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The County Times

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Seahawks Sports Briefs

Sports Briefs Pigskin Football Opening Ceremonies Kick Off Saturday

No. 24 Swarthmore Handles St. Mary’s 5-1 Swarthmore, Pa. – For the second time in three games, the Swarthmore College men’s soccer team scored five goals against their opponent as the No. 24 Garnet notched a 5-1 victory over St. Mary’s College of Maryland Sunday afternoon in non-conference action. Swarthmore (2-0-1) fired off four goals in the second half to blow wide open its 1-0 halftime lead. St. Mary’s (1-2-1) avoided the shutout when freshman midfielder Matt Grady headed in sophomore defender Amir Reda’s pass at 77:03. The Seahawks will look to return to their winning ways next Saturday, Sept. 13 when St. Mary’s travels to Dover, Del. to take on Wesley College in the Capital Athletic Conference opener for both squads.

St. Mary’s (Md.) Sweeps Rowan and Goucher St. Mary’s City, Md. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland volleyball team notched a pair of non-conference wins over Rowan University and Goucher College Saturday afternoon to own a four-match win streak. The Seahawks (5-1) started their morning with a 3-0 (25-9, 25-11, 2518) sweep of the 2007 New Jersey Athletic Conference Runner-Up, Rowan University. Junior middle blocker Jen Lamar boasted an impressive .529 in the match as Lamar See Seahawks Sports Briefs page B-

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Craig Hawkins of Northern High School ran for five touchdowns as the Patriots cruised to a 50-0 victory over Great Mills Friday Night.

Patriot Games Not in Hornets’ Favor Northern Running Back Scores Five TDs in Rout By Chris Stevens Staff Writer GREAT MILLS – Despite heavy rain and whipping winds during the game, there was a positive atmosphere surrounding the Great Mills football team’s home opener Friday Night. Then Northern High School really rained on the parade. Led by senior running back Craig Hawkins’ five first-half rushing touchdowns, the Patriots spoiled the Hornets’ 2008 debut, handing Great Mills a soggy 50-0 loss at Hornets stadium. The loss was a painful reminder of how 2007 went for the Hornets, and head coach Bill Griffith, noticeably displeased afterwards, saw it for himself. “They came to play football, our guys didn’t,” Griffith said. “They smacked us in the mouth and we

Due to the rain brought on by Tropical Storm Hanna passing through the region, the St. Mary’s Pigskin Football League Opening Weekend Ceremonies will take place this Saturday, Sept. 13 at Lettie Dent Elementary School Field in Mechanicsville. Pictures begin for teams (players, coaches and cheerleaders) at 8:30 a.m. Visit http://www.stmaryspigskinfootball. com or call 301-884-8422 for more information.

Eleventh Annual Trosbach Tournament Kicks off Next month

didn’t smack back.” The disappointing loss is Great Mills’ 11th in a row, dating back to the beginning of last season. Their last win came in the 2006 regular season finale against Chopticon High School. Northern used their effective running style to end the game before it really began, scoring touchdowns on all seven of their first half possessions. Five of those scores belonged to Hawkins, a 5’9, 160 pound speedster that ran around and past the Hornets for touchdown runs from 20, 50, 4, 18 and 31 yards away in the first half. “That’s what we’ve done for the last eight years,” Patriots coach A.J. Berbarian said of his team’s rushing efforts. “We move the ball, and we move it fast.” The Patriots, aside from Hawkins’ efforts, got a 37 yard touchdown scamper from junior Keith Rawlings and a one-yard burst from Dijion Clayton that made the score

The 11th annual Trossbach Family memorial co-ed softball tournament will take place Saturday Oct. 11 and Sunday Oct. 12 at Chancellor’s Run Park in Great Mills. All proceeds from the tournament benefit Hospice of St. Mary’s. All male players will be required to bat and throw with their weaker hand when playing against the women. There is a 16-team maximum for this year’s double-elimination tournament, so if you are interested in registering a team or a corporate sponsorship, please contact Chip and/or Mary Lee Raley at 301-862-

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Just Us Grinds Out Sweep With Bats Silent, Pitchers Shut Down SWAT By Chris Stevens Staff Writer

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Audi Queen’s RBI single proved to be the winning hit.

GREAT MILLS – With their usually potent bats idling in Sunday afternoon’s women’s softball league quarterfinal game, Just Us got solid pitching from Aggie and Denise Lloyd to finish off their sweep of SWAT, 9-5 at the Brass Rail. “That’s what we’re counting on; those two pitching to get us through games when we don’t hit,” said manager Lamont Saxon. “They are two great pitchers with two different styles, and they did a good job.” Just Us opened the series by defeating SWAT 26-7 at Chancellor’s Run Park last Wednesday evening, but needed solid pitching to put this series behind them on Sunday. Denise Lloyd pitched the first four frames for Just Us, allowing just three runs on eight hits – all of which came in SWAT’s first turn at bat. It looked as though Just Us would escape the bottom half of the first inning unscathed when SWAT’s Beth Woodburn grounded to Just Us second baseman Anita Nelson with

one out and the bases loaded. Nelson appeared to tag Amanda Johnston before she reached second base and threw out Woodburn, but Johnston was ruled safe and pitcher Kara Jones scored for SWAT. The next hitter, first baseman Denise Ocasio, lined a double into left center that scored Lex Gray and Johnston to give SWAT a 3-0 lead. SWAT did not score in the last three frames that Denise Lloyd pitched, and could only muster up two runs against Aggie Lloyd in her three-inning stint. The Just Us offense, meanwhile, started to show some life with a fiverun fourth inning that put them ahead to stay. With Angelita King leading off the inning with a walk, Karen Camp blasted a two-run homer to left center to open up the scoring. Shortstop Audi Queen’s solid single scored Deevie Yates, who reached on an error by Kara Jones, with the go-ahead run. Jones snagged a one-hopper by Yates and mistakenly threw to second base, figuring See Just Us Softball page B-

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Seahawks Sports Briefs Continued from page B-

High School Sports Schedule 09/11-09/17/08 Thursday September 11th Field Hockey Chopticon at Huntingtown, 4:00 p.m. Holy Cross at St. Mary’s Ryken, 4:00 p.m. Great Mills at North Point, 5:30 p.m.

Field Hockey Calvert at Chopticon, 4:00 p.m. Girls’ Soccer Chopticon at Calvert, 6:00 p.m. Great Mills at Northern, 6:00 p.m. Leonardtown at Patuxent, 6:00 p.m.

registered 10 kills in 17 attempts with only one error. Lamar also recorded five block assists, while junior outside hitter Katie Ewing added three block assists. Sophomore outside hitter Katie Obal picked up 11 digs and chipped in four kills. St. Mary’s then handed Goucher a 3-0 (25-14, 2522, 25-22) setback to cap off the afternoon. Ewing collected 10 kills for a .714 hitting percentage, while sophomore outside hitter Claire Kodan contributed eight kills. Kodan also had 14 digs, while sophomore setter Jenn Feldmann dished out 19 assists.

St. Mary’s (Md.) Remains Unbeaten with 1-1 Draw at Gettysburg Gettysburg, Pa. – The St. Mary’s College of Maryland women’s soccer team battled with Gettysburg College, ranked 10th in the Middle Atlantic region, to a 1-1 double overtime draw in non-conference action on a very rainy Saturday afternoon.

Following a scoreless first half, the Seahawks (20-1) struck first just 38 seconds into the second half when junior forward Sophia Esparza broke away from the defense and chipped in a shot from just outside the box for a 1-0 St. Mary’s lead. Gettysburg (1-0-2), who finished with its second consecutive 1-1 tie, forced overtime with less than seven minutes remaining in regulation. Following a corner kick that had been cleared out of the box, freshman midfielder Jenna Sickle collected the loose ball and directed it back to the middle of the box where sophomore defender Sarah Yeager headed the ball to sophomore forward Mara Dold for the equalizer and Dold’s first career tally. Overtime was pretty tame as the water-logged, exhausted squads managed only shot each. St. Mary’s managed to edge the Bullets in all categories as the Seahawks posted a 16-12 margin in shots and a 4-2 advantage in corner kicks. The Bullets’ goal ended senior Marie Oben’s shutout streak at 265:39 minutes. The last time that Oben and the Seahawk defense gave up a goal was in the 89th minute of the 2007 Capital Athletic Conference Quarterfinal against Wesley College Oct. 28, 2007. She made three saves in today’s contest with all three coming in the first half. Senior Danielle St. Pierre registered four stops, including three in the second half. Story Courtesy of the St. Mary’s College of Maryland Department of Sports Information.

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Archbishop Carroll at St. Mary’s Ryken, 5:30 p.m.

