789-7678 $8,000 OBO. 331-1319 $150 each. 757-336-3558.
28 • EastErn shorE Post • december 21, 2012
do you own land? birdsnest area -
you can buy a new
home & use your land
3BR, 2BA house for rent.
Avail. Jan. 1. Section 8 wel- Get The Runway Ready for Santa Claus!! Vehicles -
as a down
payment. come to apply. Quiet, peace-
ful neighborhood. Call &
Dry Shells, Stone, Crush & Run, Top Soil, Fill Dirt, Motorcycles
leave msg. 789-7654 Sand, Demolition, & Backhoe Work. ’05 sportster har-
Rentals - Apts. we buy houses
All mAteriAls delivered & spreAd
ley, 2,000 miles, blue,
in any condition! $7,500 negotiable, Excel-
M & M Property Manage- Just Call Site Work lent cond. 757-710-9107
’86 harley low-rider
apartments ment. 787-7052
3br, 2ba trailer
Specialist John C. Miller at - 30K miles. Great running
cond. $6,500. OBO. 710-9224.
home for rent - $600
a mo. Security + 1st mo. to
757-665-4026 ’98 moto-guzzi 1100V
motorcycle - Low miles.
AGE 62+ move in. Birdsnest. Contact greg cox con- pick up truck rack Exc. cond. 757-710-0359.
Apply at Newtowne 267-266-6800. Serious in- ’88 bmw motorcycle
Apartments, Pocomoke quiries only.
struction - Licensed
in MD, DE, & VA. In- Storage for 8-ft. bed, Heavy Duty,
Exc. Cond., $275. 710-0070 - K100RS, 52K miles. Has
painter - 3BR with sured & bonded. Home ’81 cadillac el do- bags, fairing, & windshield.
Rent based on income garage. $775 a month. nandua $3,000 OBO. 50 m.p.g. Call
remodeling–insurance mini storage rado Diesel. Very good
M & M Property Manage- approved. 410-968-0014. cond. Low mileage. $4,850. 757-694-5332.
call: ment. 787-7052 Rt. 650, Taylor Rd., Tasley. ‘04 harley fat boy
email@example.com 757-787-3059. $10 off 1st Call Rodney 665-4639
(410) 957-1562 painter - All elec- custom sewing & al- apehangers, Triple
tric 3BR. $775 a month. month’s rent Exhaust, 6,773 miles. Ask-
M & M Property Manage-
terations, clothes, miscel- Find Us On ing $9,500. Call 757-709-
hartley hall ment. 787-7052
laneous items - Judie Gibbs
Trailer for Sale Facebook 9112 or 757-709-4963.
senior housing pungoteague - 31070 parks paVing - 23 2009 pace american – Go To “Eastern 2007 harley daVid-
in Pocomoke City, Md., is Boston Rd. 3BR, 2BA, new son- Super Glide Custom.
accepting applications for carpet, freshly painted, 2
years experience – Paving, 7’x16’ enclosed cargo trailer. Shore Post” 2100 miles. Garage kept.
seal coating, hot tar crack Silver, tandem axle, adjust-
1-bedroom and efficiency new storm doors, util. shed. filling, patch work, & all able shelves on 1 side. Very $16,000. Now Only $13,000.
apartments in an elderly 1.5 acre lot w/room for gar- repair work, turn-arounds, clean. $4,200. 710-0438. 710-8676 (After 4 p.m. only,
housing subsidized apart- den. $900/mo. 757-449-9131. curbs, etc. 757-710-9600. please)
ment complex. Contact 410-
957-2252 for application or
Va aVe., exmore - 2BR
house. $500/month. Sec-
simpson tree & bob- Vehicles - Cars, ’04 chrysler town &
visit office at 1006 Market
Street in Pocomoke City.
tion 8 OK. Call or text
cat serVice - Tree
trimming, removal and Trucks, SUVS, RVs
country 144,100 miles.
1 dent in tailgate/fact. in- Happy
stump grinding. 787-2100 stalled child seat. Power
exmore - Updated 2BR
home with new bath, lge.
or 710-8477. FREE ESTI-
1983 silVerado cheV-
rolet pick-up – Auto.
locks/windows. Heat/AC. Very
dependable. Dk. Blue/gray
kitchen, laundry room, liv- trans., power steering &
ing room at end of cul de sac brakes, A/C, cruise, antique. ’79 corVette - L82,
accomack manor street, treed lot, near hospi- Garage Doors 44K original miles. $10,000. 87,800 mi., high output 350,
seniors (55 & over)
tal, shopping center, & school.
