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Queen Anne’s County Events


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ANNIE’S PARAMOUNT STEAK AND SEAFOOD HOUSE 410-827-7103, Thursdays – Trivia w/Denise Hurd & Terry Kelsey

Do you have a calendar item of interest? Just send it to : The Update, P.O. Box 708, Stevensville, MD 21666, fax it to 410-827-9314 or email to Items will be accepted on a first-come basis as space allows. The calendar item must be received two weeks prior to publication date. Calendar space is for non-profit only, for profit organizations can list for a small fee.

ANIMAL RESOURCE FOUNDATION’S 6th ANNUAL CRAB FEAST AND FOOTBALL PARTY! At the Kent Island Yacht Club under the Pavilion and on the patio in Chester on Sunday, September 11, 2011 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM. Advance tickets for adults are $45.00, ($50.00 at the door), children 6-12 years old, $20.00 in advance, ($25.00 at the door) and children under 6 years old are free. All proceeds go to help our homeless pets. There will be a 50/50, great silent auction items and door prizes. Call and reserve your tickets via phone with your credit card, Visa or MasterCard. Or go to our website and order and pay for your tickets via PayPal. For more information contact Animal Resource Foundation, Inc., PO Box 396, Chester MD 21619, call 410-643-8700 or e-mail Thru Sept 15 – SECOND SITINGS outdoor show of environmental sculptures by Howard & Mary McCoy from Centreville. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. Thru Sept 15 (deadline) – BREAST & OVARIAN CANCER artwork exhibit. Shore Regional Breast Cancer, Memorial Hospital, 219 S. Washington St, Easton. 410-822-1000 ext. 5387.

Corsica Watershed Awareness Day September 17th A free family event held noon to 4 pm. at Bloomfield Farm on Route 213, just north of Centreville, MD. This event combines engaging environmental education with tours of the historic farmhouse, a variety of tasty food offerings, hayrides, pond fishing, petting zoo, pony rides, pumpkin painting and creative crafts activities for children. Free native tree to the first 150 families. The bluegrass group Chester River Runoff will be playing during this event. 410-7580835 Thru Sept 30 – EXTRA GARDEN PRODUCE to share w/neighbors in need. Tues & Fri; 9:3011am. Grasonville Community Center. 410-6432782.

CAPPY’S at Fisherman’s Crab Deck 410-827-6666, Thurs thru Sun – live music beginning 4pm.

NO PLACE 410-490-5716 Weekends – Live music. RAMS HEAD SHORE HOUSE 410-643-2466, RED EYE’S DOCK BAR 410-827-3937, Sept 10 – Keri & Mike, 2pm. Sept 10 – What Mama Said, 8pm. Sept 11 – Plastic Parts, 2pm. Sept 11 – Bikini Contest. Sept 16 – Dance with Video DJQ, 8pm. Sept 17 – Drew Stevyns, 2pm. Sept 17 – Sleep Thru Sunday, 8pm.

Sept 14-17 – POSTMARK COLLECTORS CLUB 50th Annual National Convention. Comfort Inn, Easton.

Sept 10 – MIGRATION BIRD WALK. Free w/ admission. Must pre-register. 7:30–9am. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0.

Sept 12 – FREE VOICE LESSONS, open rehearsal & reception by QA Chorale. 7-9pm. New singers arrive at 6:30pm. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-643-1314.

Sept 14,21,22,29 – MARYLAND’S DIGITAL LIBRARY CONSORTIUM 9/14 2-3pm; 9/21 6-7pm; 9/22 3-4pm; 9/29 7-8pm. KI Branch Library, Stevensville. 410-643-8161.

Sept 12 – MEET THE AUTHOR: Walter EllisonBird Breeding in Maryland and District of Columbia. Academy for Lifelong Learning, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-2916.

Sept 14, Nov 16 – LUNCH TIME MEETINGS for all volunteers. CBEC, Grasonville. 410-827-6694.

Sept 10 – BOATING PARTY GALA FUNDRAISER 6-10pm. $175. Navy Point, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-4950.

Thru Sept 16 – INDOOR FLEA MARKET tables available-$10. 9/17 8am-1pm. Grasonville Sr Ctr, 4802 Main St. 410-827-6010.

Sept 10 – DANCE PARTY 8-10:30pm. $10 members; $12 others. Early bird Merengue lesson 7:15-8pm. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410758-2520.

Thru Sept 30 – WATER, WATER & WATER by Kit-Keung Kan. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410634-2847 ext. 0.

BRIDGES ON KENT NARROWS RESTAURANT & BAR 410-827-0282 Friday & Saturday – Live Entertainment-jazz, blues, contemporary. Sept 10 – Amanda Bloom. Sept 16 – Mark Desrochers. Sept 17 – Closed for private event.

LUKE’S GRILL 410-643-9435, Fridays & Saturdays – Live Entertainment, 8:30pm. Sept 16 – Rich Mascari, 8pm.

Sept 11 – CUB SCOUT DAY! Pack 495 invites boys grades 1-5 to meet. 4-6pm. KI United Methodist Church.

Thru Sept 15 – CONSIGNORS & VENDORS WANTED for Kids Consignment sale on 9/16-18. 410-490-7811.

Thru Sept 24 – ART BEGINS HERE: from KIFA Art Classes of 2011. Wed-Sat 1-4pm. Free. Stevensville. 410-643-7424.

BIG OWL TIKI BAR 410-827-6523, Thursday-Sunday – Live Entertainment.

KENTMORR RESTAURANT 410-643-2263, Fridays – Island Entertainment, 5-10pm. Sept 11 – Dave & Stix, 8pm.

Thru Sept 30 – SUNSET CELEBRATION Local Art Show & Sale. 6-9pm. Hemingway’s Restaurant, Stevensville. 410-643-3162.

Sept 10 – GUIDED WALKS 1-2:30pm. Free with admission. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-6342847 ext. 0.

Thru Sept 20 – CRAFTERS & VENDORS WANTED 9/24 flea market & craft sale. $15/table. Ladies Auxiliary, American Legion Post 296 Pavilion, 6200 Main St, Queenstown. 410-827-8948 or 410-827-8182.

