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Fisherman’s Crab Deck Annual Halloween Party Fisherman’s Crab Deck Restaurant announces their Annual Halloween Party date and closing date for the 2011 season. The Halloween party will be held on Saturday, October 22nd from 9 PM until 12:30 AM. All guests are encouraged to dress in costume and there is a costume contest. The party is for those 21 years of age or older. One of Washington DC’s most popular bands, “Diamond Alley” will be entertaining the crowd with a mix of classic hits and dance songs. This band is “best known …for their unusual vocal talent (all 5 members sing), outstanding live performances and audience rapport.” Al Wysong, the local’s favorite DJ, will be the Master of Ceremonies for the evening. The cost at the door is $5.00 per person which includes a free late night food buffet. Sunday, October 23rd will be the last day the Crab Deck Restaurant will be open for the 2011 season. Customers can visit the “sister” restaurant “Fisherman’s Inn” all year long to satisfy seafood cravings as well as enjoy steaks, slow roasted Prime Rib, pastas and homemade soups and desserts. Fisherman’s Inn is located just across the parking lot from the Crab Deck and is open 7 days a week from 11 AM to 10 PM.


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Many Thanks! John J. Cvach, CPA, of Cvach Financial Services, PA, in Centreville, MD, would like to thank all those who had contributed to the charity ea market held at their ofce on Saturday, October 8. Over $190 was raised for the Community Outreach Program sponsored through Our Mother of Sorrows Church in Centreville, MD. Thru Nov 5 – 34TH ANNUAL CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE ART SHOW & SALE on display during college hours. Todd Performing Arts Center. Thru Nov 7 – MARITIME WORKS premier works. Troika Gallery, Easton. 410-770-9190.

This local “unnamed gentleman” stopped by our booth at Taste of the Narrows to point out that his photograph has been used since the event’s launch six years ago and people always come up to him and say “I saw you on the cover of the Taste of the Narrows program.” So, we couldn’t resist taking his photo with this year’s program and extending his fame by including him in this week’s Shore Update. After all, he must be the Taste of the Narrows’ biggest fan! See more photos from this fabulous community event at • Taste of the Narrows • Christmas by the Bay • Good, Better, Best Reader’s Choice Awards • Island Bay Day • Yours, Mine & R’s Thru Oct 28 – VENDORS WANTED for Arts & Crafts Fair on 10/29, Grasonville VFW Post 7464 Pavillion. $15/table/spot. 410-829-3466 . Thru Oct 29 – LIGHTHOUSE OVERNIGHT ADVENTURES ages 8-12 w/adults. 6pm Fri thru 7:30am Sat. $650/weekend. Hooper Strait Lighthouse, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-4947. Thru Oct 31 – EXHIBIT OF PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS/TEACHERS KIFA, Stevensville. 410643-7424. Thru Oct 31 – ART OF BREAST & OVARIAN CANCER SURVIVORS exhibit. Shore Regional Breast Center art gallery, Easton. 410-822-1000 ext. 5387. Thru Oct 31 – OILS by artist Tina Williams sponsored by QAC Arts Council. Chesapeake Exploration Center, Chester. 410-758-2502.

Thru Nov 8 – ZUMBATOMIC FITNESS ages 5-10. Tuesdays, 4:15-5pm. $7/class. KI Senior Ctr. QAC Parks & Rec. 410-758-0848. Thru Nov 10 – VENDORS & CRAFTERS WANTED for Holiday Bazaar, KI Methodist Church, 11/12. 410-643-4039. Thru Nov 10 – ZUMBATOMIC FITNESS ages 5-10. Thursdays, 4:15-5pm. $7/class. Grasonville Senior Ctr. QAC Parks & Rec. 410-758-0848. Thru Nov 12 – FEED-A-FAMILY Thanksgiving Food Program. Names accepted for those who wish to receive a Food Box. Delivered 11/19. 410827-7588 or 410-827-6700.

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BIG OWL TIKI BAR 410-604-1120, Thursday-Sunday – Live Entertainment. BRIDGES ON KENT NARROWS RESTAURANT & BAR 410-827-0282 Friday & Saturday – Live Entertainment-jazz, blues, contemporary. Oct 29 – Joe Martone, 7:30pm. THE JETTY 410-827-4959, Mondays – DJ & Karaoke w/Hitman Eddie Hitt, 7pm. Oct 22 – Legal Action, 1-5pm (bull roast). Oct 22 – Still Counting, 8:30pm. Oct 28 – Hot Tub Limo, 8pm. Oct 29 – No Pets for Noah & Halloween Costume Party, 8pm.

Oct 24 (reg deadline) – BUILD A HALF-HULL CLIPPER MODEL ages 12+. 10/29,30: 9am-5pm. Members $80; others $95. CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-2916 or 410-745-3266.

Oct 28 – EASTON’S 29TH Mayor’s Prayer Breakast. 7-9am. 410-822-2525.

Oct 24 (reg deadline) – MARINE COMMUNICATIONS Mondays starting 11/06. 6:30-9:30pm. $45 members; $150 others. Oyster Cove Comm Rm, Grasonville. 410-827-3376.

Oct 25 – GRAIN MARKETING MEETING 6:30am. Higgy’s Market & Café, 5306 Church Hill Rd, Church Hill.