Perfect for teacher. $650/mo. Automatic Openers
2005 honda 4x4
auto trans., midnight blue w/
mirrored & factor T-tops. Will
call 757-678-7630 Installation, Sales rancher – 350cc, 5-spd. accept any reasonable offer.
& community rooms Room for Rent
& Service w/reverse red, like new, ga-
rage kept–only 55 hours.
757-709-9502. Shore Post
2006 ford 500 - PW, PL,
planned activities & $3,400 OBO. 710-3642. AM/FM, CD Player, 27-30
room for rent in ’76 cheVy impala
pet friendly onancock - $400/ m.p.g., 137K miles, good
2-dr. sedan. $1,800 firm. condition. $6,500. Call
mo., $100 deposit. Call
442-2263 after 5.
’96 dodge ram 2500 -
’84 monte carlo - Wanted
eho 4x4 club cab. 176K miles.
Services Affordable Rates $4,000. 757-442-3956.
Classic. 45,000 actual miles,
Call 894-3151 1986 sunline pull-
AM/FM cassette, power
brakes & steering. $8,800.
septic pumping -
Shore Septic. Starting at
behind camper – Re- 442-5009. FOR JUNK
manor apts., located $175. Call 757-710-1040.
frigerator, range, micro.,
heat & air, needs tires.
’87 winnebago motor CARS
in Exmore, Va., is taking home repair/handy- home - 32’, sleeps 5, 62K
applications for seniors marshall
MARSHALL Works great. Good for hunt- miles. Good cond., runs
man - Small jobs welcome. tree serVice ing or weekend getaway.
62 or older. No application Windows, doors, floors, TREE SERVICE well. $4,900. Please call
fee. Electric is included in capable,
Capable, Affordable, $2,700 OBO. 710-8478. 757-665-4902 for more info.
decks. Matthew Baines. affordable, ’07 dodge dakota
your rent. Call 414-0020. Call 757-710-7356. Dependable ’04 f-350 supercrew -
ISA Certified Arborist slt quadcab - Auto., diesel, 4x4, long bed, lift kit,
RWD, 6 cyl., 4 door, 36K QUICK REMOVAL
ISA Certified Arborist
(#MA-3138A) off-road tires, tinted win-
Licensed & insured miles, very clean, $12,000. dows, billet grille. $17,500.
ExmorE Licensed & estimates.
Free Insured Call 678-7145. Call 757-710-4144
villagE i & ii Free estimates.442-7540
442-7540 1951 ford garage
apartmEnts Now accepting
Now accepting kept show car –
looking for a $10,000. 757-442-7507.
’77 lincoln towncar
cool nEw homE?
chEck us out!!! Sell your car - 55K miles, garage kept,
Sporting Goods show car. $10,000. Call
or boat for cash for guns -
Highest prices paid. Li-
only $25!!!! PAY FOR YOUR
censed dealer, 38 years.
Rentals - Houses
accomac - 2BR, 1.5BA,
Central heat & air & all ap- 757-789-POST
pliances. $650 a mo. Lease
& references. Call 710-2192.
December 21, 2012 • EastErn shorE Post • 29
NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE NOTICE OF SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE SALE PUBLIC NOTICE
The regular meeting of the Accomack-Northampton Trans-
Lot 124 Pike Drive 37337 Merrimac Court portation District Commission, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan-
Greenbackville, VA, 23356 Greenbackville, VA, 23356 uary 1, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. in the Eastern Shore Chamber
of Commerce Building, Melfa, Virginia, has been cancelled.
By virtue of the power and authority contained in a By virtue of the power and authority contained in a Deed The next regular meeting will be Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
Deed of Trust dated June 25, 2008, and recorded at Instru- of Trust dated December 13, 2005, and recorded at Instru-
ment Number 200803313 in the Clerk’s Office for the Cir- ment Number 200508323 in the Clerk’s Office for the Cir-
cuit Court for Accomack County, VA, securing a loan which
was originally $177,471.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE
cuit Court for Accomack County, VA, securing a loan which
was originally $151,500.00. The appointed SUBSTITUTE PUBLIShER’S NOTICE -
TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale
at public auction at main entrance of the Accomack County
TRUSTEE, Commonwealth Trustees, LLC will offer for sale
at public auction at main entrance of the Accomack County FAIR hOUSING
Circuit Court, located at 23316 Courthouse Avenue on Circuit Court, located at 23316 Courthouse Avenue on
January 17, 2013 at 2:30 PM January 17, 2013 at 2:30 PM We are pledged to the letter and spirit of
Virginia’s policy for achieving equal housing
improved real property, with an abbreviated legal descrip- improved real property, with an abbreviated legal descrip-
tion of Lot 124, Section 7, Captain’s Cove Subdivision, and tion of LOT 63, SECTION 9, Captain’s Cove, and as more opportunity throughout the Commonwealth.
