1 Free Waving Flags Photo by inda Cicoira May 17, 2013 By inda Cicoira Accused arsonist Tonya Susan Bundick appears to have above average intelligence, battles depression and is competent to stand trial, according to a psychological evaluation filed in Accomack General District Court. A report for her fiancé and alleged accomplice, Charles Robert Smith III, also known as Charlie Applegate, has not yet been filed. Smith s attorney has asked that it be kept sealed when it comes in. Bundick, 40, who lived with Smith, 38, on Matthews Road in opeton before the couple was arrested, met with psychologist David. Keenan of Virginia Beach on April 29 at Accomack Jail, where both defendants are being held without bond, the record states. Bundick is clearly depressed at the present time, Keenan wrote in information mailed to the court on May 8. She has a history of long-term problems with depression. owever, Bundick s current condition appears to meet the basic Circulation 13,000 Bundick Competent To Stand Trial criteria for the finding of Competent to Stand Trial and Competent to Plead. e said she should remain competent if she continues to take her prescribed mental health medications. She expresses the intent of doing so. She understands the roles of the defense attorney, the prosecuting attorney and the judge, the psychologist wrote. She has a basic familiarity with most commonly used legal terms and procedures. Tonya Bundick says that she intends to work with and to collaborate with her attorney. Ms. Bundick also understands the importance of maintaining appropriate conduct in court she is reportedly being maintained in a single cell in the Accomack County Jail. Keenan added, Bundick reportedly lived with her mother and father and older sister during her developmental years. She indicates that she was subjected to verbal and emotional abuse (and) physically abused by her father at times. 2 nd -Degree Murder Charge Reduced By inda Cicoira Devon Thomas Blake of Tasley will not be prosecuted for his original charge of second-degree murder in the death of a 23-year old Cape Charles man, according to records filed in Northampton General District Court. That decision was made last week when the 30-year-old defendant was set free on $10,000 secured bond for related charges of malicious wounding by a mob, and being a member of a gang and participating in a criminal act committed for the benefit of, at the direction of, or in association with a criminal street gang. According to law-enforcement reports, the victim, Jessie eon Jordan, was intoxicated when he was beaten and shot on April 13 outside A&E Auto & Truck Repairs in Treherneville. e was later pronounced dead at Riverside Shore Memorial ospital. The bond stipulates that Blake, 30, of Giddens ane is prohibited from leaving Accomack and Northampton counties. e cannot possess a weapon nor excessively drink alcohol or use illegal drugs while on bond. Meanwhile Blake s half-brother, Durell Fitchett, 25, of Daugherty Road in Tasley, also charged with wounding and gang activity, wrote in a letter to the Eastern Shore Post (Continued on Page 10)
2 2 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 Northampton Needs New Schools By Ron West Northampton School Superintendent Dr. Walter Clemons provided the Board of Supervisors with a brief update to the school system s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) Tuesday. Citing the age of the schools, Clemons said there is need to make extensive repairs or consider new construction. The school system s CIP calls for an estimated $20 million in repairs at the 60-year-old high school and $2 million for the two elementary buildings that date to The high school could be replaced, with a middle-school addition for about $30 million. Clemons suggested that the supervisors visit the buildings to get a true picture of their condition. Supervisor arry emond agreed and suggested that such a walk through be conducted once the students leave for summer break. Clemons addressed possible reasons for the decline in student enrollment. e suggested that part of the reason might have to do with migrants leaving the state and noted that it would be better to look at the number of students in June and then compare it to the number who enrolled in September. Finance Director eslie ewis reviewed the projected county budget surplus of just over $237,000 and its proposed uses, which include the Public Service Authority, 911 simulcast funding, overtime for law enforcement, and funding for county constitutional officers. A portion would be set aside for a 5 percent increase in supervisors stipends. The board voted to support the recommendations. The board reviewed the proposed tax rate and $25,092,091 budget for FY2014. The proposed tax rate is 68 cents per $100 of value. The old rate, based on the previous assessments, was 54 cents. While some property values rose slightly with the recent reassessment, the average was a drop in values of roughly 20 percent. Supervisor Rick ubbard suggested that the surplus funds could have been used to help hold the line on the new tax rate, which is expected to bring in approximately the same amount of funding as the previous rate had under the old assessment. The public hearing on the rate is set for June 3. The board unanimously approved semi-annual collection of real-estate taxes, which will go into effect for FY2014. Fire Companies To Divide Donations By inda Cicoira About $50,000 in donations will be dispersed to local volunteer fire companies based on the number of calls they answered during a recent arson spree, Accomack supervisors unanimously decided Wednesday. The formula was recommended by the Fire Commission and is based on 366 call responses from 20 companies. Each response gets $ Anything coming in over $50,000 will go to the Regional Fire Training Center. Donations were received in connection with the nearly 80 arsons reported in Accomack between November 2012 and April. Rounded to the nearest dollar, donations and companies are: New Church $2,049; Greenbackville $546; Atlantic $3,415; Saxis $1,639; Bloxom $5,464; Parksley $5,328; Tasley $6,147; Onancock $4,781; Melfa $4,372; Wachapreague $3,142; Painter $2,732; Exmore $1,230; Cheriton, Nassawadox and Eastville $273 each; Onley $5,464; Oak all Rescue $1,913; Northampton County and Maryland Station 200, $137 each; and Maryland Station 100 $683. In other business, the supervisors voted to add Bell s Neck Road to Virginia Department of Transportation s sixyear county plan after residents complained the road is often impassable due to an overflowing ditch and flooding. It has been deteriorating for years but has worsened recently, they said. Narrowing has resulting in parts of the road being five feet wider than other sections. Several local merchants asked the supervisors to support the sale of display fireworks banned in Virginia about 30 years ago. The board directed its staff to study a proposed bill and get input from state representatives. Fair Weather Adventures Custom Scenic Cruises and Bay Fishing Captain Mark Baylis USCG Ret Big Road Bloxom, VA Now iring Get paid what you re worth. Work hard and be rewarded for it. - Management Positions - Technicians - Sales Professionals & more! We re growing! Come Grow With Us. Take your career to new heights with ertrich. Apply Online hertrichcareers.com Or Call :
3 By Ron West Citizens for a Better Eastern Shore (CBES) hosted a seminar last Thursday for potential candidates for the first elected School Board in Northampton County, to be chosen in November. CBES representative John Ordeman and former Northampton County School Superintendent Dr. Dawn Goldstine presented the seminar, which included input from current and former School Board members on what the job entails. The panel included Northampton County registrar Terry Flynn; former board members arry emond, inda Giddens, and Ruth Wise; and current board member Mickey Merritt. All seven seats are up for grabs, including one from each of the five voting districts and two at-large seats. Flynn outlined the procedures to have one s name placed on the ballot. Though candidates must have a minimum of 125 signatures on their petition, Flynn urged them to get at least 150 in the event some signatures are not valid. To be valid, the signer must provide a current 911 address and be a registered voter in the county for the at-large seats or live in the appropriate district for those seeking to represent one of the five districts. Prospective candidates were advised to turn in their petitions as they are completed so the registrar s office can begin validating the names. The deadline to submit al paperwork in order to be listed on the November