Thru Nov 30 – 2012 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION by Chesapeake Chamber Music for instrumentals of 3-5 w/average age of 31. www.

Oct 26 – THE KEYS TO AGING GRACEFULLY: Essentials of Health & Healing. Morning. Academy for Lifelong Learning, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410745-2916.

Oct 23 – BUILDUP TO HALLOWEEN 5k walk/ run;pumpkin carving & pie contest; ghost tours, more. Fall into St. Michaels. 410-745-6073.

Oct 26 – GALA APPRECIATION DINNER for all volunteers. CBEC, Grasonville. 410-827-6694.

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Oct 25, Nov 1,8,15 – COUNTY COMMISSIONER meetings. 107 N. Liberty St, Centreville. 410-758-4098. Nov 2 – BOE Meeting, 6pm. 202 Chestereld Ave, Centreville. 410-758-2403. Nov 9 – DEPT OF PUBLIC WORKS 4:30-6:30pm. Chesapeake Exploration Center, 425 Piney Narrows Rd, Chester. 410-758-4098. Nov 10 – PLANNING COMMISSION 8:45am-12N. Planning & Zoning, 160 Coursevall Dr, Centreville. 410-758-4098.

Oct 26 (reg deadline) – FEARLESS WATERCOLOR PAINTING ages 14+. Wednesdays: 11/2-30, 10am-12pm. $126 members; $147 others. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520. Oct 26 – CLYBURN ARBORETUM & Howard Peters Raslings Conservatory. $85 members; $105 others. Must pre-register. 8am–5pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0.

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CAPPY’S at Fisherman’s Crab Deck 410-827-6666 • Oct 22 – Halloween Party w/Diamond Alley, 9pm-1am.

Oct 28 (reg deadline) – BOOT CAMP Mon, Wed, Fri: 11/7-12/9, 5:30-6:30am. $104 new students; $80 returning students. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520.

Thru Nov 25 – ACRYLIC PAINTINGS by Regina Tumasella. Reception 10/29, 3-5pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847, ext. 0.

QAC Government 107 N. Liberty St. Centreville, MD Ph: 410.758.4098 Fx: 410.758.1170

RAMS HEAD SHORE HOUSE 410-643-2466• Thru Nov 24 (Thursdays) – $5 Burger night, 7-11pm. Oct 22 – Kegs N Eggs Party, 7am-1pm. Oct 22 – Soul Gravity, 9pm. Oct 28 – Mark Desrochers, 8pm. Oct 29 – Curbside Manner & Halloween Party, 9pm.

Oct 23 – FORAGING FOR EDIBLE WILD PLANTS. $15 members; $20 others. Must pre-register. 1–2:30pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-6342847 ext. 0.

Oct 24-Nov 14 – APPLE iPAD & MOTORAL XOOM TABLET COMPUTERS. Mon mornings. Academy for Lifelong Learning, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410745-2916.

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R’s AMERICANTINA 410-643-7700, Thursdays – Trivia w/Denise Hurd & Terry Kelsey Saturdays – Football Specials w/Ryan & Buck, 11am-6pm. Sundays – Football Specials w/Ryan & Buck, open-close. Oct 27 – Retro Trivia w/Denise & Terry, 8pm. Oct 29 – Monster Mash Halloween Bash, 9pm.

KENTMORR RESTAURANT 410-643-2263• Fridays – Island Entertainment, 5-10pm.

Thru Nov 12 – VOLUNTEERS/DONATIONS NEEDED for Feed-A-Family Thanksgiving Food Program. 410-827-5345.

Oct 23 – 9TH ANNUAL KI ELKS SAFETY DAY 12N-4pm. Free. Bay Bridge Airport, Rt. 8 south of Rt. 50, Stevensville. 443-995-5367.

LUKE’S GRILL 410-643-9435• Fridays, Saturdays – Live Entertainment, 8:30pm. Oct 22 – Jeffnanna, 8:30pm. Oct 28 – Tony Sciuto, 7:30pm. Oct 29 – Jeffnanna, 8:30pm.

Oct 26 – THE WOODS IN YOUR BACKYARD 6-9pm. Kent County Extension Ofce. 410-7781661. Oct 27 – COMPUTER BASICS 9-10am. Free. QAC Free Library, Centreville. 410-758-0980. Oct 27,28 – EVERYTHING IS $6 SALE 7am-4pm. Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington St, Easton. Oct 28 – FORM, FUNCTION, FRIVOLITY public reception. 5:30-8pm. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520.

Oct 28 (reg deadline) – ANNUAL SMALL FARM CONFERENCE 11/4-4. $25/person; $40/couple. Richard A. Henson Center, UMES Campus, Princess Anne. 410-651-6206. Oct 28 – THE NEED IS HERE carryout fundraiser for Haven Shelter. 11am. $9. Union Wesley United Methodist Church, 110 Union Wesley Circle. 443480-5798 or 410-739-7859. Oct 28-Dec 4 – WORKING ARTIST FORUM Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410-822-2787. Oct 29 – FLARE & SMOKE DEMO by Kent Narrows Sail & Power Squadron. 12:30pm. KI Yacht Club. 410 643-7404. Oct 29 – QUARTERS 4 CONNOR Connor Rice Memorial Fund. Door open 1pm; game starts 2pm. $5 adv; $10 at door. Crab Deck, Grasonville. 410758-8946. Oct 29 – MIDDLE SCHOOL HALLOWEEN DANCE 6:30-9:30 pm. $10. St. Christopher’s Church, Chester. 410-604-1450. Oct 29 – CAR SHOW & FISH FRY by Sudlersville Lions Club. Sudlersville Park. 410-438-2868 or 410-438-3331.

