Vol. 72, No. 17
April 24, 2014
HMLA-467 pilots, crew refine skills
Marines explore Reserve options during road show LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS MCAS CHERRY POINT
The flight included multiple practice approaches and landings using the Huey to fine tune the pilots’ maneuverability and trust in their equipment. “The training allows HMLA-467 to re-
Marines from across Cherry Point attended the career transition road show at Miller’s Landing April 15. The road show is designed to help inform first and second term enlisted Marines who will be leaving active duty. “We are here to encourage and inform Marines on the possible Reserve opportunities they have if they plan to leave active duty,” said Maj. Andrew Dausman, the active to Reserve transitions officer-incharge at Headquarters Marine Corps. Throughout the seminar, Dausman explained the different roads a Marine can take when approaching the possibility of a Reserve career. “There are a variety of different programs that you can use,” said Dausman. “There is the Selective Marine Corps Reserves, the Individual Mobilization Augmentee Reserves, Active Reserves and the Individual Ready Reserves.” With a shrinking active duty force, the Marine Corps offers increasingly limited retention opportunities for first and second term Marines. With retention standards rising and available boat spaces shrinking, many Marines consider the Reserves as a viable option, according to Sgt. Gustavo Mejia, a flight equipment technician with Marine Attack Squadron 542. “I came to this (seminar) just to learn a
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Members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 take off in a UH-1Y Venom at Cherry Point April 21. The flight crew conducted visual, and instrument flight rules flying, gaining trust in their equipment.
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Pilots from Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 improved their flying abilities by sharpening their skills with visual and instrument flight rules with the UH-1Y Venom here, April 21.
During VFR, pilots use visual references to guide their aircraft in flight. During IFR, pilots use instruments to navigate and maintain safe attitude, altitude and air speed, which is especially useful during operations at night and during low visibility conditions.
Roosevelt Blvd. under repair LANCE CPL. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA
MCIEast commanding general visits Cherry Point Marines
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Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s Roosevelt Blvd. is undergoing construction until the end of June to repair significant damage to the box culvert and repair the existing running trail. During construction between the end of the runway and Access Road, speed limits will be reduced and the running trail will be completely closed on both sides of Roosevelt Blvd. “The box culvert on Roosevelt has voids and cracks underneath it,” said John Riggle, the quality control project manager with Trader Construction. “Construction started last Monday and we are trying to fill the voids with grout.” Beginning May 3, traffic on Roosevelt Blvd. will be restricted to one lane each weekend from approximately 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. for up to four weekends, except for the weekend of the Cherry Point Air Show. Drivers should be cautious, look for workers and obey posted speed limits during the roadwork. Construction is scheduled to be completed June 29.
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A sign along Cherry Point’s Roosevelt Blvd. warns of the sidewalk closure during construction on Roosevelt Blvd. between the end of the runway and Access Road.
Brig. Gen. Robert F. Castellvi speaks to Marines with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron at Twin Rivers Theater aboard Cherry Point April 16. While the Marines were attending annual junior leadership classes, Castellvi spoke to the Marines about retention, responsibility and accountability. The Marines learned the importance of being an all-around good Marine and the benefits it has on remaining in the Corps. The junior leadership course is a series of classes taught by noncommissioned officers and above to reinvigorate Marines and enforce the reawakening. Castellvi is the Marine Corps Installations East commanding general.
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Cherry Point’s 2014 “Inspiration to Innovation” Air Show needs volunteers for May 16 – 18 years old. Service members and local community members are eligible to sign up, but ages 16 and younger must have a chaperone who is at least 18. The deadline for sign up is May 5, and the point of contact is Ms. A.J. See, in the Operations Directorate located in building 1. To volunteer or for more information, contact See at (252) 466-5147 or at email@example.com. “We would never be able to do this air show without the volunteers,” said Sgt. Maj. Benjamin Pangborn, MCAS Cherry Point sergeant major. For more information on this years air show, visit http://www.cherrypointairshow.com or call (252) 466-4241. Also visit the air show Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/TheAirShow.
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How do NCO’s and other leaders help spread awareness of sexual assault?
Prescription Drug Take-Back Day The Drug Enforcement Administration will host the eighth national Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the station Post Exchange. The purpose of the event is to provide a safe, convenient and environmentally responsible means for individuals to dispose of prescription drugs. In addition to providing residents a controlled and monitored environment to dispose of unused prescriptions and controlled substances, the DEA uses this day to educate individuals on the potential for abuse of medications. For more information on other local drop off location, see www.deadiversion.usdoj.gov/ or see MARADMIN 202/14.
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Cherry Point is hosting events throughout the month to highlight the importance of sexual assault prevention and response. The campaign theme for this year is “Live Our Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault.” On Wednesday, service members and civilian employees participated in “Denim Day” to raise awareness. Cherry Point will host its 1st SAAM 5K Friday. Registration is required to participate in the run. Contact your unit’s UVA for more information or to register. You can also register the morning of the run. The run is open to active duty military only.
Have a passion for wrestling and training Marines to excel? If so, Headquarters Marine Corps is seeking applicants for All-Marine Wrestling assistant coaches. Based on MARADMIN 187/14, applicants must be an active duty staff sergeant or above and possess a USA wrestling bronze level certification or be able to obtain a certificate within the 180 day trial period. In addition to the indicated prerequisite, the applicant must also meet other requirements listed by the MARADMIN. Once the application is complete, Marines stationed at commands with local Marine Corps Community Services Semper Fit facilities must submit their application through their Semper Fit athletic director for endorsement.
The role leaders play in the awareness of sexual assault issues is crucial to the prevention of sexual assaults. We make sure Marines have their annual SAPR training and also make sure that all Marines understand that harassment and assault will not be tolerated. We do this by providing a clear definition of what constitutes harassment or assault and available resources.
Why is sexual assault prevention so important to the Marine Corps and to others? Sexual assault prevention is important because it goes against everything we are as Marines. In order for us to work together effectively, sexual assault and harassment need to be eradicated.
How do you personally feel we can prevent sexual assault?
Corporal Caitlin Carmella is a 22-year-old chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense specialist with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2. She is a Dubois, Pa. native and enlisted in February 2011. These are her thoughts about sexual assault, its effects and why it needs to stop.
I believe we can prevent sexual assault and harassment by stopping it at the beginning. From boot camp on it needs to be made known that it will not be tolerated.
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As a power line mechanic with Marine Attack Squadron 542, it is up to Cpl. Collin G. Coggins to ensure that all equipment is inspected, running properly and ready to go at a moments notice. Coggins maintains AV-8B Harrier engines, tires, fuel systems and water systems. “All the requirements and the responsibilities that come with my job are my favorite part,” said Coggins. “We have daily inspections to ensure the aircraft are ready to fly.” According to Coggins, the most challenging part of his job is working on the aircraft engine. “The maintenance and replacing of the engine is hard,” said Coggins. “The whole aircraft was built around the engine which makes it really hard to get around sometimes.” Coggins earned recognition as the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing noncommissioned officer of the quarter in March for his work ethic, love of responsibility and drive to succeed. “I was really excited and surprised when I found out I had gotten it,” said Coggins. “I was really anxious to find out the results after the board.”
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April 24, 2014
Headquarters squadrons face off in annual field meet
PHOTOS BY LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS
Marines with Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 pull a Medium Tactical Vehicle Replacement, commonly known as a 7-ton, during a field meet against Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron at Cherry Point April 18.
LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT
A step up from last year, Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron won the annual field meet against Marine Wing Headquarters Squadron 2 at Cherry Point April 18. H&HS’s top leadership won the trophy during a tie-breaking relay race between the squadrons’ commanding and executive officers and sergeants major. More than 200 Marines of all ranks from the squadrons participated in 11 separate events, including soccer and volleyball matches, tug-of-war and a 7-ton truck pull. The Cherry Point squadrons started the competition in 2004, and despite multiple deployments in support of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing and II Marine Expeditionary Force, they have kept the tradition alive. “The field meet is for members of the wing units to have a little fun and build camaraderie,” said Master Sgt. John B. Francis, one of the event coordinators for the games. During the games, the Marines depended on one another and worked together to accomplish a common goal. “Both units get to cheer for their Marines and share both the victory and defeat. That’s what builds camaraderie and unit cohesion within the squadrons,” said Francis. In the end, the Marines and Sailors of H&HS edged out the Marines and Sailors of MWHS-2, winning the overall meet, 13-12.
Private First Class Amonte Brown participates in the all ranks relay at Cherry Point April 18. Brown is an administrative specialist with H&HS.
Lance Cpl. Dustin Parsons carries Lance Cpl. Nick Passopulo during a fireman carry relay race at Cherry Point April 18. Parsons and Passopulo are chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense specialists with MWHS-2.
Lieutenant Colonel Charles Basham performs a pushup while competing in the commanding officers relay race at Cherry Point April 18. The relay broke the 12-12 tie, giving H&HS both bragging rights and the champiion’s trophy until next year. The winning score was 13-12. Basham is the commanding officer of H&HS.
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The Marines behind scenes, propelling surge: 8th ESB makes training possible at WTI LANCE CPL. JAMES MARCHETTI MARINE CORPS AIR STATION YUMA
LANCE CPL. JAMES MARCHETTI
Marines with the 8th Engineer Support Battalion, based out of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., participated in an external aerial lift exercise at the Auxiliary 2 landing field aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., April 4. The exercise, an exponent of the Weapons and Tactics Instructors course aboard MCAS Yuma, displayed the capabilities of joint collaboration between the aviation and logistical combat element of the Marine Air-Ground Task Force.
of 8th ESB serve as the wheels driving the operations forward. “Those Marines that are out there, a hundred or so miles away from Yuma, are providing a capability to MAWTS in order for them to conduct WTI and the period of instruction,” explained Capt. Scott Graneiro, the officer-in-charge of the 8th ESB detachment here for WTI. “Without them out there providing that capability, WTI wouldn’t be able to happen. They wouldn’t be able to get that realistic training that the ground units are providing. And with that, those Marines require life support. What we do is provide that life support for them.” Operating out of Cannon Air Defense Complex, a training area aboard MCAS Yuma, 8th ESB’s assets vary anywhere from food services to landing support specialists. These assets were formed into a detachment of Marines to demonstrate the capabilities of the 2nd Marine Logistics Group (MLG), the commanding unit of 8th ESB and headquartered out of Camp Lejeune. Straying away from its typical mission of providing specific engineering support, 8th ESB entered WTI with a systematic approach to broaden its horizons and meet
needs beyond the scope of an engineer unit. “What makes 2nd MLG, and the Marine Corps in general, so unique is that we’re able to task-organize ourselves based on the mission that we’re accomplishing, and go out there and conduct that mission,” said Graneiro. “A lot of the Marines tasked with us come from all throughout MLG to form this cohesive unit that’s able to go out there and conduct this combat service support that MAWTS requires.” “That’s what makes this unit really unique. We’ve only been together for a month, and it’s very impressive to see all these Marines come together and build this cohesive unit and provide this kind of support on a daily basis.” Granerio explained that Cannon acted as the main hub in his unit’s wheel of operations. The unit would muster a majority of its Marines there, set up headquarters and receive the bulk of its supplies to be shipped out wherever necessity demands. This life support would then be convoyed 100 miles northwest out to their combat logistical support in Syphon eight to kindle the fire of ground side training operations - the spoke in the wheel of operations.
