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VIMS Lab, Old Guilford
Store Destroyed by Fire
By Linda Cicoira
   One fire destroyed a Virginia Institute of Marine Science
(VIMS) building in Wachapreague last week causing about $1
million worth of damage while another blaze in Guilford is con-
sidered the work of an arsonist. No one was injured in either fire.
   Chief Ben Byrd of Wachapreague Volunteer Fire Company
said the fire at VIMS on Atlantic Avenue was reported at about
3:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 18. When firefighters arrived, “the roof
was caving in and the building was totally involved” in flames,
he said.
   More than 20 firefighters from Wachapreague, Onley, Melfa
and Painter responded. Water was drafted from the nearby creek.
Byrd said it took about 30 minutes to control the blaze. Damage
was estimated at $500,000 to the structure and another $500,000
to the contents, that included archives that were not backed up.
   The cause has not been determined, but arson is not suspect-
ed, said Byrd. State Police are investigating.
   In another incident at about 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 17,
fire was reported at the old Guilford Store on the corner of Win-
terville and Big roads. Chief Jody Bagwell of Bloxom Fire Compa-            Giving Thanks                             Photo by Linda Cicoira
ny said about 40 firefighters from his department, Parksley,          Nancy Parks (left) and Gina Crockett help Onancock Baptist Church
Tasley, Atlantic and Onancock battled the fire and while it was       prepare a Thanksgiving Dinner for 600 to 700 people this week. The
“well involved” when they arrived, they were “able to save over       free meal will feature about 35 25-pound turkeys, 20 pounds of white
half the structure.” The single-story, wood-frame building was be-    potatoes, 100 pounds of stuffing, 50 pounds of macaroni and 40 pounds
ing used for storage.                                                 of cheddar cheese, 10 96-oz cans of green beans for casserole and five
   Bagwell said State Police Arson and Bomb Squad is investigat-      trays each of peach cobbler, dumplings, baked corn pudding, baked
ing. An official cause has not been made; arson is suspected, he      tomatoes and lima beans. In addition, church members donated other
said, noting that there was no power connected to the building.       desserts and side dishes for the 12th year of the event.

Details of Accomack County Laptop Theft Emerge
By Linda Cicoira                                    missing because my girlfriend … asked me                According to an incident report, Taylor
   There was a more than eight-hour time lag be-    where it was. It was on the desk in the room         made the complaint at the South Central Area
tween the morning an Accomack employee real-        originally but now it was gone. The power cord       Command office of the police department. The
ized a county-owned computer was missing and        was still there. I began looking around the          report also notes, “Clothes had been taken
the afternoon he reported the incident to the Las   room and realized that someone had gone              from another backpack and thrown on the
Vegas authorities, according to police records.     through all our stuff. Drawers were left open        floor as well. They had some clothes on top of
   The file also shows that the alleged burglar     and clothes were thrown all around. I had a red      their suitcases in the closet and they had been
left behind jewelry, the laptop’s power cord and    backpack, which had clothes in it. The clothes       moved and it looked like the suitcases had
other property. In the meantime, analyst Josh       were dumped on the floor and the backpack            also been checked inside. They had some jew-
Christopher Taylor, 25, of Justisville Road in      was gone. On the dresser was a mini-bar with         elry that had been taken from bag and
Parksley notified the hotel where he was stay-      two bottles of liquor. That case was open and        dumped on the floor.”
ing about the issue, his police statement said.     the liquor was gone … the hotel records show            The report incorrectly identified Taylor as a
The laptop held the Social Security numbers of      that it was charged to the room at 9:26 p.m. on      school worker and valued the computer at
thousands of personal-property owners from          Oct 7. … I filled out a security report this morn-   $1,300, its original cost. Accomack Finance Di-
Accomack. About 35,000 notices about the re-        ing at the hotel. They are doing an investiga-       rector Mike Mason said it was worth about $700.
ported theft were sent to property owners a         tion. … We left the room last night at 8 p.m. to     The backpack was listed as being worth $40.
couple of weeks later.                              go to dinner. We got back to the room around 2          Taylor’s cell phone number was included on
   According to a “voluntary statement” com-        a.m. and went directly to sleep. The laptop …        the documents. He did not answer the telephone
pleted by Officer Marcia Coon, Taylor woke up       was my work computer and had valuable infor-         when the Post called nor did he return a call.
around 9 a.m. Oct. 7 at Mandalay Bay Hotel.         mation on it … a Dell XPS silver with blue top.”        The hotel would not disclose details about its
   It was then that he “realized my laptop was      The statement was taken at 4:21 p.m.                 security.

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                                                                             hope I’m wrong, but I think it’s a      come with strings attached. They
                                                                             mistake. It’s time we realize we need   make you do things you ordinarily
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                                                                             ised he would bring them more              “You’ve got to have someone in
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                                                                                “How much lobbying can you           We’ve got to have the resources
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 Court Postings                          ty, 12 months for using a false
                                         identity and 12 months for driving
                                         on a suspended license, according
                                                                                    Supervisors Focus on
    Accomack Circuit Court
   Lavar Johnson, 30, of Mappsville
was convicted and sentenced last
                                         to Commonwealth’s Attorney
                                         Bruce Jones. The terms were set to
                                         run concurrently with all but 12
                                                                                   Impacts of Wind Farms
week in Accomack Circuit Court to        months suspended.                         By Linda Cicoira                        on the subject.
10 years in prison for possession           William Jerome Reid Jr., 31, of           A retired engineer suggested            “I’m neutral,” said Silverman.
with intent to distribute cocaine. All   Machipongo was sentenced to five          last week that Accomack supervi-        “I’m opposed to being stuck with
but time served was suspended.           years with four suspended for pos-        sors appoint a committee to study       the bill.”
   Commonwealth’s Attorney Gary          session with intent to distribute         the potential impacts of possible          Supervisor Jack Gray said, “Bird
R. Agar also said Ryan Bonniwell,        more than a half ounce but less           large-scale wind farms, which he        people are against” the windmills.
27, of Painter was convicted of bur-     than five pounds of marijuana.            said could cost the taxpayers           “Those people are very strong.”
glary and grand larceny. A presen-          Deshaun Lamont Corney, 21, of          money.                                     Compared to other options, the
tence report was ordered.                Birdsnest pleaded guilty to two              “Set up a proper committee to        U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service prefers
       …………………………                        counts of robbery, burglary in the        weigh these issues and make spe-        the wind structures, Silverman
  Northampton Circuit Court              nighttime while armed with a dead-        cific recommendations … before a        said. “The trade-off is in favor of
   Terry Wayne McGee Jr., 34, of         ly weapon, malicious wounding and         proposal arrives,” said Onancock        wind.”
Newport News was sentenced               displaying a firearm in a threaten-       resident Alan Silverman, who was           Windmills that were construct-
Monday in Northampton Circuit            ing manner during a robbery. The          asked to study the issue by Plan-       ed in Atlantic City have caused an
Court to five years for forgery, 12      case was continued pending com-           ning Director Jim McGowan.              increase in occupancy at the back
months for receiving stolen proper-      pletion of a presentence report.          Among Silverman’s list of consider-     of the casinos where the farm is
                                                                                   ations regarding wind farms were        visible, said Supervisor Ron Wolff.
County Schools Look To Improve                                                     electromagnetic       interferences;
                                                                                   large mechanical failures; light-
                                                                                                                           “Everybody wants to watch the
Reading, Move Seventh Graders                                                      ning strikes; deconstruction plans
                                                                                   and costs; aesthetics; noise; shad-
                                                                                                                              Property values would be affect-
                                                                                                                           ed, said Silverman. “Property with
By Ron West                              new structure to replace the high         ow, flick and glint; avian concerns;    turbines increase in value. Resi-
   Northampton County school             school, parts of which were built in      storm water runoff, erosion and         dential properties near turbines
administrators last week present-        1954. Hand urged fellow board             sedimentation; aviation hazards;        appear to lose value.” Plus, he said,
ed the School Board strategies           members to begin making the               mechanical failures and oil leak-       there is no value for jobs beyond
aimed at improving reading com-          Board of Supervisors aware that           age; lighting; and security, vandal-    construction.
prehension.                              the present structure is fast reach-      ism and terrorism.                         Silverman said he sees decom-
   Occohannock principal Amy             ing the limits of its operational life       The supervisors took no action.      missioning or “construction in re-
Austen and reading specialist            and needs to be replaced. While no        Supervisor Wanda Thornton com-          verse” as a future problem due to
Sally James noted that reading           firm numbers have been given for          plained that Silverman only fo-         possible abandonment or ceasing
difficulties pose a problem for          replacement costs, Hand suggested         cused on the negative aspects and       of operations. Silverman also was
some students taking standard-           that a new building could be in           the board needs someone to study        concerned about restoration and
ized tests, though they may have         place for well below $20 million.         the issue who is more open-minded       re-vegetation. “Who pays if the
a good understanding of the sub-                                                                                           owner goes bust?” he asked.
ject matter. To address this prob-
lem, all three county schools are
                                         Waterfowl Weekend Continues                                                          He suggested bonds be ob-
                                                                                                                           tained before construction be-
focusing on providing additional            Chincoteague National Wildlife         pants are permitted per hayride.        gins, potential litigation against
time for reading as well as urging       Refuge is celebrating Waterfowl              Schedules, program descrip-          the county be examined, and the
parents to reinforce reading skills      Weekend this weekend to cele-             tions, and a listing of events can be   effects on people, livestock,
at home.                                 brate the marvel of migration.            found on the refuge Web site at         roads, railroad, power lines,
   Superintendent Dr. Richard               The arrival of fall heralds the re- or         airstrips, nature and flyways be
Bowmaster reported that efforts          turn of thousands of snow geese           by calling 336-6122.                    considered.
are underway to move Grade 7 stu-        from their northern tundra breed-
dents from the elementary schools        ing grounds to the milder climate
to the high school next year in or-
der to help reinstate the middle
                                         of Assateague Island for the win-
                                         ter. During the celebration guided
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dle school was closed two years          family friendly activities are planned.
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were moved back to the elemen-           time each year that the public can
tary schools and Grade 8 students
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                                         drive along the refuge Service
                                         Road, which will be open from
                                                                                                       Kicking off the
   Some board members have
broached the idea of adding on to
                                         noon until 3 p.m. It is recommend-
                                         ed that you enter the Service Road
                                                                                                   Christmas Season
or even replacing the high school to
accommodate middle- and high-
                                         no later than 2 p.m. Because all ve-
                                         hicles must be off the Service Road
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school students. Board member            by 3:30 p.m.
                                                                                     Tami Serio
Patrick Hand said the board needs
to begin looking at constructing a
                                            New for this year is a 7:30 a.m.
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Fund-Raisers Help Smooth Reese’s Road to Recovery
By Angie H. Crutchley                     firmed that Reese had cancer.
                                          Reese was diagnosed with ependy-

        an. Krebs. Kanker. Raka.          moma, a tumor that arises out of
        Cancer. In whatever lan-          the central nervous system. In
        guage you say it, the word        Reese it is present both in her
evokes more emotion than any other.       head and spine. One of the tumors
   For Matt and Melissa Forrest           is wrapped around her brainstem.
Coffin, formerly from the Eastern            Immediately Melissa began advo-
Shore, the word was among the             cating for her daughter. “I’m all busi-
most horrible words they had ever         ness for my child from sunup to sun-
heard. On Oct. 4 of this year, they       down,” she said. “I am in charge of
were told, “Your daughter has a           my child’s well-being and she’s only 5
malignant brain tumor.” Since that        years old, so if I don’t do it, who will?”
day, they have been fighting for the         Reese was seen by world-re-
future of their 5-year-old daughter,      nowned pediatric neurologist and
Reese — the little girl who likes         brain-tumor specialist Dr. Roger
Barbies, going to Camp Occohan-           Packer at Children’s National Med-
nock, “Chink-a-ma-dink” (Chin-            ical Center in Washington, D.C. He
coteague) ponies, fishing with            recommended emergency radiation,
Grandpa Ray, and Vacation Bible           which she completed on Nov. 19 at
School on Tangier.                        Inova of Fairfax. Reese received 20
   This long journey began in the         rounds of radiation, according to
second week of August when Reese          her father. She had anesthesia for
complained to her mom that her            every one of those rounds.
back hurt. Over the next several             Reese was able to go home to Vir-
weeks, Reese went from a little girl      ginia Beach and sleep in her own             The Coffins (from left), Melissa, Reese, Rourke and Matt, en-
playing Barbies and soccer with           bed for the first time in five weeks.        joyed fun and sun at Assateague this summer.
her 4-year-old brother, Rourke, to a      She has had a week break from the
little girl with a graduating degree      radiation. According to Melissa,             up with the treatment.”                 Reese calls her), remembered the
of pain in her lumbar system and          Reese will have a radiation boost, a            “We stored her cord blood and        horrible Monday in October when
eventually her head.                      specialized and localized boost to ar-       stem cells when she was born. We        she got the news: “I was home from
   “One day Reese was playing in          eas of her head and limited spinal           hope this will help her quality of      work and I got a call from Dr.
her room,” explained Melissa. “I          areas, from Nov. 29 to Dec. 10.              life,” explained Melissa about the      Northam. He said, ‘Jackie, I’m here
stood by the door and overheard              “She will then have a two- or             next step in the treatment process.     with your granddaughter ... she’s
her say, ‘I feel dizzy.’ I stopped dead   three-week break. At that time we               Melissa grew up on the Eastern       got a tumor.’ I didn’t hardly expect
in my tracks and just felt some-          hope that the tumor has shrunk               Shore and graduated from North-         it. Just a few weeks ago she was
thing wasn’t right — call it moth-        enough that we could try chemo-              ampton High School in 1997, be-         over here playing soccer and camp-
er’s intuition.”                          therapy,” explained Melissa. “A re-          fore going to James Madison Uni-        ing. I fell right to my knees.”
   After a CT-Scan and an MRI,            cent scan showed that the tumor              versity and meeting her husband             People can follow the progress
Dr. Ralph Northam at Children’s           on her brainstem has shrunk and              shortly after. Reese’s maternal         of Reese’s recovery by going to
Hospital of the King’s Daughters          that was the best news we could ex-          grandparents, and many members and typing in
made the diagnosis that would             pect. The other tumors on her spine          of Melissa’s family still live on the   “reesecoffin” under “Visit” or by go-
change this family’s life forever.        had not yet shown signs of shrink-           Shore as well as Tangier Island.        ing to
Dr. Joseph Dilustro, also at CHKD,        age, but the doctors said sometimes             Jackie Brownlie of Accomac,              Not long into her daughter’s
performed the biopsy that con-            it takes a while for them to catch           Reese’s grandmother (or “B” as          treatment, Melissa was contacted