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CARMICHAEL • John Wesley United Methodist, 828 Arrington Rd. Sun: 9:15am. 410-827-8047. CENTREVILLE • Abundant Life, 132 Comet Dr. Sun: 9, 10am. Tues: 7pm. 410-758-8669. • Bethel AME, 102 Washington Rd. Sun: 11am. Wed: 7:30pm. 410-758-3748. • Centreville Community, 101 Gray Fox Lane. Sun:10:30am, 6pm. Wed 7pm. 410-758-3072. • Centreville United Methodist, 608 Church Hill Rd. Sun: 8:40, 11am. 410-758-0868. • Covenant Family Church, QAC Arts Council, 206 S. Commerce St. Sun: 9:30am. 410-7581117. • Grace Fellowship, Wye Branch manor, 865 Poplar School Rd. Sun: 9:30am. 410-3100722. • New Life Community United Methodist, 423 S. Liberty St. Sun: 10:30am. 410-758-3285. • Our Mother of Sorrows, 301 Chestereld Ave. Sun: 9:15, 11:30am. 410-758-0143. • Set the Captives Free Outreach Center, Inc., QAC Arts Council, 206 S. Commerce St. Sun: 12:30pm. Thurs: 7pm. 443-803-3294. • St. Paul’s Episcopal, 301 S. Liberty St. Sun: 8, 10:30am. 410-758-1553. CHESTER • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 110 Goodhands Creek Rd. Sun: 9:30am. 410-725-6870. • Galilee Lutheran, 1934 Harbor Dr. Sun: 9, 10:30am. 410-643-6545. • Kent Island United Methodist, 2739 Cox Neck Rd. Sun: 8, 9:30, 11am. 410-643-5361. • New Life Christian Outreach, 101 Country Day Rd. Sun: 10am. Tues: 7pm. Thurs: 7, 8:30pm. 410-643-6737. • St. Christophers, 1861 Harbor Dr. Sat: 8:30am, 5pm. Sun: 7, 9, 11am, 5pm. Mon-Fri: 7:15, 8:30am. 410-643-3366. • Union Wesley United Methodist, 110 Union Wesley Circle. Sun: 9:30am. 410-643-5881. CHURCH HILL • Bethel AME, 208 Agnes St. Sun: 11am. 410556-6888. • Church Hill United Methodist, 506 Main St. Sun: 11am. 410-556-6457. • Faith Unity Fellowship Ministries, 208 New St. Sun: 9:30, 10:30am. Wed: 7:30pm. 410758-4370. •St. Luke’s Episcopal. Sun: 11am. 410-5566644. GRASONVILLE • Bryans United Methodist, 5608 Main St. Sun: 11am. 410-827-8440. • Church of Christ Chesapeake, 405 Drummer Dr. Sun: 9:45, 10:45am, 1:30pm. 410827-7087. • Eastern Shore Apostolic, 5601 Main St. Sun: 10am. 410-991-9109. • Eastern Shore Baptist, 119 Station Lane. Sun: 9:30, 10:30am, 6pm. Wed: 7pm. 410490-4950.

• Immanuel United Methodist, Main St, School House Lane. Sun: 9, 10, 11am. • Lakeview Fellowship Church of God, 230 Hess Frontage Rd. Sun: 10am. Thurs: 7pm. • Robinson A.M.E., 823 Grasonville Cemetery Rd. Sun: 10, 11am. 410-827-7556. • Seventh-Day Adventist, 205 Medical Ctr Rd. Church Worship 11am. Sabbath School 9:30am. 410-827-8461. • Wye Bible, 115 Narnia Dr. Sun: 10:30am. 410-827-6650. PRICE • Bethany United Methodist, 1131 Price Station Rd. Sun: 9:30am. 410-556-6457. QUEENSTOWN • Calvary United Methodist, 7113 Maryland Ave. Sun: 10:30am. 410-827-7113. • Grace Wesleyan, 101 Comegys Lane. Sun: 9:45, 10:45, 11am. 410-928-3726. • Shore Christian Fellowship, 7401 Main St. Sun: 10:15am. 410-827-6500. • St. Luke’s Chapel, 7208 Main St. Sun: 8am. 410-827-8484. • St. Peter the Apostle, 5319 Ocean Gateway. Sat: 5:30pm. Sun: 7:30am. 410-758-0143. • Wye of Carmichael United Methodist, 1036 Carmichael Rd. Sun: 9am. 410-827-7113. STEVENSVILLE • Christ Church Parish Kent Island, 830 Romancoke Rd. Sun: 8, 10am. 410-643-5921. • Christ Lutheran-ALCC, 117 East Main St. Sun: 11am. 410-268-1858. • Ezion United Methodist, Batts Neck Rd. Sun: 11am. 410-643-2136. • First Baptist Church of Kent Island, 300 State St. Sun: 11am. 410-643-6574. • Historic Christ Church, 117 East Main St. Sun: 11am, Sun school 10am. www. • Island Alliance, 510 Thompson Creek Rd. Sun: 9, 10:15am. 410-643-5683. • Living Water Lutheran, 830 Romancoke Rd. Sun 10am. 410-604-0414. • New Walk Community Church, Inc, 201 Love Point Rd. Sun: 11am. Wed: 7pm. 410643-7009. • Safe Harbor Presbyterian, 931 Love Point Rd. Sun: 9:30am. Sun school: 11am. 410604-1700. • THE BRIDGE, meets at KI High School. Sun: 9:52am. 443-262-2422. SUDLERSVILLE • St. Andrew’s Episcopal Chapel. Sun: 9am. 410-556-6644. WYE MILLS • Chesapeake Christian Fellowship, The Cadby Theatre, 1000 College Circle, Chesapeake College. Sun: 10:30am. 410-798-1413. • Wye Parish Episcopal Church, 14114 Old Wye Mills Rd. Sun: 10:00 am. 410-827-8484.