YUMA, Ariz. - “I don’t ever, ever, ever want to hear the term logistics tail again. If our aircraft, missiles, and weapons are the teeth of our military might, then logistics is the muscle, tendons, and sinews that make the teeth bite down and hold on— logistics is the jawbone!” Lt. Gen. Leo Marquez, USAF The commencement of spring season brings the Weapon and Tactics Instructor (WTI) course conducted aboard Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz. Even Yuma citizens with little knowledge to the course’s purpose and objectives can observe its training events. From the rampant roaring of engines in the sky, the plethora of Marines flooding to and from the main gate and the whispers of artillery and ordnance detonations that can be heard from the outskirts of the Yuma county, this two-month training exercise exhibits an obvious upsurge of operations and personnel to support with its demanding training curriculum. The biannual course will graduate anywhere from 200 to 250 students, comprised of pilots and aircrew, and certify them as distinguished, qualified mentors in the fields of weapons and tactics. However, MCAS Yuma and its surrounding ranges will haul in a surplus of 4,000 Marines to support the expanded operations. These additional Marines, gathered from Marine Corps installations nationwide, will reside in forward operating bases (FOB) throughout the 2.8 million acres of training ranges on MCAS Yuma to assist in WTI’s training operations. Ground element capabilities, such as infantry and artillery units, are integrated into the mix to provide pilots with lifelike combative scenarios and a thorough understanding on how to execute effectively collaborated maneuver tactics the Marine Corps bread and butter. In order for the station to sustain the amped-up operational tempo of WTI’s twomonth operation, a group of unsung heroes must rise to the task of providing life support for the participating Marines and their resident FOB’s. Traveling all the way from Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C., 152 Marines with the 8th Engineer Support Battalion (ESB) joined MAWTS-1. Detached, yet undeniably vital to the razzle-dazzle that is a signature of WTI training, the Marines
On top of coordinating the who, what, where, and when in their resupplying efforts, the Marines of 8th ESB were tasked with getting the necessities from point A to point B, which was an endeavor in itself. Sergeant Adam Burkhart, a motor transportation operator with 8th ESB, described the great amount of responsibility associated with coordinating and executing these convoys, and how the task improves the Marines of his unit. “The main focus for me is to make sure that my corporals get a lot of time to get behind the wheel and gain charge of Marines, along with the gear they need to deliver the loads in a timely manner,” said Burkhart. “The organization aspect, everything from the accountability to the movement, is pretty much all the same as being in a combat zone. As long as they can get that in their heads, and learn how to deal with all of the moving pieces at once, they’ll be set up for success down the road.” Possibly the most impressive capability displayed by the 8th ESB at WTI was its ability to integrate its logistical prowess with the might of aviation. Landing support specialists, combined with the ESB from 2nd MLG’s Combat Logistics Regiment 27, were utilized in order to coordinate external aerial lifts and drop-offs, a tactic proven to be efficient and favorable in a theatre of combat. “In Afghanistan, we have many patrol bases throughout the areas of operations, and to provide logistical support to those guys, convoys need to be pushed out,” explained Graneiro. “Marines are in vehicles on the roads, and the biggest threat for Marines out there is IEDs. What our helicopter support team and aerial delivery do is provide another means of resupply to those forward patrol bases throughout the areas. That prevents Marines from actually having to be in vehicles and possibly hitting IEDs along the route.” Though they will not be receiving a certificate warranting them as WTI instructors before their departure at the end of April, the Marines of 8th ESB have used their time in Yuma to sharpen their skills and prepare for conflict whenever it rises. While their actions flew under the radar to most, the fact remains - without these Marines acting as the logistics combat element, operations would cease to exist.
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‘Spartans’ receive Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award, honor fallen warrior LANCE CPL. ANDREA CLEOPATRA DICKERSON MCAS CHERRY POINT
Marines from every section of Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 represented the squadron while they received the Lt. Col Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award as part of the 2013 Marine Corps Communication Awards at a ceremony in Washington, D.C., April 17. The Marine Corps established the award in 2006 in honor of Shea, who was killed in action in Iraq while serving as the communications officer for the 1st Marine Regiment. The award recognizes the communications or information technology unit that made the most significant contributions to the Marine Corps command, control, communication and computer field. Marines of several military occupational specialties from across the squadron attended the ceremony and demonstrated the squadron’s diversity amongst their ranks, said Lt. Col. Jaime Macias, commanding officer of MWCS-28. This is second year in a row MWCS-28 has earned the Shea Award and the third overall since 2006. “They really adhere to balanced excellence and they really do everything right,” said Macias. The squadron earned the award for providing support for the command element and aviation combat element of II Marine Expeditionary Force, allowing them to provide response forces and sustained readiness for the Marine Corps, while maintaining an exceptional safety record and esprit de corps. Additionally, the squadron supported operations in Afghanistan and the efforts of the Special Purpose Marine Air Ground Task Force Crisis Response, Moron Air Base, Spain. Also, during Weapons and Tactics Instructors Course, Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, Ariz., the squadron maintained a network readiness of 98 percent and facilitated command and control communications without interruption. Reflecting on the squadron’s success, Macias said he pictures his Marines doing what they do best, supporting other Marine Corps assets and each other. “[The squadron] was the first [communications unit] to provide communications to the [SP- MAGTF Crisis Response] command element,” Macias said. “They set a standard.” The commanding officer attributed the success of the unit to the squadron’s motivated junior Marines and noncommissioned officers. “I have great corporals and sergeants making things happen,” he said.
Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28 was the recipient of the Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award for their contributions to the command, control, communication and computer field.
Marines with MWCS-28 visit the grave of Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea at Arlington National Cemetery after winning an award honoring his legacy.
Lt. Col. Jaime Macias, the commanding officer of MWCS-28, and other Marines from the squadron received the Lt. Col. Kevin M. Shea Memorial Unit Award during a ceremony in Washington, D.C., April 17.
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PHOTOS BY: CPL. ALI AZIMI
A Marine with Company I, 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, provides suppressive fire during an exercise to evaluate Marines on their ability to use the M136 AT4 rocket launcher April 11. The training helps Marines remain tactically proficient.
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TWENTYNINE PALMS, Calif. - Marines crossed over the berm with their
rifles in hand. They provided suppressive fire as two Marines with M136 AT4 rocket launchers followed them. The team leader checked the area behind them to make sure
Marines with Company I, 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, prepare to launch the M136 AT4 rocket launcher during an exercise conducted by the company April 11.
it was clear, and on the order, they fired the rockets. Each shot fired echoed across the range; the first as the rocket was fired and the second as it hit its target, causing sound waves to reverberate against the mountains in the distance. Marines with Company I, 3rd Battalion, 4th Marines, were evaluated on their proficiency while using the M136 AT4 April 11. According to leadership in the company, they felt it was important to keep Marines trained in the weapon system. “It’s pretty important that Marines be able to do this without a whole lot of warning,” said 1st Lt. Allan Wiltshire, platoon commander, 2nd Platoon, 3/4. “We wouldn’t do this in a normal setting. It does not happen every day, but in the event that they would need to know what to do, they can fall back on this training.” To begin their training, the Marines went through the technical aspects of the munitions and then entered a dry-fire exercise. After firing a few dummy rounds, their dryfire progressed into live-fire. They shot the rockets at targets ranging up to 200 meters away. “It’s not something I get to do often, so when I get to, I like to take advantage of that,” said Cpl. Adam Ferretti, infantry-
man, 3/4. “It’s a good feeling to know that I can defend the country with a rocket.” The AT4 is commonly used to pierce armor, but during operations in Afghanistan, Marines have used this tool in their arsenal only when needed and in a versatile manner. “[This round] penetrates armor,” Wiltshire said. “The Taliban is not currently using armor, so we use it for a hardened structure. They are able to make pretty thick mud walls and mud huts.” More than 100 Marines with the company were on the range, either to fire or as evaluators. Although, the weapon is commonly used by infantry assaultmen, every infantry Marine was evaluated on their abilities, regardless of their billet. “These systems are organic to our unit,” Ferretti said. “Being proficient is important to any mission that we are going to have to do. If the person that is designated to use the weapon goes down, someone else has got to be able to pick it up and use it.” The battalion is scheduled to be disbanded at the end of May. Their Marines will be reassigned to new units carrying on the training 3/4 has put them through to their new battalions.
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main an all-weather squadron,” said Maj. Dominick J. Byrnes, a naval aviator temporally assigned to HMLA-467. “Having pilots certified in IFR allows the squadron to execute missions and prevent it from shutting down when bad weather rolls in.” The instruments provide an “imaginary highway” that keeps pilots clear of towers, aircraft and other obstacles while they fly, said Byrnes. “The more practice you have with the instruments, the more proficient you become.” For the flight, the pilots also had two Marines to support their actions, Cpl. Jeffery Kruger, an aerial observer on the flight, and Lance Cpl. Thomas J. Messing, a crew chief with the squadron. “Our job during flights is to be an extra set of eyes on the aircraft,” said Kruger. “We call out altitude and distances around the Huey so the pilots have 360-degree awareness.” Byrnes and Messing also conduct preflight checks to ensure their aircraft are ready for flight. “Everything depends on good crew communication and awareness. Staying fully alert at all times,” said Kruger. “IFR flying is a perishable skill, you need to constantly train or you can get rusty.”
little bit more about the Reserves and other possible paths I could take with the end of my active duty time approaching,” said Mejia. Many active duty Marines know little about their Reserve counterparts or the benefits of the Marine Corps Reserves, according to Mejia. The information presented during the road show helped Marines understand and better plan for life after their end of active service. “The road show provided me with a lot of information,” said Mejia. “All I really knew about the Reserves before the show was the paycheck.” While remaining in uniform, at least part time, is an advantage of joining the Reserves, most Marines need a stable environment to begin life after active duty. If they plan to begin college or join the workforce, the Reserves might offer Marines a softer landing, according to Staff Sgt. Cecilia Gonzalez, a career planner with Deployment Processing Command-East at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. “My job is to help Marines,” said Gonzalez. “If there is a chance of helping Marines stay in, especially with the draw-down (of the active duty force), I will provide them any information I have about their Reserve opportunities.” For more information about Reserve opportunities, contact Staff Sgt. Gonzalez via e-mail at Cecilia.firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Reserve Affairs Career Management Team at (877) 415-9275.
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Major Andrew Dausman speaks to Marines at Cherry Point, N.C. about opportunities in the Marine Corps Reserves during the career transition road show April 15. Dausman serves as the active to Reserve transitions officer-in-charge at Headquarters Marine Corps.