BIG BATS CAFÉ 410-604-1120, Tuesdays – Karaoke Night. Sept 16 – Defrayal.

Thru Sept 30 – CALL FOR ARTISTS - Rotary Artisan Festival on 10/1 & 10/2. $85. 4H Fairgrounds, Queenstown. 410-827-8200.

Thru Sept 15 (deadline) – ARTISTS VENDOR APPLICATIONS Artoberfest at Gibson’s Grant. $30/ booth. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-643-7424.

Thru Sept 19 – STORY TIME cancelled until 9/20. All Kent County libraries. 410-778-3636.

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THE JETTY 410-827-4959, Mondays – DJ & Karaoke w/Hitman Eddie Hitt, 7pm. Sept 10 – Tim & John, 2pm. Sept 10 – Starcrush, 8:30pm. Sept 11 – Hot Tub Limo, 8pm. Sept 16 – Jim Morris Accoustic, 4pm. Sept 16 – Hot Tub Limo, 8:30pm. Sept 17 – Stiff Richard, 8:30pm.

Sept 10 – FAMILY FUN DAYS 1-5pm. $15 ages 16+; $10 ages 7-15. Tuckahoe State Park, 13070 Crouse Mill Rd, Queen Anne. 410-820-1668. Sept 10, Oct 8 – SECOND SATURDAY WALKS. Free w/admission. Must pre-register. 1–2:30pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. Sept 10, Oct 15, Nov 12 – NATURE, NURTURE, NUTRITION Soup’n Walks. Must pre-register. $20 members, $25 others. 11am–1:30pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. Sept 11 – FUNDRAISER FOR 2ND ANNUAL “DEW” RALLY 1-4pm. Rita’s, 210 Kent Landing, Stevensville. 443-995-5367.

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

President: Steve J. Arentz email: Vice Pres.: Philip L. Dumenil email: Mondays (1st-Oct,Dec,Feb,Apt,June,Aug) – QUEEN ANNE TOWN COMMISSION 7pm. Queen Anne-Hillsboro Fire Dept, 13520 First St. 410-364-9229. David L. Dunmyer Mondays (3rd) – TEMPLEVILLE TOWN COMMISSION 6pm. 410-482-8680. email: Mondays (1st & 3rd) – CHURCH HILL TOWN COMMISSION 7pm. Town Hall, Bob Simmons 324 Main St. 410-758-3740. email: Mondays (1st & 3rd) – MILLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL 7pm. Town Office, 402 Dave Olds Cypress St. 410-928-3880. email: Tuesdays (2nd & 4th) – QUEENSTOWN TOWN COMMISSION 7pm. Town County Admini Gregg Todd: Office, 7013 Main St. 410-827-7647. email: Schedule subject to change without notice. Please call number listed with event to confirm.

Sept 12,21 – DETERRING STINK BUGS by QAC Master Gardener volunteers. 9/12 Stevensville Library. 9/21 Centreville Library. 6-7pm. Free. 410758-0166. Sept 12-26 – FREE SOIL TESTING to first 50 Corsica River watershed residents. University of MD Ext Office-QAC, 505 Railroad Ave, Centreville.

Sept 15 (start date) – SKILLS FOR PAINTING w/Christine O’Neill. 4-week session; Thurs, 1:30-3:30pm. $80 members; $110 others. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-643-7424. Sept 15-Oct 6 – GENEALOGY…OUR ANCESTRY EXAMINED. Thurs mornings. Academy for Lifelong Learning, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-7452916.

Sept 12-30 – FALL CLASSES BEGIN Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520.

Sept 16 (reg deadline) – BRONZE BASICS ages 16+. 9/24: 9:30am-2pm. $35 members; $42 others. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520.

Sept 13 – YOGA & SCULPTURE WALK. No charge; free-will donation accepted. Must preregister. 10am–12N. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0.

Sept 16 – NATIVE PLANT SALE-members only. 10am-6pm. 10% discount; contributor level 20% discount. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-6342847 ext. 0.

Sept 13,15,19 – 2011 BOATER SAFETY ages 10+. 6-9pm. $30. Route 18 Parks Headquarters. QAC Parks & Rec, 410-758-0848.

Sept 16 (reg deadline) – COPPER CREATIONS ages 16+. 9/24: 9:30am-2pm. $35 members; $42 others. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-7582520.

Sept 13-15 – BAY DISCOVERY volunteer training. 1-3pm. CBMM, Van Lennep Auditorium, St. Michaels. 410-745-4956. Sept 13-Oct 4 (Tues) – BEG LEVEL 2 WEST COAST SWING 7pm. Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410- 482-6169. Sept 13-Oct 4 (Tues) – BASIC BEGINNER WALTZ/ FOXTROT 8pm. Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410- 482-6169. Sept 14 – ACTIVITIES SINGLES KLUB 6pm. Denny’s Restaurant, Easton. 410-673-1481. Sept 14 – EATING SEASONALLY. $15 members; $20 others. Must pre-register. 1–2:30pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0.

Sept 16 – GRADUATION CEREMONY 2011 Legacy Institute for Environment Pgm. 10am; refreshments 9:30am. New Education Bldg, CBEC, Grasonville. 410-827-6694. Sept 16-18 – KIDS CONSIGNMENT SALE to benefit QAC 4-H All Star Scholarship Fund. 4-H Park, Centreville. 410-490-7811. Sept 17 – LIGHTHOUSE CHALLENGE 10am5pm. Hooper Strait Lighthouse, CBMM, St. Michaels. Sept 17 – BIG INDOOR FLEA MARKET 8am1pm. Grasonville Sr Ctr, 4802 Main St. 410-8276010.

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AREA CHURCH SERVICES List your church service info. for FREE! Just email to 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 Chesterfield 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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ON-GOING EVENTS CHARACTER COACHES needed for local classroom of students or mentor to an at-risk student. 410-758-6677. COMMUNITY CARE PROJECT advocacy/support for foreclosure prevention. 410-8278639, 410-827-0579 or 410-827-4990. COMMUNITY MEDIATION-upper shore. Free & confidential. 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. at Wh o D To

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. 7:15pm. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-9240013 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.