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by Meredith Restein of Moonrise         sa moved away from the Shore 10                year-old asks if they can sit by you    amount of support the Shore has
Jewelry in Cheriton. Restein had        years ago, but she has stayed in all           at dinner or when you watch TV,         shown them.
followed the journal entries on Car-    of our hearts. She and Matt are                but something about Reese makes            “I’ve always been so proud of my
ing Bridge and offered to do the        such a strong couple and advocate              it feel special.”                       heritage from Tangier and the
first of many charity events to raise   for their child every single day. So               Major Jones, who is holding the     Shore,” said Melissa. “I just want
money for the family for expenses       we all wanted to show our support              event at his shed, said, “I can’t       my little girl to grow up like I did
incurred by Reese’s treatments. On      by giving back to her.”                        think of a more deserving cause to      with so many wonderful people. I
Dec. 2, Restein will hold a trunk          “There has just been an out-                give to during the Christmas sea-       just can’t thank the folks who have
show at Bean There Café, 223 City       pouring of support from the com-               son. I’ve known Melissa and her         helped us from the Shore and
Hall Ave., Norfolk, and 50 percent      munity,” said Reese’s grandmother              family for a long time and they can     Tangier enough. Every single card,
of all jewelry purchases will go to     tearfully. “Tangier did a walk-a-              only be described as special.”          call, and event means so much. I
Reese’s Road, the trust organization    thon and a dance-a-thon, where                     While Reese has lost her hair, as   wish I could thank every single
set up pro bono by attorney W. Rev-     they raised over $3,100! Reese                 well as mobility in both arms (al-      person who has helped. There’s no
ell Lewis III of Accomac. The café      wasn’t able to attend because she              though she has regained some            place like home, just like from the
also will donate 10 percent of the      was so ill, so they set up a video             movement over the last week), her       movie, ‘The Wizard of Oz.’ ”
drink revenue for the day.              chat and everyone walked past the              appetite has kept steady. Her fami-        While the pain of knowing their
   Soon after, Melissa and Matt got     camera and said ‘Hi’ to Reese.                 ly has to hand-feed her every meal.     child has cancer is always with
a call from Lee and Billy Johnson       They played ‘The Climb’ by Miley                   Reese has kept her humor            Melissa and Matt, there is an abun-
of Nassawadox. The Johnsons are         Cyrus … which is one of Reese’s fa-            through the hard times.                 dance of people on the Shore willing
holding Reese’s Run, a 5K               vorite songs.”                                     “She likes the doctors to sing      to do whatever they can to elimi-
walk/run this Saturday, Nov. 27, at        One of the big events will be               with her,” said Matt, who slept at      nate even the least of that pain.
10 a.m. at the Old Railroad Station     Reese’s Rockin’ Christmas on Dec. 23,          the foot of her bed every night in         “It is our intent to cure our little
in Exmore. The event costs $15 for      a huge celebration at Cherokee Point           the beginning of her treatment.         girl of this disease and give her the
adults or $5 for children 12 years      Farm off Bayford Road. Tickets will            “She also gives them funny names        best quality of life she can receive,”
old and younger. All proceeds will      be available in advance for $25, or at         like ‘Dr. Turkey.’ One time she said    said Melissa.
go into the trust fund.                 the door the day of the event for $30.         to the doctor, ‘Can I call you Dr.         And while there are many,
   Melissa’s dad, Ray Forrest of        There will be clams, oysters, BBQ,             Rubber Ducky, because you have          many words for cancer, there are
Cheriton, will be on rollerblades at    and sides. People are still needed to          cheeks that look like they need to      just as many words for something
the 5K, thanking everyone for           help with checking IDs, beverage               be squeezed?’ ”                         else that everyone hopes Reese
their participation, and selling T-     disbursement, and donation collec-                 Matt and Melissa both com-          will experience: Recupero. Herstel.
shirts, designed by Reese.              tions. Those interested can contact            mented on the tremendous                Erholung. Elpyminen. Recovery.
   “If I could tell people one thing    Major Jones at 757-646-9909 or Su-
about this event,” said Ray, “it
would be to look at your own child,
                                        san Murphy at 757-869-4408.
                                           Adam Lattimore, Reese’s godfa-
take the day off and come to this       ther, is on the board planning the
event. I just want to say God bless     Christmas party in her honor. He has             Please be advised that Accomack County’s Solid Waste
everyone that has helped.”              known Melissa for a long time, start-
                                                                                          Greenbox Sites located at Belle Haven, Craddockville,
   Gull Hummock in Cape Charles         ing in middle school and all the way
ran a charity wine tasting and auc-     to rooming together through college.             Quinby, and the Southern Landfill will be permanently
tioned a painting to raise funds.          “It’s hard to describe a little girl            closed on or about December 6, 2010, when the new
   Support bracelets are being sold     you love like a daughter to others              Painter Convenience Center is expected to be operational.
at Exmore Diner, Eastern Shore          if they have not had the privilege
                                                                                          The public is invited to use the new Painter Center at
Outfitters in Exmore, and Exmore        of meeting,” said Adam. “Some may
Outlet Center. Scoops of Onancock       not think much about it when a 5-               16490 Wayside Drive (west of the Firehouse) or the Tasley
raised money and Lynn Huether of                                                          Convenience Center at 24574 Coastal Blvd (east of the
Pungoteague is raising money on her                                 Full Service
                                                                   Grocery Store         ANEC Office Building). Household waste and recyclable
Web site. Pampered Chef saleswom-                                     824-3061           materials are accepted free of charge at these centers. A
an Desiree Griffin held a fund-raiser                                 Rt. 13 N.
in Reese’s honor. Jessica Bueno,                                     Mappsville             dumpster will also be available inside the Southern
Reese’s godmother, has donated her          Prices Effective Monday, November 29           Landfill for bagged household waste only. Please be
time as fund-raising coordinator.               thru Sunday, December 5, 2010
                                        Fresh Shurfine                                    reminded that commercial waste, with the exception of
   On Saturday, Dec. 5, Santa will      Homestyle Roaster                   88¢/lb.        recyclable material, is not accepted at any Accomack
be at Melfa Airport Terminal from       Fresh Boneless
1 to 3 p.m., hosted by Shore Bank’s     Chuck Roast                        $2.69/lb.          County Convenience Centers or Greenbox sites.
Relay for Life Team. For $5, chil-      All Varieties 24 pk. 12 oz. cans
dren can have a snack and a photo       Pepsi Cubes                         $5.99                Convenience Center Hours of Operation:
                                        Assorted Shurfine Gallon Jugs
taken with Santa. All the profits
                                        Ice Tea or Lemonade                  2/$4                            7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
will be donated to Reese’s Road.        Assorted Varieties 11-15.25 oz. cans              6 Days/Week (Painter closed Thursdays, Tasley closed
Eastern Shore Rural Health has          Shurfine Canned Vegetables             5/$3
                                        Porterhouse or T-Bone Steaks
chosen the Coffin family this year
as its sponsored Christmas family.      USDA Choice                       $6.99/lb.       All centers closed Thanksgiving Day & Christmas Day.
   Laura Morgan of Accomac, a           Shurfine Deli Gourmet
                                        American Cheese                   $2.99/lb.
friend of Melissa since sixth grade,
                                        Tavern Ham                        $3.49/lb.     Please contact the Accomack County Public Works Office
commented on the strong tie the                                                               for additional information at (757) 787-1468.
                                        Fresh Sweet Tangerines 3-lb. bag $2.99
Shore has with the family. “Melis-
                                          Fresh Golden Ripe Bananas 49¢/lb.
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                                               The North Street Playhouse will
                                                                                  PSA Seeks Funding for Towns’
                                            present “A Christmas Story” at 8
                                            p.m. Friday, Dec. 10, and Saturday,
                                                                                     Wastewater Treatment
                       The Onan-            Dec. 11.                              By Ron West                             Shore, which stated connection fees
                    cock Business              The homes are:                        Councilman Henry Heneghan            for the proposed system would be
                    and Civic As-              •The Alicia Hopkins House          provided members of Cheriton            several      thousand         dollars.
                    sociation    is            1 Market St.                       Town Council with an update of          Heneghan noted that in fact, those
  Onancock          sponsoring the             •The John Major Fosque House       the proposed wastewater system          who hooked up to the system
                    11th Annual                10 King St.                        last week.                              would not pay a lump sum connec-
                Christmas Homes                •The Parsonage                        Heneghan noted that the Public       tion fee.
          Tour and Music Festival              6 King St.                         Service Authority (PSA) continues          The Finance Committee report-
       Saturday, Dec. 11.                      •Happy Hill                        to seek funding to move the project     ed that a mid-year budget review
       The tour will be from 2 to 6            14 Meadville Dr.                   forward. The southern node of the       indicates that revenues are slight-
p.m. and will include six historic             •The Johnson House                 project, which includes Cheriton,       ly up from previous projections.
homes, Ker Place, Naomi Makemie                 9 Holly St.                       Cape Charles, and surrounding ar-       Council agreed to increase funding
Presbyterian Church and the                    •Cokesbury House                   eas, is seeking a $250,000 grant to     for Northampton County deputies
Charlotte Hotel, all decorated for             18434 Hermitage Rd.                assist with the project. Council dis-   who assist with traffic control in
the holidays.                                  Tickets ($20) are available at     cussed a recent article published by    and around the town.
   The Music Festival will take             The Book Bin, C.D. Marsh Jewel-       the Citizens for a Better Eastern          Town Clerk Stacy Selenski indi-
place in Historic Cokesbury                 ers and gardenART.                                                            cated that prerequisites provided
Church from 4 to 8 p.m.                        There is a 20 percent discount     Upcoming Town Meetings                  by the Board of Supervisors for the
   Ker Place will have an Open              on tickets for groups of right or                                             proposed boundary adjustment are
House featuring children’s games            more. For group tickets, please       THURSDAY, DEC. 2                        nearing completion. No date has
and a gospel choir who will sing at         phone Gay Baynes at 787-7904 or       •Hallwood Town Council -                been set as yet to petition the coun-
4:30 p.m.                                   Annie Jones 302-0330. Tickets will    6:30 p.m., Town Office                  ty for the adjustment. A similar re-
   Guests can park at Onancock              be available on the day of the tour                                           quest by the Town of Eastville to
School and ride the shuttle bus             at the Onancock School and in         FRIDAY, DEC. 3                          expand its boundaries was unani-
provided by ESAAA/CAA.                      each of the houses.                   •Tangier Town Council -                 mously turned down by the super-
   The association has chosen the              Information is available at        7 p.m., Town Office                     visors at their November meeting.
Eastern Shore Literacy Council                                                                     Council agreed to re-appoint the
                                                                                                                          current members of the Board of

                                             Cape Charles                                       Family                    Zoning Appeals (BZA) to new terms.
                                                                                                                             Council rescheduled its next

                                             Medical Center                                   Dentistry
                                                                                                                          meeting for Dec. 29 at 7 p.m. due to
                                                                                                                          the Christmas holiday.
                Cape Center                        216 Mason Ave.
26507 Lankford Hwy.     Cape Charles                Cape Charles                    We accept most PPO insurances
                                                                                                                               Community Notes
                                                                                      and Virginia Medicaid and we
              757-331-1541                                                         provide a full spectrum of services.
     Loyal Locals Dinner Menu                  Dr. Mark Clarke                     We participate with Perdue                  can be faxed to the
       Nov. 27 - Dec. 3, 2010                                                        & Tysons’ Insurance
             Saturday                         Dr. David Dalessio                       Se habla español                       Eastern Shore Post
8 oz. NY Strip Steak            $10    99

Broiled or Fried Seafood Combo:                2010-11 Flu Vaccine                    Timothy Fei, DDS                    at 789-7681 or e-mailed to
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3 PC Fried Chicken                $699
Crabcake & Country Ham            $799
(Dinner): Pot Roast & Veggies     $899
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                                                                                                         NOVEMBER 26, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 9