ballot is 7 p.m. June 11. Additional information can be obtained by going to the election website at Goldstine, who led the county s schools for 14 years, noted that the three major responsibilities of the School Board are producing a budget, setting policies for the school system and hiring and supervising school employees, including the superintendent. Former board member inda Giddens, who served from , said she had served on the Discipline Committee, had helped select a superintendent (Dr. Mary K. English), and had been involved in the decision to replace the high-school track. She urged anyone who gets elected to the board to get out and talk with parents and staff to know what is really going on in the schools. Former board member Ruth Wise, who served from , stressed the need for the board to provide equal educational opportunities for all children. Currently a county supervisor, e- Mond served on the School Board from While conceding that he had concerns with the state Standards of earning (SOs) and the federal No Child eft Behind (NCB) Act, the board is required to follow them. You can have your own opinions as an individual, but you have to do what is best for the children, emond said. e noted that one of the hardest decisions in which he was involved was the closing of the middle school in Machipongo. Merritt, who has served on the School Board since 2006, noted the importance of the technology program and voiced concerns about the loss of the middle school and the continued decline in enrollment. The economy of the county, lack of jobs, and the fact that families are having fewer children than before, are all factors in the decline, Merritt said. e commended the work that the teachers and staff do, as well as their commitment to the children. Merritt reminded prospective candidates that the School Board will be facing a major expense with the repair or replacement of the high school. Regarding the NCB and SO requirements, he said he would love to see a time when teachers are allowed to teach again rather than have to focus on standardized tests. Educator and parent Etta Robins said it is important for School Board members to show up at school events and to demonstrate sincere interest in the children, staff, and teachers. Former teacher Doug Coburn asked panel members if they felt free to bring up issues at board sessions, to which Merritt responded that he does, but that legal issues must be dealt with in closed session. Parent and former teacher Sharon Renner questioned if those on the panel felt that the superintendent would listen to what board members had to say. Giddens replied that she believed she could speak openly at meetings and that on occasion, she changed her views after hearing from other members. Income May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 3 Northampton Prepares for First School Board Election Family Dentistry We accept most PPO insurances and Virginia Medicaid and we provide a full spectrum of services. Se habla español Timothy Fei, DDS (757) Parksley, VA Builders of Fine, Affordable, Custom Modular omes Contact Us At: (757) A Virginia Class A Contractor TOWN OF MEFA PROPOSED BUDGET 7/1/13-6/30/14 Goldstine said that board members who encounter someone out in the public with a concern should listen, but not promise something they cannot deliver. A final question of the evening went to Merritt and concerned the selection of the current superintendent, Dr. Walter Clemons. In response, Merritt noted that the School Board interviewed all of the 14 candidates suggested by the State School Board Association. ocal Sales Tax $14, Decal Sales $5, Real Estate Tax $12, itter Control $2, Business icense $75.00 CATV Franchise Fee $3, Zoning Fees $ Interest Earned $ Fire Prevention $8, Miscellaneous $ Total $46, Expenses C.D. Marsh Jewelers As we celebrate 60 years of business, look for monthly specials with Big Celebration in June!!! Onancock, VA Office Supplies $ Trash Collection/Truck Expense $6, Town all Operations/Repair $2, Christmas Decorations $2, Street ights $8, Tax Collection $ Decal Expense $ Fire and Rescue $8, Mayor/Council, Clerk Expense $5, Zoning Expense $50.00 Grass Cutting $ Attorneys Fee $2, Ball Park $2, itter Control $2, Town Picnic $ Insurance(iability, Trash Truck, Bldg. Bond, Risk) $4, Miscellaneous $ Total $46, The Real Estate Tax rate will remain at.05 per Decal Fee will remain Full Budget figures will be available prior to the Public earing at the Town all. Public earing will be held at the regular meeting of the Town Council on May 21, 2013, at 7:00 P.M. at the Town all on Main Street, Melfa.
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5 May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 5 Court Postings By inda Cicoira Northampton Grand Jury A Northampton Grand Jury indicted 32 people late last week. More than a dozen are considered quiet and will not be made public until the suspects are arrested. Seng Map Pheav, 50, of Eastville was indicted on counts of abduction, attempted rape and sexual battery, occurring March 3. The victim told Investigator Raymond Gunter of Northampton County Sheriff s Office (NCSO) that she feared for her life during the offenses. Rykeem. Jones, 18, of Commonwealth Street in Exmore was indicted on counts of maliciously wounding Shanice Foster and violating a protection order on March 3, and obstruction of justice on March 5. According to the court record, Foster was treated at the local hospital for a stab wound to the right calf. Jones told Exmore Police Officer Jason Campbell he stabbed her by accident. Christopher Tazewell, 30, of Machipongo was indicted on counts of felony hit and run, unauthorized use, a third offense of DUI in five years, two counts of child neglect, three counts of malicious wounding, attempted malicious wounding and numerous misdemeanor traffic offenses. Witnesses told Trooper B.D. Kennedy that Tazewell s vehicle, carrying his 3-year-old daughter and an 8-year-old child, struck a car stopped just north of B&B Market at the corner of ankford ighway and Machipongo Drive on March 11. Tazewell was arrested at the nearby market where it took three officers to restrain him, Kennedy reported. Also indicted were: Mary Araza Asirot, 30, of Counselor ane in Virginia Beach and her fiancé, Christian Rodrigo Dagale, 33, of Mason Avenue in Cape Charles, charged with possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, possession of a gun while possessing the drug, possession with intent to sell 28 grams of a mixture of methamphetamine and salts, and attempting to transport drugs in Virginia; Brandon Antonio Tankard, 26, of Nassawadox, on two counts each of forging checks, as well as passing bad checks, all in March; Maurice Perry White, age unavailable, of Suffolk, on counts of possessing cocaine and marijuana and reckless driving, all occurring Nov. 2, 2012; Charles Alan ewis Jr., 25, of Woodland ane in Cheriton, on counts of possession of oxycodone, buprenorphine and drug paraphernalia on Jan 14; orenzo Stith, 54, of Cape Charles, on counts of possession of cocaine and marijuana and a sixth offense of driving on a revoked license, all on March 15; Daniel. Gregg, 24, of Tuskegee, Ala., on felony counts of receiving stolen property and forging a public document, and several misdemeanor charges, all on Jan. 3; Amy Sue Duer, 21, of Ann Avenue in Exmore, on counts of illegally obtaining a credit card, attempted credit-card fraud, credit-card fraud and three counts of credit-card forgery, occurring on Aug. 25; Karen Nicole Duncan, 21, of Upshur Neck Road in Quinby; Erica Nicole Ellerbe, 20, of Grayson Avenue in Exmore; and Brandon Rasmussen, 21, Oakland Drive in Exmore, on counts of breaking into the residence of Roy and Bonnie James of Exmore on Jan 24, two counts of stealing, and two counts of stealing property with intent to sell; David John Nord, 64, of Cape Charles, on a count of possession with intent to distribute between a half-ounce and five pounds of marijuana on March 2; Princeton oward Bragg, 29, of Bayview Circle in Cheriton, on a count of possession of a firearm by a felon on April 3; Arkierce (Dyce) Montwelle Davis, 28, of Exmore, on a count of possessing a cell phone in jail and two counts of delivering contraband to the facility on Feb. 6. In connection with the same alleged incident, Marcus Antione Carter, 47, of Birdsnest was indicted on a count of providing a cell phone to a prisoner and two counts of delivering an article to a prisoner without authorization. Uneka Unee James, 23, of Adron Street in Exmore was indicted on a count of providing a cell phone to a prisoner and two counts of delivering contraband to the jail. Northampton Circuit Court ocal rapper Arkiece (Dyce) Montwelle Davis, 28, of Exmore was sentenced in Northampton Circuit Court for possession with intent to distribute cocaine to 10 years in prison, according to Commonwealth s Attorney Bruce Jones. All but 16 months was suspended. is driver s license was suspended for 10 years. Judgment was withheld for Denise Elizabeth Bassett, 43, of Belle aven, charged under the first offender status with possession of morphine. She was given six months in jail for petty larceny, with all time suspended. The incident occurred on Jan. 1, Sentencing was deferred pending completion of a presentence report for: Nicholas Alexander Young, 35, of Exmore, who pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of a vehicle, petty larceny and driving on a suspended driver s license for the third time; Keyun Obrion Berryhill, 26, of Belle aven, who pleaded guilty to unlawful wounding, occurring in Exmore last year. Accomack Circuit Court Austin Charles O Brien, 20, of Nelsonia Road in Nelsonia man was sentenced to 24 months in jail last week in Accomack Circuit Court for trespassing and petty larceny. All but four days was suspended. e was ordered to perform 40 hours of community service by July 31. According to court records, Deputy Commonwealth s Attorney Matthew Brenner reduced the felony charges of breaking into Modest Town Baptist Church and stealing more than $200 worth of property because O Brien paid $1,450 in restitution prior to trial. Cape Center ankford wy. Cape Charles Dinner Specials Week of: May 18-24, 2013 Saturday Grilled Tuna & Jumbo Shrimp $16 99 Sunday unch: 3pc. Fried Chicken $6 99 unch: Pot Roast & Veggies $8 99 Dinner: Marinated Grilled Flank Steak $13 99 Monday Chicken Alfredo $8 99 Tuesday ot Turkey Sandwich $8 99 Wednesday Fried Drum Fish $15 99 Thursday Marinated Grilled Pork Chops $12 99 Friday Prime Rib: Queen: $13 99 King: $15 99 Janet Dodson, 58, of Nautilus Drive in orntown was given a suspended six-month sentence for misdemeanor receiving stolen property. The charge was reduced from a felony in a plea bargain. The crime occurred in October John Franklin Scanlan, 69, of Exmore was sentenced for misdemeanor assault and battery to 12 months in jail, with all but 30 days suspended. e was initially indicted on a felony charge of assault and battery of Trooper K.J. Johnson, occurring Oct. 2, John W. ill, 50, of Maddox Boulevard on Chincoteague was convicted of possessing methadone on June 5, A presentence report was ordered and sentencing ealth was scheduled for Mat August. was allowed to remain free on existing bond. Charges of distributing methadone and morphine in October 2011 also were continued until August. By Catherine Campbell ti Susan ardstock, 50, of Parksley of Onancock su was convicted of two counts of welfare As a mother of a child with congenital The heart incidents defects, occurred I want be- to bu m fraud. Three other counts were not prosecuted. help spread awareness to my ar tween March and A presentence report was ordered. ardstock community. m Any congenital heart defect (CD) th was allowed to remain free on bond. is serious, some more than others. m Jennifer Susanne Fears, 34, of Onancock was convicted of grand larceny and Some require a lifetime of medica- lif m te ne ch br go ju ea th he nu an R
6 6 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 six counts of obtaining money by false pretenses. Fears is free on bond. Northampton District Court Paul Joseph Spano, 91, of Prettyman Circle in Jamesville was charged with hit and run, occurring May 4 on Occohannock Neck Road, according to Northampton District Court records. I observed a bicycle and mangled cart in the ditch and the operator was already transported to the hospital, Trooper D.P. Tudo wrote in a complaint. Two witnesses said they observed the vehicle pull away from the scene, turn around and drive back by, leaving (the) scene. State Police Sgt. J.P. Koushel said the victim was Phillip Wayne Sharp, 54, of Painter. is condition is unavailable. Known for picking up cans on the side of the road, Sharp was riding a uffy bicycle when he was struck by the 1998 Chevrolet 2500 pickup. In another case, Frederick Eugene Walker, 55, of Exmore was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance and is being held without bond. Accomack District Court Shakeria Rogers, 20, of Boggs Road in Painter, charged with stabbing Vashad Reid of Bobtown Road in Melfa on April 18, will not be prosecuted, according to Accomack General District Court files. Deputy Commonwealth s Attorney Matthew Brenner filed a motion not to prosecute, noting that the victim is uncooperative and cannot now be found. Michael Yuri Weaver, 22, of Maddox Campground on Chincoteague was charged with stealing a fish tank and its contents from Day s Inn on Maddox Boulevard on May 10. The charge is a felony since he has been convicted of petty larceny at least two times. Mark annell Drummond, 29, of Pocomoke, Md., was charged with distributing a Schedule I or II drug on Jan. 9, possessing with intent to distribute a Schedule I or II drug, transporting drugs into Virginia, eluding police and destroying more than $1,000 worth of property, all on May 9. e was arrested that day and is being held without bond. erman Samuel Cherrix, 62, of Chincoteague was charged May 12 with threatening to burn an ambulance while Chinco teague Police Cpl. Tyler evin Greenly and an EMT were helping him. e also was charged with misdemeanor public drunkenness and assault. Cherrix is being held in Accomack Jail. TOWN OF CINCOTEAGUE, INC. FY 14 PROPOSED BUDGET PUBIC EARING TO BE ED MONDAY, JUNE 3, 2013 AT 7 PM IN TE TOWN COUNCI CAMBERS 6150 COMMUNITY DRIVE, CINCOTEAGUE ISAND, VA REVENUES EXPENDITURES REA ESTATE TAX GENERA GOVERNMENT TANGIBE PROPERTY TAX SAARIES & BENEFITS DEINQUENT REA & TANGIBE TAXES EMS SAARIES PERSONA PROPERTY TAX REIEF EXPENSES MEAS TAX CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS BANK FRANCISE SAES TAX BUSINESS ICENSE MOTOR VEICE ICENSE UTIITIES TAX TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX PUBIC WORKS FINES PUBIC WORKS ADMINISTRATION INTEREST SAARIES & BENEFITS DECORATION DONATIONS 6000 EXPENSES CEMETERY CEANUP DONATION 1000 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS USER FEES MOSQUITO CONTRO DIVISION BUIDING PERMITS SAARIES & BENEFITS ZONING ADVERTISEMENTS 2000 EXPENSES GRANTS/ITTER 2585 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS SAE OF CAPITA ASSETS 500 FACIITIES DIVISION EAT INSURANCE RETIREES 7500 SAARIES & BENEFITS FIRE PROGRAMS EXPENSES PAYMENT IN IEU OF TAXES - USFWS 6400 ROADS DIVISION ARBOR ADMINISTRATION 7000 SAARIES & BENEFITS RENTA INCOME TROEY EXPENSES TOWER RENT 5520 COMMUNICATIONS TAX RECOVERED COST FROM WATER MISCEANEOUS INCOME SOID WASTE COECTION FEE AW ENFORCEMENT FUNDS POICE DEPARTMENT E911 DISPATC REVENUE SAARIES & BENEFITS VDOT MAINTENANCE FUNDS EXPENSES ROAD PERMIT FEES 800 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS VA COMM. FOR TE ARTS GRANT 5000 EMERGENCY DISPATC POICE COMMUNITY DONATIONS SAARIES & BENEFITS POICE GRANTS EXPENSES SAFE ROUTES TO SCOOS GRANT CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS USDA GRANT VITA GRANT TRANSFER FROM 911 EQUIP RESERVE TRANSFER FR GENERA FUND SAVINGS TOTA GENERA FUND REVENUE $5,195,723 TOTA GENERA FUND EXPENSES $5,195,723 MAIN STREET PROJECT GRANTS MAIN STREET TRANSFER FROM GENERA FUND EXPENSES 3000 PROGRAM INCOME 3000 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS TOTA MAIN STREET PROJECT $941,523 TOTA MAIN STREET PROJECT $941,523 ARBOR RENT ARBOR SAARIES & BENEFITS SUBEASES/OADING DOCK/STORAGE EXPENSES ARBOR INTEREST 150 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS FUE REVENUE TOTA ARBOR REVENUE $179,867 TOTA ARBOR EXPENSES $179,867 TROEY GRANTS TROEY SAARIES & BENEFITS PROGRAM INCOME 7000 EXPENSES TRANSFER FROM GENERA FUND TOTA TROEY REVENUE $79,500 TOTA TROEY EXPENSES $79,500 WATER RENT WATER FUND WATERINE EXTENSIONS SAARIES & BENEFITS SERVICE CONNECTIONS EXPENSES INTEREST ON WATER RESERVE 360 CAPITA IMPROVEMENTS MISCEANEOUS INCOME 500 AVAIABIITY FEES TOTA WATER FUND REVENUE $1,065,126 TOTA WATER FUND EXPENSES $1,065,126 TOTA A REVENUES $7,461,739 TOTA A EXPENDITURES $7,461,739 TE FOOWING RATES AVE BEEN PROPOSED FOR TE CURRENT TAX YEAR WITIN TIS BUDGET: REA ESTATE TAX EVY $0.07 PER $100 OF ASSESSED VAUE EXCISE TAX (MEAS) 5% PERSONA PROPERTY $0.85 PER $100 OF ASSESSED VAUE EXCISE TAX (TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY) 4% MOTOR VEICE ICENSE $27.00 PERSONA PROPERTY TAX REIEF 65% SOID WASTE COECTION $1.50 PER WEEK A COMPETE COPY OF TE PROPOSED BUDGET, PROPOSED GENERA GOVERNMENT FEE SCEDUE AND WATER RATE SCEDUE IS AVAIABE IN TE TOWN OFFICE, 6150 COMMUNITY DR.IVE, CINCOTEAGUE ISAND, VIRGINIA.