•1st Tues – LIFE DRAWING nude & portrait. 2-5pm. $20 members; $25 others. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-6437424. WEDNESDAYS •PRIDE OF THE BAY BARBERSHOP rehearsals. 6:30pm. Cadby Theatre, Chesapeake College, Wye Mills. 410-827-7232. •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. Seminar Room, KI United Methodist Church, Chester. 410-8275345. •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 field 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. •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, Main St, 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 •Thru Nov – GUIDED WALKS 11am. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0. •1st Sat – NOON TEA in the trees journaling. 11am. Free w/admission. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410634-2847 ext. 0. •3rd Sat – COMMUNITY COAT CLOSET 10am-12N. St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, Main St, Church Hill.

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Lighthouse Christian Academy Begins Second Decade with the Appointment of New Administrator Lighthouse Christian Academy is celebrating the commencement of its second decade of classical Christian education with the appointment of a new school administrator. Mrs. Linda Whiting, former administrator of the Severn Run Classical Christian Homeschool Academy, has accepted the position of LCA Administrator effective immediately. Mrs. Whiting has lived on Kent Island for nearly thirty years. She has been a history teacher at the Severn Run Homeschool Academy since 1998, as well as school administrator since 2007. Her additional teaching experience includes camp director at the Annapolis Area Christian School, instructor at the Kids on Campus Program at Chesapeake College, and Director of Children’s Christian Education at Safe Harbor Church. The parents and students of Lighthouse Christian Academy are excited to welcome her to their school. Mrs. Whiting is leading the Lighthouse Christian Academy family in celebrating its 10th anniversary this year! LCA began through the sponsorship and leadership of four area churches: Safe Harbor Presbyterian, Wye Bible, Chesapeake Church of Christ, and LCA’s home, Island Alliance. Lighthouse Christian Academy is an interdenominational K-12 Christian school utilizing a joyful Classical approach that enables its students to reason and articulate

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with clarity, creativity, and conviction. Classical education cultivates thinking, eloquent students who are able to develop facts into logical arguments and to convey those arguments clearly and persuasively. It challenges children by using teaching methods that cater to their natural abilities during different stages of childhood development. In addition to academics, Lighthouse Christian Academy offers a variety of extra-curricular activities. The volleyball and basketball teams are open to middle and high school students, and they compete against area Christian schools. LCA’s drama department puts on an annual play that involves students throughout the school (“Cheaper by the Dozen” was most recently presented). And the highlight of the year is a History Festival, in which the students present creative performances based on that period of history which they have studied throughout the year. Additionally, LCA’s curriculum is carefully matched with a variety of creative, memorable field trips that enhance and broaden the students’ understanding of their classroom studies. Lighthouse Christian Academy is looking forward to the next decade with enthusiasm and hope. Mrs. Whiting is more than prepared to lead the school towards a future that continues to prosper and offers an extraordinary education that engages students’ minds, spirits, and creativity. If you would like to meet Mrs. Whiting or learn more about LCA, please call the school at 410-643-3034. Or visit the website at

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Wet & Wild Auction to Benefit Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center Every year over 15,000 students come to Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center (CBEC) to learn about the Bay and environmental stewardship. To continue this educational mission, CBEC needs the support of the community for its 7th Annual Wet & Wild Live and Silent Auction fundraiser on Saturday, September 24, from 4 to 8 pm in CBEC’s Education and Arts Building in Grasonville. Tickets for the event are $75/person, which includes heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer, and wine. Attendees will also get a chance to bid on some great auction items, including a Sunset Cruise on the catamaran Felix the Cat, a high-tech ghost-hunting adventure, week-long stay in a Costa Rica villa, sports memorabilia, ski house vacation in Colorado, biplane ride, jewelry, a week vacation in Maine, a ride on a working cargo ship in the Baltimore Harbor, and much more. Outdoor chic is the attire for the event, so be creative and have some fun! CBEC also encourages community businesses to support the event by becoming sponsors or by donating auction items. CBEC is the one of the last pristine areas on the Chesapeake Bay, and it’s right here in our own backyard! To purchase tickets, to become a sponsor, or to donate an auction item, visit, email, or call 410-827-6694.

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CBEC Wet & Wild committee members Merry Tobin, Barbara Mead, Kate Halla, Vicki Paulas, Susan Vianna, Judy Wink, Gail Ruppe, Sherry BlackThomasson, Beth Poulsen, and Katey Nelson aboard the catamaran Felix the Cat. Christine O’Neill (far left) and her husband Dave have donated a Sunset Cruise on the Bay aboard their boat as one of the auction items for the Wet & Wild event scheduled for Saturday, September 24th. Included in the Sunset Cruise is a limo ride to and from the marina donated by An Extraordinar Limousine, Inc.; wine donated by The Winery; and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds from the event will support Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center’s environmental stewardship education programs. For tickets to the event, call CBEC 410-827-6694 or visit for more details.

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CLARIFICATION ON OVERTIME PAY FOR KENT COUNTY DEPUTIES Kent County Sheriff John F. Price, IV sought clarity from the Kent County Commissioners on overtime paid to deputies for private events in the county and who should pay the cost of overtime. Price said for-profit events are taxing the KC Sherriff’s Department. Price said he discussed options with Kent County Human Resources Director S. Martin Marty Hale, who conducted research of how other counties deal with overtime for special events.