LANCE CPL. JOSHUA R. HEINS
Members of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 467 take off in a UH-1Y Venom at Cherry Point April 21. The flight crew conducted visual and instrument flight rules flying to gain trust in their equipment. This type of flying improves the pilots as a whole by allowing the squadron to operate in all-weather conditions.
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Sesame Street characters perform for military children at the station theater here April 30, 2012. The event was part of Sesame Street’s military family initiative, in conjunction with the USO. Sesame Street is returning to Cherry Point April 26 and 27.
LANCE CPL. UNIQUE B. ROBERTS MCAS CHERRY POINT
Characters from the popular children’s television show, Sesame Street, plans to team up with the USO to provide the Sesame Street/USO Experience for military families at Cherry Point’s Two Rivers Theatre Saturday and Sunday. The show, based on Sesame Street’s military family initiative, brings television characters Katie, Elmo and more of their friends to life to help military members and their families deal with the challenges of growing up in the military. “We are incredibly grateful to be working with the Sesame Street team,” said retired Brig. Gen. John I. Pray Jr., the USO’s president and CEO. “We know they fully understand the unique challenges facing today’s military families, and that they fully share our commitment to always be by their side to help them cope with these challenges.” This year’s tour will demonstrate the power of friendship, with Elmo and his Sesame Street pals helping Katie open up about her fears and excitement as she deals with moving to a new place and making new friends, according to the Sesame Street/ USO Experience official webpage. The four scheduled shows are free to military families and seating is available on a first come, first served basis. On Saturday, shows are scheduled for 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. On Sunday, shows are scheduled for 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. For more information, contact Marine and Family Programs at (252) 466-4401 or visit www.sesamestreet.org/TLC or www.uso.org
Sesame Street performs for military children at the station theater at Cherry Point April 30, 2012.
Military children watch Sesame Street Characters perform April 30, 2012, at the station theater here. The event was part of Sesame Street’s military family initiative, in conjunction with the USO.
Military children watch a live performance of Sesame Street here April 30, 2012. Sesame Street is returning to Cherry Point April 26 and 27.
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2nd MAW Marine, Sailors share hometown ties HOURS OF OPERATION Monday â€“ Friday Breakfast 6 â€“ 8 a.m., Lunch 10:30 a.m. â€“ 12:45 p.m., Dinner 4 â€“ 6 p.m. Saturday â€“ Sunday/ Holiday Hours Breakfast/Lunch 8:30 â€“ 11 a.m., Dinner 3 â€“ 5 p.m.
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Monday â€“ Friday Breakfast 6 â€“ 8 a.m., Lunch 11 a.m. â€“ 1 p.m., Dinner 4 â€“ 6 p.m.
Breakfast Menu Assorted fresh fruit, assorted hot and cold cereals, fried eggs and omelets to order, scrambled eggs and hard-cooked eggs, grill special, pancakes, French toast or waffles, breakfast potatoes, breakfast meats, creamed beef or sausage gravy, assorted muffins, breads and breakfast pastries
Specialty Bar Menu & Blendz Tuesday and Thursday Lunch (Blendz) â€“ Banana-strawberry yogurt, banana-blackberry yogurt, banana-peach yogurt, bananapineapple yogurt, banana-mango yogurt, banana-blueberry yogurt, Asian chicken chopped salad, Asian beef chopped salad, Savannah fried chicken salad, Southwest chicken strip salad, chef salad bowl, buffalo chicken salad, turkey club salad, beef fajita salad, BLT club salad, southwest flank steak salad, chicken caesar salad, Chinese chicken salad, antipasto salad
Monday â€“ Pasta primavera, lasagna, chicken rotini casserole, baked ziti with four cheeses, meatballs, baked Italian sausage, boiled rigatoni, boiled spaghetti, simmered ziti, simmered linguine, simmered fettucini, simmered penne rigate, simmered rotini, Italian meat sauce, alfredo sauce, caesar salad, toasted garlic bread and breadsticks Wednesday â€“ Chicken enchiladas, taco beef filling, burritos, Mexican rice, refried beans with cheese, Mexican corn, shredded lettuce, diced tomatoes, chopped onions, sliced jalapeĂąo peppers, taco shells, flour tortillas, taco sauce, salsa, sour cream Friday â€“ Wings of fire, honey-barbecue wings, teriyaki wings, French fried chicken wings, French fried garlic fries, corn on the cob, baked beans, carrot sticks, celery sticks, blue cheese dressing, ranch dressing
Weekly Menu Thursday April 24 Lunch â€“ Cream of broccoli soup, Jamaican jerked chicken, Creole macaroni, cilantro rice, succotash, balsamic roasted potatoes Dinner â€“ Chicken and orzo soup, pork scaloppini with herbed tomato sauce, baked stuffed shells, rice pilaf, marinara sauce, stewed chickpeas with zucchini, mixed vegetables Friday April 25 Lunch â€“ New England clam chowder, maple glazed salmon, turkey potpie with baking powder biscuits, long grain and wild rice, green beans, cauliflower polonaise Dinner â€“ Turkey vegetable soup, mambo pork roast, lasagna, candied sweet potatoes, marinara sauce, steamed broccoli, Mexican corn Saturday April 26 Lunch â€“ Beef barley and onion soup, vegetable and black bean enchiladas, chicken and broccoli casserole, confetti rice, Spanish style beans, steamed vegetable medley Dinner â€“ Cream of chicken soup, java molasses pork loin, Swiss steak with mushroom gravy, lyonnaise potatoes, buttered egg, noodles, stewed tomatoes, peas Sunday April 27 Lunch â€“ Vegetable beef supreme soup, baked citrus herb crusted fish, fried chicken, brown rice pilaf, red bliss mashed potatoes, cream gravy, green bean casserole, corn Dinner â€“ Turkey noodle soup, creamy Cajun shrimp penne, meat loaf, garlic-mashed potatoes, brown gravy Louisiana style smothered squash, okra mĂŠlange Monday April 28 Lunch â€“ Chicken with rice soup, barbecue glazed chicken, marinated beef brisket, noodle kugel, potato parmesan bake, roasted green beans, glazed carrots, challa bread, cheese blintz with fruit sauce, apple cake, salad bar with assorted dressings Dinner â€“ Bayou jerked pork loin, turkey meatloaf, buttered egg noodle, islanderâ€™s rice, Lyonnaise wax beans, broccoli polonaise, brown gravy, chicken gumbo soup Tuesday April 29 Lunch â€“ Salmon with tomato cucumber relish, chicken fried chicken, rice pilaf, mashed potatoes, sausage gravy, succotash, southern style greens, cream of potato soup Dinner â€“ Roast beef, baked ziti with Italian sausage, parsley buttered potatoes, peas, vegetable stir fry, toasted garlic bread, navy bean soup, horseradish sauce Wednesday April 30 Lunch â€“ Santa Fe glazed chicken, baked smoked chicken, southwest orzo pasta, whipped sweet potatoes, corn on the cob, simmered mustard greens, raison sauce, beef noodle soup Dinner â€“ Swedish meatballs, spicy shrimp with cheesy grits, rice pilaf, French fried cauliflower, French cut green beans , brown gravy, chicken noodle soup
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LANCE CPL. GRACE L. WALADKEWICS MCAS CHERRY POINT
Cherry Point is home to thousands of service members filling a variety of roles in support of the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. With such a large number of service members spread across dozens of squadrons, new faces can be seen around every corner. It was for this reason that when the wing surgeon of 2nd MAW, the executive officer of Marine Aircraft Group 14 and the flight surgeon of Marine Attack Squadron 542, discovered that their roots were in the same small town of less than 8,000 people and they sat in the same seats in Richard Samsaâ€™s physical science class, they were surprised. â€œI was very surprised to find two other people working in the same chain of command, at the same time both from my home town,â€? said Cmdr. Raymond Batz, the wing surgeon. Their stories intersect in Grove City, Pa., a small town 60 miles North of Pittsburgh, where the three men attended Grove City Area High School over a ten-year span before going off to college and exploring their career options. â€œComing from a high school that only graduates between 180 to 200 students per class, I was not expecting to find three men all working toward the same mission within 2nd MAW,â€? said Batz. â€œIt is really an amazing thing; I still get chills down my spine thinking about it.â€? Finding out they shared a hometown, the men dove deeper into each otherâ€™s history and discovered they all grew up within five city blocks of each other. â€œTo know that three such high-skilled professionals hailed from our small school and ended up on the same base is pretty amazing,â€? said Richard Samsa, the physical science teacher who instructed all three men at Grove City High School. Batz, the oldest of the three men, graduated GCHS in 1988 before attending Grove City College. While in high school, Batz played on the Grove City Area High School â€˜Fighting Eaglesâ€™ football team and participated in several events on the track and field team. â€œRay Batz was in my first advanced chemistry class,â€? said Samsa. â€œRay and his classmates helped me understand much about chemistry, I think they taught me as much as I taught them.â€?
His â€˜Fighting Eaglesâ€™ track and field teammate, Lt. Col. Bill Sauerland, graduated GCHS in 1990. He went on to attend Pennsylvania State University graduating in 1994 and earning his commission as a second lieutenant in the Marine Corps. â€œI remember Bill being particularly impressive in leading his classmates,â€? said Samsa. â€œHe was a top student who was well spoken and very well respected.â€? The youngest of the three men graduated GCHS in 1999. Lt. Ian Uber, like the other two graduates, went on to attend college before commissioning in the Navy. Uber graduated the Naval Academy in 2006 and began training for the Navyâ€™s Medical Corps. Uber continued his education at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences at Bethesda, Md. and the Naval Aerospace Medical Institute, Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. â€œIan Uber was one of the first chemistry students who tried and succeeded in taking the AP chemistry exam,â€? said Samsa. â€œHe was a great example. He stayed after school several times to learn concepts we did not have time to go over.â€? The three men who grew up within five blocks of each other had spread out across the country pursuing their dreams, only to find that although their lives had taken them to different places, they all ended up stationed at Cherry Point. Batz serves as the wing surgeon for 2nd MAW, Sauerland is the executive officer for MAG 14 and Uber is the flight surgeon for VMA-542. â€œThe fact that these three men have achieved as much as they have is not a surprise to me. They were top students in their classes,â€? said Samsa. â€œThe fact that I am not surprised does not diminish my pride in their accomplishments. Their God-given abilities have been well-polished by many teachers and military officers over the years and I am very proud of whatever small role I had in their refinement.â€? â€œWe all grew up in the same neighborhood and now we are working together on the same Navy-Marine Corps team, within five blocks of each other again,â€? said Batz. â€œIt is an interesting and unique touch point, and Iâ€™m glad we got the chance to record it because next year we could all be in different places again.â€?
LANCE CPL. GRACE L. WALADKEWICS
Navy Lt. Ian Uber, left, Cmdr. Raymond Batz, center, and Lt. Col. Bill Sauerland, right, pose for a photo in front of a Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier at Cherry Point Feb. 25.