                                                                                           Accomack Schools
                                                                                              Earn Award
                                                                                              Accomack       County     Public
      MARRIAGES                                                                            Schools has achieved a 29 percent
                                                                                           cost savings totaling $1,227,560 in
                                                                                           34 months since forming a strate-
                                                                                           gic alliance with Energy Educa-           •a son, born to Amy Lappin
         A                                                                                 tion, a national energy conserva-
                                                                                           tion company, which recently pre-
                                                                                                                                  and Andrew Ward of Chin-
                                                                                                                                  coteague Nov. 11
                                                                                                                                     •a daughter, born to Angela
   APPOINTMENTS                                                                            sented the district with its Envi-
                                                                                           ronmental Excellence Award.            Robinson of Cape Charles Nov. 12
                                                                                                                                     •a son, born to Aurora Truvilla
                                                                                              “Reaching this level of savings
                                                                                           at this stage of the program is a      of Parksley Nov. 13
                                                                                           significant achievement,” said Dr.        •a son, born to Merlande and
                                                                                           William S. Spears, CEO and             Jean Toussaint of Exmore Nov. 13
                                                                                           founder of Energy Education. “Ac-         •a son, born to Meredith and
                                      Jennifer Lewis To Wed
            IRTHS                                                                          comack County Public Schools has       Joseph O’Brien of Onancock Nov. 16
           B                            Aaron Hofmeister                                   done an excellent job of imple-
                                                                                           menting Energy Education’s peo-
                                         Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis of                     ple-oriented approach to energy              Milepost Items
                                      Cape Charles have announced the                      conservation and maintaining pro-
                                      engagement of their daughter, Jen-                   ductive efforts at all levels of the       can be faxed to the
                                      nifer C. Lewis, to Aaron L. Hofmeis-                 organization.
MilePOSTS                             ter, son of Theodore and Nancy
                                      Hofmeister of Owings Mills, Md.
                                         A 1999 graduate of Northamp-
                                                                                              Accomack       County     Public
                                                                                           Schools’ Energy Education Spe-
                                                                                           cialist is Ernie Rush, who has been
                                                                                                                                     Eastern Shore Post

                                                                                                                                  at 789-7681 or e-mailed to
 Robert Buckner Jr.                   ton High School, the bride-to-be is
                                      a certified dental assistant and
                                                                                           trained to analyze all energy use
                                                                                           throughout the district’s systems,
  Earns Promotion                     works for a family-oriented dental
                                      office in Owings Mills.
                                                                                           and to ensure that energy is used
                                                                                           as efficiently as possible
                                                                                                                                  editor@easternshorepost .com
   Robert Buckner Jr., the son of        The groom-to-be is a mechanic
Betty Hrubes of Painter and a ro-     for his family’s company and plans
tary wing mechanic for Black Hawk     to eventually take care of the fami-
helicopters, was promoted recently    ly business, also in Owings Mills.
to specialist. He also received an    He has two boys from his previous                                                                             Fairgrounds
Achievement Award for high scores     marriage, and they plan to continue                                                                              Road
in the summer two-week training       raising them together in Maryland.                                                                             Onancock
program.                                 Friends and family will be gath-                                                                            787-7441
   Buckner is assigned to the Mary-   ering to help them celebrate their
land National Guard near Edge-
wood, Md.
                                      love July 2, 2011. Formal invita-
                                      tions will be mailed.
                                                                                             Wednesday - Crazy Karaoke
                                                                                             Thursday - Live Local - Open Mic
                                                                                             Friday - Steak Nite
                                                 • 15 cubic feet frost free refrigerator
                                                                                             Saturday - Snack Bar Jones
                                                 • 7' sidewalls
                                                 • 200 amp total electric
                                                 • Valance with mini blinds

                                                                                             Shucker’s is now serving
                                               • Shaw carpet
                                                                                               Jersey style pizza …
                                               • Vinyl siding w/shingle roof
                                               • Storm windows
                                               • Tub & shower combination in baths 1 & 2
                                               • Refrigerator/Dishwasher
                                                                                              Finally, what you have
                                                                                                been waiting for!!

                                        friends may sign the guest book at      urday, Nov. 20, by Rev. Bob Smoot.     Milton Peppler, Jack Augustus Pep-

                                           Arrangements were made by B.D.
                                        Holland Funeral Home, Nassawadox.
                                                                                  Memorial contributions may be
                                                                                made to Accomack-Northampton
                                                                                Pregnancy Center, P.O. Box 409,
                                                                                                                       pler and Fritz Horner Peppler. Sur-
                                                                                                                       vivors include her daughters, Kath-
                                                                                                                       leen Hasty of Melfa and Deborah
 Retired Electrician Dies                                                       Belle Haven, VA 23306. Online          Boone of Salisbury; twin sisters,
   Mr. Charles “Charlie” Black-             Retired Nurse Dies                  condolences may be shared at           Joan Campbell and Jeannette
well, 73, of Accomac died Tuesday,         Mrs. Frances Isdell Thacker-             Mitchner, both of Wooster, Ohio;
Nov. 16, 2010, at his residence.        ay, 89, of Quinby passed away             Arrangements were made by            grandchildren, April Hall (and hus-
   The son of the late Charles H. and   Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010, at Shore       Doughty Funeral Home, Exmore.          band, James — Effie’s buddy, Stacey
Minnie Simpson Blackwell, he was        LifeCare at Parksley.                                                          Carpenter, and James, Edmond and
a member of Guilford U.M. Church           A native of Wachapreague, she          Exmore Resident Dies                 Helen Urie; great-grandchildren,
and a retired electrician.              was the daughter of the late               Mrs. Linda Sue Craig, 56, of        Brianna and Courtney Hall; and
   Mr. Blackwell is survived by his     Samuel H. Isdell Sr. and Katherine      Exmore passed away Thursday,           several nieces and nephews.
wife, Billie Robinson Blackwell of      Spence Isdell. Mrs. Thackeray was       Nov. 18, 2010, at Riverside Shore         Graveside services were conduct-
Accomac; sister, Mabel Colonna (and     a retired nurse and member of           Memorial Hospital in Nassawadox.       ed at Wachapreague Cemetery Tues-
husband William Tyler) of Onan-         Hollies Baptist Church. She served         A native of Birdsnest, she was      day, Nov. 23, by Pastor Wayne Hart.
cock; nieces, Delores Brankley of       as treasurer for the AARP Local         the daughter of the late Charles V.       Memorial donations may be
Onancock, Vicki Brock of Onancock,      422 and volunteered at Shore            and Dorothy Isdell Webb.               made to the Alzheimer’s Associa-
and Elizabeth Mapp of Parksley;         Memorial Hospital and Eastern              Mrs. Craig was predeceased by       tion, P.O. Box 342, Belle Haven, VA
nephews, Billy Colonna of Onancock      Shore Hospice and Palliative Care.      her husband, Darrel Lee Craig; and     23306. Memory tributes may be
and Greg Colonna; and several              Mrs. Thackeray was prede-            a grandson, Charles W. Thomas.         shared with the family at
great-nieces and great-nephews.         ceased by her husband, Ira F.           Survivors include her children, Re-
   A graveside service was held         Thackeray; two sisters, Susie           becca DeFrees (and husband, Eric)         Arrangements were made by
Saturday, Nov. 20 at Edgehill           Fluhart and Mary Baull; and three       of Willis Wharf, Sheila Hill (and      Williams-Onancock Funeral Home.
Cemetery in Accomac, with Rev.          brothers, Samuel Isdell Jr., Cecil J.   husband, Kenneth) of Melfa, Linda
Melody Tanner officiating.              Isdell, and Roy David Isdell. Sur-      M. Craig (and companion, David             NASA Retiree Dies
   Memorial donations may be            vivors include her sister, Ruth         Thomas) of Parksley, Peggy Mc-            Mr. Jewel Quince Greene, 88,
made to Guilford U.M. Church Win-       Horton of Endwood, W.Va.; and           Cluskey (and husband, Kevin) of        of Bloxom passed away at his resi-
nie Jenkins Fund, c/o Elizabeth         several nieces and nephews.             Melfa, Karen Parker (and hus-          dence Sunday, Nov. 21, 2010.
Mapp, 22343 Wonney Rew Rd.,                Graveside services were conduct-     band, Jason) of Cheriton, Travis          Born in Norman, Okla., he was
Parksley, VA 23421. Family and          ed at Wachapreague Cemetery Sat-        Stevens (and wife, Lillie) of Ex-      the son of the late John Quincey
                                                                                more; 16 grandchildren; sisters,       Greene and Pearl Jarman Greene.
                                                                                Betty Lou Stevens of Red Bank and      He retired from NASA as a teleme-
                  In Loving Memory                                              Letchia Eder of Eastville; numer-
                                                                                ous nieces and nephews; and uncle,
                                                                                                                       try supervisor and was a member of
                                                                                                                       St. Thomas U.M. Church. Mr.
                                                                                Raymond Thomas Floyd.                  Greene served in the U.S. Navy in
                                                                                   Graveside services were conduct-    the Pacific Theatre and on the board
                                                                                ed at Johnson’s U.M. Church Ceme-      of the Community Services Board
                                                                                tery in Machipongo Monday, Nov.        and ARC of the Eastern Shore for
                                                                                22, by Pastor Jonathan Carpenter.      many years, and was active at Occo-
                                                                                   Memorial contributions may be       hannock on the Bay and the Seabay
                                                                                made to Community Fire Compa-          Metompkin Ruritan Club.
                                                                                ny, P.O. Box 706, Exmore, VA              Mr. Greene is survived by his
                                                                                23350 or the SPCA Animal Shel-         wife, Frances Greene; daughters,
                                                                                ter, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA 23418.    Eileen Schleif (and husband, Eric)
                  Sharone White -Bailey                                         Online condolences may be shared       of Greenbush, Anita Satterwhite
                  December 2, 1953 - July 9, 2010                               at          (and husband, Brian) of Bloxom,
 WHEREAS, Sister Sharone White Bailey’s life and work are exemplary                Arrangements were made by           Eve Anna Greene of Bloxom and
 of her love for God and her commitment to love others.                         Doughty Funeral Home, Exmore.          Betty Hrubes (and husband,
 WHEREAS, “The heart of him that hath understanding seeketh                                                            Steve) of Painter; foster daughter,
 knowledge” (Proverbs 15:14).                                                   Wachapreague Resident Dies             Brenda Custis (and husband, Ned)
 WHEREAS, Sister Bailey diligently promoted and supported the                      Mrs. Effie Lee Hickman, 82,         of Glen Allen; and several grand-
 education of the youth in our community, as well as graciously serving         of Wachapreague passed away Sat-       children and great-grandchildren.
 as our Christian Education Director.                                           urday, Nov. 20, 2010, at Deer’s Head   He was predeceased by a sister,
 THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that we embrace the family to show                   Hospital Center in Salisbury, Md.      Evelyn Valouch.
 you our support and love.                                                         Born in Crisfield, Md., she was a      There was a visitation at
 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that to show the respect and love we                   daughter of the late Norman and        Williams-Parksley Funeral Home
 have for Sister Bailey and to show our commitment to continue her              Florence Landon Peppler. Mrs.          Tuesday, Nov. 23. A family inter-
 quest to help educate our youth, we hereby establish the Sharone               Hickman was a homemaker and a          ment service was private.
 White Bailey Education Scholarship Fund.                                       member of Bloxom Community                Memorial donations may be
                                   -The Trustee Board                           Church of the Nazarene.                made to ARC of the Eastern Shore,
              Macedonia A.M.E. Church, Rev. Sherrie Dobbins, Pastor                She was predeceased by two          P.O. Box 626, Exmore, VA 23350; or
                                                                                husbands, William James Hickman        Occohannock on the Bay, 9403
    Donations may be made to the: Sharone White Bailey Educational              and Lee Joseph Hickman; two sis-       Camp Ln., Belle Haven, VA 23306.
             Scholarship Fund, Macedonia A.M.E. Church,                         ters, Elsie Pace and Margie Hay-          Memory tributes may be shared
                  P.O. Box 132, Accomac, VA 23301                               man; and three brothers, George        at
                                                                                       NOVEMBER 26, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 11

Monthly Church Bulletin
         Sunday, Nov. 28                  Usher’s Day at 3 p.m. The Rev. Per-       WILLIAMS
  ✝ World-renowned violinist Dan          cy James, pastor of Burton’s
David will perform at Pungo-              Chapel and Grace Independent
teague Community Church at
10:30 a.m.
   ✝ Grace Independent Metho-
dist Church in Wachapreague will
                                          Church will be the guest speaker.
                                             ✝ Herbert Baptist Church in
                                          Wachapreague will celebrate its
                                          98th anniversary at 3 p.m. with
                                                                                   & WHARTON
host its annual homecoming at 3 p.m.
at the church. The guest pastor will
be Rev. James Nock from Snead’s
                                          100 men in black and 100 women
                                          in red, along with the New Hallelu-
                                          jah Gospel Singers in concert.
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Memorial Methodist Church.
   ✝ Union Baptist Church in
                                             ✝ Naomi Makemie Presbyter-
                                          ian Church in Onancock will hold
                                                                                   22171 Wharton Rd., Accomac
Eastville will have “Harvest Night”
from 7 to 10. Youth are invited to a
                                          its free monthly “Off the Wall”
                                          movie night featuring “Miracle on        Compassion & Quality Care
                                                                                    during your time of need
night of games and food.                  34th Street” at 7 p.m. Refresh-
                                          ments will be served. For informa-
         Sunday, Dec. 5                   tion, call 789-3303.
  ✝ The choir of Naomi Makemie
Presbyterian Church in Onan-                        Sunday, Dec. 12
cock will present the Christmas              ✝ Cape Charles Christian
Cantata, “I Hear the Prophet Call-        School will hold a Benefit Trail
in,” during the 11 a.m. service.          Ride at noon at Burton’s Bayside
   ✝ New Allen Memorial AME               Farm in Cheriton. The cost is $15
Church in Franktown will hold its         per rider and includes a meal. The
anniversary at 3 p.m. Rev. Oretha         ride travels north to Eyreville and
Cross will be the guest preacher.         loops back for between 12 and 13
   ✝ Bethel AME Church in                 miles. For more information, con-
Onancock will offer its annual            tact Angie at (757) 331-0828.