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COMMUNITY CARE PROJECT advocacy/support for foreclosure prevention. 410827-8639, 410-827-0579 or 410-827-4990. COMMUNITY MEDIATION-upper shore. Free & condential. 410-810-9188. COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATE volunteers. QA & Kent Counties. 410-758-8610. PRO BONO BANKRUPTCY HELP Free legal assistance by appt. Dover St, Easton. 410-962-3813. SOCIAL SERVICES BENEFITS assistance-QAC Free Library. VOLUNTEERS needed. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520. VOLUNTEERS needed. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-6437424. MONDAYS • CHESTER RIVER CHORALE rehearsals. 7-9:15pm. First United Methodist Church, Chestertown. 410-8101438. • QA CHORALE 7-9pm. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-758-3183. • 1st Mon – ASSETS ACTION TEAM 6-7pm. New Life United Methodist Church, Centreville. 410-758-6677. • 2nd & 4th Mon – RIDGELY LIONS CLUB 6:30pm. Ridgely United Methodist Church, 109 Central Ave. 410634-2214. TUESDAYS • BABY STORY TIME ages birth-2 w/caregiver. 11:00am. Kent County Public Library, Chestertown. 410-778-3636. • HARMONY ON THE BAY women’s barbershop chorus. 7pm. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-924-0013 or 410-763-7920. • JEWELRY MAKING ages 60+. Sudlersville Senior Ctr, 605 Foxxtown Dr. 410-438-3159. • KI COMMUNITY BAND rehearsals. 7-8:30pm. QAC Arts Council. 443-995-2297. • LADIES BIBLE STUDIES 6:45-8:40pm. Island Alliance Church, 510 Thompson Creek, Stevensville. 410-6435683.

• 2nd Tues – LIFE DRAWING 2-5pm. $20 members; $25 others. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-643-7424. WEDNESDAYS • QA BNI CHAPTER 7:15-9am. Ram’s Head Shore House, Stevensville. 410-827-7417 or 443-988-8075. • WOMEN’S BIBLE STUDY 9:45am or 7pm. KI United Methodist Church, Chester. 410-827-5345. • 1st Wed - KI FISHERMEN 7:30pm. American Legion, Stevensville. 410-643-1745. • 1st Wed – DELMARVA TRAIN PEOPLE 7pm. Caroline County Library, Greensboro Branch. 443-262-9078. • 1st Wed – DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ages 60+. 12:30pm. Sudlersville Senior Ctr, 605 Foxxtown Dr. 410-438-3159. • 2nd & 3rd Wed – DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY eld trips ages 60+. Sudlersville Senior Ctr, 605 Foxxtown Dr. 410-438-3159. • Last Wed – RAVENS meet-help feed homeless. 7:30pm. Bats Café, Stevensville. 410-924-8645. THURSDAYS • SIMPLE, EASY CRAFTS ages 60+. Sudlersville Senior Ctr. 605 Foxxtown Dr. 410-438-3159. • KI FARMERS’ MARKET 3:30-6:30pm. Chesapeake Bay Business Park, 155 Sallitt Dr. • 1st & 2nd Thurs - FAMILY LAW ASSISTANCE clinic. 5:30-6:30pm. KI Library. • 3rd & 4th Thurs - FAMILY LAW ASSISTANCE clinic. 5:30-6:30pm. Centreville Library. • 3rd Thurs – COMMUNITY COAT CLOSET 6-8pm. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Church Hill. FRIDAYS • CHICKS & STICKS 1-3pm. Centreville Senior Ctr, 104 Powell St. 410-758-3900. • ISLAND IDOL KARAOKE 11:30am-1pm. KI Senior Ctr, 891 Love Pt Rd, Stevensville. 410-604-3801. • 3rd Fri – ISLAND IDOL KARAOKE 11:30am. Chow Hound’s Potato Bar Luncheon. 410-604-3801. SATURDAYS • CHESTERTOWN FARMERS’ MARKET 8am-1pm. Fountain Park. 410-639-7217. • Thru Nov – GUIDED WALKS 11am. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. • 1st Sat – NOON TEA journaling. 11am. Free w/admission. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. • 3rd Sat – COMMUNITY COAT CLOSET 10am-12N. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Church Hill.