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8 8 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 Community Notes Kiptopeke a Registrations are pouring in for the 25th annual Clean the Bay Day, dedicated to helping restore lo- Exmore cal rivers, streams, and the Chesapeake Bay. This year s Clean the Bay Day is June 1. Volunteers must register no FIS DAY! IT S TIME TO STOCK YOUR POND! Delivery Will Be: Friday, May 31 Parksley Parksley ivestock Supply ike us on Facebook! FIS WAGON To Place an Order Call ACTIVATE EASTERN SORE A challenge for healthy living Mamas and papas, grandmas and grandpas, bring the kids along and get moving together with your favorite activity. 30 active minutes a day, three times a week, results in health, happiness and so much fun. Weekly random drawings award prizes to those who meet the challenge. Register at ActivateEasternShore.com and start moving, Eastern Shore! later than May 29. Among the clean-up sites for the three-hour event are Kiptopeke State Park and the Exmore area. To volunteer, go to clean or call 800/SAVE BAY. Keep it up, Eastern Shore! The Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel Commission has selected Conrad CBBT Brothers of Chesapeake, VA to repair and repave the roadways of the tunnels and the open approaches of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel. This project was awarded through a competitive bidding process in the amount of $4,986, The project will include removal and replacement of the asphalt concrete overlay at the roadway level in both Thimble and Chesapeake tunnels, as well as along the open approach roadways at the trestle abutments at the end of each portal island. In addition, concrete repairs will be made to the underside and topside of the concrete slabs, while concurrently rehabilitating the tunnel roadway manholes. Work for this project will begin in the second week of May. This initial phase will not impede traffic. After the completion of the summer travel season, concrete repairs and re-pavement of the topside of the tunnel roadway ESTIMATED REVENUES General Fund Sales and use tax $15, Auto decals 4, Interest 2, Arts grant 1, Fire Prevention Grant 8, ocal consumption tax 1, Rolling stock tax Meals tax 25, Traffic fines 17, Application fees Capital credit refund itter grant 1, Transfer from reserve 5, Other income TOTA ESTIMATED REVENUES $81, ESTIMATED EXPENSES General Fund General Government Salaries $8, Commission to library Advertising Cost of auto decals Audit expense Insurance 2, Payroll taxes Chamber of Commerce dues Postage Office supplies egal services Safe deposit box Election expense Virginia Municipal eague dues aw enforcement 8, Miscellaneous $23, will begin. This phase will be conducted only at night to minimize travel delays. The entire project is expected to be completed by Nov. 30, The Eastern Shore Railway Museum in Parksley will hold a Spaghetti Supper to- Parksley day, May 17, at Parksley Firehouse Social all from 5 to 7 p.m. The menu includes spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, and an assortment of cakes for dessert. The cost of the dinner is $7 for adults and $4 for children under 12. Carryout dinners also will be available. All money raised will benefit the Eastern Shore Railway Museum. TOWN OF NASSAWADOX Proposed Budget Fiscal Year (July 1, 2013 June 30, 2014) Public Safety Fire Prevention Grant $8, $8, Public Services Garbage collection $31, Utilities 11, $43, Public Works Ditch project $1, andscaping/mowing $2, Special Projects ittle eague team $ Soccer field maintenance Arts grant 1, ESO donation 1, Mayor s discretionary fund 1, Undesignated 1, $4, TOTA ESTIMATED EXPENDITURES $81, A public hearing on this proposed budget will be held Monday, May 27, 2013, at 7:00pm, at the Town Council meeting at The Northampton Free ibrary in Nassawadox. This hearing will be held prior to the regularly scheduled May meeting. The meeting will be open to the public and the Town Council will answer questions and listen to comments on the budget at this time. Immediately following, the Town Council will conduct a public hearing to receive public comment on the Northampton County Solid Waste Management Plan. This plan is required in accordance with 9 VAC B. of the Regulations for Solid Waste Management Planning. The public is invited to review the document during normal business hours at the library. Written comments will be accepted until the time of the public hearing. Estelle J. Murphy, Mayor
9 May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 9 Mile POSTS Awards Births Promotions Appointments Shelly Emerson To Wed Stephen Zubko Shelly Emerson and Stephen Zubko have announced their private wedding ceremony to take place May 18, 2013, at Assateague Island, Va., followed by a private reception at The Marina Club in Captain s Cove on June 15. The bride is the daughter of Cindy and Kruno Filipic of Chincoteague and Paul Franklin White of Delmar, Del. She is employed at Midway Toyota in Pocomoke City, Md., and is the owner/operator of Shells Beach Beads. The groom is the son of Andrew and Barbara Zubko of Dallas, Pa. e teaches and coaches at Arcadia Middle School. After the wedding, the couple plan to honeymoon in Virginia Beach, and enjoy various days trips on the Shore. Belinda Booker Named Nurse of the Year An Eastern Shore ealth District nurse has been chosen as Virginia Department of ealth s Eastern Region Public ealth Nurse of the Year. According to her colleagues, Belinda Booker, a licensed nurse practitioner boardcertified in women s health, exemplifies the high standards of public health and reflects public-health Booker practices in her daily duties, as well as her time volunteering in the community. Belinda is a passionate professional who has demonstrated commitment to client education, to reducing barriers to health and to promoting health in the community, said Acting Eastern Shore ealth Director David Chang, MD. She is frequently the first a daughter, born to Jac and Parke Sterling of Richmond May 9. A native of Greenbush, Parke Sterling formerly lived in Accomac. a daughter, born to Shakendra Washington and awayne Ames of Treherneville May 8 a daughter, born to Keshonda and Cory Sample of Painter May 9 to volunteer for new initiatives or fill needed roles to prevent gaps to care or education. The Eastern Shore ealth District is proud to have her as a part of the team, and we are thrilled that her contributions have been acknowledged, in her selection as Eastern Region Public ealth Nurse of the Year. A strong client advocate in the clinic or community setting, Booker promotes customer feedback to increase service satisfaction, encourages staff and promotes leadership skills to advance education and best practices. Booker frequently is asked to give presentations at events or workshops, and has spoken on a variety of women s health issues Main St. Exmore, VA (757) MAY 21, 2013 EYEGASS TRUNK SOW 40% off full pair frame/lenses from any present vendor 40% OFF Full-Pair Frame/enses from any Present Vendor 25% % off OFF non-prescription Non-Prescription sunglasses Sunglasses (Costa Costa Del Del Mar Mar at at 10% OFF, off, except during 1-our 1 hour unch Special, Special, where where they they are are 25% 25% off OFF noon Noon to to 11:00pm! p.m. Featuring full frame lines including Costa del Mar, Juicy Couture, Kate Spade, Gucci, Tommy ilfiger, Banana Republic, Marc Jacobs and more! APPOINTMENTS for eye exams AVAIABE 8 am-5 pm Drop by at any time to enjoy our special pricing on frames with purchase of lenses with valid prescription! 40% off is for private/cash pay only not valid for use with any vision insurance. Vision insurances may be used this day but 40% off will not be applied as pricing is already contracted by your vision insurance company. No limit to number of full pairs of frame/lenses purchased. 40% off only applied to full pair of frame/lenses, meaning frame and lenses are purchased, ordered, and paid in full this day. No payment plans will be arranged for this special pricing. Value package pricing not available for combination with 40% off discount.
