1 Circulation 13,000 Free Bundick Awaits Sentencing on 2 Arson-Related Counts Story and photos by inda Cicoira It is a love story gone wrong. Very very wrong. And the result Tuesday was a new official designation for 40-year-old Tonya Susan Bundick, who now can be referred to as an arsonist. Just before closing arguments were to be made in her two-day trial, Bundick changed her pleas to guilty Tuesday in Virginia Beach Circuit Court. She entered Alford pleas, which allow a defendant to maintain his or her innocence while conceding that the evidence would likely result in conviction. Bundick could face up to 10 years and a fine of $2,500 for each of the two offenses, arson and the other conspiracy, in connection with the April 1, 2013, arson, the last of the Accomack County Clerk of Circuit Court Sammy Cooper swears in defendant Tonya Bundick before her testimony Tuesday. almost five-month spree. Commonwealth s Attorney Gary Agar did not offer a bargain for the pleas. Bundick said she was satisfied with (Cont d. on Page 6) January 17, 2014 Northampton eadership Crash Kills Pennyville Woman By inda Cicoira A retired nurse died last Saturday in a single-vehicle accident near the experimental station in Painter. State Police Sgt. Michelle Anaya said Pauline Frances illiston, 67, of Forest Grove Road in Pennyville was driving a 2002 onda CRV east on Shellbridge Road at about 4:15 p.m. when she Photo by Ron West Northampton Supervisor arry emond (left) was elected by his colleagues Tuesday to serve as chairman of the Board of Supervisors for the new year. Supervisor Richard ubbard was chosen to serve as vice chairman. ran off the pavement and struck a tree. illiston died that evening at Sentara Norfolk General ospital. Anaya said Trooper S. Brown investigated. Melfa Rescue and Painter and Exmore volunteer fire companies responded to the incident, according to the Center. See Complete Obituary on Pg. 9
2 2 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Wallops Research Park To Be Completed This Year By inda Cicoira Roads, utilities and the taxiway at Wallops Research Park (WRP) should be completed by December, according to reports made Wednesday to the Accomack Board of Supervisors. Caroline Massey of NASA said at completion, the island would be referred to as the Wallops Complex where the Mid-Atlantic Resilience Institute would support the designation of FAA testing sites and research would include shoreline studies. Massey said coastal changes from ong Island to Virginia Beach are expected to have the most impact. It s important that we have good science being done at the park. We were a two-legged stool until you let us through, Massey continued. We will be the destination for research worldwide. Kerry Allison, the new executive director of the Eastern Shore Tourism Commission, introduced herself to the board. She said international tourist attractions of Wallops rocket launches would be a priority. Allison also announced the Shore s first tourism summit on April 8 in Melfa and reported 348,000 people have visited the south welcome center since it was established in 2010, that 148 percent more visitors have gone to the commission s website since 2011 and that revenues for overnight stays on the Shore are up 20 percent despite a downturn in the economy. The supervisors also reappointed Calvert Seybolt and Irene Davis to four-year terms on the Accomack Economic Development Authority. The board also supported: applications to other agencies for various permits by Freddie Matthews and Kirk Miles of Shore Transport Services, Inc. to establish a medical transport company in the county; a grant application for geological mapping of Assateague, Metompkin, Parramore, Cobb and Smith islands for future projections; an Eastern Shore Artisan Trail that would provide tourism tools; a National Fish and Wildlife Foundation grant application to construct a shoreline protection project for Saxis. ouse Bill 697 to delay mandated storm water management programs until July 1, 2015, and ouse Bill 846 to exempt Chincoteague, Saxis and Tangier from the programs; ouse Bill 842 to add Accomack to the Port of Virginia Economic and Infrastructure Development Zone which supports and promotes development and expansion of local businesses; ouse Bill 844 that would allow establishment of an Eastern Shore Water Access Authority for the enhancement and maintenance of public recreational and commercial areas; ouse Bill 845 for continuance of historic Baylor survey lines; the award of a $67,345 grant to develop a county storm water ordinance; the revision of plans for Chesapeake Bay Act agricultural assessments. application for a $250,000 grant for repair off arborton s harbor. ewis Win Official; Recount Expected By inda Cicoira State Del. ynwood ewis, a Democrat, was declared the official winner of the Senate race for the 6th District late last week, beating out Republican Wayne Coleman by nine votes. Accomack Republican Party Chairman Wesley Edwards said Wednesday that Coleman plans to ask for a recount and will arrive in Accomack by the deadline Thursday to file the request. ewis must resign as delegate to take the Senate post and there is no indication as to when he might do that. Former Northampton Supervisor Willie Randall, a Democrat, has announced his interest in running for delegate. eaders from both parties say additional people also will throw their hats in the race. A three-judge panel posted in Accomack Circuit Court will oversee the recount. NEED A ROOF? Free Estimates isc. & Insured WEST ROOFING westroofing.net Exmore VA Beach no money down! Government Mortgage Programs First-Time ome Buyer Programs Call Clayton omes or toll-free
3 Northampton Supervisors Address Range of Issues By Ron West On Tuesday, Northampton supervisors elected arry emond and Richard ubbard to serve as board chairman and vice chairman, respectively for Northampton Schools Superintendent Dr. Walter Clemons announced that county schools would be reviewed by the State s Department of Education later in the week. Additionally, they will look at efforts being made to improve student test scores. Northampton County s schools have been struggling to achieve full state certification and have employed Edison earning to provide support. Asked by newly elected Supervisor Granville ogg about the success of Edison earning, Clemons noted that those figures would not be in until June. County resident David Boyd spoke on the issue of the Public Service Authority (PSA) and wastewater treatment in the lower part of the county. e suggested that rather than run the wastewater lines to Cape Charles, they be routed to the Bayview wastewater system. Boyd also charged that the survey measuring support for development of wastewater lines for commercial properties south of Cheriton was skewed. e added that diminishing population has caused some concern as to whether the lines are needed. Bill Parr, representing Eastern Shore Communications, urged the county to allow the company to install antennas on top of the water tank adjacent to the regional jail to improve wireless Internet communications. Northampton Administrator Katie Nunez said she would get back to him regarding the issue. County Economic Development Director Charles McSwain and Accomack- Northampton Planning District Commission Planning Director Curt Smith provided the board a review of proposed state regulations regarding stormwater man agement. Smith said revisions call for the county to assume much of the control over permit applications and approval, as well as associated fees. A stormwater management plan is required for property owners who disturb at least 2,500 square feet. Most agricultural activities likely will be exempt from the requirement. Robert Meyers told the board that Riverside Shore Memorial ospital s wastewater system in Nassawadox, which handles wastewater from several nearby clients will continue to be operated by Riverside after the hospital closes. Bob Panek of the PSA said Riverside might be interested in partnering with the PSA. The supervisors reviewed potential revisions to the county s Zoning Ordinance that has been under review since They agreed to schedule public information sessions for Feb. 26 and 27, with a public hearing March 11. Nunez reported to the supervisors that because of stipulations of a grant involved in the construction and sale of the former Sustainable Technology Industrial Park (STIP) in Cape Charles, the county must spend $599, for something that will be used for the county as a whole. Nunez noted that the money could be spent to renovate the former middle school in Machipongo. Plans being considered for the former school include use by the county s Emergency Medical Services (EMS), Parks and Recreation, and County Extension Service. ogg questioned Nunez regarding how problems with mold in the building would be addressed and was advised that the county would be responsible for mitigating the problem, regardless of what group or agency made use of the building. Nunez notified the board that the District 2 polling site needs to be moved this year from the American egion Post 56 building in Cheriton. She said alternative sites are being assessed. CJ Cathell Enterprises Get your taxes done No money up front! Pay your tax prep fees from your refund transfer. Doing taxes on parksley rd. for 31 years!!! We have 1 office B Parksley Rd. Parksley, VA January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 3 The emergency DeparTmenT at riverside shore memorial hospital Because emergencies aren t about waiting eading to the Emergency Room means you already have a problem. That s why we work hard to make sure you will be seen as quickly as possible. Many patients can bypass the waiting room altogether and are triaged at the bedside in a treatment area. Advanced technology and electronic medical records help caregivers schedule tests and begin treatments sooner. riversideonline.com shows you just how quickly, in minutes, a caregiver can see you so you will know what to expect. InQuicker lets you schedule a non-emergency visit through the riversideonline.com website and then wait in the comfort of your own home. You can t always avoid accidents and illness. But you can avoid long waits for emergency treatment. Count on Riverside for care that is effective, efficient and fast. You re not just a patient, you re a priority. Shore Memorial ospital riversideonline.com/shore
