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DiPasquale Statistical Champion for Face-Off Win Percentage

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Bud Light connected for 14 hits, but it wasn’t enough as Belden rolled to a 28-8 win in six innings Thursday evening.

Belden Lights Up Scoreboard Photo Courtesy of SMCM

St. Mary’s College’s Marc DiPasquale was named Division III face-off win percentage champion by the NCAA earlier this week.

Indianapolis, Ind. – Rising senior Marc DiPasquale (Joppa, Md./Boys’ Latin) is the 2008 NCAA Division III statistical champion for face-off win percentage as announced by the NCAA after the final statistical rankings were released. DiPasquale won 226 of 325

face-offs for a .695 percentage to be the top face-off specialist in Division III. He took all but 30 face-offs for the Seahawks in 2008. The 5-8 midfielder also finished 34th in the nation with 5.73 ground balls per game as DiPasquale led the team with 86 See DiPasquale page B-

Men’s Softball Team Wins Third Straight Game In Style By Chris Stevens Staff Writer GREAT MILLS – Two nights after scoring 14 runs in the first inning of a 25-1 beating of the Bombers, the Belden Contracting Men’s Softball team continued to

Bud Light Women Avoid A SWAT, Pick Up Win

pound the ball, scoring 24 runs in their first two turns at bat as they coasted to a 28-8 win in six innings over the Bud Light team Thursday evening at the Brass Rail. “When our bats are on fire, we can compete with See Men’s Softball page B-

Results From Potomac Speedway for Thursday, July 3rd Super Lates: 1. Keith Jackson, 2. Jamie Lathroum, 3. Ryan Hackett, 4. David Williams, 5. Ray Kable, 6. George Moreland, 7. Rick Hulson, 8. Deane Guy, 9. Barry Lear Sr, 10. Rusty Alton, 11. Darryl Hills, 12. Roland Mann, 13. Harold Dorsey, 14. Louie Littlepage,15. Jeremy Knoll (DNS) Kyle Lear

Late Models: 1. Sommey Lacet, 2. Paul Cursey, 3. Derick Quade, 4. Dan Zechman, 5 Tommy Wagner, 6 Joey Love, 7 Corey Hanson,8 Ed Pope, 9 Mike Latham, 10 Chuck Cox,11 J.T. McLanigan,12. Chaz Walls, 13. Franny Stone, 14 Barry Kear, 15 Ricky Lathroum, 16 John Baker,17 Butch Chapman (DNS) Bruce Kane Street Stock: 1 P.J. Hatcher, 2 Donnie Smith, 3 Chuck Bowie, 4 Kevin Cooke, 5 Jeff Helsel, 6 Frankie Dove, 7 Wendy Jesmer, 8 Mike Reynolds, 9 Jimmy Jesmer, 10 Bobby Lilly, 11 John Forsyth, 12 Kurt Zimmerman, 13 Billy Crouse, 14 Kyle Nelson, 15 Art Good, 16 Jarrett Collinson

Hobbystock: 1 Troy Kassiris, 2 Scotty Nelson, 3 Ronald Meador, 4 John Burch, 5 Sam Archer, 6 Josh Dotson, 7 Jason Murphy, 8 Don Breach, 9 Will Nelson, 10 Travis Hopkins, 11 Mike Scaggs, 12 Ralph Price, 13 Jerry Deason, 14 Greg Mattingly, 15 Jimmy Suite, 16 Lloyd Deans 9DNS) Jeremy Wixks 4 Cylinders: 1 Larry Fuchs, 2 Greg

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A Bud Light batter watches the flight of the ball during Monday night’s women’s softball game at the Brass Rail.

By Chris Stevens Staff Writer GREAT MILLS – Shutting out the SWAT team through the first six innings of Monday night’s women’s softball game at the

Brass Rail, Team Bud Light’s bats backed up their solid defense, taking a 10-2 decision in Great Mills. Bud Light efficiently pounded out 13 hits that accounted for their 10 runs, See Bud Light Women page B-

Gunter, 3 Randy Jones, 4 AG Huckby, 5 Jerry Dick, 6 Rob Hitt, 7 Justin Bottorf, 8 Robert Swartzwelder, 9 Patrick Hood

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DiPasquale Continued from page B- ground balls. As a team, St. Mary’s ended the 2008 season second-best in face-off percentage with a win percentage of .676 (240 of 355).

As a sophomore, DiPasquale was fourth in the nation with a .680 (193 of 284) face-off percentage, while ranking third as a freshman in 2006 with a .712 (247 of 347) percentage. DiPasquale is a two-time AllCapital Athletic Conference (CAC) selection, including earning first team honors to cap off his junior

campaign this season. He is also a two-time Inside Lacrosse/Face-Off Yearbook preseason All-America pick. St. Mary’s finished the 2008 campaign with a 7-8 overall record and a 5-2 mark in league action. The Seahawks fell 7-4 to the University of Mary Washington in the CAC Quarterfinals.

Men’s Softball Continued from page B-

Recreational and Youth League Sports Schedule 07/10-07/16/08 Co-Ed Indoor Soccer League A (All Games At Leonard Hall)

St. Mary’s County Men’s Slowpitch Softball League

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Purple Haze vs. Dew Drop, 9:45 p.m. Mean Machine vs. XH Sports, 10:30 p.m.

Moose Lodge at Bombers, 6:30 p.m. Back Road Inn at Jager Bombs, 6:30 p.m. Chaney’s at R&T, 6:30 p.m. SOMD Toyota at Belden/Dew Drop, 8:00 p.m. Budweiser at Tootski, 8:00 p.m.

Co-Ed Indoor Soccer League B (All Games At Leonard Hall) Thursday July 10th Green Door vs. The Mix, 6:00 p.m. Lunatics vs. Naranja, 6:45 p.m. Giggity-Giggity vs. Old Crew, 7:30 p.m. Lightning vs. Boas, 8:15 p.m. V-22 vs. Turn Keys, 9:00 p.m.

anybody,” said Belden manager Sam Cooper, who laced three hits of his own Thursday. “When we jump on a team early, it kind of gets them down a bit.” On this night, jumping on the opposing team was

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A Bud Light player can’t come up with the ball as another Belden base runner scores.

Tuesday July 15th SOMD Toyota at Bombers, 6:30 p.m. R&T at Budweiser, 6:30 p.m. Belden/Dew Drop at Chaney’s, 6:30 p.m. Tootski at Back Road Inn, 6:30 p.m. Bud Light at Moose Lodge, 6:30 p.m.

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Belden’s Steven Hawks watches the flight of his three-run homer in the second inning of Thursday’s softball game.

an understatement. Belden, who improved to 3-17 with the convincing win, rapped 10 hits in the top of the first inning, with 11 men crossing the plate in their half of the frame. And that was just the tip of the iceberg. After the Bud Light defense collected the first two outs in the top of the second with minimal damage, Belden scored 11 of their 13 runs in the inning with the benefit of just one out left at bat. The two-out charge included a towering threerun home run over the left-centerfield fence by third baseman Steven Hawks that made the score 18-0, erasing all doubt about the game’s outcome. Belden hammered out 31 hits to account for their 28 runs, while the Bud Light team collected 14 hits and had eight runners cross the plate before the game was halted one inning short of a full game.

Men’s Indoor Soccer St. Mary’s County League (All Games At Men’s Over 40 Leonard Hall) Softball League Tuesday July 15th Shockers vs. Boas, 6:00 p.m. Johnson vs. Blue, 6:45 p.m. Team Nefarious vs. Comets, 9:00 p.m. Farfrumscoron vs. STX, 9:45 p.m.