10 10 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 Obituaries Basil ee ickman Mr. Basil ee ickman, 62, of Pocomoke, Md., died Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at Coastal ospice at the ake. Born in Salisbury, Md., and raised in New Church, he was the son of the late Franklyn ee ickman and oretta Mae Evans ickman. Mr. ickman is survived by his nieces, Jennifer Barnes (and husband, J.D.) of Bloxom and Joni amilton (and husband, Jonathan) of New Church; greatnieces and great-nephews, Macey and evin Barnes and Nathan and Caroline amilton; brother-in-law, James Shelton of New Church; and numerous cousins. e was predeceased by a sister, Carolyn ickman Shelton. Graveside services were conducted Saturday, May 11, at Nelson s Cemetery in New Church. To sign the guest book online, visit Arrangements were made by Thornton Funeral ome in Parksley. Non-credit course: Personal Care Aide Mondays & Wednesdays, 6:30pm to 9:00pm June 3rd to July 24th This is a 40-hour non-credit course based upon the Virginia Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS) Personal Care Aide Training curriculum. The course is taught by a Virginia licensed RN and class size is limited to 10 students. Graduates of this program are only authorized to provide personal care nursing aide services to Medicaid Waiver recipients. All applicants are required to have graduated from high school or passed the GED. (ESCC also offers GED instruction and testing.) There is no placement test requirement. arborton Resident Dies Mrs. Dorothy Bierwirth, 88, of arborton passed away Tuesday, May 14, 2013, at her residence. A native of New Jersey, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Freida Brossog McCauley. Mrs. Bierwirth was predeceased by her husband, Edward C. Bierwirth. She is survived by her daughters, Doris Tosi of arborton and Dale ucker Mrs. Bierwith (and husband, ee) of Connecticut; four grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. To honor her wishes, the family plans a private service. All thoughts and prayers are welcome. Online condolences may be offered at Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral ome, Exmore. The curriculum includes: DMAS expectations and requirements Caring for the elderly Personal care and rehabilitative services ome management Safety and accident prevention in the home Food, nutrition and meal preparation Documentation requirements for Medicaid recipients. $395 The course fee includes the required textbook and work-book. There is also likely to be no financial assistance available for this course and full payment of fees is due at the time of registration. ~Charge Reduced~ (Continued From Front Page) that he is handicapped and incapable of such behavior. I got in a bad accident that made me disabled, Fitchett wrote from Eastern Shore Regional Jail (ESRJ) in Eastville. I got brain damage (and) a broken shoulder bone. I m partially paralyzed on my right side. I walk with a cane/walker. There is no way I maliciously wounded anyone. I m disabled. I m not a gang member. I m innocent. Fitchett is being held without bond, as is his brother, Deleon Kinte Fitchett, 29, of Blakenship ane in Tasley, charged with malicious wounding and gang activity. Commenting on the case, Northampton Sheriff David. Doughty Jr. said, The only thing that I can say right now is that through our continued investigation we have discovered new evidence relating to the events that occurred on the night of the shooting. DeAth by AcciDeNt? Need elp with Funeral Expenses? Call awrence and free advice The Accident awyer from the other side of the bay. I will come to you Rogers Drive, Nassawadox, VA Rent Maplewood Gardens Spring Clean-Up Crew!! Call Smith Island Cakes Wednesday - Friday Saturday 9am-2pm (unch) 9am-4pm May 17th Matt & Wayne Young Singing thru 9:30pm Dinner Surf & Turf Seafood & other specials Becca s 6 Smith Island Cakes now available at the Wine Rack!! Now Accepting: Visa, MasterCard, Discover ankford wy. Tasley For more information or to apply, call aura Fosque at Full payment will be required at the time of registration for the class. ESCC does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs or activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies; Dean of earning Resources, ankford ighway, Melfa, VA 23410;
11 May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 11 ATTENTION FEDERA BUE CROSS BUE SIED EARING AID BENEFITS AVE BEEN RESET! UPGRADE TO ONE OF TE WORDS MOST SOPISTICATED EARING AID CIRCUITS WIT NO MONEY OUT OF POCKET ATTENTION A FEDERA BC/BS MEMBERS: As of January 1st 2013 A Federal BC/BS benefits have been RESET making all Federal BC/BS Members eligible for new hearing aids with no cost to you. The 2 memory 4 channel Targa circuit is our standard Fed. BC/BS benefits hearing aid. ACT NOW within the next two months and you can receive this ONE TIME upgrade to the Bridge 8 4 memory, 12 channel, Bluetooth (optional) hearing aid circuit (normally $2,500 each) with no money out of pocket! Because we realize that most of our BC/BS members have our standard BC/ BS package, it would make no sense to upgrade to the same hearing aid circuit. So instead, we took this directly to our manufacturer and we were able to make available to you the most sophisticated, automatic circuits available in today s hearing aid technology. owever, for you we extend this ONE TIME opportunity to experience this level of technology, with no money out of pocket. After this offer ends we will return to fitting the current Targa hearing aid circuit as our standard Federal BC/BS package. et me be perfectly clear, the difference between your current hearing aid and the new BRIDGE circuit is like night and day. BRIDGE 8 - A EARING AID TAT DOES TE TINKING FOR YOU Using the available Blue Tooth Blu ink technology, with a push of a button on the optional remote, allows the user to hear a cell phone in stereo through their hearing aids eliminating the need to have to ever pick up or put the phone to your ear. The Bridge 8 is one of the most advanced digital hearing systems available in the world, providing the best sound experience in the most demanding listening environments. With Automatic Environment Management (AEM) the Bridge 8 automatically adjusts to your unique and changing environment. Adaptive directional microphones mean that the Bridge 8 can identify where the noise in the room is coming from and automatically turn it down, while simultaneously increasing the volume to the speech. This circuit creates hassle-free listening in noisy places, such as, restaurants or meetings. ENTRY EVE AID TARGA 4 Channel Amplier 3 Programmable Memories ow Battery Beeps Manual Telecoil Manual Volume Control VS MANUFACTURER UPGRADE: BRIDGE 8 Available Blue Tooth Cell ink Technology 12 Prescription Channels 4 Programmable Memories Automatic Telephone System Automatic Noise Management Automatic Adaptive Directional Microphone Automatic Wind Cancellation Automatic Sound Smoothing Data ogging Phase Feedback Cancellation Natural oudness Compensation ow Battery Indicator Call For An Appointment MAY IS BETTER EARING MONT ACT NOW AND UPGRADE TO OUR CUTTING EDGE BRIDGE 8 CIRCUIT WIT NO MONEY OUT OF POCKET
12 12 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 Property Transactions From Benny all Jr. To Tri Tran and Patricia Nguyen Jenkins Bridge parcel For $500,000 From Special Commissioner James Elliott and Thomas & Monique Jones To John Power ot 33, Unit 3, Trails End For $1,000 From Brooke Brown and Virginia ambertson To Vincent and Alfred Sciotti ot 201, Unit 2, Trails End For $4,500 From Deutsch Bank National Trust Co. & JP Morgan Mortgage Acquisition Trust To CR Capital Group, C allwood parcel For $8,700 From Federal ome oan Mortgage Corp. SPEciA SPRing SAvingS until May 31! Celebrate ousing Independence with an Affordable New ome!!! "The Independence" Starting from $80,900 $1,000 Gift Card with Purchase To Robert and Karen Phillips ot 965, Section 1, Captain s Cove For $195,000 From Kevin Dix To Theresa Bulger and David Bourne S. Main St. parcel, Chincoteague For $164,900 From Shore Bank To Dale and Marie Christensen ot 5, Bay Watch For $60,000 From arbour Asset Servicing, Inc. To Dale and Marie Christensen ot 29, Bay Watch For $20,000 Marriage icense Issued Michael Gilbert Colson Jr., 30, and Kathryn Ann Bamberg, 35, both of Nashville, Tenn. From Catherine Roberts To Mary Klein and Stella Dawson ot 15A, Rattlesnake Ridge Development, Chincoteague For $204,000 From Secretary of UD To Wade Summerville Arlington property For $26,000 PUBIC NOTICE BOARD OF EQUAIZATION for COUNTY OF NORTAMPTON Public notice is hereby given that the Board of Equalization for Northampton County will meet on the days hereafter listed for the purpose of hearing complaints of inequalities including errors in acreage. Upon hearing such complaints, either oral or written, the Board will give consideration AND INCREASE, DECREASE OR AFFIRM such real estate assessment. Before a change can be granted, the taxpayer or his agent must overcome a clear presumption in favor of the assessment. The taxpayer or agent must provide substantial evidence that the assessment of the property is not uniform with the assessments of other similar properties or that the property is assessed in excess of its fair market value. Appointments will be scheduled every 15 minutes to minimize waiting. To appear before the Board of Equalization, please call , ext. 3, 4, or 5, between the hours of 9 A.M. and 5 P.M., Monday thru Friday. Meetings of the Board to hear objections will be held at Courthouse Road, Suite 115, Eastville, Virginia. The dates and times are: June 4, A. M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. June 6, A. M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. June 11, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. Atlantis omes Rt. 13, Pocomoke, MD Serving DE, MD, VA, NJ, PA *Offer cannot be combined. Offer is subject to change. Contact housing consutant for complete details. Custom Built ot/ome Packages Bring this ad for $1000 off purchase MBR#2465 June 13, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. June 17, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P. M. to 5 P.M. June 19, P.M. to 7 P.M. June 20, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. June 25, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P.M. June 27, A.M. to 12 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. to 5 P. M. (Additional dates and times will be scheduled if necessary and advertised) By order of the Northampton County Board of Equalization as provided by the Code of Virginia,