4 4 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Community Notes The Eastern Shore Railway Museum in Parksley Parksley will hold a Spaghetti Supper Friday, Jan. 24, at the Parksley Firehouse Social all. Dinner will be served from 5 until 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 years of age. Carry-out dinners also will be available. Proceeds will benefit the railway museum. If you have any questions, please call or omes Burned By inda Cicoira No injuries were reported, but the occupants of two houses that caught fire Monday could not return to their homes because of damage. Chief Randy Parker of Melfa Volunteer Fire & Rescue said volunteers from his company, Wachapreague, Onley and Painter responded to a blaze in a 1½-story wood-frame structure at ollies Church Rd. near the Southern andfill near Melfa at about 5:25 p.m. Jan. 13. Additional resources were requested from Onancock and Tasley. The cause of the fire was a kerosene heater that ignited a blanket, Parker said. The chief said it took about 45 minutes to get the blaze under control. Parker said more than 50 cats lived in the structure with an unidentified man, who told Parker that one of them pulled the blanket onto the heater when it jumped off a couch. The other fire was reported at about 2:30 p.m. at Gertrude St. in Parksley. Volunteers from Parksley, Bloxom, Tasley and Onley responded and found smoke showing from attic vents. Onancock and Melfa firefighters were then also alerted. Deputy Chief Wayne Marshall of Parksley said between 20 and 25 volunteers extinguished the fire, which was contained to the kitchen. The cause has not yet been determined. A three-member family escaped without injury and were helped by the American Red Cross, he added. andmark Razed Photo by Ron West The old Center Chevrolet Building in Exmore, which had remained vacant for years, was burned down last week by the town, which owns the property. In recent years, the building had been offered to a group that wanted to open a farmers museum, but the group found it too difficult to obtain enough funding to renovate it. While there have been some suggestions for the use of the property, no formal decision has been announced. Rommel s Ace 4102 B. ankford ighway Exmore, VA
5 January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 5 Court Postings By inda Cicoira Northampton Grand Jury Twelve Eastern Shore residents were indicted Monday by a Northampton Grand Jury on charges ranging from attempted murder to passing a bad check. Stephen Ray Carpenter, the 29-yearold Townsend man accused of attacking a member of the National Guard on Oct. 24, was indicted on counts of attempted murder, use of a firearm in the attempted murder, abduction, malicious wounding, hit and run, strangulation, driving under the influence of drugs, driving on a suspended license and possession of cocaine. ast month, 22-year-old Paige K. Eminhizer testified at a preliminary hearing that she had to fight for her life after Carpenter hit her from behind with his car while she was jogging on Sunnyside Road near Oyster. She said Carpenter got out of the vehicle and started beating her in the head with what she guessed was a tire iron. e then forced her into the vehicle, drove her to other locations, threatened her with a knife, fought with her over his long gun, tried to break her neck and choked her before she managed to get away from him and run into the woods near Eastville, she said, adding that she had never met Carpenter. Breyon Jordan Frink, 19, of Exmore was indicted on counts of malicious wounding and malicious wounding by a mob, both occurring Aug. 21, Wayne Arthur Kellam, 30, of Nassawadox was indicted on a count of possession of a firearm by a felon, occurring Oct. 11, Charles Alan ewis, 45, of Exmore was indicted on counts of driving after having been declared an habitual offender, DUI, refusing to take a Breathalyzer test, eluding and obstruction of justice. The offenses allegedly occurred Oct. 20, Shawn Eugene Nock, 43, of Virginia Avenue in Exmore was indicted on a third offense of DUI, a third offense of driving on a suspended license and illegal possession of a license plate. Rudolph Alexander Seymour, 40, of Birdsnest was indicted on counts of hit and run, driving on a revoked license, driving without insurance and failing to yield the right-of-way in connection with incidents occurring Oct. 26, Albert Devonte Tazewell Jr., 19, of Exmore was indicted on a count of carnal knowledge of a child under 13 on Sept. 15, Wilbert amont Sample Jr., 37, of Eastville was indicted on a count of maliciously wounding Ricardo C. Finley on Aug. 24, averne Ethel Manley, 50, of East Drive in Cheriton was indicted on two counts of forgery and four counts of passing bad checks in September Troy Earnest Moses, 43, of Cypress Street in Painter was indicted on a charge of committing a third or subsequent petty larceny, which is a felony. The crime allegedly occurred on Nov. 12, 2013, at Dollar General in Exmore. Carlos Brinkley Cardoza, 40, of ospital Avenue in Nassawadox was indicted on a count of possession of a gun by a felon and two counts of stealing a firearm belonging to Zachary Annon Searching for Miles Family & eirs Accomack County is searching for eirs & Family of David Byrd Miles ( ) and Mary Jane Taylor Miles ( ), and their daughter Olivia Miles ( ), of Northern Accomack County, Virginia (near Atlantic). The Accomack County Department of Public Works is seeking information in connection with the maintenance and possible relocation of the graves of these persons. These graves are located on property owned by Accomack County, Virginia, off of Greta Road outside of Atlantic, Virginia. Persons descended from or related to these named persons are asked to please contact the Accomack County Department of Public Works at (757) or the Accomack County Attorney at (757) on Oct. 26, Jeremie Dontae Collins, 27, of Reedtown Road in Eastville was indicted on a charge of a second offense of possession with intent to distribute cocaine on Oct. 30, Accomack Circuit Court A Belle aven man who struck his wife in the head with an axe pleaded guilty last week in Accomack Circuit Court to malicious maiming. Alexian Sample, 36, of County ine Road was remanded to jail to await sentencing. According to court records, the defendant snapped after finding a Mexican man at his house on Aug. 10. e told police that after beating his son, I went and got my axe I tore up the car and I went after my wife. e chased her towards Corner Mart on ankford ighway near the town, court records state. The victim, Charan Sample, fell in a ditch between the house and Merry Cat ane and the defendant hit her in the head with an axe. The defense lawyer told the court the blunt end of the tool was used. Charan Sample told Accomack Deputy Sheriff B.K. Greer she was running while holding her two-year old granddaughter and her son s hand. Greer wrote in the file, When we arrived at the scene the suspect stated if we would have given him 30 more minutes she would have been dead. Rodney Battle, 45, of Grove Court in Eastville pleaded guilty to grand larceny of jewelry belonging to Sheila Watson between Oct. 1 and Dec. 3, 2012, and two counts of obtaining money by false pretenses from A+ Gold Buyers on 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 Oct. 19 and 26, Battle also pleaded guilty to five misdemeanor counts of obtaining money by false pretenses, occurring in November and December e was released on existing bond pending sentencing. Dwaine Andre argis, also known as Red ip, 49, of Parksley pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine on Sept. 26, 2012, and distribution of cocaine on Nov. 29, argis was sentenced for the districution charge to 10 years, with seven suspended. e also was given a fiveyear suspended sentence for possession. The three years left to serve is the mandatory minimum term for a second offense. argis driver s license was suspended for six months. Northampton Circuit Court Marcus Antione Carter, 47, of Birdsnest was sentenced to a total of six months in jail for providing a prisoner at Eastern Shore Regional Jail a cell phone and delivering contraband to the facility on Feb. 6, Carter got three years for the cell phone charge, with all but two months suspended; 12 months for delivering cigarettes to the jail, with all but two months suspended; and two months for delivering matches. The terms are to run consecutively. Sentencing was deferred until presentence reports are completed for: Walter Merrill ewis III, 42, of Nassawadox, who pleaded guilty to grand larceny of 19 boat propellers belonging to Wayne Downing of Cape Charles on Sept. 18, 2013; Detravius Breon Upshur, 20, of Machipongo, who pleaded guilty to grand larceny occurring Aug. 18, 2013; a charge of burglary was not prosecuted; Christian Rodrigo Dagale, 33, of Mason Avenue in Cape Charles, who pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine on Feb. 10, Counts of 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 were not prosecuted. Court records state that $21,000, scales, drugs and a handgun were confiscated from Dagale s home.
