Vol. 72, No. 43
Serving the community of Fort Lee,Virginia, since 1941
Oct. 25, 2012
Pumpkin Pals CDC Multi-Center Hosts Its First Harvest Fest See Page 19
Fall Safety Message .......................Page 2 News Briefs.....................................Page 6 Off Duty in the Community ..........Page 7 Kenner Connection ......................Page 20 Word Search .................................Page 21 Calendar of Events................Pages 26-29
Archaeology Event Honors Past Director NCO, Soldier of the Year Named at Luncheon Page 16 Page 3
Artist Uses Art to Escape
2 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
Staying Safe Compensate for Changes in Conditions as Colder Weather Approaches Fall and winter landscapes provide glimpses of natureâ€™s beauty, but these picturesque scenes are not without risk. As we go into the fall and winter season, we must compensate for changing weather conditions and the reduction of daylight hours. When driving in these conditions, drive at appropriate speeds and turn on your headlights. Be especially watchful for joggers, troop formations, pedestrians and children playing in the housing areas. Bikers and joggers must wear reflective clothing that is visible in all directions after dusk and before dawn.
When driving in rain, fog, sleet or snow, stay within the limits of your vision. Drive slowly and increase your following distance. Your speed should be adjusted for the conditions and match the flow of traffic. As roadway conditions may vary depending on the sun, shade or roadway surface, watch for slick spots, especially under bridges and on overpasses. Be prepared to react physically and mentally. Trips should be planned to minimize travel in darkness. Be a defensive driver. Always buckle your seat belts. Donâ€™t drink and drive. Take
advantage of the designated driver program. If using a phone while driving, make sure LWLVDKDQGVIUHHGHYLFHDQGGR127WH[W while driving. We must all pledge to be more safety conscious. Assess every situation for hazards and find ways to control them. Make safety an integral part of your life. Safety is everyoneâ€™s responsibility. â€“ Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche CASCOM and Fort Lee Commanding General
Know the â€˜Insâ€™ and â€˜Outsâ€™ of ePayments UHDVRQV Â‡ 7KH\ÂśUH FKHDSHU %XVLQHVVHV VDYH RQ WKH FRVWV RI printing, processing and mailing millions of paper checks Are you ordering far fewer checks for your bank account and statements; and with first-class postage costing 45 these days? Does a roll of postage stamps seem to last a cents, customers rack up savings over time. And they save lot longer? Like most people, youâ€™re probably performing millions of tons of paper. Â‡ 7KH\ÂśUH IDVWHU %LOO SD\PHQWV IXQGV WUDQVIHUV DQG many more financial transactions electronically, either by choice or because companies and government agencies direct deposits to your bank account or prepaid card occur the same day (often instantly), versus being delayed in the have increasingly made it all but mandatory. )RUH[DPSOHPRVWJ\PVUHTXLUHDXWRPDWLFGHGXFWLRQV mail. And, if you sometimes forget to mail payments on from a checking or credit card account. Utilities, mortgage time, auto payment protects against late fees and overdraft lenders, insurance companies and others strongly charges. Â‡ 7KH\ÂśUH FRQYHQLHQW<RX FDQ FKRRVH RQHWLPH ELOO encourage electronic payments. And many states now distribute benefits like unemployment, child support and pay, where you first review your bill and then authorize disability assistance using prepaid cards instead of paper payment; or recurring bill pay, where your bills are paid automatically at a scheduled time â€“ for either for the full checks. (OHFWURQLF WUDQVDFWLRQV KDYH FDXJKW RQ IRU WKHVH amount (usually mandatory with utilities), the minimum by Jason Alderman
Commanding General ................... Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche Garrison Commander ............................ Col. Rodney D. Edge Public Affairs Officer ............................................ D.R. Bingham Command Information/Managing Editor ....... Patrick Buffett Senior Writer/Special Assignments ................ T. Anthony Bell Production/News Assistant Editor ........................Amy Perry Family/Community Life Reporter ..................................Vacant Production Assistant ................................... Kathryn C. Weigel
The Fort Lee â€œTravellerâ€? is printed by offset process every Thursday as a civilian enterprise in the interest of personnel at the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee, Va. 23801, by Military Newspapers of Virginia, 114 Charlotte Avenue Suite A, Colonial Heights, Va. 23834, in accordance with Department of the Army Regulations 210-20 and 360-1. This publication receives armed forces material and civilian newspapers are authorized to reprint VXFKPDWHULDOZLWKRXWVSHFLÂżFFOHDUDQFHH[FHSWPDWHULDOVSHFLÂżFDOO\GHVLJQDWHGDVFRS\ULJKWHG Liaison between the printer and the commanding general, Fort Lee, is maintained by the 3XEOLF$IIDLUV2IÂżFH)RUW/HH&LUFXODWLRQ7KLV&LYLOLDQ(QWHUSULVHQHZVSDSHULVDQ DXWKRUL]HGSXEOLFDWLRQ&RQWHQWVRIWKHÂł7UDYHOOHUÂ´DUHQRWQHFHVVDULO\WKHRIÂżFLDOYLHZRIQRU endorsed by, the U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee. Advertising in this publication including inserts or supplements does not constitute endorsement by the Department RIWKH$UP\RU0LOLWDU\1HZVSDSHUVRI9LUJLQLD(YHU\WKLQJDGYHUWLVHGLQWKLVSXEOLFDWLRQVKDOO EHPDGHDYDLODEOHIRUSXUFKDVHXVHRUSDWURQDJHZLWKRXWUHJDUGWRUDFHFRORUUHOLJLRQVH[ QDWLRQDORULJLQDJHPDULWDOVWDWXVSK\VLFDOKDQGLFDSSROLWLFDODIÂżOLDWLRQRUDQ\RWKHUQRQPHULW IDFWRU,IDYLRODWLRQRUUHMHFWLRQRIWKLVHTXDORSSRUWXQLW\SROLF\E\DQDGYHUWLVHULVFRQÂżUPHG the printer shall refuse to print advertising from that source until violation is corrected. The Âł7UDYHOOHUÂ´ LV DQ XQRIÂżFLDO SXEOLFDWLRQ DXWKRUL]HG E\$5 DQG SULQWHG E\ WKH 0LOLWDU\ 1HZVSDSHUV RI9LUJLQLD D SULYDWH ÂżUP LQ QR ZD\ FRQQHFWHG ZLWK WKH 8 6$UP\ &RPELQHG Arms Support Command or Fort Lee. The editorial content is prepared, edited and provided by WKH3XEOLF$IIDLUV2IÂżFHRI+HDGTXDUWHUV86$UP\*DUULVRQ)RUW/HH
payment due, or an amount you choose. You can usually have funds drawn from either your checking or credit card account (be sure to ask). Â‡ 7KH\ÂśUH VDIHU (YHQ LQ WKHVH KLJKWHFK WLPHV ROG fashioned mail theft remains a major problem. For H[DPSOH LQ PRUH WKDQ PDLOHG IHGHUDO benefit checks were reported lost or stolen and had to be replaced. That doesnâ€™t mean electronic transactions are risk-free. As with email or any kind of online activity, you should take these precautions to protect your computer (and cell SKRQH IURPEHLQJKDFNHG Â‡ 0DNHVXUH\RXUDQWLYLUXVDQGDQWLVS\ZDUHVRIWZDUH is up-to-date. Â‡ :KHQ PDNLQJ RQOLQH SD\PHQWV ORRN IRU VDIHW\ SEE ePAY, PAGE 11
Staff Sgt. Carlos Lorenzo helps his son, Derek, a 3-year-old in the preschool class, paint a pumpkin at the Harvest Fest held at the CDC Multi-Center Oct. 23. See Page 19 for more photos. Photo by Amy Perry To reach the Traveller Staff, call (804) 734-7147.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 3
Curation Facility Marks 10th Anniversary by Kathryn C. Weigel Production Assistant
Fort Lee’s Regional Archaeological Curation Facility marked its 10th anniversary Tuesday by honoring the woman who brought it into existence.
A magnolia tree was dedicated to Carol Anderson, who is now chief of the Environmental Management Office at the Directorate of Public Works. It was her efforts and foresight that made the facility possible, said guest speaker Jimmy Blankenship, historian and curator at the Petersburg National Battlefield. After describing the Civil War conflicts that took place on what is today Fort Lee, Blankenship said Anderson is responsible for the “top of the line facility” where the National Park Service and other clients store artifacts. “The battlefield’s entire museum collection, except what is on display, is stored in this building,” he said. “It it part of Carol’s legacy, and from the park’s point of view, the best part of it,” said Blankenship. When Anderson was named cultural resources manager in EMO in 1992, the first thing she
ran into – literally – was a box of prehistoric artifacts that kept her from putting her feet under her desk. Anderson’s hard work and perseverance brought the regional center into being, said Amy Wood, current cultural resources manager. Once she’d moved that box of archaeological artifacts, Anderson began studying Army regulations and archaeological surveys that had evaluated sites at Fort Lee. She tracked down post artifacts at Virginia Commonwealth University, the College of William and Mary, the Virginia Department of Historic Resources and assorted warehouses in flood-prone areas. None of the places housing bits of history found at Fort Lee met federal standards. So, it was obvious to Anderson that Fort Lee needed a proper facility for storing and studying its artifacts. The federal government requires archaeological surveys be done before construction starts on its lands. Artifacts that are found need to be stored in a facility that has climate controls, alarm and fire suppression systems and a back-up power supply, as Fort Lee’s center does. SEE RACF, PAGE 23
Directorate of Public Works employees Cori Reish, left, Colin Darby, Andrew Menefee and Alex Alvarado admire sharks' teeth that are up to 40 million years old Tuesday during the Fort Lee Regional Curation Facility's open house. PHOTO BY KATHRYN C. WEIGEL
What Rules Apply for Election Day Time Off? While the government strongly encourages its workforce to participate in the Nov. 6 Election Day activities, federal employees are reminded that administrative time off for voting is limited to a few specific circumstances. Excused absences “should rarely be needed,” noted Office of Personnel Management Director John Berry in a recent memo to installation human resource directors. “Typically, polling places throughout the United States are open for extended periods of time, and an increasing number of jurisdictions are offering early voting options,” the memo explained. “Agencies have discretionary authority to grant excused absence to the extent that such time off does not interfere with agency operations. (The head of each agency or his or her designee is also authorized) to adjust policies to circumstances as they unfold.” The memo advised agencies to consider the following guidelines when creating their policies on excused absence for vot-
ing in the upcoming election. Granting Excused Absence for Voting In areas where the polls are not open at least three hours before or after an employee’s regular work hours, an agency may grant a limited amount of excused absence to permit the employee to report for work three hours after the polls open or leave from work three hours before the polls close, whichever requires the lesser amount of time off. For example, if an employee is scheduled to work from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and his or her assigned polling place is open from 7 a.m.-8 p.m., the employee should not be granted excused absence for voting since a window of three hours is open at the end of the workday to vote. However, if an employee is scheduled to work from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and the assigned polling place is open from 6 a.m.-7 p.m. (as they are in Virginia), the employee may be granted 30 minutes of excused absence from 4-4:30 p.m., if requested. Extended Commuting Distance
If an employee’s polling place is beyond normal commuting distance and voting by absentee ballot is not permitted, the agency may grant excused absence (not to exceed one day) to allow the individual to make the trip necessary to cast a ballot. If more than one day is needed, the employee may request annual leave or leave without pay for the additional period of absence. Early Voting An increasing number of jurisdictions offer a period prior to the day of the election during which voters may cast ballots early. Some employees, such as those on alternative work schedules, may find it convenient to vote during these early voting periods. Agencies should grant excused absence for early voting only when (1) the employee will be unable to vote on the day of the election because of activities directly related to the agency’s mission (such as travel) and cannot vote by absentee ballot, or (2) early voting hours are the same as, or exceed, voting hours
on the day of the election, in which case the information provided under “Granting Excused Absence for Voting” applies. If an employee chooses to vote earlier, but the hours in which polling places are open are shorter than on Election Day, the employee is not eligible for excused absence because he or she opted to vote at that time. Also, an agency should not grant an excused absence during non-workday’s resulting from compressed or other alternative work schedules if it coincides with a day that polling places are open for voting. Additional Information For general information on federal pay, leave and work scheduling policies, visit www.opm.gov/oca/. Since policies may differ from agency to agency, employees should contact their human resources office for information on their agency’s policy on excused absence for voting. – Garrison Voting Assistance Office and Staff Reports
4 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
A Closer Look at AFAP Conference Issues by Nancy Burns Army Community Service AFAP Coordinator
Of the 16 issues and recommendations submitted for the installationâ€™s Army Family Action Plan Conference a few weeks ago, five became priority matters that were presented to Gen. Larry D. Wyche, the CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general. The details of those top issues â€“ which included special parking for expectant mothers and fixing the inconveniences of the TRICARE referral process â€“ were detailed in an Oct. 11 Fort Lee Traveller article. What happened to the other 11 issues, and why were they not prioritized? Those questions can be answered with an explanation of how the AFAP process works â€Ś volunteer conference delegates from the community discuss every issue submitted in great detail and decide which ones can reasonably be resolved if forwarded to installation or higherlevel leaders. The following is their assessment of the issues that were not discussed at the Oct. 4 out-brief. No. 1413 Barking dogs: The group chose not to prioritize this issue after speaking to subject matter experts. The Villagesâ€™ (Pinnacle Housing) lease already covers this situation. The installation noise ordinance also establishes quiet hours between 10 p.m. - 8 a.m. Sunday through Thursday and midnight - 8 a.m. Friday and Saturday. All complaints should go through the resident relations specialist. After hours, residents should call the military police desk, (804) 734-7400, so a complaint can be documented and put on the blotter. The next day, the resident should follow up with the resident relation specialist. The policy also states there is a 21-day policy to fix the problem and, after that, the Family will need to get rid of the dog or vacate on-post housing. No. 0813 On-site childcare at Kenner Army Health Clinic for parents who have appointments: During discussions with a subject matter expert, the working group learned that this matter has been explored and the Fort Lee Child Development Center cannot set up a room for that specific purpose. The CDC requires a guaranteed minimum number of children every day. Also, due to Kenner regulations, the room would have to be sterile, meaning no toys, etc. There are 10 slots available at CDC for patients with children; however, there is an hourly charge. No. 0513 Not enough automatic external defibrillators on the installation: The group chose not to prioritize this issue because there is already a plan of action concerning AEDs. Fort Lee Assistant Fire Chief Brian Harness said the department is purchasing AED equipment with endof-year funds. The goal is one unit per floor and one per 300 feet in administrative buildings on post. Currently, 218 units are in service and another 105 have been purchased at a cost of $1,500 each. Obtaining the additional 196 units needed is a priority for the Directorate of Emergency Services. Since AEDs have never been used
on Fort Lee, Harness said increased awareness and training is also a priority. No. 0113 Dog Park: A plan of action is also in place for this issue, according to Antony Nelson from FMWR. The identified obstacles include funding and finding an appropriate location. Maintenance would not be an issue, Nelson said, as long as owners take responsibility for cleaning up pet waste. No. 1113 No turn arrow at A Avenue and 34th Street traffic light: According to John Royster from the Directorate of Public Works, the traffic signal was installed when Jessep Street, was closed for construction of Army Logistics University facilities. It allowed vehicles from ALU to enter and exit the area more efficiently. Jessup Street has since opened and a new lodging facility is under construction nearby. DPW said a study will be conducted after the lodging facility opens (projected for January 2013) to determine what impact it will have on traffic patterns. This study would determine if left turn arrows are warranted per the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices. DPW will obtain a cost estimate for the study and request the funds from garrison. No. 1013 Protecting and identifying special needs Family members: The group decided not to prioritize this issue because a Prince George County Sheriffâ€™s Department program already exists and includes Fort Lee. There is no charge for this service. No. 0613 Gym hours on training holidays: According to Kyle Nelson from FMWR, Clark Gym will now be open on training holidays from 4:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. No. 0313 Army Community Service Employment Lab computers need upgrading: ACS is already working with its information technology support team to make more employment websites accessible in the employment lab. No. 1513 Soldier Support Center services provided to trainees upon arrival: The submitted issue was not specific enough to merit much discussion. Many of the situations identified were inherited by Fort Lee and are already being resolved. Subject matter expert Robert Reese said the SSC is working on an issue of miscommunication of responsibility between the S-1 office and the support center. No. 0913 Privacy fences in housing: Noting that the suggestion had already been considered, DPW subject matter expert Albert Williams said it would be too costly to fence in all of the houses on Fort Lee. In addition, it adds maintenance responsibilities to renters not desiring a fence. No. 0713 Spouses should be encouraged to in-process with their Soldier sponsors: Robert Reese from the Human Resources Department said spouses cannot be tasked to attend briefings. Furthermore, in-processing mostly involves Soldier-related paperwork that would be of no interest to the spouse. There are briefings that are more relevant to Families that spouses are already encouraged to attend. This information is included in the packets given to Soldiers and published in the post newspaper and on the Internet. The recommendation to
2011 AFAP Changes Each year, Army Family Action Plan issues that canâ€™t be resolved at a local level are pushed to higher headquarters. The following issues are accomplishments made possible by AFAP: Â‡ $QQXDO UHTXLUHPHQW IRU RIILFLDO DQG VHPL official photographs of Soldiers Â‡ 2SHUDWLRQV 6HFXULW\ 7UDLQLQJ IRU )DPLO\ members Â‡ ([SDQVLRQ RI +RPHRZQHUV $VVLVWDQFH Program Â‡ 'XUDWLRQ RI WUDQVLWLRQDO FRPSHQVDWLRQ WR months Â‡ 0HGLFDOHQWLWOHPHQWVIRUFROOHJHDJHGHSHQdent children Â‡ $GGLWLRQDO FDWHJRULHV DGGHG IRU FKLOGFDUH fees for consistency and predictability Â‡ 5HYLVLRQ RI SURFHGXUHV RQ 2&2186 RUders for initial military training Soldiers with Exceptional Family Members Â‡ &RPPXQLW\ VXSSRUW IRU VHYHUHO\ ZRXQGHG injured and ill Soldiers and Families through AW2 community support network Â‡ $YDLODELOLW\ RI VWDQGDUGL]HG UHVSLWH FDUH IRU wounded warrior caregivers Â‡ 7UDXPDWLF EUDLQ LQMXU\ UHKDELOLWDWLRQ SURgram at military medical centers of excellence Â‡ )XQGLQJIRU5HVHUYHFRPSRQHQWUHXQLRQDQG marriage enrichment classes Â‡ $GYDQFHG OLIH VXSSRUW VHUYLFHV RQ &2186 installations Â‡ &DUHHUFRRUGLQDWRUVIRU$UP\ZRXQGHGZDUriors, Family members and caregivers Â‡ (OLPLQDWLRQ RI DFWLYH GXW\ )DPLO\ PHPEHUV prescription cost share for generic medications at mail order pharmacy Â‡ 0LOLWDU\ 6SRXVH 8QHPSOR\PHQW Compensation increased from 8 to 38 states and is one of top 10 priorities of DoD State Liaison Office â€“ Army Onesource send a letter with basic post information and a welcome to post directly to the incoming spouse will be pursued. The submission also suggested a spouse orientation to post similar to the newcomerâ€™s brief that is conducted every Monday at 2 p.m. in the Soldier Support Center, Room 125. For additional information about the Fort Lee AFAP Program, visit www.leemwr.com and click on the Army Community Service link in the menu on the left side of the page.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 5
MILITARY APPRECIATION SERVICE WORK
10% OFF THURSDAYS - Military Receives Additional 10% OFF Services No other discounts apply. Must present Military ID at time of service. This offer does not include tires. We service all makes and models. Offer good until 11/30/12.
