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About Town With Ron............................................8 Area Church Services..................................................5 ClassiÀeds...........................................................20 & 21 Deals of the Week......................................................13 It’s Your Business.....................................................15 Local Athletes.............................................................11 Meet Your Neighbor....................................................6 Political Events............................................................4 Real Estate Agents’ Corner..........................................22 Small Business Corner...........................................14 What To Do Listings............................................4 & 5 “You Rock,” Local Entertainment............................4

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Kent Island United Methodist Church Surviving the Holiday’s Seminar Saturday Nov 19, 2011 from 9-11 am Annette Wendy 410.827.6588

Thru Nov 5 – 34TH ANNUAL CHESAPEAKE COLLEGE ART SHOW & SALE on display during college hours. Todd Performing Arts Center.

Nov 5 – OYSTERFEST 10am-4pm. $15 adults, $12 seniors, $6 ages 6-17 Ages under 6 & members free. CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-2916.

Thru Nov 7 – MARITIME WORKS premier works. Troika Gallery, Easton. 410-770-9190.

Nov 5 – CELTIC NEW YEAR CONCERT w/Maggie Sansone. 7pm. $30 adv; $35 at door. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410-758-2520.

November 5th 10-3 Show is open to all vehicles! Kent Island VFD Fire House

Thru Nov 8 – ZUMBATOMIC FITNESS ages 5-10. Tuesdays, 4:15-5pm. $7/class. KI Senior Ctr. QAC Parks & Rec. 410-758-0848.

Nov 5 – CABELA’S trip. $55. DePart: KI Park & Ride 7:30am; QAC High School 8am. Return 7pm. Parks & Rec.

Thru Nov 10 – VENDORS & CRAFTERS WANTED for Holiday Bazaar, KI Methodist Church, 11/12. 410-643-4039.

Nov 5 – GOIN’ MONKEY 10-11am. Free. Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Thru Nov 10 – ZUMBATOMIC FITNESS ages 5-10. Thursdays, 4:15-5pm. $7/class. Grasonville Senior Ctr. QAC Parks & Rec. 410-758-0848.

Nov 5 – CHRISTMAS BAZAAR 9am-1:30pm. Immanual Methodist Church, Grasonville. 410-8276361.

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.

Nov 5 – LA CAGE AUX FOLLES bus trip to Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore. $115 members. $150 others. Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410-8222787.

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

Nov 5 – FAMILY CRAFTS PROGRAM 1011:30am. Library-Easton branch, 28712 Glebe Rd. 410-822-1626.

Thru Nov 14 (entry deadline) – ARTIST VENDORS for Holiday Gift Boutique 11/25-12/23. KIFA, Stevensville. 410-643-7424.

Nov 5 – CHRISTMAS BAZAAR 9am-3pm. Old Wye Church, Rt. 662, Wye Mills. 410-827-8484.

Thru Nov 25 – ACRYLIC PAINTINGS by Regina Tumasella. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-6342847, ext. 0. Thru Nov 26 – FORM, FUNCTION, FRIVOLITY exhibition. Centre for the Arts, Centreville. 410758-2520. Thru Nov 30 – 2012 INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION by Chesapeake Chamber Music for instrumentals of 3-5 w/average age of 31. www.

Nov 5 – CELL PHONES FOR SOLDIERS: recycled phones used to buy calling cards. 8am-2pm. Midshore Recycling & Hazardous Waste. Caroline County Public Works, Denton. 410-745-4299 or 410-758-6605. Nov 5 – SPAGHETTI DINNER fundraiser for “DEW” it right Youth Rally. 4-7pm. $7; ages under 12 free w/paying adult. Immanuel United Methodist Church, Grasonville. Nov 5 – SEASON EXTENSION W/ GREENHOUSES & HIGH TUNNELS 10am & 1pm. 2 locations. 301-334-6960.

