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A weekly publication of Newport News Shipbuilding
Front row (L to R): Randy Harris, Russell Johnson, Jason Peck, Scott Markwith, Kenneth Freeman, Demetri Washington, Gene Weaver, Landon Scott. Second row (L to R): Jasper McMickle, Romel Ward, Christopher Aultman, Satchel Powell, Vernon Eason, Cliff Clifton, Samuel Harris, Luis Bonilla, Troy Watson. Back row (L to R): Jimmy Barger, Willie Jones, Roy Townsen, Christopher Evans, Jeffery Watson, John Gregory. Photo by Chris Oxley
Shipbuilders Skateboard Around Obstacles on CVN 72 Catapult Overhaul On June 12, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) X11 and X18 shipbuilders from all three shifts were recognized during a luncheon for their work on overhauling the ship’s catapults. CVN 72’s catapults were more corroded than previous aircraft carriers coming in for overhaul. The bottom 22 inches of the catapult trough walls needed to be cut out and replaced. The shipbuilders met the challenge with ingenuity, including creating a skateboard conveyor that could safely transport the 320-pound steel plates down the catapult without having to remove the shed and schedule cranes for the
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work. The simple contraption saved time and reduced risk of injury. All four catapults were finished on schedule except for catapult “number four,” which was completed one month ahead of schedule. During the luncheon, on CVN 72’s flight deck, John Gregory (X11), general foreman overseeing the catapult work, praised the team, “These guys stepped up to a high-risk job, and made it look easy.”
The Communications team has redesigned Currents in an effort to create additional space for articles. If you or your department would like Currents to cover an event in your division, contact Lauren Ward (O29) at 380-4622 or send and email to Currents@hii-nns.com.
Coming Soon! NNS Town Hall Compilation Video During May and June, Newport News Shipbuilding President Matt Mulherin embarked on a tour to discuss the state of the shipyard with NNS’ more than 23,700 shipbuilders. This week, the Communications Division will publish a compilation video of all 10 stops on the tour. Continue to check Yardnet this week to watch the video.
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Shipbuilders Recognized at TNCC Graduation Fifty-two Thomas Nelson Certificate Program recipients were recognized during the College’s (TNCC) 45th Annual Commencement exercises on May 15 for completion of Career Studies and Certificate Programs. These programs were developed in conjunction with TNCC to enhance the student’s knowledge skills required by the management profession. The programs are coordinated through Newport News Shipbuilding’s Night School and with instructors from TNCC. Certificate Programs include: Fundamentals of Organizational Leadership, Supervision Certificate and the Industrial Management Certificate. For additional information on career studies and certificate programs, contact Shirley Smith-King (O22) at 688-8608.
TNCC Commencement participants include: pictured (L to R): Dr. James Hughes (O22), manager of training, Everett Jordan, director of Education for The Apprentice School, John Dever, Ph.D, TNCC president, Danny Hunley, vice president of Operations, Amanda Ridolfi (X36), Darryl Wynder (X11), Jasmine Lassiter (X42), Gregory Smith, Jr. (X31), Shirley Smith-King (O22), assistant administrator, Nancy Hill (E49), TNCC adjunct professor of Business, Cassandra Cooke (O53), Richard Hooper (X31), Theablo Holifield (X18), Jason Kronstain (X32), Donmetrius King (X11), Maurice Evans (O54), John Harris Jr. (X15), Joshua Phelps (X11), Jeralyn Richardson (N313), TNCC adjunct professor of Accounting. Photo by Dar Deerfield Mook
Dependent Verification Deadline June 30 Huntington Ingalls Industries is currently in the process of re-verifying certain dependents (e.g. spouses, step children) covered by company benefits. Dependents such as biological or adopted children who were previously verified will not need to be re-verified. Shipbuilders must re-verify the dependent eligibility for the • Legal spouse • Disabled dependents
Front row (L to R): Jean DePonceau (O43), Dell Dellamura (N950), Dan Edwards (X82), Mickael Wallace (O46), Rebecca Tobin (X82), Patrick Vick (E83), Racheal Sterrett (X82). Second row (L to R): Michael Andrews (E91), Stephen Jelf (E44), Steve Williams (E41), Marcus Wyche (X88), Shelby Robinson (X36), Rashed Johnson (X33), Michael Kush (T53), Jared Smiddy (O04). Back row (L to R): Kevin Prussia (E22), Mike Stout (X73), Jacob Noble (X33), Wade Truynham III (M53), Ken Roundtree (X36), Isaih Harrison (X88), Ron Gordon (X67), Tommy Wooten (X36), John Sowden (T53), Leslie Matthews (X88). Photo by Ricky Thompson
Congratulations EPL Graduates Newly-promoted supervisors and managers are required to attend an Enhancing Personal Leadership (EPL) five-day course once in their new position. Congratulations May 2014 EPL class of new supervisors and managers! For more information about Newport News Shipbuilding’s EPL course or resources available to shipbuilders, visit the O25 Leadership Development Yardnet website or contact Nancy Kramer (O25) at 688-2761 or via email.