Honda would like to express appreciation to members of the U.S. Military for their service. We’re offering $500 toward the purchase or lease of a new Honda automobile through Honda Financial servicessm (HFS)**
2012 ACCORD 2012 CIVIC 2012 CROSSTOUR 2012 PILOT 2012 ODYSSEY
2100 WALTHALL CRT. DR., CHESTER, VA 23836
HURRY IN TO COLONIAL HONDA!
BUY U AMERICAN C • BUY U AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN Your Maintenance Headquarters
Oil Change, Four-Tire Rotation, 27-Point Vehicle Inspection $39.95* (with conventional oil) WE’RE MAKING FRIENDS AND SELLING CHEVYS ALL OVER THE TRI-CITIES AND CENTRAL VIRGINIA. W YOUR YOU HERITAGE CHEVROLET IS CELEBRATING OUR 30TH YEAR HERE IN CHESTER AND CENTRAL VIRGINIA.
• • • • •
Includes up to six quarts of the quality GM Goodwrench Motor Oil and AC Delco Oil Filter. Check tire inﬂation pressures and adjust as necessary* Inspect tires for damage or excess water* Rotate tires and torque wheel nuts as recommended* 27-Point Vehicle Inspection, Including: Check ﬂuid levels, check steering suspension, wiper blades, exhaust, brakes, belts, and hoses*
*More than 6 quarts of oil, balancing tires and tax extra. Excludes diesel engines, Saab and other select vehicles. Ask us about eligible vehicles. Offer ends 11/30/2012.
Your Tire Center
30-Day Tire Price Match Guarantee Suburban
• Buy select tires and if you ﬁnd a better price within 30 days of the purchase, we’ll refund the difference.* • Eligible tire brands: Michelin, Bridgestone, Firestone, Goodyear, Continental, General, Pirelli, Hankook and Dunlop. *Local competitors ad, written estimate or internet quote including freight charges for identical tire(s) required during guarantee period for price match. Excludes other GM dealers. Offer ends 11/30/2012.
Service Wild Card
Choose any service available in our Service Department. This exclusive offer not valid for insurance work, warranty, other offers or service specials. Plus tax, if applicable. Present coupon at time of service. Offer good through 11/30/2012
AT THE CORNER OF RT. 10 & “OLD #1 HIGHWAY” “We are here to earn your Business... and pledge to prove we deserve it! Your satisfaction is OUR FUTURE!” EXIT 61B OFF I-95 CHESTER, VA
Jay Burchell President
Lube, Oil and Filter Change
Service includes up to 5 quarts of conventional quality motor oil and AC Delco Oil Filter. Diesels and Synthetic/synthetic blend oil may be slightly higher. Taxes and disposal fees extra, if applicable. Present coupon at time of service. Offer good through 11/30/2012
12420 Jefferson Davis Hwy • Chester, VA 23831 804-748-6464 www.heritagechevroletrichmond.com
12420 Jefferson Davis Hwy • Chester, VA 23831 804-748-6464 www.heritagechevroletrichmond.com
Cruze and Cruze ECO
GREAT MODEL YEAR END DEALS ON ALL CHEVY’S AT CHEVY COUNTRY
1-800-394-8243 See us on the web at www.heritagechevroletchester.com A Member of the Carter Myers Automotive Family of Dealerships
WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM • WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM • WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM
BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN • BUY AMERICAN
WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM • WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM • WWW.HERITAGECHEVROLET.COM
EXIT 58 OFF I-95 AT WOODS ESGE & RUFFIN MILL ROADS
6 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
FREE EXERCISE CLASS WHEN: Thursday, October 25th TIME: 2:00pm—3:00pm WHERE: 831 Ellerslie Ave Colonial Heights, Va 23834
Muscle Strengthening for Everyday Life Taught by Certified Arthritis Foundation Instructor,
Eileen Drake This class is designed for those 50+ with arthritis or other inflammation of the joint conditions, such as fibromyalgia. All exercises help to increase participants range of motion, flexibility, and strength.
Limited Seating Available. Please RSVP to 804-524-8515 or firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted by
First Dance Reception Dances Father/Daughter Dance Mother/Son Dance
NEWS BRIEFS Catholic Services
All Saints Day masses will be held Nov. 1 to commemorate the Catholic holy day of obligation. The 11:45 a.m. and 7 p.m. masses will be at Memorial Chapel at the corner of Sisisky Boulevard and Battle Drive. Also, an All Souls Day mass will be held Nov. 2, 11:45 a.m., at Memorial Chapel. For details, call (804) 734-1437.
The annual Fort Lee Education Fair will be Nov. 14, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., at Liberty Chapel. It will provide visitors an opportunity to learn about the various academic programs offered by universities, colleges and technical schools that have partnered with Fort Lee. Information about tuition assistance and other financial aid will be available. The fair is open to community members. For details, call (804) 756-3570.
AVAILABLE FOR RENT RECEPTIONS • SHOWERS • PARTIES 1600 Sqft. Dance Floor, tables, etc.
123 Pickwick Ave. • Colonial Heights, VA
AMPLE STORAGE Your storage needs are our number one priority at Ample Storage. With our modern, state-of-the-art facility and 24 hour security surveillance available for your protection and convenience, there’s simply no substitute for our superior storage capabilities.
Business Hours: Monday-Friday: 10am - 6pm Saturday: 9am - 4pm Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
25 Years of Experience!
13 Surveillance Cameras on Site!
The Fort Lee Provost Marshal Office will hold its ninth annual turkey shoot Nov. 14, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m., at the Outdoor Recreation Trap Range. The cost is $2 for one shot and $5 for three. The Game Warden’s Office will raffle off a $500 Bass Pro gift card. Hams and turkeys will be awarded to the best shot per group. Personally owned shotguns that are registered in accordance with CASCOM Regulation 190-2 and Fort Lee Policy 08-12 are welcome. All ammunition will be supplied by the PMO. Food will be available for purchase. For details, call Game Warden Mike Johnson at (804) 652-5979.
YOUR 2ND MONTH on all Climate Controlled Units
AMPLE STORAGE 16432 Jefferson Davis Highway • Colonial Heights, VA 23834 Phone: 804-520-6977 Email: Jeffdavis@amplestoragecenter.com
Hope Now will offer mortgage help to active duty military, guard and reserve, military retirees and Fort Lee civilian employees on Oct. 30, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., at the Post Field House at the corner of 16th Street and A Avenue. The free one-day event provides an opportunity for mortgage holders to meet face-to-face with lenders. Open for discussion are short sales, interest reduction, various government programs, loan modifications, refinancing options and Servicemembers Civil Relief Act protections. Attendees should take their monthly mortgage statement, two most recent pay stubs, documentation on all income, and most recent bank statements and utility bills (showing name and address). For details, call the Housing Services Office at (804) 765-1597 or 765-1963.
Hunting season at Fort Lee will continue through
Jan. 31, 2013. All wooded and training areas are off limits without prior clearance from Range Control at (804) 765-2286 or Outdoor Recreation at 765-2212.
Kenner Army Health Clinic and Troop Medical Clinic I will be open Nov. 9, a training holiday, for patient care and closed on Nov. 12 to observe Veterans Day. TMC-II will be closed Nov. 9. Patients with medical emergencies should call 911 or report to the nearest hospital emergency room. For acute or urgent care needs on holidays and after hours, call the KAHC administrative officer of the day at (804) 734-9000 for referral authorization to visit an urgent care center.
The city of Petersburg is now operating red light traffic cameras at the intersections of Washington and Adams streets and Crater and Wagner roads. The intent is to reduce the high rate of vehicles running red lights. A grace period is in effect until midnight Oct. 31 when police will begin ticketing violators. Tickets are $50 per infraction and are sent by mail.
Students in military Families who receive report cards with an overall B average or better are eligible for rewards from the Army and Air Force Exchange Service’s “You Made the Grade” program. Rewards range from a free meal to a haircut or a magazine. Students with good grades may also register for a drawing to win an Exchange gift card. To receive the “You Made the Grade” booklet, students present their valid military identification and proof of their grades to the Exchange. They may receive a coupon package for every qualifying report card. For details, visit www.shopmyexchange.com.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service Online Savings Club offers notices of sales events, coupons and automatic entry for chances to win prizes. To join, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/ SavingsClub.
The Southside Virginia Chapter of the American Society of Military Comptrollers will meet Oct. 31, 11:30 a.m., at the Lee Club. Al Runnels, ASMC director, will speak at the luncheon. The cost is $12.50. Paid reservations are due Oct. 25. For details, call (804) 765-0800.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 7
One Word Says it All: Thanks. $500 bonus available to members of the U.S. Military Built in the USA†
Power-Folding Side Mirrors*
276 V6 Horsepower2
Heated Front Seats*
Air-Cooled Driver’s Seat*
2012 IIHS “Top Safety Pick” For the 2013 Sorento
3 2013 Sorento FWD LX 2.4L I4 A/T 36 Month Lease $2,499 Due at Lease Signing
$239 a Month
Colonial Kia (804) 431-3838
Pearson Kia (804) 965-0200
Pence Kia (804) 378-3000
Patrick Kia (804) 222-3553
†Kia Sorento is assembled in the United States from U.S. and globally-sourced parts. 1Military bonus from Kia Motors America, Inc. available to active members of the United States Armed Forces or Reserves or the immediate family of the participant (spouse or child) on purchase of a new 2012 or 2013 Sorento. Proper identification must be provided. Military bonus may not be used in conjunction with any financing through KMF, HMF, or AmeriCredit. Must take delivery from participating Kia retailer’s stock by 1/2/13. See retailer for incentive details. 2Available 3.5L V6 engine with 276 HP. 3Closed-end lease for new 2013 Sorento, model 72222 LX 2.4L A/T FWD, subject to credit tier approval, dealer participation and vehicle availability. $2,499 due at lease signing includes $239 1st monthly payment, $1,665 capitalized cost reduction, $595 acquisition fee, plus tax, title, license and registration. No security deposit required. $10,864 total lease payments. Actual payments may vary. $12,933 residual value lease-end purchase option. Lessee responsible for insurance, maintenance, repairs, $.20 per mile over 12,000 miles/year, excess wear, and $400 termination fee. MSRP for lease offer model is $23,950; MSRP for EX trim shown starts at $27,750. MSRPs include freight, and exclude taxes, title, license, registration, additional options and retailer charges. Actual prices set by retailer. Must take delivery from retail stock by 10/31/12. See retailer for lease details or go to kia.com. Lease offered through Kia Motors Finance (KMF)/Hyundai Motor Finance (HMF in MA and DC). *Optional features are not available on all trims.
8 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
NEW Hours: Sunday â€“ Thursday 5pm â€“ 12am Friday & Saturday 5pm â€“ 2am
5380 Oaklawn Blvd., Prince George, VA 23875
Free Texas Hold â€˜Em Tournaments Games at 7pm & 9:30pm
â€˘ TDY Welcome â€˘ Extended Stay Discount â€˘ Military Discount Every Day â€˘ Hot Breakfast Included with Room Stay â€˘ Free Laundry and Fitness â€˘ Center Outdoor Pool â€˘ Meeting & Banquet Rooms Available
Free Texas Hold â€˜Em Tournaments Games at 7pm & 9:30pm
MONDAY: TUESDAY: Karaoke with Rockinâ€™ Rob at 8pm
THURSDAY: Thursday Night Football with the â€œBud Light Girlsâ€? starting at 9pm Oct. 19th â€“ Spoonful Band NO COVER CHARGE starts at 9pm-12am Oct. 26th â€“ Hooahâ€™s Halloween Party featuring BUSTIN LOOSE BAND NO COVER CHARGE starts at 9pm-12am, CASH PRIZES for best dressed solo and as a couple.