Chopticon at Calvert, 6:00 p.m. St. Mary’s Ryken at Paul VI, 5:30 p.m.

that Just Us had a runner on first, and went for the force. With no one at first, Yates scrambled for first and reached safely, and Sonia Queen scored the tying run. For an offense with the potential – and the ineviPhoto By Chris Stevens tability – to go off, Sunday afternoon’s game wasn’t Denise Lloyd pitched four innings for the win as Just Us swept their disappointing for Saxon, but he was happy with the way to the semi-finals, defeating SWAT 9-5 Sunday afternoon. way Just Us battled and stayed in the game. “I wouldn’t say the game was tough, just slow,” he St. Mary’s County Women’s answered when asked about the less than comfortable margin of victory his team dealt with Sunday. Softball Playoffs Results, Second “You’ve got to win the close ones when you don’t Round (best of three games series) hit, and we were able to pull this one out.” With this series behind them and awaiting the 1) Just Us vs. 8) SWAT winner of the Chesapeake Custom Embroidery-Rookies series, Lamont Saxon hopes his team can keep their Game 1, Wednesday Sept. 3 eyes on the prize, all the while approaching their quest Just Us 26, SWAT 7 for a league championship on a game-by-game basis. Game 2, Sunday Sept. 7 “We have the same excitement like we’ve had evJust Us 9, SWAT 5 ery game this season,” he said. “It’s all in fun, and we Just Us wins series 2-0 just take it one game at a time.” 2) Raley’s Furniture vs. 7) Capt. Sam’s

Friday September 12th Boys’ Soccer Bishop Ireton at St. Mary’s Ryken, 4:00 p.m. Girls’ Soccer St. Mary’s Ryken at Bishop Ireton, 4:00 p.m. Field Hockey Leonardtown at Calvert, 4:00 p.m. Football St. Mary’s Ryken at Paul VI, 6:30 p.m. La Plata at Great Mills, 7:00 p.m. Westlake at Leonardtown, 7:00 p.m. Chopticon at Huntingtown, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday September 13th Boys’ Soccer Chopticon Tournament (Great Mills and Chopticon) Girls’ Soccer Leonardtown at Westlake, 11:30 a.m. Great Mills at McDonough Tournament

Tuesday September 16th Boys’ Soccer St. Mary’s Ryken at Bishop O’Connell, 4:00 p.m. Field Hockey Leonardtown at La Plata, 4:00 p.m. Girls’ Soccer Bishop O’Connell at St. Mary’s Ryken, 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday September 17th

Wednesday Sept. 3 Raley’s Furniture 14, Capt. Sam’s 8 Sunday Sept. 7 Raley’s Furniture 6, Capt. Sam’s 5 Raley’s Furniture wins series 2-0

Boys’ Soccer Great Mills at North Point, 6:00 p.m. Leonardtown at Lackey, 6:00 p.m. Cross Country

3) Bud Light vs. Back Road Inn

Chopticon/Lackey/North Point at Thomas Stone High School, 4:30 p.m. Leonardtown/La Plata/Patuxent at Great Mills High School, 4:30 p.m.

Wednesday Sept. 3 Bud Light 9, Back Road Inn 8 Sunday Sept. 7 Back Road Inn 14, Bud Light 13 Monday September 8th Bud Light 6, Back Road Inn 4 Bud Light wins series 2-1

Girls’ Soccer

4) Chesapeake Custom Embroidery vs. Rookies

North Point at Great Mills, 6:00 p.m. Golf

Monday September 15th Boys’ Soccer Calvert at Chopticon, 6:00 p.m. Northern at Great Mills, 6:00 p.m.

Chopticon/Lackey/North Point/ Thomas Stone at Wicomico Shores, 4:00 p.m. Great Mills/Leonardtown/La Plata at Patuxent (Chesapeake Hills), 4:00 p.m.

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Aggie Lloyd threw three solid innings of relief for Just Us, allowing just two runs on three hits.

Sports Briefs

Wednesday Sept. 3 CCE 22, Rookies 20 Sunday Sept. 7 Rookies 9, CCE 8 Monday September 8th CCE 12, Rookies 11 CCE wins series 2-1

and can be purchased by contacting Brooke MacDonald, 888-758-6580, or Ken Fugate, 301-994-3659.

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SPECIAL NOTE: All high school, recreational and youth league coaches, if you would like the scores, statistics and standings from your respective games and leagues to be published, contact Chris Stevens at 301-373-4125 or at

2024 for more information. The rain date is scheduled for Saturday Oct. 18 and Sunday Oct. 19.

Auction set to benefit marine resources From fishing trips and equipment to dinners at some of Southern Maryland’s best restaurants to jewelry to guided hunting trips, much awaits those attending the second annual Dinner and Auction sponsored by the Coastal Conservation Association Maryland Patuxent River Chapter. The banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. in the St. Mary’s County Elks Lodge #2092, 45779 Fire Department Lane, California. The evening will include raffles, door prizes, and a live and silent auction of such items as fishing trips with local professional guides, a flat screen television, dinners at popular restaurants, rods and reels, and much more. In addition to complimentary beer and wine and appetizers, the menu will include garden salad, shrimp, grilled chicken, baked ham, vegetables, potatoes, macaroni salad, and dessert. Tickets are $65 per person or $120 for a couple

Demolition Derby Finals This Weekend The second half of the Silver Hill Lions Club Demolition Derby will take place this Saturday Sept. 13 at Potomac Speedway at Budds Creek. The qualifiers from the Sept. 6 derby action will compete for the final Derby championship of the summer. For more information, visit or contact Potomac Speedway at 301-884-4200.

High School Football Scores Friday Sept. 5

Chopticon 20, La Plata 14 Northern 50, Great Mills 0 Thomas Stone 32, Leonardtown 0

Sunday Sept. 7

Bishop McNamara 61, St. Mary’s Ryken 0

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

From The Sports Desk Brady’s Injury Highlights Wild Week 1 in the NFL By Chris Stevens Staff Writer The New England Patriots’ quest to atone for February’s Super Letdown against the New York Giants may be wrecked along with Tom Brady’s knee. The Pats’ signal caller, who set a National Football League record with 50 touchdown passes last season, took a hit to the knee early in Sunday’s regular-season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs, and it is unknown how long he will be out, although early predictions have Brady missing the remainder of the season. If he is indeed out of commission, the chase for the Super Bowl just opened up considerably, with at least 20 of the league’s 32 teams having a legitimate shot at playing in Tampa Bay Feb. 1 for the right to call them-

selves champions. However, we have about 18 weeks to go before we can even start identifying possible contenders, so let’s just start with some of the surprises week 1 has dealt so far. Obviously, aside from Brady’s injury, another quarterback took center stage in his debut for a new team. The much-maligned (especially within the confines of this column) Brett Favre had a successful debut in green and white, as the New York Jets spoiled the debut of Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano, beating the Fins 20-14 at Dolphins Stadium. Favre was an efficient 15of-22 for 194 yards and threw two scoring strikes, but it took a Darrelle Revis INT in the end zone to preserve the Jets’ first win with their new and legendary quarterback. One has to think the Jets are now the favorites in the AFC East,

especially if Brady’s injury is as serious as it is thought to be. Another heavily critiqued man under center who had a breakout Week 1 was the Philadelphia Eagles’ Donovan McNabb. With the pressure on him to stay healthy and lead the Eagles back to respectability, McNabb threw for 361 yards and three scores as Philadelphia mollywhopped the St. Louis Rams 38-3 at Lincoln Financial Field. With starting wide-outs Kevin Curtis and Reggie Brown sidelined with injuries, McNabb may have found a new and exciting target in rookie DeSean Jackson. The fleet of foot Jackson, a second round pick out of Cal, caught six passes for 106 yards and also peeled off a 60-yard punt return in his NFL debut. That type of explosiveness, one that has been missing from