• Domestic partner (coverage for domestic partners applies to salaried employees only) • Step children/children of domestic partner (coverage for children of domestic partners applies to salaried employees only) The dependent verification deadline is Monday, June 30 in order to maintain healthcare benefits for these dependents. In addition, you must verify eligibility for any biological or adopted children not previously verified. Visit www.hiibenefits.com for more information or contact the Huntington Ingalls Benefits Center (HIBC) at 1-877-216-3222.
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Career Pathways Recognizes Volunteers Nearly 300 Career Pathways volunteers were recognized for the 20132014 school year with a luncheon on June 19. The luncheon celebrated the volunteers as well as the community partners that helped Career Pathways reach out to more than 26,000 students throughout Hampton Roads and more than 1,000 teachers and adult learners. During the luncheon, Career Pathways Manager Sherri Thompson (O44) thanked volunteers for an amazing year. Guest speaker Lynn Showalter (O37) spoke about his interaction with the Early Career Students and Quentin Jackson from An Achievable Dream Middle/ High School, spoke about the partnership with the Sailors from the USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) and Career Pathways. The highlight of the event was the video in which students and teachers personally thanked the volunteers for all they did this school year. Watch the video that was shown during the luncheon on Yardnet. Visit the Career Pathways Yardnet website or contact Gordon Sproat (O44) at 688-3176 or via email for more information on how you can get involved with Career Pathways.
NNS shipbuilders who volunteered at 10 or more Career Pathway events were recognized during the luncheon on June 19. Pictured (L to R): Michael Moore, Matt Thomas, William Larkin, Lewis Fisher, Matt Lewis, Monica Clark, Jamel Fitzgerald, John Banks, Katelyn Johnson, Tommy Cragg, Adam Bridwell; Joseph Caden not pictured. Photo by Chris Oxley
STEM Call-to-Collaboration Conference Huntington Ingalls Industries hosted a STEM Workforce Call-to-Collaboration conference this week to help increase the quality of science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and the quantity of STEM-educated graduates for the future workforce. The two-day conference featured insight from HII President and CEO Mike Petters, Newport News Shipbuilding President Matt Mulherin and Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.), who provided a keynote address via video. Sponsored by the National Defense Industrial Association and the Aerospace Industries Association, the quarterly Call-to-Collaboration meetings aim to foster regional and statewide communication between education stakeholders and STEM employers such as HII. The goal of the conference is to explore ways of partnering with elementary, secondary and post-secondary education to produce the 21st century STEM workforce. To read the entire HII news release, visit newsroom.huntingtoningalls.com.
NNS Hosts Industry Days Energy and Integration Programs (K03) and Industrial Projects (K81) hosted an Industry Days event for Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. (Jacobs) and the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) personnel on June 9 and 10 at VASCIC. The purpose of the two-day event was to provide Jacobs and NASA with a better understanding of Newport News Shipbuilding’s special skills, capabilities, and toolsets that can support the contract awarded to Jacobs by NASA. The contract is to provide Center Maintenance, Operations and Engineering (CMOE) to NASA LaRC located in Hampton. Pete Diakun, vice president of Energy and Integrations Programs, and Ken Mahler, vice president of Navy Programs, kicked off the event with an overview of NNS capabilities and connections to the local NASA LaRC facility.
Vice President of Energy and Integrations Programs Pete Diakun kicked off Industry Days by giving an overview of NNS capabilities and NNS connections to the local NASA LaRC facility. Photo by John Whalen
“In addition to our similar capabilities, Jacobs and NASA view our close proximity to the NASA LaRC campus as invaluable in terms of having a major industrial partner in their backyard,” Bob Ernsting, the event organizer and NNS point of contact to Jacobs for CMOE said, “Additionally, similar to NNS, NASA shares a rich family legacy with many generational ties to the Hampton Roads area. Whether it’s a spouse, family member or friend, many NNS employees have some connection with NASA LaRC. The NNS CMOE subcontract with Jacobs further helps to support our company’s initiatives of expanding its core business into markets outside of U.S. Navy shipbuilding.”
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AROUND THE YARD HRT “GoPass365” Applications Due this Friday, June 27 Newport News Shipbuilding is currently accepting applications for the Hampton Roads Transit “GoPass365” Program. Shipbuilders interested in entering their name into the lottery for a pass should complete the NNS/HRT form and return it to Ann Willis (O67) in Bldg. 78-1 by Friday, June 27. View the HRT “Go Pass” flyer for more information.
Summer Dress Code As the weather continues to get warmer, shipbuilders are reminded of the shipyard’s personal clothing requirements. Although it can be tempting to wear flip flops or other summer attire, rules are in place to prohibit these items within production areas to keep shipbuilders safe. To view the requirements, visit the EH&S Yardnet website.
Volunteers Needed at Soup Kitchen Interested in helping the less fortunate? If so, join The Apprentice School Jaycees help the community by running monthly Soup Kitchens at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Newport News. On the third Sunday of each month, The Apprentice School Jaycees prepare and serve breakfast starting at 8:30 a.m. Also, on the fourth Friday of every month, The Apprentice School Jaycees will meet at the same location and cook and serve dinner starting at 4:30 p.m. Contact Sean Brady (E88) 615-2187.