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                                 •From Kraig Hurley                    To Donna and Robert Headley, 10               •From Bay Creek, LLC
                                 To Lawrence and Helena Hook           Madison Ave, Cape Charles                     To Jill and Joseph Lemery
                                 Lot 1173, Section 1, Captain’s Cove   For $400,000                                  Lot 17 at Bay Creek
                                 For $90,000                           •From Mary Anne and Mitchell                  For $200,000
                                 •From Waterside Land Trust, LLC       Cleaveland                                    •From Kathleen and Paul Forst
                                 To Mary and Anthony Boegner           To Roberta & Edward Eichman Jr.               To Dawn Hanson, John Hanson,
                                 Lot 56, Waterside Village I, Phase    110 Churchhill Downs at Bay Creek             and Carol Selby
                                 I near Pungoteague                    For $280,000                                  Property near Cape Charles
                                 For $40,000                           •From Beco Construction, Inc.                 For $83,000
                                 •From Ronald & Kathleen Meadows       To Gregory Switt Jr.                          •From William & Nancy Sawyer
                                 To Peter Peyton                       Lot 23 at Tower Hill near Cape                To Elizabeth and Nicolas Gagnon,
                                 Wachapreague property                 Charles                                       11170 Swan Ln., near Machipongo
                                 For $205,000                          For $260,000                                  For $175,000.
                                 •From Grace Construction Va. Inc.     •From Kiptopeke Properties                    •From David & Lorraine Cameron
                                 To Eric and Adrianne Schmidt          To James Conrow                               To Deborah Brown
                                 Lot 2543, Section 5, Captain’s Cove   Lot 11 at Kiptopeke Landing                   Lot 141 at Vaucluse Shores

  Property                       For $229,900
                                 •From Evelyn Barefoot
                                                                       For $278,000
                                                                       •From the Secretary of Housing
                                                                                                                     For $172,500
                                                                                                                     •From General Farms & Land Co.

Transactions                     To Ralph Miller
                                 Hopeton parcel
                                                                       and Urban Development
                                                                       To Charles and Eunice Thomas
                                                                                                                     To Dawn and Robert Charlton
                                                                                                                     Lot 43 at Sugar Hill near Capeville
                                 For $30,000                           Property near Nassawadox                      For $96,000
•From Fannie Mae                 •From James Daley                     For $41,850                                   •From Jay Crystal and Dennis
To Leopoldo Bonilla              To Mickey and Delores Daley           •From Baxley Tankard                          and Hallett Latimer
64 Kerr St., Onancock            2 Tangier parcels                     To David Tankard                              To Monty and Tonya Henderson
For $76,650                      For $22,000                           Property at Concord Wharf                     Property near Kiptopeke
•From Kenneth and Jodie Greene   •From Fannie Mae                      For $212,000.                                 For $175,450
To Stephen Gallup and Sandra     To Linda and Thomas Nolan             •From Denise Bland                            •From Broad Street Laundry
Haydock                          Chesconnessex parcel                  To St. Clair Trower                           To Bonnie and Ernest Nordstrom
Lot 3A, Silver Sails             For $189,905                          Property in Seaview                           Property on Bright Street, Exmore
For $282,000                     •From Barton and Kate Anderson        For $15,000                                   For $10,000

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Waterside Village Lots on the Eastern Shore of Virginia
The Location of Your Dreams                                                                                                    Rockfish

When was the last time you could buy property in a spectacular waterside community between the seaside village of
Willis Wharf, a deep water port, an ocean inlet and the crashing surf on the barrier islands and the Chesapeake Bay,
for $40,000?

The property is named "Waterside Village" because that is exactly what it offers, an absolutely amazing location
between the ocean sand dunes, saltwater creeks, and the seaside bays with the best salt water fishing on the Atlantic
Ocean, and the magnificent Chesapeake Bay, a veritable hunting and fishing paradise.

 Morley’s Wharf Aerial                                          The property currently available is comprised of
                                                                just 63 parcels. The lots range in size from 1 +/-
                                                                acre to 1.5 +/- acre and are on private roads with
                                                                underground utilities and are fully buildable.              Willis Wharf Aerial

                                                                Five years of work and many millions of dollars were
                                                                spent on this property before the first lot was offered
                                                                for sale. The village was carefully planned for a laid
                                                                back country lifestyle. These lots are now available at
                                                                a fraction of their original proposed price.

Lot financing is available at 6% APR with a 10% down payment with 20 year amortization for 5 years. There is a
5% discount available for cash sales and a 5% discount for the purchase of multiple lots. As lots are selling daily,
please check the updated list online to make sure the lot you may be interested in is still available.

    LOT ACREAGE                 PRICE                LOT ACREAGE                PRICE
    35     .718 A              $40,000               58     .905 A             $40,000
    36     .721 A              $45,000               59     .732 A             $40,000
    37     .721 A              $45,000               60     .707 A             $40,000
    38     .721 A              $45,000               61     .749 A             $40,000
    40     .721 A              $45,000               62     .853 A             $40,000               For more information and an appointment please call
    41     .721 A              $45,000               63     .785 A             $40,000               (757) 678-7631 or send an email to
    42     .726 A              $45,000               64     .723 A             $40,000
    43    1.192 A              $45,000               65     .859 A             $40,000               GPS: 3327 Main St., Exmore, VA 23350, which is the address of
    44     .920 A              $40,000               66    1.151 A             $40,000
                                                                               SOLD                  the large yellow building in the directions below. Please follow from there.
    45     .729 A              $40,000               67    1.049 A             $40,000
    46      .83 A              $40,000               68     .873 A             $40,000
                                                                                                     Driving Directions from the North
                                                                               HOLD                  Travel Route 13 South towards the town of Exmore. At the traffic light
    47     .821 A              $40,000               69     .930 A             $40,000
    48     .782 A              $40,000               70     .699 A             $40,000
                                                                                                     (landmark: Exxon Gas Station on the right), turn left on Route 178 (Main
    49     .777 A              $40,000               71     .772 A             $40,000
                                                                                                     Street). Travel through the town of Exmore. At the large yellow building
    50     .895 A              $40,000               72     .819 A             $40,000
                                                                                                     on the left corner, turn left onto Route 603 (Willis Wharf Road), and
    51     .826 A              $40,000               73     .864 A             $40,000
                                                                                                     travel 0.7 miles. Turn left onto Route 600 (Seaside Road), travel 1.3
                                                                                                     miles. Turn left on Blue Crab Circle to sales office.
    52     .722 A              $40,000               74    1.262 A             $40,000
    53     .729 A              $40,000               75    1.034 A             $40,000
    54     .776 A              $40,000               76     .771 A             $40,000
    55     .857 A              $40,000               77     .859 A             $40,000
    56     .892 A              $40,000
                               SOLD                  78     .912 A             $40,000
    57     .908 A              $40,000               79     .846 A             $40,000