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the Eagles’ offense and special teams for years, is what will be key if Philly is to overtake the Dallas Cowboys for the NFC East title. Speaking of the Cowboys, they marched into Cleveland and stifled the Browns 28-10, exposing the Browns’ lack of depth in the secondary and raising questions if this is the same Cleveland Browns team that won 10 games a season ago and missed the playoffs by virtue of a tiebreaker with Tennessee. Only time will tell for Cleveland. Meanwhile, Adam “don’t call me ‘Pac-Man’” Jones made his Cowboys debut and defended generally well, save for a pass interference penalty that set up the Browns’ only touchdown of the game. As long as he’s clean off the field, he can mess up a time or two on it – his talent for covering receivers and returning punts is something the Cowboys will benefit from as the season progresses. A moment of silence for Redskins fans, please. Thank you. Thursday Night’s 16-7 loss to the weakened Super Bowl champion Giants underscores that the problems the ‘Skins face were a lot bigger than Joe Gibbs and will be much bigger than new head coach Jim Zorn. Jason Campbell is not the answer at quarterback, and Clinton Portis is overworked. The biggest problem of all however, is the fact the Skins are still missing Sean Taylor. That kind of loss of professional talent, and more importantly, human life is so very difficult to overcome. The NFC South division is kind of like the pickup bar where the less than desirable

folks hang out – somebody has to take them home. The New Orleans Saints got off to a good start in division play by edging the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home, while the Carolina Panthers were able to outlast the high-powered San Diego Chargers without all-world wide receiver Steve Smith. Smith was suspended for the first two games of this season for a training camp incident in which he clocked the Panthers’ newest acquisition, cornerback Ken Lucas. Lucas and Smith had a personal rivalry dating back to Lucas’ days with the Seattle Seahawks, and well… once rivals, always rivals apparently. The Atlanta Falcons started fresh once again, with rookie quarterback Matt Ryan orchestrating a 34-21 victory over the hapless Detroit Lions. With three of the four teams in the division winning Sunday, this might be the only time that happens all season, as they will more than likely beat the dog snot out of each other to see who wins the South with a 9-7 or 10-6 record. Meanwhile, the Lions continue to cement their reputation as the NFL’s longestrunning comedy act. Last week, the Lions released running back Tatum Bell to make room for former Bengals back Rudi Johnson, who had been cut by Cincinnati a couple of days before. While Johnson was meeting with team president and general manager Matt Millen to iron out the details of his contract, his luggage, with all of his identification and a couple hundred dollars were stolen from the lobby

of the team’s headquarters in Highland Park, Mich. Who is the presumed culprit? Tatum Bell. Johnson was shown security camera footage of Bell making off with the bags and was, of course, very upset. Bell, for his part, contends that his mistakenly picked up Johnson’s bags, as he thought they belonged to another teammate who was cut by the Lions, saying that he, “ain’t no thief.” While being caught on camera and claiming that it was not you worked for R. Kelly, I doubt Mr. Bell has the same kind of success in this case. As far as surprises go, count the Chicago Bears’ 2913 spanking of the Indianapolis Colts as the biggest one of the weekend. The Bears, a team with a spectacular defense but a limited – and I do mean LIMITED – offense, took the fight to the Colts, who while just getting Peyton Manning back were thought to win this game going away. Turned out to be the other way around. The Bears looked as though they are gearing up for an NFC North title run, which should be a little easier without Brett Favre in the way. All in all, pro football is back, and not a moment too soon. If Week 1 is any indication, these next four and a half months should prove to be full of surprises as we slowly find out who the contenders and the pretenders are for Super Bowl XLIII. Any comments about this week’s From The Sports Desk? Contact Chris at chrisstevens@countytimes. net and share your thoughts about this week’s column.

Great Mills Football Continued from page B- 44-0 at intermission. Northern’s seven scoring drives took a total of just 12 minutes and 24 seconds of first half action. Meanwhile, the Hornets’ offense struggled to find a rhythm on the slick track caused by early rains from Tropical Storm Hanna. The Hornets turned the ball over two times on fumbles and twice more on interceptions. Great Mills totaled just 71 yards of offense for the entire game, and only crossed over into Patriots territory three times for the length of the contest.

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Northern’s offensive line made plenty of room for running back Craig Hawkins to run wild in their decisive win.

Northern 50, Great Mills 0 1 Northern (1-0, 1-0 SMAC) 26 Great Mills (0-1, 0-1 SMAC) 0

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Northern – Hawkins 20 run (Gary Hester kick) Northern – Hawkins 50 run (kick failed) Northern – Hawkins 4 run (two-point conversion failed) Northern – Hawkins 18 run (Hester Kick) Northern – Hawkins 31 run (kick failed) Northern – Rawlings 37 run (kick failed) Northern – Schlegel 3 run (kick failed)

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Great Mills’ Aaron Rodenizer pursues Northern’s Keith Rawlings.

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Hornets quarterback Brian Jenner heads up field while running back Aaron Wilkerson sells the fake handoff.

Conversely, Northern rolled up 442 yards of total offense, 355 of those yards coming in the decisive first half. “I don’t know if it’s something we did or something they didn’t do,” Griffith said, “but it’s back to the drawing board for next week. They got out here and were like deer in headlights.” Game Notes: Junior quarterback Brian Jenner and freshman running back Aaron Wilkerson both left the game in the second half for the Hornets. Jenner was experiencing cramps while Griffith seemed less optimistic about Wilkerson’s departure. “He took a direct hit on his right wrist,” Griffith said solemnly. “I’m very concerned about him right now…” Northern sat all of their starters on offense and defense in the second half, as a running clock was used after the Patriots went ahead by a considerable margin… Great Mills defensive tackle Derrick Pettet recorded one sack – and three carries for 16 yards as a fullback on offense in the third and fourth quarters. Great Mills will host La Plata this Friday night at 7 p.m.

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The Patriots’ Shane Zych is surrounded by Great Mills’ Ethan Davis and Jason Henderson.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Heightened Awareness of Deer Requested

Be Prepared for WeatherRelated Outages

Citizens are reminded that they need to heighten their awareness of deer during the fall breeding season. Deer typically do not stop and look both ways when they cross a highway. Collisions between deer and automobiles result in a substantial cost, including damage to vehicles, the loss of a valuable wildlife resource and human injuries or fatalities. Although between 2006 and 2007, the total number of deer/vehicle collisions reported in St. Mary’s County only increased from 72 to 74; as population continues to grow, this danger becomes greater. Most of these accidents occur between dusk and dawn. Watch for deer where roads pass through wooded or rural areas. The most important thing drivers can do to reduce the chances of an accident with a deer is to drive the speed limit. At night, reduce speeds below the limit, especially in rain, snow or fog. Here are some other tips to keep in mind as a driver: · Deer usually travel in groups and generally maintain a home range of about one (1) square mile. If you see a deer cross the road, slow down and use caution. Additional deer may be out of view and more are likely to follow. · A deer standing calmly in a field may suddenly jump into the road. Anticipate the potential for this rapid change in posture. · Elevate your deer awareness at locations with deer crossing signs. Deer crossing signs indicate areas where heavily used deer trails cross roadways. Slow down and watch for the eye-shine of deer near the roadway edges. · Be especially aware during the morning and afternoon. Deer tend to be more active during the early

Principal Susie Fowler, this is the first time a St. Mary’s County program has been featured in the book. “Tellin Stories” was organized by Ms. Karyn Timmons, a Lexington Park Elementary School parent liaison, and brought together a diverse group of parents who spent an hour or two together each month to uniquely share stories of their heritage, their lives, and their hopes for their family’s future.

As Tropical Storms Ike and Josephine churn in the Atlantic, it’s a good time to refresh area residents with the important steps in preparing for a storm and responding to stormrelated outages. Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) is monitoring weather forecasts, and co-op crews are prepared to restore power when outages occur. SMECO’s outage restoration policy is to make repairs that will restore service to the most people in the least amount of time. Transmission lines and substations are repaired first, followed by distribution lines that feed neighborhoods; tap lines and individual service lines are then repaired to restore power to customers who may still be without electricity. Customers can view a two-minute video, “Preparing for a Power Outage” to help them take steps to get ready in case an outage occurs. Customers can see the video on the co-op’s Web site at www.smeco. coop. The video is also available on Comcast cable television’s video-ondemand channel 888 and Metrocast cable television’s channel 999, under Home Improvement or Real Estate, Energy Companies. The following is a list of steps customers can take to prepare for power interruptions: • If someone in your household depends on electricity to operate life support systems, make plans for alternate sources of power or alternate lodging. Call our special needs information number: 1-866-524-9402. In addition, you can check with your local fire department, which may offer temporary shelter. • Keep flashlights and fresh batteries on hand. • Stock nonperishable foods and

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As part of the program “Tellin Stories”, a quilt was assembled from the squares made by families from El Salvador, Greece, Bulgaria, Mexico, and India.

Lexington Park Elementary Program Featured As A Best Practice In Partnerships The parent involvement program, “Tellin Stories,” implemented by Lexington Park Elementary School during the 2007-2008 school year, is featured in a book produced by the National Network of Partnership Schools and John Hopkins University highlighting the promising partnership practices of 2008. The annual collection of promising partnerships is compiled by the members of the National Network of Partnership Schools and Johns Hopkins University. According to Lexington Park Elementary School

Deputy Sheriff St. Mary’s Hospital Presented With the 2008 of the Quarter Excellence Award for Quality Improvement On Sept. 2, representatives from the Delmarva Foundation, Maryland and Washington, D.C.’s Medicare quality improvement organization, presented St.

Mary’s Hospital with the prestigious 2008 Excellence Award for Quality Improvement.