Peninsula Pilots to Announce June 19 Makeup Game Despite inclement weather, shipbuilders still turned out for “Shipbuilder Appreciation Night” at the Peninsula Pilots on June 19. Shipbuilders Andy Flood (X11) threw the first pitch and Ned Harris (O14) sang the national anthem. “It was nice to see people at the game enjoying America’s past time and appreciating America’s shipbuilders,” said Harris. A makeup game will be announced in the coming weeks for shipbuilders who were not able to attend the game. Look for more information in Currents.
Bryan Moore, Public Relations manager, left, receives award from PRSA representative, on behalf of NNS during PRSA’s award ceremony on June 12 in New York City. Photo courtesy of PRSA
NNS Receives Award From PRSA On June 12, the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) held its Silver Anvil Awards Ceremony in New York City. The ceremony is PRSA’s way of recognizing the best in the public relations profession. Newport News Shipbuilding received a Silver Anvil Award of Excellence for its successful Gerald R. Ford (CVN 78) Christening Ceremony in 2013. NNS was one of more than 800 applicants for the award. “Putting on a special event is a major team effort for shipbuilders across the yard,” said Bryan Moore, manager of Public Relations. “This award goes to the volunteers, security, facilities; everyone who made the Ford Christening such an incredible and memorable ceremony.” Moore attended the banquet in New York City and accepted the award on behalf of the Communications Division.
ASSA Holds Annual Fishing Trip The Apprentice School Students Association (ASSA), held its annual Father’s Day Fishing Trip in Hatteras, North Carolina on June 14. Students, alumni, faculty and staff were invited to bring guests and try their hand at the open sea. The charter supplied bait and fishing poles and the rest was left to skill. Gary Garner and his father caught enough fish to fill a cooler and also the largest fish of the trip. Garner is a senior apprentice and will walk in the 2015 Apprentice School Graduation Ceremony. Gary Garner (right) and his father with the fish they caught during this year’s ASSA’s Annual Fishing Trip in North Carolina.
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DATEBOOK JUNE 24
Interested in earning a Master of Science Degree in Systems Engineering? A program will be offered on-site at HII starting in mid-August 2014. Students will complete the entire master’s program in less than three years, with expected graduation in May 2017. Attend a luncheon from 12-12:45 p.m. on June 24 in Bldg. 812 (room 180). To RSVP send an email to Cohort@gwu.edu.
The INCOSE (International Council on Systems Engineering) Hampton Roads Area Chapter will host a dinner meeting at Smoke in Newport News at 5:30 p.m. During the meeting, guest speaker Paul Van Doren will give a presentation on the Defense Global Deployment of a Health Care System. For more information, contact Program Director Mary Stuczynski (E04) at 688-1661.
The “Spear and Gear” Toastmasters’ Club will host a lunchtime meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Bldg. 903-2 (room 203). Guests are always welcome. Contact Eldeania Speller (K05) 380-3764 or Rose Brodie (K75) at 688-3382.
The Apprentice School Jaycees will hold its monthly “Good Fridays” Soup Kitchen at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (34th St. in Newport News) from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Contact Sin Yi (X42) at 814-3404.
Reactor Services will host their annual Golf Classic at Cypress Creek Golf Course in Smithfield. Registration will begin at 11:30 a.m. and a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. The cost is $75 per golfer. To register or for more information contact BJ Maben (X73) at 380-3957 or Gail Sawyer (X73) 534-0588.
Old Dominion University’s College of Continuing Education and Professional Development is hosting an Open House at VASCIC from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ODU will present information on Professional Certificate Programs. Contact Nita Scarlett (O35) at 688-5599 for more information.
The Old Dominion University Business Gateway will be conducting a series of Open House presentations for professional certificate programs and single-course offerings from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the VASCIC auditorium. Visit the O35 Engineering Skills Yardnet website for details.
Old Dominion University’s College of Continuing Education and Professional Development is hosting an Open House at VASCIC from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ODU will present information on Single Course Certificates. Contact Nita Scarlett (O35) at 688-5599 or Rex Parker (O35) at 688-7224 for more information.
The “Spear and Gear” Toastmasters’ Club will host a lunchtime meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Bldg. 903-2 (room 203).Guests are always welcome. Contact Eldeania Speller (K05) 380-3764 or Rose Brodie (K75) at 688-3382.
The International Compliance Office will hold Annual Export Training-Basic from 9-10 a.m. and 1-2 p.m. at VASCIC (large auditorium). Register via the Learning Exchange (LX). Contact Sarah Williams (O19) at 380-3599 for questions.
The “Spear and Gear” Toastmasters’ Club will meet from 4:30-5:30 p.m. in Bldg. 903-2 (room 203). Guests are always welcome. Contact Rose Brodie (K75) at 688-3382 or Donna Graves (E08) at 688-6204 for more information.