News In Brief Brought to You By YOUR INFORMATION STATION MINISTERS AGAINST SLOT MACHINES AT ROSECROFT Three dozen ministers say they plan to fight against adding slot machines or table games at Rosecroft Raceway in Prince George’s County. The Washington Post reports the ministers and other members of the Collective Empowerment Group sent a letter to Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley opposing additional gaming in the county. The group has worked to expand economic opportunities for its membership, which it says includes 150 churches. The letter comes as Penn National Gaming Inc., Rosecroft’s new owner, plans to reopen for simulcasting. The company said that live racing will resume on October 21. MARYLAND TO REINTRODUCE ELK? Maryland officials are looking at the feasibility of reintroducing elk to the state after a 300-year-absence. The Department of Natural Resources announced that it is working with the Maryland Legislative Sportsmen’s Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to review options. The study is expected to take 12 months and will gauge public opinion toward the move. O’MALLEY TO INDIA? Governor Martin O’Malley says he wants to go to India this year in what would be his second international trade mission of 2011. O’Malley went to China, South Korea, and Vietnam back in June to promote trade and businesses here in Maryland. He says some $85-million in deals were made as a result. The trip to India is still in the planning stages, but O’Malley says the focus will be on jobs. He mentioned the trip during a recent visit to Montgomery College. INFANT MORTALITY AT LOWEST LEVEL State officials announced the infant mortality rate has dropped to the lowest level on record. The Baltimore Sun reports the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s numbers show a dip to about seven deaths for every 1,000 live births last year, a drop of seven-percent from the year before. Officials credit a three-year campaign to reduce infant deaths as helping to put a dent in the problem. TAX DOLLARS AT WORK Federal funds will help protect endangered Puritan tiger beetles living in cliffs overlooking the Chesapeake Bay. The $2.4-million grant was announced last week. Maryland is home to the largest remaining population in the world of the small, bronzecolored insect with blue and white markings.

Commissioner Pickrum raised a question about discerning between governmental functions and private events. Susan Hayman thought that the company running the event was paying for security. Discussion between the Commissioners, Hayman, Price and Hale sought to narrow down a policy for reimbursement to the Sherriff’s Office based on rates similar to what other counties charge for private events. Commissioner Ron Fithian asked Price to write a policy and bring it back to the Council for approval. Price said he hopes to get time-and-a-half for his deputies by adding a line item on their time sheets for private events. Price reaffirmed the KC Sherriff’s Department commitment for community events but said something should be done to prevent his department from becoming a private security force for business enterprises. MIKE FLANAGAN DEAD: APPARENT SUICIDE Mike Flanagan, the 59-year-old former Orioles pitching great and team general manager, was found near his Baltimore County home. Published reports say Flanagan took his own life, despondent over feeling he was not good enough as a baseball executive and felt responsible for the team’s failures in recent years. Flanagan is a member of the Orioles Hall of Fame. He pitched 15 of his 18 Major League seasons with the Orioles and won the Cy Young Award as the American League’s top pitcher in 1979. Flanagan also worked as an Orioles pitching coach, general manager and was working as a game analyst on MASN this season. Flanagan is survived by his wife Alex and three daughters, Kerry, Kathryn and Kendall. Local News: Eight times a day ABC News: Every hour Local Weather: Every hour Marine Weather: Every hour Paul Harvey: Three times a day Today On The Shore, a half hour talk show on local issues: Weekdays at Noon The Shore Morning Show weekdays live till 9:00am Bill Blake’s Saturday Morning Jukebox: Saturday 9 a.m. to noon And live remotes from all major events

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Morris informed us that they were open until 7pm on Saturday, and they really did not take a hit with regard to sales. He was down to a bare bones staff. In preparation for the next big storm, he noted that he will put more people on standby, especially for delivery of the pizzas.

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W Wayne Gardner, General Manager with Friel Lumber Company. w W Wayne has been with the company ffor 25 years, and he informed us that tthey stayed open their normal hours. Plenty of plywood and sandbags were purchased in advance of the w sstorm. In hindsight, he wished that he would have purchased more generaw ttors from his suppliers. All things conssidered, he thought that the store and hhis employees were well-prepared. TTheir sales were fantastic in preparattion of the hurricane.

NEWS FROM “THE TOWN”: AM 1530 and FM 102.3, WCTR Manager David Holek and Jalessa Gardner (employee) with the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory located at Queenstown Premium Outlets. Holek told us that because of Hurricane Irene, the store was forced to close at 2pm on Saturday, as did many of the other stores in the Outlets. Upon reopening, he did have some disappointed customers, because some of their stock of bananas, and other items had to be thrown out due to loss of power.

EMERGENCY DISASTER PREPAREDNESS TIPS FROM DELMARVA POWER In the event of any major storm occurrences, Delmarva Power urges its customers to prepare for potential power outages and to act to ensure their safety. Here are some tips: ·

Have adequate prescription medicines or infant supplies on hand.

· If you or someone you know uses life-support equipment that requires electricity to operate, identify a location with emergency power capabilities and make plans to go there or to a hospital during a prolonged outage. · Assemble an emergency “storm kit.” Include a battery-powered radio or television, flashlight, a first-aid kit, battery-powered or windup clock, extra batteries, special needs items, an insulated cooler and a list of important and emergency phone numbers.

Ann Jewell, Office Manager with Roland’s Auto, Inc., in Church Hill

· Keep at least a three-day supply of non-perishable foods and bottled water and have a hand-operated can opener available.

The power at the business did not go out, and Ann told us that they did close one hour early over the weekend so that their employees could get home safely. They have been in business for 25 years, and Ann seems pleased that Irene did not pack as much of a punch as was forecasted.

· Have a telephone with a cord or cell phone to use as a backup. Cordless telephones require electricity to operate, and will not work if there is an outage. · Protect your electronic equipment. Unplug sensitive electronics or plug computers and other sensitive equipment into surge suppressors, and consider a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) for temporary battery backup power. · Turn off power to flood-prone basement appliances if it is safe to do so; however, if you have an electrically-operated sump pump, you should not turn off your power. Additional storm preparedness information can be found at Rick Leonard, Manager of Edward’s Pharmacy in Centreville Rick said he sold out of all hurricane supplies (batteries, etc.) and he did have many sandbags in place before Irene came. Edward’s had power return on Sunday morning, and no water entered the building. He thought his staff of approximately 15 employees did a superb job in preparation for the storm. He also added that it seemed that many people were more aware of Irene, and that common sense prevailed. He considers himself and his Edward’s team very blessed.