Women’s Indoor Soccer League (All Games At Leonard Hall)

Thursday July 10th Tri County Aire at Kennedy Trk Anderson’s at Seabreeze Hole In The Wall at LAS Softball Capt. Sam’s at Hobo’s Rita B’s at Clements

St. Mary’s County Women’s Softball League Monday July 14th

Tuesday July 15th Blue Meanies vs. Red Hots, 7:30 p.m. Black vs. White Tigers, 8:15 p.m.

St. Mary’s County Young Men’s Softball League Friday July 11th Dew Drop Inn at Straight Cut Lawn Services, 6:30 p.m. SC&F at Atlantic Screen Printing, 6:30 p.m. Cryers at A.A. Harley Davidson, 6:30 p.m. Sunday July 13th A.A. Harley Davidson at SC&F, 6:00 p.m. A/C Moose at Dew Drop Inn, 6:00 p.m. Straight Cut Lawn Services at Shockers, 6:00 p.m.

Bud Light vs. Rookies at Anderson’s Bar, 6:30 p.m. Capt. Sam’s at Knight Life, 6:30 p.m. Xtreme vs. Just Us at Chancellor’s Run Park Field #4, 6:30 p.m. Coors Light at Back Road Inn, 6:30 p.m. Wednesday July 16th Just Us vs. SWAT at Brass Rail, 6:30 p.m. Rookies vs. Xtreme at Chancellor’s Run Park Field #2, 6:30 p.m. Capt. Sam’s vs. Bud Light at Chancellor’s Run Park Field #3, 6:30 p.m. Back Road Inn at Knight Life, 6:30 p.m. Chesapeake Custom Embroidery vs. Coors Light at Back Road Inn, 6:30 p.m.

SPECIAL NOTE: For all youth and rec. league coaches and officials, if you would like the scores and standings from your respective leagues to be published in the County Times, contact Chris Stevens at 301-373-4125 or at

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Belden Manager Sam Cooper (left) congratulates a player crossing home plate during Thursday evening’s softball game at the Brass Rail in Great Mills.

St. Mary’s County Men’s SLOW PITCH LEAGUE Standings 2008 Team Name Moose Lodge R&t Trucking/Guardian Back Road Inn/Coors Light Chaneys Tootski Budwieser/Bell Motor Somd Toyota Budlight Pax Bombers Belden Contracting Jager Bombs


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A View From The Bleachers Maryland’s Shooting Star By Ronald N. Guy Jr. Contributing Writer Leonardtown MD, 19 June 1986: A 13-yr-old boy was enjoying his summer vacation like many of his classmates, basking in the afterglow of his graduation from grade school and nervously anticipating the beginning of high school later that summer. There was no reason to think this day would start with anything other than a casual awakening from a long night’s sleep sometime in late morning, ideally just in time for “The Price Is Right”. But this day had other plans. Sometime shortly after the ungodly teenage hour of 9am, the boy’s little sister, knowing her brother was an endless sports fan, burst opened the bedroom door and asked flatly, “Do you know someone named Len Bias?” The boy, clearly irritated both at the ignorance and timing of such a question, snapped, “Uhhh, yeah, he’s only the greatest player in Terps basketball history!” Little sister’s innocent and unforgettable reply: “He’s

dead.” It’s hard to do Len Bias, the basketball player, justice with words. Time has faded the memories of those who saw him and the two decades since his death have given rise to a generation of sports fan who only know the name and the legend. Bias was a taller, stronger and equally athletic version of Michael Jordan. I’m sure many will scoff at such a casual comparison to His Airness. So I’ll defer to legendary coach Mike Krzyzewski who, when asked to name some opposing players who stood out in his twoplus decades as head coach of Duke University named two: Michael Jordan and Len Bias. He wasn’t just the best player in Maryland basketball history; he’s on any reputable list of the greatest players in the history of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). After four stellar years at Maryland, Bias was the 2nd overall pick in the 1986 NBA Draft. Two days later, with a blindingly bright future before him, he died in a Maryland dorm room of cocaine intoxication. Every year

Bud Light Women Continued from page B- including a three-run spurt in the top of the first to get them started. They also scored multiple runs in the fourth, fifth and seventh innings to account for their run total. Meanwhile, SWAT

since, when the calendar flips to June and with another edition of the NBA Draft pending, Bias slips back into our consciousness, either from our own internal clock cueing his memory or from an inevitable mention during NBA Draft coverage. This year felt eerily familiar. Like 1986, Boston won the NBA championship before this year’s Draft, its first title since Bias’ death. It’s almost as if it took the Celtics 22 years to recover from the tragic loss of their next great player. Bias could have been the bridge from the Larry Bird era into the next great period in Celtic lure. He could have been Boston’s answer to Chicago’s Jordan. He could have been… Bias has been dead now longer than he lived, yet this ghost of a man still compels us to ask, “What could have been?” It’s almost as if we’re expecting, at any minute now, that chiseled, 22-yr-old Lenny Bias to run out of the tunnel and appear on the parquet floor of Boston Garden to answer that question. But Len’s gone and he left far too

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“What might have been?” Brian Tribble placed the 911 call the morning of Bias’ death. He pleaded with the dispatcher; “This is Len Bias…you have to get him back to life…there’s no way he can die.” His pitiful, desperate voice captured the enormity of this possible tragedy. But the unthinkable happened: Bias did die. And in death he became a cautionary tale, for countless future generations, of the price of a reckless decision. Rest peacefully Len…your lesson lives on, but damn I still miss you. Extra Innings: He began walking on September 16th, 2007 in New York City. After ten months, 24 pairs of shoes and 40lbs lost on the way, he stopped on June 21st, 2008…in San Diego, CA. Former New York Giants Defensive Tackle George Martin walked across America and raised $2 million to benefit the first responders to the terrorist attacks in New York on September 11th, 2001, many of whom are experiencing health problems from exposure to the toxic dust prevalent in the aftermath of the attacks. Now that’s walking with a purpose. Send your comments to

Division II Rookies Capt Sam’s Back Road Inn SWAT

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Division III Knight Life Xtreme Coors Light

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The Bud Light Defense was stellar, turning three double plays and shutting out team SWAT until the home half of the seventh inning.

St. Mary’s County Women’s Softball Standings Bud Light 11-1 Just Us 10-1 Raley’s Furniture 8-2 Chesapeake Custom Embroidery 9-3

performed super-human feats on the basketball court. Yet in death he proved as fragile, as human, as any of us. The same heart that carried him tirelessly through so many epic on-court battles was the same heart that gave out under the strain of excessive cocaine use. It wasn’t cumulative; there was no gradual disintegration. It took but one bad decision. One bad decision and in a blink a shooting star faded to black. That is Len Bias’ legacy, his lesson. The young are naturally carefree, even reckless at times. There are moments in a young person’s life when they are confronted with circumstances that offer very divergent paths. Perhaps it’s a high school or college party, where peers are experimenting, as young folks often do, with sex, alcohol or drugs. Maybe it’s a decision to drive or rely on a sober friend to get home after a few at the local bar. These are moments when Len Bias’ memory can speak to us. In these moments, he has never been far from my mind. Len Bias taught me it takes only one lapse in judgment and any of us, even those that seem immortal to impressionable young eyes, can leave behind loved ones pondering that same question Maryland basketball fans have been asking for 22 years:

managed just six hits through the first six innings of the game before scoring two runs on four hits in the bottom of the seventh inning to avoid the shut out. Aside from the offense clicking, the Bud Light defense turned three double plays that prevented SWAT from getting any momentum going when they did have runners on base.