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NEVER TOO YOUNG TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE A life best lived is one that includes service to others. Thirteen-year-old Elizabeth Arentz is taking this message to heart and is working to raise awareness about breast cancer among her peers. Elizabeth, a ninth grader at Kent Island High School, just joined the Bosom Buddies Charities 2012 Ball Committee as a junior member. Elizabeth is choosing the Bosom Buddies Charities to honor her grandmother and aunt who are breast cancer survivors. She understands that knowledge is the key to promoting awareness and looks forward to bringing this message to local schools. Bosom Buddies wants to make their website user friendly and meaningful for all ages, and Elizabeth is just the person to help them. She will work with other committee members using her internet skills and familiarity with social networking to assist in this process. In addition to working on the website Elizabeth will be involved in video publicity and creating a working data base. Elizabeth is a great role model for our schools and community. She is a very athletic and talented young lady with a huge heart. She plays travel softball for Shore Attitude, and this year the team made it to Nationals. She also plays soccer for Junior Varsity and enjoys basketball and other sports. Elizabeth’s talents extend to supporting various community organizations that include the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center, Hospice of Queen Anne’s and the Animal Resource Foundation. The committee is grateful to have Elizabeth’s commitment in the ďƒžght against breast cancer. The committee members also are excited to have other great women join the group: Gail Kalvaitis, owner of Club One; Paula Warner, owner of Paula’s Fine Jewelry; and, Michelina Scotto, owner of Rustico’s Restaurant. A tremendous source of pride for Bosom Buddies is the support they receive from the residents and businesses of Queen Anne’s County.



Bosom Buddies Charities, Inc. is a local non-proďƒžt 501Š(3) charity founded in 2006 by Susan Ponchock of Stevensville and a group of close friends to promote breast cancer awareness, encourage early detection, support treatment and celebrate healing. Their primary fundraiser is the annual Bosom Buddies Ball, and the 6th event will be held on January 21, 2012 at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club in Stevensville. Sponsorship opportunities are available. Elizabeth and the members of Bosom Buddies encourage everyone to visit their web site at www. for more information on the important work this group is doing in our community.



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impacted by breast cancer? Robin Johnson, owner of Joe Breeze Coffee Shop in Centreville, proudly says she has cousins who are breast cancer survivors. She is also proud to say that business for the last 2-1/2 years has been good, depsite the recent economy.


I wanted waan nt d to t send d outt a huge h THANK THANK HANK HA NK YOU YO OU U to t all l that ssupported up ppo por my journey in the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk W aallk lk for the Cure®. 60 miles in 3 Days!!! Your donation - your gift - will help save lives. d do o Through your support I have personally raised $5,000.00 My Team, the PINK SURVIVORS, raised over $10,000.00!!! The Washington DC 3-Day 2011 Walk for A Cure has T he W he ash as Million Dollars so far!!! The walk was not easy, rraised aaiisseed $7 M i but with your support, I knew I would succeed. Without your generosity, none of this would be possible. Again, I thank you from the bottom of my heart! In Memory of Leslie Marie Twohig, Louise Davis, Linda Irene Edelen and Rachael Nordblom

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Cady Aus, a new employee of By the Beach Tanning Salon in Stevensville, says her grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer many years ago and was a survivor. Cady also informs us that she is looking forward to serving the community in her role at this salon.

Tina Thomas, a customer at Viva Nails in Chester, says that her half sister’s grandmother was diagnosed with breast cancer some time ago She proudly reports that she is a survivor. In addition, some of her husband’s family were also impacted by breast cancer.

D Dana Cresanto, manager of Spanning the Globe Traveel Agency in Chester, had a grandmother who was a breast cancer survivor. She also has other friends who b are being treated for breast cancer. She adds that she a also enjoyed attending the recent event at R’s Ameria ccantina on October 1 and seeing many from the community there. m



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Proudly displaying her wristband for awareness, Nancy Friton, says both her mother and grandmother were diagnosed with breast cancer. She is glad to say that both of them were survivors. Nancy and her husband Jef have been owners of Island Shipping in Stevensville for the past 8 years.

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Christopher McQueeney is a freshman at Kent Island High School. He plays on the JV/Freshman football team, is Vice-president of his student class, and plans to play basketball and run track for the school. Chris runs 5k races and in over 20 races is undefeated in his age group. He loves spending time at his family’s resort in Belize snorkeling, fishing, and making adventurous trips. He plans on following in his brother Joey’s footsteps, and play college football or run track at the University of Maryland. Chris is a member of Kent Island United Methodist church and plans to continue to serve on mission trips helping the less fortunate.

All Eyes on Local Athletes highlights athletes from our community.


David Wheeler Honda Kia and Queen Anne’s County schools are teamed up for a raffle to help local students: Support Our Students raffle is raising money for students and their families to supplement newly implemented extra-curricular fees. Tickets can be purchased at Doc’s Riverside Grille, Fisherman’s Crab Deck, Drapers Liquors, Bakers Liquors, Bay County Moose Lodge #831, Centreville Liquors, Queen Anne’s Chamber of Commerce and Salon Herberto. Prizes include a day at Swan Cove Day Spa, a fishing charter from Southpaw Fishing Charters, golf for four at Queenstown Harbor Links, a day at Salon Herberto, and a Sunday football party from Dominos. For more info, contact Kathy Easter at QAC Schools, 410-758-2403, ext. 148 or 198. The drawing will be held Wed., Nov. 2.