13 FRIDAY MAY a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Restaurant, Onley a.m.-6 p.m. - Fish/Fried Chicken/Meatloaf Dinner Fundraiser - St. John s Baptist Church, 2 Church St., Onancock - $8/dinner :30 p.m. - Science & Philosophy Seminar: Agent-Based Robotics - ESCC, Melfa 6 p.m. - Celebrate Recovery Group mtg. - Family ife Center, Onancock - Meal: $6/single or $10/family 7 p.m. - ife Teach Series - Rachel/ eah Covenant Ministries Center :30 p.m. - Bingo (doors open at 6:30 p.m.) - Exmore Moose odge, Belle aven 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Town all, Main St., Exmore Monday MAY 20 SATURDAY MAY a.m. - TOPS mtg. - Market Street UMC, Onancock p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Market St. UMC, Onancock 6 p.m. - Bingo - Elks odge, Tasley 6-8 p.m. - Publication Celebration of ife for Me Ain t Been No Crystal Stair - Barrier Islands Center, Machipongo 6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, Parksley 7 p.m. - SPOTS mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley p.m. - AA mtg. - Christ Episcopal Church, Eastville 7:30 p.m. - Accomack County Taxpayers Assn. mtg. - Accomack County Administration Bldg. TUESDAY MAY 21 9 a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - St. Andrew s Catholic Church, 6288 Church St., Chincoteague 9:30 a.m. - Moms In Prayer Int l mtg. - Cape Charles Baptist Church, 501 Randolph Ave. 10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock noon - Church Women United mtg. - Naomi Makemie Presbyterian Church, Onancock - bring sandwich 1-2:30 p.m. - ospice Grief Support Prgm Randolph Ave., Cape Charles :15 p.m. - Glucose Control, Activity & Stress Class - Onley Community ealth Center, Badger n x6 to register 5:30 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Belle aven Presbyterian Church p.m. - Rachel eah Ministries p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA 6:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Trinity UMC, 109 Plum St., Cape Charles 6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC, Melfa 7 p.m. - Northampton County Democratic Committee mtg. - American egion Post 400, Eastville 7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist, Temperanceville 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC 7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Atlantic UMC a.m. - e Tour de Shore - Sponsored by the E.S. Chamber of Commerce - $60/registration day of event - Chamber of Commerce, Melfa a.m.-2 p.m. - Town-wide Yard Sale - Onancock 9 a.m. - Zumba Class - Chincoteague YMCA - $ :15 a.m. - Eat Smart, Change Your ifestyle Class - Onley Community ealth Center, Badger n x6 to register 4-7 p.m. - Spaghetti Dinner & Silent Auction to Benefit Baby Bronson Stevens - Atlantic Methodist Church - $10/adults & $5/children 10 & under p.m. - Gospel Fest - Ebenezer Baptist Church, Exmore p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co. 7 p.m. - Rhythms of the Shore (Dance Performance) - Arts Enter, Cape Charles - $12/adults & $5/ students WEDNESDAY May 22 TURSDAY may 23 Sunday MAY 19 May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 13 POST TIMES MAY p.m. - Memorial Garden Ceremony - Nandua igh School, Onley 2 p.m. - Bingo - VFW Post 2296, Tasley 3 p.m. - Ushers Day - Jerusalem Baptist Church, Temperanceville 3 p.m. - New allelujah Gospel Singers in Concert - New Allen Memorial AME Church, Franktown 3 p.m. - Rhythms of the Shore (Dance Performance) - Arts Enter, Cape Charles - $12/adults & $5/students 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Grace UMC, Wilson Ave., Parksley 7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac 2 p.m. - ESVA Tourism Commission mtg. - South Port Investments, 6513 Sunnyside Rd., Cape Charles 4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles ibrary 7 p.m. - Northampton County Parks & Recreation ine Dancing Classes - Indiantown Park, Eastville - $5/person p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSM, Nassawadox 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter Vol. Fire Co. 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - Downing s Methodist Church, Oak all 9 a.m. - Sunday of ope Planning Session for ocal Church eaders - to plan service to honor those touched by cancer - Cheriton UMC, Fellowship all - continental breakfast provided (Cheli West) 9 a.m.-1 p.m. - Veterans Employment Representative Available - Chincoteague Town Office 10:30 a.m. - Story Time - Cape Charles Memorial ibrary 10:30 a.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac noon - AA mtg. - St. George s Episcopal Church, Pungoteague 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - library, Nassawadox 6 p.m. - TOPS VA-550 mtg. - Zion Baptist Church, Social all, Parksley :30 p.m. - Kiwanis Club of Chincoteague mtg. - St. Andrew s Catholic Church 6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - Classroom A-51, ESCC, Melfa 7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Painter Garrisons UMC Art & Music on the Farm at Barrier Islands Center The Barrier Islands Center in Machipongo, will host Art & Music on the Farm on Saturday, May 25, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. This event will showcase fine art from the mid-atlantic as well as regional specialties, including local wine, flowers and plants, and handmade crafts. More than 30 artists will display and sell their wares, including painting, photography, jewelry, and pottery. Proceeds from this annual event will benefit the Barrier Islands Center. Musical entertainment will include five bands. Musical scholars Jon ohman, program director of the Virginia Folklife Program, and Gregg Kimball from the ibrary of Virginia will emcee the festival. There also will be breakout workshops with the musicians. There will be picnic lunches and refreshments for purchase. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 on the day of the event for adults; guests under 17 are admitted for free. To purchase tickets, call the center at
14 14 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 g tin s o P Up By Bill Sterling I SPORTS Sporting Clay Fun in Jamesville always have found the best shots are upland game hunters. A hunter who can take a quail from a rising covey flushed from some bramble is likely a better shot than the hunter who takes down a goose gliding in full view of the blind. But there are not many quail left, and, consequently, not many bird hunters. I hunted with Donnie Sparrow some years ago toward the end of his life. e reminisced about the glory days of bird hunting as we searched in vain for a covey to test our shooting skills. A group of men who once enjoyed hunting have found an alternative that satisfies their love of the outdoors and guns. They meet regularly at Eastern Shore Safaris in Jamesville and sharpen their aim on a sporting clays course which features 24 stations and simulates almost any shot found in hunting. The sporting clays course opened in 1989 and was one of the first in Virginia, but as more courses opened in the state and fewer out-of-area clients came to Jamesville, the course closed about nine years ago. owever, just recently, Webb reopened the sporting clays course in response to the demand of a group of local enthusiasts who wanted to get together. The nearest course on Delmarva is in Vienna, Md. Caleb Fowler, one of five men shooting clay targets one recent day, explained his motivation. I grew up on the Shore with guns, hunting and target shooting, he said. But as time passed, hunting became more difficult and less enjoyable, and I stopped. When I learned that Tom had reopened his great course, I enthusiastically got my shotgun out of its storage safe. Sporting clays which has been described as golf with a shotgun is a great way to get a lot of challenging shooting in a short time with the added benefit of enjoyable company in the great outdoors. You quickly pick up on the camaraderie with the group. Missed shots are the subject of good-natured teasing. Scores are kept, much like golf. But also like golf, the competition is often to im- Caleb Fowler takes a shot at a clay target over a pond. prove more than it is to beat the other shooter. The quintet shooting on the day I was a guest included Al James, a former New York City policeman; Russell Jones, a retired business owner in Salisbury and the current mayor of Onancock; Dan ytle, a former New York City advertising executive with Saatchi & Saatchi; Dick Freeman, a retired CEO of a Rhode Island hospital; and Fowler, a retired president/ceo of Cigna Property/Casualty Companies. Freeman and ytle still enjoy hunting and hone their shooting skillls on the course, but the others gave up hunting yet did not want to give up shooting. The weapons of choice were over and under shotguns, mostly Berettas. Shooting ranged from very good to not so good. Fowler has a personal best of 48 out of 50 on the course. One man, who will remain anonymous, told the group it was a baldfaced lie that he once missed 48 out of 50. I know I must have hit at least half a dozen, he said. Bob Edmunds, a shooting instructor, has twice recorded perfect scores shooting 50 rounds. The one thing they all seemed to have was fun. aughter filled the course. They even got a few laughs on me when I missed my share of targets. Mostly a duck hunter, I hit a few going away. But the crossing shots were tough. One station even simulated a rabbit running across the ground. My target was still running the last time I saw it. If you want to get in on the fun, the group sends out a regular announcing their almost weekly outings. Contact Fowler at and he will be glad to add you to the list. The cost is $25 for 50 rounds, with shooters providing their own shells. Or start your own shooting group. It s a blast. Pictured (from left) are: Caleb Fowler, Dick Freeman, Al James, Dan ytle, Tom Webb and Russell Jones.