NIGHTLY DINNER & DRINK SPECIALS PHOTO BY AMY PERRY
AAFES Leadership Visit
When your child is ďŹ nding it hard to cope, we are here to help.
If your child is showing signs of extreme distress, come to us. Our team of behavioral healthcare specialists provides acute care when your child is feeling overwhelmed. With our newly renovated facility and programs that meet the needs of adolescents, weâ€™re here to give young people and their families the tools needed to get through the tough times. We provide free assessments 24/7, at the regionâ€™s only freestanding psychiatric facility. And, our evidence-based program is tailored to treat patients dealing with a wide range of emotional issues.
At Poplar Springs Hospital no emergency room visit, or referral, is needed.
For more information visit poplarsprings.com, or call 804-733-6874 or 866-546-2229.
" # " !
Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Pearson, Army & Air Force Exchange Service senior enlisted adviser, answers questions from various managers of the Fort Lee Exchangeâ€™s services about how he thinks the Exchange can better serve its customers. He met with them during a visit Oct. 19 at the Main Exchange here.
PHOTO BY KEITH DESBOIS
Purple Heart Presentation Chief Warrant Officer 4 Leonard R. Levy, a CASCOM armament capabilities developer, receives the Purple Heart medal Oct. 12 from Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche, Combined Arms Support Command and Fort Lee commanding general, left, as his wife Marie helps hold the citation. Levy accepts the award for wounds received in action during Operation Enduring Freedom II. â€œThe Purple Heart is not something Soldiers desire to receive. It is earned through their actions and commitment to duty,â€? Wyche said. â€œToday, he bears the scars of war, a testament to his promise kept, (his promise) to support, defend and faithfully discharge his duties.â€? Levy was driving a High Mobility Multi-purpose Wheeled Vehicle near Balad, Iraq, on Feb. 13, 2005, when a road-side bomb detonated and caused him severe head trauma.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 9
Free Credit Score & Complimentary Credit Report Only available in stores through November 15, 2012 From now until November 15, 2012, you can take advantage of this limited-time promotion. Knowing your credit score is key to understanding your entire ﬁnancial picture. Stop by your local store today and start a conversation with a Wells Fargo banker to get your personal access code. This exclusive promotion for Wells Fargo customers provides unique beneﬁts: • Get your credit score for free (a $12 value) • Evaluate specific factors that impact your credit score • Access your full credit report at no charge • Review your credit file and see if there are any errors • An optional, personalized one-on-one meeting with a banker to discuss your credit situation For more information, visit wellsfargo.com/freecreditscore
*Wells Fargo may, at its own discretion, limit the number of unique codes and/or cancel the free credit score and complimentary credit report promotion at any time. Your credit report will look like what a lender would see if the lender obtained your credit report at the same time. Your version is formatted to be more easily understood. Your credit score could vary by lender depending on the type of scoring used. The credit score you receive in this promotion probably will not be the same as the score obtained by a lender and is for educational purposes only. © 2012 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. Member FDIC. NMLSR ID 399801
10 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
Name: Spc. Jimmy Sprouse Unit: Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 59th Ordnance Brigade MOS: 88M â€“ motor transport operator Time in service: three years Hometown: Weston, W.Va. Family: single with two children Age: 31 Describe yourself: â€œIâ€™m a people person. I like to meet new people, I like to engage in conversation with people of different backgrounds and I like trying new things.â€? Pastimes: â€œIâ€™m a volunteer ÂżUHÂżJKWHUDQG,GRWKLQJVLQWKH
community. When I go home, I usually go bow hunting and ÂżVKLQJÂ´ Dream car: â€œA 1967 Ford Mustang.â€? Pet peeve: â€œHonesty â€“ be honest no matter if it hurts the other person. If you donâ€™t say what you honestly feel, you can put people in a bad situation.â€? Talent: â€œI can pretty much adapt and overcome anything.â€? Worst fear: â€œMy worst fear right now is not being around long enough to see my kids graduate high school.â€? The one person you most admire: â€œMy grandmother. When my parents got divorced, my grandmother pretty much watched me all the time after school. We got really close watching NCAA basketball. She was passionate about it. It didnâ€™t even matter who was playing.
Once we got really close, she shared a lot of things with me about marriage, about how youâ€™re supposed to treat people, and even showed it. I hated grocery shopping with her because it was an all-day event, but now that she has passed away, I wish I could go back and relive all that.â€? One deďŹ ning moment: â€œThe change of my life would EHP\ÂżUVWGHSOR\PHQWZKLFK, did a year ago to Iraq. It basically changed the way I see the simple things we all take for granted. It also changed my relationship with my Family. I wasnâ€™t as close to them, but the deployment brought us extremely close, probably the strongest bond Iâ€™ve had in my life with my Family. It changed me as a person, a man, as a father, as a son, and it made me appreciate things. Even if I have only 10 minutes with my kids, itâ€™s 10 that I didnâ€™t have earlier.â€?
Why you joined the Army: â€œWhen the economy went bad, WKHRLOÂżHOGWKDW,ZDVZRUNLQJ in pretty much dried out. Iâ€™ve got 15 Family members who are in the Air Force and I didnâ€™t want to follow in their footsteps so I decided to join the Army.â€? What it means to be a Soldier: â€œTo me, being a Soldier is a chance to defend your country, but itâ€™s also something that teaches you discipline, the right way to handle things and provide job skills that will allow you to go on to use if you get out of the military.â€? The qualities you admire in leaders: â€œThe leaders I look up to are the ones you know who care about where youâ€™re going in your career. They try to emphasize certain areas that you need to pick up on, and they also give you tasks to complete to show you how you can lead other Soldiers in that process.â€?
The qualities you admire in your fellow Soldiers: â€œI look for people to be honest. If you have a problem, letâ€™s talk about it, and do it in a tactful way and show respect no matter who they are.â€? Best thing about the Army: â€œIf you work hard, do what youâ€™re supposed to do and youâ€™re on time, you can really move up in the system. It can also provide you with an education, leadership skills and programs that can make you a better parent, husband, etc.â€? Worst thing: â€œThere isnâ€™t anything I hate about the Army. Itâ€™s rough sometimes, but the Armyâ€™s really good. Itâ€™s done a lot for me.â€? Future plans: â€œMy ultimate goal is to stay in the military and EHFRPHDQRIÂżFHURUPDNHUDQN on the enlisted side.â€? â€“ Compiled by T. Anthony Bell
M ILITARY AN D GOVERN M ENT EM PLOYEES
DIAMOND FASHION JEWELRY
The Jewelry You Want... The Credit You Deserve.ÂŽ
SOUTHPARK MALL 804-524-0370 INSIDE USA DISCOUNTERS Crossings Shopping Center â€˘ 5285 Oaklawn Blvd. â€˘ 757-368-1800 PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE
6MM VYPNPUHS WYPJLZ 0U[LYPT THYRKV^UZ TH` OH]L ILLU [HRLU 1L^LSY` PZ LUSHYNLK [V ZOV^ KL[HPS HUK TH` UV[ HS^H`Z IL L_HJ[S` HZ ZOV^U 0[LTZ ZOV^U TH` UV[ YLWYLZLU[ P[LTZ PU Z[VJR 3PTP[LK [PTL VMMLY :LL :HSLZ (ZZVJPH[L MVY KL[HPSZ
â€” FROM PAGE 2 symbols like a padlock icon in the browserâ€™s status bar, an â€œsâ€? after â€œhttpâ€? in the URL, or the words â€œSecure Sockets Layerâ€? or SSL. Â‡ 5HYLHZ FUHGLW FDUG and bank account statements regularly and report duplicate bill payments or suspicious/unauthorized charges to the card issuer. Â‡ $VN ZKHWKHU \RXU credit or debit card offers â€œzero liability,â€? which means you wonâ€™t be responsible for unauthorized or fraudulent purchases. Â‡ 5HJXODUO\ RUGHU your credit reports from the three major credit bureaus (Equifax, Experian and TransUnion), and reYLHZ IRU HUURUV RU IUDXGXOHQW DFWLYLW\ <RX FDQ order one free report annually from each at www. AnnualCreditReport.com, or more frequently for a small fee from each bureau. Â‡ &UHDWH FRPSOH[ UDQdom passwords and change them regularly. %H D VDYY\ FRQVXPHU ZKHQHYHUXVLQJDELOOSD\LQJ VHUYLFH E\ GRLQJ WKHVH things: Â‡ $VNLIDQ\IHHVDUHLQYROYHG Â‡ %HIRUH VLJQLQJ WKH agreement, make sure you understand and accept the terms. Â‡ 7R VWRS VHUYLFH \RX must notify the merchant as well as the bank/credit card FRPSDQ\ &DQFHOODWLRQ may take a month or two to EHFRPH HIIHFWLYH VR SODQ ahead. Â‡ ,I\RXUSD\PHQWFDUG expires, the merchant will need new card information to ensure uninterrupted serYLFH Â‡ 7UDFN H[SHQVHV FDUHfully and keep your budget up to date.
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 11
ALL MILITARY APPROVED!*
ALL RANKS! $0 DOWN! CREDIT UNION FINANCING AVAILABLE! 2005-2006-2008
2005 MASE MASERATI GRANSPORT
HONDA ACCORD LX X
LOADED - ONE OF A KIND LO 29,000 Miles $ $39,000 - Only Cash or Bank Ba Checks Entertained
Cruise, Tilt, 6 Spkr Sound, CD Player, Power Windows, Locks & Doors, 46,000 Miless 2005-2008
2008 DODGE RAM 1500 QUAD CAB
NISSAN ALTIMA S & SL A/T, P/W, P/DL, Tilt, Cruise, 4 to choose from!
A/C, Power Windows, Locks, Tow Package, CD.
CHEVY IMPALAS GALORE
2006 ACURA MDX 20
From â€˜65SS to â€˜09SS 7 To Choose From Come and See Us! Miles starting at 41,000
Auto, A/C, V-6, Leather, Loaded, 51,000 Miles 2001-2008
FORD MUSTANGS GTS & Cobras 13 to Choose From!
2007 MAZDA RX-8
2009 ACURA TL POWER SUNROOF, WINDOWS, LOCKS, SEATS, LEATHER. TILT, CRUISE AND HEATED SEATS, CD.
2005 VOLKSWAGEN TOUAREG V8, Leather, Navigation, Rear A/C, Alloys, CD 61,000 Miles
2007 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LARED0
GT 6 spd., Leather, Power Sunroof, Loaded 43,497 Miles
Auto, A/C, Cruise, Tilt, Power Third Row, CD
2005 LEXUS ES300 & 2008 LEXUS ES350
2006 MITSUBISHI LANCER EVOLUTION
Leather, Sunroof, Both loaded, Miles starting from 35,000
AWD, 6 SPD, A/C, Spoiler, CD
2007 NISSAN MURANO SR
A/C, Luggage Rack, Navigation, CD
3 To Choose From!
V6, Pwr Seats, Windows, Cruise, 5 to Choose From!
5 Spd, A/C, Power Windows, Locks, Cruise, Tilt, Miles starting from 63,000
2006 CADILLAC ESCALADE ESV 4WD, Tow Package, Power Sunroof, Luggage Rack
2004 HONDA S2000 6 SPD, A/C, Alloy Wheels, CD, Spoiler
Over 200 Vehicles Available Full Service Department Call for Details and Pricing!
2008 BMW 535I 37,000 MILES OFF LEASE VEHICLE! ONE OWNER!
BMWS 325, 330, 328, 535, X5 6 TO CHOOSE FROM! 2004 and 2007
NISSAN ARMADA 4x4, 3rd Seat, Miles starting at 72,000, 2 to choose from
5151 SHORE DRIVE VADLR
12 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
Army Tries To Fill Void Left by 49th Inactivation by T.Anthony Bell 6HQLRU :ULWHU6SHFLDO 3URMHFWV
7KH 86 $UP\ )RUFHV &RPPDQG 3HWUROHXP 7UDLQLQJ 0RGXOH LV H[SHFWHG WR LQFUHDVH LWV WUDLQLQJ ORDG RYHU WKH QH[W \HDU LQ UHVSRQVH WR WKH LQDFWLYDWLRQ RI )RUW /HHÂśV WK 4XDUWHUPDVWHU *URXS )370 ORFDWHG PLOHV ZHVW RI WKH LQVWDOODWLRQ DW )RUW 3LFNHWW LV WKH WUDLQLQJ VXSSRUW IDFLOLW\ IRU WKH ,QODQG 3HWUROHXP 'LVWULEXWLRQ 6\VWHP D PHDQV RI IXHO GHOLYHU\ IURP VKLS WR VKRUH DQG EH\RQG GXULQJ FRQWLQJHQF\ RSHUD WLRQV 7KH WK ZDV UHVSRQVLEOH IRU SODQQLQJ RSHUDWLQJ DQG VXSHUYLVLQJ WKH ,3'6 %HIRUH LWV LQDFWLYDWLRQ ODVW PRQWK WKH WKÂśV ,'36 PLV VLRQ ZDV VKLIWHG WR WKUHH DFWLYH $UP\ SHWUROHXP VXSSRUW FRPSDQLHV ORFDWHG DURXQG WKH FRXQWU\ DGGLQJ D QXPEHU RI IXQFWLRQV WR WKHLU PLVVLRQ HVVHQWLDO WDVN OLVWLQJ VDLG &KLHI :DUUDQW 2IILFHU 9DXJKQ 0RVOH\WK 40 &RPSDQ\ WK &RPEDW 6XVWDLQPHQW 6XSSRUW %DWWDOLRQ D IRUPHU HO HPHQW RI WKH WK 7KH VKLIW DOVR FRLQFLGHV ZLWK DQ HYHQWXDO SHUFHQW WUDQVIHU RI WKH $UP\ÂśV SHWUROHXP IXQFWLRQ WR WKH 86 $UP\ 5HVHUYH DQG 1DWLRQDO *XDUG E\ 7KH VKLIWV KDYH FUHDWHG DQ LQ FUHDVHG QHHG IRU LQGLYLGXDO DQG XQLW WUDLQLQJ VDLG 0RVOH\ Âł,Q ILVFDO DSSUR[LPDWHO\ SHWUROHXP VXSSO\
FILE PHOTO BY T.ANTHONY BELL
6SF -DPHV 0DVRQ WK 4XDUWHUPDVWHU &RPSDQ\ ZRUNV RQ D SRUWLRQ RI WKH ,QODQG 3HWUROHXP 'LVWULEXWLRQ 6\VWHP LQ VSHFLDOLVW 6ROGLHUV UHFHLYHG WUDLQLQJ DW WKH )370Â´ KH VDLG Âł:H H[SHFW WKRVH QXPEHUV WR GRXEOH LQ WKH FXUUHQW ILVFDO \HDUÂ´ %HIRUH LWV LQDFWLYDWLRQ WKH WK UHFRPPHQGHG WR WKH 2IILFH RI 'HSXW\ &KLHI IRU /RJLVWLFV WKDW UHVSRQVLEOH XQLWV XQGHUJR ELHQQLDO WUDLQLQJ DQG FHUWLILFDWLRQ WR HQVXUH SH
WUROHXP VXSSO\ 6ROGLHUV DUH WUDLQHG WR VWDQGDUG DQG VHQLRU QRQFRPPLVVLRQHG RIILFHUV RIILFHUV DQG ZDUUDQW RIILFHUV FDQ SHUIRUP WKHLU GXWLHV DV VXEMHFW PDWWHU H[SHUWV 0RVOH\ VDLG XQLWV ZLOO OLNHO\ H[SHULHQFH VRPH FKDOOHQJ HV LQ WKH HIIRUW WR IXOILOO WKRVH UHTXLUHPHQWV Âł7KH 5HVHUYH &RPSRQHQW FRXOG KDYH GLIILFXOW\ WUDLQLQJ XS SHUVRQQHO DQG HQVXULQJ WKH\ KDYH WKH VNLOO VHWV WR FRQ GXFW WKH ,'36 PLVVLRQ LI LW KDG WR SHUIRUP LW LQ D FRQWLQ JHQF\Â´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
NOW HIRING! Easy Access to our Chester OfďŹ ce from Fort Lee!