EVACUATING OCEAN CITY–NECESSARY BUT EXPENSIVE The evacuation of Ocean City ahead of Hurricane Irene cost the state of Maryland an estimated $2-million in potential income. State Comptroller Peter Franchot says most of that was in lost sales tax money because folks stayed home. Other lost revenue was in the form of gas tax receipts, Bay Bridge toll fees, payroll withholdings and admissions and amusement tax receipts to Ocean City. Franchot said that given the disastrous impact of the storm on other parts of our country, he is grateful that Ocean City and the state of Maryland as a whole weathered the storm with minimal injury or loss of life. POST IRENE DEATH TOLL TWO IN MARYLAND Two Maryland residents are dead because of Hurricane Irene. Officials say carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator killed Won Koo Sung in Howard County while his wife, Young Sin Sung and son Jason were in critical condition at a hospital. Authorities say a woman died in Queenstown after a big tree knocked a chimney through the roof of her Queen Anne’s County home. IRENE DAMAGES IDENTIFIED Hurricane Irene is being blamed for the deaths of more than 30,000 chickens in Maryland. Maryland Agriculture Secretary Earl Hance said that despite the poultry losses, overall Maryland livestock fared well with no significant loss. Hance also said high winds and excessive rain caused the remaining sweet corn crop to be blown over, but he added the effect would be small as most had already been harvested.


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3 Shotguns-1 is a Browning Citori Grade 6 over & under, 28 gauge with hard case-$2000, 2nd is a Citori Feather XS 410 with hard case -$1500. 3rd is a CV-USA Bob White side by side 28 gauge-$600. 2 Fly rods for sale and 3 reels with flies, line and tackle bag$200. 410-643-1974 .................................... TOPSOIL - Large quantities, 40-50 loads avail. You load & haul. Centreville area. BEST OFFER. 443-829-3153 ……............................... Original Lladro - Issue date 1974; retired 2004. Est. value of $345-350. Piece called “A Walk with the Dog.” Perfect condition. $200 firm. Cell: 703969-7692. ….................................. G u c c i Purse Limited Edition Mushroom print handbag w/olive green ostrich leather. Velvet print fabric w/leather shoulder strap and leather details/ piping. Aged wooden hardware. Canvas lined. Interior zipper pocket. Retail: $1250 asking $500, reasonable offers considered. 443-3622006. ….. ............................... Cleaning is done! Here’s your chance for a bargain. P r i c e s are firm. Call 443262-1143, Centreville. •88 (YES! 88!) DK Eyewitness Books - Various titles, $225 •19 Reference Guide Books - Mostly DK, space, nature, music, etc., $75 (top shelf in photo) •Meade 4.5” Reflecting Telescope, Model 4500 Accessories & manuals, $65 •Movie Time Table Top Air Popcorn Popper - $10 •Everlast Heavy Bag & Stand - $125 ……...............................


Air-dyne StationSchwinn Air dyne Station ary Exercise Bicycle – With moving handle bar to exercise your arms. $300 cash. 410-604-1111. …................................... $5 CLASSIFIEDS! All merchandise ads for $100 or less are only $5/issue (up to 20 words). Items over $100 are $10/issue. Add photo for ONLY $5. Call 410-827-9312 to place your ad.


Curio - Lighted cherry & glass, rounded front & sides. Entry doors either side. Four glass adjustable shelves. 82” tall; 48” wide; 16” deep. $750. Must be able to pick up. 301-694-6011.


Kawasaki KLX 125 Dirt Bike - Great condition, $1200. 410-490-1470 or 410-490-7590.

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2004 CXL. Luxury SUV with 95,000 miles. Asking $6,999. Please call 240381-1635. …................................... $5 CLASSIFIEDS! All merchandise ads for $100 or less are only $5/issue (up to 20 words). Items over $100 are $10/issue. Add picture for ONLY $5. Call 410-827-9312 to place your ad.


C4 1987 Corvette Wheels – Four (4) 17” inch. $350 for all. 410-490-1470 or 410-490-7590.


Crabs – Live off the boat, KI, hard and soft shell, crab charters also available. 410-924-2125 or 443-496-1572. ......................................


Have a story idea? Email it to the Update at We’re always looking for input from our readers. VOLUNTEERS - Chesapeake Cats & Dogs, Stevensville 410-6439955. ……................................ Vendors wanted for arts and crafts fair on Sat., Oct. 29 at the Grasonville VFW Post 7464 Pavilion. $15 per table/spot. Benefits VFW Post 7464. 410829-3466. …................................... Restaur a n t s , Crafters & Artisans WANTED for Taste of the Narrows – Event is Oct. 8 and is held at the Chesapeake Bay Exploration Ctr. To receive a vendor or sponsor application, go to the website www. For more info call Inspired Events at 410.739.6943 or email


NEW MI WINDOW, VINYL, WHITE - 36” X 36”, no grills, no screen, with 4 9/16 “, x jam , tilt sash, low E glass, $55. 410643-4886. …................................... USED PATRIOT, VINYL, WHITE - 26” X 41” with grills, tilt sash night latches, no screen, $25. 410643-4886. ……................................ NEW CERTAINTEED, WHITE, VINYL - 36” X 66”, no grills, tilt sash, with 4 9/16 “ extension jam, night latches, with full height screen, still in packing, low E glass, $95. 410-643-4886. ……................................ NEW CERTAINTEED, WHITE, VINYL - 36” X 54”, with grills, tilt sash, 4 9/16” extension jam, Night latches, no screen, low E glass, $65. 410643-4886. …................................... NEW 36”X48” white VINYL - White vinyl, picture window, fixed, with grills, low E glass, still in packaging. $85. 410-643-4886. ……................................ USED 36”X36” white ALUMINUM - Green house window with shelves & venting/operating E, good condition, $100. 410-6434886. …...................................

New Cultured marble top 36” X 25” still in box $75. 410-643-4886.



FREE – 2 matching sofas – tan with floral design. Perfect for slipcovers. 410-643-1977 ...................................... FREE Hearing Test – at Maryland Hearing Aid Service Kent Island on Tues & Thurs. Call for an appointment, 410-604-1800. …................................... ALL FREE ADS MUST BE EMAILED TO OR MAILED to P.O. Box 708, Stevensville, MD 21666.