A Bud Light player makes a throw in Monday’s night women’s softball game at the Brass Rail.

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early. Recalling the death of Len Bias means different things to different people. For the non-sports fan it was at least a terrible waste, the loss of a young life with so much promise left unrealized. For me, it was the loss of my childhood sports hero. I was that 13-year-old boy whose little sister woke him on that fateful June morning 22 years ago. Never again would I, or likely any my peers, view sports through a child’s innocent eyes again. Suddenly it was a world of big business, big money and endless temptation. In death Bias left us with a lesson that couldn’t have been taught as well in life. Believe what you will about Bias’ drug use. The naysayers will allege a young man losing control, succumbing to a temptation accompanying his sudden fortune and fame. I’ve heard enough from reliable sources to believe his cocaine use was a rare, if not an isolated incident, an example of a young man who suddenly had it all, believed himself invincible, got caught up in the moment and made a tragic mistake. The death of Len Bias taught me all I needed to know about drug use and cocaine. For the young today, for who Bias is but a myth, heed his warning. Here was a man of unrivaled strength and athleticism who

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Red Cross Disaster Services Recruiting Volunteers to Operate Local Disaster Relief Call Center The American Red Cross is the only non-governmental organization mandated by the U.S. Congress to “alleviate human suffering” of victims of disasters such as fires, floods, hurricanes, and technological and transportation crises. To continue its humanitarian mission for support of over 20 ongoing disasters inn the United States, Southern Maryland Chapter has activated its Disaster Relief Call Center in La Plata. We are recruiting people who want to make a difference as a volunteer and help people directly in the affected disaster areas without having to go to that location. With today’s technology we can effectively complete the Red Cross mission anywhere in the US without leaving Southern Maryland,” said Mike Zabko, CEO of the Southern Maryland Chapter. “Volunteer recruitment is an ongoing effort. It is essential that we have trained responders. During a disaster is not the right time to find out we are not prepared!” Zabko continued. This ten-station center is one of only 28 call centers in the nation. All calls will come in from the American Red Cross hotline, 1-866-GETINFO, and a call agent (Red Cross Volunteers) will provide information, referrals and relief support to individuals and Red Cross units affected by disaster. “We’re proud to have the opportunity to directly serve those affected by a disaster in another part of the country,” said Mike Zabko, CEO of the chapter. “We may get calls from hurricane-damaged areas in Florida or from fire ravaged California and many other disasters across the United States.” This call center, which is a part of the 1-800-REDCROSS Network, provides volunteers living locally with

Progressive Farmer Farm And Family Safety Day

3500 that the Cooperative retired from its fleet of vehicles.

Learn how to play it safe. The Progressive Farmer Magazine “Farm and Family Safety Day” will be held at the St. Mary’s County Fairgrounds July 11, 8:30 a.m. till 3 p.m. The event is in its 12th year of teaching rural safety awareness to the children of southern Maryland. This years event will feature basic first aid/summer health; farm equipment and tractor safety, ATV safety, water safety, firearms safety and hidden home hazards. This national program is supported locally by the Farm Bureau, St. Mary’s County Fair Association, St. Mary’s Hospital/Health Connections, St. Mary’s County Health Department, St. Mary’s Agriculture Seafood Commission, and Maryland Cooperative Extension - St. Mary’s County. Progressive Farmer magazine supplies a free tee shirt for each child and conducts annual training workshops for event directors. The camp has traditionally been for youth aged 6 through 13, but this year health screenings in the Health Connections van will be available to adults also. Please call 301-4754484 to register or volunteer to help. On-line registration is available at SaintMarys. Parents are encouraged to register their children early. The

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Zabko is pictured at right. At left is Kenneth Capps, SMECO’s Vice President for Engineering and Operations and Chief Operating Officer.

SMECO Truck to Aid Local Red Cross Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) recently donated a service truck to the Southern Maryland Chapter of the American

Red Cross to help the organization improve its ability to respond to disasters. The relief organization received a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado

the opportunity to assist disaster victims over the telephone. “This is especially good for those who want to help with a national disaster, but for what ever reason cannot deploy for a three-week assignment,” added Zabko. Training is ongoing and provided free of charge. One only needs skills in using the telephone; light typing, basic computer operation, and some compassion to fit well in this volunteer opportunity. Call any of our local offices in Southern Maryland for more information or to volunteer to make a difference. 888 276 2767 Everyday, 24 hours a day, the American Red Cross of Southern Maryland provides relief for local people whose homes were affected by fires and natural disaster. Disaster Action Teams, consisting volunteers,

Assistant Sheriff John D. Horne Completes Executive Development Institute’s Leadership Challenge Program

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Verizon Expands High-Speed Internet Access to Nearly 1,000 Additional Residents in St. Mary’s County Consumers Can Bundle Services, Save Money More Maryland consumers and businesses in St. Mary’s County now have access to Verizon High Speed Internet, allowing these customers to quickly download movies, share photos or video with friends and family, and create their own Internet content. With the recent installation of new equipment, Verizon now is offering High Speed Internet service, based on broadband DSL technology, to approximately 1,000 additional consumers and small businesses near First Colony Boulevard, Pegg Road and Airport Road in Lexington Park. “Today’s online world is increasingly interactive, and our customers want to both receive and send data quickly,” said William R. Roberts, Verizon’s regional president for Maryland and Washington, D.C. “Faster upstream speed really can make a difference for telecommuters and business customers who e-mail large files or attachments and for the at-home online gamer. See Verizon Expansion page B-

Assistant Sheriff John D. Horne & Sheriff Timothy K. Cameron

Maryland law enforcement and public executives face many of the same issues and problems as their counterparts in the private sectors -- recruitment and retention of quality employees, liability, doing more with fewer resources, decision making in a rapidly changing environment, the impact of technology, interaction with elected officials, and media. The Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission recognize those challenges

and offers training to Law Enforcement Commanders to help meet and overcome those issues. One such program is the Leadership Challenge Program, which provides public safety executives the opportunity to interact with prominent authorities in diverse fields, such as business and industry, health, education, human services, technology, and others. This program See Horne page B-

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COSMIC Symphony, is recruiting musicians for the 2008-2009 Season COSMIC Symphony begins its 13th season, under the direction of world renowned conductor, Vladimir Lande, with performances on October 25th & 26th, followed by two Dec. 7th performances of Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” with Donetsk Ballet of the Ukraine, the Family Concerts February 28th & March 1st and the Season Finale concerts on May 16th and 17th. Performances are on Saturdays in St. Mary’s County at 7 p.m. and Sundays in Calvert County at 4 p.m. Anyone interested in joining the symphony is welcome to audition. COSMIC Symphony is currently in need of clarinet, violin, viola, string bass, and trombone instrumentalists. Auditions will be held in early August at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center, Airport Road, Hollywood, MD. Please contact Laura at (301) 994-0221 or via email: cosmic_ soon to reserve an audition time. Be prepared to play an excerpt from a familiar slow and a fast work (string players may play a selection from Suzuki Level 4, or above, method) and to sight-read an excerpt from an orchestral piece. Information is also available

Safety Day Continued from page B- advance registration fee for attending the one-day event is $5 per child ($7 after July 9) or $10 per family ($15 after July 9). Walk-in’s welcome but must be accompanied by

SMECO Donation Continued from page B- “The Southern Maryland Chapter is deeply appreciative of the donation of the SMECO vehicle. As we are a non-governmental organization, we rely on community partners like SMECO to help us provide Red Cross services to our community,” said Mike Zabko, chief executive officer of the Red Cross chapter. “This vehicle will allow us to move our trailers and

Red Cross Continued from page B- are on-call around the clock, 365 days a year. Once on-site, members of the team survey and assess the damage, and provide for the immediate needs of people displaced

other community agencies or human service organizations to continue the recovery process. Your local Red Cross answers the call for help through the generosity and support of the citizens of Southern Maryland. Contact the chapter if you can help.