Full Time and Part Time SALES EXECUTIVE POSITIONS
THE FORT LEE â€œTRAVELLERâ€? POST NEWSPAPER The Traveller serves the needs of our local active duty soldiers, their families, and retiree/veterans in the tri-city area. We are seeking a sales account executive to represent our newspaper and service the Tri-city market.
A successful candidate will:
pleasant, kid-oriented staff â€˘ tvâ€™s at each treatment chair quick and comfortable digital x-rays children with special healthcare needs welcome sedation services for children â€˘ free on-site parking most major insurance policies accepted (including Medicaid & Tricare)
â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘
Have a strong work ethic, and be a self motivator Manage time wisely Assist local clients with promoting their business to our military audience Sell numerous products including newspaper, online, and events (a minimum of 2-3 sales, or
Results driven and goal-oriented
similar experience needed)
Attractive compensation packages include numerous benefits and flexible schedules. All interested applicants should apply online at
www.thevirginianpilot.com\mediacompanies or contact Laura Baxter at (804) 526-8656 or fax your resume to (804) 526-8692 Job number 2675 (sales executive) Military Newspapers of Virginia, a subsidiary of Pilot Media Companies, LLC, is an equal opportunity employer.
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 13
School Redistricting Decision Clarified School redistricting was among the topics of discussion at the Oct. 9 Installation Town Hall at the Fort Lee Theater. Referencing an Aug. 23 decision by Prince George County Schools â€“ just 12 days before the start of the school year â€“ to reassign about 90 students in the Monroe Manor housing area from L.L. Beazley to South Elementary School, a concerned parent asked if the situation will be repeated next year. Particularly troublesome, the parent noted, was the fact that many did not receive actual notice until five days before the start of classes. â€œPrince George County Public Schools (the primary district serving Fort Lee) monitors student enrollment on an annual basis to ensure buildings and grounds are utilized to capacity, pupil-teacher ratios are low and consistent across all schools for academic and elective offerings, and all schools remain accredited,â€? said Prince George School Superintendent Dr. Bobby Browder. Pursuant to sections 22.1-78, 22.1-79 (8) in the Code of Virginia, â€œThe division superintendent will recommend to the board such changes in attendance areas that are necessary for the orderly operation of the schools. These recommendations will take into account the need to provide for the competent instruction of the pupils as well as transportation issues.â€? Itâ€™s not uncommon, noted Nancy Elzie, Fort Leeâ€™s school liaison officer, for districts to make student realignment decisions in the weeks before schools start if the number of end-of-summer enrollments exceed school capacity or desired student-teacher ratios. â€œAt this time, there are no plans to recommend any further changes in attendance areas (redistricting),â€? said Browder. â€œWe will continue to monitor the situation and notify parents as soon as possible if there are any future redistricting plans.â€? â€“ FMWR and Staff Reports
DIVINE FAITH MINISTRY CHURCH Non-Denominational ---- Everyone is Welcome! 2645 COUNTY DRIVE â€˘ PETERSBURG, VA 23803 (Less than 5 minutes from Fort Lee on Business Highway 460)
SERVICES SCHEDULE Sunday Worship Service .............11 am Sunday School........................9:30 am Bible Study (Wednesdays) ............7 pm
Rev. Wilbert L. Watson, Pastor and Rev. Estell Watson, Co-Pastor
Childrenâ€™s Church (Ages 3-12), Youth Ministries, Baby Dedication, and more...
Telephone: 804-943-9398 E-mail: email@example.com www.divinefaithministrychurch.com
""" ! %%% %&
$ # $
14 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
Human Element Still Most Critical Factor in Security “Loose Lips Sinks Ships” is a well known World War II slogan. The words clearly expressed what could happen if the wrong person obtained information and how it could put the Soldier in danger. The slogan is just as important today as it was then. More than ever before, protecting classified and sensitive information depends on the human element of security – our Soldiers, civilian employees and contractors. Security of our Army’s information is of the utmost importance. This includes not only classified information but sensitive information (For Official Use Only). Just because it is not classified does not mean it does not need to be protected. There is a large amount of information that, while unclassified, could still do a great deal of damage to our deploying and deployed units were it to fall into the wrong hands. Here are the do’s and don’ts of protecting information: Do not discuss classified or sensitive information in public places. The snack bar, airport or common use areas are not the place to be discussing the status of units being deployed, classified information, or new technology that is being tested. You never know who is in the next booth. Do not leave a security container unsecured and unattended. Use SF 702 to register when and who opened and closed a security container. Do not process classified information on an unclassified computer. If unclassified information is downloaded from a classified system, the diskette is considered classified
Security Tips 1. Supervisors should be aware of their responsibility to report to the security manager information that may have a bearing on an individual’s eligibility for access to classified and sensitive information. 2. Personnel responsible for any unauthorized removal or disclosure of classified information are subject to severe sanctions. 3. FOUO documents and material will be encrypted prior to transmission. 4. Do not put combinations to security containers in your desk, purse or wallet. Memorize! and should be labeled and protected at the secret level. Do not use this diskette in an unclassified computer. If classified information is found on unclassified computer, do not delete, but notify the organization security manager immediately. Do not take classified information home. Unless you have a GSA approved container located in your home, taking classified information home to work on is not permitted. Sleeping with it under your pillow is not an option. 'R not hand carry classified information unless
absolutely necessary. Electronic means (secure fax, secure telephone, or SIPRNet) will be used whenever possible. Do maintain control of classified information at all times. Classified information/equipment will not be left unattended, even for a short time. Keep the SIPRNet lock box secured and classified laptop stored in security container when not in use. Do report all security incidents. The quicker an incident is reported the quicker action can be taken to minimize damage to national security. Do include all required markings on classified and FOUO documents, removable media and briefings. Markings identify at what level the information should be protected, as well as downgrading instructions. Do destroy classified and sensitive paper, diskettes and other classified waste properly. If your organization does not have an approved shredder for the destruction of classified paper waste, contact the Security Office to use the disintegrator. Diskettes can be destroyed by first scratching both surfaces, then breaking into small pieces. Do practice good security awareness. Security is everyone’s responsibility. For more information contact the organization security manager or Mary Stanley, installation security manager, at (804)734-6412. – DPTMS
Ford 2012 FORD F-150
ARMED FORCES APPRECIATION SALE! 2013 FORD EXPLORER
SAVE UP TO
SAVE UP TO
w/Active Military ID!
2012 FORD FUSION
w/Active Military ID!
w/Active Military ID!
2012 FORD FOCUS SAVE UP TO
SAVE UP TO
4,000 OFF MSRP
w/Active Military ID!
800.716.1275 • Jeff Davis Highway & Rt. 288 • Haleyford.com *All Discounts Include All Rebates Plus Title, Tax, Tags and $399 Processing Fee; We do not add Freight. Must present Active Military ID at time of purchase. May include retail trade-in assistance and financing through FMCC for 2012 F-150, Fusion, Focus & 2013 Explorer. Excludes Ford Fusion Hybrids. $16.67 per $1,000 financed through FMCC with approved credit.
HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM
HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM
HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM
HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM • HALEYFORD.COM
FMWR Brings Laser Tag to Fort Lee Production/News Assistant Editor
A new outdoor laser tag arena is set to open Friday at the Outdoor Adventure Park, near Nowak Stadium on C Avenue. The venue – the only outdoor one in the greater Richmond area – provides fun for users aged and up, said Matthew Haug, FMWR recreation specialist. “We wanted to create something that could draw in all groups,” said Haug. “This activity will be fun for service members, as well as their Families. Outdoor laser tag can also be a great team building exercise.” A major difference between inside and outside laser tag arenas is the atmosphere. “There are no fog machines, flashing lights or crazy sounds,” said Haug. “Laser tag is a pursuit game, and the object of the game is to tag other players. “We wanted to bring in something similar to Call of Duty, but where people are actually on the move,” he continued. “It’s designed to get your adrenaline pumping and your brain thinking.” The cost is 12 per person for three games, and group rates are available to groups of eight or more. All games must be purchased and used during the same visit. All equipment is supplied by the Outdoor Adventure Park. Patrons can pay with cash or credit cards. Outdoor Laser Tag is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 3:30-7 p.m., and Saturdays and Sundays, noon - 6 p.m. It is closed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and federal holidays. For details, call (804) 76-2212.
RIVER’S BEND CHILDREN’S CENTER Half-day Programs for Pre-School & Junior Kindergarten Full- Day Programs for Infants – Junior Kindergarten Before /After School Programs • Enon Elementary, Elizabeth Scott & Marguarite Christian Elementary
Computers • Secure, Loving Environment State Licensed • Professionally Staffed Nationally Accredited • Video Monitoring Now Accepting NACCRRA Families 804-530-5600 • 12201 KINGSTON AVE • In River’s Bend (Youth Center) 804-530-1256 • 120 WEST HUNDRED ROAD (Pre-School Center) www.childcareinchesterfield.com
LIFE / YOU ONLY GET ONE PParh rham mD Docto oc rs’’ & Retreat eat D Doctor ctors’ s aare s’ re caampuuse ses es ooff Hen enr eenri n coo Docto o toors oc rs’ s’ Hosp H itall / Chhipppenha Ho enham m & John John hhnnston toonn--W -Wi -Wil Wilillis W l Hosp Hospital italss aare campus mpu es of of CJJW Meedic ddica di icaal C ic Cente nte nt ter er
by Amy Perry
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 15
PINK RIBBON TEA AND FASHION SHOW Sunday October 28, 2012 2 pm – 4 pm
Please join us for a celebration of breast cancer survivors. The event will feature survivor stories, educational speakers, music and the latest fashions modeled by cancer survivors. Participants are encouraged to get into the spirit by wearing their fancy hats and gloves. (Optional) The speaker will be Elizabeth Carter RN, OCN, Nurse Navigator, JRMC. THE EVENT IS FREE BUT RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED BY CALLING 804-320-DOCS (3627).
Hilton Garden Inn 800 Southpark Blvd. Colonial Heights, VA 23834 Light refreshments and tea will be served.
CHIPPENHAM / HENRICO DOCTORS’ / JOHN RANDOLPH / JOHNSTON – WILLIS / PARHAM DOCTORS’ / RETREAT DOCTORS’
16 • TRAVELLER • October 25, 2012
October October 25, 25, 2012 2012 • • T TRAVELLER RAVELLER • • 17 17
(LEFT) Staff Sgt. Matthew Senna and his wife, left, and Sgt. Saral Shrestha and his wife pose for a photo after being names NCO and Soldier of the Year at a Sergeant Major of the Army Best Warrior Competition Awards Luncheon in Washington, D.C. (FAR LEFT,TOP) Shrestha drags a 180-pound dummy in the stress fire lane that was part of the Oct. 17 BWC Warrior Task and Battle Drill event at the Fort Lee Range Complex. (FAR LEFT, BOTTOM) Senna sets his compass in preparation for the Oct. 16 land navigation event at the range.
Kenner Medics Lend Skills in Support of Best Warrior and the environment – screaming and moaning role players, and ghastly wounds – was nothing short of chaos. Dixon complimented the competitors for keeping their composure Each fall for the past nine years, military and civilian em- under stressful and realistic conditions and performing at ployees throughout Fort Lee have teamed up to support the their best or, in some case, far better than expected. Sgt. Laura Gonzales from the Family Medicine Clinic Department of Army Best Warrior Competition – an event that brings 24 of the service’s top Soldiers together to test said the warriors were graded on proper placement of a comtheir military skills and mettle in a series of challenges that bat application tourniquet, bandaging wounds, single person carry or movement of patient to a casualty collection point exude the highest Army standards. and proper documentation Kenner Army Health of an injured Soldier. Clinic is among the support“The competitors did a ers. Its role was apparent at great job focusing despite a mass-casualty event durtheir surroundings,” she ing the wee morning hours said. “In situations like this, of Oct. 17 in an area near the the training Soldiers rePost Field House. Thirteen ceive does become almost experts from the KAHC like breathing. As a medic, Medical Company graded I know that the injured perthe competing Soldiers and son’s life is in my hands. NCOs as they performed There isn’t anyone else there first aid on role players with to help him. During pre-dea wide variety of simulated ployment training, I heard injuries. and saw all of the explosions Master Sgt. Douglas but once I realized there was Schwab, Kenner’s senior a casualty the only thing that enlisted adviser, said Best mattered was making sure Warrior gives the medical they had the best chance at a company troops an opporfull recovery.” tunity to put their field-enviKAHC Medical Co. 1st ronment skills to use, and he Sgt. David Faughnan said called it an honor to support Kenner also supports Best the competition that’s overWarrior by providing an seen by the Sergeant Major NCO for the planning and of the Army. preparation phases. Sgt. “We look forward to this 1st Class Eric Kelley was competition every year,” he assigned to the Warrior said. “It’s a place where we Training Cell beginning in can put our skills to use and PHOTOS BY KIMBERLY K. FRITZ also work with the Army’s Sgt. Sarah Thiel (TOP) and Sgt. Laura Gonzales June and helped to create best.” evaluate warriors as they tend to casualties and oversee the event. Kelley ensured each Staff Sgt. Sherry Dixon, during an Oct. 17 Best Warrior Competition of the competitors had the noncommissioned officer event at the Post Field House. proper medical equipment in charge of the Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic, said they evaluated candidates on their abil- needed to treat the simulated wounds. Dixon, Sgt. Stephanie Van Ausdall and Sgt. 1st Class ity to meet or exceed the standards in an environment that becomes especially challenging when organizers add real- Gary Rodney each received a coin from Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F. Chandler for their work during the event. life scenarios, like combat-wounded Soldiers. Dixon said she was honored and happy to be selected to “The stressors added to the scenarios always separate the mainstream from the best of the best,” she said. “Combat receive a coin from the SMA. “It validated my philosophy about doing the right thing medics (and troops rendering immediate first aid) must remain calm and accurately recall all of the rescue procedures all the time, no matter who is or isn’t watching,” she said. “It that need to be performed because someone’s life is at stake.” is great to be rewarded for your efforts, whether it’s a coin or The Oct. 17 scenario involved an active shooter situation a simple thank you.” by Kimberly K. Fritz
Kenner Army Health Clinic Public Affairs
U.S. ARMY PHOTO
TOP SOLDIERS PHOTO BY T. ANTHONY BELL
PH HOTO BY T. ANTHONY BELL
Infantryman, Ordnance Soldier Nab 2012 Best Warrior Titles WASHINGTON – Staff Sgt. Matthew Senna was named the Army’s 2012 Noncommissioned Officer of the Year and Sgt. Saral Shrestha was named the Army’s 2012 Soldier of the Year during an award ceremony here, Oct. 22. The two Soldiers received their accolades at the Association of the United States Army’s Sergeant Major of the Army Awards Luncheon. They earned the titles after proving their mettle Oct. 15-19 at the Best Warrior Competition at Fort Lee. “It was about the total Soldier concept,” said Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F. Chandler III. “We stressed them mentally as well as physically. We challenged them on their creative and critical thinking skills while under pressure. Each one (who competed) should be very proud of what they achieved to get to this place.” “The competition was so fierce that it could have been anybody’s game,” said Senna, referring to the four-day-long competition, in which the top 24 Soldiers
and NCOs from across the Army competed in physical fitness events, knowledge of military topics, rifle marksmanship, day- and night-land navigation and other warrior tasks and battle drills. Senna, an infantryman with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, said it was the hardest thing he’d ever accomplished because “we were up against the best the Army has to offer, and we’re the best Army in the world.” Senna is assigned to Bravo Company, 7th Army NCO Academy, in Germany. He has served in the Army 10 years and is pursuing an associate’s degree. He said he wants to attain the rank of command sergeant major. Shrestha, who came to the United States from Nepal when he was 17, joined the Army at age 21. He said his wife, Elisha, helped him study. He said she went with him every weekend on land navigation exercises during his off-time, and she even ran track with him. I kept telling him he was going to win. I’m really proud of him,” said Elisha.