15 Fishing Improves As Does Weather Bill Rawlings won Capt. Bob s Marina Flounder Tournament with three fish weighing 11 pounds, good for a firstplace prize of $1,014. Carl Peck was second with a total of 9.10 pounds for three fish, with John Rupp taking third. Fishing at Four Mouths out of Chincoteague last weekend, Scott Johnston did not catch a flounder, but pulled in a 38-inch rockfish that he released, not knowing trophy season was in, allowing anglers to keep one per person with a minimum of 32 inches. Trophy season continues for Chesapeake Bay and tributaries until June 15, but was closed on May 15 for coastal waters on the ocean. The Chesapeake Area season is May 16 until June 15, with a possession limit of two per person and a minimum of 18 inches and a maximum of 28 inches. There are plenty of big red drum being caught, but only those from 18 to 26 inches can be kept. Reports of speckled trout, with one angler out of Schooner Bay catching nine keepers, are circulating. Flounder fishing has heated up as the weather becomes more cooperative, with Green Channel, Bullshead and Burton s Bay in Wachapreague among the hotspots. Near Cape Charles, black drum are becoming numerous off 16 and 13 as the Northampton County Chamber of Commerce s 3rd Annual ower Chesapeake Bay Black Drum Classic Fishing Tournament starts today. Rediscover the NEW May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 15 We can get you in, get you help & on your way in 15 minutes or less! Ready for some fun? Come and get it! Genesis EP-310 Gas Grill / , Black $ 749 Summit S-420 Stainless Steel Gas Grill / $ 1499 Spirit E-210 Gas Grill / , Black $ 399 Scott Johnston with his 38-inch rockfish taken at Four Mouths out of Chincoteague while flounder fishing. SPORTS SORTS Information is available online at Soccer Camp Set in Northampton Northampton County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Challenger Sports soccer camp Aug. 5-9 in Eastville. Each day will include individual foot skills, technical drills, tactical practices and coached scrimmages. Each camper will receive a free camp t-shirt, soccer ball, giant soccer poster and an individual skills performance evaluation. Sign-up 45 days before camp for the free British soccer replica jersey ($39 value) or contact the Parks and Recreation Department at Kids Fishing Day June 1 The Eastern Shore of Virginia Anglers Club will hold a Kids Fishing Day on Sunday, June 9 at Morley s v Wharf Fishing Pier from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Registration starts at 13:30 p.m., and rods and reels will be provided to the first 50 kids. A cookout and awards presentation will follow the fishing. There is no cost. For more information, call One Touch Silver Grill /741001, Black $ $ Weber 3 Pc. Stainless Steel Tool Set /6630 $ GRIING TIPS from your local Rommel s Ace Store Manager, Chris ocklear Exmore 4102 B. ankford ighway Exmore, VA RommelsAce.com Weber Q 100 Gas Grill / Weber ickory Wood Chips /17053 $ 3 99 Although there's nothing like perfectly grilled steak, burgers or seafood, don't forget that you can also grill just about anything else. Enjoy more vegetables and even fruit in your summer cookouts. Asparagus, peaches, potatoes, corn on the cob, bread and more cook up nicely on the grill and it's a great way to have a healthier summer! Plus 10 other Convenient ocations - Severna Park, Perry all, Stevensville, Cambridge, Salisbury & Ocean City, MD. Seaford, Selbyville & Dover, DE. Chincoteague, VA. Performer Platinum Grill / , Black $ 349 Weber Vegetable Basket /6434 $ 19 99
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17 18 Eastern Shore Post May 10, 2013 Broadwater Advances to State Semi-Final with 5-2 Win Over Tidewater Story and photo by Bill Sterling Claire Rew picked off a runner on first base with the tying run at the plate in the seventh inning to give Broadwater a 5-2 win over Tidewater Academy Tuesday that sent the ady Vikings to a state semi-final game played yesterday after deadline. If Broadwater won that game, the state championship game will be played today in Petersburg at 1 p.m. Rew, the only senior on the Viking squad, also picked a runner off of first in the sixth inning to complete a double play following a called third strike. Rachel Fox had a double in the first inning, scoring Kelsey Parker to get the Vikings on the scoreboard first. Fox had two hits, scored two runs and stole three bases to lead the offensive attack. Jaime Bloxom had two hits and scored a run. On defense, Parker had 13 putouts at first and made several stellar stops on low throws. aura Merritt got the win on the mound with seven strikeouts and one walk. She appeared to be tiring in the seventh when Tidewater scored a run and put runners on first and third to bring the tying run to the plate. That s when Rew picked off the runner to end the game. Broadwater fell to Isle of Wight 7-3 in the Metro Conference Softball Tournament final despite having only eight players for the last four innings last Friday. I was proud of the way we battled throughout the game, but especially when we were down a player, said Viking coach Noble Palmer. The ady Vikings took only nine players to the Isle of Wight field, the top-ranked team in the conference, and then when one player became ill, Broadwater played eight players at the top of the fourth inning. With strong pitching from Merritt, the Vikings retired the Chargers in order in the fourth to keep the score knotted at 2, but Isle of Wight broke through in the fifth for five runs with the help of a triple hit to right field, where the Vikings did not have a defensive player. A couple of Viking er- 35 years exp 20 yrs. ASE Master Certified Same Day Repair New & Used Tires No appointment needed Foreign & Domestic Auto Repairs 5 qt. Synthetic Blend Oil Change & Rotate Tires $32 49 FREE Air Conditioner Check Present coupon at time of service to redeem offer. Not valid in combination with any other offer. Expires 6/30/2013 owest Prices on the Shore! 10% Senior Citizen Discount Monday-Friday 7am - 5pm, Sat. 8am - 1pm Next to the National Guard Armory 71 Kerr St. Onancock, VA Claire Rew drives in Rachel Fox, running from third, in a 5-2 Broadwater win Tuesday that put the Vikings into the state semi-finals. Rew picked two runners off first base in the game to help seal the win. rors also hurt the Broadwater cause. Parker had opened the game with a triple of her own and scored when Merritt drove her in. Parker and Katie Wendell each had two hits. eather Custis had a hit with an RBI. Merritt had one hit, and an RBI, stole a base and scored a run. Rew had a hit and an RBI. Merritt pitched the entire game and struck out six, allowing 10 hits and only four earned runs. In the semifinal game of the Metro Tournament, Broadwater defeated Portsmouth Christian 12-4 behind two hits from Parker, Fox and Rew. Fox scored three runs, while Parker scored a pair. Rew had two doubles. Bloxom and Custis also added doubles. Merritt got the win on the mound for Broadwater. Palmer noted Merritt had been working on a drop curve and had improved greatly this season. Mills, Webb Star at Collegiate evel annah Mills, a former Arcadia igh School standout athlete, helped lead her top-ranked Salisbury University softball team to a berth in the Division III World Series in Eau Claire, Wis., last week. Salisbury won the South Region to clinch its berth in the World Series and is scheduled to play the State University of New York at Cortland in the first round. In the regionals, Mills went 7-12 at the plate, with two doubles, a home run, six RBIs and five runs scored during the tournament. Mills was named to the all-tournament team for her accomplishments. Tyler Webb, a 2009 Northampton graduate now at the University of South Carolina, tied the school record of 102 career appearances with three outings last week. Webb also earned his 15th save and lowered his ERA to 0.54 with three scoreless appearances. Coach Chad olbrook called Tyler a first team All-American and the team s MVP, while highly complimenting his character in a postgame press conference. Go to to hear olbrook s complete remarks.