Nov 5 – PLEIN AIR PAINTING AT THE ARBORETUM. $25 members; $30 others. Must preregister. 1–3:30pm. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410-634-2847 ext. 0.

Nov 5 – KI CRUISERS Halloween Cruise-in & Car Show. 10am-3pm. KI VFD Fire House, 1610 Main St, Chester. 410-643-4582 or 443-496-2887.

Nov 5 – ALIVE AT 25 PROGRAM ages 16-24. 8am-12N. $55. Kent & QA Rescue Squad, 140 Morgnec Rd, Chestertown. 1-800-875-4770.

Nov 5 – PARANORMAL NIGHT ages 18+. 11/5 6pm thru 11/6 8am. $30. CBEC, Grasonville. 410827-6694.

“We the People...” Email to have your event listed. Space is limited and entries may be edited for clarity/space. Schedule subject to change without notice. Please call number listed with event to conÀrm.

Nov 1,8,15,22,29 – COUNTY COMMISSIONER meetings. 107 N. Liberty St, Centreville. 410-758-4098. Nov 2 – BOE Meeting, 6pm. 202 ChesterÀeld 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.

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: David L. Dunmyer email: Bob Simmons email: Dave Olds email: County Admini Gregg Todd: email:

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LUKE’S GRILL 410-643-9435• Fridays, Saturdays – Live Entertainment, 8:30pm. Nov 5 – Rich Mascari, 8:30pm. Nov 11 – Sloe Jim, 8pm. Nov 11 – Kajun Kelley. Nov 12 – Jeffnanna.

R’s AMERICANTINA 410-643-7700, Thursdays – Trivia w/Denise Hurd & Terry Kelsey Saturdays – Football Specials w/Ryan & Buck, 11am-6pm. BRIDGES ON KENT NARROWS Sundays – Football Specials w/Ryan & RESTAURANT & BAR Buck, open-close. 410-827-0282 Nov 12 – Wild Bill “Buck Wild” Video Party & Friday & Saturday – Live Entertainment-jazz, Dance Contest, 9pm-1am. blues, contemporary. RAMS HEAD SHORE HOUSE Nov 12 – Joe Martone, 7:30pm. 410-643-2466• Thru Nov 24 (Thursdays) – $5 Burger night, THE JETTY 7-11pm. 410-827-4959, Mondays – DJ & Karaoke w/Hitman Eddie Nov 5 – Dave Hawkins & Stix, 9pm. Nov 11 – Mike & Darby, 8pm. Hitt, 7pm. Nov 12 – Sean Pelan & Cuzzin Mark, 9pm. Oct 29 – No Pets for Noah & Halloween Costume Party, 8pm. Nov 5 – Mike Hines and the Look, 8pm. Nov 11 – Mary Lou, 8pm. Nov 12 – The Cheaters, 8pm. BIG OWL TIKI BAR 410-604-1120, Thursday-Sunday – Live Entertainment.

Nov 5,6 – PAINTING SMALL WORKS en Plein Air 10am-4pm. $150 members; $175 others. Academy Art Museum, Easton. 410-822-2787.

Nov 9 (start date) – YOGA ages 60+. Wed, 10am. $15. Must pre-register. KI Senior Ctr. 410-6043801.

Nov 5,7 – CRAFT FAIR 11/5 10am-4pm; 11/6 12N4pm. KI American Legion, 800 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-643-4696.

Nov 9 (reg deadline) – LAMBING & KIDDING SCHOOL 11/19. $40/person; add’l family $30/person; youth $25. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills. 301-432-2767 ext. 315 or 301-432-2767 ext. 343.

Nov 5, Dec 3 – FIRST SATURDAYS. Free w/admission. 10am. Adkins Arboretum, Ridgely. 410634-2847 ext. 0. Nov 6,7 – MADE IN AMERICA Craft Show. 11/6 10am-4pm; 11/7 12N-4pm. KI American Legion, 800 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-643-4696. Nov 6,13,20,27 – TURKEY SHOOT sign-up 12N; shoot starts 1pm. KI Elks #2576, 2525 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-739-7803. Nov 7 (start date) – YOGA ages 60+. Mon, 8:30am. $15. Must pre-register. Grasonville Senior Ctr. 410827-6010.