as more fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. fully described in the aforesaid Deed of Trust. We encourage and support advertising and
TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold “AS IS,” TERMS OF SALE: The property will be sold “AS IS,” marketing programs in which there are no
WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF WITHOUT REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF barriers to obtaining housing because of race,
ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions, ANY KIND AND SUBJECT TO conditions, restrictions,
reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other mat- reservations, easements, rights of way, and all other mat- color, religion, national origin, sex, elderli-
ters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be ters of record taking priority over the Deed of Trust to be ness, familial status or handicap. All real es-
announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $17,000.00, or announced at the time of sale. A deposit of $16,000.00, or
10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s 10% of the sale price, whichever is lower, in cash or cashier’s tate advertised herein is subject to Virginia’s
check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be re- check payable to the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE will be re- fair housing law which makes it illegal to ad-
quired at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price, quired at the time of sale. The balance of the purchase price,
with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note with interest at the rate contained in the Deed of Trust Note vertise “any preference, limitation or discrim-
from the date of sale to the date said funds are received from the date of sale to the date said funds are received ination because of race, color, religion, na-
in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due in the office of the SUBSTITUTE TRUSTEE, will be due
within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by within fifteen (15) days of sale. In the event of default by tional origin, sex, elderliness, familial status
the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited the successful bidder, the entire deposit shall be forfeited or handicap, or intention to make any such
and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s and applied to the costs and expenses of sale and Trustee’s
fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real fee. All other public charges or assessments, including real preference, limitation or discrimination.”
property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/ property taxes, water/sewer charges, ground rent, condo/ This newspaper will not knowingly ac-
HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or af- HOA dues or assessments, whether incurred prior to or af-
ter the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be ter the sale, and all other costs incident to settlement to be cept advertising for real estate that violates
paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public paid by the purchaser. In the event taxes, any other public the fair housing law. Our readers are hereby
charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit charges or condo/HOA fees have been advanced, a credit
will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale will be due to the seller, to be adjusted from the date of sale informed that all dwellings advertised in this
at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Sell- at the time of settlement. Purchaser agrees to pay the Sell- newspaper are available on an equal oppor-
er’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of er’s attorneys at settlement, a fee of $295.00 for review of
the settlement documents. the settlement documents. tunity basis. For more information or to file
a housing complaint, call the Virginia Fair
Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and Additional terms will be announced at the time of sale and
the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver the successful bidder will be required to execute and deliver Housing Office at (804) 367-8530 Toll-free call
to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of to the Substitute Trustees a memorandum or contract of (888) 551-3247. For the hearing-impaired, call
the sale at the conclusion of bidding. the sale at the conclusion of bidding.
FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: FOR INFORMATION CONTACT: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosenberg & Associates, LLC Rosenberg & Associates, LLC
(Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) (Attorney for Commonwealth Trustees, LLC) website: www.fairhousing.vipnet.org
7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 750
Bethesda, Maryland 20814 Bethesda, Maryland 20814
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From “Doomsday Preppers” on the National
Geographic channel. Unfortunately, I’m
The Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC) recommends assem-
worm! Of course that equates to about
six earthworms per serving. Ugghh!!
a little lazy so my prepping consists of bling the following for a kit at home, But the up side is that for those of us
Pillar a backpack filled with three bottles of
water, some Butterfingers, and enough
work, or vehicle: water - one gallon per
person per day; food - nonperishable,
on a perpetual diet, they are very low
in fat. Plus, they are way cheaper than
toilet paper to get me through 2013! items, flashlight, battery-powered or the long-term food storage items that
to The prepper community has ac-
quired quite the new vocabulary. “Bug-
hand-crank radio, batteries, first aid
kit, medications (seven-day supply) and
can keep for up to 25 years.
Shelter can be tricky when travel-
ging in” is the term for those who stay medical items, multipurpose tool, per- ing on foot in various terrains. If you’re
Post in their home during a catastrophe.