18 May 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 19 Nandua Baseball, Softball Cap Unbeaten District Seasons Story and photos by Bill Sterling unter Taylor hit two home runs to up his season total to a Shore-high eight in leading Nandua to a 14-0 win over Northampton Tuesday. Taylor had four RBIs and now has 37 on the season in only 50 at bats while batting.560. Jake Guy went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and Derek Bjorlo had two hits and three RBIs as Nandua completed a perfect 15-0 season prior to next week s district tournament. Ryan aynie threw the shutout, striking out 13 while allowing one hit. The team ERA for Nandua this season is 0.75, led by Austin eenan with an 0.00 ERA. Nandua had a slugfest in defeating Arcadia 26-1 Monday as the Warriors hit five home runs, including two by eenan, one a grand slam. unter Taylor, Noah Zember and Curtis Ormsby added home runs, with Zember collecting six RBIs on three hits. eenan had five RBIs while Ormsby added four. Aaron Scott, aynie and Bjorlo each had two hits. Ormsby pitched the five-inning complete game, allowing two hits and striking out six. Nandua blanked Salisbury Christian 3-0 in baseball Thursday despite getting only three hits against the visitors. Ormsby had a double, Taylor had a hit with an RBI, and Bjorlo had a hit to account for all the Warrior safeties, but Nandua s deep pitching staff hurled a shutout without using eenan, their ace, or Taylor, who threw a shutout with 13 strikeouts in his last outing. eenan has 31.2 scoreless innings for the season. aynie got the win with four scoreless innings. Ormsby came on in relief and pitched two innings before Guy finished out the game. We have a lot of pitching depth that makes our team very good, said Nandua coach uke Brankley. When you can rest arms and know that they are fresh going out there, it really helps their mindset. And team defense played a huge part in pitching a shutout against Salisbury Christian. Nandua Softballers Blank Northampton Grace olmes pitched a no-hitter as Nandua completed an unbeaten district season with an 11-0 win over Northampton Tuesday at the Warrior field. olmes struck out 10 and was backed by eight hits from Nandua, led by a 2-run homer from Janay Joseph, capping an 8-run sixth inning and ending the game on the 10-run mercy rule. Kinsey Kellam had two hits and two RBIs, Michaela Wescott had three RBIs, Caroline arvie had a hit and two RBIs. Autumn Ferguson and Katie Brewster had doubles for Nandua. Nandua walloped Arcadia 30-5 in five innings Monday behind 29 hits, including homers from Joseph and olmes and a grand slam from sophomore arvie, her career first. For olmes it was her district-high fifth roundtripper. Wescott, a freshman, continued her torrid hitting this season with a 5-for-5 performance. olmes pitched the first two innings and then was relieved by Natavia Wharton for three innings when the game was well in hand. The ady Warriors scored four in the first and piled on 12 more in the second inning. Arcadia scored all five of its runs in the fourth, with hits by Taylor ewis and Tiffany Trader. The win clinched the fourth straight Eastern Shore District championship for Nandua, which has now won seven of the last eight. The Nandua softballers blitzed Salisbury Christian 10-0 in five innings on Thursday. Ferguson led the ady Warriors with two hits, including a triple. Derrica Toppin was 1-for-2 with two RBIs. olmes pitched 4 2/3 innings before Natavia Wharton finished the game and preserved the shutout. Nandua broke the game open with seven runs in the third frame. The Warriors have used big innings recently to win games, scoring at least six runs in the past six games. Warriors rounded the bases throughout the game Monday in a 26-1 Nandua win over Arcadia. ere, freshman Derek Bjorlo, who has a team-high.679 on-base percentage this season, rounds third en route to scoring. Ponies Post Win Chincoteague earned a 12-2 road win over Salisbury Christian Monday with strong pitching from Cari Parks and Emily augh that limited SC to only three hits in the five-inning contest. Parks pitched no-hit ball for three innings with five strikeouts before augh pitched the final two innings, allowing three hits with two strikeouts. Alyson ickman led the Pony attack with three singles, three RBIs and two runs scored. Mary Bradley collected four RBIs on two hits, while Roxanne Sudendorf had two hits, including a triple, and scored three runs. Parks had a double with two RBIs and scored two runs. augh also scored two runs. Our hitting seems to be getting better as the season progresses, which is key for us to continue winning, said Chincoteague coach Jamie Parks. Chincoteague plays Northampton at Eastville on Tuesday in the first round of the district tournament with the winner playing the winner of the Nandua-Arcadia game on Thursday at the site of the higher seed. Arcadia defeated Chincoteague 5-4 Tuesday for its first district win of the season. No other details were available at presstime. Sophomore Sarah Jones has been Arcadia s top pitcher this season. The Firebirds won their first district game Tuesday over Chincoteague
19 20 Eastern Shore Post May 17, 2013 Arcadia Boys & Girls Win Track Titles A.W. Rayfield Mechanical, Inc. eating & Air Conditioning 24 hour emergency service Gas Furnaces eat Pumps Boilers $69 ot Water Systems Dual Fuel Systems Radiant Floors Geothermal Systems COO Take advantage of our pre-summer $69 tune up special *Expires June 15 th * Free Estimates 0% Financing Available *On new system installations All makes & models serviced or The Arcadia boys and girls won the Eastern Shore District track meet held at Eastville Wednesday. Tony olden won the discus (125-08) and shot put (43-06), Devon Rogers took the long jump (19-08) and 200-meter dash (24.32) and Tyler Warner won the triple jump (36-10) and 400-meter dash (54.91) to lead the Firebird boys, while Elizabeth Snyder had firsts in the high hump (4-08) and 100-meter hurdles (19.08) and Kristina Dedicatoria had wins in the (6:32.03) and 3200-meter runs (14:12.93) to set the pace for the Firebird girls. Snyder was also a member of the winning 4x400-meter relay team (4:54.09). The Arcadia boys compiled 82.5 points to 46 for second-place Northampton and 29.5 for Nandua. The Arcadia girls had 79 points to 42 for Northampton and 37 for Nandua. Angel Mateo, a Northampton freshman, had two wins for the Jacket boys in the (5:15.39) and 800-meter (2:18.66) runs. For Nandua girls, Jennifer Spicer won the 100-yard dash (13.20) and the long jump (14-0.5) and anchored the winning 4x100-relay team (53.22). Richie Shrieves of Arcadia won the 110-meter hurdles (18.14). Other Northampton boys wins were Jabreon Onley, 100-meter dash (11.83); Clifton Graves, 300-meter hurdles (48.38); Trevor Pitt, high jump (5-06); and 4x400-meter relay (3:53.66). Nandua boys wins included Trevon Pitt, 3200-meter run (11:02.31) and 4x100-meter relay (47.55). Other Arcadia girls wins included Zy nia Brown, 400-meter dash (1:10.76); Myisha Brown, 300-meter hurdles (52.84); and Sharcola Brown, 800-meter run (3:04.01). Other Northampton girls wins included Keona Smith, 200 meters (27.99); Abeni Selby, triple jump ( ); and Quateria Bailey, discus (71-00). Brenika Bailey of Nandua won the shot put ( ). The Group A regional meet will be held next Thursday in West Point with the top four finishers in each event advancing. Arcadia s Devonte Rogers won the 200 and the long jump. NOW OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Sunday-Thursday 11:30am-9pm Friday and Saturday 11:30am-10pm Dinner at 5pm Call for reservations Facebook: Aqua at Kings Creek Marina Waterfront Dining in Cape Charles, VA It s 5 o clock somewhere It s 5 o clock Somewhere specials... Specials Monday-Friday Mon-Fri 3pm - to 6pm 6pm Call for Details! Peter Rivera of Arcadia dribbles downfield as Chincoteague players Damian Orlando, 19, and Ryan Moltedo, 12, defend in the Firebrids 6-1 win Monday. Nandua Wins Key Soccer Tilt Nandua won the rubber match with Northampton in Shore District soccer on a goal by Elmis Mayorga off an assist by David Wright with 13 minutes left, for a 1-0 win at Eastville Monday night. The Mayorga goal was only the second goal given up this season by Northampton s José opez in district play. Caleb Clark got the shutout for the Warriors. The two Shore soccer powerhouses split the first two games earlier this season. Barring an upset Monday in the tournament semifinals, when Arcadia plays at Northampton and Chincoteague visits Nandua, the Warriors and Jackets will meet again next Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Nandua in the tourney finals. Northampton set up its showdown with Nandua with a 3-0 win over Arcadia last Thursday. Miguel Ramos, Bryan Delgado and Raul Gildo each scored a goal, with opez getting the shutout. Arcadia topped Chincoteague 6-1 Monday at the Firebird field behind four goals from Giovanni arreinga and single goals from Eli Gonzalez and David Martinez. Barrett Whealton scored for the Ponies. On Wednesday night, Nandua defeated Arcadia 6-0 with two goals from David Wright and goals from A. J. Jones, Zach Baylis, Andrew Colona and Trevor Cooper. Girls Soccer Northampton blanked Nandua 9-0 in girls soccer Thursday, with Taylor Webb scoring five goals to lead the ady Jackets. Caroline iler opened the scoring with a goal on an assist from Kennedy Webb. Taylor Webb than scored two goals, one assisted by iler. Ashley Glennon closed out the first-half scoring with a goal. Kelsey Bisker got on the scoreboard in the second half with a goal before Taylor Webb scored three more goals, one assisted by Nuvi Cruz and another by iler. Madisen ewis scored the final Jacket goal. On Monday, the Northampton girls defeated Northumberland to complete an season before entering the playoffs, where they will be the top-seeded team in the region. Next Wednesday, the Jackets will play at Nandua at 5:30 p.m. in the district finals. Goals came from ewis, iler, Bisker and Webb. Webb and Bisker also had assists.
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