6 6 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 ~ Bundick ~ (Continued From Front Page) her lawyers, Allan Zaleski of Norfolk and his son, Alexander Christopher Zaleski. The trial was moved from Accomack because so many local residents owned property damaged in the fires, are fire and rescue volunteers or are related to either the property holders or the volunteers. Bundick still awaits trial for an additional 52 counts of arson. Judge Glen Tyler ordered a long-form presentence report and remanded her to jail. Bundick s sweetheart, Charles Robert Smith III, 38, accused her of being the couple s arson leader. The former fire department captain pleaded guilty in late October to 67 counts of arson and a count of conspiring with Bundick. is testimony re-inforced a four-hour confession he gave just after the two were arrested about a mile from the last fire. I d always carry a (shop) rag, Smith testified Monday. I d just find a place to stuff it and light it with a lighter then I d be on the phone (to) tell her Cape Center ankford wy. Cape Charles oyal ocals Menu Week of Jan , 2014 Saturday Grilled Marinated Flank Steak $13 99 Sunday unch: 3pc. Fried Chicken $7 49 Dinner: Chicken & Dumplings $8 99 Monday Whole Jumbo Chicken Wings $0.65 each Tuesday ot Turkey Sandwich $8 99 Wednesday All U Can Eat Shrimp w/1 Side (Eat In Only) $13 99 Thursday Chicken Parmesan $8 99 Friday Prime Rib: Queen: $13 99 King: $15 99 it was lit. There was no pattern. Get a cup of coffee and ride around. Sometimes we d do it (set a fire) and sometimes we wouldn t. On April 1, Smith said, the two left their home about 8:30 p.m. and went to the McDonald s in Onley to get coffee, to Walmart to shop, to the Wine Rack for gas and to go to burn down a house. When they decided on the abandoned bungalow on Airport Drive, I thought it was a setup, he said. There were a lot of cars around she thought it was safe. She let me out and I set it on fire. We did not do a lot of planning, he continued, because we did it before. Smith said he and Bundick didn t commit all the reported arsons. There were a lot of copycats also, he said. Bundick took the witness stand to profess her innocence, claiming she was unaware of what Smith was up to on April 1 or any other night that he set fires. She denied lighting any of the blazes. Bundick said Smith, also known as Charlie Applegate, often worked at his auto-body shop in Tasley at night while she stayed home with her two children. She said that two or three times a week, for about an hour, he would take her for coffee and they would ride around. Bundick said she needed the outing because she stayed home all day with one of her children, who was home-schooled. She said she also ran a clothing store. If I had known what was going to happen I certainly would never have headed down that way on April 1, she said. Smith said he told her in a letter that he wanted the attention he would get from starting fires. On the night of the last arson, Charlie wanted to ride around I was playing a game on my cell phone, Bundick said. Frankly, at that point, I was just agitated with him. The defendant said the two had quarreled earlier in the evening when they shopped at the Walmart in Pocomoke, Md., over whether to buy Steak- Ums. e wouldn t speak to her on the way home and didn t stop at Davis Auto so she could make her car payment. You seem not to want to be here, she said she told him. All you have to do is walk. Bundick s testimony didn t alter the prosecution s evidence. She was caught driving the getaway car from the scene of the fire that ended the crime spree. Accomack County Commonwealth s Attorney Gary Agar questions convicted arsonist Charlie Smith during the arson trial of Smith s fiancée Tonya Bundick this week in Virginia Beach. Smith said Bundick was the one who wanted to set most of the blazes and he blindly followed for fear she would leave him because he is impotent. And cell-phone records show three calls in a matter of minutes that coincided with the time police saw Smith get dropped off and picked up near the fire site on Airport Drive near Melfa. Both Smith and Bundick testified that they loved the other. e cried as he told his story. She said her job was to reassure him, as he was insecure about himself and their relationship. e was also troubled by financial woes and the death of his mother and he had drug addiction issues, she said. Bundick said she was opposed to drug use and tested him before allowing him to move in with her. owever, she admitted she never asked him to take another test. Smith testified he told people he would smoke crack when he dropped Tonya off, but it was a lie. Allan Zaleski said Smith blamed Bundick for fires so she would go to prison and not be free to date other people. Zaleski said Smith wanted Bundick to wait for him. Yes, I m concerned about that, Smith admitted. It would kill me if I found out she was dating someone else. I want to do the right thing and yes, I don t want to spend the rest of my life in the penitentiary. I made a mistake talking. I made a mistake setting the fires. Smith said he told Bundick during a telephone conversation that she did nothing wrong because he knew the call was being recorded and I was trying to keep her out of this. Bundick said when she was free on bond, she talked to Smith 38 times on the telephone. Part of one conversation was played for the jury. In it, Smith said she had the right to visit him at the Accomack Jail. e has been held without bond since his arrest. She has been in Eastern Shore Regional Jail since December. Agar accused Bundick of trying to train Smith to change his story. No, I wasn t trying to train him, she said. If I could have trained him, I would have two years ago and we wouldn t be sitting here.
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8 8 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Obituaries Mamie A. Powell Mamie A. Powell, 53, died Thursday, Dec. 19, Funeral services were conducted Saturday, Dec. 28, at First Baptist Church in Capeville, with Pastor Kelvin F. Jones officiating. Arrangements were made by Cornish Funeral ome. ighway Retiree Dies Mr. George Matthews Shrieves, 78, of unting Creek passed away Monday, Jan. 6, 2014, at his residence. Born in unting Creek, he was Mr. Shrieves a son of the late Tully Fletcher Shrieves and Mary Matthews Shrieves. e graduated from Virginia Military Institute; went to work for the Federal ighway Administration; The owest Funeral Prices - Period. retired as National ighway Institute director; and was a member of Calvary U.M. Church. Mr. Shrives enjoyed his retirement on the Eastern Shore, and fishing and crabbing with family and friends on unting Creek. e is survived by his wife, arriett Stockley Shrieves; children, William Shrieves of Stafford, Va., Robert Shrieves of Springfield, Va., and Anne Shrieves Birch (and husband, Gregory) of Arlington, Va.; twin sister, Madelle astings of Machipongo; sister-in-law, Joyce Doty Shrieves; grandchildren, Christopher, Kevin, Jessica, and Victoria Shrieves; and many nieces and nephews. e was predeceased by a brother, John William Bill Shrieves; and a brotherin-law, William astings Jr. A memorial service was held at Calvary U.M. Church in unting Creek Sunday, Jan. 12, with Pastor Elizabeth Freund officiating. Memorial donations may be made to Calvary U.M. Church, P.O. Box 1254, Parksley, VA Memory tributes may be shared with the family at Arrangements were made by Williams-Parksley Funeral ome. 