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Cancer Center Goes Pink in October The staff from the Shore Regional Cancer Center has gone “pink” for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Throughout the month of October, the Shore Regional Cancer Center, located at 501 Idlewild Avenue, has outtted all of its external lighting with pink colored gels over its lights, creating a pink hue from the building. Staff also adorned the outside of the building with pink ribbons. As part of their ongoing efforts to increase awareness about breast cancer, the Maryland Afliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® has set up a website – - to highlight communities and landmarks that have “gone pink” for the month. To learn more about Shore Health System’s cancer services, please visit

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Berber or plush carpet $1.99 SQ. FT Installed over up grade 8 LB padding. Call on the job bob for free in home estimates @410-310-1831. Located on Kent Island for over 20 years. ............................................. HORSE BOARDING - Board your horse in the Grasonville area for as low as $150.00/ month- Geldings preferred. Basic horsemanship lessons available, I can travel to you. First lesson free. Call Vali 410-310-0293 ……...................................... What do you have to offer?! Get your Service listed in The Update today. Send your info to, get your business noticed for only $20! ……......................................

Kent Island Jewelry pays top dollar for gold, silver or platinum in any condition. Broken, gold lled, coins, diamonds, atware, scrap & more. Lic # 2190. Exit 39B, Near Rite Aid, Chester. 410643-7766 …..........................................

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Sundays – BINGO 1pm. KIVFD, Rt. 18, Stevensville. .............................................. Mondays – TOM BRENT CRIBBAGE 1pm. Centreville Senior Ctr, 104 Powell St. 410-758-3900 or 443-6031335. .............................................. Mondays (2nd Mon) – BINGO 5:30pm. Our Mother of Sorrows Catholic Church, 303 Chestereld Ave, Centreville. 410-758-0143. ............................................... Tuesdays – BINGO Early bird 6:30pm; games 7pm. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-827-7900. ............................................... Tuesdays – BINGO 7:30pm. Crumpton VFD, 3rd St. ............................................... Wednesdays – BINGO 7pm. Sudlersville VFD, 203 N Church St.

NEW Nov 4 – BASKET BINGO opens 6pm; games start 7pm. $20. Crumpton Fire Hall.


Sundays (2nd Sun) – COUNTRY STYLE BREAKFAST Adults $6; ages 6-12 $3; 5 & under free. 8-11am. Crumpton VFD. 410-928-5879. ............................................. Sundays (2nd Sun) – COMMUNITY BREAKFAST 9am1pm. Free; will accept donation. St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, Sudlersville. 410556-6644. ............................................... Sundays (4th Sun) – COMMUNITY BREAKFAST 9am-1pm. Free; will accept donation. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Church Hill. 410556-6644. ............................................... Mondays – STEAMED SHRIMP SPECIAL all day long. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-827-7900. .............................................. Oct 22 – FALL CRAB FEAST buffet. Adults $40; ages 6-12 $25. KI Elks. ...............................................

Oct 23 – PIG ROAST W/ ALL THE FIXINS 1-5pm. Bay Country Moose Family Center, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-827-7900. ............................................... Oct 28 – FRIED CHICKEN DINNER 6-7:30pm. Bay Country Moose Family Center, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-827-7900.


Nov 4 – BAKED HAM, MAC & CHEESE more. $8. 6-9pm. Romancoke Clubhouse. 229 Allegany Rd, Stevensville.


Nov 18 – TURKEY w/all the trimmings. $8. 6-9pm. Romancoke Clubhouse, 229 Allegany Rd, Stevensville.

Wednesdays – CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE free screenings for ages 60+ or 50+ w/risk factors. By appt only. KI Bldg, 1630 Main St, Suite 208, Chester. 410-5739483. ............................................... Thursdays - IMMUNIZATIONS all ages. Walk-in; appts req’d under age 5. QAC Dept of Health, 206 N. Commerce St, Centreville. 410758-0720. ............................................... Oct 24 – BASIC INFANT CPR 6:30-8:30pm. . Free. Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington St, Easton. 410822-1000 or 410-228-5511 ext. 5200.

BREAST & CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING PROGRAM for eligible women ages 40-64. Free. QAC Dept of Health, 206 N. Commerce St, Centreville. 443-2624509. .............................................. BREAST CANCER SCREENINGS for eligible women ages 20-39 & over 64. Income guidelines. Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington St, Easton. 410-820-9400. .............................................. CAR SEAT SAFETY PROGRAM w/on-site certied technician. QAC Dept of Health, 206 N. Commerce St, Centreville. 410-758-0720. ............................................... COLORECTAL SCREENING PROGRAM for ages 50-64, w/family history of colon cancer. QAC Dept of Health, 206 N. Commerce St, Centreville. 410-758-0720. ............................................... Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – FREE BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING 9am12N. No appt. needed. Memorial Hospital, 10 Martin Court, Easton. 410-822-1000 ext. 5839. ............................................... Monday-Friday – BREAST CANCER SCREENINGS by appt-uninsured/underinsured women. Shore Regional Breast Ctr, Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington St, Easton. .............................................. Have a story idea? Email it to the Update at We’re always looking for input from our readers. …….......................................