Mechanicsville E.S. Student Council And Benjamin Banneker E.S. Recognized With The Sherry Unger Award called “Operation Red Carpet.” The students worked with the Patuxent River Naval Base to develop posters and patriotic gift bags to recognize and welcome home local naval personnel who completed their oversea tour in Iraq, Afghanistan, or Cuba. Benjamin Banneker Elementary School developed a partnership with the Habitat for Humanity to assist the non-profit organization with purchasing supplies. To accomplish this task, the students implemented a can recycling program, and increased awareness about ways to improve the environment. This student initiative collected over 622 pounds of cans and increased student civic engagement.

2008-2009 Substitute Teacher Training Class Schedule The schedule below reflects the 2008-2009 Substitute Teacher Training Class Schedule for St. Mary’s County Public Schools. Each Substitute Teacher Training Class will consist of a two-day course. A Proficiency Screening Examination is a mandatory requirement prior to registration. Please call 301-475-5511, ext. 189, to schedule a Proficiency Screening Examination to complete your requirement for registration for the Substitute Teacher Training Class. REGISTRATION Mon. 10/06/08 Mon. 11/10/08 Mon. 12/08/08 Mon. 01/05/09 Mon. 02/09/09 Mon. 03/16/09 Mon. 04/20/09 Mon. 05/18/09

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Swan Point Yacht and Country Club, 11550 Swan Point Blvd, Swan Point. The Golf Classic is an annual event hosted by the College of Southern Maryland Foundation to raise funds for student scholarships and programs.

Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. and shotgun start follows at 9 a.m. Aug. 21. The registration fee includes golf, lunch, dinner and a gift. For sponsorship information and/or registration forms, call 301-934-7647 or 301-870-2309, Ext. 7647

for Charles County; 240-7255499, Ext. 7647 for St. Mary’s County; 443-550-6199, Ext. 7647 for Calvert County or visit

Safety Day Friday July 11 learn how to have a safe summer vacation. For children aged 6 - 13 Advance registration $5 per child ($7 after July 9), $10 per family ($15 after July 9) Call Cooperative Extension to register 301 475 4488 or on-line http://extension.umd. edu/local/SaintMarys

other assets directly to the disaster locations in Southern Maryland when and if the need arises. We continue to need other organizations to emulate the partnership we have with SMECO.” Each year, SMECO employees donate their personal time to benefit a charity in the Cooperative’s service area. During the yearlong effort, SMECO employees participate in activities to raise funds for the charity. The Southern Maryland Chapter of the American Red Cross is the Cooperative’s charity for 2008.

by the fire or disaster. These emergency needs may include food, clothing, and temporary housing. If follow-up beyond the services provided at the scene is required, victims are assigned a caseworker, also volunteers--to determine additional disaster caused needs and to assist with referrals to

On June 18, 2008, the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) awarded both Mechanicsville Elementary School Student Council and Benjamin Banneker Elementary School the Sherry Unger Award. This accomplishment recognizes projects that exemplify the best practices of service learning by addressing a community need, developing student leadership, and establishing community partnerships. In addition to receiving recognition for their outstanding service to the community, each school’s project will be featured on the MSDE service-learning webpage and they will receive $300 to use for future service-learning projects. The Mechanicsville Elementary School Student Council project was

CSM’s 17th Annual Foundation Golf Classic

on our website, COSMIC Symphony players include a mix of professions such as teachers, computer programmers, military personnel, carpenters, dental hygienists, librarians, engineers, doctors, stay-at-home moms, retirees, and gifted young students. Membership with COSMIC Symphony is open to all who enjoy performing classical music and is subject to approval by the Music Director and payment of yearly membership fee. Rehearsals are held every Tuesday from 6:30 - 9:00 pm at the Southern Maryland Higher Education Center, located on Airport Road in Hollywood, Maryland and begin in August, extending through mid-May. COSMIC Symphony, under the direction of Vladimir Lande, performs concerts in St. Mary’s and Calvert Counties. Highlights of this year’s season include Rossin’s “La Gazza Ladra Overture”, Dvorak’s “Symphony No 9 in E Minor”, Manuel de Falla’s “Three-Cornered Hat”, Milhaud’s “La Création du Monde” (“The Creation of the World”), and Bernstein’s “West Side Story.”

a parent to sign consent form. A hot dog/ peanut butter and jelly lunch is provided. Lunch is always supplemented with generous servings of fresh melons, corn and peaches. Submitted by Ann Richards (301) 475-8434 jrichards@ for County Calendar: Farm and Family

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Primary Residential Mortgage proved they have putter power when the team won first place for the second consecutive year at the CSM Foundation’s Annual Golf Classic. Team members are from left Eric Grainger, Warren Teets, Dave Ashton and Kirk Smith. This year’s tournament will be Aug. 21 at Swan Point Yacht and Country Club. Sponsorship opportunities and space for foursomes are still available. For information about sponsorship opportunities or registration forms call 301-870-2309, 240-725-5499, 443-550-6199, Ext. 7647 or visit www.csmd. edu/foundation/index.html

Park Hall E.S. New Principal to Host Ice Cream Social Park Hall Elementary School’s new principal, Ms. Kathy Norton, invites students, families, and staff members of Park Hall Elementary to an Ice Cream Social on Wednesday, July 16, 2008, 6-8 p.m., in the school’s cafeteria. This is an opportunity to meet Ms. Norton,



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Verizon Expansion Continued from page B- These changes are another way Verizon is creating a superior value in home and small-business broadband. “So, if you want High Speed Internet service, now’s the time to check with us on current availability,” Roberts added. Qualified Verizon phone customers who order Verizon High Speed Internet service online with a connection speed of up to 768 Kbps (kilobits per second)* with a one-year commitment will get the first month of service free then pay $12.99 for the next six months and $17.99 for the remainder of the year. The same one-year commitment applies to Verizon’s up to 3 Mbps (megabits per second) service, which is available online for $29.99 a month with the first month free. In addition to deploying broadband technology, Verizon last year introduced several packages that enable customers to bundle a Verizon Freedom calling plan with unlimited calling, all-digital DIRECTV in-home video service, Verizon High Speed Internet service where available, and Verizon Wireless service. This provides additional savings – all on one bill from