Outdoor gyms near completion LANCE CPL. VICTOR A. ARRIAGA MCAS CHERRY POINT
Three new outdoor gyms are near completion at Cherry Point and Marine Corps Community Services hopes to unveil the venues by the end of May. â€œThese outdoor gyms will provide a small solution to the overcrowding at the Devil Dog Gym when Marines are trying to work out,â€? said Mike Largent, director of MCCS Cherry Point. â€œWe will be able to accommodate up to 100 more Marines a day, which is great.â€? The gyms, located at Lanham Field, behind the Marine Dome and across the street from Marine Air Control Group 28, feature 14 workout stations and can accommodate more than 30 people at one time. The shaded, cushioned structures will feature equipment designed to give users a full-body workout, according to Largent. â€œI really think these outdoor gyms are a fantastic idea,â€? said Sgt. Maj. Benjamin Pangborn, the station sergeant
major. â€œMCCS was able to get these outdoor gyms for the Marines so they can have another opportunity and another place to be able to improve their physical fitness.â€? The gyms are part of a series of improvements at Cherry Point, including a new, larger gym facility scheduled for construction in 2016. â€œThese new workout stations will provide some solution until we get the new gymâ€? said Largent. â€œWe can take care of more people because the gym isnâ€™t accommodating everyone and we want our service members to have the best equipment.â€? With improvements and changes on the horizon, Pangborn hopes the new outdoor gyms will encourage Marines to continue building on their physical fitness. â€œA lot of people seem skeptical because theyâ€™ve never used the outdoor gyms, but I think once they see it and get a good workout from it, theyâ€™ll have a good time,â€? said Pangborn.
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Cherry Point and Marine Corps Community Services plan to open three new outdoor gym facilities at the end of May in an effort to alleviate congestion at the Devil Dog Gym here. The gyms are part of several planned improvements and additions to facilities at Cherry Point, with a new gym scheduled for construction in 2016.
► Indicates new announcement 10th Annual Beaufort Wine and Food Festival The 10th Annual Beaufort Wine and Food Festival will be held through Sunday. The festival will showcase several wines and patrons will learn how to pair them with food from local, regional and visiting chefs. Events will include wine dinners, cooking demonstrations, wine tastings and challenges. Patrons must be 21 or older to participate in any of the events. To purchase tickets for any of the events, visit http://www. beaufortwineandfood.com or call (252) 515-0708. 8th Annual White Oak Shores Bluegrass Festival The 8th Annual White Oak Shores Bluegrass Festival will be held Friday and Saturday at White Oak Shores Campground and RV Resort. The festival will feature 20 bluegrass artists performing shows over the two-day festival. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Patrons are encouraged to bring blankets or lounge chairs. Admission is $30 per person at the gate, $25 in advance or $50 for the two days. For more information or to purchase advanced tickets, call (252) 393-3244. ► BBQ Festival on the Neuse The Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce will present the 33rd Annual BBQ Festival April 30 – May 3 in downtown Kinston. The festival will feature an arts show, vendors, amusement rides, live entertainment, fireworks, a car show and more. The second annual Sauce Boss Competition and 33rd Annual Hog Happenin’will be judged by a panel of distinguished judges who will sample sauces, barbecue and a variety of dishes submitted to the competition. The festival is expected to be the largest barbecue food festival and cook off in North Carolina. Entrance to the festival is free. For more information, visit http://www.bbqfestivalontheneuse.com or call (252) 560-2693. Discover Columbus’ Ships Replicas of Christopher Columbus’ ships, the Niña and Pinta, will be docked at the Morehead City waterfront Friday through May 4. The ships will be open for tours from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. daily. General admission for adults is $8, seniors ages 60 and up are $7, children between 5 and 16 are $6 and children 4 and younger are free. For more information, call (787) 672-2152.
Crystal Coast Earth Day Celebration The third annual Crystal Coast Earth Day celebration will be held April 27 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Fort Macon State Park. The free event will feature hands-on activities, live music, an art contest and more. For more information, contact Sarah Phillips at sarahp@ nccoast.org. 40th Annual Wooden Boat Show The North Carolina Maritime Museum will host the 40th annual Wooden Boat Show May 3 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The free event will feature a variety of small wooden boats, historic vessels, nautical crafts, boat models, traditional skills demonstrations and displays. For more information, call (252) 728-7317 or visit http://www.ncmaritimemuseums.com. Ultimate Family Fun Quest The Crystal Coast Civic Center will host the Ultimate Family Fun Quest May 3 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. The event will have games, demonstrations, food and prizes. Admission to the event is one donated children’s book per family. For more information, contact Elizabeth Lewis at (252) 222-0819 or email@example.com. Pirate Fest Hammocks Beach State Park in Swansboro will host the Pirate Fest May 3 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. The event will feature pirate showtime, pirate boat rides and treasure hunts on Bear Island as well as a pirate costume contest. The free festival will be filled with pirate story telling, games and activities. Patrons are also encouraged to browse vendors, enjoy music, food, an antique car show, Bear Island fishing and the Jim Craig Birding Program. For more information, contact Carol Trott at (910) 3475332. ► Spring into Summer Craft Show The Officer’s Spouses Club will host a Spring into Summer craft show May 10 at the Two Rivers Theater aboard Cherry Point from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.. Only vendors with station access and proper identification are eligible to sell products at the craft show. Cost is $25 per table and the table is included. To sign up, please contact Holly Prafke (252) 514-7127, or sign up at the Treasures of the Point Shoppe, located at the Whistle Stop Shop.
Disabled Veterans Meeting Chapter 26 of the Disabled American Veterans meets the third Wednesday of the month at the Senior Center in Havelock at 7 p.m. For information, call Ancil Jones at (252) 349-0006.
Wednesday classes are from 4:30 5:30 p.m. and Friday classes are from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Individual classes are available upon request for your convenience. For more information call (252)466-0277.
Baby Boot Camp New Parent Support Program hosts a free Baby Boot Camp monthly at the Training and Education Builing. The next Baby Boot Camp is May 7 and 8 from 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Parents with children 1-year-old or younger will receive hands-on experience learning to adjust to parenthood. Reservations are required. To register, call 466-3651.
Domestic Violence Support Support groups for victims of domestic violence are provided by the Carteret County Domestic Violence Program. Meetings take place Wednesdays at 6 p.m. For information, call (252) 7283788.
Stop Smoking and Dipping Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts Stop Smoking and Dipping classes every Wednesday and Friday.
Sleep Hygiene Class The Mental Health Clinic hosts a sleep hygiene class beginning May 2 and running each Friday throughout the month, beginning at 8 a.m. The class is open to service members who have insomnia or trouble
falling asleep. The class focuses on the different types of insomnia, stages of sleep, lifestyles and environmental factors. Students will understand sleep patterns and how to improve them. To register, call 466-0107 or 4660500. Active Duty Weight Management Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point hosts an Active Duty Weight Management class every Thursday. Classes are from 10 – 11:30 a.m. For information, call 466-0277. Welcome Aboard Expo Cherry Point hosts a Welcome Aboard Expo each month at Miller’s Landing. The expo is open to new Marines, Sailors, employees and spouses. The next expo is May 21 from 9 – 11:30 a.m.
Sundays 9 a.m. – Liturgical Protestant Service, Fellowship Chapel 9 a.m. – Roman Catholic Mass, Memorial Chapel 11 a.m. – Contemporary Worship Service, Memorial Chapel
11:45 a.m. – Roman Catholic Mass, St. Michael’s Chapel
Hotlines Station Inspector 466-3449 Fraud, Waste and Abuse If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse aboard MCAS Cherry Point, call 466-2016. Suicide/Stress To talk to someone at the National Suicide Hotline, call 1-800-273-8255. To seek confidential counseling with personal battles, call the DSTRESS line at 1-877-476-7734.
Sexual Assault This procedure is not meant to replace calling 911 if you are in immediate danger. Immediately call 6654713, which is monitored 24/7. Severe Weather and Force Protection Cherry Point personnel call 466-3093. FRC East personnel call 464-8333. DLA personnel call 466-4083. Domestic Violence Response Line If you suspect that you or a loved one are a victim of domestic violence, call the Domestic Violence Response Line at (252) 671-0377.
► Military Appreciation Day Hammocks Beach State Park will host a Military Appreciation Day June 7 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. A free ferry ride to Bear Island will be offered for all military families. The event will have food, games and local educational exhibits for patrons to enjoy. The event will feature Tryon Palace Heritage plant sale. For more information, call (800) 767-1560.
Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers Building 298 • Library – 466-3552. • Retired Services Office – 466-5548. Building 232 • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-7533. • Child Development Resource and Referral – 466-3595. Building 232 • Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program – 466-5490. • Substance Abuse Counseling – 466-7568. • New Parent Support Program – 466-3651. • Family Advocacy Program – 466-3264. • Military Family Life Consultant – 339-6084. • Families Over coming Under Stress Representative – 466-7137. Building 4335 • Education – 466-3500. • The Family Member Employment Program, Transition Assistance Management Program, Relocation Assistance Program and accredited financial counselors can be reached at 466-4201. Budget for Baby The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers Budget for Baby classes. To register, call 466-2031. Breastfeeding Class The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers free breastfeeding classes for expectant mothers. The purpose of the class is to help prepare mothers and help them feel confident to breastfeed once their baby arrives. To register, call 466-2031. Veterans’ Assistance A representative from the Veterans Affairs Office visits Cherry Point each Thursday in building 4335. Call 466-4201 for assistance. Marine Corps Family Team Building Educational resources and services foster personal growth and enhance the readiness of Marine Corps families. Marine Corps Family Team Building is located in Building 232. For more information, email family.readiness@ usmc.mil.
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COMMUNITY YARD SALE. April 26 0700-1200 River Bluffs Subdivision. Multi house, furniture, toys, clothes, household, much more.
HUGE BASE HOUSING YARD SALE
hosted by the residents of Atlantic Marine Corps Communities. AMCC residents are hosting individual yard sales on Saturday, May 3rd from 7am to 12pm.
Binder Oaks Pamlico Rd•Alleghany Rd Slocum Village Cypress Ln Lawson Village Carteret Ct Grants Landing Jefferson Dr Disclaimer: Atlantic Marine Corps Communities is not authorized to sponsor for this event.
1994 CHAPARRAL 225 SLC Motorboat with cabin and extras . 2007 dual axle trailer with brakes. Runs great. $8,700/OBO. Call Joe (252)649-0604
SAILBOAT 14’ CAPRI, trailer, sails, brand new outboard, full cover. Fiberglass is like new. $2400 (252) 665-3352
DOG CLASSES with DONA BAKER Proven methods = great results! In-home, group, and CGC classes. (252)672-K9ED (5933)
DOG SCHOOL Basic/Advanced training for all breeds! wellerkennels.com New Bern, NC (252)636-5225
Big Rock Sports, the leading distributor of fishing and hunting supplies, has an immediate need for a
Must have grill & saute experience. Background check will be conducted. APPLY IN PERSON: M&Ms Cafe, 205 South Water St. Oriental (252)249-2000
CFO and Manager of Internal Services needed at Tideland EMC, Pantego.