2 Bearded Dragons – Both female, from same litter. About 1-1/2 years old. $75 each or $135 for both. Comes with supplies, etc. Prefer them to go together. 410708-7900.


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Centreville, WoodstreamEarle Branch Road, Sat Sept 10th, 8 am.until.., furniture, toys, household items, tools, collectibles, crafts, books, saddles & bridles, Breyer model horses, golf equipment and much, much more.

Multi family yard sale with Multi-family all proceeds benefiting Island Dog Park. Great selection of merchandise, including marine items, pet items, tools and much more. Rain or shine. Large garage available should there be foul weather. ….................................. Big In-Door FLEA MARKET - Grasonville Senior Center, 4802 Main St. Grasonville, Sat., Sept. 17, 8AM – 1PM. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. RAIN OR SHINE. Tables available for rent $10. Reserve your spot today! (410) 827-6010 ….................................. Yard Sales are FREE to place in the Update. Just email your listing to by Friday at 5 p.m. for publishing in the following week’s issue. …................................... September 17 – FLEA MARKET & PANCAKE BREAKFAST at Centreville United Methodist Church, 8am noon w/ breakfast from 8-10:30am, rain or shine. Spaces are free! Vendors & closet cleaners wanted. To reserve a space call 410-758-2144. Sponsored by the Volunteers in Mission. …................................... Yard Sale - Matapeake Estates, Saturdays in Sept., Ashley office desk sets, Mackie 12 pa system, Vox pa system, bedroom dressers, cappucino /espresso machine, outdoor projectors, 1940’s royal ty typewriter , backlit electric sign , glass chess set, video projector.



Cleaned out Garage/Yard Sale. Saturday, September 10, 8am til ? Queen Annes Colony off of Rt 8. 103 Holly Court. Lots of goodies and books. Rain date September 17th. …................................... Multi-Family Yard Sale to Benefit Island Dog Park Sat, Sept 24, 8am-12pm, 401 Main St, Stevensville (the yard sale is not being held at the dog park).

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All positions wanted. Apply in person or online at the Jetty Restaurant. ….................................. HELP WANTED – Part time house and content cleaning person for restoration company, must pass background check. Please call 410-6435408. …..................................

Customer Service Rep for Embroidery, Screenprinting and Promo product shop - Work with incoming calls and walkins to provide quote and product selection. Must be proficient in Microsoft Outlook and be able to manage multiple projects from quote to delivery. Should be organized and ok with fast pace. Graphic skills or previous promo product experience a plus. Knowledge of Excel and working independently as well as with others important. Email resume to chesgraphics@verizon. net or call 410-643-6402. Business Opportunity We are searching for you if you are: Passionate about health and wellness? Love helping other people achieving a healthier life Looking for opportunity for personal development Tired and run down, no time to exercise, no energy Need to represent a company with integrity and stability Looking to make extra income that is unlimited Serious about having your own business? Contact: Juliana for more information E-mail: Phone: 410-490-5220

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Kent Island Jewelry pays top dollar for gold, silver or platinum in any condition. Broken, gold Àlled, coins, diamonds, Áatware, scrap & more. Lic # 2190. Exit 39B, Near Rite Aid, Chester. 410643-7766 Healthy Living Natural Alternative to improving health The best natural alternative to support your health; Pains, arthritis/Joint problems, waist/bone pains and increase your energy level Have you try FOREVER ALOE VERA FREEDOM DRINK and FOREVER ACTIVE HA Contact for more information: Juliana Schmidt 410-490-5220 E-mail: julie.forever2020@ Website: www.carehealth. myÁ


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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 ChesterÀeld 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. …........................................... Sept 17 – CASH BASH 2011 12N-6pm. KI Volunteer Fire Dept. 1610 Main St, Chester. 410-643-6288.


Sept 25 – BASKET BINGO by Hospice of QAC. Call Peg Crawford for info: 410-4903284.


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. …...........................................

Sept 4 – BUFFET BREAKFAST 8-11am. Adults $7; ages under 12 $4. VFW Post 7464, Grasonville. 410-8278194. …........................................... Sept 11 – COUNTRY STYLE BREAKFAST 8-11am. Adults $7; ages 6-12 $3; ages under 5 free. Crumpton Fire House, 3rd & Pine St.


Sept16 – CATFISH DINNER 6-7:30pm. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-8277900. …........................................... Sept 17 – FLEA MARKET & PANCAKE BREAKFAST. Breakfast 8-10:30am; market 8am-12N. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-7582144.


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. …........................................... 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. Com-

Sept 23 – FRIED CHICKEN DINNER & The Jones Boys. 6-7:30pm. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-8277900. …........................................... Sept 24 – 3RD ANNUAL PIG ROAST 3-7pm. Adults $15adv; $18 at door. Ages 7-12 $5 adv; $7 at door. Romancoke Clubhouse, 229 Allegany Rd, Stevensville. 443249-3204.

merce St, Centreville. 410758-0720. …........................................... Sept 14 – PATHFINDERS FOR AUTISM free workshop. 6:30-8pm. Centreville library. 410-758-3693. …........................................... Sept 17 – ALIVE AT 25 program ages 16-24. 8am-12N. $55. QA Sheriff’s OfÀce, 505 Railroad Ave, Centreville. 1-800-875-4770. …........................................... Sept 22 – PROSTATE CANCER SCREENING ages 35+. 5-8pm. Free; appt required. Talbot County Health Dept, 100 S. Hanson St, Easton. 410-820-6800.


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Sept 11 – ARF 6TH ANNUAL CRAB FEAST & Football Party. 1-4pm. Adults: $45 adv, $50 at door. Ages 6-12: $20 adv, $25 at door. Under age 6 free. KI Yacht Club. 410-643-8700.


Sept 17 – PET ADOPTION DAY 11am-2pm. The Pet Shop, Chester. QACAS 410758-3493. …........................................ Sept 24 – ARF FUNDRAISER 11am-2pm. Rommel’s Ace Home Center, 364 Thompson Creek Mall, Stevensville. 410-643-7702. …........................................ Sept 24 – MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE to beneÀt Island Dog Park. 8am-12pm. 401 Main St, Stevensville. 202294-6586. .......