Horne Continued from page B- enables participants to analyze critical issues beyond law enforcement and corrections, to forecast their impact, and to influence their communities as well as their agencies. On June 10, 2008 Assistant Sheriff, John David Horne, completed the Executive Development Institute Leadership Challenge Pro-

gram. Leadership Challenge Program participants met once a month, eight hours, for ten months. Participants are divided into work group. Each work group is given a “challenge” to research and present a topic. The topic must address a public service area or concern in Maryland and provide a collective benefit in combating executive and management related issues. Every month a different work group presented a topic during

a name customers trust. With Verizon Double Freedom, customers can choose Verizon’s most popular unlimited calling plan, known as Verizon Freedom Essentials, and combine it with either Verizon High Speed Internet service up to 3 Mbps or with a Verizon Wireless calling plan with 450 anytime minutes, Unlimited Night and Weekend Minutes and Unlimited IN Calling, with free calling between wireless phones and a customer’s home landline billed through Verizon on a single bill. Each two-service combination is priced from $64.99 to $79.99 a month, depending on the combination of services purchased. Verizon Triple Freedom links a combination of the Freedom Essentials calling plan and Verizon High Speed Internet (up to 3 Mbps) with either DIRECTV service for only $99.99 or Verizon Wireless for $104.99 a month. And, for $139.99 a month, a customer can order Verizon Ultimate Freedom. It consists of Freedom Essentials, Verizon High Speed Internet service up to 3 Mbps, DIRECTV and a Verizon Wireless calling plan with 450 anytime minutes, Unlimited Night and Weekend Minutes and Unlimited IN Calling, with free calling between wireless phones and a customer’s home landline – also billed through Verizon on a single bill.

the training session. The topics included Emergency Preparedness, Transportation, Elderly, Media, Maryland Government, Maritime Industry, Human Services, Securing Critical Infrastructures and Economic Development. The training sessions were held at various locations throughout the State of Maryland. John Horne was appointed to the position of Assistant Sheriff, December 5, 2006 after the election of Timothy K.

LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENTS DVD loan period changed to seven days As a result of customer requests, the loan period of children’s and adult entertainment DVDs has been changed from three days to seven days, effective immediately. DVDXpress will continue to check out for three days and non-fiction DVDs for 21 days.

Kids can become superheroes Children, ages 7-11, will make Kryptonite, create comic superheroes and solve the Riddler’s riddles at the free superheroes programs scheduled today at 10 a.m. at Charlotte Hall and at 2 p.m. at Leonardtown. Lexington Park’s program will be July 23 at 2 p.m. Registration is requested.

TAG offers teen movie nights The Leonardtown TAG (Teen Advisory Group) invites teens, ages 12-18, to a showing of the Indiana Jones trilogy. Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark will be shown on July 10 at 5:30 p.m. following a brief TAG meeting. The other two movies will be shown on July 24 and August 7. Charlotte Hall’s TAG meeting will be July 10 at 5 p.m.

Special program highlights Maryland animals St. Clements Island Museum staff will present Maryland Animals Great & Small on July 16 at each branch. Children, ages five and up, can register to attend at 10 a.m. at Charlotte Hall, at 12:30 p.m. at Leonardtown or 3 p.m. at Lexington Park. The program is free, but space is limited.

Professional Performance Series will feature Terry Marsh Not too late to join reading Terry Marsh will present a fast-paced in- clubs teractive show of original songs, stories and skits on July 14 at the Ickity Bickity Boo Show, the next Professional Performance. Charlotte Hall’s program will be at White Marsh Elementary at 10 a.m.; Leonardtown’s will be at Leonard Hall Drill Center at 12:30 p.m.; and Lexington Park’s will be at the library at 3 p.m. These free programs are made possible by a grant from St. Mary’s County Arts Council and matching funds from GFWC Women’s Club of St. Mary’s County.

Libraries host family Wii play game nights Families and gamers of all ages can play Guitar Hero and DDR on the library’s Wii at the free family game nights being offered this summer. Charlotte Hall will host one on July 14 from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Lexington Park on July 30 and Leonardtown on July 31. Registration is requested.

Traffic stop nets weapons, suspected marijuana On July 3, 2008 at approximately 6:24 pm Senior Deputy First Class Clay Safford stopped a 1994 Dodge van for a traffic violation. The occupants of the van made several suspicious movements. These suspicious movements caused Safford concern for his safety. Safford contacted the driver, Jacob Andrew Zitnick, 22, of California and asked him to step from the vehicle. Once outside the vehicle, Safford asked Zitnick if he had any weapons in the vehicle. Zitnick responded yes there was an axe blade between the front two seats. Additional deputies

It’s not too late for children, birth through teens, to sign up for the summer reading program. Children register, read, and log their reading times to earn prizes. Read-to Me Club is for babies, birth to age two. Catch the Reading Bug is for preschoolers to 5th grade. Metamorphosis is for sixth graders and up.

Leonardtown’s Book Discussion Group to celebrate 10th anniversary The book discussion group at Leonardtown Library will be celebrating its 10th year anniversary on July 17 at 7 p.m. Dr. Robin Bates, English Professor at St. Mary’s College will lead the discussion of Cormac McCarthy’s book, No Country for Old Men. Geraldine Brooks’ book, Year of Wonder, will be discussed at Lexington Park on July 14 at 6 p.m. Sara Gruen’s book, Water for Elephants, will be discussed at Charlotte Hall on August 4 at 7 p.m.

arrived on the scene and the occupant, Casey WoodrowConley Allan, 22, of Tall Timbers was asked to step from the vehicle. Once Zitnick and Allan were out of the vehicle Safford searched between the seats to retrieve the axe blade. While retrieving the axe blade Safford discovered between the seats a bag of suspected marijuana and two controlled dangerous substance smoking devices. Both Zitnick and Allan were arrested. Further search of the vehicle revealed a Ruger .22 caliber automatic pistol, a .357 magnum revolver, a Winchester 12 gauge shotgun, a box of .303 rifle cartridges, .22 caliber handgun round and .38 handgun shell casings. Zitnick and Allan were charged with two

counts of transporting a handgun in a vehicle, possession of marijuana and possession of controlled dangerous substance paraphernalia.

Police nab burglary suspect after fleeing On July 4, 2008 Deputy Scott Ruest responded to a residence on Valley Court for a check welfare call. Deputy Ruest contacted the victim and was told Wayne Aloyious Jordan, Jr.,18, of Lexington Park broke into and entered her residence by kicking the door. The victim stated the defendant believed he was owed money and came to the residence to collect the money. When he was refused en-

Cameron to the office of Sheriff for St. Mary’s County. Assistant Sheriff Horne began his career with the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office, in December of 1985 after an honorable discharge from the United States Navy. During his time with the agency he has served in every division within the Sheriff’s Office, Patrol, Investigations, Special Operations as both a working member and as a Division Commander, with the only exception being the Corrections Division. Assistant Sheriff Horne has further been a member and spent several years as part of the different specialty groups within the agency, Dive Team, Emergency Services Team, Color Guard and Polygraph Examiner as both an operator and Team Leader. Assistant Sheriff Horne is a Graduate of LaSalle University and received a B.S. in Criminal Justice Management April 2000. Assistant Sheriff Horne is a graduate of the 206th Session of the FBI’s National Academy and is a member of the FBI’s National Academy Associates, the American Polygraph Association, Maryland Polygraph Association and the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #7.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

River Concert Series

Susan Narucki

Simply beautiful melodies will enchant concertgoers for the July 18 River Concert Series at St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM). The Chesapeake Orchestra, under the musical direction of Jeffrey Silberschlag, will perform Franz Waxman’s “Anne of the Indes”; Aaron Kernis’ “Simple Songs,” featuring Grammy Award-winning soprano Susan Narucki; H. Berlioz’s “Les nuits d’été”; and Brahms’ Symphony No. 3. Details about the concert are on the River Concert Series Web site at www. or call 240-895-2024. The free outdoor concerts overlook the St. Mary’s River and begin at 7 p.m., with grounds opening at 5 p.m.