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Mr. Eder was predeceased by a sister, Sandra Eder Marshall; and two brothers, Robert. Eder and Eugene Francis Frankie Eder. A graveside service was conducted Sunday, Jan. 12, at Red Bank Cemetery in Marionville by Rev. Jeff Conrow. Memorial donations may be sent to Riverside Shore Cancer Center, P.O. Box 17, Nassawadox, VA Online condolences may be sent to the family at Arrangements were made by Doughty Funeral ome in Exmore. Elizabeth Mapp Taylor Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts Mapp Taylor, 91, of Franktown passed away Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, at eritage all Nursing ome in Nassawadox. er parents were the late Nannie Metcalf Mapp and Edmond Roberts Mapp. She graduated from Onancock igh School in 1941 and was a homemaker and member of Bethel U.M. Church in Jamesville. Mrs. Taylor was predeceased in 1980 by her husband, Richard Drummond Taylor. Survivors include her daughter, Mary Catherine Taylor Elliott (Jeffrey); grandchildren, Jeffrey T. Elliott Jr. (Jill) and Christine Elizabeth Peal (David); great-grandchildren, Colin Peal, Caitlin Peal, Ashlynn Elliott, Conner Elliot and Caleb Elliott; nephews, Dr. John Snyder and Billy Scott Taylor; and nieces, Dora argis and Stella Rohde. A funeral service was conducted Monday, Jan. 13, at Fairview awn Cemetery in Onancock by Rev. Judy Worthington. Family and friends may sign the guest book at Arrangements were made by olland Funeral ome at Nassawadox Sanford Carver Dies Mr. Delbert Wayne Birch, 67, of Sanford passed away Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, Md. Born in Sanford, he was the son of the late Virginia White Snyder and his step-father, Edward Snyder. Mr. Birch had worked at Campbell Soup and was an avid carpenter and wood carver. Other than his step-father, survivors include his wife, Gladys Marie Birch; daughter, Diana Kio (and husband, Shane) of Sanford; brother, Tony Czarniak of Mappsville; grandchildren, Carolyn and
9 January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 9 Christopher Kio; and cousin, Ben ibick. A funeral service was conducted Tuesday, Jan. 14, at Thornton Funeral ome in Parksley by Rev. William Jefferson officiating. Interment was in Groton s Cemetery in allwood. Memorial donations may be made to Sanford U.M. Church, Saxis Rd., Sanford, VA The guest book can be signed at Activity Planner Dies Mrs. Nancy Pancoast Totty, 70, of Parksley passed away there at Arcadia Nursing and Rehabilitation Center Saturday, Jan. 11, Born in Purcellville, Va., she was the daughter of the late Roy and Estelle White Pancoast. Mrs. Totty was the events and activities coordinator for the Eastern Shore Community Services Board. She was a Baptist. Mrs. Totty was predeceased by her husband, Stuart Gordon Totty Sr. Survivors include her children, Kelly Totty Clayton (and husband, George IV) of Newark, Del., Stuart Gordon Totty Jr. (and wife, Anne) of Atlanta, Ga., and David Rucker Totty (and wife, Sarah)of Parksley; grandchildren, Olivia Margaret Totty, Andrew Gordon Totty, Caleb awrence Totty, Corah ee Clayton, eah Coryn Clayton, and George Cornell Clayton; brother, James Pancoast (and wife, ois) of White Stone, Va.; and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services were conducted at Parksley Cemetery Thursday, Jan. 16, by Pastor Bob Boyce. Memorial donations may be made to the SPCA, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA Memory tributes may be shared at Arrangements were made by Williams-Parksley Funeral ome. CDR Russell Sturgis, Ret. CDR Russell Sturgis, U.S. Navy, Retired, 69, of Smith Beach, Eastville, died Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, at home. Born in Arlington, Mass., Mr. Sturgis was the son of the late Nelson and Dorothy utz Sturgis. e was a retired lieutenant commander in the U.S. Navy, with 30 years of service. e was a member of American egion Post 56, Cheriton, PCTA and ATC. A Celebration of ife service will be held at American egion Post 56 on Saturday, Jan. 18, at 2 p.m. Mr. Sturgis is survived by his wife, Brenda Bailey Sturgis; children, Ellen Sturgis of Jacksonville, Fla., and Mark Sturgis (and wife, Mikki) of Virginia Beach, Va.; brother, Dr. Nelson Sturgis of Sumter, S.C.; and grandchildren, Chloe and Seth Mack. Memorial donations may be made to The Appalachian Trail Conservancy, P.O. Box 807, arpers Ferry, WV Condolences may be sent to the family at foxandjamesfh.com Arrangements were made by Fox and James Funeral ome, Eastville. Retired Nurse Dies Pauline Frances illiston, 67, of Painter, former long-time resident of Deep Creek, died Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014, at Sentara Norfolk General ospital. Born in Nassawadox, she was a daughter of the late Melvin ee illiston and Nellie Williams illiston. She received her associate s degree in nursing from Eastern Shore Community College, retired as a registered nurse, attended eatherbury U.M. Church, and was an avid and talented gardener. Survivors include her sisters, inda Rouse of Melfa and Wanda Williams of Painter; and nieces and nephews, Darryl illiston (and wife, Jackie), Keith illiston (and wife, Dana), Brian illiston (and wife, Stephanie), Patty eenan, Susie Bruce (and husband, Aaron), and Melanie ong, along with their families. She was predeceased by a Ms. illiston brother, Melvin ee Sonny illiston Jr.; and a nephew, Jason Williams. A memorial service will be conducted at Williams-Onancock Funeral ome Saturday, Jan. 18, at 2 p.m. by Rev. Joynn art and Rev. Charles W. Parks III. Memorial donations may be made to eatherbury U.M. Church, c/o inda Bradford, P.O. Box 36, Tasley, VA Memory tributes may be shared at First Elected School Board Seated By Ron West At the first meeting of Northampton County s first elected School Board Wednesday, newly elected members William Skip Oakley and Randy Parks were chosen as board chairman and vice chairman, respectively. At the opening ceremony of the session, County Circuit Court Clerk Traci Johnson swore in the group. The board immediately went into an extended closed session to discuss personnel matters. Following the meeting, board members declined to comment on the future of Superintendent Dr. Walter Clemons, who is completing the final year of his three-year contract. The board did change the time and place of its meetings, which now will be conducted on the first Tuesday of each month, with a work session on the fourth Tuesday. Open sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the three schools on a rotating basis. The Feb. 4 session will be held at Kiptopeke Elementary School. Member Shannon Dunham suggested that it is not necessary for staff members to attend the monthly sessions. Currently, department heads are required to make formal reports to the board. Dunham said that if the reports are posted online, the board, as well as members of the public, would have access to them. Board member Jo Ann Molera suggested that a hard copy of the reports be placed in the Nassawadox library for the public to access. Parks urged staff members to come to the board if they need something, but not to feel they must attend all of the meetings just to read a report. Parent Stephanie Zodun addressed the dress code that is in place in the county s three schools. She noted that the dress code that has been used in Accomack County s schools for 14 years relies on personal judgment by staff, parents and students. We need a bit more leeway in what is allowed, especially in the winter, Zodun said. She urged administrators to attend after-school events as a way of showing their support for the students. It s disappointing to attend after-school events and not see administrators present in the building for the event. Miss Pearl Passes Away Mrs. Pearl Duncan ittleton, 99, of Accomac passed away Sunday, Jan. 12, 2014, at her residence. Born in Accomac, she was the daughter of the late Alfred Duncan Sr. and Pearl Bryan Sterling Duncan. She had worked as a chief deputy clerk for the Accomack County Clerk s Office until she retired at the age of 92. Mrs. ittleton is survived by a loving friend, Nancy Jo Revell of Modest Town; adopted granddaughter, Rosemary ill of Accomac; cousins, Maury R. Wolfe and Nancy O. Read; and halfbrothers and sisters, Bessie Custis, Alfred Duncan Jr., aura Belle Gordy and Billy Duncan. Funeral services will be private. Memorial donations may be made to the SPCA of the Eastern Shore, P.O. Box 164, Onley, VA To sign the guest book online, visit: Arrangements were made by Thornton Funeral ome in Parksley. The 2014 Media Directory of the Virginia Press Association reports: Eastern Shore Post Circulation: 13,000 Eastern Shore News Circulation: 5,061 That means one publication of your ad gets more than 2½ times the exposure in the Post than in the News. Moreover, A ads appearing in the Post are included in our online edition, for free, providing thousands of additional viewings. Make sure your ad is seen by as many readers as possible Advertise in the Post. Call