Sept 28 – ANNUAL FALL CHICKEN BBQ carryout only. Pickup 3:30-6pm. $7-buy from ÀreÀghters. Goodwill Fire Co, Centreville.


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(ARA) - Plenty of tender, loving care went into those vegetable seedlings planted this spring. Weeks of watering, weeding, pruning and feeding have likely resulted in a harvest so bountiful, it is beginning to overwhelm the kitchen. What an exciting sight to have watched that seedling grow with sunshine, water and good soil in the backyard garden or patio container garden to produce such a plethora of fresh vegetables. By harvest time, tomatoes, peppers, zucchini and cucumbers weigh down the vines and stems of the formerly tiny seedlings, and many gardeners are running out of storage space and recipe ideas for all the incredible vegetables picked at the height of freshness. So what can be done with the garden leftovers? Donating and gifting are two great ways to help friends and the community with fresh produce. Miracle-Gro and America’s Test Kitchen teamed up to provide recipes that are perfect for parties, providing a delicious meal for a shut-in and sharing with co-workers. Tomatoes from the garden can be canned and easily transformed into chili, spaghetti or pizza sauce even into the winter months. From salsa and pico de gallo, to zucchini bread and cucumber salad, these popular foods will have family and friends enthusiastically eating garden vegetables all summer long. Expand the menu options by growing some different vegetables or herbs each year, and investigate new recipes that may become family favorites. Create gift baskets for friends and neighbors with excess fresh produce. Whether celebrating the summer holidays, birthdays, anniversaries, or for no reason at all, summer crops can inspire a variety of gifts. Ask your friends for their favorite recipes featuring delicious vegetables and herbs. Then, print out the best recipes on colorful cardstock and bundle up the ingredients, including fresh produce from the garden, giving the whole package as a gift. Who wouldn’t be overjoyed to receive a fabulous gourmet meal in the making? Donate any extra harvest to a local food shelter where it will benefit members of the community. Contact local food pantries prior to harvesting the vegetables to find out what restrictions they might have on garden vegetables. If the local food pantry does not accept fresh produce, contact area churches to see if any have a food donation program established. While the first harvest is exciting, do not forget to continue nurturing remaining plants in the garden. Plasma TV Sales / Installation • Custom Home Theatre Some plants will produce vegetables unWhole Home Audio Systems • Intercom Systems til the weather gets Structured Wiring • Lighting Design • Lighting Control considerably cooler, allowing for the eniPod Integration • Home Automation joyment of fresh proSatellite TV • Camera Systems duce well into the fall. Ensure that plants Design/Install Systems for Every Budget have enough water, BASIC to HIGH -END • New or Existing Construction and continue pulling LOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED weeds competing with vegetable plants for water and nutrients. Licensed Electrician • References




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Kent Island - 2br/1.5ba, wtr view, new appliances, 3 lvls, 2 balconies, $1425/ mo+utl, avail 8/1. Queens Landing 410-227-9145 ….......................................



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Rent/Purchase Option Available for qualified buyer! 4 BD, 2.5 BA farmhouse offers granite counters, 2-sty family rm w/stone gas fplc, den, 1st fl master suite, 2c att gar. Close distance to Tuckahoe State Park. CM7622585 Call Cathy 410-643-4663. …....................................... You can reach 17,000 homes for as little as $20 per week. Email your classified to today!



Cambridge - Route 50 frontage, individual offices and entire furnished suites as well. Signage available. Call 410-228-9480. ….......................................



WAREHOUSE - IMMEDIATE AVAILABILITY! Great location, just past Safeway in Chester. End unit $950/month. Commission based on 1st years lease. QA7489583. 410-6434663.

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FROM: Secretary of Housing and Urban Development CONSIDERATION: $178,701 TO: Vlahos, Michael E., IV 106 Cypress Street, Centreville …..................................... FROM: Johnson, Diane P. CONSIDERATION: $185,092 TO: Federal National Mortgage Association 208 Little Kidwell Avenue, Centreville

FROM: Leaverton, Farm, LLC CONSIDERATION: $70,000 TO: Riker, Ronald W., Jr. 39 Austin Way, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Leaverton Farm, LLC CONSIDERATION: $750,000 TO: Wilson Farm & Lawn Service, LLC Ruthsburg Road, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Campbell, Steven P. & Tracy L. CONSIDERATION: $62,527 TO: Campbell, Douglas 438 Freedom Lane, Centreville

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FROM: Symphony Centreville, LLC CONSIDERATION: $420,508 TO: Meyer, John Anthony 118 Concerto Avenue, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Symphony Centreville, LLC CONSIDERATION: $399,269 TO: Balducci, Larry S. 244 Harmony Way, Centreville …........................................... FROM: Kennedy, Edward C. CONSIDERATION: $279,000 TO: Strittmater, Richard C. 116 Cypress Street, Centreville

FROM: Richmond American Homes CONSIDERATION: $298,478 TO: Starlings, George H. 131 East Meadow Drive, Centreville …................................... FROM: Waterford Centreville, LLC CONSIDERATION: $404,990 TO: Guy, Steven F. 130 Opera Court, Centreville …................................... FROM: Meyers, Scott A. CONSIDERATION: $370,000 TO: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation 135 W. Goldfinch Lane, Centreville

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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 finish the day w/ a relaxing soak in the indr hot tub.