Senior Deputy First Class Deborah L. Milam & Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron

From left to right - front row - Dana Smith-Ruggles, Director of Intensive Care and Telemetry; Sharon Main, Director of Organizational Learning and Research; Joy Homan; Joan Gelrud, Vice President; Carol Coppenbarger; Dr. Cindy Daly, Chief of Staff; MaryLou Watson, Vice President for Nursing; Dr. Lawrence Tilley, Chief of OB/Gyn.; Dr. Yahia Tagouri, Chief of Pathology; Regina Steele, Director of OR. Backrow - SMC Commissioner Thomas A. Mattingly, Sr.; Christine R. Wray, President & CEO; Juliana Tyer, Director of Med/Surg/Peds; Barbara Hak, Director of Health Connections; Dr. Jeremy Tucker, Chief of Emergency Medicine; Dr. Robert Konkol, Chief of Psychiatry; Dr. Rajbinder Gill, Secretary/Treasurer of Staff; SMC Commissioner President F. Jack Russell; Dr. Harold Lee, Vice Chief of Staff; and Dr. Chandra Sajja, Chief of Medicine.

The following officer was recognized as Officer of the Quarter for the Second Quarter of 2008. Senior Deputy First Class Deborah L. Milam has proven herself to be a valuable member of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. Senior DFC Milam is a very professional and courteous employee who goes the extra mile to accomplish a task. Her performance is outstanding and she is very unselfish by dividing her time to assist her fellow officers and supervisors. Senior DFC

Milam does not hesitate to remain at headquarters to assist her fellow officers with their reports and investigations. She is a team player and in the absence of her first line supervisor she can be relied upon to collect any paperwork and ensure calls for services are handled expeditiously and in the utmost professional manner. To highlight one particular incident in this would fail to illustrate Senior DFC Milam’s true strength which is See Deputy Sheriff page B-

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Deer Awareness Continued from page B- morning hours and late afternoon hours year round. They are moving between evening feeding areas and daytime bedding sites. · Be especially cautious during seasons of high deer ac-

tivity including: October to January during the breeding season; May and June when yearlings are seeking new territories; and in Spring when deer move as snow disappears and gravitate near roadway shoulders for the first greening grass and remaining roadway salt. · Slow down and avoid hitting deer, but do not swerve. This can cause you to lose control and strike another ve-

Outage Preparedness Continued from page B- keep a manual can opener handy. The ideal choices are foods that require no cooking, such as canned fruit, peanut butter, crackers, cereals, cereal bars, canned soup, and bread. • Do not stock your refrigerator or freezer with foods that may perish during a power outage. • If you plan to use a charcoal or gas grill for cooking, keep the grill outdoors. • If your water at home is supplied by a well, store extra water in clean jugs, bathtubs, or laundry tubs. • Keep a battery-powered radio with fresh batteries and stay tuned to local news bulletins and weather reports. • Keep fresh batteries in your smoke detectors. • Make sure that you have a standard phone available. Cordless phones do not work without electricity. If you use a cell phone, an auto adapter may be needed to recharge your phone. • If you plan to use a portable generator, use extension cords to connect what you want to power directly to the generator. Place your generator outside, not in a crawl space or in a basement. Make sure your generator is connected

hicle, or to leave the highway and strike a tree or other object. Injuries to drivers and passengers increase when the vehicle swerves. · More information is available by visiting the County Highways web site at www. highways/deersafety.asp , or by calling the Department of Public Works & Transportation at 301-864-8400.

safely; a generator that is not connected safely can cause serious injury or death. When your power comes back on, turn off and disconnect your generator immediately. • Keep your automobile gas tank above half full. • As in preparing for any other emergency, maintain a supply of cash. Credit cards and ATM machines may not work if the power is out.

If your power goes out: • Call SMECO’s Outage Hotline at 1-877-74SMECO or 1-877-747-6326. • Turn off all the major appliances in your home, especially the heat pump. This will prevent damage to the appliances once the power is restored. Then, try not to turn everything back on at once; turn on appliances gradually so the electric demand does not jump suddenly. • Make sure the oven and stove are off to prevent fires if the power comes back on while you’re away. • Open the freezer and refrigerator as little as possible. This will help food stay fresh longer. • Never touch downed power lines or attempt to remove trees from power lines. Contact with live lines may result in serious injury or death. Let qualified SMECO crews handle the clearing and repair work. Please report downed power lines to SMECO immediately by calling 1-888-440-3311.

Violin Donations Needed At Green Holly Elementary School Several students at Green Holly Elementary School are interested in learning to play the violin. Donations of used violins would be appreciated to help the students pursue their goal of music education.

We are currently seeking ½ size to ¾ size violins for student use. Music is a magical gift we must nourish and cultivate in our children. All donations will be accepted and they are tax deductible.

Deputy Sheriff Continued from page B- not how she handles her duties, but in how she assists her squad mates in performing theirs. This element of teamwork is commonly overlooked, but critical to the success of the squad

For more information, contact Ms. Kayla Barron, Green Holly Elementary School orchestra director, at 301-863-4064, or by email at

and the mission of the Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron takes great pleasure in recognizing Senior Deputy First Class Deborah L. Milam as the Deputy Sheriff of the Second Quarter of 2008 for her dedication to the agency and the citizens of St. Mary’s County.

Correctional Officer of the Quarter

Calendar of Events Girl Basketball Players Needed Pax River Silver Stars seeking 14U girls basketball players for the Fall league team. Players would have to be born July 1, 1993 and after. Games begin on Saturday, September 13, 2008. If you are interested please contact the coach, Savannah Webb at either 301-737-1792 or 301-247-3152 and by email at

Fall Follies on the Square The annual “Fall Follies” Arts & Crafts Show will be held this Saturday, September 13th on the Square in Leonardtown, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Attractions include over 50 participants showing and selling their many handmade arts and crafts, paintings, pressed flowers, clay sculptures, ceramics, pottery, hand-woven baskets, floral arrangements, candles, dolls, quilts, afghans, stained glass, jewelry, and much more! While in Leonardtown, take time to visit the town’s quaint shops and restaurants, as well as the Historical Society’s Research Library located in the Tudor Hall Mansion, and the Old Jail Museum. Fall Follies is sponsored by the Crafts Guild of St. Mary’s County and Old Towne Crafters. Call 301-997-1644 for further information. Rain date: Sunday, September 14th.

Giant Yard Sale And Cat Adoption Day A mammoth yard sale will be held on September 13 from 7 a.m. to 12 noon at Faith Bible Church, which is located on Rte. 235, south of the Loveville-235 Intersection. Items for sale include furniture, antiques, appliances, baby articles, clothing, exercise equipment, TVs, computers plus accessories, dishes, bicycles and more. Items purchased must be paid for and removed by sale end. ALL proceeds will go to pay the veterinarian bills incurred by Feral Cat Rescue spaying- neutering, inoculating for rabies and other diseases and restoring the health of rescued cats and kittens. Call 301 373 5678 for information.

Newtowne Player Auditions The Newtowne Players announce upcoming auditions and performances of the Rising Stars Talent Competition Series. Produced in conjunction with Spittfiyah Entertainment, this open talent competition will be taped and shown on local access cable channels in Maryland and Boston. Auditions will be held at Three Notch Theatre on 21744 South Coral Drive in Lexington Park on Saturday, Sept. 6 and Saturday, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. All acts and all ages are encouraged to audition. There is a $10 audition registration fee for individuals and $22 for groups of 3+. For audition information, please contact Manny Santos at 617-866-1395 or spittfiyah@yahoo. com. Performances will be held Tuesday evenings, Sept. 23 through Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. at Three Notch Theatre. Cash and prizes will be awarded each night for the top acts. Admission is $10; children under age 12 are $5. The series will culminate with a finale in December.

Democratic Club Meeting The St. Mary’s Democratic Club will meet on Monday, September 15 at 7 p.m. at Petruzzi’s Restaurant in Wildewood Shopping Center. Guest speaker will be Jason Waskey, Maryland for Obama Campaign Director. Come early for pay-as-you-go dinner and enjoy pre-meeting discussion. Call Cindy at 301-737-7978.

What everyone must know about ADD & ADHD The Learning Disabilities Association of St. Mary’s County Southern Maryland Childcare Resource Center proudly present What Everyone Must Know about ADD & ADHD: Ten Key Facts Everyone Must Know about ADD, ADHD, Executive Function, and School Success Presented by Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S. This session will focus on 10 Key Facts about ADHD that parents, professionals, and child care providers must know, including critical less well-known facts. Several key issues will be addressed: executive function deficits, working memory deficits, the impaired sense of time, the role of neurotransmitters, common co-existing conditions, and monitoring medication to ensure effectiveness. Clearly executive function has emerged as a key

Senior Correctional Officer First Class Delores M. Gray

The following officer was recognized as Officer of the Quarter for the Second Quarter of 2008. Senior Correctional Officer First Class Delores M. Gray has proven herself to be a valuable member of the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office. Senior CFC Gray is a reliable, punctual, and career orientated individual. Her twenty years of experience is an asset to all officers at the Detention Center. She has field trained many officers and instills in them her values and knowledge. Senior CFC Gray is passionate and thorough with her work. Senior CFC Gray is always there to lend a helping hand and willing to assist no matter

the task. She is not afraid to take action and get involved. Senior CFC Gray demonstrates great working skills as well as communication skills. She is supportive to her supervisor sand coworkers and can be trusted to complete her duties prior to securing for the day. There are many days she has stayed past her duty hours to complete tasks and does not put in for overtime. Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron takes great pleasure in recognizing Senior Correctional Officer First Class Delores M. Gray as the Correctional Officer of the Second Quarter of 2008 for her commitment to the agency and the citizens of St. Mary’s County.