River Concert Series On Location In Leonardtown Join us in historic downtown Leonardtown for free Saturday evening concerts! The first concert, on July 12th, features the Francis Bridge Jazz Quartet, and the following Saturday, July 19th, features the River Concert Series Brass Quintet. Both concerts begin at 7:00 p.m. on the Leonardtown Square. Invite your friends, and order dinner from one of Leonardtown’s fine restaurants. Bring a chair or blanket, and sit back and relax during these summer nights! For more information, call 301 475-9791

Greenwell Sanford Concert Series Canteen Presents Swingtime Songs Opens, Seeks The final concert in this high school students brought Sanford Concert Series together through a common Volunteers year’s will be an evening of lively desire to perform purely for Beginning in July, the Greenwell Canteen will be open on Saturdays and Sundaysfrom 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Greenwell State Park. Park visitors may purchase drinks, snacks, sunscreen, bug spray, artificial bait, hats, and bandanas. The Greenwell Canteen needs volunteers to help operate the canteen. For more information about volunteer opportunities, or about the canteen in general, please call 301-373-9775 or email info@

trance into the residence, Jordan allegedly broke into and entered the residence damaging the front door frame. Jordan fled the residence prior to the arrival of deputies and was located a short time later, arrested and charged with 3rd degree burglary and destruction of property.

Suspect in hitand-run accident arrested On July 6, 2008 Deputy Scott Ruest was investigating a hit and run accident, with a red sedan being the suspect vehicle. A witness placed the red sedan at a residence near where the accident occurred.

Swingtime singing presented by Women of Note. This show will be held on Saturday, July 26 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church. Entitled “Sounds of The Big Band Era”; the concert features an exciting group of women from the southern Maryland area, who join their voices together to present an entertaining evening of songs the late 1930’s to the end of the 1940’s. Women of Note consists of musically talented women who are also corporate professionals, teachers, housewives, and college and

the love of singing. After the concert there will be an ice cream social reception, which will be held in the St. Andrew’s Parish Hall. Ticket donations for this event are $5 per person. Seating for the Concert Series is limited. For information regarding seating availability, please contact Lyn Schramm at 301-862-9541. For detailed directions to the church or for information regarding next year’s season, please visit The Sanford Concert Series web page at

Ruest responded to the residence where the suspect vehicle, a red 1992 Toyota Corolla, 4 door sedan, was located and spoke with the owner of the vehicle, Stanley Paul Drummond, 43 of California. The Toyota Corolla had damage consistent with the damage involved in the hit and run accident. Drummond denied driving the vehicle and denied being involved in an accident. Further investigation and witness statements placed Drummond driving the vehicle in the area and time of the accident. A motor vehicle check revealed there was no current registration for the Toyota Corolla and Drummond did not have a current valid license to operate a motor vehicle in Maryland. Drummond was

arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license, driving a motor vehicle without current registration and leaving the scene of a property damage accident. Once at the detention center Drummond insisted on reporting the 1992 Toyota Corolla stolen, claiming someone stole his vehicle and wrecked it. Ruest explained to Drummond the evidence indicated he was the operator of the vehicle and was the one involved in the hit and run accident. Drummond continued to insist his vehicle was stolen and he wanted to report it stolen. With no evidence Drummond’s 1992 Toyota was stolen, police asserted, he was charged with making a false report of a crime.

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Great 2 BR / 2.5 BA Townhouse: 2 master bedrooms with 2 full baths & large walk-in closets on upper level. Lower level has sunken living room with Pergo flooring, bonus room (office), dinette area, eat-in kitchen & half-bath. House has been freshly painted and new carpet has been installed throughout. Washer and dryer convey. Other amenities include brand new self-cleaning range, exterior storage room (attached to house), large deck, fenced in yard, separate storage shed, nicely landscaped, backs to woods. Two assigned parking spaces out front. Located in nice, quiet neighborhood. Conveniently located between Lex. Park and Leonardtown. Shown by appointment only. Call 240-2983737 for further information. Price: $199,000.

Beautiful Colonial, 4bedroom, 21/2 baths, 2 car garage w/door opener, granite counters, 42” cabinets,formal Lvrm, Dnrm, hardwood flrs throughout, except bedrooms, lge masterbed large master walkin closet, masterbath with marble floors, soaking tub, sep shower w/dbl shower heads, dbl sinks, middle bath tile floors. Covered front Porch, lge back deck, wooded lot, fenced back yard. Large paved driveway, currently holding trailer, boat and 35’ RV with separte 30 amp plug outside, still room to park. CALL 301-9941966. Price: $425,000.

Beautiful 3 Br, 1 Bath home with complete renovation. New energy efficient Pella windows. Inside new bath, new carpet,,new kitchen cabinets all new appliances with built in microwave, new counter tops. Living room and kitchen have all new laminate flooring and fresh paint through out.The back door opens on to a great screened in porch a super place to relax or for children to play. Large yard with the back fenced in. Also has a large shed/work space with electricity.Home is located in Drum Point area with water access. Price is 190,900 with out buyers agent and 199,900 with buyers agent. Please call Larry Glaubitz 301672-2047 or 301-3734610 for a showing and any further information. Owner will help with closing. Price: $190,900. 3 BD Brick Townhouse $165,000 Near PAX. $2,000 Closing Help! Nice Updated Brick Townhome with Large Fenced yard. Eat in Kitchen, Dining Room, New Carpet, New Paint, Large Master Bedroom with 2 Closets, the 2 Smaller Bedrooms are 8x10 and 11x10, Almost New All Appliances, Full-Size Washer/Dryer, 2 Reserved Parking Spaces. 1 Mile From PAX River Base. If interested, please call 301-904-4764 for more information or to set up a viewing. End Unit Townhouse for sale by owner in Hickory Hills. The townhouse has a large front yard and a large fenced in backyard. It offers 3 bedrooms and an open floor plan. New paint in the whole house and both Bathrooms have been remodeled. New Carpet and vinyl flooring. Also has 1-car garage with automatic opening. New washer and dryer. The community offers an exercise room, pool, large playground, Basketball and Tennis courts, and a large clubhouse that can used for private parties or business functions. If interested, please call Kevin Quinn at 301-9048504 for more information. Price: $209,000.

$2,000 Closing Help! Nice Updated Brick Townhome with Large Fenced yard. Eat in Kitchen, Dining Room, New Carpet, New Paint, Large Master Bedroom with 2 Closets, the 2 Smaller Bedrooms are 8x10 and 11x10, Almost New All Appliances, Full-Size Washer/ Dryer, 2 Reserved Parking Spaces. 1 Mile From PAX River Base. Call 301-904-4764. Beautiful 3-bedroom brick home offers the quiet and seclusion of the county and the convenience of the city. Located within minutes of Pax NAS, your new home has a spacious layout including a large kitchen and dining room, a large utility room and a woodburning fireplace. The property is surrounded by protected woods on two sides. There are two sheds, an attached carport with a blacktop horseshoe driveway. A new $10,000 septic system was installed in late 2006, energy-efficient heating and cooling system. Call 301247-6150 to set up a time to come and take a look. Price: $240,000. Wildewood Condo in Chestnut oak Community, Very nice bottom Floor condo with Berber Carpet, 2 bedrooms 1.5 bath - must see available for investors with a renter there if needed. Rents very well and is in a great community. Close to Patuxent Naval Base and shops - very well maintained. If interested, please call for more info at 240-298-8920. Price: $175,000. Beautiful Wooded Lot with 100’ of waterfront. Gorgeous nature setting with wildlife and hardwoods, mountain laurel. Approved perc. Custom home plans with 4BD/4BA included. Local builder ready to build. Call to see property at 240-298-7303. Building permit. Price: $339,000. Adorable cedar-sided “house in the round”! Nice end-of-street location on cul-de-sac! Fenced yard, wooded lot, plenty of privacy yet right in Breton Bay! Join the Civic Association and access the two community beach/pier locations in the neighborhood! Price: $219,900. Call 301-8622169 for more details.