“Bugging out” refers to those who
sonal hygiene items, copies of personal
documents, cell phone with charger,
like me, you probably couldn’t tie two
sticks together, let alone a shelter
By Angie H. run for the hills because their prima- emergency contact information, extra large enough for a family. I’m in favor
Crutchley ry abode has been compromised by a cash, blanket, and map of the area. of these retro fall-out shelters. There
threat. A “bug out bag” is a bag filled There are many helpful hints on the are companies cropping up all across
ell, if you’re reading this, then with the necessities to withstand a Web advising where to find water. The the nation to cash in on the latest
it looks like we’re all still here. specified amount of time on the road. CDC recommends a bare minimum of craze in prepper homes and gardens:
I’m referring to the Dooms- While it is undetermined whether half a gallon of water per person per the ever fashionable bunker. Since the
day prediction that the world would be or not we’ll sustain a major catastro- day (a gallon is preferred). Did you Cold War, these underground little tin
ending on Dec. 21, 2012. Technically, phe in the near future, it is within know that there are a few gallons in the cans have been chic and in vogue. Well,
the Mayan calendar is said to reach reason to have minimal supplies for tank of your toilet and approximately I can’t foresee Doug letting me dig up
the end of a 5,000- year cycle today. one’s family in case a natural (or oth- 50 gallons in your water heater? our backyard, so it looks like I’m a
Conspiracy theorists, among others, erwise) disaster occurs. The American The APN recommends storing a cooked goose.
have filled in the blanks for what hap- Preppers Network (APN) was created minimum of one month’s worth of food If we did meet doomsday today, and
pens from this day forward. to provide communication for those in in your home. However, there may this is being read 500 years from now,
Many, like me, have chosen to pre- varying degrees of preparation; www. come a point when food is scarce. I’m I would like to let our ancestors know
pare, in varying degrees, for a potential americanpreppersnetwork.com defines not sure there’s enough gumption in that my bug out bag did not work (it’s
breakdown of society. I started when a “short-term bug out bag” as one that me to swallow a worm, although there probably still in my closet) and that the
I watched the popular reality series will carry a person through 72 hours. are about seven grams of protein per worms were tastier than I expected.
Post Office Mail Fitness Should Be Subsidized
the facilities that will assist them to better health.
Preventive services in the form of after-school pro-
grams cannot be offered at inflated rates and be expect-
Oystering Law Needs To Change The Benjamin Franklin axiom that “an ounce of ed to make a dent in the obesity rates of lower income
Dear Editor: prevention is worth a pound of cure” is relevant to households, which represent the majority of the popula-
My dad is 81 and he works an oyster dredge with the American obesity epidemic in our local schools. tion. Subsidized services could offer a practical solution.
his friend, who is 75. They have been self-employed While state funding and school policies emphasize My dream is to offer preventive services, such as
watermen all their lives. My dad loves to work, and preparation for standardized tests, physical and health health education, at rates based on household income.
working on the Chesapeake Bay during the winter is education has been reduced. Virginia does not mandate While such a dream may exist only in a Utopian so-
no picnic. Dad’s day starts at sunrise and ends at 2 a specific amount of physical activity. Students are re- ciety, I believe that subsidizing intervention services
p.m. When he gets his oyster dredge on the boat, he quired to take gym class through seventh grade, but it’s are the only practical way to solve the obesity crisis.
and his partner have to step up on a board. They then an elective in eighth grade and just two years of health Jacob Parks, CEO, Personal Training, LLC
step into the bottom of the boat and cull the oysters and phys. ed. are required in high school.
caught. These are put into a plastic basket, and then As a self-employed personal trainer, fitness enthusi- “They’re
dumped loose onto the bottom of the boat. The process ast and Eastern Shore native, I believe these low-ball
is repeated until the limit is caught or 2 p.m. When benchmarks reflect our healthcare system that is struc-
at the Post …”
they reach the buy boat, a tub is lowered to their tured to deal with obesity and related ailments and not
boat and they begin the difficult process of shoveling preventive services. This creates an inequality in the
the oysters into the tub. The snow-like shovel with a availability of resources for a growing percentage of the Editor: Cheryl Nowak
three-foot handle causes my dad to be in a bent posi- obese population who represent lower incomes. Advertising Manager: Troy Justis
tion, and after a long day, this is added work. As you enter the YMCA satellite fitness center at Sports Editor: Bill Sterling
I am asking the members of the Virginia Marine Re- Northampton High School, you are greeted by silence, Staff Writer: Linda Cicoira
sources Commission to allow the men to keep their oys- although it is one of the few facilities in the county Display/Classified Advertising Rep.: Angie H. Crutchley
Graphic Designer: Joshua Nowak
ters in the plastic tubs and not dump them on the boat that offers an array of exercise equipment that you
Regular Contributor: Ron West
floor. They can transfer their tub into the tub lowered would find in a commercial health club. Despite this
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