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factor influencing school success or failure for students with ADHD. Parents, teachers, and professionals and the students themselves must understand the impact of executive function deficits on behavior and academic performance. Saturday, September 20, 2008 - 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (lunch included) Southern Maryland Higher Education Center, 44219 Airport Road, California, Maryland Seating is limited, so pre-registration is requested. Registration is $25.00 for non-LDA of St. Mary’s County members, and free for members of LDA of St. Mary’s County. Limited scholarships are available and must be requested by September 13, 2008. To register, please contact Missy Alexander at 301/884-4662 or Terri Griest at

Auction set to benefit marine resources

From fishing trips and equipment to dinners at some of Southern Maryland’s best restaurants to jewelry to guided hunting trips, much awaits those attending the second annual Dinner and Auction sponsored by the Coastal Conservation Association Maryland’s Patuxent River Chapter. The banquet is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 20 at 6 p.m. in the St. Mary’s County Elks Lodge #2092, 45779 Fire Department Lane, California. The evening will include raffles, door prizes, and a live and silent auction of such items as fishing trips with local professional guides, a flat screen television, dinners at popular restaurants, rods and reels, and much more. In addition to complimentary beer and wine and appetizers, the menu will include garden salad, shrimp, grilled chicken, baked ham, vegetables, potatoes, macaroni salad, and dessert. Tickets are $65 per person or $120 for a couple and can be purchased by contacting Brooke MacDonald, 888-758-6580, or Ken Fugate, 301-994-3659.

St. Mary’s County League of Women Voters Join the St. Mary’s County League of Women Voters for a screening and discussion of the PBS “Point of View” film Critical Condition by veteran documentary filmmaker Roger Weisberg. The film chronicles the lives of uninsured individuals and their experience with the health system. This film is scheduled to be broadcast the week of September 30, 2008 on your local PBS station. See it WITH US first! Afterwards we will join Dr. Cynthia Saunders, a Columbia University trained public health expert on access to care who will facilitate a discussion about the health system and the tradeoffs among cost, access, and quality. Where: St. Mary’s County Library – Leonardtown Branch 23250 Hollywood Rd. When: Thursday, September 25th Time: Meet and Greet at 6:30 p.m. Film starts at 7 p.m. Contact: Ginni Stein at vstein1@verizon. net or Cindy Saunders at cynthiamsaunders@ All Are Invited! The Event Is Free And Open To The Public. By Attending You Agree To Be Filmed As Part Of A Discussion About The Health System.

Mexican Dinner Immaculate Heart of Mary Church will host its 1st Mexican Dinner, sponsored by Cerro Grande Restaurant, on Friday, October 3rd from 4:30-7 p.m. Everyone is welcome. Carryouts will be available, prices will vary. Children 3 and under eat FREE! For more information call 301-863-8144.

CSM’s Ward Virts Concert Series Schedule, 2008/2009 Ward Virts Concert Series: Brian Ganz. 3 p.m., Oct. 12, College of Southern Maryland, Prince Frederick Campus, Room 119, 115 J.W. Williams Road, Prince Frederick. The Ward Virts Concert Series will kick off the season with concert pianist Brian Ganz. The Ward Virts Concert Series is presented by Kaine Homes and CSM. Limited tickets available. Free. 443-550-6000 or

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Recipes Stuffed Zucchini Boats

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2 large zucchini (1 lb.), parboiled ¾ cup KRAFT 2% Milk Shredded Reduced Fat Mozzarella Cheese, divided 1 small tomato, finely chopped 10 RITZ Reduced Fat Crackers, finely crushed 1 tsp. dried basil leaves

1 Tbsp. oil 6 thin boneless beef steaks (1/4 to 1/2-inch thick, 1-1/2 lb.) 2 large tomatoes, chopped (about 2 cups) 1 yellow pepper, finely chopped ¼ cup KRAFT Zesty Italian Dressing 1 pkg. (6 oz.) STOVE TOP Stuffing Mix for Chicken, prepared as directed on package 1 cup KRAFT Shredded Low-Moisture PartSkim Mozzarella Cheese

Directions 1. PREHEAT oven to 375°F. Cut zucchini lengthwise in half; scoop out centers onto cutting board, leaving 1/4-inch-thick shells. Place shells in 9-inch square baking dish; set aside. 2. CHOP zucchini pulp; place in medium bowl. Add 1/2 cup of the cheese, the tomatoes,

cracker crumbs and basil; mix lightly. Spoon evenly into zucchini shells; sprinkle with remaining 1/4-cup cheese. 3. BAKE 15 min. or until heated through.

Directions 1. HEAT oil in large skillet on medium-high heat. Add steaks; cook 1 min. on each side or until lightly browned on both sides. 2. MEANWHILE, mix tomatoes, peppers and dressing; spoon over steaks. Top with prepared stuffing; sprinkle with cheese.

3. REDUCE heat to medium-low; cover. Simmer 3 to 5 min. or until cheese is melted and steak is cooked to medium doneness (160°F.)

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Ingredients 2 lb. plum tomatoes (about 8 medium), chopped ¼ cup chopped fresh basil leaves 2 Tbsp. chopped red onions ½ cup KRAFT Light House Italian Reduced Fat Dressing ¼ cup KRAFT 100% Grated Parmesan or Romano Cheese 1 lb. pasta, cooked, drained

From Ingredients Directions 1. COMBINE tomatoes, basil and onions in large bowl. 2. STIR in dressing and cheese. 3. ADD pasta; toss lightly.

2 cups baby carrots, cut in half 1 bunch broccoli, cut into florets (about 4 cups) 10 RITZ Crackers, crushed 3 Tbsp. KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese 1 Tbsp. butter, melted ¼ lb. (4 oz.) VELVEETA Pasteurized Prepared Cheese Product, cut into 1/2-inch cubes 2 oz. (1/4 of 8-oz. pkg.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, cubed

Easy Parmesan-Garlic Chicken From


Ingredients ½ cup KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese 1 env. GOOD SEASONS Italian Salad Dressing & Recipe Mix ½ tsp. garlic powder 6 boneless skinless chicken breast halves (2 lb.) Directions 1. PREHEAT oven to 400°F. Mix cheese, salad dressing mix and garlic powder.

2. MOISTEN chicken with water; coat with cheese mixture. Place in shallow baking dish. 3. BAKE 20 to 25 min. or until chicken is cooked through (165°F).

1. BRING 3 cups water to boil in large saucepan on medium-high heat. Add carrots. Reduce heat to medium-low; simmer 8 min. Add broccoli; simmer an additional 3 min. or until vegetables are crisp-tender. Meanwhile, mix cracker crumbs, Parmesan cheese and butter; set aside. 2. MICROWAVE VELVEETA and cream cheese in 2-cup microwaveable measuring cup

or medium bowl on HIGH 1 min.; stir. Microwave an additional 30 sec. or until VELVEETA and cream cheese are completely melted and mixture is well blended when stirred. 3. DRAIN vegetables; place in serving bowl. Top with cheese sauce; sprinkle with crumb mixture.

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Mac & Cheese Lasagna

½ lb. fettuccine, uncooked 2 tsp. oil 1 lb. boneless skinless chicken breasts, cut into bite-size pieces 1 cup each: green pepper strips and sliced fresh mushrooms 1 can (14-1/2 oz.) diced tomatoes, undrained ¼ cup KRAFT Zesty Italian Dressing ½ cup KRAFT Shredded Italian* MozzarellaParmesan Cheese Blend ½ cup chopped fresh basil

From Ingredients 1 pkg. (7-1/4 oz.) KRAFT Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, prepared as directed on package using Light Preparation directions 1-1/2 cups spaghetti sauce ½ lb. lean ground beef, cooked, drained 1 cup KRAFT Shredded Low-Moisture PartSkim Mozzarella Cheese 2 Tbsp. KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese


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1. COOK pasta as directed on package. 2. MEANWHILE, heat oil in large skillet on medium-high heat. Add chicken; cook and stir until no longer pink. Add peppers and mush-

rooms; cook 3 min., stirring occasionally. Stir in tomatoes and dressing. Reduce heat to medium-low; simmer 5 min. or until chicken is cooked through. 3. DRAIN pasta. Toss with chicken mixture; sprinkle with cheese and basil.