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By Linda Cicoira                            also add shredded carrots) wrapped       cial expressions like we are nuts     said 3 p.m., 12 percent said 6 p.m.
   Most Eastern Shore residents             around a dill pickle. Toothpicks         eating rotten potatoes.” It’s “good   (or after the hunters come in) and
said turkey was the mainstay for            hold it together. Saute/brown the        for a laugh. But after they try one   3 percent said 6:30 p.m. or later.
their Thanksgiving feast. Sixty-five        beef, then add water to the pan and      they request to take some home.”         The majority or 64 percent said
percent of those who participated           let it simmer for 1-2 hours.”               “Definitely Haymans!” wrote        the festivities are shared with both
in a survey conducted by the East-              “We used to have Haymans             Laura Fosque of Onancock.             family and friends, while 34 percent
ern Shore Post said the bird is a           when my great-grandmother was            “Thanksgiving is not the same         said they eat with family only and 2
necessary part of the holiday as is         alive,” wrote Camesha Handy of           without them. We only have them       percent said only with friends.
being thankful for their blessings.         Parksley. “I can't remember having       at Thanksgiving so it is a special       “We have gone to my mother-in-
   About 23 percent preferred to eat        any over the past several years.         treat and there is a little bit of    law’s house on the Shore for the
ham and 12 percent go for less tra-         She'd always put a lot of butter in      fighting over the last one.”          past two years,” wrote Jessica Gar-
ditional main courses like lobster,         them but we got to peel them.”              More than half (54 percent) of     cia of Willis Wharf. “She makes a
beef or fried chicken. Forty percent            Donna Belote of Onancock said        those surveyed pour gravy over        big feast for our family. I enjoyed
of Accomack and Northampton sur-            family gathers at her house for the      their potatoes, while 28 say they     helping her last year with the last-
vey takers chose mashed white po-           holiday. Among the food eaten there      use butter, 15 percent spread on      minute details, talking and laugh-
tatoes while 35 percent prefer              is “applesauce cake that my mother       both and 3 percent use neither.       ing together. It was a very warm feel-
sweet potatoes and 25 percent love          makes” and Belote’s favorite “pret-         Fifty-two percent wrote that       ing, very family holiday spirited!”
locally grown Haymans.                      zel salad that my cousin’s wife          they planned to eat Thanksgiving         “With family, friends and any-
   “Turkey with ham as a side               makes.” She’s thankful for “another      dinner at home, 32 percent went       one who needs a good meal and a
dish,” wrote Thom Henderson of              year of good health, to be able to see   elsewhere, 9 percent would go any-    friend,” wrote Jani Savannah of
Franktown. And “Haymans with                family and keeping my son who is a       where, 1 percent went to a church     Melfa in reference to her Thanks-
butter! Mashed with gravy is also           police officer in Oakland, Califor-      feast and 6 percent planned to eat    giving dinner company. “My step-
good. Both are better!”                     nia, safe for another year.”             at a local restaurant.                son is great for inviting anyone he
   Amy Eckard of Temperanceville                Wanda Marks of Onley wrote,             The top choice (27 percent) of     comes in contact with … he has a
and her family serve the German             “We have turkey, ham, pork roast         when to devour the fixings was 2      very big heart, especially at
dish “Rind Roulade,” or beef rollup,        and deer; that covers something          p.m., 17 percent said they tradi-     Thanksgiving.”
on Thanksgiving. She explained              for everyone’s liking.” She “always      tionally eat at 4 p.m., 16 percent       “We usually eat about 3 or 4 p.m.
that it’s a “thin slice of beef, slice of   loves to have Haymans for the out-       said 5 p.m., 4 percent eat at noon,   because it takes me that long to get
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most thankful for my family, my         things for which she is thankful.       “For all these things I am very          duck and oysters to the traditional
friends, my health and all the          “In this day and age, many people       thankful and I hope everyone             turkey dinner. Her favorite dessert
things that the Lord has blessed me     in the world still don’t know what      stops and thinks not of their prob-      is her mom’s sweet potato pie. “But
with that I don’t deserve. I am so      it is to wake up in the morning and     lems, for we all have them, but of       I like pumpkin a lot too and stuffing
blessed! God is great. God is good!!”   be able to walk about freely with-      the many blessings we have on            if it’s made right.” She has a long list
   Thirty-two percent said they         out being arrested or worse,” she       this glorious Thanksgiving Day.”         of things for which she is thankful.
traditionally watch football, while     wrote. “Good friends” was another.         RuthAnn Baker of Onancock said            Ron West of Machipongo said his
29 percent said they always watch       “Some people go through life not        she is thankful that she found “a        favorite desserts are both chocolate
the parade (particularly Macy’s)        experiencing the gift of true friend-   place to call home where people are      pecan and cherry pie. His family
on television that day.                 ship. I have been truly blessed in      understanding and compassionate,         “talks about things that have hap-
   Twenty-seven percent watch a         my life, both in my previous state      (there is a) slower pace of life (and)   pened over the past year since we
movie. Specifically mentioned was       and since I moved here to meet          time to enjoy all God has placed be-     were together.” He’s thankful to
“It’s a Wonderful Life” and “Char-      some of the nicest people.”             fore us.” She is “doubly thankful        “still have a good life, that I’m still
lie Brown Thanksgiving.” Three              “I have indeed been blessed         that two of our children and their       useful in helping folks such as the
percent said they take a walk after     with the love of a kind, gentle and     families have settled here as well.”     Coast Guard and that my wife is
the big meal and 2 percent said         wonderful man,” Christian added.           Ginny Mueller of Keller prefers       still with me after all these years.”
they talk the day away while plan-
ning for Black Friday adventures.
   Marks said her crowd has a
rule. “No TV. No cell phones. It’s
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   The #1 side dish was stuffing or     Job Fair Tuesday, Nov. 30, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the    Eastern Shore Staffing Services, Holiday Inn Express,
dressing. Also highly regarded          cafeteria of the former Northampton Middle School in        New Ravenna Mosaics, Northampton County, Riverside
were dumplings and macaroni and         Machipongo.                                                 Shore Memorial Hospital, Shore Bank, Suffolk Police
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kin pie, although many mentioned        16 employers that have open jobs. Many will conduct         Foods, Inc., VA Employment Commission, Virginia Dept.
sweet potato, mincemeat and             interviews on-site and applications will be available.      of Rehabilitative Services, and Walmart.
pecan pies and cheesecake.              Job seekers should wear business attire and bring              Admission is free. Business owners who would like
   Shirley Christian of Melfa put       plenty of copies of their resume, if they have one.         to participate should call the Northampton Chamber
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  MONDAY              ship House, Chincoteague                         TUESDAY             787-3900
  NOV. 29             ★9 a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market Street
                      UMC, Onancock - 787-4718
                                                                       NOV. 30             ★10 a.m.- 4 p.m. - Blood Drive - Northampton High
                                                                                           School, Eastville
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★10:30-11:30 a.m. - Moms In Touch Int’l Prayer Group mtg.              ★2-4 p.m. - Workshop for Those Caring for a Loved One: “Legal Is-
- Cape Charles Baptist Church                                          sues” - Hospice Bldg., 165 Market St., Suite #3, Onancock - 787-3310 x113
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Nassawadox                                                             ★6 p.m. - Rachel Leah Ministries - 787-2486
★4-6 p.m. - Parkinson’s Disease Support Group - Hospice                ★6 p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA
Bldg., 165 Market St., Suite #3, Onancock - 787-3310                   ★6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
★5-6 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock                    ★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist, Temperanceville
★6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks Lodge, Tasley                                   ★7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Onancock
★6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley             ★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC
★7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal Church, Jenkins Bridge         ★7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon meeting - Atlantic UMC
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                                                                                                  E.S.        Library, Accomac
                             ★8 a.m.- noon - Farmers’ Market - Downtown Park,
   DEC. 1                    Chincoteague
                                                                                                  ★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour -
                                                                                           DEC. 2 Northampton Library, Nassawadox
★9:30-11:30 a.m. - GED Class - Head Start Ctr., Accomac - 787-1760
                                                                                         ★2-3:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - Hospice Bldg.,
★10:30 a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Diner, Exmore - 442-2474
                                                                                         165 Market St., Suite #3, Onancock - 787-3310
★11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Debedeavon Toastmasters mtg. - NASA/ Wallops Base
                                                                                         ★5 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Baptist Bible Church, Accomac
- Call Terry at 824-1133 for base access
                                                                                         ★5:30-6:30 p.m. - Care For Homelessness Info. Sessions
★noon - AA mtg. - United Methodist Church, 47 Market St., Onancock
                                                                                         - Pungoteague Community Church - 787-2557
★1-2:30 p.m. - Caregiver Connection - Hospice, 165 Market St. Onancock - 787-3310
                                                                                         ★6 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Cape Charles Rescue Squad bldg.,
★2 p.m. - Children’s Story Hour - E.S. Public Library, Accomac
★2 p.m. - E.S. Brain Injury Survivors Exercise & Support Group mtg. -
                                                                                         ★6-8 p.m. - Northampton NAACP Presents Education-
Belle Haven- 442-9334
                                                                                         al Forum on Chartered Schools - New Mt. Zion Baptist
★3-4:30 p.m. - Hospice Grief Support Prgm. - Hospice, 165 Market St., Onan-
                                                                                         Church, 17450 Coal Kiln Rd., Painter - meet & greet at 5:30
cock - 787-3310
                                                                                         p.m. - light refreshments
★4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Memorial Library
                                                                                         ★6-9 p.m. - Reese’s Road Moonrise Jewelry Trunk
★7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSMH, Nassawadox
                                                                                         Show - Bean There Cafe, 223 City Hall Ave., Norfolk - 757-
★7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter VFC
                     Prom Dress Donations Sought                                         ★6:30 p.m. - Kiwanis of Chincoteague mtg. - St. An-
                                                                                         drew’s Catholic
   The Woman’s Club of Accomack County is sponsoring “Promises…A Prom Bou-
                                                                                         ★6:30-7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Trinity UMC, Cape Charles
tique.” Last year 103 young women were outfitted with gowns and accessories. The
                                                                                         ★6:30- 8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC
Godmothers’ goal this year is 600 dresses to choose from. Donated dresses are sold
                                                                                         ★7 p.m. - Narcotics Anonymous mtg. - Painter Garrisons
for $5 to $40, with proceeds equally distributed to Hospice Thrift Store, Food Bank
Thrift Store and Lighthouse Ministries Thrift Shop. Those young women identified
                                                                                         ★7 p.m. - E.S. Shooting Club mtg. - VA LP Gas, Main St.,
by their schools as being unable to afford even this price are outfitted at no charge.
                                                                                         Exmore - 442-6775
   This year’s Prom Boutique will feature door prizes, music, decorations, hair and
                                                                                         ★7:30 p.m. - Smith Wise Post 101 mtg. - VVA Bldg., Onley
makeup demonstrations and goody bags of beauty products and more. Since the big
                                                                                         ★7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Holy Trinity Episcopal Church,
sale is not until March 18, 2011, donations of dresses, shoes, accessories, etc., may
be dropped off any time at any Hospice Thrift Store location, the Food Bank Thrift
                                                                                         ★8 p.m. - Chincoteague Island Film Group Presents
Store or Light House Ministries Thrift Shop until March 14.
                                                                                         “Babies” - Island Roxy Theater, Chincoteague - $7.50/ticket
   Donations should be made payable to: Hospice Thrift Store, Food Bank Thrift
                                                                                         - 894-3691
Store, or Lighthouse Ministries Thrift Shop (with “Promises Prom Boutique” in the
note section).
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      Shifts:                    team, you will be part of our customer friendly cul-
    7am-7:30pm                   ture that continually works to improve and attract         The successful applicant is required to have position-related knowledge, skills
 & 7pm-7:30am PRN                new business. Ideal candidates will possess an             and abilities to include the ability to work with individuals with challenging
                                 extensive knowledge of the tax preparation                 behaviors and/or physical handicaps. The successful applicant must have a
      Contact Amita              process and a high degree of professionalism, with         valid driver’s license and a satisfactory driving record. Applicants with an out-
  Drummond to set up             the ability to process 200-300 tax returns during          of-state license must submit a current copy of their driving record from their
interview (757)665-5555          the tax season. You will need to be detail oriented,       state. The individual accepting this position will be subject to a pre-employment
        ……………                    with an emphasis on compliance. Both positions             drug test and a nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting.
Part-time Receptionist           are seasonal full-time and part-time, with evening
   Must have excellent           and weekend hours available. Responsibilities              Interested individuals must contact the Virginia Employment Commission
  communication skills           include, but are not limited to: preparing federal         office, P.O. Box 9, Onley, VA 23418, ph. 757-302-2029, for an ESCSB application
 and Accounts Payable            and state tax returns; assembling completed                and job description. A thoroughly completed ESCSB application is required.
   skills and be able to         returns; conducting tax interviews with clients in         Resumes may be submitted as a supplement to the application but will not be
     greet the public.           order to obtain the required information and sup-          considered alone. Open until filled.
                                 porting documentation. The position begins                                                ESCSB IS AN EOE
     Please fax resume           December 1st. If interested, please e-mail your
  to Eileen Warnken at           resume to or call
    665-5864 or e-mail           Steve at 800-455-2800, x202.                                 Boats, Etc.                 nice galley, head w/ shower,
                                                                                                                          sleeps 6, 2 custom canvass-
                                                                                                                                                         CONTRACTORS’ SPE-
                                                                                                                                                         CIAL - New pre-hung solid                                                                                             es, much more. 787-3454        two-panel int. doors 3 @ 3/0
                                                                                           23'    WALK-AROUND
                                                                                           CUDDY - Cabin boat,                                           x 6/8 & 1 @ 2/6 x 6/8 - All
                                   JOB VACANCY
                                                                                           motor (200hp Johnson),         Commercial Space               R/H. List price $255 - $500
 Northampton County has openings for Part-Time Waste Collection Center                                                                                   takes all 4. 302-1325
 Attendants to service its newly constructed center at Cheapside, expected to be           trailer. Motor needs           RETAIL SPACE - New
 open for service in January 2011. Operating hours are 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.             work. Asking $4000. Call       Church/Rt 13 - 1250 sq.        WILLIAMS DUAL AXLE
 and 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on              757-387-2053                   ft. Most recently used as      Heavy Duty Tag-a-Long
 Sundays. Applications are available in the County Administrator’s Office, 7247            ANTIQUE MERCURY                hair salon. $1100/mo.          Equipment trailer w/fold-
 Young Street (the former Northampton Middle School), Machipongo, Virginia,                9.8 HP - ’64 outboard          Credit check, security dep.    down ramps & pintle
 757/678-0440 and must be submitted prior to 5:00 p.m., Friday, December 10,               motor, serial #1613361 in      required - 757-665-6031.       hitch. Approx. 9 ton gross
 2010. IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION, THERE IS                              good running order. Recent                                    wt. Very good condition.
 NO NEED TO SUBMIT AGAIN!                                                                                                                                $2,900 757-442-7268
 All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without
                                                                                           water pump & ready to go.
                                                                                           $395. 789-5141.
 regard to race, political affiliation, creed, color, sex, age, religion, national ori-                                                                  50” FLAT SCREEN
                                                                                                                          SEASONED           FIRE-       MAGNAVOX TV. Ex-
 gin, handicap or other non-job related factors.                                           19’ CRUISE CRAFT -             WOOD (CHERRY) for
                                                                                           Call 757-787-3870.                                            cellent condition. 3 yrs.
                                                                                                                          sale. 757-331-1918.            old. 789-3482.
EXPERIENCED                                                                                VA. PEELER POT
BODYMAN           needed                                                                   LICENSE Leave mes-                SEASONED                    SHORT WAVE RADIO
ASAP. We have lots of                                                                      sage at 824-3442.                 FIREWOOD                    Grunding 800 Millennium
                                                                                                                                                         World Receiver. New. Re-
work! I-Car Training a
                                                                                           VA WATERMAN COM-                  Call 442-7540               duced to $450. Call Reed
plus - Apply in person at
Kool Collision and Quick                                                                   MERCIAL registration                             We now       787-8112. Leave msg.
Service Center - 30444                                                                     card selling for $750. Call                    accept Visa,
                                   We will be participating in the Northampton             757-331-3171 after 5 p.m.                                     2 SETS CLAM TONGS
Lankford Hwy., Keller,              County Chamber of Commerce Job Fair on                                                                Mastercard     -Alfred Dise-757-891-2223
VA. EOE. See Ann for            November 30th from 10AM to 2PM at Northampton              C-HAWK 23, ’97, C/C, I/O,                       & discover
application.                     Middle School. We will be accepting resumes and           Volvo Penta - 4.3, V6. Com-                                   WHIRLPOOL GAS DRYER
                                     applications for the following positions:             pass, new radio, antenna,      SEASONED            OAK,       - working cond. $125.
Mature,     experienced,                                                                                                                                 Call Charles, 336-3558
trustworthy office assis-                                                                  PFDs, depth finder, ’06        CHERRY & HICKORY
tant for FT position in          Opportunities at Riverside Shore Memorial                 Load Rite w. dual wheels.      Call 678-2566 or 442-3576      CHINA CLOSET w/3
busy office. Fast, accu-                                                                   $13,500. 804-403-3443.                                        doors. $200 - 1900s blanket
                                 •   CRNA - Full-Time
rate typist with knowl-
edge of office software,         •   Licensed Clincial Social Worker – Full-Time           29’ PHOENIX, flybridge,        Misc. - For Sale               chest w. Floral carved
                                                                                                                                                         top. $500 - 787-3635
                                 •   Nurse Practitioner – Flexi Pool                       enclosed, twin Cummins
including Quickbooks,                                                                      diesel engines, 250 hrs.,      CHIPPER/SHRED-
word processing and              •   Pharmacist – Flexi Pool                                                              DER - Used only once,          WHEELCHAIR - ’04
                                 •   Registered Nurse – Full-Time & Flexi Pool             outriggers, off-shore ready.                                  Breezy 510, padded, swing-
some bookkeeping skills                                                                    $30,000. Call 757-999-3437.    just like new. Consumer
needed. Some Girl Friday         •   Physical Therapist or Physical Therapy                                               Best Buy. Craftsman Mod-       out attachments include
duties. Salary commen-               Assistant – Full-Time                                 ’77 20’ PENN YAN Boat.         el 247.77638. Gas Briggs       leg extensions & walker.
surate with experience.                                                                    Hard top. Tunnel drive. No     & Stratton Engine. $650.       $100 OBO. 442-3541
Send resume with refer-         Opportunities at Riverside Shore Healthcare                trailer. Needs motor repair.   Call 757-787-4410.
                                                  at Home
ences to: WLT, LLC, P.O.
Box 910, Eastville, VA
                                                                                           Transmission OK. $1,295
                                                                                           or trade. 787-4136             NEW VOGUE PRIMA:               Mobile Homes
23347.                           • Registered Nurse – PT Days/Weekends                                                    Above-ground pool. 24’         RENT - lots and mobile
                                                                                           ’98 WELLCRAFT 21SL             round with auto cleaner.       homes at Modestown
SEASONAL SECRE-                      Opportunities at Riverside Shore LifeCare             Excel. 4.3 190hp Volvo 1/0     Must be moved. $2,950          Pioneer Court. Newly
TARY - Crop Production                                                                     engine. Low hours, good        OBO. 757-709-0409              renovated, 2BR, 1BA,
Services, 18432 Wacha-           •   Certified Nursing Assistant – Full-Time & Part-Time   condition. VHF, DS, Stereo,                                   W/D hookup, $500/mo.
preague Rd., Melfa. Apply        •   Dietitian – Part-Time                                 Trailer. $7,950 - 302-1108     BAYFORD - Oysters,
                                                                                                                          clams, shucked pints or        Clean, quiet area. Call
in person.                       •   Physical Therapy Assistant – Full-Time                ask for John. Boat can be                                     Carl at 410-262-3070.
                                 •   Speech Therapist – Full-Time and Flexi                seen at East Point.            live in shell. Call grower
                                                                                                                          at 442-7510.
                                Talent Recruitment Center: (757) 534-5627                  ’91 SEARAY SUNDANCER
                                                                                           - 28', 10’6” Beam, Twin Mer-   NEW WEDDING GOWN
                                                                                 by Jasmine, size 22, $400.
                                                                                           cruiser I/O 5.0LX Engines;
                                                                                           A/C w/reverse cycle heat,      Call 787-1920.
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                                FROM STARTER
                              HOMES TO DREAM
                                                              NASSAWADOX, SAW-
                                                              MILL COMMUNITY -                 Driveway                           Garage Doors
                                                                                                                                                           ’73 CORVETTE - dark
                                                                                                                                                           blue, T-top, low mileage,
MICKS. NO GAMES.               HOMES. ATLANTIS                1BR apt. $459/mo. Call        installation &                       Automatic Openers         garage kept, show quality.
                                                                                           repair, tree &
ATLANTIS HOMES.               HOMES, POCOMOKE                 757-442-4661 between 10                                                                      $13,000 OBO. 787-9151.
410-957-2820                      800-946-2820                a.m. & 2 p.m.                                                       Installation, Sales
                                                                                           stump removal,                             & Service            ’97 FLEETWOOD Class C
FOR RENT - 3BR, 2BA.          LOT FOR SALE near                                                                                                            - Loaded, excellent cond.
$650/mo. Section 8 ac-        Pungoteague. 11⁄3 acre.         Rentals - Houses              lot clearing &                                                 $13,500. Call 665-5122.
cepted. Private lot. Call     $12,900. 757-710-4876.
824-6154.                                                     PAINTER AREA - 4BR,
                                                              1.5BA, $750/mo. Sec. dep.     site prepping                                                  ’89 JEEP COMANCHE
                                                                                                                                                           pick-up. Rare find. 4x4.
SANFORD - 2BR, 2BA,           Rentals - Apts.                 required. Section 8 wel-          for new                                                    Excellent     condition.
new stove, refrigerator,                                      come. Call 710-5399.                                                                         $4,500. 757-894-9738.
toilets, heat & air, hard-    NASSAWADOX - Deluxe