Four-year college degree or equivalent with preferred major in Accounting or Business Administration. Must have at least five-seven years experience related to position. Must have experience in effectively interacting with all economic/social segments of the public, working in a supervisory capacity, and making sound decisions on available data. Knowledge of the financial activities for consumer and general accounting, financial planning, banking, purchasing, customer service, insurance and taxes. Must be able to review, analyze, and monitor all Cooperative processes including billing, and collection procedures, budget process, annual audit, annual rate review, capital planning, and long range financial forecast. Must be able to oversee and direct the daily operations of all customer service activities through supervision/assistance of “Customer Service Leader.” Must have the physical ability to perform essential functions, duties, and responsibilities of job which include, but are not limited to, seeing, hearing, walking, sitting, bending, lifting, and carrying loads averaging 15 pounds. Must be able to speak, read, write, and comprehend the English language. Must be able to read, analyze, and interpret general business documents, policies, service rules and regulations and government regulations; to write reports, policies, procedures, and business correspondence; and to effectively present information and respond to questions from Board members, employees, customers, vendors, and the general public. Must be able to apply mathematical concepts using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must have a valid North Carolina driver’s license. Must be able to effectively manage multiple projects in a constantly changing work environment. Must be able to work in all weather conditions including extreme heat and cold during weather emergencies that may include around-the-clock operations. Normal work hours are, weekdays 8:00 am until 4:30 pm. Works as required with some travel and overnight stays. The position is exempt from overtime requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act, as amended-executive professional or administrative definition. This position requires availability for emergencies, attendance at night meetings, etc., without additional compensation. Assists in monitoring the decision-making activities of subordinates as directed.
for our office in Morehead City. Duties include month-end closing processes, preparation of journal entries, account analysis and reconciliation, and analysis and reporting on variances. 4+ years accounting experience, preferably within a distribution environment. Must have a strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and internal financial controls. Needs to be able to work as part of a team. Must be detail oriented, yet able to multi-task. Must have strong analytical capabilities and communication skills. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. CPA/MBA a plus
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OUTSIDE SALES ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE The Shopper and Community Papers is looking for a dynamic advertising sales professional to be part of the advertising team. We are looking for an individual who is a self-starter, energetic and innovative to handle an established territory. The ideal candidate for this career position will have the ability to build relationships with local businesses and serve as a consultant for their marketing and advertising needs. We offer a base salary plus commission, full benefits package, paid vacation and paid holidays in a fast paced, exciting work environment.
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Salary commensurate to market value with an excellent benefit package.
Linda Lawson, HR Manager, New Bern Sun Journal
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or 3200 Wellons Blvd., New Bern, NC 28562 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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April 24, 2014
220 Apartments for Rent
CLEAN LONG LEAF PINE STRAW $4.50 per bale! Delivered! (252)244-1738
1 BEDROOM WATERFRONT New, high quality, dock, deck, great view, rural, garage. $595/month! (252)322-5000 or (908)328-9823 4 BEDROOM COLONIAL 1.5 baths, 409 Brown Drive, New Bern. Fenced in yard, dead end street. No pets. $825/month + deposit. Call Stan, Church Real Estate (252)633-6476 or (252)638-1788 2/2 TOWNHOME New Bern, backs to golf course. Recently renovated! $775 Vince (315)383-5195
BUY A RIDING LAWN MOWER for just $39 per month plus free weedeater. Call (252)447-7019
2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS Trent Rd, Glenburnie Rd, Tyson Mgmt 252-514-0188
CRAVEN MAXI STORAGE S. Jimmies Creek Rd. 1,000-2,000sq.ft. $250/month and up. Tyson Mgmt 252-514-0188
COZY 1 BEDROOM HOME. 800 Sq.Ft. Located on Club Foot Creek. Private Dock and Marina usage. 15 minutes to Cherry Point Base. Very clean and quiet, Recently renovated with new floors, new appliances, new central heat and air, Sunroom, carport, and a detached storage building. Military personnel receive $25 discount monthly. $780/mo.+ security & 1st month rent. No pets. Matthews Point Marina. (252) 444-1805 EXTRA CLEAN 2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH Convenient location! $650 month No pets. (252)670-1229
COZY 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH turn of the century river house on a gorgeous lot. Picturesque Waterfront house views of the Neuse and Clubfoot creek. Access to a private pier and boat ramp. New central heat/air. Very clean and quiet. 10 minutes off base.1 year lease. No pets. $975 with security deposit. Call Tom at (252)444-1805 LARGE 4 BEDROOM 2 BATH . 3200 Sq.Ft. home in Trentwoods. No inside pets. $1350/mo. (252)670-1229 NEW BERN 3 BR. 2 BA. 1700 sqft. Rehabbed with central Heat & A/C. http://bit.ly/1ne5tjY for pics. 1304 Williams St. $800 (434)906-5696
CLEAN-FURNISHED-NO SMOKING Near Tryon Palace. $125 week & up. (252)249-2200 HAVELOCK NC Great location, move in, everything furnished, no deposits, extended stay less than $24 day, next to Food Lion. Hostess House Motel 252-447-3689
PARTIALLY FURNISHED $60 per week plus utilities. No smoking. Pets okay. (252)514-0567
220 Apartments for Rent 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED APARTMENTS Waterfront setting, weekly, monthly. (910)578-5777
KENSINGTON PARK APARTMENTS I & II Accepting applications for 1 & 2 bedroom units. carpet & vinyl, central heat/air, stove, refrigerator, laundry facilities on premises, 24 hr maintenance on call. Income restrictions apply. Some rental assistance available
Please call (252) 633-1519 Mon-Thur 8am-4:30pm or Fri. 8am-12pm.
NEWPORT, NC Quiet, clean, 1 or 2 bedroom apartments. Completely furnished including housekeeping. No deposits, $495 total move-in cost. Pay Semi-monthly. Hostess House 252-223-6020
SAVE $200 NOW!! Woodland Crossing Apartments is convenient to Cherry Point, Craven Community College, and Carolina East Medical Center. We offer 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Visit us online at www.WoodlandCrossingApts.com. Call us today at 252-633-5151.
METAL BUILDINGS 23X40 1 overhead door, $200/month. 25X50 3 overhead doors, office. $425/month. (252)637-2340
The Free Press ADVERTISING SALES DIRECTOR The Free Press is seeking a proven Advertising Sales Director to lead its multimedia advertising sales team. We are looking for an energetic leader who is dedicated to achieving and surpassing sales goals, as well as focused on delivering value to customers.
MOBILE HOME LOTS FOR RENT. First 3 months FREE. Also 2/2 available, 55+ Senior discount. Southern Sun IV Mobile Home Park. (252)639-1211
FORD 2002 EXPLORER Eddie Bauer, red, was $3980, sale $2900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314
VARIOUS SIZE OFFICES. Ranging from $450-$750/Month Chuck Tyson, Tyson Management. (252) 633-5766
HYUNDAI 2001 SANTA FE SUV, 2.4 liter gas miser, only 88k miles, was $4700, sale $3900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314
EAST COAST MOBILE HOMES! Inventory Reduction Sale! All new and used Homes All Offers Considered (910) 324-5611
Save BIG on a mod or manufactured home visit: www.downeasthomesnc.co m/ 910-298-6111
JEEP 2001 GRAND CHEROKEE 4x4, V8, Loaded, Black, Clean Was $4900, Sale $3900 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314
Save BIG on a mod or manufactured home visit: www.downeastnewbern.co m/ 252-649-1799 MITSUBISHI 2000 MONTERO SPORT. Looks and runs good, was $3800, sale $2900 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252447-0314
TYLER PLACE APARTMENTS • High efficiency heat pumps • Water, sewer, trash pickup included • Large, open floor plans Call or come by today for more information Email for Application: firstname.lastname@example.org
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: A bachelor’s degree in advertising, marketing, business administration or other relevant area. Appropriate experience may be considered in lieu of degree. Prior advertising sales leadership experience and previous success as a print and online sales performer is required. Only candidates with relevant newspaper industry experience will be considered. P&L experience, with knowledge of budgeting, forecasting and modeling tools. Outstanding oral and written communication skills. Compensation includes a base salary commensurate with experience and a performance-based bonus opportunity. Owned by the Halifax Media Group, we offer excellent benefits, including health, dental, life, LTD, 401K, domestic partner benefits and more. The Free Press is an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of diversity in our workforce. The Free Press is a multi-media news & advertising organization, with a daily circulation of 8,500 and 9,200 on Sunday. Our online presence can be seen at www.Kinston.com. The Free Press is an award-winning daily newspaper, located in Kinston, a shade over an hour from several beaches, 30 minutes from Greenville and less than 90 minutes from Raleigh. As Lenoir County’s only daily newspaper, The Free Press is the area’s premier local news provider, offering both print and online coverage of Lenoir, Greene and Jones counties. We provide a team-based environment that encourages all employees to play an active role in the ongoing improvements and growth of our company.
INTERESTED CANDIDATES SHOULD EMAIL A RESUME, COVER LETTER, AND SALARY REQUIREMENTS TO: Donna.Wallace@Kinston.com OR MAIL THE SAME TO: HR Manager The Free Press 2103 N. Queen Street, Kinston, NC 28501
FORD 1997 MUSTANG, Red, runs good, Sporty, was $3400, sale $2800 Plaza Auto Supermarket Havelock 252- 447-0314 HONDA 2009 ACCORD Original owner, 93,000 miles, serviced regularly at Honda of New Bern. Color- Navy. Excellent condition! $9,800 Call (252)638-1329 after 5:00 PM
CHEVY 2003 S-10 White, clean, dependable, was $3997, sale $3400 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314
FORD 2008 F150 XLT 4-door, white, ext. cab, clean, a must see, was $7900, sale $6900 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314
Call for Details $565
2 Bedrooms • $605 3 Bedrooms Office Hours: Monday-Thursday 9-6
*Limited time only. Some restrictions apply
Able to develop and execute advertising sales plans to achieve print and digital revenue goals. This will include the ability to identify new business opportunities and to implement creative sales strategies. A digital leader, who is knowledgeable about digital technologies and has a proven track-record of driving digital sales performance. Hands-on, having a talent for coaching sales professionals and sales management to maximize their potential and build long-term client relationships.
TOYOTA 1995 4-RUNNER. SUV, loaded, V6, Black, Was $3997 Sale $3497 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314
AFFORDABLE • ASK FOR SPECIALS No $Money...No Problem...Move in Today w/approved credit*
Located off Lake Road in Havelock
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PURSUIT 1999 MOBILE HOME 35 ft, by Georgia Boy, 16 ft. slideout, 1 owner, 37k miles, $9000 (252) 514-7117
1822 S.GLENBURNIE RD. Across from Post Office beside UPS store. Retail or office. $1400. Chuck Tyson (252)670-5230.
3/2 BATH Washer/dryer, low utility bills, great location, $550/month. (252) 671-0388, New Bern.