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St. Maries Musica is seeking 2 new voices for its upcoming season--a tenor and a bass. The group of about 20 voices sings for the State House madrigal dinners through the Christmas season. If interested in an audition call: Barb Lorton 301-373-8181.

Lexington Park Elementary Program Continued from page B- Initially, participants received typed prompts asking for responses to such things as “the saddest day of my life,” or “best teacher I ever had,” and were asked to share their stories. An interpreter was

LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENTS Teens sought to help EMS deliver message

Emergency planner Jaclyn Shaw will conduct a workshop at Leonardtown’s TAG (Teen Advisory Group) meeting on Sept. 11 at 5:30 p.m. to inform the teens of the new emergency weather warning system and how they can help inform the public. Teens can earn an hour of community service for each household and/or senior citizen they contact and explain the new system to. Any teen interested in participating and learning about this valuable service is urged to attend or contact the TAG librarian at any branch. The regular TAG meeting and activities will follow the presentation.

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on hand to assist non-English speaking families in the group. Later, participants transferred their personal stories from paper onto a felt square representing their culture and family. A quilt was assembled from the

squares made by families from El Salvador, Greece, Bulgaria, Mexico, and India. All are represented under the banner of “Lexington Park Elementary School -- One School, One Community, One Very Di-

verse Family.” The quilt now hangs in the school’s cafeteria where the students and staff can see it and have in-depth discussions about the cultures represented on the quilt. For more details about the “Tellin Stories” program, contact Lexington Park Elementary School Principal Susie Fowler at 301-863-4085.

Laptops Introduced for Basic Computer Classes

library hours. Lexington Park will issue cards to college students, staff and faculty which will allow them to take advantage of the public library services particularly the 24/7 remote access to online databases and downloadable materials, and the recently released DVDs.

Chemistry workshop is fun learning opportunity

Students, ages 7 to 12, will have fun while learning about chemical reactions in a free hands-on Crazy Chemistry workshop offered on Sept. 19 at 10 a.m. at Charlotte Hall and at 3 p.m. at Lexington Park. Leonardtown’s will be held Oct. 17. Please register at www.stmalib. org or by calling the library.

Teen movie night planned

The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several thefts and destruction of property cases which occurred in the Ridge area between Sept. 6 and Sept. 7. Theft – Deep Cove Lane – between Sept. 6 at 5 p.m. and Sept. 7 at 10 a.m. - unknown subject(s) removed victim’s mailbox from the end of the victim’s driveway. Theft – Point Lookout Road – between Sept. 7 at 1 a.m. and Sept. 7 at 11 a.m. – unknown subject(s) stole a chair and a cigarette receptacle from the patio area of the American Legion Post 255. Destruction of Property – Bonnie Lane – between Sept. 6 at 4 p.m. and Sept. 7 at 11 a.m. – unknown subject(s) struck and damaged the victim’s mailbox, which was located at the end of the victim’s driveway. Destruction of Property – Bonnie Lane (different residence) – between Sept. 6 at 4 p.m. and Sept. 7 at 11 a.m. – unknown subject(s) struck and damaged the victim’s mailbox which was located at the end of the victim’s driveway. Destruction of Property – Wynne Road – between Sept. 6 at 11 p.m. and Sept. 7 at 8 a.m. – unknown subject(s) removed and broke four solar powered driveway/walkway lights which were located at the end of the victim’s driveway. Anyone with information on this crime or any other crime is asked to call Crime Solvers. The caller does have to leave his/her name. If the information leads to the arrest and conviction, the caller may be eligible for a cash reward of up to $1,000. The Crime Solv-

On September 2, 2008 at approximately 5 p.m., Deputy First Class James Maguire responded to the CVS Store in Lexington Park for a report of an intoxicated person. Upon arrival he made contact with the subject, Julia Cecelia Yannayon, 48, of no fixed address. Yannayon had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage upon her breath and had difficulty maintaining her balance. Maguire attempted to interview Yannayon at which time she became belligerent and began yelling profanities. Yannayon was warned to stop yelling and cursing several times, which she refused. Yannayon’s conduct attracted the attention of a small crowd and she was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct.

Deputies made arrests for drinking in public On September 2, 2008, Alcohol Enforcement Coordinator Senior Deputy First Class Emory Johnson and CSAFE Officer Senior Deputy First Class Robert Russell initiated a combined effort to combat the public consumption of alcohol in the Lexington Park area. The deputies conducted an undercover operation in plain clothes utilizing an unmarked vehicle. While patrolling the Park and Ride adjacent to the Old Three Notch Theater, the deputies observed three subjects consuming alcoholic beverages. John Haas, 65, of Leonardtown, was issued a citation for consuming alcohol in an outside open area. Michael Wasson, 49, of no fixed address, and Aaron Brooks, 54, of Lexington Park, who refused to sign a citation were transported to the St. Mary’s

County Detention Center to go before a District Court commissioner for violation of St. Mary’s County Code 190-2, consumption of an alcoholic beverage in an outside open area.

Car search leads to arrest for suspected marijuana On September 3, 2008 at

approximately 1:25 a.m., Deputy Michael Boyer observed a 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis in the St. George’s Hundred Subdivision of Great Mills where the operator abruptly decelerated and paused for a moment before proceeding. The vehicle turned onto St. Elizabeth Court where Deputy Boyer temporarily lost view of the vehicle. A vehicle registration check revealed the motor vehicle tags were

listed to a 1996 Honda. Deputy Boyer located the vehicle, which was now parked in a parking space with the engine running and all occupants out of the vehicle. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Rayshawn Deontaye Douglas, 19, of Lexington Park. Boyer was given consent to search the vehicle by Douglas. A search of the vehicle revealed a gray bag located on the front floorboard. Boyer opened the

bag and detected a strong odor of marijuana. There were several empty sandwich bags and a silver “Chefmate” digital scale contained in the gray bag. The gray bag also contained suspected marijuana residue. Douglas was arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.

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Ninety-six year old George Richards received one-on-one computer instruction on a wireless laptop from Dennis Gillikin, one of the library’s public technology assistants, during the Laptop Lab Open House held recently at Leonardtown Library. Leonardtown now offers basic computer classes by using wireless laptops in the meeting room. The laptops will travel to Charlotte Hall in October for classes.


Lexington Park Library and St. Mary’s College of Maryland have partnered to increase the awareness of the unique, complimentary services each library system has to offer the other’s cardholders. From Sept. 8-22 local residents can obtain a library card for St. Mary’s College of Maryland at the Lexington Park Library to take advantage of the college’s DVD collection, their academic collection, inhouse access to online databases, and their later

Customers can earn a chance to win an MP3 player by taking an online quiz on Ron Suskind’s book, “A Hope in the Unseen.” This book is being read throughout Maryland as part of first statewide community read called One Maryland One Book. The Maryland Center for the Book, a program of the Maryland Humanities Council, and the Maryland public libraries are sponsoring this initiative, which will run through October. Copies of the book and reader’s guides are available at the libraries. For a complete listing of events and to access the quiz, customers can click on the One Maryland One Book icon at Programs including an author’s visit and readers’ theater are scheduled in October.

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Teens ages 12 and older are invited to watch the PG- rated movie, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, at Lexington Park with other teens. The TAG planned event will be Sept. 18 at 5:30 p.m. No registration is required for this free event. Snacks will be provided.


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Hollywood home is a 2500+ square foot rancher. Oversized garage with bonus/4th bedroom. Great room with fireplace (crown molding in foyer and great room). New exotic African Rosewood hardwood floors throughout great room, dining room, foyer and hallway. Dining room with antique chandelier. Custom kitchen has maple cabinets with cherry finish with scenic breakfast nook. Recessed lighting in kitchen. New kitchen appliances which includes a new oversized refrigerator with bottom freezer, stove and dishwasher. Kitchen has area for desk and computer. Separate laundry/mud room with front end load washer and dryer. Two new heat pumps replaced within the past 2-3 years. $5,000 flooring allowance. Beautiful deck with hot tub and gazebo, oversized garage has new epoxy floor. Bonus room (4th bedroom) also has conditioned storage space. Master bedroom has separate shower and garden tub. Two storage sheds convey. Custom sidewalk and landscaping. To schedule an appointment call (301) 9046900 or (301) 373-2937. Price: $425,000.

Great home,close to Pax River Naval Air Station, schools, parks , restaurants & shopping. This home has updated kitchen & bath. Pella tilt-in windows for easy cleaning. New furnace and central air & ceiling fans. Freshly painted and new carpets throughout. Move in now! Will work with real estate agent representing buyer. Note: owner is a licensed Realtor. Price: $178,900. Call 240-298-7265.