Nov 9 – FALL LUNCHEON by QAC Homemaker’s County Council. Centreville United Methodist Church. 410-758-0133. Nov 9 – MEET NEW MDA MAFO/CAFO COORDINATOR 11:3 am. Tilghman Terr, 104 Tilghman Ave, Centreville. 410-742-1178 ext 301. Nov 9 – KIFA MEMBER meeting. 10:30am. Studio of Nancy Hammond, 102 Turpin Lane, Centreville. 410-643-7424. Nov 9 – WHAT IS SPECIAL EDUCATION FOR YOUR CHILD 6:30-8pm. Centerville library. 410758-3693.

Nov 7 (start date) – CERAMIC ARTS ages 60+. Mon, 9am. $15. Must pre-register. KI Senior Ctr. 410-604-3801.

Nov 9 – NIGHT OUT to beneÀt Toys for Tots. 5-8pm. Red Eyes Upstairs, Grasonville.

Nov 7 (start date) – CERAMIC ARTS ages 60+. Mon, 12:30pm. $15. Must pre-register. Grasonville Senior Ctr. 410-827-6010.

Nov 9,16 – HERITAGE AT HOME Retracing Roots of Community & Family. 2 sessions. 6-8pm. $35. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills. 410-827-5833.

Nov 7,8 – LEAVES-KNOW YOUR COLORS for ages 1-5 w/adult. 10-11:15am. $3 members $5 others. CBEC, Grasonville. 410-827-6694.

Nov 9-Dec 3 – BUY TICKETS FOR DRAWINGSMIDNIGHT MADNESS Fl vacation; gift baskets. Drawing 12/3, 11:30pm, Marcos’s Restaurant, St. Michaels. 410-745-0411.

Nov 7,8, Dec 5,6 – CREEPY CRAWLERS ages 1-5. $3 members; $5 others. Must pre-reg. CBEC, Grasonville. 410-827-6694. Nov 7-Dec 12 – THE HISTORY OF AMERICAN ART. Mon mornings. Academy for Lifelong Learning, CBMM, St. Michaels. 410-745-2916. Nov 7-Jan 23 – INTRO TO SPANISH ages 60+. Mondays, 1:30-3pm. $15. Grasonville Senior Ctr, 4802 Main St. 410-827-6010. Nov 7-Feb 27 – FALL PREVENTION & BALANCE ages 60+. Mondays, 11:15am-12:15pm. $15. Grasonville Senior Ctr, 4802 Main St. 410-827-6010. Nov 8 – GRAIN MARKETING meeting. 6:30am. Higgy’s Restaurant, 5306 Church Hill Rd, Church Hill. Nov 8,10 – ANNUAL PRESCRIPTION ROUND-UP 11/8: 4-7pm, Sudlersville Fire Dept. 11/10: 4-7pm, KI Fire Dept. 410-758-1306 x304.

Nov 9-Dec 16 – WRITING EFFECTIVE GRANT PROPOSALS online course. $105. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills. 410-827-5833. Nov 9-Dec 16 – STARTING A PET SITTING BUSINESS online course. $105. Chesapeake College, Wye Mills. 410-827-5833.

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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 ChesterÀeld 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 & conÀdential. 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. 410643-5683. • 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 Àeld 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.