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Kent Island Waterfront This single family home REDUCED TO $499,000

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WEEKLY QAC HOUSING MARKET OVERVIEW (23) Homes Sold: 8/22/11-9/4/11 QA7627761 1012 Dulin Clark Rd $105,000 QA7647249 205 Crouse Mill Rd $115,000 QA7628056 102 Iris Rd $163,000 QA7418076 116 Talbot Rd $140,000 QA7650260 102 Golden Eye Ct 32A $187,000 QA7570380 302 Ackerman Rd $230,000 QA7485732 205 Jackson Creek Ln $240,000 QA7592234 2717 Cox Neck Rd $242,000 QA7531294 121 Wicomico Rd $249,000 QA7582084 107 Branta Lndg $291,450 QA7601289 185 Symphony Way $249,900 QA7542633 123 North Lake Dr $293,000 QA7619711 104 Cat Tail Ct $310,000 QA7612119 135 Goldfinch Ln $360,000 QA7251226 153 Symphony Way $369,900 QA7515719 621 Oyster Cove Dr #621 $420,000 QA7252092 152 Symphony Way $450,000 QA7305225 52 Prospect Bay Dr W $489,900 QA7215168 252 Merrick Corner Rd $465,000 QA7128967 207 Nottingham Ln $580,000 QA7497182 Thomas White Blvd #202 $645,856 QA7646823 418 Narrows Pointe Dr #9-$699,000 QA7546074 350 Narrows Pointe Dr #6-$780,000

Bay City Beauty This completely remodeled is just perfect now w/ REDUCED TO $249,000 home its hardwd & ceramic tile flrs, granite counters, new cabinets, new bathrooms, skylights. Overlooks easy maintenance garden paradise. Fully fenced, new shed, paved driveway. New heat pump too. Freshly painted with contemporary colors. Priced to sell quickly. Centreville REDUCED TO $349,000

Queen Anne’s County, MD Sold Summary Jul-2011 Sold Dollar Volume $15,305,534 Jul-2010 Sold Dollar Volume $15,436,905 Week of Sept. 5th: Homes for sale: 699 Rentals: 42 Foreclosures: 17 Potential Short Sales: 57 Lot/Land: 236 Homes under Contracts: 47 Waterfront Homes for Sale: Camille B. O’Donnell, REALTOR®, Broker 224 210 Country Day Rd, Chester (Inside Club One) KI Chesapeake Bay W/F Homes: 24 443-786-0200 • 410-827-7732 Commercial Listings for Source: MRIS. Disclaimer: All information is deemed Sale: 40 reliable, but not guaranteed and is provided exclusively Commercial Rentals: 60 for educational purposes. Please seek out the advice of professionals when making a major purchase such as an attorney or Camille B. O’Donnell, REALTOR®

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 floor plan & single level living make this home a dream.

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

Sue Hitt, Realtor, Associate Broker “2010 Realtor of the Year” 410-643-4111(O) 410-490-2027 (C)

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410-643-2244 (O) UNDER CONTRACT Great waterviews from this charming 4BR, 2 full BA home in community of Chester River Beach. Great fenced in backyard, large enclosed porch in rear & ready to move in.


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1.27 acres in the desirable community of Prospect Bay. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Panoramic views of Eastern Bay, 175 feet of newly rip-rapped shoreline, private pier and boat lift.

4BD 3BA Waterfront Home. Privately situated on calm point, 300+ ft. Gourmet Kitchen LR-picturesque windows-Main floor MSTR BD w/MSTR BA Jetted tub Crown molding WF Views most rooms.

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A touch of the islands on Kent Island! Beautiful waterfront 4/5 BR, 3 full, 2 half BA home on almost 1 acre. Ceramic tile & hardwd flrs, gourmet kitchen, 3-car garage & huge master suite. Pool & private pier with 4+ MLW. No HOA’S. Full house generator. Large walk-out finished basement w/ workout area, movie theater area & so much more. Too much to mention, MUST SEE! QA7643914 $1,450,000




GREAT WATERVIEWS IN LONG POINT COMMUNITY Wonderful waterfront retreat with 4/5 bedrooms, two and a half baths and water views from everywhere. Recently upgraded with new kitchen with stainless and silestone counters, new siding, new windows, two new waterfront decks (best view of the fireworks!) and more. 3 car garage and workshop. Most amazing sunsets and a deeded slip on the community pier.


2 Master bedrooms, 2 full baths, & landry upstairs. Main floor all hardwood floors, open floor plan, space for dining room table and living room. Enclosed porch with great views of the lake. Available immediately. Lots of ammenities!


REDUCED TO $2,250,000






3BR/1BA colonial on 3/4 of an acre. New kitchen, carpet and flooring, paint, bathroom and more. Two car garage and the option of a second dwelling on the property. You can’t go wrong at this price. Owner/Agent. Call Steve or Biana for more information. $185,000

Charming updated well-maintained 3br/2ba rancher on over 1 acre. Great private fenced in backyard. No hoa’s. New granite counters, new appliances, special covered wood floors and oversized 1 car garage. Community close by for golf, pool, etc. All this less than 15 minutes to the bay bridge.


Great value in Bay City on Kent Island. 3 brm, 3 full bath home on corner lot. Separate entrance to master suite. Nice yard, two car attached garage/new addition of master bedroom suite. All assessments have been paid off. Tenant in property until the end of July. Tax records have wrong square footage, 1680 sq. ft. is correct.


CHESTER RIVER WATERFRONT IN QUEENS LANDING Im Immaculate Chester River waterfrfront 3BR, 2.5BA home in Queen’s LLanding (new section). Freshly ppainted interior, neutral colors, famililyy rm w/ gas corner FP & enclosed titiled Florida sunrm. Flagstone ppatio. Tiled bathrms/kitchen/foyer. O Option to purchase fully furnished. Q QA7550428. $399,500

Beautiful home in great family community. In-law suite on main floor. 4 Bedrooms, 3 1/2 baths all on a cul-de-sac. Storage shed in rear doubles as office. Insulated and A/C. Great Landscaping with private rear screened in porch. This is the best value in the community, priced to sell. QA7465953.




12 one acre plus lots for sale in Ashleigh Manor South Subdivision in Church Hill. Prime Lot 1 (69.15 acres) is still available. Located off of Roberts Station Road with convenient location to Route 301. You can purchase just the lot or as a house package. Special financing available. Call Steve or Biana for additional information.



11.46 acres of prime commercial real estate w/ over 1200 feet of frontage on MD Rt. 8 (Romancoke Road), Stevensville. Zoned KI Suburban Commercial w/ well & septic approved. Call for more information.





Beautiful, secluded lot for your new home. Approved Perc. Lot is perfect, over 3.5 acres of woods w/farm land on sides & rear. Small creek at rear of lot w/ gravel driveway in place. Perfect for the home of your choice. QA7409934. $159,000


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