Lovely Jamestown Colonial in Sentry Woods. 4BRs, 2.5 Baths. Large Master Suite with bath, includes soaking tub and walk-in shower. Formal Dinning and Living Room. Family room with woodburning fireplace. Kitchen w/beautiful bay window above sink; kitchen leads into eat-in breakfast nook. Home is handicap accessible with chair lift (can be easily removed). Deck off of family room and a huge wrap around country style porch with swing. New landscaping in front yard including sod done in Spring 2008. Large 2 car garage. New AC and Heating installed in Novemeber 2006. Home is a part of HOA which include playground, pool, community center etc... $10,000 carpet and paint allowance to be deducted from selling price. Home is priced below appraisal value, bring all offers to be considered. We are relocating and looking for quick sale! For more info and pictures, please call (301) 705-9781 (evenings) or e-mail me directly at Price: $339,900. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION/ PRICED TO SELL! Spacious 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath colonial in pristine condition. 2.5 acres on cul de sac, private backyard, Bolivian Rosewood hardwood floors, exceptionally large master suite, master bath has double sink, garden tub w/ ceramic tile surrounding and separate shower, 8ft deep front porch with ceiling fans, 12 x 24 Amish built shed with loft, walking distance to St. Mary’s River State Park, SMECO power saver home. Call 301904-2650 if interested and for further information. Price: $419,900.

Beautiful 2.82 acre wooded lot available in Hollywood MD. Pristine location on a private road off of Fox Run Lane in the desirable McIntosh Road area. Best school district and location possible! Perc and plat recorded. Price: $159,900 - Priced to Sell. Available directly from the developer. Let us build your dream home or build it yourself Phone: (240) 538-8448 or (240) 538-8441. Trailer located in small park on the Potomac. Peaceful country setting with lots of privacy. 2 bedrooms 2 full baths. Large front room added in 1995 features Andersen windows, paneling, built in bookcases, and gas burning log fireplace. 3 year old oil furnace & tank, CAC, WD, storage sheds, built in vanities & sinks. Building is completely sided with white vinyl. 1200 square feet, roomy and attractive. Front and back decks. Land rent is $510 monthly & includes septic, water & trash removal. One month rent deposit required. No section 8. Credit must be approved by park owners. Price: $12,500. Please call 301475-8602 if interested. 1 Bedroom Wildewood Condo For Sale. Excellent investment property or first time home! Toplevel unit with skylight in bedroom. Open floor plan, large windows and balcony let in a lot of light. Enjoy the convenience of being close to shopping and restaurants in a quiet, private neighborhood. If interested, please call 301-737-0522 for more information. Charming like new 3 bedroom, 2 bath rambler with cozy living room and country kitchen in a quiet water front community. Wonderful starter for the first time home buyer, with closing assistance. Shown by appointment only. Please call 301-9040345 if interested and for more information. Price: $239,000. Great Home for Retirees or Single Couple. Completed gutted and renovated in 2004. Added on higher roof line and garage. Central air and oil heat. New electrical wiring throughout. Stacked washer/dryer unit. All appliances convey. Walking distance to Flag Harbor Marina and private community beach. Price: $325,000. If interested, please call Karen Lacey at 410.984.9049 for any further information.

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REAL ESTATE RENTALS Newly remodled single family home in a safe and quiet area. Located 2 miles south of Leonardtown, new hardwood floors through out with new kitchen area. Lots of storage Call Joe 240298-3666 Price: $1,400. Just offered for rent! Possible Lease Option! Charming Renovated 3 Bed, 2 Bath rambler on oversize flat lot at street’s end with one car garage. This home has been totally renovated. New Kitchen; Counters, Cabinets, Appliances. New paint, new carpet, new roof!. Open floorplan. One level living at it’s finest. Just steps to the water in historic Colton’s Pt. Only $1,300 per month - ask about a possible lease option - call today - ask for Dee 443 624 0605. Brand New Condominium in Oyster Bay at Solomons Island - 39 ft deep water Boat Slip on protected waters of Back Creek - Elevator - Parking Garage w/ storage unit - Private Balcony with great views of the Harbor and Sunsets from the Livingroom and Master Bedroom ! 2100 sq ft -9 ft Ceilings w/ crown molding - Livingroom has a Wood burning fireplace w/ Builtins - Large Dining Room - Kitchen has 42” Maple Cabinets - Granite Countertops Kenmore Elite Stainless Steel Appliances w/ Tile floors. Master Bedroom has Soaking tub w/ jets and closets Galore! Enjoy the private clubhouse , fitness center, tennis courts and pool. OWNER WILL PAY HOA FEES! Only 55 Miles south of Washington Beltway and 12 Miles away from NAS Patuxent River. Price: $1,995. Call 410-326-9307. Great 3 bedroom 3.5 bathroom townhome in Hickory Hills with 2 bedrooms for rent. $450.00 and $550.00 per month with utilities in cluded. Each bedroom has own bathroom; one with immediate bathroom access, the other with walk from room to bathroom. The house is in a great location, quiet neighborhood, ideal for ESDPers, Commuters, or Students. The price is not set in stones, so call if interested; Antoine @ 301-675-7423. Large 1500 sq. ft., 2 nd floor duplex, wooded side, private deck, fireplace, dining, living, full kitchen, central AC heat pump, gas range, great location close to everything, 1 month security deposit, credit check, non smoker, $1100 plus electric and gas, W & D in unit, very quiet, clean and economical. call Mike please leave a message as I never answer this phone 772-288-2526 or email me at House for rent in Leonardtown; 3 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, living room, family room, dining room and kitchen. Washer and Dryer. No pets. $1,500/ month plus utilities; $1,500 security deposit required. Please email me at schrader@blankrome. com or call evenings at 301-373-8229.

APARTMENT RENTALS New 2 bedroom Apartment For Rent. Newly built home with 2 bedroom apartment off side of home for rent. Large Master bedroom w/large closet. Small 2nd bedroom great for baby’s room or computer room. Eat in kitchen, and living room. 1 full bathroom. Has washer/dryer in unit. Plenty closet space. Electric appliances and heat. Has seperate entrance and patio. Currently wired for satellite tv. $950 monthly plus utilities (electric being only utility averaging $100 monthly). Security deposit required. Will accept section 8. Small animals allowed on case by case basis. Pet deposit maybe required. Call 301-373-4815 or 240-577-0971. Room in basement of a single family home. I am a Young, quiet, none smoking male looking to share my basement with same type of person male or female.5 minutes from base on Rt.4 toward Solomons All utilities payed. Call Austin 301-2470675. Price: $450. Beautifully furnished one bedroom/full tile bath with living area, dining area, full kitchen and office. Deck off of living area. Beach privileges. Cable provided. Central air and heat plus electric baseboard. Utilities shared with owner. 20 minutes from Base. 25 minutes from St. Mary’s College. 3 minutes from fishing area and boat launching facility. Call Mr. Rogers at 410-8029404 (mobile) or 410-3320899 (office). Ideal for one person. Price: $1200. Unfurnished one bedroom apartment. Suitable for single or couple. $700.00 Per mo. Utilities included. No pets. Call 240-538-8785. WAT E R F RON T APARTMENT. We are offering for rent our one bedroom, one bath apartment situated over our two-car garage. The apartment is attached by a breezeway to the main house and has a private enterance. The house and apartment are located on the Patuxent River and have unobstructed views of and direct access to the water. Our property consists of 4+ acres and has approximately 250 feet of beach frontage and pier for your use. No smoking, no pets. The apartment is unfurnished. The main house consists of the original Customs House for Southern Maryland built in 1730, a 1950s addition and our addition completed in 2003. We were on the Maryland House and Garden Tour in 2002 and the Patuxent Habitat for Humanities House Tour in December 2005. We are looking for the right individual who will enjoy the quiet serenity of waterfront living. Cable TV included. Price: $975 plus electric. Please call 301-502-9055 if interested, and for more information. One person loft apartment, fully furnished near PAX base gate 3. If interested, please call Jo Ann Gelrud at 240-9251679 for any further information. Price: $750.



Dermatology practice in St. Mary’s County looking for a full-time medical assistant. Please email resumes to verghese6@

MEDICAL – Ophthalmology office seeking an outgoing, personable individual to work with our front desk team. Duties include check in, check out and surgery scheduling. The position is available in our Prince Frederick office. Medical/surgical practice experience and medical insurance knowledge necessary. Must be willing to travel. Please fax resume to 1-866-559-8860.