2, 3, & 4 Bedroom Singlewides at Sandy Ridge MHP Bridgeton. No pets allowed. Rental lots available. (252)474-5058
We now accept credit cards
AFFORDABLE BARNS! 12X16 $1,995; 12x20 $2,595; 16x16 $2,795. Other sizes available. Built on your lot. Call (252)531-0664 or 800-218-BARN, Ayden
GMC 2002 SIENNA 150, 4x4, red, short bed, sharp, sporty, was $4800, sale $3800 Plaza Auto Supermarket, Havelock (252) 447-0314
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES www.coastalcommunityaction.com FAMILY & COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP MANAGER - FULL-TIME
This position is responsible for providing exceptional leadership and supervision to a diverse team to ensure effective program performance and requirements related to parent, family and community engagement for Head Start (HS) and Early Head Start (EHS), and family development services for Community Services Block Grant (CSBG) and other funding obtained related to family and community services. This is accomplished by the Manager through program development, data management, analysis, reporting, and on-going monitoring of day-to-day operations related to family and community engagement including, but not limited to, case management services, self-sufficiency, emergency assistance, community and family partnerships and HS/EHS Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment and Attendance (ERSEA).
SUMMARY OF BASIC DUTIES:
• Provides leadership and supervision by establishing accountability, maintaining order, promoting teamwork, setting clear guidelines and expectations and timely feedback related to anticipated results. • Works on a multidisciplinary team to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate daily operations of Child Development Centers, home-based program and program collaborations with childcare partners as it relates to family and community engagement, ERSEA and program data management and reporting. • Oversee management of all child and family data stored and tracked electronically, determining timelines, monitoring schedules, and accuracy of data collected. • Administrative duties include participation on Policy Council, assists in planning and coordination of Parent Orientation, family services, community collaboration, data management systems, program operational plans, and other related activities. A Bachelor’s degree is required in human services; an advanced degree is preferred. A minimum of three years management experience in a multidimensional environment working with a diversity of professional staff. Advanced computer skills are required to operate software and databases, manage and analyze data, and produce diverse reports. Knowledge and application in the various aspects of Head Start/Early Head Start standards and requirements in preferred. Must possess a strong orientation in ensuring direct report accountability and be an excellent team-builder. Must be able to effectively delegate authority, motivate staff to perform at maximum potential and maintain professional and appropriate relationships at all times. Location: Newport, NC
TEACHERS & TEACHER AIDES HEAD START-PART-TIME & FULL-TIME
Responsibilities include: The overall operation of a preschool classroom in accordance with Head Start Performance Standards and North Carolina Child Care Regulations. This includes planning, coordinating, and supervising a classroom environment that promotes each child’s total development (i.e. social, physical, emotional, cognitive and nutritional) while promoting positive, open communication with parents and children.
Teacher Aides - CDA or A.A. in Early Childhood (EC) or a degree in a related filed with course work equivalent to a degree in EC. Teachers - A.A required or B.A. preferred in Early Childhood or a degree in a related filed with course work equivalent to a degree in EC. NC Pre k Teachers must also have a Pre K Add-on or BK Licensure.
HS CLASSROOM FLOATERS - PART-TIME & FULL-TIME
Responsibilities include: providing quality childcare to children ages zero thru four. When classroom teaching staff is absent, the position is assigned as a substitute for the duration of the absence. When not substituting, the individual will work equally in each classroom providing additional teacher support to the existing teaching teams. Requirements: North Carolina Early Childhood Credentials, and a Criminal Record Check Qualification Letter from the Division of Health and Human Services. Location: Carteret, Craven and Pamlico county
CHILD CARE PROVIDER - PART-TIME & FULL-TIME
Responsibilities include: providing quality childcare to children ages zero thru four, development and implementation of curriculum and weekly lesson plans, maintaining a daily schedule with a predictable routine, ensuring a healthy and safe environment, and promoting positive, open communication with parents and children. Requirements: Early Childhood Credentials and experience teaching children ages zero thru four. Location: Carteret, Craven and Pamlico county
POSITIONS REQUIRE A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK QUALIFICATION LETTER FROM THE DIVISION OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES.
TO APPLY SUBMIT APPLICATION AND COVER LETTER TO: Dora J. Sprague, SPHR, Director of Human Resources Coastal Community Action, Inc., P.O. Box 729, Newport, NC 28570 E-Mail: email@example.com / Fax: (252)223-1688 CCA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
B6 April 24, 2014
1502 Fairfax Lane ~ $77,000
471 Old Kinston Trenton Rd ~ $78,900
116 Quarterdeck ~ $79,900
2BR, 2 bath half of a duplex. Great investment property. One car garage. Quiet, dead end street. Great price!
Looking for room and affordable price? This is it. 3 B/R 2 Bath home situated on 1.37 acres. Large kitchen that opens to the family room w/ﬁreplace. Formal D/R and L/R. Roomy Master suite w/bath. Separate laundry room and computer room/ofﬁce. Nice rural location. Call Today!
3BR/2.1 Bath Townhouse on the golf course & pond. Brand new heat pump. Great Investment!
MLS#93879 Tina Mills 252-6175564
MLS#91364 Angela Mills 252-559-1933
MLS#87233 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
Call the Tyson Team
1506 Benﬁeld Ave. ~ $89,900
MLS#93353 Angela Mills 252-559-1933
MLS#94135 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
2705 Trent Road ~ $94,900 Reduced! Great basic or starter home. Lots of potential to be worth much more in future. Zoned for business/commercial. Additional 300 sq. ft. not heated with central heat. Also enclosed front and back porch not included in sq. ft.
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6113 Gondolier Drive ~ $119,500
202 Esquire Court ~ $124,900
Incredible deal on this brick ranch offering 3BR/2BA with updated ﬂooring & roof shingles! Spacious LR with gas f/p open to Dining. Fully appointed kitchen & sep laundry. Tiled Carolina Rm accesses wood deck & overlooks private back yd. Excellent curb appeal. Move-in ready! This one won't last long
Cute 2BR/2BA home which is a part of River Bend. Kitchen Appliances & Home Warranty. Relax in the nice screened porch. You can own this home with all the Great "First Time Home Buyer" Loan Opportunities. Progress Energy Electricity & Much More!!
MLS#94053 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315
MLS#91296 Johnnie Bunting 252-671-0414
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MLS#93348 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904
1605 St. Delights Church Road ~ $125,000
www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#93613 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
Comfortable 3 bedroom/1 bathroom home located in the county. New roof, fresh paint, new HV/AC, pine floors, new light fixtures, dimensional shingles & new windows. Tideland electric.
156 Jer Mar Drive ~ $125,000 Beautiful granite countertops throughout this lovely remodeled home minutes from Cherry Point. New cabinets & stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. New wood flooring in the living area & ceramic tile in bathrooms. All bedrooms have walk-in closets. Large fenced in rear yard. Great Buy
MLS#89199 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
1813 Tryon Road ~ $105,000 DEGRAFFENRIED 4 B/R 2 BATHS. NEEDS TLC. CALL “THE TYSON TEAM”
MLS#86574 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#91853 Johnnie Bunting 252-671-0414
2211 Woodland Ave. ~ $89,900
3BR/2BA home with large fenced yard, county taxes only, Brinson School District! You can own this home for less than rent with the special loans available that include down payment assistance to qualiﬁed Buyers. Old Cherry Pt. Rd, Gibbs Rd, Rawley, to Stadiem.
MLS#93187 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
3 Bedroom/1 Bath. Renovated, older home in great location. Near downtown and mall. New wiring, heating, plumbing, carpet & paint.
MLS#90627 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
A brick 3bdrm/2bath home on a quiet cul-de-sac. On over a 1/3 Acre. Family rm. not in SQ Ft. All work has been done inside and yard in April 2014. House shows well. Home Warranty for buyer. Fenced back yard.
3032 Potters Hill Road ~ $89,900 Lovely country home situated on 1 acre! 3 C/R, 2 Bath, large eat-in kitchen, separate laundry room, 2 car garage. Deck off back. Call today!
205 Stadiem Drive ~ $104,900
2406 Educational Drive ~ $84,900
Nice Duplex w/ large Living Room and Bedrooms. Fenced Backyard. Close to schools, shopping and medical facilities.
105 Scammozzi Drive ~ $125,000 Arcadia Village. Nice & comfortable 3 BR, 2 BA home with granite countertops, marble mantle, gutters plus more.
www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#92920 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
152 Corinth Drive ~ $134,900 Lovely ranch style home on corner lot. Living room features vaulted ceiling and gas log ﬁreplace with marble surround. Granite countertops and breakfast bar in kitchen. Carolina Room. Fenced rear yard with patio.
MLS#80119 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
125/127 Mourning Dove Trail ~ $135,000
Duplex in Trapper's Creek. One side is leased. Great investment property. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#92613Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
195 Campbell Road ~ $136,900 3BR/2 Bath mobile home on 6.71 acres in Vanceboro. 2 stall horse barn & 2 outbuildings. Large screened porch. Also includes additional lot. MLS#93879 Tina Mills 252-6175564
MLS#93290 Rowland Bowen 252-259-6904
Real Estate Services, Inc.
MLS#93059 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
93 Shoreline Drive ~ $150,000 A magnificently maintained home on the golf course in River Bend with big bedrooms, bright living areas & a .5 mile from marina. Large eat-in kitchen w/great cabinet space & pantry. The sunroom & dining room feature beautiful hardwoods while having views of the golf course. Relax in fenced backyard.
207 Forest Oaks Drive ~ $149,900 Nice 3 bedroom house near Riverbend area w/no city taxes & easy to maintain. Quiet neighborhood. Carolina Room w/Patio. Vinyl maintenance. siding and easy
MLS#93581 Phyllis Mento 252-447-4477
MLS#89791 Patty Douglas 252-670-6100
106 Luke Lane ~ $145,000
Beautifully Maintained Custom Built Home. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths
104 Bayswater Court ~ $145,000 Great little house with an open ﬂoor plan. Excellent condition. 2 car garage. Deck. Quiet cul-de-sac street. 3 BR/2 baths.
604 Creekwood Drive ~ $154,900
202 Randomwood Lane ~ $155,900
Nice 3 BR/2BA home on large wooded lot across the street from West Wilson Creek. Home needs some TLC. Inside has built-in bookshelves & cabinets in living room, nice size laundry room & more! Has detached workshop. Wooden back porch. Duke/Progress Energy
Don't let the age fool you! This home has been tastefully updated with appliances, ﬂooring, paint (in/out); shingles, HVAC and curb appeal! Fenced back yard with view to golf course. Relax on the back porch or enjoy gardening. This is a move-in ready, must see home!
www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#94008 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#93731 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315
EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
108 Education Lane ~ $158,500 Renovated 3 Bedroom 2 Bath home in Westbrook with large yard. Upgrades include new granite countertops and tiled floors in kitchen. New lighting throughout and new Mento front entrance door. Real Estate MLS#92811 Phyllis Mento 252-447-4477 Services, Inc.