The Apprentice Alumni Association (AAA) will host the annual AAA Crab Feast at the Knights of Columbus in Newport News. Tickets are available through the Alumni delegates, officers and Judy Hester (022) at The Apprentice Schhol (688-2512). visit www.nnapprentice.com/alumni/news.htm for more information.
Visit www.buildyourcareer.com for more information on how you can build your career with Newport News Shipbuilding.
Career and Professional Development (O44) will host a Career Development Expo from 6-10 a.m. and 1-5 p.m. on July 18 in Bldg. 520-6. The interactive event will feature informational booths and a 30-minute informational session. All shipbuilders are invited to attend. For more information, view the flyer or contact Tina Howell (O44) at 380-7898 or via email.
The African American Shipbuilders Association (AASA), Women in Shipbuilding Enterprise (WiSE), Hispanic Outreach Leadership Alliance (HOLA) and the Veterans Employee Resource Group (VERG) will host a joint family barbeque from noon to 4 p.m. at Newport News Park. All shipbuilders and their family are invited. Contact McNewton Sullivan (X73) at 688-4155 for questions.
The “Spear and Gear” Toastmasters’ Club will host a lunchtime meeting from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Bldg. 903-2 (room 203).Guests are always welcome. Contact Eldeania Speller (K05) 3803764 or Rose Brodie (K75) at 688-3382.
The “Spear and Gear” Toastmasters’ Club will host a lunchtime meeting from 11:30 a.m, to 12:30 p.m. in Bldg. 903-2 (room 203), Guests are always welcome. Contact Eldeania Speller (K05) at 380-3764 or Rose Brodie (K75) at 688-3382 for more information.
AAA Alumni Coin Distribution During June, the Apprentice Alumni Association (AAA) will distribute alumni coins as a “thank you” to all members that have paid their dues either through check, cash or payroll deducation. Delegates will be manning tables from 12-12:30 p.m. at the following locations, so stop by and get your coin! • June 24: Bldg. 160 (E62 CR)
• June 25: Bldg. 4633-4 (CR B) & Bldg. 901-1 (CR 105)
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• June 26: SMOF (4th Floor CR)
Editor: Lauren Ward
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07 FORD FOCUS - Gray, 4-Cyl, sunroof, CD player, 1-owner, garage kept, 28K low miles. $8,700 (neg) (757) 334-3518
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99 F-150 LARIAT - runs, power opt. 4wd.brake assist. line-x. needs little work. good insp. 6’ bed. 225k mi $3,000 (757) 635-6845
FJR ACCESSORIES - Custom tail rack, expandable trunk & passenger backrest will fit gen 2 FJR, painted to match ‘06 and ‘12 $275 (757) 717-4062
BED COVER - Tan hard shell tonneau cover for FORD Super Duty. Great condition. Locking latch. $250 obo (757) 508-2421
02 FORD EXPLORER - V6 4.0L, PS/PW, 5 sp. manual, current insp, needs AC work, 115K miles. $2,000 obo (757) 810-3668 USED TIRE & RIM - Need Spare - Michelin LT P245/70R/R17, 6/32”depth,5 lugs,w/5 1/2” lug ctr, $50 or OBO (757) 508-0854 07 CRF230 - Honda Dirt Bike, Low Hours, Excellent Cond., New Air Filter, Fresh Oil Change, Perfect Trail Bike $1,500 OBO (757) 532-7669 M90 AND M109R - M109/ M90 Luggage rack $75 OBO pic call/txt (757) 236-0789 UTILITY TRAILER - 4x8,with 3’ sides/tilt trailer/ diamond plate steel. Black w/ 15” white wagon wheels (757) 619-3903 VTX 1300 HONDA - motorcycle, ex cond, garage kept, silver w/ new tires, vance/ hines pipes. $4500 obo (757) 619-3903 CHEVY TRUCK - 2001 White Chevy Truck 3/4ton V8 fast 2Wheel Dr $5500. OBO Tow Package (757) 650-0156 FOR SALE - Portable RV sewage tank. 15 gal. new never used $90. (757) 810-6389 CORVETTE C6 - Tires w/ Rims and sensor Excellent Condition $900 (757) 362-6800 HARLEY DAVIDSON - 02’Fatboy Pearl White 18,000mi Vance & Hines pipes lots of chrome & extras garage kept since new $9,500 OBO (757) 592-1100