wood floors. $425/mo. +       2BR, central AC/heat, w/d,      CAPE CHARLES -                                                  Affordable Rates             ’08 CHEVY SILVERADO
                              all appliances. 1-year lease,   2BR/ 2 FB/ Kit/DR/LR
deposit. No pets. 336-                                                                                                        Call 894-3151                4 dr., crew cab, 5.3 liter en-
374-8578                      1-mo. security deposit. No
                              pets. Smoke free $650/mo.
                                                              Fenced-in yard. Some
                                                              pets allowed. Washer/              ponds                                                     gine, 31K miles, excellent
                                                                                                                                                           cond. $25,000. 665-5040.
MELFA - 2BR. $500/mo.         757-787-7640                    Dryer/ Dishwasher. Two        WE HAUL dry                          Storage                   ’01 CHEVY pick-up w/ser-
                                                                                            shells, stone,
Call 410-251-9647.                                            blocks to beach. $850
                                                              per month plus ultilities.                                      NANDUA MINI                  vice body. 3⁄4-ton. AC. Good
                                                                                           sand, fill dirt,
  TRADE IN YOUR                                               Central dual Heat/AC.                                               STORAGE                  running condition. $3,500.
      HOME.                      POCOMOKE                     Great neighbors. Credit                                        Rt. 650, Taylor Rd.,          757-710-2646.
    800-946-2820              Warm, friendly community
                                                              check and references re-          topsoil,                    Tasley. 757-787-3059.
                                                                                                                           Half off 1st month’s rent       DUMP TRUCK - ’73
                                                              quired. No smoking. Call                                                                     Chev.     C65,    rebuilt
RENT TO OWN - Mobile           for mature adults 60+          757-442-3310 or e-mail                                              BLOXOM                   engine. $1,500. 710-8670.
homes starting at $450/mo.
                                 Central Heat & Air
                                                                                           stone, mortar                      SELF- STORAGE
                                                                                                                                                           ’84 YELLOWSTONE
                                                                                               sand, pea
(includes lot rent). New                                      LAUGH AT YOUR                                                   First month is free
Church Mobile Home            Gathering room & Laundry                                                                           Gated Entry               Travel-Trailer - excel. cond.
                                                              LANDLORD. FINANC-
Park - VA 757-824-0315         inside under one roof.                                                                            757-665-5294              Awning, AC, tub/ shower,
                                                              ING AVAILABLE. FHA                                                                           complete kit., sleeps 4, can
                                                              & USDA PROGRAMS
Mobile Home PARTS for                                                                               C ALL                                                  be seen on Chincoteague.
sale. We also move            VERY affordable rents to
                               Rent based on income
                                                                                           S ITE WORK S PECIALIST
                                                                                                                             Thrift Shops                  $2,700. 410-212-0584.
mobile homes. Dream-                                          TASLEY – 3BR w/garage.
land Homes, Rt. 13, Ac-                                                                         JOHN C. MILLER                PUNGOTEAGUE                  ’96 33’ SHASTA Travel-
                                                              Newly renovated, central                                                                     Trailer - Interior very nice.
comac, VA. 787-2823                  Please call:             heat & air. $800 + sec.                                           COMMUNITY
                                   (410) 957-1562             dep. No pets. Call Chinc-    AT   757-665-4026               CHURCH SELF HELP                Like new. Loaded. Sleeps
                                                                                                                                                           6-8. Priced low. 824-5163
                                                                                                                            CENTER - open every
         Pets                                                 oteague Resort Realty
                                                              757/336-3100                            MARSHALL                 Sat. 8-2. Clothes,          ’55 T-BIRD - Restored, red.
                              ONANCOCK - 1BR, 1BA,                                                                           furniture, household
HAPPY JACK Liquivic®:         $400 per month. e-mail                                               TREE SERVICE                                            For price, call Joe Justice
Recognized safe & effec-                                      .MELFA/KELLER area                    Capable, Affordable,   goods available 442-9526        at 336-5107 or 894-2031.
                               - 3BR, 2BA. All appli-
tive against hook &                                                                                    Dependable
roundworms by U.S.            CHARMING 1BR, 1BA,              ances included. $735/mo.           ISA Certified Arborist    Vehicles - ATVs,                ’76 CHEVY IMPALA 2-
                                                              + sec. dep. No pets. No                                                                      dr. sedan. $1,800 firm.
Center for Veterinary
Medicine. Dave’s Pets &
                              loft, kitchen & LR in log
                              cabin. Quiet setting with       programs. Call 302-9062
                                                                                                  Licensed & insured
                                                                                                                             Motorcycles                   442-2263 after 5.
Hobbies     (442-7442).       front & side porches. 1         for appointment.                        Free estimates.      ’89 HONDA PACIFIC               ’99 CHRYSLER conver-           mo. security dep. + refer-      DRUMMONDTOWN                              442-7540           COAST - good condition,         tible 112K miles, good
Full-Breed JACK RUS-
                              ences required. $550/mo.        RD., 2BR, 1BA, w/d            Now accepting                  26,000 miles. $1,500            tires & brakes, good cond.
                              + util. 757-709-8271.           included, $675/mo. No                                        OBO. Call 757-710-6237.         $3,000. 757-678-2491
SELL Terriers. 8 wks.                                                                      REMEMBER           LAST
old, need loving families.                                    pets. Call 709-4515.                                         ’05 SPORTSTER HAR-
Lots of energy. Need yard
                                Accomack Manor                                             WINTER - Save $ on
                                                                                                                           LEY, 2,000 miles, blue,         Vehicles - Parts
                              Specializes in keeping          TEMPERANCEVILLE              your heating bill. Blown-
to play. Will discuss adop-                                   - 2BR, 2 full baths, fully   in insulation using recy-       $7,500 negotiable, Excel-
tion fee when contacted.       Seniors 55 or older            furnished, very clean.       cled materials now avail-       lent cond. 757-710-9107         COMPLETE REAR AXLE
Call Barbara @ 442-2365.         Young @ Heart.               $700/month + security        able for the Eastern                                            ASSEMBLY - low mile-
                                                                                                                           ’04 HARLEY FAT BOY              age, from ’94 F150 pick-
                                No car? No problem!           deposit. 757-710-4747.       Shore. Call 757-710-4889        APEHANGERS, Triple              up. $500. Call 757-824-
  Real Estate                   Our community offers          EXMORE - 1BR, $500 per
                                                                                           and start saving NOW.           Exhaust, 6,773 miles.           0309 or 757-894-3952
                                                              mo. + sec. dep. 709-2151     COIN     COLLECTOR              Asking $9,500. Call 757-
2.5 AC. WATERFRONT               scheduled activities                                                                      709-9112 or 757-709-4963.       FORD 4.9 6 CYL. EN-
Private wooded lot on             right in your own                                        will trade or answer
                                                              WACHAPREAGUE            -    questions about your sil-                                       GINE - $500. 824-0309
Thicket Creek near East               backyard.               2BR, 2BA, 3 decks, great                                     ’06 4-WHEELER 90cc,             or 894-3952
Point, great for small                                                                     ver and copper coins.           4-stroke, excellent condi-
                                                              island views, appliances.
boats, 6 miles from                  665-5848                                              757-710-5768.                   tion. $1,200 OBO. Call
Onancock, survey plat
                              DOWNTOWN ONAN-
                                                              $850/mo. 757-647-1001.
                                                                                           CUSTOM SEWING &                 757-710-2646.                         Wanted
avail. $30,000. 787-3932                                                                   alterations, clothes, mis-
1.5-ACRE lots for sale.
                              COCK - Town water and
                              sewer and trash pick-up
                                                                 Roommate                  cellaneous items - Judie
                                                                                                                           ’01 YAMAHA R1, 1000cc,
                                                                                                                           runs & looks great. Bright
                                                                                                                                                           STORAGE - need stor-
                                                                                                                                                           age for 2 16’ boats under
Melfa. $0 down. Owner         once a week included in         ONANCOCK - Lge.              Gibbs - 442-6836.               blue. $4,300. 757-709-2123.     roof with access to water
financing. Includes well &    rent. Large 2BR with liv-       house. $400/mo. Includes     HANDYMAN FOR HIRE                                               hose.    Preferably    at
septic. Call 302-674-5540.    ing room and eat-in             utilities. $100 + security                                                                   Schooner Bay or Deep
                              kitchen (appliances fur-        deposit. 757-710-0171.
                                                                                           - Quality work, reasonable
                                                                                           rates. Painting, carpentry,
                                                                                                                           Vehicles - Cars                 Creek. 252-289-5151.
HANDY MAN SPECIAL             nished). Washer/dryer
                                                                                                                           RVs, Trucks, Vans
- 3BR, 2BA SFH. Cheap
— 35% Below Market.
                              hookup. Cable ready. No
                              pets. No Section 8. $600             Services
                                                                                           plumbing & electric. Over
                                                                                           20 years’ experience. In-
                                                                                           sured. 757-710-4889.            ’77 MATADOR STA-
                                                                                                                                                            SILVER & GOLD
Cash only. Call (757)-        per month with security         SANTA’S HELPERS for                                          TION WAGON with
297-4867.                     deposit required. Phone                                      KELLAM’S TREE SER-              antique tags. 442-9333.           sterling, class rings,
                                                              hire. We’re here to help.
FOR SALE - 2 lots near        787-1995.                       We will trim your tree,      VICE - Complete tree                                             coins,broken jewelry,
Willis Wharf, off Seaside                                     shop for & wrap gifts and    and stump removal, 57 ft.       ’04 F-350 SUPERCREW             pocket watches, dental
                              PETER      CARTWRIGHT                                        bucket truck service with       - diesel, 4x4, long bed, lift
Rd. 2/3 acre for $44,900      MANOR APTS., located            mail your packages, etc.
                                                                                                                           kit, off-road tires, tinted         gold, diamonds,
& 1.25 acres for $55,900.                                     Call 757-694-1932            operator. Over 30 yrs.
                              in Exmore, Va., is taking                                    experience. We are in-          windows, billet grille.         antiques, estates & more
Row of pines around each      applications for seniors
boundary. Deep well, sep-                                     SEPTIC PUMPING -             sured. Free estimates           $17,500. Call 757-710-4144        Call Jerry @
                              62 or older. No applica-        Shore Septic. Starting at    anywhere on the Shore.
tic installed. 710-9308.      tion fee. Electric is                                                                        ’03 FORD SPORT TRAC             442-CASH (2274)
                                                              $175. Call 710-1040.         Phone 757-787-4380 or
HOME FOR SALE Hen-            included in your rent.                                       Cell 757-999-4380.              4x4 - Great cond. 135K          Wed.-Fri. noon-5pm
ry’s Point Subdivision,       Call 757-414-0020.              SIMPSON TREE &                                               miles. $6,000. 787-8805.
Accomac, VA. 3BR, 2BA                                         BOBCAT SERVICE -             HANDYMAN SERVICE:                                               BOB’S TEXACO in
                              PARKSLEY - 1BR apt.,            Tree trimming, removal       Construction, Remodel-          ’81 CADILLAC EL DOR-            Parksley. Buying junk
ranch w. garage on 1-acre                                                                                                  ADO Diesel. Very good
landscaped lot. $185,000.     $550/mo. Leave msg. at          and stump grinding.          ing & Repairs. Over 20                                          vehicles, large or small.
                              757-694-5332.                   787-2100 or 710-8477.        years of experience. 757-       cond. Low mileage. $4,850.      757-665-4277.
Call 757-710-1383.                                                                                                         Call Rodney 665-4639
                                                              FREE ESTIMATES.              678-7832

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  THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON                              THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON                                THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON

  THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF                            THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF                              THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF
                                           Plaintiff                                               Plaintiff                                               Plaintiff
                              CIVIL CASE NO. 10-186                                   CIVIL CASE NO. 10-172                                   CIVIL CASE NO. 10-164
  vs.                                                    vs.                                                      vs.