10 10 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 FRIDAY Jan a.m. - Duplicate Bridge - Sage Restaurant, Onley :30 p.m. - Science & Philosophy Seminar: ife as a Fighter Pilot - ESCC, Melfa 4-7 p.m. - Pork oin Dinner - Oak Grove UMC, Seaside Rd., Melfa $7/meals 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 Monday Jan. 20 SATURDAY Jan a.m. - Zumba Class - Chincoteague YMCA - $ noon - Soup Day - Bethel Baptist Church, 7628 Bayside Rd., Franktown - all are welcome to attend noon & 7:30 p.m. - AA mtg. - oly Trinity Episcopal Church, Onancock 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Eastville Vol. Fire Co. 10 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 p.m. - Central Shore ions Club mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley 6:30 p.m. - Cub Scout Pack 300 mtg. - Grace UMC, eemont all, Parksley 7 p.m. - AA mtg. - Keller Town all 7 p.m. - SPOTS mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley 7:30 p.m. - Accomack Cty. Taxpayers Assn. mtg. - Accomack Cty. Administration Bldg. Sunday Jan. 19 POST TIMES JAN :30 a.m. - AA mtg. - Cokesbury Church, 13 Market St., Onancock 2 p.m. - Bingo - VFW Post 2296, Tasley 3 p.m. - Zionaires in Concert - Bethel AME Church, 40 Boundary Ave., Onancock 4 p.m. - Pastoral Anniversary - Refuge Temple Outreach Ministry, Pocomoke WEDNESDAY Jan. 22 7:45 a.m. - Kiwanis Club of Accomack mtg. - Sage Diner, Onley noon - AA mtg. - UMC, 66 Market St., Onancock 2 p.m. - E.S. Tourism Commission mtg A Market St., Onancock 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac 4 p.m. - Arts & Crafts Time - Cape Charles Memorial ibrary 5:30-6:30 p.m. - Free Meals for the ungry - Epworth UMC, Exmore p.m. - Prayer ine Open - Call or or w/prayer requests 6:30 p.m. - ampton Roads Tea Party mtg. - ittle Italy Restaurant, Nassawadox - refreshments served 7 p.m. - AA & Al-Anon mtgs. - RSM, Nassawadox 7:30 p.m. - Bingo - Painter VFC MK, Jr. Day Celebrated on the Shore The 23rd Annual Community Unity Breakfast will be held Monday, Jan. 20, at 8:30 a.m. in the cafeteria of Northampton igh School. Tickets are $6 for adults, with no charge for students. The featured speaker for this year s breakfast will be Willie Randall. The Eastern Shore Community Services Network, Inc., and Optima Family Care will coordinate a booth on information relevant to health care. In addition, voter registration will be available. All participants are asked to bring non-perishable foods for the needy. A special commemorative program will be sold to help fund this event. The breakfast will be followed by the 24th Annual Unity Walk to the Eastville Courthouse. The Accomack County Branch NAACP and Mary N. Smith Cultural Center will sponsor Martin uther King Jr. Celebrations on Monday, Jan. 20. At 10 a.m. there will be a service at Macedonia AME Church. The guest speaker will be Rev. Willie Justice, pastor of oly Trinity Baptist Church in Boston. The annual March to the Courthouse will follow. At 1:30 p.m. there will be a Youth Empowerment Rally at the Mary N. Smith Cultural Center in Accomac. There will be special presentations for the youth. Refreshments will be served. Emergency Response Winter Training Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program will begin Monday, Feb. 3. The 20.5-hour program consists of both lecture and practical exercises. The class will be held on Monday, Feb. 3, 10, 17 and 24, from 6 to 10 p.m., and on Thursday, Feb. 27 from 5:30 to 10 p.m. Participants must attend all sessions to receive credit. All classes will be held at the E.S. Regional Fire Training Center, Beacon Rd., Melfa. This course is free. Call J.J. Justis at to register. There is a minimum of 10 participants or the class will be cancelled. TUESDAY Jan. 21 TURSDAY Jan a.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - St. Andrew's Catholic Church, Chincoteague 10 a.m. - Bingo - Accomack Sr. Village, Onancock noon - Church Women United mtg. - Naomi Makemie Presbyterian Church, Onancock - bring sandwich 5:30 p.m. - TOPS mtg. - Belle aven Presbyterian Church p.m. - Rachel eah Ministries p.m. - Bingo - Pocomoke Elks, next to YMCA 6:30-8:30 p.m. - GED Class - ESCC, Melfa 7 p.m. - Narcotics Anon. mtg. - Jerusalem Baptist Church, Temperanceville 7 p.m. - Northampton Cty. Democratic Committee mtg. - American egion Post 400, Eastville 7:30 p.m. - Al-Anon mtg. - Atlantic UMC :30 p.m. - Bingo - smoke free - Cheriton VFC 9 a.m.-1 p.m. - Veterans Employment Rep. Available - Chincoteague Town Office 9 a.m.-3 p.m. - E.S. Master Gardeners Training Class - Experimental Station, Painter x29 10:30 a.m. - Children s Story our - E.S. Public ibrary, Accomac 2 p.m. - Children s Story our - library, Nassawadox 4 p.m. - Chess Club - Cape Charles Memorial ibrary - all ages & levels welcome 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 - ESCC, Classroom A-51, Melfa 7 p.m. - NA mtg. - Painter Garrison UMC
11 January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 11 P A S T I M E S ast Week s Answers
12 12 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Posting Up By Bill Sterling A Northampton Public Schools student counselor and former Eastern Shore football player is developing a Pop Warner Football eague that will groom young athletes between the ages of 5 and 15 for a more successful high-school football career. arry Giddens Jr., a 1996 graduate of Nandua igh School and the acting board president of the local Pop Warner ittle Scholars, Inc., spoke with fellow board members recently about organizing the league. A national nonprofit founded in 1929, Pop Warner is a scholastic-based sports organization that requires all of its participants to maintain at least a 2.0 GPA. Giddens says his interest was piqued when Adrian Smith, who officiated games in Berlin, Md., last season, contacted him about starting a league on the Shore. Players must have a 2.0 grade point The logo for the Eastern Shore Pop Warner eague is pictured above. Go to league s Facebook page for more information. SPORTS Pop Warner Football eague Forming ere average in school to play, so academics are stressed. In fact, awards are made at the end of season based on academics and athletics, said Giddens. We want to work with the local high schools to provide a feeder program for the football teams, says Giddens. The goal is to master five plays that are run by each of the Shore s high-school teams. ocal football teams have fared poorly recently in playoff contests, and one of the factors often cited is that competing teams have feeder programs in many cases a Pop Warner eague that use the same system as the high school. Giddens says he plans to meet with Accomack County Parks and Recreation, which operates a youth football league, to work together on providing Shore youth an opportunity to learn the fundamentals of football. Currently, there is no youth football program in Northampton. The Shore Pop Warner will be a part of the Delaware-based enlopen Pop Warner Youth Football & Cheerleading Organization. Giddens says the kids will get the exposure of traveling and playing outof-area teams, helping them prepare for high-school play. In December, 11-year-old Cameron Watson of Painter, the son of Buddy Watson, traveled to Orlando, Fla., for the Pop Warner Super Bowl, where he and his teammates on the Norfolk Saints became the Junior Pee-Wee National Champions. The average cost per child participating in a Pop Warner eague is around $250 to cover equipment, liability and travel. According to Giddens, the board is looking at a variety of options to cut costs, such as sibling discounts, payment plans and local business sponsorships. Giddens says the league has not yet determined a final registration cost nor locations for its weekly practices and Saturday games. The association s goal for the upcoming 2014 season, which begins Aug. 1, is to have six teams with at least 30 players. No child who registers for Pop Warner will be turned away from the program. Giddens says in addition to Smith, who is familiar with the Pop Warner brand, the league is fortunate to have Colonial Square 13C Belle aven Wednesday 8-3 Myland Bland as its directors of football coaches. Bland coached American Youth Football leagues in San Diego, Calif., for eight years. Giddens says there is a great need now for volunteer coaches to work with the youth, and sponsors to help with the expenses. We welcome anyone interested in youth or football to contact us. To make this work, we need volunteers. To learn more about the Eastern Shore Pop Warner Football & Cheerleading Association, volunteer to help with it, or register for the league, visit the association s Facebook page or Belle aven (757)