Busy Cardiology Practice in Waldorf. Two years of Medical Office experience required. Candidate responsible for answering multi-phone lines, patient check in/check out, Insurance verification, scheduling tests and assisting office staff as needed. Ability to operate various office equipment, computer awareness and exceptional telephone skills is expected. Approx 25 hours per week. If interested, please call 301-645-5100. Full Service Restaurant & Fast Service Restaurant. Interviewing for Quailty Staff. Waitstaff, Cooks, Chefs, Prep, Bartenders etc. Apply in Person. Everyday this week 8:45 - 9:30 AM. Interviews will Take Place @ Blue Wind Gourmet. 22803 Gunston Drive California MD 20619. Position open for PartTime Temporary Laborer position for landscaping company. Might be permanent. Will have set days and hours. 2025 hours a week. Some weeks may be more depending on pending contracts. Will need to be able to run mowers, trimmers, edgers, etc. Physical Labor involved. Must be reliable and willing to work. Must have drivers license. Will Train right person. Please email us at mikesworks@comcast. net with information on yourself and experience. We will contact you if we are interested. Custom home builder is looking for a few good carpenters. Must have experience, own tools and transportation. Most of work is in the Annapolis area. Good pay for right person. Please email your resume to or you may also fax it to 410286-0079. If you would like to leave a message please call 410-286-7129. Accounting Clerk needed for HVAC sales team in Upper Marlboro, MD. This position will require an ability to learn quickly with preferably 6 months to 1 year of experience in accounting. Responsible for answering phones, getting and distributing mail, general filing, making copies of bills, creating purchase orders, pulling and matching purchase orders to bills, checking order acknowledgments from factories against purchase orders, verifying prices on bills against the order acknowledgements received from the factories and other duties as assigned. Must have a capacity to learn and grow as this position will afford the opportunity to advance and expand. Background in construction, engineering or other industrial category and an interest in and understanding of sales is desired but not required. Pay based on experience. Please call 301-627-7970 if interested and for any more information.

Pharmacist - Retail Positions are available at 2 of our locations. Current MD Pharmacist License required. Full or part time schedules are possible. Competitive salary and benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to: McKay’s Fine Food & Pharmacy P.O. Box 98 Hollywood, MD 20636 Or Fax to Human Resources. 301-373-5338. For further information, call 301-373-5848. McKay’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Hotel located in Leonardtown is looking for professional individuals that can provide exceptional service to our guests. Experience is preferred but will train the right individuals. Openings are for the front desk and housekeeping. Please send resumes to: Neal Patel PO Box 635 Leonardtown, MD 20650. Mortgage Loan Officer: A local mortgage company is seeking experienced loan officers to expand its staff. Commission splits up to 60%. Great loan officer support. Mortgage or realtor experience required. We have over 50 lenders plus a line of credit to fund your loans. We also have outstanding processors and a quick title service. Call Sam: 410-586-8450 x104 or fax resume to 410-586-3904. Mechanicsville 7-Eleven now hiring for a.m. position. I prefer someone with lottery experience. Should have some cashier experience. Must be available to work one weekend shift. Please call Jackie at 301-904-1987 to set up an interview. A management consulting firm in Lexington Park, MD seeks Financial Analysts w/ Bachelor’s degree or 5 yrs relevant experience. Relevant experience must be in Navy/DoD budget formulation/execution and financial tracking systems. Degrees must be in one of the following disciplines: Business, Economics, Accounting or Finance. Email resume to paxhr@ , fax to (301) 866-0030. or mail resume to: HR-Analyst, 46621 Corporate Drive, Suite 101, Lexington Park, MD 20653. EOE M/F/D/V encouraged to apply. Small law firm with busy, fast paced, growing general practice is seeking to hire a Receptionist/Runner. Responsibilities include answering a multiline phone system and performing daily errands. Must be a high-school graduate. Must have a valid driver’s license and have own transportation. If interested, please e-mail or fax resume to or 301-737-6335.

VEHICLES 2000 Ford Focus zx3. Low miles at 77,600. New tires just put on. Well maintained one owner. Drives fine. Great commuter, great gas mileage, we’ve been getting 30mpg on average. This is a manual transmission. Very clean interior. If interested, please call Jessie to see 405-204-6336. Price: $4300 obo. 2002 Mazda 626 DOES NOT RUN Needs A transmissin or to rebuild transmission. Kelly book value 2500 im askin a 1800 obo can be fixed or used for parts. Needs To be sold ASAP. For more information, please contact me back by email or phone if interested. or 240-577-0275. Price: $1800. 94 Chevy Truck 350 v8. MD Insp. Regular cab shortbed. Stepside, automatic, air, power, tilt, cruise, radio, cass., tow package, always garaged & serviced. Body & interior like new. 119,107 highway miles. $5,900 OBO. 301-769-4366.

79 Firebird racecar. No motor or transmission. Lexan windows, delay box, monster tac / shiftlight, 6albox, 2step,air shifter, glass hood /scoop, Ford 9in rear with 4.88 gears with full spool. All you need is your motor and trans to go racing. Too much to list must see to appreciate. Price: 4000 obo. If interested, please call 301-884-3746 for more information. 969 428 Cobra Jet Mach 1 Mustang For Sale / Vin # 9R02Qxxxxxx, 9 (1969), R ( Built in San Jose California, 02 (Sportsroof), Q ( V8 428 CID 4V Cobra Jet Big Block), Last 6 Digits Are Sequential Build Number. Car Is In Good Shape For Being 39 Years Old. You Can Start it Up And Drive Away. Needs Paint And Interior Work To Be 100%. Real Nice Restoration Project. This Is A Factory A/C Car With Automatic Transmisssion And NonShaker Hood ( Rarer Than Shaker Hoods With Manual Transmission). C-6 Transmission. Car Is Red With Black Hood. Factory Color Is Winter Blue With White Interior. The 428 Block Is Not The Original Block But Is The Correct Type For Car. If interested, and for further information, please call 301-247-5041 & Ask For Mark. Price: $18,000.

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MOTORCYCLES 2007 Honda CBR600RR. This bike only has 133 miles on it!!! The bike has a clean title(no lien) and is ready to be ridden. It was laid down in a school parking lot (training) and has a little rash because of it. Details: The bike suffered some rash on the left side (shown in pictures, the upper left is a little shorter then it should be). I have the original shop manual with part numbers. The cost of the fairing is $207. Serious buyers only. If interested please contact Molly Harings at (410)610-9595 or email mollyharings@ OR contact Jon Wheeler at (240)5385637 or email Price: $6700. 2004 Harley-Davidson fxst-stage 2 air intake-rear lowering kit-custom exhaust-16” apehangers-extra bars,seat and exhaust 26,000 miles-$10,000.00 301-246-4134. 2003 Harley Davidson Lowrider. Lots of chrome, heated handgrips, performance pipes, leather bags, air horns, security systems, engine gaurd. Call James at 301-399-4653. Price: $13,000. 1997 Suzuki 600 Katana. This bike runs great. It has new clutch cable, tailight, front tire. Must sell!! Bike isn’t big enough. Great starter bike. Will E-mail you pics. You won’t believe. Only $2750. Call 540-319-0080. 2007 Harley 1200 Sportster Low, garage kept with ONLY 29 miles. It has dual paint job (suede blue and tan). Please contact me, 240-434-1560. I would like to sell ASAP. Price: $11,000. 2004 Harley Davidson Heritage Softtail Classic FLSTCI for sale. Bike is in exellent condition. Only 698 miles. Call or email if you have any questions. Will send pics on request. Serious inquiries only. If interested, contact tamshiding@ or 301-8803436. Price: $16500 obo.

CHILD CARE Family Childcare has an immediate opening for a child 18 months and older. Loving and happy environment. Meals and snacks provided, learning atmosphere. Reasonable rates, great location, references available at anytime. Please call Mon.Fri. 8am-5pm. Hours for childcare vary with the need. 301-259-2860. It’s time to enroll your child in a Nurturing Early Childhood Program. Your child’s social and emotional well being is the focus of this licensed program. The foundation is laid for his/her Development with attentive care - age appropriate curriculum materials -singing -much more. Daily outdoors activities. Healthy Foods provided. Openings for children 6 weeks - 4 years. Hours: 6:00am to 6:00pm M F. EVENINGS HOURS AVAILABLE until 12midnight (call for details). Weekends Hours for ALL AGES. Call Mrs. Cynthia 301-743-6928. Experienced provider in Waldorf with openings for all ages. My hours are 6:00 am -6:00 pm, MonFri. I have over 25 years exprience caring for children in licensed centers. I provide all meals, including dinner. I offer a variety of activities to meet the children’s developmental needs/interests. I hold a level 4 Credential from the Md Department of Education. Fall special: infant: $155; preschool $130; school age: $95. If interested, please call me at 240-320-3654 or 301-645-2699.

GENERAL MERCHANDISE White Electric, Magic Chef Stove w/ range top. Also, Kenmore Washer and Whirlpool Dryer. All used but in good working condition. If interested, please call (757) 348 1573 ask for Belinda. Price: $85 each.

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