Shrestha, a power generation equipment repairer, is assigned to Group Service Support Co., Group Support Bn., 3rd Special Forces Group, U.S. Army Special Forces Command, Fort Bragg, N.C. He has served for three years in the Army and has a bachelor’s degree in computer information science. His goals is to earn a master’s degree in computer engineering and become an Army officer. Both Soldiers credit their wives with being the best coaches; staying up with them through long hours of the night, helping them study battle drills and tasks. Both said they will make the Army a career. Vice Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Lloyd J. Austin III presented the awards to the Soldiers. In recognition of their achievements, Senna and Shrestha will represent the Army at special events throughout the coming year. – David Vergun, Army News Service
18 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
Artist’s Vision More Than What Meets Eye and support he needed to navigate his way through the various stages of youth, Senior Writer/Special Projects he added. “We were typical kids growing up,” If the life of Devon “Von” Crew said Crew, “video games; going outside could be expressed with a work of art, (to play), when it was comfortable; nothit would probably be told with a 2-footing outside of the norm.” by-3-foot, acrylic-on-canvas piece he Crew, however, experienced something completed and hasn’t yet named. as a youngster that indicated to him that “It’s a cave,” he said. “You’re standhe wasn’t normal. One day, he spotted a ing inside of it, and your view is outman who was twisting balloons into variward.” ous shapes and bolted toward him, hoping In the painting’s dark foreground, to snag one. cracks in the ceiling allow rays of light “As I was running, the sun was comto pass through. “You have stalacing out and I ran into this dumpster,” he tites hanging from the cave walls, and said. “It knocked me backward, my back there’s a glister look to it,” added Crew. hit a fence and I just sat there (semi-conA tinted, pink sky that Crew descious). I was hurt, bleeding, and I needscribes as a bit “misplaced in its color” ed stitches when I got to the hospital. It lies at the center of tranquil-looking was pretty bad.” background, complemented by side-lit PHOTO BY T. ANTHONY BELL Crew said his mother had known since mountains on the horizon. he was a toddler that he had vision prob“My interpretation of that scene is Devon Crew, 22, stands with several of his acryllic paintings that were displayed lems that would get progressively worse. ‘escape,’” said the former post employ- during Tuesday’s showing at the Virginia Lighthouse for the Blind Office Supply Nevertheless, she reared him like a noree who recently transferred to Defense Store at Fort Lee. Crew suffers from retinitis pigmentosa and is legally blind. mal child. “A doctor told my mother that Supply Center-Richmond. “I literally, started to blame him. In my heart, I needed that blame to by the age of 5, I wouldn’t have any sight at all,” he said. physically wanted to take my hand and that brush and be placed on something or someone or some being. I was “She just didn’t believe it and didn’t want to believe it. those paints and create a scene for that escape.” enraged in different ways.” She said, ‘This doctor doesn’t know what he’s talking The word “escape” in Crew’s vernacular is a metaphor The 22-year-old Crew grew up the third of four chilabout. I’m going to put this in God’s hands.’ for the acts of artful self-expression he engaged himself “My sight has been stable my entire life.” in to counteract the negative emotions he sometimes felt. dren in a single-parent Richmond household. His mother, Deborah, he said, worked several jobs to support the Crew said he suffers from retinitis pigmentosa and is “I grew up with a positive frame of mind but at the family. His two older siblings – especially his brother, same time it was a negative outlook ... ,” he recalled. “I SEE ARTIST, PAGE 24 started trying to refuse God in all areas of my life, really. I Antoine, nine years his senior – provided the guidance by T. Anthony Bell
Traffic Delays Promise Smoother Flow Soon by Kathryn C. Weigel Production Assistant
An $11.4 million highway project that impacts Fort Lee is in its final phase, said Shane Mann, project control engineer with the Virginia Department of Transportation. All road work should be completed by mid-November, he added, though some work involving temporary lane closures may continue for a short while. The finished product promises to be worth the wait for Fort Lee commuters. Final surface paving and line striping for the Route 36 project began Monday and is expected to conclude by 6 p.m. Friday. The work impacts the stretch of
highway from the Lee Gate east to the Interstate 295 interchange. VDOT requires the contractor to maintain two lanes of traffic eastbound from 3:30-7:30 p.m. and westbound from 7:30-9:30 a.m., said Mann. Traffic has been disrupted for some months, especially at the Sisisky Gate intersection with Temple Avenue. The intersection has been reworked. New signals are being installed there and at the new double left turn lanes from Temple onto Route 36 near the gate. Once the work is completed, drivers who use the Sisisky Gate will experience better traffic flow in several ways, said Mann. Drivers turning right onto Route 36, which is also called Oaklawn
Boulevard, will have a free flow lane. That means they proceed through the intersection unimpeded regardless of signals for other travel lanes. This will be especially beneficial to those drivers headed for I-295 or Hopewell. Two straight lanes will carry traffic from Sisisky to Temple, doubling the amount of Colonial Heights-bound traffic that clears the intersection on each green signal. There will continue to be a left turn lane for traffic headed toward Petersburg. The westbound lanes of Route 36 will have two left turn lanes at the Sisisky Gate, doubling the access for I-295 and Hopewell drivers.
Although it may seem strange that traffic from Temple Avenue now must make a left turn onto Route 36 before turning right onto Sisisky Avenue, Mann said the intersection was designed this way to improve traffic flow. Temple Avenue traffic will no longer compete with traffic exiting the post via Sisisky. The Virginia Department of Transportation project also includes a third eastbound lane from Temple Avenue to Jefferson Park Road where a divided right turn lane is being installed. The one-mile project was begun in June 2011. For the latest real-time traffic information or road conditions, visit www.511virginia.org or call 511.
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 19
PHOTOS BY AMY PERRY
Pumpkin Fun (ABOVE) Mary Beuschel helps her son Gabriel paint a pumpkin at the Harvest Fest held at the CDC Multi-Center Tuesday. (RIGHT) Elena Humphrey, a child in the hourly class, creates a pumpkin work of art. The children had an opportunity to pick out their pumpkins to paint.
Buy new. Buy now. And youâ€™ll save more.
Receive up to $7,500 in options through October 31.*
RYAN HOMES IS NOW SELLING AT CAMERON'S LANDINGâ€”ONLY 5 MINUTES TO FT. LEE! New single-family homes in Hopewell, VA priced from the $180s. Brand new decorated model now open! Ĺ”*OOPWBUJWFEFTJHOTXJUIDBSHBSBHF standard, home offices, lofts, bonus rooms and first-floor bedrooms available Ĺ”-PDBUFEXJUIJONJOVUFTPG*BOE *GPSFBTZDPNNVUJOH
Ĺ”/FTUMFEBMPOHUIF"QQPNBUUPY3JWFSJO Historic Hopewell
Ĺ”4QBDJPVTIPNFTJUFTMPDBUFEOFBS Anchor Point Marina with boat slips and boat motels
Ĺ”&/&3(:45"3ÂŽ Certified for up UPMPXFS**VUJMJUZCJMMT
Directions: Visit our decorated Florence model. From I-95, take Exit 54 towards Temple Avenue. Turn left onto River Road. Turn left onto Atwater Road. Turn left onto Cameron's Landing Boulevard. Model will be straight ahead.
804.458.9613 Model hours: Mon, 12â€“6; Tueâ€“Fri, 10â€“6; Satâ€“Sun, 11â€“6
*Offer valid through 10/31/12 only on new sales contracts written and financed through NVR Mortgage. Prior sales and homes under construction excluded. Cannot be combined with any other offers. Certain restrictions may apply. NVR Mortgage Finance, Inc. is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Comission as a mortgage lender and broker, MC-528. Prices, offers and availability subject to change without notice. See a Sales and Marketing Representative for details. **According to the EPA, ENERGY STARÂŽ Certified homes are typically up to 30% more efficient than standard new homes. NVR, Inc. is a recipient of the EPA's 2011 and 2012 ENERGY STARÂŽ Partner of the Year Awardâ€”Large Builder, and Ryan Homes is an NVR brand.
START YOUR SEARCH AT
20 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month by Sgt. 1st Class Jessica Byrd Kenner Army Health Clinic, Radiology NCOIC
Throughout the year and especially during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Department of Radiology here at Kenner Army Health Clinic encourages you all to stand up and think pink. Nearly everyone in the U.S. knows or has someone in their lives affected by breast cancer. It is crucial that the community be aware of how it can save lives by raising awareness about breast cancer and early diagnosis. It is estimated that more than 220,000 women and 2,190 men in the United States will be diagnosed with breast
cancer and more than 40,000 will die from this disease each year. This means one out of every seven women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. While the percentage of men en ck is small, they should also check themselves periodically by do-n ing a breast self-exam while in the shower and reporting any y changes to their physicians.. It is recommended that adult women en of all ages do monthly self breast examinations. Women at the age of 20 should have a clinical breast exam at least every three years and every year starting at the age of 40.
If you are 40 years of age or older or eexperiencing symptoms, such as a lump, pain or nipple disc discharge, you should see your provider and request a clinical breast ques examination e and a mammogram. Mammography is the best screening ttool used today to fight breast cancer. fig It can find cancers at an early stage when they are small (too small to be felt) and most responsive to treatment. The use of mammography has helped to save numerous lives. At KAHC, we are taking a stand to
help fight breast cancer. During the month of October, we will be sending letters out to our patients who have not received their mammogram for the year. This letter will inform patients on how they can schedule their mammogram with the Radiology Department and why it is so important to get one done. We ask all patients who receive this letter, to make an appointment with their provider and get a written order for a mammogram. If you have not received your yearly mammogram, do not wait another minute because early detection of breast cancer is the key to saving lives. Schedule your mammogram today.
For more information about breast cancer, visit NBCAM.org 2013
GLK350 LEASE FOR
For 30 month lease. $4,593 due at signing* *Lease term is 30 months at 10,000 miles per year. Lease-end residual value is $25,525 Total payments are $16,164. Offer valid for qualified customers through October 31, 2012.
C250 LEASE FOR
For 30 month lease. $4,143 due at signing*
For 30 month lease. $4,549 due at signing*
*Lease term is 30 months at 10,000 miles per year. Lease-end residual value is $25,966. Total payments are $14,264. Offer valid for qualified customers through October 31, 2012.
*Lease term is 30 months at 10,000 miles per year. Lease-end residual value is $36,897 Total payments are $21,340. Offer valid for qualified customers through October 31, 2012.
David R. McGeorge Car Company 8225 West Broad Street (804) 755-9300 McGeorgeCarCo.com
Mercedes-Benz of Midlothian 12200 Midlothian Turnpike (804) 545-9600 MBofMidlothian.com
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 21
SGT. MCGILLICUDDY’S COOL WORD SEARCH
October Events by Kathryn C. Weigel Production Assistant
Find the listed special events and observances held during October. The words and phrases in the puzzle are forward, backward, vertical, horizontal and diagonal. Alaska Day (18) Apple Month Boss’s Day (16) Clock Month Columbus Day (8) Dessert Month Eleanor Roosevelt’s birthday (10-11-1884) Energy Awareness Month Family History Month Golf Day (4) Grover’s birthday (14) Halloween (31)
Homemade Cookies Day Indigenous People’s Day (8) Look at the Leaves Day (3) Mad Hatter Day (6) Moldy Cheese Day (9) National Nut Day (22) Navy Day (27) Pizza Month Ray Kroc’s birthday (10-5-1902) Sputnik I launched (4) Theodore Roosevelt’s birthday (10-27-1858) UN Day (24) World Vegetarian Day
SEE ANSWERS, PAGE 29
T P E G R K H T N O M S S E N E R A W A Y G R E N E
L H R A Y K R O C S B I R T H D A Y O T I N O R L P
P K E K W H T N O M Y R O T S I H Y L I M A F E M P
A W C O L U M B U S D A Y A I G O R E T S G A U A E
E B L H D S L U I G I S L C L A R K A N R N A C T P
N I O P L O K C Y A D E S E E H C Y D L O M E Y O Y
Y P C S E W R J A O N G H A P E D T H R S A I N S A
A M K W S D L E E L R O M A G E N I R A T M D Y M D
D A M S I S A C R B F Z E H C T G O A L F O H T R A
S H O E L N D E G O L F D A Y A O H I B A M I L H K
E E N M A F O A L I O W D E S S E R T M O N T H S S
L I T A S R C S Y G E S C K E W T B R A G N I V U A
P V H J M A I L Y A D S E V A E L E H T T A K O O L
O O Y A D H T R I B S R E V O R G S B E P I L E M A
E H U T Y A D B Y P A L N U E S J E W P M E O S E M
P I Z Z A M O N T H T Y A J N L S I L T E L P P C A
S C N G E O L I V S E G R T R E T E A M R E E E U D
U N E N O I N E B E C R O E Y H M S O E A L B N A H
O A E S H N C I S U L J E B J O E H B N I S I R S A
N S W R E H R B N U A D G L N T I E A I P E A E Y T
E U O G J T L D W E I G E T K U L H R T R U N T A T
G A L K H A A L R K A J H N O H C O H C S T B T D E
I S L D C Y A D S E I K O O C E D A M E M O H U Y R
D N A T I O N A L N U T D A Y K O H C I T R A D V D
N Y H C Z Y A D N A I R A T E G E V D L R O W M A A
From Retired Military to Active Duty Student After 20 years of service to her country, retired military veteran Carmella Murray still wants to lead and serve. She chose Regent University to ﬁnish her undergraduate degree for its academic integrity, leadership focus and values-based approach. The former Air Force recruiter says Regent’s military-friendly beneﬁts, tuition discounts and textbook credits make her exceptional education possible. Ready to join us? 888.718.1222 | regent.edu/military Associate’s • Bachelor’s • Master’s • Doctoral
Carmella Murray, Retired Military Veteran College of Arts & Sciences
Christian Leadership to Change the World
On Campus | Online
I S P U T N I K I L A U N C H E D A L E R E Z O N Y
22 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
You do it for us. We build it for you.