13 January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 13 SPORTS SORTS Northampton P&R Co-Ed Basketball Northampton County Parks and Recreation co-ed volleyball will begin Monday, March 10. Team practices will begin as soon as a team registers. The registration deadline is Monday, March 3. The registration fee is $125 per team. Sign up early to get your team s preferred practice slot. For coaches packets, call Run for the Animals April 6 at Onancock The 3rd Annual Run for the Animals is set for Sunday, April 6, at 8:30 a.m. at istoric Onancock School. All net proceeds will benefit local needy animals. Participants can choose either the half marathon (13.1 miles) or the 10K 11 th Annual SPORTSMAN S AUCTION Fri. Feb. 21 Sat. Feb. 22 Being held at the Zeb B. Barfield, Inc. Auction Facility Mears Station Rd., allwood, VA Top Prices For Decoys Firearms Taxidermy Oyster & Fishing Items Use our internet marketing with online bidding to get top prices. We advertise & sell WORDWIDE (6.2 miles) run/walk. There will be commemorative T- shirts, finishing medals, trophies by age division, and door prizes, as well as awards for the top three fund-raisers. eashed canine companions are welcome. There will be a post-race celebration. The event is rain or shine. The registration fee is $40 ($50 after March 31). The reduced student fee is $20 ($25 after March 31). To register, volunteer, or sponsor, contact Andrea Derby, race director, call or verizon.net For more information go to www. RunForTheAnimals.com SPORTS SORTS can be ed to Chesapeake Cove Assisted iving Center Affordable iving in Crisfield, MD * No add-on fees * Private suites, cable, wi-fi, phone, housekeeping, meals, laundry, hospital next door * Modern facility * Caring staff * Beautiful waterfront view Rates start at just $2499/mo. for a limited time Chesapeakecove.org ealth Mat Photo by Jennifer Ingram Northampton Fares Well at Wrestling Full Service Bookkeeping & Tax Preparation Authorized IRS e-file provider 2 ocations to Better Serve You: Market Street - Onancock & Chincoteague Rd - Wallops Island (Chincoteague Resort Realty Office) PEASE CA FOR AN APPOINTMENT By Catherine Campbell Tourney, Wins Sportsmanship of Onancock Trophy As a mother of a child with congenital heart defects, I want to The Northampton wrestlers placed second among 10 teams in the Scott Miles/Fred Diem Memorial Wrestling Tournament last weekend at Eastville. The team also won the Sportsmanship Trophy, an award that help spread awareness to my community. Northampton coach Will eland said meant more than the high finish Any congenital heart defect (CD) in a tournament where Northampton had the smallest enrollment of is serious, some more than others. any school competing. (See full results on Page 14.) Some require a lifetime of medicatio su ma bu are mi the mi life me tec ne ch bri go jus ea the he nu an T Re
14 14 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Northampton 2 nd Among 10 Teams in Miles/Diem Tourney Story and photos by Bill Sterling Northampton, with the smallest enrollment among the 10 teams competing in the Scott Miles/Fred Diem Memorial Wrestling Tournament last weekend, finished second with 440 points to First Colonial, a Group 6 school, which set a tourney record of 484 points. Northampton was the only Group 1 school in the tournament. First Flight School of Nags ead, N.C., finished third with 435 points. Milbrook, a Winchester, Va., school, was fourth with 407 points Arcadia, a Group 2 school, finished fifth with 290 points, beating larger schools like Maury, enrico and Kings Fork, while Nandua, also a Group 2 school, placed ninth with 189 points. DeVante airston (285), with an 8-1 record, was the only Jacket to win his weight division. The Jackets also were led by Charlie DeMarino (120) and Solomon Owens (195), who finished second in their weight divisions with 8-1 records. Ediel Carranze (182) also finished second with a 7-2 record. Northampton s Taylor Shrieves (106), Steven Wilson (113), and Aden Ingram (138) placed third with 7-2 records. Alan Killebrew (145) and akeem Berry (170), with 6-3 records, each finished fourth and gave Northampton nine top-four finishes among the 14 weight classes. Two others placed fifth. Northampton also won the Sportsmanship Trophy. I couldn t be more pleased, said Northampton coach Will eland. Every kid gave it his all, and that s all you can ask. Up and down the lineup we got tremendous effort. We have eight kids with less than a year of varsity experience, so we are very young. But they listen and work hard. Then to be voted by the officials for the Sportsman Trophy was even more special, added eland. We always try to be the classiest team at every place we wrestle and to be recognized for that means more than placing second. For Arcadia, unter Tatum (195) finished third with a 6-3 record, Gio ernandez (138) was fourth with a 6-3 mark, and Eric Nelson (160) was fourth with a 5-4 record. Nandua had two wrestlers who placed in the top four, with Jake Smith (285) finishing third with a 7-2 record and Trevor Wessells (195) placing fourth with a 6-3 record. Malik McCaskill (132) of Broadwater was the only local wrestler to go undefeated, winning his division with a 9-0 record. Broadwater did not compete as a team. McCaskill finished seventh in the state in his weight division last year for Northampton before transferring to Broadwater this season. Coach eland said he was proud of McCaskill s performance, although he no longer wrestles for Northampton. Steven Wilson of Northampton, who placed third in the 113-pound weight division despite an injured hand that caused considerable pain, gets a pin over Arcadia s Jatavion Clark. Malik practices with us every day, so he still feels like one of us. We wish him the best as he competes with the best wrestlers among the private schools. The 48 points awarded to firstplace wrestlers would have given Northampton first place in the tournament if McCaskill were competing for Northampton. Alan Monaco of First Flight was presented the Most Outstanding Wrestler award. Shamar Perry of Maury and Dylan Wisman of Millbrook recorded the fastest pins, each winning in four seconds. The tournament is named for Scott Miles, a former three-sport athlete at Northampton who died in a car crash 26 years ago, and Fred Diem, an avid supporter of the Northampton wrestling program, who died just over a decade ago. The third annual tournament is a major undertaking, and eland said it would not be possible without the following sponsors: oliday Inn Express, ampton Inn, Best Western, Food ion, Kelly s Restaurant, Rayfields Pharmacy, Cape Center-Stingrays, ook U Up, Sunrise Pizzeria, Yuk Yuk and Joe s, Rock s Body Shop, Steve Parker, Mc- Donald s, Big s Place, Aqua Restaurant, Don Valerio s, Exmore Diner, Kim and Jim Applegate, Ebenezer AME Church and Northampton County EMS. Sam Crippen of Arcadia eventually pinned D.J. Upshur of Northampton in the 132-pound weight class at the Scott/Miles Memorial Wrestling Tournament last weekend. Nandua s Trevor Wessels (right), who placed fourth in the 195-pound weight division, earns a pin.