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Water Access Townhouse in Solomons. Right in the heart of Solomons in park-like setting, walk to shopping and restaurants, enjoy the bay and the river. Fenced back yard, porch off master bedroom, plentiful walk-in closet space. Third level has den or 4th bedroom. Community amenities include picturesque fishing pier, community center with pool and gym, tennis courts, walking trails. No smokers please. Pets allowed with $500 additional security deposit. Call 301-751-5800 or 240412-0058. Price: $1450.

Lovely 2 B/R Duplex, 5 Min to PAX RIV NAS or SMC. Spacious LR, Kit w / Dining area, Full Bath, Deck, W/W Carpeting, A/C, Ceiling Fans, Wi-Fi and Premium Satelite TV included. 1 YR Lease, Sec Dep, Credit/Ref Check. No Pets, Smokers, Students or Section 8. Call John @ 301-8636568. Price: $790.

About 5 minutes to Pax River Gate 2, this beautiful family home is wellmaintained and in a quiet, family-oriented neighboorhood. The home features a large open kitchen, dining room, and living room with vaulted ceiling, a one car garage with plenty of driveway parking, and a big deck and spacious fenced yard behind. Washer and dryer in the house, and built-in bookcases in one bedroom. Room-to-room audio, whole house humidifier and other extras make this worth checking out! Most pets allowed on a case-by-case basis, with $200 refundable pet deposit. $1480/mo rent with 1-yr lease and $950 security deposit. Credit check required. Reasonable landlords. Please – no smokers. Available August 1. Call 301.645.8509. 3 bedroom Cape Cod on 1 1/2 acre lot. Quiet secluded wooded area,CAC,oil heat,Large deck, enclosed front porch, DR, LR,l bath, Lg eat-in kitchen,laundry -mud room, hardwood floors,carport, storage bldg. No Sec. 8, Pets case by case -Clean as a whistle. If interested, please call Josephine Spalding at 301-884-3828 for more information. This 5 (or 6) bedroom home sits just off Spring Valley Drive in Lexington Park. We have decided to keep the rent low in order to attract quality tenants. The house will be newly painted and cleaned upon move in. The home has ample off street parking. Pets are negotiable. Price: $1450. If interested, call 240-893-9640. For Rent. Wildewood Condo. Available now. Beautiful updated 2 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath condo in the SugarMaple section of Wildewood. Located on the 1st floor with walkout access to the woods. Updated cabinets. New carpet less than 1-year old. New appliances within 3 years. Full size stackable washer and dryer. The kitchen has an open floor plan. Lots of closet space. Master bedroom features a large walk-in closet. Water, sewer, and trash are included in rent. Tenant is responsible only for electricity, phone, and cable. Minutes away (by foot) from Wildewood Shopping Center shopping. 10 minutes away (by car) from Patuxent River Naval Air Station. No pets. Credit report and references required. One year lease with security deposit. Call Tim Twigg at (301) 904-2757. $1,040.

3 bdrm, 2 bth, rambler w/carport. No pets, no section 8, 1 year lease, $1,400 month, credit check, security deposit. Available August 1st. Located on Hill’s Lane beside Mechanicsville Moose Lodge. Call Tim at 301-481-6206. Townhouse outside Gate 3 of PAX NAS. Hardwood floor in kitchen. New flooring in the Living Room / Dining Room. Huge Master bedroom with walk-in closet. Contact neo@md.metrocast. net. Price: $1200. Lovely two story home in family oriented neighborhood. Huge fenced yard with both front and back decks for entertaining. Clean, new appliances and ready to move in August 1st. Close to: Annapolis, AFB, PAX, 495 beltway. Don’t let this one get away! For information contact - or Kate @ 804-543-3536. Price: $1650.

APARTMENT RENTALS Nice, cozy room for rent in our beautiful home in Lexington Park! Just 5 minutes from the Military base (Gates 2 & 3) and stores. Brand new home in the Southwoods subdivision. Full house privileges, wireless internet, cable & all utilities included. We are reliable, trustworthy & down to earth people and wish to find the same! Must love animals. (dogs and cats). If you are interested, have more questions and/or would like to see the house, call 301-862-0001 / 443-624-7462 or send an email. Room can be furnished if needed. RENT $750.00(furnished) or $700.00(unfurnished) a month. 1-2 rooms available in a SFH in the Wildewood community. Either rent one room or both and use the spacious 2nd room as a quiet living room. Full house privledges and utiities included (elec/ H 2O/w i r ele s s / D i r e c t TV). Located 10 minutes from NAS Pax River. Ideal for DC commuter or military Geo-Bachelor. Military disacount available. Home sits at the end of a secluded cul-de-sac. Please call Eric at 401965-7718 if interested. Price: $750 - $1200. Apartment. Quite neighborhood, semi furnished, electric, cable included. 10 min to PAX River. Non smoker, no pets, single person. Price: $750. 301-994-0340. Apartment available to share with single man in California MD. If interested, call Austin 301247-0675. Price: $500.



Raymond World Inc. Seeking Individual to work as Secretary / Bookkeeping Accountant/Clerk & Sales Representative. Qualifications: Verbal/Written Communication Skills, Extremely Organized, Legal Background Helpful. Interested candidate should contact

Drafter wanted for established Home Builder in St. Mary’s County. Must have at least 2 years CURRENT AutoCAD experience and some knowledge of new home construction. Experience in AutoCAD Architecture 2008 preferred, but not required. Benefits package included. Interested candidates should e-mail Resumes To: tcbldrs@ or Fax resume to: 301-274-3477.

Sales Associate needed for a Car Rental Office in Lexington park.We are seeking the right candidate to fill a position working 35 to 40 hours a week.Flexable schedule needed and some weekends required.Candidates needs to be experienced in sales and have strong customer service skills. If you are the mature,rel iable,professioal,positive person to fill this position please contact me @ 301-863-7373 and ask for Sandra or email me your resume @ sgstone1972@ Rod N Reel is looking to fill the full time position of Assistant Restaurant Manager immediately. We offer health benefits as well as a 401K retirement plan. Wage and Salary depend upon experience. Feel free to visit our website- cbresortspa. com or call 410-257-2735 ext. 103. We are an EOCC Employer. Chesapeake Beach Resort is looking to fill the full time position of Sales Coordinator immediately. We offer health benefits as well as a 401K retirement plan. Wage and Salary depend upon experience. Feel free to visit our website- cbresortspa. com or call 410-257-2735 ext. 103. We are an EOCC Employer. Education facility in Hollywood, Maryland, seeks a full time Bus Driver/ Utility Worker. Applicant must be able to work Tuesday-Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Saturday 3:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Additional requirements include excellent driving record, current CDL with a passenger endorsement, extensive knowledge of driving directions for Washington, D.C. and surrounding areas including DCA, IAD and BWI, mechanical knowledge sufficient for basic maintenance on motor coach buses and other motor pool vehicles, outstanding interpersonal skills and ability to work professionally and courteously with diverse passenger groups, ability to perform additional facility and grounds maintenance duties as assigned. Successful candidate must satisfactorily complete training and maintain CPR/AED credentials. Eligible applicants must submit to a background check. Mail resume to: Mike Dale, 24494 Placid Harbor Way, Hollywood, Maryland 20636. EEO. Tidewater Veterinary Hospital has several openings for part-time receptions for our day and evening shifts. Please email your resume or you can drop your resume off between the hours of 9am to 7pm, Monday thru Friday. bkarenk@

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.