99 Move-in $
PHOTO BY SCOTT BLOCK
Superior Civilian Service Award
Terry Moody, CASCOM’s G8 (Resource Management), receives a Superior Civilian Service Award Oct. 10 from Maj. Gen. Larry D. Wyche, CASCOM and Fort Lee commanding general. Moody, chief of the Management and Manpower Division, was recognized for her exceptional leadership. She was instrumental in the implementation and overall management of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Acquisition Management Oversight program at CASCOM. Moody supervised and oversaw the completion of more than 1,000 AMO packages, ensuring compliance with regulations.
We want to show our appreciation to the heroes of today! For a limited time, if you are an active or retired military service man or woman you can move into your new home for just *$99 down and $0 at closing!
*Up to $7,000 in Savings! From the low $190’s Contact: Kathy Elliott - 804-627-3002 500 Tralee Drive Chester, VA 23836
HHHuntHomes.com *$99 down offer is only available with certain loan programs and subject to credit approval/qualifications with preferred lender. Offers cannot be combined with any other offers or incentives. Actual homes as constructed may not contain the features and layouts depicted and may vary from photos, renderings and plans. Features and options may not be available on all plans or in all communities. Homes depicted may not represent the lowest-priced homes in the community and may be shown with upgraded landscaping and optional features. Prices shown may not include charges for options, upgrades and/or lot premiums. Floorplans, elevations, features, plans, amenities, specifications and related information, and information concerning the pricing, incentives and availability of our homes, are subject to change without notice. See Sales Executive for full details.
THE DIFFERENCE IS IN THE DETAIL.
Preparing to Vote Nov. 6 Advanced individual training Soldiers from Alpha Company, 832nd Ordnance Battalion, 59th Ord. Brigade, fill out voter registration and absentee ballot forms at the Post Exchange recently. The Fort Lee Garrison Voting Assistance Program organized several similar events to encourage post military personnel, civilian employees and eligible Family members to participate in the upcoming election. As a result of the drive, more than 215 individuals are newly registered and 50 others have obtained voting information. Election Day is Nov. 6, and local polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. To check your voter status or confirm your polling location, visit www.sbe.virginia.gov.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 23
‘Ballyhoo’ Begins Theater Run Nov. 2 The Tony Award-winning comedy “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” opens next week at the Lee Playhouse. Shows are set for Nov. 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. and Nov. 4, 11 and 18 at 3 p.m. All performances are open to the general public. The second show in the theater’s Main Stage season, “The Last Night at Ballyhoo” was written by Alfred Uhry (playwright of the well-known “Driving Miss Daisy”), and it continues his exploration of the Jewish experience in the American South. The setting is 1939 Atlanta and Uhry deftly juxtaposes the global news of Hitler’s invasion of Poland and the world premiere of “Gone with the Wind” at the Loew’s Grand Theatre on Peachtree Street. However, in the Freitag household, the conversation is about who is taking whom to Ballyhoo, the social event of the season for Atlanta’s Jewish youth. Under the direction of Julie Fulcher-Davis, the play’s characters deal with the contradictions of being Jewish in a traditional southern community while facing the complications of a changing, modernizing world that will soon be engulfed in global war. “Though this play is set some 70 years ago, it holds extreme significance today because history continues to repeat itself and humanity as a whole continues to create the same issues,” said Fulcher-Davis. “I love when theatre allows us, as human beings, to laugh at ourselves and in doing so perhaps, even in some small way, impact change
“I really wanted to make sure — FROM PAGE 3 we were in compliance” with federal law, said Anderson. She also wanted researchers to have access to the artifacts. Anderson eventually got the facility the post needed and brought all of Fort Lee’s scattered artifacts home. The one-story brick building on 22nd Street off Shop Road behind the Quartermaster and U.S. Army Women’s museums also stores collections for the Petersburg National Battlefield, seven other military bases and the Army Corps of Engineers. All U.S. military services have artifacts stores at RACF. Anderson adopted a two-pronged approach to make the facility a reality. She applied for a congressional Legacy Grant and worked through the post budget process year after year after year. In 2002, she finally got sufficient money in the budget – $300,000 – to build the facility, but not enough to design the building or the mechanical systems. Colleagues in DPW and DHR came to
within ourselves and ultimately change for many. Theater is powerful that way.” Adolph Frietag (Dale Blake) is the patriarch of the family who is wary of Hitler’s aggressive actions in Europe but acquiesces to the social injustice he suffers in Atlanta. He shares his home with his widowed sister Boo Levy (Ann C. Easterling), the status-conscious mother who is determined to find a prominent Ballyhoo date for her daughter Lala (Emily Haswell), and Reba Freitag, Adolph and Boo’s widowed sister-in-law, whose daughter Sunny (Sarah Erway) is the light of her life. Into this family’s life come two young men – Joe Farkas (Christopher Stevens), a Brooklyn native who works for Adolph, and Peachy Weil (Sean Ruhf), a “Louisiana Weil” with “good blood lines” on whom all of Boo’s hopes for Lala’s happiness are pinned. It is the arrival of Joe, the “other kind” of Jew whose family heritage can be traced to “east of the Elbe,” that challenges the status quo and compels the family to examine where they came from and who they really are. “This wonderful ensemble of actors brings such a rich and full life to these characters,” said Fulcher-Davis. “This script is abundant with wit and clever repartee delivered with sharp and authentic aplomb from this talented cast. Watch out though, just as the laughter starts roaring, a zinger will snare your heart.” Family rivalries and jealousies that may seem all too familiar to audiences cause the tension that is the source
her aid. Brad Hill, the chief of Job Order Contracting, put on his architect’s hat and designed the facility. Mehboob Munshi prepared the electrical plan. Joe Baassiri designed the mechanical system. Maurice Singleton, an engineering technician, was project manager for construction and kept the project within the budget. Beth Acuff, who was then Virginia state curator, advised the design team. A curation facility with room to share was built within the allocation. Not only does it provide proper storage, but it also provides access to artifacts to scholars who want to study them. New scientific discoveries and technological advances continue to allow archaeologists to learn new things from the old artifacts. RACF has provided emergency storage for Jamestown artifacts during Hurricane Isabel in 2003. Three years later, it also provided temporary storage for a rare book collection from Petersburg that was threatened with water damage. Visitors at the open house had a chance to view artifacts from Fort Lee and other installations that store their materials here.
of most of the play’s laughs. Boo is resentful of Adolph’s position in the family business; the sensible college student Sunny and the selfish social butterfly Lala have it out over whose father’s funeral was more tragic and who has the better date to Ballyhoo; and everything the pleasant, content Reba does causes Boo great annoyance and frustration. “This play is a perfect way to usher in the upcoming holiday family gatherings. You are sure to catch a glimpse of your own family as you share in the trials, laughter and warmth with this family,” said Fulcher-Davis When the play opened in 1997, The Los Angeles Times said, “Alfred Uhry’s achingly beautiful play “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” (is) luminous and powerful. ... Uhry draws his characters with so fine a pen, on such a solid foundation, that the story takes on the sharp poignancy of life.” “Just one more gift Uhry gives us in this play, a love story. Not just any love story, the love story that is still breaking hearts today – the one where the untruths and constraints of our thoughts and religions takes precedence over the human heart,” said Fulcher-Davis. “Who wins here? Come see the show and find out.” Tickets for “The Last Night of Ballyhoo” are $12 for adults and $6 for youth. The Lee Playhouse (Lee Theater) is located in building 4300 on Mahone Avenue. For reservations or more information, call the box office at (804) 734-6629. – Theatre Company of Fort Lee
Spread out across one table was an impres- said in an interview earlier this month. sive array of shark’s teeth found on post “The prehistory and history of Fort Lee are about a week ago. Some of them date back in good hands.” 40 million years, said curator Amanda Vtipil. Blankenship also displayed some interesting Park Service artifacts that included a framed piece of needlework from the Eppes plantation, a photograph of the Civil War hospital that cared for 6,000-10,000 soldiers a day and a custommade uniform for a Confederate “rich kid” that fastened PHOTO BY KATHRYN C. WEIGEL with Union buttons, probably because Jimmy Blankenship, historian and curator at the Confederate buttons Petersburg National Battlefield, points out the diwere too scarce. rection in which a military railroad ran during the “When I retire, this Civil War as he addresses the audience at the Fort facility is still going Lee Regional Curation Facility's 10th anniversary to be here,” Anderson open house Tuesday.
24 â€˘ Traveller â€˘ October 25, 2012
legally blind. Symptoms of the genetically based, â€” FROM PAGE 18 degenerative eye disease include tunnel vision, blurred vision, poor color separation and slow adjustment to drastic changes in light conditions. Crew, a Virginia Lighthouse for the Blind employee, said he has virtually no peripheral vision, and the vision he does have is somewhat blurry. Jazzman Woody Shaw and former mayor of San Francisco Willie Brown are two notables who have the disease. While the dumpster accident was the first time Crew knew he had a problem, it wasnâ€™t an isolated event. There were more over the course of his youth. â€œThey added up and stacked on top of each other,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s where the rage came from.â€? The anger resulting from the realization that he had a potentially life-changing disease caused him to be angry at God and threw him into the darkest of places, much like the foreground of the cave in his painting. Art, a talent he had cultivated since elementary school, became a place of solace. â€œIt was almost like a pool,â€? he said. â€œYouâ€™re filthy with stress, anger and dissatisfaction with your life â€“ itâ€™s all filth â€“ and you jump face-first into this pool. And as soon as you hit that surface, itâ€™s gone. When you put the brush to the canvas, you donâ€™t have stress and you donâ€™t have anger. Youâ€™re free from all of that.â€? What motivates Crew to paint often takes a backseat to questions of how he accomplishes such a task as a vision-impaired artist. Helen Milner, his supervisor at VLB and one of his biggest supporters, said those thoughts emerged when she first saw
Crew doodling on one of his breaks. â€œSeveral immediate questions came to mind,â€? she said. â€œâ€˜How does a young man who has been determined to be legally blind see what he manages to see?â€™ â€˜How does he manage to put his thoughts on canvas?â€™ and â€˜How does he manage to coordinate those colors in something that he sees as a legally blind person that comes out as a different vision to a sighted person?â€™â€? Crew doesnâ€™t mention whether or not his eyesight has limited him as an artist in any way. Generally, he said, his works start with visualization. Once he has the idea solidified, he starts on the canvas, working his way out from an area as small as a computer pixel, painstakingly completing each until the work is finished. Furthermore, Crew said he has such an intensely high level of interest in his craft that he has been able to overcome any real or perceived shortcomings. For example, he said, he learned to attain certain levels of texture in his paintings by â€œsensing the weight of the brush,â€? then dabbing or stroking accordingly. In his adolescent years, Crew said he began to mature and experienced an elevated consciousness. He became more accepting of himself and his surroundings and learned to use his senses to gather information and formulate it in ways to create forms of expression. The lights of opportunity and self-fulfillment shone upon him like the rays of lights in the painting where it slips through cracks in the caveâ€™s ceiling. â€œBy the time I started high school,â€? he said, â€œI felt like art was a part of me. I saw people as art. I saw objects and animals, the wind as art. I started to see things differently.â€? Conversely, Crew was still a fledgling artist â€“ raw in talent and limited in style to a vein of Japanese anime, according to
For Military with I.D.
CAPT. TOMâ€™S SEAFOOD 1717 Boulevard â€˘ Colonial Heights, VA 23834 www.elephantthais.com OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Mon-Thurs: 11am-9:30pm Fri-Sat: 11am-10pm Sun: 12am-9:30pm
THE CROSSINGS CENTER 5230 Oaklawn Blvd. â€˘ Hopewell, VA Phone: (804) 458-2885 Fax: (804) 458-2886
Japanese Steakhouse & Sushi
LUNCH EVERYDAY 11:30am â€“ 2:00pm
5303 Oaklawn Blvd., Hopewell
Dinner Hours: Monday â€“ Thursday â€˘ 5pm-10pm Friday â€“ Saturday â€˘ 2pm-11pm Sunday â€˘ 12pm-10pm
))$$ &!# '''
(Monday â€“ Friday) 1100 West Cary Street â€˘ Richmond, VA Phone: (804) 355-3320 (804) 353-0106 Fax: (804) 612-7481
(% ! %
# # & ! % ! &
MILITARY SURPLUS Come Experience the Real Dominican NY Style! NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY WITH ID
ON ALL CHEMICAL TREATMENTS
Get the Real Stuff. Go HSO! Since 1942, Hull Street Outlet has been Central Virginiaâ€™s headquarters for Military Surplus, Camou Gear, Clothing and More... Go HSO. We have it, more of it, itâ€™s authentic, and itâ€™s priced right!
NEW CUSTOMERS ONLY WITH ID
ON ALL SERVICES
(at Exit 144, Across from Comfort Inn)
! # #(
( % ! # (% ' &
#! #! !
11:00am â€“ 2:30pm
Mon: Closed Tues - Thurs: 11:30 - 9:30 Friday: 11:30 - 10:00 Sat: 3-10 â€˘ Sun: 11:30 - 9
one of his instructors at Meadowbrook High School. â€œI was belittled by a teacher in such a way that I was forced to open my horizon, to see another side of art,â€? he said. â€œThatâ€™s when I stopped using references like photographs or objects placed in front of me. I started to tap into another level of my consciousness.â€? As a result, Crew eventually moved toward interpretive expression and worked toward seeing things beyond the literal or â€œseeing things as they can or should be.â€? Crew said he had achieved his goals during his senior year at Meadowbrook. He said he was creating works strictly from imagination and working in a style he cultivated himself. Crew said he felt a sense of elation, hope and optimism. â€œIt reminded me of a parent bird that lets the child of the nest go free,â€? he said. â€œYou have the sense of fear and the sense of joy and excitement all at the same time.â€? And a sense, said Crew, that he doesnâ€™t have to be bound by any physical or other limitation. â€œI feel like if Iâ€™m ready for art, then Iâ€™m ready for life,â€? he said. â€œI feel like thereâ€™s always going be something, as far as challenges go, that Iâ€™m going to get snagged on. Like I said before, I can choose to jump in the pool and escape from life, but I can also jump in that pool and think about how I can fix things â€“ not fix them through anger or rage â€“ but fix them through peace and tranquility.â€? A state of peace and tranquility is where one might find Crew at this moment in time. The background of the cave painting with the light pink sky that is â€œmisplaced in its colorâ€? and complemented by the side-lit mountains on the horizon is a fitting metaphor for someone who has earned the right to walk in sunshine.
3635 Boulevard â€˘ Colonial Heights, VA
3820 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Richmond
â€˘ Combat Fatigues â€˘ Field Jackets â€˘ Flak Jackets â€˘ Canteens â€˘ Knives â€˘ Ammo Belts â€˘ Flight Jackets â€˘ Macheteâ€™s
â€˘ Survival Gear â€˘ Gas Masks â€˘ Backpacks â€˘ Hammocks â€˘ Boats â€˘ Compasses â€˘ Tents â€˘ Much More!
(20 minutes from Ft. Lee)
www.HullStreetOutlet.com 804-275-9239 or 800-354-2422
WE BUY & SELL
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 25
NO PROBLEM! â˜…
IF YOU GET AN EARLY OUT, WEâ€™LL GIVE YOU AN EASY OUT. At USA Discounters, you can buy the things you need with conďŹ dence, because if you receive an involuntary Force Reduction Early Out, weâ€™ll let you out from all your remaining payments.** All remaining debt will be cancelled, and the merchandise will be yours, free and clear. We wanted to do something more to help in these uncertain times. Come in and ask about our Early Out/Easy Out Program. And thank you for your service to our country.
ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY PURCHASES MADE IN NOVEMBER 2012 QUALIFY FOR THIS NO COST PROGRAM.
PLUS FREE OTTOMAN Samsung Galaxy Tablet with WITH PURCHASE
Beats Solo Headphones
INCLUDES SOFA AND CHAISE.
YOUR CHOICE $
HBNJOH CVOEMF XBox 360
Located inside Southpark Mall & USA Discounters locations
INCLUDES SOFA AND CHAISE.
Â˝ CT. T T.W. TW 14K 1 CT. T.W. 14K Diamond flower Diamond quad bridal set TWICE MONTHLY* bridal set
FletchersJewelers.com â€œGROOVYâ€? HUGE SELECTION of FURNITURE, ELECTRONICS, APPLIANCES, JEWELRY and MORE!
GET PRE-APPROVED ONLINE NOW! USADISCOUNTERS.NET
HOPEWELL - CROSSINGS SHOPPING CENTER 5258 OAKLAWN BLVD. 804-452-3163 NEWPORT NEWS 451 ORIANA RD. 757-877-8577 / 1-866-877-2877 FLETCHERâ€™S JEWELERS SOUTHPARK MALL â€˘ COLONIAL HEIGHTS, VA
WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN? SUPERIOR CUSTOMER SERVICE â€˘ QUALITY MERCHANDISE â€˘ IMMEDIATE DELIVERY â€˘ PAYROLL AND ALLOTMENT EXPERTS â€˘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
26 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
The deadline for the Traveller Calendar is Thursday at noon for publication in the following week’s edition. All submissions are edited for space and grammar. Email submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. For details, call (804) 734-7147.
The All-Army basketball team will take on the Richmond Elite semi-pro team at the MacLaughlin Fitness Center Oct. 26, 6 p.m. Admission is free. The Richmond Elite cheerleaders will perform at half-time. For details, call (804) 765-3076.
Kenner Army Health Clinic and Army Community Service will offer a seminar by the Virginia Institute of Autism on Autism spectrum disorder. The seminar is to address the immediate and future needs of military Families that include children with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome and pervasive developmental disorders. It will be Oct. 25, 6:30-8 p.m., in the ACS conference room in building 9023 on Mahone Avenue. For details, call (804) 734-6393.
Army Community Service will mark Military Family Month by hosting its annual Military Appreciation Dinner Nov. 8, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Regimental Club. Reservations
The diamond ring you want. The price you deserve. WE BUY GOLD AND SILVER! $
diamond ring & matching band
Low Monthly Payments for Military Personnel! E-1 & up with Approved Credit
Chesapeake Square Southpark Mall Patrick Henry Mall Greenbrier Mall Lynnhaven Mall Chesterfield Towne Center
Your Family-Owned Jeweler
are due by Nov. 2. ACS promises an evening of good food, face painting, a clown for the children, good music and door prizes. For reservations or details, call (804) 734-6388.
Jewelry is enlarged to show detail and may not always be exactly as shown. Items shown may not represent items in stock.
~ Trusted for Generations
The Fort Lee Provost Marshal’s Office needs as many as 60 volunteers for Halloween night to ensure children’s safety. Volunteers should wear bright-colored clothing and take a flashlight when they report to the Military Police Station on the corner of Mahone and B avenues at 4:30 p.m. For details, call police Lead Sgt. Rico Williams at (804) 734-6478.
Overtime Sports Bar will host a Halloween costume party Oct. 31, 7 p.m. The cost is $3 in advance and $5 at the door. Cash prizes will be awarded in the costume contest. Overtime is on the lower lever of the Lee Club, building 9009, at Mahone Avenue and Battle Drive. For details, call (804) 734-7547.
The HideAway will host its Monster Ball on Oct. 27, 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. There will be costume and trivia contests as well as door prizes for which costumed participants are eligible. There is no cover charge. For details, call (804) 765-1539.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service will hold its Halloween Treasure Hunt Sweepstakes through Oct.
The Fort Lee Military Council of Catholic Women will meet Nov. 2, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., at Memorial Chapel. Watch care will be provided. No reservations are needed. The meet and greet will include a program presented by Betty Lent, the All Souls Day mass and a brunch. For details, email Jeanine Majewski at majewskial@ aol.com.
KAHC Open House
Kenner Army Health Clinic will host a community and veterans appreciation open house and Patient Centered Medical Home kick-off on Nov. 8, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. The event will offer health awareness and educational opportunities. Seasonal flu and pneumonia vaccines will be available. For details, call (804) 734-9086.
A hiring event for veterans and military spouses will be held Nov. 8 at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts, 201 Market St., Virginia Beach. It is sponsored by RecruitMilitary and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Veteran-friendly employers will be on-hand to meet with potential employees. For details, call (513) 677-7055.
FAITH AND HOPE TEMPLE CHURCH OF GOD IN CHRIST 1800 E. Washington St. • Petersburg, Virginia 23803-3635
• 0% DOWN AYS • NO PAYMENTS FOR 45 DAYS • MILITARY ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS • ALL MILITARY APPROVED • RATES AS LOW AS 4.9%
(Less than 1 mile from the Ft. Lee Main Gate)
Telephone: (804) 861-3898 • Fax: (804) 861-3884 Email: FHT1800EWS@AOL.COM Website: www.faithandhopetemple.org HERMAN CROCKETT, JR. PASTOR MARTHA CROCKETT, FIRST LADY
804-577-5030 Buy A Brand New Finer Home in BRANCH’S BLUFF For A Limited Time Get the Deal of the Century! S UTE LEE! MIN FORT M FRO
31. Authorized shoppers may use the treasure map in the Exchange sales flyer or available in the store to hunt for five clues that will give them a chance to win shopping sprees or gift cards. For details, visit www.shopmyexchange.com/ Community/patriotfamily/contests.htm.
THE MAGNOLIA: 3,124 Sqft., 4/5 BRs Chef’s Kitchen $247,950 Includes: $5,000 toward Closing Costs FREE Fridge and Washer & Dryer!
From Contract to Closing in 90 Days! - Must use preferred lender 24/7 Info Line 804-748-7575 www.FinerHomesInc.net
SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Sunday: Worship Services: 10:00am Saturday: Intercessory Prayer 9:00am Tuesday: Church School 7:00pm Radio Broadcast “Greater Anointing” by Pastor Crockett can be heard everyday on WGGM 820 AM from 11:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.
Catch A Real Deal when you drop anchor with us.
DAILY LUNCHEON SPECIALS
CAPT. TOM’S SEAFOOD Tuesday - Friday • 11:30 am - 3 pm 1717 Boulevard • Colonial Heights, VA 23834
For Military with I.D.
The Fort Lee Civilian Personnel Advisory Center will host an open season benefits fair on Nov. 7, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., at Liberty Chapel, 9100 C Ave. Participants will be able to discuss benefit options for 2013 with several insurance companies. Open season is Nov. 12 - Dec. 10. Changes may be made by calling the Army Benefits Center Civilian at (877) 276-9287 or visiting www.abc.army.mil.
Ops, WO Recruiting
A recruiting team from Fort Bragg, N.C., will brief service members interested in becoming Army warrant officers or in joining special operations in civil affairs or psychological operations on Nov. 15, building 6050, located on Mekong Road behind the Post Field House. Briefings will be as follows: psychological operations, 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.; warrant officer, 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.; and
civil affairs, 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. For details, call Sgt. 1st Class Demetris Council at (804) 931-1668.
Marriage enrichment seminars for active duty military and spouses are set for Oct. 31 and Nov. 28, 8 a.m. - noon, at Liberty Chapel. The seminars, co-sponsored by Kenner Army Health Clinic and Army Community Service, are based on Gary Chapman’s book, “The Five Love Languages.” Light refreshments will be provided. For details and enrollment, call (804) 734-6381.
The Cardinal Golf Club will host its annual Autumn Wine and Beer Tasting on Nov. 9, beginning at 5 p.m.
October 25, 2012 • TRAVELLER • 27
Registration is $15 for club members and active duty personnel and $20 for others. The fee covers beverages, light food and complimentary glasses. Participation is limited to the first 60 paid registrants. Participants must be age 21 or older. For details, call (804) 734-2889.
Digital Photo Contest
Color and monochrome photos by Army personnel are being accepted for entry in the 2012 Army Digital Photography Contest until Nov. 30. There is no fee to enter. Cash prizes will be awarded to winners in each category. Submissions must be JPG images. They may be submitted at https://apps.imcom.army.mil/apptracmain. For assistance with a submission, visit the Picture Perfect Frame Shop in building 9024 on Battle Drive before Nov. 29. For details, call (804) 734-6137.
28 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
The next self-care class for parents who would like to obtain over-the-counter children’s medications from the Kenner Army Health Clinic Pharmacy will be Nov. 1, 1 p.m., in the Preventive Medicine classroom, second floor of KAHC. For details or registration, call (804) 734-9125. Parents may also register at the Wilkerson Pediatric Clinic.
Texas Hold’em No Limits Tournaments are slated at the Sports Zone on these dates: Oct. 25 and Nov. 1, 8 and 15 with finals on Nov. 29. The nightly registration fee is $5. Registration will be at 5:30 p.m. with play beginning at 6 p.m. Prizes will be given to the top winners each evening. For details, call (804) 734-6678.
scramble. The cost is $40 for members and $45 for others. Every player receives a frozen turkey. Participants must register and pay by Nov. 14. For details, call (804) 734-2899.
YOUTH Halloween Story Hour
The Fort Lee Community Library will host a special Halloween story hour Oct. 30, 4:30-5:30 p.m., in the Army Logistics University’s first floor Food Court. There also will be prizes for Halloween costumes. All children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Make reservations or get details at (804) 765-8095.
Youth Fall Festival
FITNESS & SPORTS Turkey Shoot Tourney
The Cardinal Golf Club will hold its Turkey Shoot Golf Tournament on Nov. 17, 9 a.m. The format is a two-person
The Fort Lee Youth Fall Festival will be Nov. 3, 1-4 p.m., at the Post Field House, 16th Street at A Avenue. Activities will include pumpkin decorating, sand arts and crafts, hay rides, a haunted house, a rock climbing wall, inflatables and two performances of “Rockin’ Robin Revue” (1:30 and 2:45 p.m.) by the Chesterfield
MILITARY DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE!
Children’s Theatre. The event is open to the public. All children must be accompanied by an adult. For details, visit www.leemwr.com or call (804) 7346106.
A Harvest Fest is set for Oct. 31, 6-8 p.m., at Memorial Chapel, Battle Drive at Sisisky Avenue. This community event will feature games, grilled hot dogs, a cake walk, biblical pumpkin carving, train rides and lots of family fun. For details, call (804) 734-6483, 734-0970 or 734-0968.
Child, Youth and School Services will hold registration for cheerleading (ages 5-13) and Basketball (ages 4-15) from Nov. 7-30. Registration for wrestling (ages 5-13) will be Nov. 1-30. Fees vary with the sport, age and parent’s military or civilian status. To register, visit the CYSS Central Registration Office, building 10612, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., weekdays. A current sports physical and birth certificate are required. For details about classes and parents’ meetings, call (804) 765-3852.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY & ORTHODONTICS O F
V I R G I N I A
SALES • SERVICE • BODY SHOP 804-748-3355 2833 S. CRATER ROAD • PETERSBURG, VA
www.whittenautocenter.com We Make Smiles Happen DENTISTRY FOR THE CHILD, ADOLESCENT & THOSE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS 2007 Chevrolet Uplander LT $8,473 • P1252-A
2007 Chrysler Paciﬁca $11,943 • P1316
2007 Ford Mustang GT Premium $14,583 • P1269-A
2008 Ford Taurus Limited $14,639 • P1330
Meera A. Gokli, D.D.S. Steven R. Lubbe, D.M.D. David L. Keeton, D.M.D. ORTHODONTICS FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN
April L. Bridges - Poquis D.D.S. Chad Schanilec, D.D.S. 651 Southpark Blvd. • Colonial Heights, VA 23834 2009 Chevrolet Equinox LT $16,223 • P1237
FINANCING AVAILABLE E1 & ABOVE $0 DOWN AVAILABLE
2008 Honda CR-V EX 4WD $18,674 • P1310
2009 Honda Accord 2.4 $19,538 • P1299
2010 Dodge Journey SXT $19,994 • P1325
Visit our Full Service Department
526-9815 WE OFFER ORTHODONTIC NEW PATIENT EXAMS AT NO CHARGE
State Inspection Station
Provider of Tri-Care/Retirees United Concordia, Delta, Anthem and MetLife
FREE State Inspection
at the library. For details, visit www.arls.org or call (804) 458-6329.
Terrapins Salute Military
The Richmond Ruff Riders and Serenity are hosting the inaugural HIV/AIDS Awareness Ride and 5k WalkRun on Oct. 27, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m., at the Petersburg Sports Complex on Ballpark Road. The cost is $5 per participant. There will be events for all ages. Participants are asked to wear red or white shirts in support of the event. All proceeds will be donated to Serenity, an organization dedicated to reducing the transmission of HIV. For details, call (804) 861-9977.
Virginia Author at PG
Howard Owen, a Fredericksburg author, will speak at the Prince George Library, 6605 Courts Drive, on Nov. 1, 6:30 p.m. Owenâ€™s latest novel, â€œOregon Hill,â€? is set in Richmond and has been well reviewed nationally. Also, an evening of Poetry, Prose and Pizza is slated for Oct. 25, 7 p.m., at the Prince George Library. Suffolk author Nathan Richardson will host the community gathering that includes an open mic event for writers to share their own poetry or prose or recite a favorite piece by another writer. Participants may sign up for five minutes of mic time when they arrive
The University of Maryland Terrapins will honor military personnel and their Families as well as Department of Defense employees at their Nov. 3 football game at Byrd Stadium in College Park, Md. The Terps will play the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. For details about discounted tickets, call (301) 4058116 or email email@example.com.
The Ladies Auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 637 will hold its Serving From the Heart Bazaar Nov. 3, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m., and Nov. 4, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., at 335 S. 15th Ave., Hopewell. Live music by Zakiyah will accompany a variety of crafts and vendors, a bake sale, raffles and door prizes. There will be a wrap and ship table as well.
OPEN Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sycamore Rouge and the Historic Petersburg Foundation will offer the Petersburg Ghost Walk on Oct. 27, Nov. 10 and Dec. 8. The walking tour will start at 7 p.m. at 21 W. Old St. Tours are limited to 25 participants. Tickets are $15. They can be reserved at www.sycamorerouge.org. For details, call (804) 957-5707.
ANSWERS â€” FROM PAGE 21 T
The Shiloh Seventh-Day Adventist Church will honor veterans with a special program on Nov. 3, 6 p.m. The church is located at 310 W. South Boulevard, Petersburg. Veterans are asked to take or wear their service hats. Refreshments will be served. For details, call (804) 712-3249.