  DANIEL T. DOUGHTY                                      DOUGLAS W. AYDLETTE                                      COLLEEN MOLLEUR
  SENTARA HOSPITALS                                      JERRI C. AYDLETTE                                        TOWNE BANK
  HAYNES FURNITURE COMPANY,                              WACHOVIA BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION                                                                Defendants
    INCORPORATED                                                                     Defendants
                                                                                                                                ORDER OF PUBLICATION
                                            Defendants                 ORDER OF PUBLICATION
                                                                                                                     The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
              ORDER OF PUBLICATION                          The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of     the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
                                                         the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain       real estate described as follows:
     The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of   real estate described as follows:
  the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain                                                                         PARCEL I: All that parcel of land in
  real estate described as follows:                               All that certain parcel of land located in            Eastville District, Northampton County,
                                                               Northampton County, Virginia, known as Lot #168,         Virginia, being Lot 17, Townfield Meadows,
            All that parcel of land situate at Willis          Vaucluse Shores Subdivision, and designated as           shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 37,
        Wharf, Northampton County, Virginia, bounded           parcel number 038A2-01-BLK-00-168.                       pages13-15, and designated as parcel no.
        Southwest by the state highway leading to                                                                       00083-03-BLK-00-017.
        Willis Wharf and designated as parcel no.        standing in the names of Douglas W. Aydlette and                    PARCEL II: All that parcel of land in
        0011A-OA-BLK-00-029.                             Jerri C. Aydlette, pursuant to Section 58.1-3965 et            Eastville District, Northampton County,
                                                         seq. of the Code of Virginia.                                  Virginia, being Lot 18, Townfield Meadows,
  standing in the name of Daniel T. Doughty, pur-            And an affidavit having been filed that due                shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 37,
  suant to Section 58.1-3965 et seq. of the Code of      diligence has been used to ascertain the names                 pages13-15, and designated as parcel no.
  Virginia.                                              and location of all of the heirs, devisees and succes-         00083-03-BLK-00-018.
      And an affidavit having been filed that due        sors in title of Douglas W. Aydlette and Jerri C.
  diligence has been used to ascertain the location of   Aydlette; and that there are or may be other persons     standing in the name of Colleen Molleur, pursuant
  Daniel T. Doughty, whose last known post office        having an interest in the real estate forming the        to Section 58.1-3965 et seq. of the Code of Virginia.
  address is 4421 Willis Wharf Road, Willis Wharf,       subject matter of this suit whose names and last             And an affidavit having been filed that due
  VA 23486.                                              known post office addresses are unknown, namely,         diligence has been used to ascertain the location of
      It is ORDERED that this Order be published         the unknown heirs, devisees and successors in title      Colleen Molleur, whose last known post office
  once a week for two successive weeks in the            of Douglas W. Aydlette and Jerri C. Aydlette.            address is 2133 Mill Crossing Drive #115, Virginia
  Eastern Shore Post and that the parties named              It is ORDERED that this Order be published           Beach, VA 23454.
  herein appear on or before December 17, 2010, at       once a week for two successive weeks in the                  It is ORDERED that this Order be published
  9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court   Eastern Shore Post and that the parties named            once a week for two successive weeks in the
  for the County of Northampton, Virginia, and do        herein appear on or before December 17, 2010, at         Eastern Shore Post and that the parties named
  what may be necessary to protect their interests in    9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court     herein appear on or before December 17, 2010, at
  this suit.                                             for the County of Northampton, Virginia, and do          9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court
                                                         what may be necessary to protect their interests in      for the County of Northampton, Virginia, and do
           ENTER: This 17th day of November, 2010        this suit.                                               what may be necessary to protect their interests in
                           Traci L. Johnson, Clerk                                                                this suit.
                                                                    ENTER: This 18th day of November, 2010
  I ask for this:                                                                   Traci L. Johnson, Clerk                  ENTER: This 17th day of November, 2010
  JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                                                                                                                     Traci L. Johnson, Clerk
  Attorney at Law                                        I ask for this:
  P.O. Box 1410                                          JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                                   I ask for this:
  Yorktown, VA 23692                                     Attorney at Law                                          JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.
  (757)898-7000                                          P.O. Box 1410                                            Attorney at Law
                                                         Yorktown, VA 23692                                       P.O. Box 1410
                                                         (757)898-7000                                            Yorktown, VA 23692
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                         COMMISSIONER’S SALE OF                                     shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                          VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
                                                                                    PARCEL L: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
         Pursuant to Decrees of the Circuit Court of the County of Northampton,               MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-002E
Virginia entered in the cases specified herein, the following real estate will be
sold at public auction on Tuesday, November 30, 2010, at the Northampton                All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 8.56
County Circuit Courthouse, 5229 The Hornes, Eastville, VA 23347 at 12:00            acres, more or less, being Lot 2E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
p.m., to-wit:                                                                       shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.

       PARCEL A: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY                                                 PARCEL M: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
                 vs EARL CLEVELAND BENNETT                                                    MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-003E
                 MAP NO. 00013-0A-BLK-00-006
                                                                                        All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 6.97
           All those parcels of land near Jamesville, Northampton County,           acres, more or less, being Lot 3E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       Virginia, being 1.87 acres, more or less, and shown on a survey recorded     shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
       in Plat Book 5, at page 45.
           Less and Except a conveyance of 0.96 acre recorded in Deed Book          PARCEL N: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
       216, at page 347.                                                                      MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-004E

       PARCEL B: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs NATHANIEL COLES                                  All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 8.68
                 MAP NO. 00084-07-BLK-00-015                                        acres, more or less, being Lot 4E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
                                                                                    shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
           All that parcel of land near Bayview, Northampton County,
       Virginia, being 6,942 Sq. Ft., more or less, and being Lot 15, Bayview       PARCEL O: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
       Citizens for Social Justice Subdivision, as shown on a plat recorded in                MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-005E
       Plat Book 32, pages 84 – 87.
                                                                                        All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.83
       PARCEL C: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               acres, more or less, being Lot 5E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-000CA                                      shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.

           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being           PARCEL P: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
       known as “Common Area”, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision, being                        MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-006E
       0.86 acre, more or less, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36,
       pages 60 - 65                                                                    All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 8.30
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 6E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL D: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-001D
                                                                                    PARCEL Q: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 9.57                MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-001F
       acres, more or less, being Lot 1D, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                         All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being
                                                                                    15.54 acres, more or less, being Lot 1F, Phase Three, Waverly
       PARCEL E: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-002D
                                                                                    PARCEL R: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 7.68                MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-002F
       acres, more or less, being Lot 2D, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                         All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being
                                                                                    21.04 acres, more or less, being Lot 2F, Phase Three, Waverly
       PARCEL F: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-003D
                                                                                    PARCEL S: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being                     MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-003F
       10.61 acres, more or less, being Lot 3D, Phase Three, Waverly
       Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.31
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 3F, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL G: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-004D
                                                                                    PARCEL T: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being                     MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-004F
       11.04 acres, more or less, being Lot 4D, Phase Three, Waverly
       Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 6.22
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 4F, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL H: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-005D
                                                                                    PARCEL U: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.81                MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-005F
       acres, more or less, being Lot 5D, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                         All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.61
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 5F, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL I: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-006D
                                                                                    PARCEL V: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being                     MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-001G
       22.95 acres, more or less, being Lot 6D, Phase Three, Waverly
       Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.16
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 1G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL J: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 0028B-01-BLK-00-000B
                                                                                    PARCEL W: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being                     MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-002G
       18.85 acres, more or less, being the “Reserve Area”, Phase One, Waverly
       Subdivision, shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 29, page 90.                  All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.99
                                                                                    acres, more or less, being Lot 2G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
       PARCEL K: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.
                 MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-001E
                                                                                    PARCEL X: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.
           All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 7.28                MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-003G
       acres, more or less, being Lot 1E, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
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            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.20          Virginia, being 2.00 acres, more or less, bounded East by the right of way
        acres, more or less, being Lot 3G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,             of the V & M Railroad Company; West by Viola Thomas; South by L. H.
        shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                         Mears, deceased and West by Arthur Tryron Harmon and Normac, Inc.

        PARCEL Y: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                                   PARCEL DD: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY
                  MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-004G                                                      vs HARVEY INVESTMENTS, LLC
                                                                                                    MAP NO. 010A1-0A-BLK-00-081
            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 3.73
        acres, more or less, being Lot 4G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,                 All that parcel of land at Exmore, Northampton County, Virginia,
        shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                         having frontage on Lee Street of 88 ft. and extending back 131 ft.
                                                                                         bounded North by Kathy L. Thomas and Keith Pase; East by Lee
        PARCEL Z: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                                   Street; South by John Hamilton and West by Deborah T. Kirby.
                  MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-005G
                                                                                         PARCEL EE: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs MARY JORDAN
            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 5.95                     MAP NO. 00049-0A-BLK-00-128
        acres, more or less, being Lot 5G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
        shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                            All that parcel of land at Martin’s Siding, near Machipongo,
                                                                                         Northampton County, Virginia, being 0.25 acre, more or less, bounded
        PARCEL AA: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                                  North by Dunton J. Fatherly; East by the right of way of the
                   MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-006G                                          Pennsylvania Railroad Company; South by Annie Sample and West by
                                                                                         John Lane.
            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 9.99
        acres, more or less, being Lot 6G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
        shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                      The terms of sale shall be cash or a deposit of 25% of the bid price with the
                                                                                  balance due in ten days.
        PARCEL BB: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs DORMIN, L.L.C.                               Additional terms will be announced at the sale.
                   MAP NO. 00028-08-BLK-00-007G                                       Each sale shall be subject to confirmation by the Court.

            All that parcel of land in Northampton County, Virginia, being 8.74
        acres, more or less, being Lot 7G, Phase Three, Waverly Subdivision,
        shown on a plat recorded in Plat Book 36, pages 60 – 65.                     JAMES W. ELLIOTT
                                                                                     Special Commissioner
        PARCEL CC: NORTHAMPTON COUNTY vs VIRGINIA ANN EDWARDS                        7100 U. S. Route 17
                   MAP NO. 00049-0A-BLK-00-167                                       Yorktown, VA 23692
                                                                                     (757) 898-7000
            All that parcel of land near Kendall Grove, Northampton County,


                         CIVIL CASE NO. CL10-197


   The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain
real estate described as follows:
                                                                       PUBLIC AUCTION                                      Hawksnest Realty
                                                        THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL ON THE                                          33276 Lankford Highway
          All that parcel of land in Northampton        PREMISES OF DAVIS AUTO CENTER, INC. @                                           Painter, Va.
      County, Virginia, North of the Town of            10:00 AM ON WED, DEC. 15, 2010. THE
      Exmore, Lot 50 and 51 Block A, as shown on a      FOLLOWING VEHICLES ARE AS IS AND CAN                    Broadwater Rd. - 2BR, 1BA rancher on 5.3
      plat recorded in Plat Book 5, page 24 and         BE INSPECTED 1 HOUR BEFORE THE SALE.                    acres ..........................................................$129,000
      designated as parcel no. 0004B-01-BLK-OA-050.
                                                        06 BUICK LACROSSE, SR# 2G4WC582X61111605                Cashville - 2BR, 1BA, brick rancher ........$154,000
standing in the name of Vincent E. Daneker and
Marian B. Daneker, pursuant to Section 58.1-3965        05 BUICK TERRAZA, SR# 2GADV33L05D169141                 Quinby Machipongo Shores - 5 lots with 1BR
et seq. of the Code of Virginia.                                                                                singlewide, 2-car garage. Tell the in-laws you’d
    And an affidavit having been filed that due         04 DODGE DURANGO, SR# 1D4HD58D64F114179                 love to see them; you just don’t have room
diligence has been used to ascertain the location of                                                             ....................................................................$39,000
Vincent E. Daneker and Marian B. Daneker, both          03 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER, SR#
having a last known post office address of 12190              3C8FY68B53T565409                                 Miles Wharf - WATERFRONT high on a bluff
Hacksneck Road, Hacksneck, VA 23358.                                                                            overlooking Occohannock Creek, 3.05 ac. I have
    It is ORDERED that this Order be published          99 HONDA ACCORD, SR# 1HGCG1652XA024601                  been in real estate 25 years and this may e the
once a week for two successive weeks in the                                                                     most spectacular setting that I’ve had on the
Eastern Shore Post and that the parties named                      DELMARVA CREDIT, INC.                        market. DON’T MISS THIS ONE if you want
herein appear on or before December 17, 2010, at                    5007 LANKFORD HWY                           Waterfront ................................................$279,000
9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court                  NEW CHURCH, VA
for the County of Northampton, Virginia, and do                                                                     Farm land and hunting properties available
what may be necessary to protect their interests in
this suit.                                                                                                      For FREE INFO on these & other properties,
                                                                                                                              Call today
         ENTER: This 17th day of November, 2010                                                                                Virgil Watson
                         Traci L. Johnson, Clerk                                                                             757-442-3377 office
I ask for this:
                                                                                                                              757-678-3799 cell
JAMES W. ELLIOTT, p.q.                                                                                          
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1410
Yorktown, VA 23692
                                                                                                                  NOVEMBER 26, 2010 • EASTERN SHORE POST • 25


                                                                                          Post Car ds

                    CIVIL CASE NO. CL1000031000

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                                                                                            (757)787-1304                                 Heritage Cleaning Service
                                                                                 Mulch on the spot - 710-1166                        Construction • Residential • Commercial
                                                                               Compost - Fill Dirt - Top Soil - Sand - Special Mix                    757-832-0696
   The object of this suit is to enforce the lien of                          Eastern Shore Taxidermy Travis Pruitt                   $10 OFF Any Services with this coupon
the Plaintiff for delinquent taxes against certain                            Specializing in white-tail deer 710-8015                   One coupon per household, expires 11/30/10
real estate described as follows:

           All that parcel of land near Cheapside,
      Northampton County, Virginia, being 0.50 acre,
      more or less, and designated as parcel no.
                                                                        Fal l is he r e!!
                                                          Need Your Yard Cleaned, Your Shrubs &
standing in the name of Geraldine S. Spady,                 Trees Trimmed Before the Holiday?
Virginia S. Ellis, Emmerline S. Allen and Lillian S.      Need to Clean Out Your Garage or Shed?                                            209 Mason Avenue, Cape Charles
Collins, pursuant to Section 58.1-3965 et seq. of                                                                                            757-331-2433 ◆
the Code of Virginia.
    And an affidavit having been filed that due           WE’LL DO IT FOR YOU - FAST & AFFORDABLE                                      BLACK FRIDAY SPECIALS ALL WEEKEND
                                                                                                                                           Cape Charles Framing and Design is doing business
diligence has been used to determine whether
Geraldine N. Spady, Virginia S. Ellis, Emmerline S.      757-710-4535                               757-710-2487                                   on Mason Avenue as gallery209
Allen and Lillian S. Collins are living, or if
deceased, to ascertain the names and location of all
of their heirs, devisees and successors in title; that   R.W. Harlow & Associates, Inc.                                              NO MONEY DOWN!
                                                         Construction, Remodeling & Repairs
there are or may be other persons having an inter-
est in the real estate forming the subject matter of                                                                                 Government Mortgage Programs
this suit whose names and last post office address-
es are unknown, namely the unknown heirs,                 additions, butler services, barns, bathrooms,                              First-Time Home Buyer Programs
devisees and successors in title of Geraldine S.
Spady, Virginia S. Ellis, Emmerline S. Allen and
                                                         decks, rotten wood repair, drywall, electrical &                            Call Clayton Homes
Lillian S. Collins; and that due diligence has been         plumbing repairs, tile, snow removal, etc.
used to ascertain the location of Cora Lee, whose
last known post office address is P.O. Box 89,           703-409-5764                           757-678-7832                             302-934-6322 or
Townsend, VA 23443.
    It is ORDERED that this Order be published
                                                         Class “A” Licensed   All work warranteed                                     toll-free 877-680-8796
once a week for two successive weeks in the
Eastern Shore Post and that the parties named
herein appear on or before December 15, 2010, at
9:30 a.m. in the Clerk’s Office of the Circuit Court
for the County of Northampton, Virginia, and do
                                                               CASH 4 GOLD
what may be necessary to protect their interests in
this suit.
                                                              Silver & Diamonds
             ENTER: This 15th day of October, 2010          Coins & Broken Jewelry
                           Traci L. Johnson, Clerk

I ask for this:                                           CALL 442-CASH (2274)
Attorney at Law
P.O. Box 1410                                            Seafood                                               Pool Tables                       Accomack Tax Service
Yorktown, VA 23692                                         Subs                                                                                  Full Bookkeeping & Tax Service
                                                          Pizza                                                                                  Nanci Durrua, Owner, Operator
                                                                                                                                                 Electronic Return Originator
                     Public Notice
                                                             15617                                                                   28468 Lankford Highway
The Board of Zoning Appeals of the Town of                                                                                           PO BOX 277
Chincoteague will hold a public hearing on
                                                         Courthouse Rd.                                   Daily Lunch &              Melfa, Va 23410
                                                                                                                                                               PHONE: 757-789-7672
December 8, 2010, at 7:30 p.m. in the Council
                                                            Eastville                                     Dinner Specials                                         FAX: 757-789-0983
Chambers located at 6150 Community Drive to              757-678-7870                                      Kitchen Opens                             
receive public comments and views on the follow-                             11 a.m. daily           
ing zoning matter:

                                                                                                                                       ADVERTISE YOUR
Appeal 12-10-1 A variance request from Thomas
Clark, 7466 Lighthouse Lane, parcel #30A2-21-1.
The applicant requests to subdivide said parcel
                                                                    NEED A ROOF?
and convert the use of the structure to residential       Free Estimates • Lisc & Insured
use. Current zoning requires a minimum 25’ front
yard setback. The existing commercial structure is
located 10’ from said lot line. This property is con-
                                                          Class A Contractor • Member of BBB
                                                                   WEST ROOFING
                                                                                                                                      BUSINESS HERE FOR
                                                                                                                                       AS LITTLE AS $25
ditionally zoned Commercial District C-1.
                                                           Exmore, VA • 757-442-6966
Kenny Lewis
Zoning Administrator

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                                                                                                                                                         4:03 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                         8:40 a.m.

B        Chesconnessex Creek

         Onancock Creek
                                             8:43 a.m.
                                             3:02 p.m.
                                             8:57 a.m.
                                                              9:43 a.m.
                                                              3:53 p.m.
                                                              9:57 a.m.
                                                                               10:50 a.m.
                                                                               4:49 p.m.
                                                                               11:04 a.m.
                                                                                                11:59 a.m.
                                                                                                5:51 p.m.
                                                                                                12:13 p.m.
                                                                                                                       1:07 p.m.
                                                                                                                       6:43 a.m.
                                                                                                                       1:21 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        2:12 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        7:49 a.m.
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                                                                                                                                                         3:28 p.m.

                                         H   2:32 p.m.    H   3:23 p.m.    H   4:19 p.m.    H   5:21 p.m.         H    6:13 a.m.    H   7:19 a.m.    H   8:19 a.m.
         Pungoteague Creek               L   8:26 a.m.    L   9:26 a.m.    L   10:33 a.m.   L   11:42 a.m.        L    12:50 p.m.   L   1:55 p.m.    L   2:57 p.m.
                                         H   1:42 p.m.    H   2:33 p.m.    H   3:29 p.m.    H   4:31 p.m.         H    5:39 p.m.    H   6:29 a.m.    H   7:29 a.m.
         Occohannock Creek               L   7:52 a.m.    L   8:52 a.m.    L   9:59 a.m.    L   11:08 a.m.        L    12:16 p.m.   L   1:21 p.m.    L   2:23 p.m.
E        Nassawadox Creek
                                             1:06 p.m.
                                             6:37 a.m.
                                                              1:57 p.m.
                                                              7:37 a.m.
                                                                               2:53 p.m.
                                                                               8:44 a.m.
                                                                                                3:55 p.m.
                                                                                                9:53 a.m.
                                                                                                                       5:03 p.m.
                                                                                                                       11:01 a.m.
                                                                                                                                        6:10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        12:06 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                         6:53 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                         1:08 p.m.
                                         H   11:55 a.m.   H   12:46 p.m.   H   1:42 p.m.    H   2:44 p.m.         H    3:52 p.m.    H   4:59 p.m.    H   5:59 p.m.
S        Cape Charles Harbor             L
                                             5:45 a.m.
                                             11:33 a.m.
                                                              6:45 a.m.
                                                              12:24 p.m.
                                                                               7:52 a.m.
                                                                               1:20 p.m.
                                                                                                9:01 a.m.
                                                                                                2:22 p.m.
                                                                                                                       10:09 a.m.
                                                                                                                       3:30 p.m.
                                                                                                                                        11:14 a.m.
                                                                                                                                        4:37 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                         12:16 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                         5:37 p.m.
         Kiptopeke Beach                 L   5:14 a.m.    L   6:14 a.m.    L   7:21 a.m.    L   8:30 a.m.         L    9:38 a.m.    L   10:43 a.m.   L   11:45 a.m.

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                                       think it’s too early for the song          Historians are divided over                “We have an object, looks like a

                                       “Jingle Bells,” you’d better think      Pierpont’s character. Was he a             satellite going from north to south,
                                       again.                                  maverick who traveled the land,            probably in polar orbit,” one of the
                                          The tune was originally written      abandoned his family on several            men said. “I see a command mod-
                                       for a Thanksgiving program. Or          occasions and possessed little tal-        ule and eight smaller modules in

at Sea                                 was it? That’s debatable.
                                          James Lord Pierpont, an organ-
                                       ist for a Georgia
                                                                               ent for composing music? Or a
                                                                               tragic man who carried a nostalgic
                                                                                             memory from his
                                                                                                                          front. The pilot of the command
                                                                                                                          module is wearing a red suit."
                                                                                                                             Then they played “Jingle Bells”

Level                                  church, wrote the
                                       lyrics in 1857. The
                                       song was so well ac-
                                                                Post Op-                     youth and turned it
                                                                                             into a holiday fa-
                                                                                                                          on a harmonica backed by sleigh
                                                                                                                          bells. Both instruments are consid-
                                                                                                                          ered the first to be played in space

  By Linda Cicoira
                                       cepted that it was
                                       again     sung      on
                                                                 Ed Page                        It’s once again
                                                                                             the North against
                                                                                                                          and are now on display at the
                                                                                                                          Smithsonian National Air and
                                       Christmas Day and has been asso-        the South. Do you side with Savan-         Space Museum. And likely some

       uring the Thanksgiving          ciated with the December holiday        nah or New England? What did               alien is arguing about that some-
       holidays, I’m always thank-     ever since. At least that’s one ver-    the people of both areas think in          where.
       ful for more than one opin-     sion of the story.                      1859 when the song was reprinted              “Jingle Bells” is also one of the
ion about any given subject. The          Another is that the song was         with the revised title of “Jingle          25 most recorded songs in history.
right to disagree is one well-liked    originally titled “One Horse Open       Bells?” I’m sure they had their            So take that, Perry Como, Frank
concept in this country. And all the   Sleigh” and was written in 1850         opinions.                                  Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald. I bet
intrigue and argument makes the        while Pierpont was serving as the          Nearly 100 years later, astro-          all the big stars had different ideas
world go round.                        pastor of a local church in a town in   nauts aboard Gemini 6 played a             about how to belt out the lyrics.
   Get a couple of people together     Massachusetts. Or was it that he        prank on Mission Control that in-             I prefer singing it in the shower
and they will surely find some-        wrote it in a tavern when playing       cluded the song. They reported             to singing it in the car. Imagine the
thing to debate. For example, if you   the piano there? Another debate.        sighting a UFO with a jolly ole pilot.     contention those choices could stir.

 Post Office Mail                                    Chairwoman Gordy Earns Thanks
                                                     Dear Editor:
                                                                                                          partment and Accomack County Sheriff’s De-
                                                        I wish to thank Accomack County Board of             Thanks also to Onley Volunteer Fire and
  Listen to Our Children                             Supervisors Chairwoman Laura Belle Gordy             Rescue Station 18 for the use of its building for
                                                     for publicly responding to my recent Letter to       the celebration.
Dear Editor:                                         the Editor. Her acknowledgment of the opinion           We thank all who attended, contributed and
    Waste Watchers challenged the students of        of an ordinary county citizen is truly gratifying.   volunteered their help.
the Eastern Shore to tell us why their school                          Virginia Castellano, Parksley               Onley Veterans Celebration Committee
should recycle and what the benefits would be
                                                                                 Letters to
                                                     Parade Owes Success to Many sent by fax, the Editor may be
to their school and the community. After five
and a half weeks of no response,we had begun                                                   e-mail or snail-mail
to despair. But then, the day before the dead-       Dear Editor:
                                                                                                           using the addresses in the Publish-
line, 300 plus essays flooded in. And then, on          The Onley Veterans’ Celebration was a great
the last day, 300 more came in. We were cov-         success again this year. There were more than         er’s Circle at left. While the Post
ered in essays.                                      200 people in attendance to watch the parade,         will withhold a writer’s name with
    After many hours reading each one, it is         enjoy the celebration afterward and, most im-         just cause, all letters must be
clear that the young people of the Shore are         portantly, thank our veterans for the freedoms        signed and include a phone num-
asking all of us to conserve trees, save habitat,    we enjoy today. The Veterans’ Celebration Com-        ber for verification.
recycle what we can and pick up litter. Over         mittee would like to thank everyone who par-
and over, our kids spoke of the benefits of re-      ticipated and contributed to the success of this
duce, reuse, recycle.                                annual event.
    The Waste Watchers’ judges were touched and         We would like to thank the following spon-                       “They’re at the Post...”
overwhelmed by both the passion and the logic        sors who helped to make this event a success:
which children used to beg us to recycle. It seems   Wendy’s, Sage Diner, Heavenly Creations Bak-
the children understand, as one contestant put       ing and Catering, Walmart, PNC Bank, Shore                                Editor Cheryl Nowak
it, “trees and people have a partnership.”           Bank, East Coast Brokers & Packers Inc., Food
                                                                                                                               Staff Writers
    As one of the judges, I found it heartening to   Lion, Messick & Wessells, Bryan Daffin, Floyd                  Linda Cicoira and Cheryl Nowak
hear from so many young people who know the          Hall, Jim White, Vice Mayor Teresa Marshall
importance of reducing, reusing, and recycling.      and Mayor Billye D. Custis.                                    Regular Contributor
Waste Watchers of the Eastern Shore would like          Additional thanks go to the folks who helped                        Ron West
to sincerely thank the students and teachers         at the celebration: Council Members Billy                      Advertising Representatives
who took the time and made the effort to answer      Chance and Lance Eller, Jerry Crockett, Susan                Troy Justis and Angie H. Crutchley
the question, “Why Should My School Recycle?”        Rillo, Lynn White, Paula Jo Small, Tom Evans,                 P.O. Box 517 • Onley, VA 23418
    Our children have a lot to teach us about        David Lee Lewis, Scott Doughty, Coni Chandler                  e-mail:
how to prepare for the future. We need to pay        from Intrepid, Monica Hall from VEC Veterans’                      phone: 757-789-POST (7678)
attention.                                           Affairs, Wendy Ainsworth from the Virginia De-                          fax: 757-789-7681
                                     Jenny O’Neill   partment of Veteran Services, Onley Police De-

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