07 WIDE GLIDE - 103 ci. w/SE Stage III Race Kit, Vance & Hines Exhaust, Lots of chrome & extras. Garage kept. 11K mi. $11,000 (757) 465-7783
16FT BOAT - Custom Juniper Wood flat bottom skiff with fiberglass hull. Exc. Cond. $3,000 obo (757) 508-2421
92 PARK AVENUE - 210K MI. Runs, but needs work $750 obo (804) 854-3435
95 BAYLINER - capri open bow, 120hp OB W/ trailer. $3K. Mechanically fine needs new seats (757) 373-1579
WHEELS FOR SALE - 18” wheels & tires for sale $400 OBO. one tire is flat but the rest are good. (757) 503-1523 TRAILER - 6x12, open trailer, tool box & extra spare tire, alum frame, fold down gate, $1,000 firm. (757) 650-2282 MOBILE DETAIL - Cars, trucks, midsize & extended SUVs, duo axle trucks & Newport News & Hampton Areas. (252) 287-5553 00 NEON - Blue Book $1,700 ... Best Offer (757) 871-6849 DIRTBIKE - 1981 2 stroke 250 cc Yamaha dirtbike. Fast & fun, has a rebuilt head, new rings & piston, moose grips (757) 713-3573 4SALE - Yamaha 250 2Stroke Dirt Bike/ Enduro Style $1,000 obo (757) 713-3573 CAMRY CAR BRA - Black Leather Original Toyota car bra fits over hood (1pc.)for 2007-2011. used twice. $60 (757) 298-7601 05 CAMRY LE - 170k mi, white 4dr,great cond 5k nego, am/fm/cd (228) 990-0959
AVALANCHE RIMS - 17” Avalanche Rims and Tires; %675 Approximately 12,000 miles on tires. (757) 817-8358 02 VW PASSAT - Good cond. 141,000mi. 1.8 gas turbo, auto, heated leather seats, sun roof, monsoon stereo. $4,200 before 8pm (757) 369-3535
96 GMC JIMMY - 4.3L V6 Auto 4X4 Tow Package, pwr all. Clean in/out. Current Insp. 227K mi $1800 OBO (757) 870-8151
SRT8 CHALLENGER - 2010, 24K mi, manual, black/black. Xlnt cond. New tires in 3/14, CAI & exhaust upgrade. $32K (661) 487-9422
LINCOLN TOWNCAR - Exec Series, 4.6 ltr. w/new battery, P/W, P/L, A/C, 25% dark tint, alarm sys, Nov. State Insp (757) 838-6645 05 HD WIDEGLIDE - 1450cc 34k miles, dark red w/silver flames. $7,000 obo. text for pictures (804) 931-9289
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09 HONDA MINIVA - Odyssey, EX-L w/ DVD, leather int, fully loaded, seats 8, 1 owner, 102K mi, $15,500. (757) 870-2450
04 JETTA - Blue, 1.8T, Blk int., auto, a/c, 136k, $4,200, text/call (757) 848-8038 ATV FOR SALE - 125cc camo ATV w/front & back luggage racks. Helmet included. Text for pics $1,200 obo. (757) 236-1977
RIMS - 2006 Katana 600 chrome rims $250. (252) 287-5553
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SHAMROCK ’83 CC - T-top, trailer. Newly rebuilt 351 inboard w/ < 15 hours. Real nice bay boat. $10,500. (757) 369-3535 CHAPARRAL 2830 - 28ft Bowrider w/ enclosed head. E/C, freshwater only. Tandem Alum trlr. 454 EFI. $25,000 obo. (757) 357-5542
COMPUTERS KEYBOARD - Logitech wireless wave combo MK550 keyboard. Ergonomic keyboard & wireless mouse. Lightly used $70 (703) 501-4255 SURFACE RT - 64 GB Microsoft Surface RT. Pink TouchType Keyboard. OEM, Box, Spare Charger. Mint. (757) 672-4417 COMPUTER REPAIR - iPad Screen repairs starting at $120; (757) 329-6761 COMPUTER REPAIR - PC/Laptop repair, Virus removal, Program re-installs, etc… $85 + parts (757) 329-6761
HOBBIES GUITAR PEDALS - Fulltone ‘69 Fuzz $110, Zvex Box of Rock - $110, LovePedal COT50 - $80, Planet Waves Tuner - $50. (757) 650-9191 SOFTBALL CAMP - 6TH Annual Tidewater Girls Softball Camp, ages 7-18. Deer Park, NN. Aug 5-7. (757) 810-5995 GUITAR CLASSES - “School’s OUT for Summer!”. C’mon and sign UP! 1-on-1 (Midtown NN) All styles. Wk/bi-wk sched. Call/text (757) 528-7017
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Real Estate cont.