We are looking for a part time Spa Coordinator 1015 hours per week with availability some Saturdays and Sundays. Aria Spa is a holistic Day spa located in Northern Calvert County, dedicated to the highest standards of service. Your welcoming demeanor, outgoing personality, and positive energy are key elements in maintaining our hospitable atmosphere. If you are a consumate multitasker, well organized, and a neat freak than you may have exactly what we need. This job requires a flexible attitude and good communication skills. Our coordinators book appointments, input info into the computer, clean daily, and spend a great deal of time speaking with clients over the phone or in person. If you are interested in joining our terrific team, please call 410.286.3030 for more information and to schedule an interview. I am currently looking for a young carpet apprentice. Some prior experience is preferred, but I am willing to train the right person. The work will be about 90% residential. I will give you a week trial to determine your pay based on work ethic and experience. I am looking for someone who plans on making a living in this field and not just around for the summer. Driver’s license is necessary as well as transportation to our warehouse in Waldorf. If interested, please call 240-538-4605 for more information. Tire Changer needed for Goodyear Dealer. Minimum of one year experience required. Salary based on experience. Paid holidays, vacation, health and dental insurance offered. To apply, please call Gary at 301-863-5800 if interested. Automotive Service Writer needed for Goodyear Dealer. Experience in automotive service sales and tire knowledge required. Base salary plus commissions. Salary based on experience. Paid holidays, vacation, health and dental insurance offered. To apply, resumes may be faxed to 240725-0793 or e-mailed to jcheseldine@

VEHICLES 1993 Jayco Pop Up for sale. Sleeps 5 comfortable. Has a queen bed and a full size bed, and the table fold down into a bed. Has a stove, sink, and heat that all work great. Comes with a fridge. This is a nice camper and I have really enjoyed it, but we needed something bigger foe my extending family. If you are interested please call my husband at 301-672-5520 or e-mail me at teresa.ryce.ctr@ $1,000 OBO. I am selling a running, stock 2002 Honda 400EX (Yellow). No motor mods. Everything is stock except for the PRM “Baja” style front bumper, PRM skid plate, Supertrapp slip-on exhaust and K&N air filter. It is in used condition of course (scratches on plastic and some surface rust) but the motor still runs very strong. The only thing it needs is new brakes. I am the original owner of this quad and have the title. I can tell you that it was basically only ridden for about the first year of ownership while I was stationed out in Arizona. Asking $1800.00 cash. Call or email me for pics or questions. I also have a 5’x8’ “tilt” utility trailer that is metal all around and a metal mesh on the bottom. It needs new tires, but for $200.00 more it’s yours. Thanks for looking! E-mail: bearfan71@; Cell #: 240-271-4620. 1996 Ford Mustang V-6. A beautiful, well taken care of piece of American Mustle. It’s a v-6, so it has plenty of get up and go and still gets great gas millage. Has a clean vehicle history report, and has never been in an accident. Just give me a call. 410326-8105. Price: $2400. 1985 Ford F-150 with hydrolic dump bed. Runs ok, could use a little tuning (missing on 1 cyl). Truck is in decent shape. Used to haul mulch and firewood. Granny gear. Has historic tags currently so no need for an inspection. Good work truck. Has 4x4 front end, I do have the transfer case and a spare motor just in case. No longer needed. Price: $1200. 301-863-4873. 1998 Ford Expedition. SUV in fair condition.. Must go. Please contact: Allen Berkeley 301-7511905 or E-mail: $1,000.

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1998 Yamaha Vmax. Great Condition ready to ride vmax for sale. 14k mileage, fresh oil, oil filter, rear shaft oil, coolant flush, new spark plugs, no need for tires great tread front and back. Carbs, cleaned and synced, runs like a top… Stage 7 jet kit, K&N pod filters, Kerker Exhaust System with comp. baffles. Drag Bars with chrome grips. Black gloss paint job. Brand new clutch kit with double springs for better grab. Nothing needed for this bike, just purchase and ride. $5000 obo. 301-904-1532.

Located in St. Mary’s City, off of Route 5, 1 mile south of St. Mary’s College. I currently have openings for 6 wks to 12 yrs. My hours are 6AM - 5PM. My husband is also licensed. We provide lunch and afternoon snack. Located in the Ridge school district. No smoking and no pets. I have large indoor and outdoor play areas. For more information please call Karen at (301) 737-1825.

Like new Yamaha Bruin 250. bought new in 2006 runs excellent looks like new hardly riden. comes with a 2500 pound winch mounted on the front. works great. $1800.00 call Rob at 301-690-2039. Price: $1800. 2007 Honda Goldwing GL1800 AUDIO/NAV/ COMF/ABS - Garage kept, outstanding condition, basically new..... never dropped/wrecked, only slightly scratched on the belly pan where it was leaned over while riding! The paint is beautiful (metallic black)....2007 was the only year it was offered. Selling the bike since I don’t have the time to ride it and I need a pickup truck. Price: $18,300. Call 301-659-5540.

BOATS & MARINA 39’ Fiberglass Charterstyle fishing boat. Cabin and deck replaced in Spring 2006. Powered by a 454 Mercruiser. Features VHF, Garmin FishFinder, CD Player, a head, and plenty or rod holders and storage cabinets. $7000. Contact Mickey at 240-298-6133. 14ft Lowe flat bottom boat with and like new galvinized trialer and a very nice 9.9 Jonson will start up and demo. I have clear title for both boat and trailer. Price: $1500. If itnerested, please contact me at 240-434-8705 for further information.

I have one Infant opening and Toddler openings. I am a credentialed Child care provider and I offer a Preschool program. I offer Breakfast, Lunch, two snacks, juice and milk. I am part of the MSDE nutritional food program. POC accepted. I am CPR, first aid, infant safety and SIDS certified. My hours are 7:00-5:00 M-F. Full/Part time/ before and after available. If you would like a day to your self I take dropins. This is a non smoking home. I have tons of toys, Big play area outside, story time, arts and crafts, and lots of fun and learning. I am located off of Rousby hall rd. and I am in the dowell school district. Please feel free to call with questions or to set up a time to come in for an interview 410-3263686 or

GENERAL MERCHANDISE Queen Comforter, bed skirt, 2 pillow shams, 2 coordinating throw pillows and throw blanket. Floral pattern (purple, lilac, sage green, and beige) Excellent condition $40. 301-863-2737 after 5 p.m. or leave message. I have a new Carrier 3.5 ton 10 seer split system Heat Pump condenser new in the box. The unit has a factory R-22 charge. This is a 208-230 3 phase system which requires a 3 phase power for this to operate. 301-997-0548. $600.

1995 Plymouth Grand voyager, runs great. 301884-5624. $750 OBO.

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