Located on a cul-de-sac in Fox Hollow, this brick home features a LR/Dining room with a fireplace. Fenced backyard. Nice storage building. Wooded lot and patio. This well kept home has plenty of space for kids and is close to schools.
MLS#93984 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 or 252-670-2440
MLS#90930 Jack Morton 252-259-4736
MLS#92835 Bruce Birnbaum 252-229-9160
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3249 Austin Avenue ~ $203,750 The "St. Andrews" plan. Large open floor plan, 9' ceilings downstairs, large kitchen w/island and pantry, owner's suite w/separate tub and shower, loft area could be 4th bedroom, 2-10 warranty, stainless steel appliances. MLS#93969 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529
107 Culpeper Road ~ $205,500 Stately home tucked in the trees on large lot with mature landscaping. Covered front porch and back deck for relaxing outside. Formal entry with pocket doors to living room. Formal dining room with chair rail leads to the kitchen with island work station. Cozy breakfast nook for morning coffee.
MLS#93633 Kelly Latimer 252-649-4620
MLS#92578 Kathleen Fleming 252-671-0456
MLS#92266 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 or 252-670-2440
MLS#93736 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734
2015 Hoods Creek Drive ~ $224,000 Just minutes to downtown New Bern and easy access to Cherry Point and Jacksonville. Well maintained home. New roof and heat pump recently. Large living room with fireplace. 2 car garage with side entry. Room over garage could be a 4th bedroom. All appliances convey.
1250 Pine Valley Drive ~ $215,000 This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths & a beautiful yard, new Heat Pump in 2011, new shingles in 2010. Great deck w/ pergola & fan. Sealed crawlspace.
228 Pinewood Drive ~ $209,900 Immaculate brick ranch on quiet corner lot near Marina and Golf.Bright open floor plan, spacious living room has vaulted ceiling.Master BR has huge walk in closet. Roomy efficient kitchen with granite countertops.Sunny Carolina Room looks through to screened porch.Skylights add soft natural light.
4142 Cinnamon Run ~ $199,900 Under Construction - Affordable living in the popular Bayberry Park neighborhood with all the Carolina Colours amenities to enjoy.
MLS#89309 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#87694 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
605 Pinetree Drive ~ $200,000 5 B/R 3 Bath Home Close to Hospital & Shopping. Presently Under Lease. Great Investment.
3908 Harkers Way ~ $199,900 Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA townhome in Carolina Colours with wrap around porches. Features include: granite countertops, custom cabinets, high ceilings, gas logs, stainless steel appliances, detached garage & more!! This is the pick of the litter! Move-in ready!!! MLS#93318 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
1236 Pine Valley ~ $199,000 Outstanding 3 B/R 2 Beth brick home in Greenbrier subdivision. First floor master suite. Unfinished FROG. Nicely landscaped with large screened porch and deck. Priced to sell!
105 Turnberry Road ~ $198,500
www.tysonhooksrealty.com MLS#93975 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#88678 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529
Excellent 2 BR/2BA Trent Woods townhome. Piedmont gas & duke/progress energy. No yard work!! Has vaulted ceilings, nice size living room, private back patio, large master bedroom & spacious garage with custom cabinets!
3276 Austin Avenue ~ $192,000 The "St. Andrews" plan. Large open floor plan with 9' ceilings downstairs. Formal dining with Wainscotting, engineered hardwood in foyer and dining, large kitchen with island and pantry. Loft area could be 4th bedroom. Laundry room with drip dry area, rear fence.
MLS#92832 Bruce Birnbaum 252-229-9160
4146 Cinnamon Run ~ $197,000 Under Construction - Affordable living in the popular Bayberry Park neighborhood with all of the Carolina Colours amenities to enjoy!
MLS#90948 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#93091 Suzy Edington 252-670-2440
MLS#91878 Linda Wahnsiedler 252-670-2734
3000 Brices Creek Road ~ $185,000 Spacious 7 BR / 4 Bath home currently being used as a group home facility. Fenced in large lot w/ 1.15 ac. Close to Croatan National Forest. MLS# 90948 www.tysonhooksrealty.com
305 Rockledge Road ~ $184,900
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on 5th fairway of River Bend Golf Club. Just right for you!
MLS#88591 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
101 Plantation Drive ~ $175,000
23 Pier Pointe ~ $174,500 Nice home in immaculate condition ready to move in. Glassed-in rear porch. Quiet area. Convenient. No yard work. Includes boat slip. 6 Paddle fans. Old fashioned attic fan.
Solid brick ranch on beautiful golf course lot. Spacious rooms.Eat-in kitchen.Formal DR with Pocket Doors. Very large Living Room w/fireplace and lots of glass. Screened porch. Master opens to deck overlooking parklike setting. Inspection repairs completed. New carpet. New vinyl. Fresh paint.
MLS#87635 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529
3201 Buttercup Court ~ $171,950 Seagrove - Great open floor plan with nice size rooms. Kitchen island w/pantry closet, dining area off kitchen, mudroom/laundry room, 9' ceilings, covered rear porch, rear fence. Very nice new home located on a quiet cul-d-sac, close to Creekside Elementary School. Ask about seller incentives.
MLS#94076 Bob Bartram 252-636-7313
MLS#91618 Kelly Latimer 252-649-4620
MLS#92731 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
105 Counts Court ~ $169,900
3 bedroom 2 bath home with 2 car garage in Kings Row. Property features an inground pool and large outdoor area to lounge around the pool. Fresh Paint and much more.
312 Rockledge Road ~ $159,900 Loads of Curb Appeal! Spacious 4 BR brick home with eat-in kitchen area, family room with brick fireplace, large back deck, storage shed in fenced back yard, and newer roof! Skylight in kitchen, awning on back deck, newer HVAC system, vinyl replacement windows. Great home to grow in!
2105 Fox Horn Road ~ $159,900
127 Quail Woods Drive ~ $165,000
Lakefront 3 B/R 1 bath brick home on one acre of land. Beautiful views. H
4209 Yarmouth ~ $159,900 3 bedroom 2 bath home sits on corner lot and has outbuilding for storage, house in excellent condition. Driveway and attached garage in back. Security system. 12 x 12 deck.
3247 Austin Avenue ~ $235,500 The "Grand". Large open floor plan. Close to Creekside Elem School, shopping, MCAS Cherry Point, and the beach. Master bath w/garden tub, 5' shower, luxury vinyl tile flooring. 2 gas furnaces split system 13 SEER with two 2.5 ton a/c units. Opt 5th bedroom. MLS#92635 Lawrence Land Company® 252-447-1529
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1011 Yacht Court ~ $245,500 4 BR 3 BATH w/ FROG in Fairfield Harbour. Carolina Room. Split bedroom floor plan. Rinnai hot water heater. Circular drive plus more bells & whistles. Water view & water access. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#90725 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
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Beautifully remodeled home in downtown historic New Bern! New from the studs in & up! Live downtown and enjoy all the modern conveniences of a newer home! Family Room could also serve as 1st Floor Master with full bath! King Strand Hardened Bamboo & tile floors! Oak & Pine sub-floors. Must See!!
MLS#90695 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#94027 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315
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IM 4414 Cobblestone Alley ~ $342,000
202 Dobbs Spaight Road ~ $329,000
105 Captains Cove ~ $329,900 Newly renovated waterfront home. 2600+ SF. 4 Bedrooms, 3 baths. Huge master suite & garage addition in 2009. Garages hold 6 cars, boat, or fun space. Deep water dock. Gorgeous kitchen.
Charming cottage style home w/Rotunda foyer. Open floor plan. Beautiful wood trim detail throughout. Well designed kitchen w/granite island. Built-in desk/ hutch off kitchen. Gladiator garage system (except tools/hooks). Invisible fence. 3-season porches enclosed.
MLS#92996 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#84023 Patty Douglas 252-670-6100
MLS#93150 Joyce Costello 252-229-4980
306 Mellen Court ~ $379,900 Escape to your private oasis within Taberna. Enjoy 2+ acres and private boat dock on Brice's Creek, 5 minutes from historic district of New Bern and 15 minutes from MCAS. Beautiful open split floor plan with hardwood floors in living areas, tile baths, custom cabinets. ALSO LISTED FOR RENT.
MLS#92177 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054
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210 Nydegg Road ~ $439,000
1001 Coopers Court ~ $429,500
2311 Oakview Drive ~ $437,000 ELEGANT custom home in established neighborhood on over 1 acre! 5 spacious BR's/3.5BA's, Great RM & Fam RM with F/P's, office/study, gourmet kitchen, Loft, FROG & sep laundry! Beautiful patio/deck & screened porch. Perfect home for large family that loves to entertain at a FANTASTIC price! MUST SEE!
Spacious, well-designed Zaytoun custom home. Vaulted ceilings and gleaming hardwood floors in living areas. Views of 6th fairway of Taberna golf course from screen porch & deck. Granite throughout. Four large bedrooms & four full baths plus bonus room. 2.5 Car garage. LIKE NEW CONDITION. MUST SEE.
MLS#92473 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#94168 Darlene Boyd 252-617-7315
MLS#93925 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054
215 Change Street ~ $468,000
Exceptional Colonial home in Trent Woods w/ 4 fireplaces, 3 BR's and 2.5 Baths situated on quiet neighborhood on corner lot. Williamsburg designed w/ private and beautiful yard.
MLS#92604 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#91343 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
1804 River Drive ~ $400,000 River life at its best. 4 B/R 3 Baths. Granite, stainless, hardwood, plus more. Awesome views.
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116 Covey Court ~ $388,000 4BR/3BA Home on Lake w/in-ground pool. Brick, custom built home overlooking beautiful Lake, fishing is good, on a cul-de-sac. Carolina room overlooking pool and lake w/ tile floor. Split Floor Plan. Well designed, lots of privacy. With breathtaking view of lake. A home for relaxation and friends. Kitchen is sleek and well organized. Home Warranty for the Buyer.
3107 Coriander Drive ~ $380,000 -CONVENIENCE- PRIVACY-SPACEA 3 or 4 BdRM, 3 Bath Home with Apx 3490 Sqft. A 3 Zone Florida Heat Pump System. 3.5 Acres with a 45’x 60’ bulk-headed Pond. 3 Car garage. A lovely, impressive, and a very livable family home. All Formal areas. Split Bdrm design. Home Warranty. MLS#90035 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
102 Barkside Lane ~ $374,900
This is a lovely impressive unique home with unusual height and detailing. A 4 BdRm & 3 bath home with tray ceiling, crown molding and hardwood floors. All Formal areas. A stunning Kitchen with work Island, recessed lighting, plenty of cabinets and breakfast bar & generous family eat-in space. MLS#92131 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
208 Columbine Crossing ~ $349,900 This house is a designer's delight! Think of your house with: Palladian windows, plantations shutters, crown and chair rail, tray ceiling, cathedral ceiling, paddle fans, large walk-in closet, dentil molding, ceramic tile floors, hardwood floors, pocket door. Gen. Traw with 7 stations. Green House MLS#92131 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
513 Metcalf Street ~ $325,000
1903 Home w/a view of the Neuse. 4 B/R 3 Bath home w/beautiful front porch w/mosaic tile encased w/stately bannister . Beautiful woodwork, 7 fireplaces, pocket doors, extensive woodworking.