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ROUTER TABLE - Craftsman Router Table w/Router $50 Good Condition, Some bits included. Gloucester Va. (757) 262-6252
DINETTE SET - Round Dinette Set in good shape only asking $50. (757) 817-4443
TOWNHOUSE NN - 4BD/3.5BA, Master suite, 3 floors, 2-car garage, 1917 sqft, open floor plan, stainless steal app. Built 2011; $221,500 (757) 288-3300
WALLPAPER - experienced wallpaper installation and removal (540) 292-5560
POD HD500 - Line 6 Multi-effects guitar pedal 100 effects, 100 user slots & looper ex cond built to last. $275 (757) 365-4096
FURNISHINGS/ APPLIANCES SMOOTHIE BLENDER - with tap like new $15. will text pic (757) 810-6389 Furnishings & Appliances cont. ANTIQUE SOFA - velvet/mauve color. Beautiful sofa. Call for pic. Best offer. (757) 561-6883 CURIO CABINET - Beautiful & like new with glass door, 5 glass shelves & electric light ($150) (757) 838-6645 DINING ROOM SET - Gorgeous mahogany dining room set (table, 6 chairs, hutch, table leaf) $1,500 OBO (540) 229-4883 MICROWAVE - Nice Kenmore Microwave, sold for $150 asking $50, bought new one, getting rid of the used one. (757) 581-4677 VANITY DRESSER - Beautiful brown Vanity Dresser with Mirror. (757) 947-4408 FOR SALE - Large decorative wall hanging, like new $25. Will text pic (757) 810-6389 CHEST FREEZER - Kenmore chest freezer Model 253 14.1 cu. ft. Good Condition. $100. (757) 788-9957 SECTIONAL SET - 3pc Brown Sectional Recliner Sofas. In Good Condition. $800 obo. (757) 593-7821 MICROWAVE - Over the range microwave, sold for $275 asking for $85, Bought new one. (757) 509-1398 FUTON BED - Blk metal twin-full bunk bed/ bottom shows as couch-opens to full bed. Mattresses incl; $150 (757) 218-0716 DRESSER/MIRROR - Pretty French Provincial dresser, 62”X34”X18”, 9 drawers, with ornate mirror ($300- photo avail.) in Hampton. (757) 838-6645 FULL MIRROR - Nice full length, free standing mirror with white aluminum frame ($20, photo available) located in Hampton. (757) 838-6645 COMPUTER DESK - Black w/ 2 doors on front. Shelf space on top and inside. Composite wood. $50 call/texts. pics available (757) 508-0214 CABINET - Oak wall cabinet 20 wide x 30 ht. honey brown finish with shelves like new $25 for Pics call (757) 898-9095
TWIN BEDRM SET - Cherry color: dresser, chesser,headboard, box spring & mattress. All new. Call for Pics & price (757) 247-5536 DRYER - clothes dryer, electric, large capacity, white. Old, but works good. $60 (757) 876-7073 VANITY CABINET - Oak bathroom vanity 30 wide with faucets and top $35 for Pics call (757) 898-9095 FOR SALE - Fitted king size bed spread just back from cleaner in wrap EC w/sheet set $70 will text pic (757) 810-6389
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT - 3br, 2 ba 1600sq/ft 20 min. from shipyard. Western Branch/Chittum schools. (757) 373-1579 HOME FOR SALE - Move-in Ready Rancher, 3 BR/1 BA, near Langley. All new upgrades, fully furnished, Security. Only $139,000 (855) 461-2850 3BR HOME 4 SALE - 70 Cavalier Rd. Quiet neighborhood near LAFB. 10min from NNS. All appliances convey. (757) 439-1038 FOR RENT - Newly renovated Duplex! 4bd/2ba close to downtown attractions. 1428 sq.ft w/d hookup. (757) 515-3899 TIME SHARE - OUTER BANKS Barrier Island Kitty Hawk 4 Bedroom Villa, Week 21, Sunday to Sunday. P.$2,500 to own (757) 532-7859
LARGE TRIPLEX - Triplex for sale 20 min from work in E Ocean View, beach across street Be your onw boss rental units help (757) 650-0156 $950 RENT 3 BDR - Like new with new appliances! Vaulted ceiling. Fenced backyard. Available now! 2111 Belfast Ave. in Hampton (757) 288-7292 HUGE RANCHER - Huge yd. 2590sqft 4BR 2-1/2BA Can function as inlaw suite. Preapprsd. Askg $224,900 (757) 838-5134 OBX HOME RENTAL - 5BR/Oceanside/ pool/spa/jacuzzi/wetbar/game/internet, free (golf/bowling/cruises,etc.) $995-2895 wkly (757) 826-0740 FOR SALE/OWNER - $109,900 3 bedroom brick ranch with carport & fenced yard, New cabinets, 1000 sf. 17 Tillerson Dr. NN (757) 675-9954
TREADMILL - Cardio weslo treadmill. folds up for easy storage. barely used. $150 (757) 342-5343 BABY GIRL ITEMS - Carseat, Stroller, Floor Bouncer, Clothes, Tub, Walker, Floor Gym, Playpen, etc. (757) 593-7821 ORGANIC BEEF - Beef-organically grown!! Check us out on FB: “Soul Shine Farm Grass Fed Beef”. (540) 255-1292 LADIES SHOES - Sz 8, 8.5 various pumps stilletos, Gucci, S Weitzman, J Renee, S Madden $40-100 mint cond (540) 229-4883 CLEANING - - Need help cleaning your house? Depending on size its $60 or less! Please call (757) 218-1657 BREIFCASE - Samsonite professional black Leather expandable brief case for business $40 call (757) 898-9095 TOOLS - Stanley - Planes #6, #78, #296, level #259, & draw shave & vise all for $75 call (757) 898-9095