15 January 17, 2013 Eastern Shore Post 15 Broadwater Boys Beat Norfolk Academy 2 nd Time Broadwater players shake hands with Norfolk Academy players after a win. Story and photos by Bill Sterling A power outage Saturday night delayed the start of the Broadwater-Norfolk Academy game by an hour, but once the game started, the Vikings showed no shortage of power in jumping to a 20-9 lead after the first quarter en route to a win over a Division 1 Virginia Independent School Athletic Association (VISAA) school. It was the second win of the season over Norfolk Academy for Broadwater, a Division 3 school in the VISAA. When we played on their court, they jumped on us early, holding an 11-point halftime lead, but we came back and won by 6, said Broadwater coach Eddie Spencer. Tonight, we got the early lead, but they battled back. We held on to get a nice win over a good program. With a record of 8-5, Norfolk Academy has a 1-point loss to Bishop Sullivan and a 2-point loss to St. Christopher s of Richmond, both Division 1 schools, and now two losses to Broadwater. Michael Riopel, who scored 9 of his game-high 23 points in the first quarter, was helped by Brendon Burrows with 7 first-quarter points, to give the Vikes an early 15-5 lead. Norfolk Academy closed the gap to 3 at halftime with a 29-point outburst in the second quarter. Burrows helped the Vikings to maintain the lead, with 6 second-quarter points. In the second half, Norfolk Academy drew to within 1 point twice, but never took the lead. Matt Mc- Caskill scored 18 of his 22 points in the second half to keep the Vikes in front. Burrows, who did not score in the second half, finished with 13. Wesley Shrieves scored all 9 of his points in the second half and had a team-high nine rebounds. Riopel was efficient in his shooting, making 8 of 13 shots, including a pair of 3-pointers, and also chipped in with eight rebounds and five assists. Norfolk Academy, which started a 6, 6 center in David McCormack and often substituted five at a time, had 10 players who scored, while only six Vikings dented the scoring column. I didn t substitute much in the fourth quarter, said Coach Spencer, and they were running players in and out the entire game. We made too many turnovers at the end, but we held them off when they made a run. Broadwater, which hosts Portsmouth Christian tonight, topped Alliance Christian Friday night at home. Riopel and Tommy Golibart shared teamhigh honors with 14 points each. Shrieves added 10. Golibart was 7 of 10 from the floor. Viking Boys Clip Chincoteague Broadwater, playing its fifth game in eight days, was able to rest its starters, taking a decision over Chincoteague Monday night at the all Center. The Vikings were led by Michael Riopel with 14 points and Brendon Burrows and Matthew Mc- Caskill scoring 11 each. Riopel and Burrows had 7 points each in the first quarter to stake the Vikings to a 20-7 lead. Broadwater opened its lead even more, going into the locker room at halftime up Chincoteague s Trevor Bailey, a freshman, scored all of his team-high 10 points in the final quarter. Corey Gentry scored 8, and Kyle Reifler added 6 points for the Ponies. Broadwater walloped ampton Christian Tuesday night behind 20 points each by Riopel and Burrows. McCaskill scored 17 while Wesley Shrieves added 10. Riopel also had team highs with 10 rebounds and nine assists. The Vikings owned a commanding halftime lead. Viking Girls Win Two of Three The Broadwater girls defeated Alliance Christian Friday at home behind 29 points from Katie Wendell and 10 each from Kathleen Kraft and Anna Sexauer. Wendell hit 13 of 24 shots to lead the ady Vikings and had a team-high nine steals. The Broadwater girls were no match for Division 1 Norfolk Academy, loser of only one game this season, as they fell Saturday night at home. Kraft and Jenna are had 6 points each for the ady Vikings. Wendell and Sexauer had 4 each. The Broadwater girls topped Chincoteague at the Pony gym Monday night. Wendell led the ady Vikings with 23 points, with Kraft and Sexauer scoring 11 each. Kraft also had 12 rebounds to lead the team. Wendell hit 9 of 13 shots, while Sexauer connected on 5 of 7 shots from the floor. For Chincoteague, Kristin Fox had 8 points, while Chelsea Pitts had 5. Corey Reifler takes a shot while being defended by Broadwater s Tommy Golibart Monday.
16 16 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2013 ady Jackets Spurt Past Nandua to Knot Shore oops Race Story and photo by Bill Sterling The Northampton ady Jackets avenged an earlier defeat to Nandua with a fourth-quarter outburst to win Tuesday night in Eastville. Trailing at the end of the third quarter, the ady Jackets went on a 11-2 run to open the final quarter and eventually poured in 17 points to Nandua s 8 in the final stanza. Northampton was led by Whitney Metz with 18 points, followed by 10 from Quintara yons. Dajun Smith had 7, and Briana Williams added 5 points. Northampton coach eo Owens said his players brought more energy to the court than in the first meeting with Nandua. e praised yons, only a freshman, for an outstanding effort. Nandua was led by Khadijha Robinson with 9 points and Patrice Glover with 8. Angelique Taylor added 7, with Jada ocklear scoring 6. Nandua held a 1-point lead at half, The two teams will meet Thursday, Jan. 23, at Nandua in a game that will likely determine the regular-season Shore District champion. Ponies Get First Win Chincoteague won its first district game of the season with a win over Arcadia last Friday night at home. Chelsea Pitts led the ady Ponies with 16 points, Taylor Filipic scored 11, Nandua, Arcadia oopsters Win Nandua pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Northampton Tuesday night at home. Trayvon Snead led the Warriors with 16 points. Tyreim Blake added 14, while Issac Taylor scored 10. Raquan Anderson of Northampton scored 22 of his 24 points in the second half to keep the Jackets in the game. Anderson made 7 of 9 2-point shots and added a 3-pointer. Tyesean Stratton added 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Jackets. Northampton led 13-7 after the first quarter, but a 19-3 run by Nandua in the second quarter gave the Warriors a 10-point halftime lead. Nandua led entering the final quarter. We were sloppy at times and didn t show the energy I wanted, but we buckled down in the fourth quarter and got the win, said Nandua coach Cedrick Cooper. Nandua dropped a nailbiter to Norfolk Christian on the road last Thursday night. After taking a lead after one quarter, Nandua was outscored 16-8 in the second quarter. The Warriors pulled to within 3 at after three quarters but fell just short at the buzzer. Tyreim Blake led the Warriors with 15 points, including 4 of 6 from 3-point range, followed by Troy Planter with 14. Issac Taylor and Trayvon Snead added 10 each. Taylor had a team-high 13 rebounds; Blake led Nandua with seven assists. Arcadia Wins Pair Mason Grove led Arcadia with 15 points in the Firebirds win over Chincoteague Tuesday. The Firebirds were able to use their bench liberally against the undermanned Ponies. Arcadia trumped Northampton last Thursday at home, with four players scoring in double figures. John Wright led the Firebirds with 22 points, including six 3-pointers. Taylor Major had 17 points, followed by Teon Giddens with 15 points. Travon Copes had 10. For Northampton, Raquan Anderson had 19 points on 9-of-16 shooting, and Zeb Carter added 14. Tysean Stratton had nine points and a teamhigh eight rebounds. Arcadia jumped to a lead after one quarter. Northampton had a 12-9 advantage in the second quarter, but Arcadia blew open the game with a 22-9 run in the third quarter. Jackets ose Squeaker Northampton eked out a win over Alliance Christian on the road Saturday. The game was tight throughout, with the score knotted at 37 after three quarters. The Jackets pulled out the victory with a advantage in the final quarter. Raquan Anderson led Northampton with 14 points. Tysean Stratton had 7. and Kristen Fox contributed 10 points. Sarah Jones and Tazmonique ankford each had 8 points for the Firebirds, while DeNaqua Schoolfield added 6. Pony Coach Kelly Fox said she was proud of the teamwork. Fox added, They worked together to accomplish what they ve worked so hard to do, be competitive. The set-up for shots was good, and our defense was quick and responded well. Jackets Top Firebirds The Northampton girls walloped Arcadia last Thursday at Oak all. With 15 points, Whitney Metz led eight ady Jackets who scored. Briana Williams added 8 and Jateria armon and Daju Smith got 7 each. armon had a team-high nine rebounds in addition to three blocks, while Smith led the Jackets in steals with seven. Metz had three assists and three steals. Williams had five rebounds and three assists. Sarah Jones led the Firebirds with 5 points. The Nandua girls lost to Norfolk Christian last Thursday night on the road. Freshman Kyteia Smaw scored 22 of the Warrior 34 points. Derrica Toppin of Nandua is defended by Jateria armon of Northampton in the ady Jackets win over the Warriors Tuesday. The two teams, now tied for the district lead, play a rubber match on Jan. 23 at Nandua.