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Chesapeake Cats & Dogs, Stevensville. 410-643-9955. .............................................. Oct 22 – MONSTER YARD SALE benets Chesapeake Cats & Dogs. 8am-12N. Rain date 10/29. Chester Safeway. 410-643-9955. ............................................. Oct 22 – 2ND ANNUAL ISLAND DOG PARK HOWLO-WEEN BASH 10am. Island Dog Park, 200 White Pine Lane, Stevensville. ..............................................

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YOUR INFORMATION STATION O’MALLEY TALKS REDISTRICTING Governor O’Malley met with a pair of congressmen from Maryland to discuss redistricting. Both Democrat Chris Van Hollen and Republican Roscoe Bartlett apparently asked the governor to make “substantial” changes to the map proposed this week by O’Malley’s redistricting committee. The map proposes to add more Democrats into Bartlett’s district with some calling that a transparent effort to ip Bartlett’s Republican-leaning district into a Democratic one. In turn, Van Hollen’s district would gain more Republican voters. Bartlett also warned the changes could spawn a lawsuit over minority representation, noting that Maryland’s biggest Hispanic community would be split up into two districts, while Baltimore City would continue to be divided into three districts. SECOND HOME INVASION SUSPECT PLEADS GUILTY The second of two men charged with a January 25 home invasion in Church Hill has pleaded guilty in circuit court. Nathan Montgomery Jr., 38 and formerly of Rock Hall, entered a guilty plea on October 4 to charges in connection with the invasion of a home on Lieby Road. Montgomery was charged with being an accomplice to Ade Yemi Scott, 41of Millington, who was found guilty of several charges in a September 12 bench trial. According to the Queen Anne’s County State’s Attorney’s ofce, the two barged into a home displaying handguns and demanding drugs and money. The residents, two adult females and an infant, could not comply, but prosecutors say Scott and Montgomery ransacked the home and took personal items before leaving. Both Scott and Montgomery, who ed the scene in a white Nissan Armada, were apprehended in Delaware with the help of Maryland State Police. ROCK HALL CLOSE TO APPROVING PRAYER AT TOWN COUNCIL MEETINGS Rock Hall Mayor Bob Willis and the Town Council agreed to language on a resolution that will hopefully settle the issue of prayer at council meetings and other local government functions in Rock Hall, according to Willis. The resolution will continue to allow prayer at the onset of every meeting, inviting clergy from different faiths to lead the prayer. Willis said the resolution will not ask clergy members to change the way they deliver their prayers. “We are not going to censor prayers from any clergy’s faith,” Willis said. “But we are going to ask them to be mindful of other faiths when they deliver the prayer.” Willis said there was an outburst from an audience member on the nancial cost of deciding the issue, which caused him to take the matter into closed session. Willis said if no clergy is present at the meeting, Council Member Susan Francis or Olin “Butch” Price have volunteered to lead the prayer. Gren Whitman, who raised the issue in June on Constitutional grounds, said the resolution is a “big step in the right direction” but would not elaborate until the resolution had passed. SUICIDE CRISIS CALLS UP Crisis counselors say the number of calls to Maryland suicide prevention hotlines has gone way up in the last few years. A good deal of that is said to be tough economic times, which starts a chain reaction including no work and failed marriages. MARCHING BAND TO THE ORANGE BOWL Congratulations to the Kent County High School Marching Band. They have been asked to play in the 2013 Orange Bowl. Fundraising is starting in order to cover the $600 average cost per band member to attend. If you are interested in helping, call the high school to nd out how you can support the band.

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Real Estate PROPERTY TRANSFERS While we have condence in the accuracy of these records, no warranties regarding the info. are made... expressed or implied. FROM: Benton, Curtis Edgar, Jr. CONSIDERATION: $200,000 TO: Shaw, Richard J. 615 Poplar School Road, Centreville FROM: Symphony Centreville, LLC CONSIDERATION: $526,379 TO: Arnts, James V. 105 Concerto Avenue, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Quick Perry Day Family Trust CONSIDERATION: $1,500,000 TO: Miller, Mark D. 160 Green Cove Point Lane, Centreville …...........................................

FROM: Valltos Valltos, John N. N CONSIDERATION: $320,000 TO: Rogers, Charles L. 113 Granard Avenue, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Lambden, Albert L. CONSIDERATION: $200,000 TO: Kritzer, Sara H. 103 Hope Road, Centreville …........................................... FROM: White’s Heritage Partners CONSIDERATION: $130,000 TO: Gibson’s G, LLC Henry Stoupe Way, Chester …........................................... FROM: Clark, Charles Donald CONSIDERATION: $245,000 TO: Kline, David E., Jr. 1854 Harbor Drive, Chester …........................................... FROM: Aurora Loan Services, LLC CONSIDERATION: $158,500 TO: Komsa, Stacey 3C Queen Victoria Court, Chester …...........................................