MISCELLANEOUS PHOTO BOOTH - Rental: All Events, Weddings, Bday Parties, Class Reunions. (instant prints) (757) 528-5575 MEN BIKE 24’ - Mens Huffy Mountain Bike for sale. This bike may be either a 24/26’ bike. Only asking $60.obo. (757) 438-8238 DRILL PRESS - Delta ShopMaster, Model DP300 w/ tilting table, light & tray, assembled out of box 1/11/14, never used ($200) (757) 838-6645
A/C SERVICE - Lic. & Insured. Complete change outs, service, cleanings, tune ups. All residential units (757) 771-3441 WEDDING FLOWERS - Yellow & White Silk Bouquets. Bride’s, 5 Bmaids & 1 flowergirl. Never used. $100 obo (757) 759-0618 DRESS & SHOES - Green Dress, long, Sz 8 & matching dyed shoes Sz 10. Brand New. Elegant/Fancy. $110 OBO (757) 759-0618 EXERCISE - Total Gym - Pro in good shape. Asking $40. (757) 817-4443
CHILD CARE - M-F, 6AM-6PM, Affordable, Exp & Ref, 1 opening in Hampton, $30 off 1st wk rate. no Infants PLS (757) 947-4408
NEWPORT NEWS - Handyman Services Custom carpentry work, trim, plumbing & electric, tile, paint, & more. 15+ yrs exp. (732) 403-4290
HOME FOR RENT. - 1.5 bedroom 2 bath loft with huge deck 900.00 per month. 5 min from shipyard. (757) 254-3079
PIPE DISPLAY - 70’s vintage rack, w/ Sherlock Holmes & Big Ben likeness etched in glass door, holds 16 Tobacco Pipes ($100) (757) 838-6645
TILES INSTALL - Save $$$ on Tiles Installation: Floors, Showers, Backsplashes, counter tops, shower walls. Quality workmanship (757) 752-7536
2BR FOR RENT - Cozy home in safe/quiet area. $800/mo including stove & fridge, water, cable & internet. No yard work. (757) 715-5462
VERSACE PILLOWS - ORIG Versace pillows: 2 red, 1 black; $500 each or 3 for $1,300 OBO. Photo avail (540) 229-4883
CHILDCARE - M-F, 1st/2nd shift available, FT/PT, CPR & First Aid Certified, reasonable rates, Foxhill area. (757) 869-1876
EXERCISE BIKE - Marcy product w/ 8 tension settings + scan, speed, distance, time, odometer & calorie display- $75 (photo) (757) 838-6645
WASHING SERVICE - Mobile Detail pressure washing service. Houses & driveways. Free estimates, NN, Hampton, Suffolk, Ahosike NC (252) 287-5553
LAWN CARE - Mobile Detail Lawn & Garden Care, free estimates. Hampton, NN, Sufolk, Chesapeake, Ahoskie NC areas. (252) 287-5553
WEDDING DECOR - Tying the knot?I can help with silk bouquets, centerpieces, pew bows,candy buffets & more. Free consultation. (757) 206-3386
FOR SALE - IOW, Carrsville Area,10.3 wooded acres, new price (757) 567-2768
ENGAGEMENT RING - 1/2 carat engagement ring. Certified appraised at $2,000. Make offer. (757) 812-2719
PAINTING - For all you home painting needs. 11yrs experience w/ great attention for customer satisfaction (757) 298-1733
ROOM FOR RENT - Hampton, Quiet/ Safe area, $600/month to include cable & internet & alarm system (757) 871-6849
FACEPAINTING - Facepainting/Glitter Tattoos for birthday parties/events/special occassions. (757) 340-7935
GOLD N HOT - Gold-n-Hot hair tools. Full set w/oven plus elec straightening comb. Used 2X. Make offer. (757) 371-3904
VB TOWNHOUSE - Townhouse in Virginia Beach for rent. 3bd, 2.5 bath. All appliances. $1550/mo. Call (757) 375-7325
HOUSE FOR RENT - 1000sqft 3Bd/1ba in downtown Smithfield, very quiet,fridge, heat/air,w/d h/u,Shed. 20min to Shipyard. $1200/m (757) 270-2056 HOUSE FOR SALE - 3BR with 2-1/2BA, located in Colony Pines (off Denbigh Blvd) Fenced Bkyard w/above ground pool. (757) 209-1011
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STOP TERMITES - Protect your home from devastating damage! Save $200 on termite treatments. (757) 609-0810
DELIVERY SVC - Order your groceries online or by phone. Delivered to your door in Hampton, VA (877) wegoshop ext 31 (757) 926-9117
MAKEOVERS - Want to try something different but don’t have the time or $$ to buy all those different colors? Call for app (703) 728-8288
A-1 CONCRETE - Free Quotes for your Patio, Driveway, sidewalks, slabs or additions. Clean up, seed and regrade each job A/R. (757) 952-5544
SKIN CARE - Wrinkles? Discoloration? Deep pores? Free samples (757) 329-2361