Governor's Mills Area. Immaculate custom built 3 B/R, 2.5 BA brick home in quiet area on cul-de-sac. Downstairs master, open floor plan & bonus room. Features are too numerous to list here.
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212 New Street ~ $309,000
101 Barkside Lane ~ $300,000 Upscale 4 B/R 3.5 Bath home in Hunters Ridge. Desirable location. Above-ground swimming pool. Updated country french kitchen. Bonus room plus more. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com Call the “Tyson Team”. MLS#89958 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
MLS#93294 The Bartram Team 252-636-7313 & 252-670-2440
126 Southern Hills Drive ~ $280,000 Open, airy, overlooks 13th Fairway of Emerald. Kitchen flows into Family Rm w/natural gas firepl & wall of windows. Master BR w/tray ceiling has ample room for king bed & opens onto screen porch. 2nd BR w/private sitting area will charm any guest. Rinnai,Kit appl. 2013, HVAC 2010,Hdwd kit,FR,DR,LR.
6117 Castleton Court ~ $279,000 Beautiful 3 BR/ 2.5 bath waterfront home in Fairfield Harbour. New floors, paint. Stainless appliances. Beautiful pool w/ large deck. Dock w/ electric & water. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com Call the “Tyson Team”. MLS#91215 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
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101 Fern Court ~ $274,900 A 4 Bdrm and 3 Bath home on a cul-de-sac in Reedy Creek Subdivision. On over 1/2 acre lot with fenced backyard. Gas heat, gas stove, Corian countertops, wood floors and large Master Bedroom on the ground floor. Master Bath has His/Her sinks,a jetted tub, tiled floor and separate shower. Home Warranty. MLS#90817 Barry Evans 252-259-5076
MLS#92680 Jack Morton 252-259-4736
125 Geneva Road ~ $264,500
Beautifully landscaped yard with sprinkler system front & back. All brick home has 3BR, 2BA & large finished FROG. Features a Rinnai unlimited hot water system, vaulted ceiling in family room & tray ceiling in Master BR. Also has a large screened porch. HVAC Natural Gas & kitchen appliances are new.
920 Dorset Way ~ $249,999 Comfortable Zaytoun built 3 BR/2BA home inTrent Woods. Has bookshelves, tray ceilings, screened porch and deck, FROG that can be used as a bedroom, hardwood floors & more! Natural gas available. www.tysonandhooksrealty.com MLS#94013 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
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Lovely historic home. Many custom features. Gourmet kitchen, granite countertops. Living room, dining room, family room, screen porch, brick patio & garden. Master suite with whirlpool bath and private porch. 3 BD, 2-1/2 BA. Turn key condition!
Gorgeous Contemporary Home situated on a high parcel overlooking the wonderfully scenic Trent River.Bright, Cheerful Open floor plan with ample space for family and pets. First floor perfect for extended family living. Beautifully Landscaped by one of New Bern's Master Gardeners
4503 Carteret Drive ~ $719,000 Incredible 4 BR, 3.3 Bath brick home on the 5th hole of NBG&CC. Unbelievable "ensuite". Features are too numerous to list. Call for showing.
MLS#93761 Nancy Hollows Real Estate® 252-636-3177
MLS#93254 Kathleen Fleming 252-671-0456
MLS#92769 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
260 Shoreline Drive ~ $619,000
661 Hanes Farm Road ~ $1,250,000
LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION - 3.5+/- acres of the "Hanes Farm" is now available. Located on the beautiful Trent River across from NBGCC & EC Yacht Club. This large waterfront will serve as your little bit of heaven. THIS PROPERTY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF! All measurements are approx.
MLS#85170 Tyson & Hooks Realty 252-633-5766
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2409 Grace Avenue~$220,000 Medical/Dental Building. Ample Parking. Terrific Location. Close to Everything Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766
800 Cardinal Drive~$450,000 Ideal location for medical or other business. 17 Offices/5 Bathrooms/Reception Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766
1425 #7 Glenburnie Rd. ~$65,000
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Nice brick office complex w/ multiple offices, reception area, admin office, bathroom. Owner financing available. Can be leased for $750/ month w/option to buy. MLS#92352
Call Celia Rolison 252-635-5640
Tyson & Hooks Realty~(252) 633-5766
3709 TRENT ROAD/FORMERLY THE “ICE HOUSE” HIGH TRAFFIC LOCATION/GREAT OPPORTUNITY Listed by:Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .............................................................................................................................. $194,900 3940 MLKING BLVD./1 AC. CLEARED CORNER LOT ZONED C-3/ CITY WATER & SEWER AVAILABLE/231 FT. OF FRONTAGE HWY 17 S Listed by:Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .............................................................................................................................. $275,000 3540 ML KING BLVD./.99 AC. NEXT TO BOWLING ALLEY HIGH VOLUME TRAFFIC HIGHWAY Listed by:Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..............................................................................................................................$295,000
Lots & Land Lots of wide open space for sale
100 Hawthorne Court, Havelock $16,500 MLS#92804
BEST BUY AROUND! Invest or build your new home! Lovely corner lot in pocket neighborhood of Westbrooke. Duke Energy. Nancy Hollows Real Estate (252) 636-3177
925 Sea Holly/Water Access/ Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766................................. $5,000 1607 Caracara/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..................................................... $11,900 1023 Barkentine Drive/FFH Lot w/Pond ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766..........................................$24,900 5919 Santo Domingo Court/Fairfield Harbour ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ................................$39,900 903 Hampton Way/Lakefront/Trent Woods ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766......................................$40,000 3 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..........................................................................$54,900 2 Old Airport Road ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..........................................................................$56,900 105 Knotline Rd. Lot 177/Wooded River Bend lot with 128ft of canal front ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines • (252) 636-7313................$64,900 5708 Gondolier Dr. FFH - Creek Front w/dock ~ Listed by: Suzanne Edington Century 21 Zaytoun Raines • (252) 670-2440................$115,000 1221PineValleyDr.GreenbrierWaterfronton18thholeof theEmerald~Listedby:BobBartramCentury21Zaytoun-Raines•(252)636-7313.............$135,000 6102 Cassowary/FairField Harbour Waterfront ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................. $175,000 111 Brugg Court Waterfront Taberna lot with over 120ft of deep water on Brices Creek ~ Listed by: Bob Bartram Century 21 Zaytoun-Raines • (252) 636-7313 ..... $187,000 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #2-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................$229,900 Waterfront Lot/A Street/Bridgeton #3-REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................$249,900 811 B Street/Bridgeton/Perfect Riverfront Setting ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 .......................... $275,000 128 Johnson Point Road/Neuse River REDUCED ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ......................... $279,000 661-2 Hanes Farm Road/1.85Acres, 160’ on the Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ..................... $599,000 661 Hanes Farm Road/3.5 +/- ac. Trent River ~ Listed by: Tyson & Hooks Realty • (252) 633-5766 ............................. $1,250,000 EACH OFFICE IS INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
Pecan Grove Apartments
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1731 Elmwood St. All appliances w/ washer/dryer connections
Tryon Park Townhomes
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1-3 Bedrooms ~ $475 to $595
2 Bedroom ~ 1 Bath
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Duplex with Progress/Duke Energy, Washer/Dryer hookups, Appliances
2 BR 2 BA
overlooks golf course, screened back porch, dishwasher & dryer
FAIRLAWN 317 Woodhaven Drive
3 BR 1.5 BA
Beautiful kitchen with extra cabinets, Fenced yard and small pet friendly.
103 Counts Ct.
3 BR 2 BA
Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
201 E. Camp Kiro Road
Open Floor Plan
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$1400 FAIRFIELD HARBOUR Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
1423B S. Glenburnie Rd. L 800 sq. ft. CIA
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$665 Month High Traffic Area- 1 Unit Available
Spacious Garage. Home on beautiful wooded lot outside of town
$1500 5 Bedrooms ~ 2.5 Baths
Laminate wood floors, granite, countertops, FROG, gas heat, Rinnai hot water heater
Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
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Trent Self Storages Glenburnie Mini Storage Craven Maxi Storage Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. South Jimmies Creek Dr.
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Price $500 Sq. Ft. Range 700 to 1536
JIMMIES CREEK OFFICE COMPLEX
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Sq. Ft. $8-$10 Sq. Ft. BERN SQUARE SHOPPING CTR Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
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2000 sq. ft. $1200-$1500
BRANDYWINE SHOPPING CENTER Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
3 BR 2 BA
with Carolina Room. Fenced yard and double car garage. Close to New Bern or MCAS Cherry Point
$1050 Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477 IA L RC E MM CO
3300 Trent Rd.
3690 sq. ft. Large reception & waiting Area. 25+/- Parking Spots
8 Offices and 2 Bathrooms Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766 IA L RC E MM CO
Omarks Square Prices Range
$750 to $1500 PER MONTH
TRENT ROAD PLAZA
2684 ML King Blvd.
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HIGH TRAFFIC AREA
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5801 County Line Road
3 BR 2 BA
2500 Trent Rd.
Large fenced yard and pet friendly. Open floor plan w/ many extras.
440 Neuchatel Rd.
Affordable office/ retail units. Call for availability
3 BR 2 BA
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107 Jacqueline Drive
Fenced backyard, Detached storage building
3 BR 2 BA
$850 Home in Trent Woods, lots of updates inside, fenced backyard, storage sheds, deck on back.
3 BR 2 BA
ARBOR GREEN WAY
Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
Owner wants long term lease! Large fenced yard with deck.
5203 Pinetree Lane
Townhome in Arbor Green Way Subdivision, upstairs loft, lots of appliances!
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Home in Taberna, Stainless appliances, Excellent home for entertaining, Carolina room.
Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
$675 RIVER BEND
3 BR 2 BA
202 Walden Court
4031 Arbor Green Way
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Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477
210 Cambridge Court
Mento Real Estate Services, Inc. 252.447.4477
CLOSE TO MCAS CHERRY POINT
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Lonnie Pridgen Real Estate 252.637.3115
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2 BR 1 BA
2 Bedroom ~ 1.5 Baths
Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
12 Pillory Cir.
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Trent Rd. 3010 Trent Road
Office Spaces on 1st & 2nd floors Lonnie Pridgen Real Estate 252.637.3115
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McCarthy Square 800 Cardinal Dr.
Real Life. Real Savings. Every Week.
mo. Professional office kitchen/breakroom plus storage.
10 Offices & 2 Bathrooms Tyson & Hooks Realty, Inc. 252.633.5766
mo. 5,000+ sq. ft. bldg w/ Reception Area
17 Offices & 5 Bathrooms
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