FROM: CC Gibson’s Grant, LLC CONSIDERATION: $534,900 TO: Miller, Joshua I. Claiborne Street, Chester …........................................... FROM: VJ Ventures, LLC CONSIDERATION: $322,900 TO: Hale, David N., Sr. 2716 Ellicott Drive, Chester …........................................... FROM: White’s Heritage Partners CONSIDERATION: $195,000 TO: KHI/Gibson’s Grant, LLC Macum Creek Drive, Chester …........................................... FROM: Crabree, Charles S. & Louise R. CONSIDERATION: $595,000 TO: McNealy, Brian E. 2847 Cox Neck Road, Chester …........................................... FROM: Jobes, jane L. CONSIDERATION: $21,647 TO: Brown, Davida Little Creek Road, Chester …........................................... FROM: Gibsons G, LLC CONSIDERATION: $581,575 TO: Burgess, Michael J. Henry Stoupe Way, Chester …...........................................

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(3) Homes Sold: 10/10/11-10/16/11 219 Love Point Ave, Stevensville $380,000 Colonial 1,572 8012 Bridgepointe Dr #84, Chester $260,000 Rancher 1,285 5500 Sudlersville Rd, Sudlersville $180,000 Rancher 1,767 Tidbit: Five years (2007) ago in the same week-11 homes sold in QAC.

Active Homes for sale: 691 Luxury (Listed million+) Homes: 110 Rentals: 38 Foreclosures: 18 Potential Short Sales: 59 Homes: CKO,CNKO: 46 Homes: Contracts-55 (no contingencies) Waterfront Homes for Sale: 222

Question of the Week: We put our home up for sale and the square footage is way off! Is our attached garage considered in the square footage? Although a garage is attached to the home, it is not considered part of the home’s square footage. That is because only livable space is considered in the square footage calculation. When a home’s square footage is advertised, the gure usually comes from previous sales, perhaps as far back as the builder. It is best to rely on a licensed appraiser to recalculate the square footage of a house.

KI Chesapeake Bay W/F Homes: 22 Lot/Land: 233 KI Waterfront Lots/Perked: 9 Lots: Contracts, CKO,CNKO: 10 Lot Foreclosure: 1 Commercial Listings for Sale: 36 Commercial Rentals: 61 Commercial: Under Contract: 5 *CKO: contract kick out; CNKO: contract no kick out

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Waterfront Home

QUEENSTOWN - This stunning, open waterfront contemporary is located on the Wye River and features 3 MBR’s, and 3.5BA. All bedrms have ceiling fans, walk-ins and ceiling lights. Home features Andersen double-hung, tilting windows, solid 36” wood doors and insulated interior walls. Main oor master offers spacious views, jetted tub, separate ceramic tile shower & separate stacked W/D. Artic maple ooring in DR, LR, Kitchen & Hall. Gunite Doug Kayhoe pool and extensive landOwner/Agent C: 410-320-6000 scaping. QA7675510 O: 410-643-4663

Located in sought-after Chester River Beach, this cozy cottage offers 3BR, 2 full BA & open kit/living/dining surrounded by windows for fantastic views. Put your boat on the lift, steam crabs on your outdr brick grill then nish the day w/ a relaxing soak in the indr hot tub.

REDUCED TO $499,000

is only 5 min. from Bay Bridge but offers quiet, peaceful sunsets w/ 6’ depths on Cox Creek. W/ 4BR, 1 1/2BA, huge eat in kitchen, living rm & enclosed sun porch, The 1/2 acre lot has 100 ft of WF w/ galvanized bulkhead.


Welcome to tranquility. This 3BR, 2BA home w/ over 2,600 sq ft has been completely remodeled. All systems updated, large master suite addition, in law suite (or 4BR or bonus room), 3+ acres. The great oor plan & single level living make this home a dream.


Reduced To $995,000

Spacious, private almost an acre on cul-de-sac & backs to trees. Close to Rt 50. Featuring 4 BD, 2-1/2 BA, sep. dining rm, living rm w/ gas fp and 2 car garage. Public water & sewer. Quality construction, neutral decor.

Kent Island Waterfront This single family home


6.3 million homeowners are in some state of foreclosure.

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Cathy Wirth, Realtor®, CDPE Chesapeake Real Estate Assoc, LLC


FROM: Hetrick, Jerome L. CONSIDERATION: $400,000 TO: Middleton, Ronald J., Jr. 304 Schooner Way, Chester …........................................... FROM: Friendly Investments, LLC CONSIDERATION: $150,000 TO: Mangum, Arthur J. 300 Willow Point Lane, Chester …........................................... FROM: KHI/Gibson’s Grant, LLC CONSIDERATION: $547,468 TO: McIntosh, Rita 202 Thomas White Boulevard, Chester …........................................... FROM: Sholler, Norman D. & Linda M. CONSIDERATION: $150,000 TO: Wynn, Rodney 405 Market Street, Crumpton …........................................... FROM: Sholler, Norman D. & Linda M. CONSIDERATION: $150,000 TO: Wynn, Rodney 405 Market Street, Crumpton ............................................... FROM: Bennett, Elizabeth L. CONSIDERATION: $300,000 TO: Kulp, Diane J. 316 Front Street, Crumpton …...........................................


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REDUCED TO $339,000

1.25 acre lot with approved perc on Dean Rd. in Centreville. No covenants or restrictions. $163,500!

Sue Hitt, Realtor,

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