HAND TRUCK - Milwaukee model #30151, 15.5”X18.8”X41.5”, 10.6 lbs., w/ 7” punc. proof tires & 300 lb. lift capacity. ($50) (757) 838-6645 TREE REMOVAL - Free estimate. Licensed/ ins. (757) 592-6497 POOL CHLORINE - 3” chlorine tablets, each tablet individually wrapped, 20 lbs, $40 (757) 897-9758 ELECTRIC DRUMS - 2012 Roland TD9K, like new. Pro rack, throne, double pedals and amp. Xtra pads added. $1,800. (661) 487-9422 HVAC SERVICE - HVAC service for reasonable rates. $45 diagnostic, $75 Tune-ups, $65 refrigerant. (757) 803-1226 EVENT PLANNER - Food, Dance & Remember: Licenses - Caterer, Dj, Photographer and Video (757) 784-6144 NO LOCKET? - Everyone has a locket except you! You can change that! (757) 871-7158 TILE - Specializing in custom masterbaths & other installations licesened and insured free estimates (757) 232-1299 THIRTY-ONE - Great Monthly Special! Call to host a party, get a catalog, or have a fundraiser (757) 771-4948
PAINTING - South Side and Peninsula Residential and Commercial Painting, Free Estimates-HII Discount. (757) 320-2918
HAVE HEAT PUMP? - Offering FREE tuneup, inspec + REBATE for Dom. Power cust with Heat Pump. (757) 286-2368 LAWN & YARD - Mow, Landscape, Fertilize & Weed Control, Bushes trimmed, Yard/Gutters Cleaned, Remove Debri, Affordable/Dependable (757) 871-4589 CRAPE MYRTLES - Fast-growing tree type with lavendar flowers, currently 3-5 feet tall. $5-$10. (757) 593-2426 BANANA TREES - Add a tropical look to your yard. Grow back every spring and reach 10-12+ ft. $10 & up. (757) 593-2426
PETS ENGLISH BULLDOG - Pups 1M 1F. short, nice rope, white & fawn. AKC REG $2500 obo Ready 6/27 (757) 602-8657
SPEED DATE! - Make a new friend or network at the next 40+ speed dating event in NN on 7/10/14. (757) 592-0824
PUPPIES - Lab/Cheasapeake Retrievers Mix, 7 weeks old , 4 left, we hunt the parents. great pets or a hunnting buddy (757) 871-4551
HOME CLEANING - Summer cleaning. One time or special occasion cleaning welcomed. Licensed & Insured. Free Estimates. (757) 371-3904 FOR SALE - Hand Truck excellent cond $60 will text pic. (757) 810-6389 CHILDCARE - NSuffolk Lovely sitter looking for new kiddos for summer care or for full time care. Experienced former nurse (757) 483-6339 FOOD DELIVERY - Hungry at work? Want Rick’s Cheese Steak, Chick-fil-a, Panera Bread, etc. We Deliver! (757) 926-5519 LIVE STREAMING - LIVE broadcast your event for guests that cannot attend. Weddings, funerals, sports, parties etc. (757) 374-1086
PAIN RELIEF - Herbal Ingredients. Rub on Gel Product. Call for sample(757) 218-5607
DELIVERY - Local grocery delivery service. Give us your grocery list and we’ll shop for you. (757) 713-0775
SPEED DATE! - Make a new friend or network at the 20s/30s/40s speed dating event in NN on 6/19/14. (757) 592-0824
HEALTHCARE - $25 visits without health insurance. High blood pressure, Diabetes, High Cholesterol, school physicals & more (757) 826-0020
ESSENTIAL OIL - Free class and free samples in Virginia Beach (757) 339-3416
KITTEN - Male & female kitten (one each; 9/10 weeks old). Free to a good home. (757) 877-0081 AMAZON PARROTS - 2 Amazon Parrots for sale. $250 each. Each bird includes cage and toys. call/text (757) 508-0214 GOLDEN RETRIEVE - Female Golden Retriever, AKC registered, have all shots. $500; (757) 621-2309
FREE ITEMS OIL TANK - 48Lx27Wx44H Residential Fuel Oil Tank. Disconnected, come pick it up & it’s yours. Approx. 215 Gal. (386) 804-9128 COLLEGE TOURS - Rising Seniors Start Early! Join us for college admissions assistance Mondays all summer 3-5 p.m. (757) 240-1856
WANTED WANTED - Volunteer to share raising puppy according to service-dog trng rules. 4 trng classes & wrkday availblty reqd. (757) 813-1781 ROOMATE - spacious room for rent 15 x 13 with access to everything kitchin/laundry/ cable/wifi/etc pets neg in smithfield (757) 871-3986 RIDERS NEEDED - 1st shift need riders from Va.Beach to NNS. leave Diamond Springs Rd 5am to NNS. leave 3:30 $30wk (757) 688-7447 HOT TUB COVER - Looking for a 90 x 90 round cournerd Hot Tub Cover in good condition. Will pick-up. (757) 850-0122 VAN RIDERS - Van coming thru Franklin. Windsor and Smithfield.3rd shift (757) 653-8664 AS DRUMLINE - AS Drumline seeking Apprentices & Equipment Managers. Will teach. (757) 915-8627 VAN RIDERS - Van travels through King & Queen, King William, New Kent Counties, 1st shift (540) 907-5811 ROOMMATE - To share 3bdrm home in Menchville area $550 mth all util and wifi included. Serious inq only! (757) 715-9291 DUMP TRAILER - Looking for a 6’x10’ Hydraulic dump trailer. (757) 508-2421
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