SEE STORE FOR MILITARY DISCOUNTS! All Amish Built withT-1-11 Dura Temp or Vinyl Siding, 2x4 Construction
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 29
Y A D S E L P O E P S U O B I E C L O C K M O N T H Y Z N E E O S A Z L D S D A H U O S H M H T M R D T O T N B E A R N I N O U Y R G Y Y I T B O M S A O A B H S U M Y D D L O D S T S R A E F S S R L S O Y S D D E E E T E A E V V N S E Y S E A O E E I H S E R L O R H C O E L G T M A Y Y O R E E S W L D R T H L B A I L R M T P Y M O O T P G A N M N A R F A T K E E H O N L O E Y A D A K S A L A M A D H A H R A Y K R O C S B I R T H D A Y
N E G I W O L L D H T Y R A A D D N S E I K H O T O N C E D A M I E R M T O H
D N A T I O N A L N U T D A Y
N I Y S H P U T Y N A I D K N I A L I A R U A N T C E H G E E D V D L R O W
D Y A D Y V A N T T E R D A Y
Part Time PRODUCTION ASSISTANT THE FORT LEE â€œTRAVELLERâ€? POST NEWSPAPER
NEW 2-Story Shed
10x12 Mini Barn
10x16 Hip Roof Vinyl
12x24 A Frame
10x16 A Frame
14x28 Hi Wall Barn
The Traveller serves the needs of our local active duty soldiers, their families, and retiree/veterans in the Tri-city Area. We are seeking a part-time production assistant (20-29.5 hours per week) to support the staff at the Fort Lee Traveller Newspaper. Duties include proofreading, editing, layout and graphic design. Our main office is located on Brambleton Ave in downtown Norfolk, but this position will report to the Public Affairs Office at Fort Lee. Production days are Mon.-Wed. and scheduling is flexible. A â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘ â€˘
successful candidate will: Production of editorial layout and copy editing. Rewriting press releases and wire stories to specific style guidelines. Communicate with the Editor, Public Affairs Office staff and Military News team. Attention to detail ensuring quality and deadlines compliance. Adhere to all corporate policies and procedures in conduct of business. Exhibit a cooperative, solution-oriented approach to problem solving. Qualifications: â€˘ 1-3 years related work experience or equivalent education in journalism. â€˘ Able to apply Associated Press Style Guide rules to news stories. â€˘ Proficient with PC computer and Adobe InDesign, Adoble Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Adoble Acrobat, as well as MS Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint). â€˘ Prior military background or knowledge of the military is helpful. â€˘ A strong, demonstrated commitment to high-quality customer service. â€˘ Experience working in a newprint/magazine publication environment. All interested applicants should contact Tricia Lieurance at (757) 439-8008 or email resume firstname.lastname@example.org Military Newspapers of Virginia, a subsidiary of Pilot Media Companies, LLC, is an equal opportunity employer.
30 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
Classifieds TO PLACE AN AD...
BY FAX: (804) 526-8692
MILITARY NEWSPAPERS OF VIRGINIA
Call: (804) 526-8656 Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
BY MAIL: (Free Classifieds Only Active Duty, Retired, Spouse) TRAVELLER CLASSIFIEDS 150 W. Brambleton Ave. Norfolk, VA 23510
DEADLINE: Reader & Display Thursday 5:00 p.m. (week prior)
BY EMAIL: email@example.com
Ca 804-52 ll 6-8656 today!
Reach more than 10,000 active duty military, civil service employees, retirees, their spouses and the civilian community.
NEW ONLINE DISCOUNT GIFTSHOP
WWW.JJDISCOUNTGIFTSHOP.COM and Wholesale Distributor Discount Gift Shop
OVER 3000 ITEMS MR. JAMES JENKINS Cell: 804-898-2534 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Automobiles for Sale
2006 Dodge Charger SXT 3.5 High Output $9,999 obo. 111k mis., Midnight Blue Pearl, Leather, 22" Rims/Tires Amp, 2 12 In.Subwoofers,Great Condition, email email@example.com
GRACE BAPTIST CHURCH 23814 River Rd. • Petersburg, VA 23803 Phone: (804) 732-6943
Sunday School ............................9:45AM Morning Worship ......................11:00AM Evening Worship .........................2:00PM Wednesday Evening....................7:15PM
Religious Announcements BIBLE BAPTIST CHURCH 3115 Oaklawn Boulevard • Hopewell, Va 23860
“Where Christ Makes the Difference” II Cor. 5:17 Sunday Morning . . . . . . . . . . . 10:00 AM Sunday Evening . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30 PM Wednesday, Bible Study . . . . . 7:00 PM
Help Wanted Electrician Wanted w/experience installing surveillance equipment. Call 804-840-6159
“Independent & Fundamental”
Pastor Sinclair Rowe • (804) 452-2061
FREE CLASSIFIED AD Advertising Policy & Deadlines QUALIFICATIONS FOR FREE ADS: • Eligibility: Active duty or retired military, their eligible family members and active or retired civil service employees • Free ads cannot be of a commercial nature (i.e., business opportunities, help wanted, etc.) and must be personal property of the eligible member. They also should not represent a sustained income or business or be sold or listed through agents or representatives. • When advertising a home for rent or home for sale, the home must be THE PRIMARY RESIDENCE. (All rental properties are considered to be paid ads.) • When advertising animals for sale, the ad will only be considered free if there is only one animal being sold. (LITTERS BEING SOLD ARE CONSIDERED PAID ADS) • The classified editor reserves the right to edit or refuse ads based on advertising policies.
Wanted Exp. babysitter w/happy perrsonality to care for 2yr. old, must have excellent driving record, background check, 804-840-6159
For Rent-Furnished Apts COUNTY LINE APARTMENTS $895/mo.1 BR, 1BA, Fully Furnished, You need nothing but your suitecase! Smoke-free secure building, No Pets.
Rent includes all utilities.
Call Jeff, 804-283-5760
Great FiShing! Close to Ft. Lee Apt, furn’d, in my home 4 Acres, Private Entrance Avail. Now 1BR, 1BA, Kit. facilities, Laundry Free Cable, WI FI, Utilities Stairs to Deck, River $750/mo. ELIZABETH KELLY 804-895-2018 ©2006 Environmental Defense
HOW TO SUBMIT:
• No more than 5 ads per week, per household. • Free ads will not be accepted via official mailing channels such as guard mail or postage and fees paid indicia. Free ads will be accepted by fax, mail, delivery or Web site. See end of this ad for details. • We cannot accommodate phone inquiries regarding free classified ads. • Renewals, corrections and cancellations cannot be taken by phone and must be resubmitted. • Copy for free classified ads should be typed or printed legibly. • Ads which are illegible, too long or otherwise do not conform to instructions will not be published • Automotive ads must begin with make, model and year (in this order). • Real estate ads must begin with the name of the city, followed by the neighborhood. DEADLINE: 5pmcode___________________________________________________________________ Thursday the week prior to publication. Address and phone number must be included on form. City, state, ZIP Name of Person Placing Ad: Work phone# Home phone# ______________________________ Mailing Address: City, State, ZIP Code: Sponsor Rank/Rate/Grade____________________ Work Phone #: Home Phone #: Command: __________________________________________________________________________ Sponsor: Rank/Rate/Grade: Command:
For Rent-Other City Apts Just Moments from... • 1-95 & I-85 • Fort Lee (2 miles) • Southpark Mall • Historic Petersburg Newly Renovated Apartments Features: • Energy Efficient Windows • Walk in Closets • New Appliances • Ceiling Fans • New Heating/ AC Units
Fort Lee Special “Reduced”
ER T A RE R C UA TS SQRTMEsNA Priority 2 BR TOWNHOMES $699
• Apartments • Style . . . . . . . . . . . Rate 1 BR . . . . . . . . . . . $599 2 BR . . . . . . . . . . . $659 3 BR . . . . . . . . . . . $699
3BR, 2b, rancher Disputanta, 12mi from Ft. Lee on 3 acres w/well and septic tank, well kept. (925.00 Mo) call 804-586-0664 or H (804-530-3481). May negotiate price for military.
! I ion cted ocat is Expe L n Whe Value &
1025 S. Crater Rd. Apt. 13A Petersburg, VA 23805 Call me @ (804)733-6298 or Email us @ Cratersquare@ druckerandfalk.com cross ﬁngers fight global warming.com
Small family or share with buddy. 2-bedroom, DBL lot, large garage. Excellent neighborhood. $880/mo. Available immediately. Ten minutes from Fort Lee.
NO APP FEE • $99 DEPOSIT
Include home # and/or address within text of ad. Approximately 25 characters (including spaces) per line.
For Rent-House (All)
For Rent-House (All) 3BR, 2BA, w/GRG & LRG FNCE BYD RFG/STV/ WSHR & DRYR, 3M FRM BASE. (SCHL DIST: PG), BLT (2006), RENT: $1200 MTLY. (804)-931-7001
For Rent-Peninsula House
Colonial Hts 3BR/2BA home $950/mo. + dep. Ideal for small family. Great neighborhood /rec center and pool. Close to Ft Lee. Call 757-262-7096. DinwiddieCo.Courthouse area, lg. 3BR, 1BA, w/stor bu., lg. yard, mins to Ft Lee or Pickett $725/mo. + dep. & refs., 804-469-3558 bef. 9pm. lv. msg
For Sale-Land/Farm/Timber BLACKSTONE, VA: 25+ acres located near Ft. Pickett. Great Price. Call Heartland Properties 434-392-4999
For Sale-Home (All) 7 ROOM HOME on 13 acres (Dinwiddie Co.) serious pre-approved only For info call 804-651-8540
HOMES PETERSBURG & HOPEWELL
3-4 BR’s w/2-3.5 BA’s Purchase, Lease Option, Rent
Clip and Fax to: (757) 853-1634 or mail or deliver to:
MNV Classifieds • 150 W. Brambleton Ave. • Norfolk, VA 23510 • Free ad form •
i>À Ì i Ã}Ã v `i«ÀiÃÃ >` ÞÕ } Ì Li >Li Ì Ã>Ûi Ì i vi v Ãii ÞÕ Ûi° / v` ÕÌ Ài V> £nnnx££-6 Ì`>Þ° ÜÜÜ°Ã>Ûi°À}
BRUISED CREDIT? WE CAN HELP CALL TODAY!!!
Come for a visit... Stay for a Lifetime!
Convenient to I-95 and I-85 and Shopping Centers
MINUTES TO FORT LEE
October 25, 2012 â€˘ TRAVELLER â€˘ 31
2012-2013 Fort Lee Post Guide & Telephone Directory Available early December at various locations on Post
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms Available (floor plans up to 1200 sq.ft.) 6 & 12 Month Leases â€˘ Small Pets Welcome â€˘ Swimming Pool & Fitness Center â€˘ Washer/Dryer in Select Apartment Homes
1700 Johnson Road, #2D â€˘ Petersburg, VA 23805 Managed by Drucker & Falk, LLC
(804) 526-0502 1001 Blvd. Colonial Heights, VA 23834 Aimee Bradley Property Manager APARTMENTS ASK ABOUT OUR MILITARY SPECIALS! Colonial Heights $650/month 209 A Jefferson Ave. Large 2BR, 1BA, eat-in kitchen, hardwood floors throughout. Colonial Heights $720/month 1500 Concord Ave. 2BR, 1.5BA townhouse. W/D hookups. Rent includes water, trash & sewer. Colonial Heights $650/month 310 Brookedge Dr. 2BR, 1BA, living room, kitchen, great yard, move in ready. Colonial Heights $700/month 401 Orange Ave. 2BR, 1.5BA, All Electric. HOUSES Chester $850/month 15928 Sandwave Rd. 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths.
HOUSES CONT. Colonial Heights $700/month 502 Braxton Ave. 2BR, 1BA, living room, kitchen, dining room, central air gas heat.
This Directory contains on post phone numbers, command information, and information on goods & services available in your Tri-Cities Area. It also contains maps of the surrounding areas.
Colonial Heights $695/month 1123 Shuford Ave. 2BR, 1 bath, renovated home, great yard, close to shopping, Fort Lee & I-95. Dinwiddie $1100/month 27907 Perkins Rd. 3BR, 2BA, dining rm, eat in kitchen, living rm, front/back deck, 2 car garage, covered carport, fish pond. MUST SEE! Ettrick $895/month 20709 Willowdale Dr. 4BR, 1.5 BA, newly renovated. MUST SEE! Petersburg $1,000/month 1816 Chuckatuck Ave. 3BR, 1.5 bath, living room, dining rm & kitchen. Washer/ dryer hook-up. All electric.
You know that noise your heart makes when you work out? ITâ€™S CALLED APPLAUSE. , ) 2 /( (,') 12 ( 2 / ( ),2 "2)2 ,0% , ), 0, & (2 " 2 /( , 1 ),( ),/(, , , % ( ( 12) , 1( 2 /( () (, ,, ),( 0), 111%((,% ( ( !33!% ) )" "( 0 ) "/ )(0% ! ( (, )) ,
For Advertising Information Please Call: 804-526-8656
32 • Traveller • October 25, 2012
No Money Down Including Auto Taxes And Hard Plates!
WE ARE APPROVED BY ALL MILITARY COMMANDS FOR THE M.A.P. PROGRAM ESTABLISHED 1986 Relax! We Do
FULL COVERAGE INSURANCE AND HARDPLATES ON EVERY CAR! GET YOUR BASE STICKER NOW!
Call toll free 1-800-394-3939
CALL FOR FREE NO OBLIGATION TEST DRIVE
WE CAN BRING THE VEHICLE TO YOU.
2007 HYUNDAI TIBURON GT LEATHER, LOW MILES
2007 DODGE RAM 1500 BIG HORN LOADED, LOW MILES
2007 CHEVROLET MALIBU LOW MILES, GREAT CONDITION
2008 MAZDA 3
2006 PONTIAC G6 GTP
SUNROOF, P/W, P/DL, TILT, CRUISE
2006 HONDA ACCORD
FULL POWER, LOADED
TILT, CRUISE, PREMIUM SOUND
2006 CHRYSLER 300 LEATHER, LOADED
REGARDLESS OF RANK FEDERAL CREDIT UNION FINANCING
2008 NISSAN SENTRA SPEC V CALL FOR DETAILS
Member Better Business Bureau
Certified Vehicle History Report
2007 CHEVROLET SILVERADO CALL FOR DETAILS
2005 FORD EXPEDITION CALL FOR DETAILS
SPECIAL! $0 DOWN
2007 LINCOLN MKZ CALL FOR DETAILS
2006 CHEVY COBALT SS SUPERCHARED CALL FOR DETAILS
2007 CHEVROLET IMPALA CALL FOR DETAILS NATIONAL AWARD-WINNING CUSTOMER SERVICE
2005 LEXUS ES 330
LEATHER, SUNROOF, LOADED
LOADED, LOW MILES, EXCELLENT CONDITION
CALL FOR DETAILS
2001 FORD MUSTANG
CALL FOR DETAILS
2006 NISSAN 350Z
CALL FOR DETAILS
CALL FOR DETAILS
2006 BUICK RENDEZVOUS CALL FOR DETAILS
2008 CHRYSLE SEBRING CALL FOR DETAILS
2008 JEEP PATRIOT A/T, FULL POWER *PAYMENTS
2008 DODGE CHARGER
2009 MAZDA 6
2007 SCION TC
We Have the Power of...Guaranteed
A 3-Minute Call to Bay Auto Could Save You Thousands in Interest!
2006 ACURA TL CALL FOR DETAILS
2007 HONDA CIVIC HYBRID CALL FOR DETAILS
BASED ON $0 DOWN, 7% APR @ 72 MOS.
9NO LICENSE? WE CAN HELP YOU EARN ONE!
CALL FOR OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW MORE VEHICLES!
WE CAN FIND IT FOR YOU!
AS A COURTESY SE HABLA ESPAÑOL • RECEIVE 2 FULL TANKS OF GAS WITH PURCHASE
ALL VEHICLES ARE PREOWNED. ALL VEHICLES IN STOCK OR WILL ACQUIRE ANOTHER ONE FROM DEALER OUTLET. †LICENSED AUTO INSURANCE AGENTS CAN COME TO YOU. *