18 18 Eastern Shore Post January 17, 2014 Classified Ads, Real Estate Ads, Auctions & egal Notices Eastern Shore Trading POST elp Wanted Northampton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Northampton County Chamber of Commerce is a relatively small chamber of approximately 220 members and serves the beautiful lower region of Virginia s Eastern Shore. The Executive Director is a part- time position that works under the direction of the Chamber s Board of Directors and is responsible for performing tasks in the areas of: general administration, design and coordination of events; financial records management; community and public relations; fundraising and membership. Our ideal candidate will be someone with good organizational and administrative skills along with marketing and public relations experience who can provide effective assistance to our diverse business membership. Resumes may be submitted by to: or mailed to Northampton County Chamber, PO BOX 475, Eastville, Virginia Northampton County Chamber of Commerce is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please refer to job description on the Chamber s website Deadline: January 24, CA TROY OR ANGIE TODAY FOR FRONT PAGE STICKY NOTE PRICES! BOOK YOUR DATE NOW!! POST Retail Merchandiser AMERICAN GREETINGS is looking for Retail Greeting Card Merchandisers in Onley, VA. As a member of our team, you will ensure the greeting card department is merchandised and maintained to provide customers the best selection of cards and product to celebrate life s events. Join the American Greetings family today by applying online at: WorkatAG.com or call Accomack County Department of Public Safety is accepting applications for positions of Fire Medic I. Minimum Requirements: 18 years of age igh school diploma or G.E.D. Valid driver s license Eligible to work in the United States No felony convictions Successful applicants shall be physically capable of performing Fire, EMS, and Rescue duties. Minimum Certifications: CPR EMT-Enhanced certification or higher by the VD Office of EMS Firefighter II Virginia Department of Fire Programs BTS EVOC Application packets are available at Positions will remain open until filled. The tentative date for the first review of applications will be Tuesday, January 21, To be considered for this review, complete application packets must be returned by Noon that day. Accomack County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, creed, handicap, color, national origin, religion, sex, political affiliation, or beliefs. help wanted Psychosocial Aide The Eastern Shore Community Services Board (ESCSB) is recruiting for a part-time aide for its Parksley day program for seriously mentally ill adults. $8.13 per hour, up to 25 hours per week. A Qualified Mental ealth Paraprofessional (QMPP) with one year work-related experience is preferred. Experience in food preparation and serving and retail sales is also preferred. A valid driver s license with a satisfactory driving record that meets all ESCSB established criteria is required. Individuals with out-of-state licenses must submit a copy of their driving record. Interested individuals should apply at the ESCSB s website at or contact the Virginia Employment Commission, P.O. Box 9, Onley, VA 23418, phone , for an ESCSB application and job description. A thoroughly completed ESCSB application citing the position applied for is required. A resume may accompany the application but will not be considered alone. Successful candidates will be subject to a pre-employment drug test and a nationwide criminal background check via fingerprinting. The ESCSB participates in E-Verify for employment eligibility. All positions are open until filled. ESCSB is an EOE Nursery aborers Manor View Farms, in Monkton, Md. Seeks 10 Nursery aborers to work March 1st to December 15th, Produce and prepare for market ornamental plants, shrubs, and trees in fields, container areas and environmentally-controlled structures, using hand tools and mechanical aids, such as mowers, tractor, clippers and shears, working as a member of a crew under close supervision of a supervisor or lead worker. Workers work 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Monday through Friday ourly pay $ May require working on Saturday. Outdoor work, ift and carry up to 75 pounds. 3-months experience, or 480 hours prior experience required, in a tree and shrub nursery with verification. For non-commuters, housing and cooking facilities provided at no cost, and in-bound travel and subsistence reimbursed if complete 50% of work contract. Employer guarantees to offer at least 3/4 of total work hours of work period. Tools, supplies, and equipment provided at no cost Ḃring copy of this ad to your nearest Workf o r c e C e n t e r, Jo b O r d e r N o. M D : , o r g o t o to apply. EASTERN SORE RURA EAT SYSTEM, INC. is currently recruiting Outreach & Enrollment Specialist Atlantic Community ealth Center (full-time) Franktown Community ealth Center (seasonal) Center Nurse Onley Community ealth Center (full-time) Medical Business Assistant Bayview Community ealth Center (full-time) Dental Outreach Program (part-time) Outreach & Enrollment Specialist This position requires the ability to work to provide opportunities for community residents who lack access to healthcare and health insurance, provide enrollment and application follow-up assistance and build/ strengthen enrollment collaborations with local partner organizations. Associates Degree required. Center Nurse This position requires a person with current certification as a Registered Nurse or icensed Practical Nurse in the State of Virginia. Work experience of a quality and scope sufficient to satisfactorily perform assigned clinical duties. Requires a person with strong clinical and assessment skills. Medical Business Assistant This position requires a person with mature judgement, good interpersonal skills and one who is able to focus on details. Must be prepared to work in a busy office and have ability to think quickly and act decisively. All positions require good computer skills communication skills, high standards of ethical behavior and ability to maintain strict patient and center confidentiality. Ability to provide bilingual patient care is a plus. If you are a mission driven person looking to make a difference, an application to before noon on January 21, Applications can be obtained from Resumes may accompany the application but will not be considered if sent alone. Eastern Shore Rural ealth offers a competitive benefits package and our campuses are Tobacco-Free Workplaces. EOE.
19 January 17, 2014 Eastern Shore Post 19 Recover, Recycle, Replenish, Renew MAINTENANCE MECANIC & EECTRICIAN Valley Proteins is an industry leader in the recovery and recycling of fats, food oils, and proteins and has the following opportunities: MAINTENANCE MECANIC 3+ years industrial experience; experience of hydraulics and pneumatics; ability to repair pumps, gearboxes, etc; knowledge of bearing types and replacements and ability to correctly align shafts, couplings and pulleys; and preventive maintenance knowledge. INDUSTRIA EECTRICIAN 5+ years industrial experience; able to read schematics, blueprints and troubleshoot control circuits; familiar with 480v 3 phase electricity; able to run conduit and install wiring in accordance with the NEC; PC knowledge is a plus. We offer a professional work environment with the opportunity to grow, a competitive base rate, bonus, and an excellent benefits package. Interested candidates should apply in person Mon Fri 9am-4pm, or send a completed application (found on our website com) to or mail to ankford ighway, Accomac, VA EEO and Drug Free Company The Town of Cape Charles is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer. DCJS Virginia certification is preferred. Candidates must have the necessary physical capabilities for shift work and police-related physical activities and should have the training and experience to respond to and investigate activities such as narcotics enforcement, traffic enforcement, routine patrol, ability to testify in court, work closely with the public and conduct in-depth interviews and investigations. anguage skills and 5 years+ of police experience a plus. Salary will be based upon the candidate s training and experience. Submit resume and a Town Employment Application to the Town Clerk, 2 Plum Street, Cape Charles, VA or by to by January 24, An employment application is available for download at Submittals without a Town Employment Application will not be considered. OOKING for motivated, fashion-conscious, fast-learning team member to run optical dept. full time. Sales and/or mgmt. exp. req., optical exp. welcome-training avail. Salary/benefits depend on exp. Contact Seashore Eyecare at Tackle/Rental Shop Manager ooking for a motivated and flexible person to manage and operate a seasonal tackle/rental shop. Ability to use knowledge of fishing, computers, customer service and teamwork a must. Training team members, inventory control, repairs, light bookkeeping is some of what you will be doing daily. Season runs from March until November. Feel free to contact James at :30 am-4:00 pm M-F. Sell your boat or truck for only $25!! Call The Eastern Shore Post elp Wanted john wescoat in eastville is seeking a legal secretary. for appt. call experienced appliance repair person - Apply at ankford wy., allwood, or call for more info. baker - Accomack Cty. Exp. req d. Multi-tasking & motivation req d. Apply through the V.E.C. (Va. Employment Commission). Announcements We, the family of Anthony Scott Mcan, would like to express our sincere gratitude for the calls, letters, visits, cards, flowers, food and any other acts of kindness shown during Anthony s passing. Your outpouring of love has made this difficult time so much easier to bear. Please know that we appreciate all that you have done. With ove, Theresa, Walt Sr., Walt Jr., Amy, Greg, Colin and Caleb appy Birthday to Kanize Williams, who turned 9 on January 15 th!! 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