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Kent Island Elks Safety Day Huge Success!! The weather was perfect and the crowd was large as the Kent Island Elks, Lodge #2576, hosted their 8th Annual Drug Awareness/Safety Day Event, Sunday, October 23rd at the Bay Bridge Airport. Special thanks to Trident Aircraft for use of their hanger and to the United Communities Volunteer Fire Department who provided the bicycle helmets to our youth. Twentysix venders provided their displays inside the hanger and thirty-four police, Àre, EMS, Military, tow trucks, race cars and safety vehicles from many local, county and state agencies as well as local businesses were on display along with the performances of the Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps, Queen Anne’s Sheriff’s K-9, Department of Natural Resources Police K-9. The ceremony to honor our Veterans was presented by the Sudlersville Middle School “Thunderbird” Band under the direction of Mr. Ron Demby along with the presentation of Colors by the Freestate ChalleNGe Academy Color Guard from Aberdeen, Md. The event concluded with the RED RIBBON “Kick Off” for the Mary-

land, Delaware and District of Columbia Elks Association in honor of DEA Agent Enrique Camarena who gave his life combating the War on Drugs and to honor our law enforcement agencies that continue combating the drug problems that affect our communities throughout the nation. The Kent Island Elks “Thank you” for supporting this event.

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John Murphy, owner of Island Athletic Club in Grasonville, would like to see an indoor bowling alley establishment come to the county. He believes that it is something that is sorely missing in the county. He adds that it would be a great family place where events could be held and people could truly enjoy themselves. John is looking forward to a great fall and winter at the club, especially January.

“What business would you like to see in our area? ”

M Weddell, owner of Seven Seas Yacht Mike Services located in Grasonville, would like Se to see an indoor go-kart business in the county. He says that it would draw more co families to the area. An ideal location for fa building this, he adds, would be at the b Kent Narrows outlets, where not many Ke businesses are at the present time. Picb tured here with his prized racing trophies, tu Mike thanks his customers for the last 4 to M 5 years of service to the community, and looks forward to many more. lo

Cat Majetic, a partner with Centreville Shipping and Services located in Centreville, would like to see a Dollar Tree come to town. She enjoys going to that store at other locations, and would like to be able to shop at a store that has a lot of product for great prices. She has been with the Centreville Shipping for 5 years and looks forward to many more. Sean Galvin, an enthusiastic server at Good Guys Sportsbar and Casual Italian in Centreville, would love to be able tto partake in a meal with friends at an Applebee’s, a Chili’s or some other ssimilar type restaurant. He says that ssomething with a bar would be nice to have in town, where locals could talk and mingle. An added plus is that they have pay-per-view events there, and he would like to see more of those availw able. Sean has been with Good Guys ffor the last 6 months, and prior to that, w worked in Baltimore and other surrounding locations.

Elizabeth Gowe, the owner of Queenstown Service Center, has a different take on the topic. As a longtime resident of Queenstown, she believes that the town is Àne just the way it is. She adds that once the new Royal Farms store is built on Route 301, things will change and trafÀc will become more congested on the highway itself and other arteries coming off of it.

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QAC Dept. of Animal Services: If you are missing a pet or thinking of adopting, please call 410-758-3493! Donations that are ALWAYS Needed: Bath Towels, Wash Cloths, Hand Towels, Blankets, Dog Collars, Cat Collars, Leashes, Litter Boxes, Litter, Metal Food Bowls, Cat Beds, Purina Brand Cat or Kitten Chow, Dog Food, Canned Cat & Dog Food, Small dog biscuits, Rope Toys, Training Treats, “Nyla Bones”, Hard Chew Toys, Cat Scratching Posts, Dog Houses (Medium, Large, XL), Straw Bales/ Shavings, Horse Hay, Any donations will be Greatly Appreciated!!! 201 Clay Drive • Queenstown, MD 21658

The Dirty Truth About Fleas (ARA) - When Áeas are spotted in the home, it’s our pets that take the blame. But did you know that for every Áea you see, there could be a much bigger problem hiding in the bedding, carpets, furniture and Áoorboards of your home? The truth is, Áea eggs, maggot-like larvae and pupae represent 95 percent of a Áea infestation, and they thrive not on your pet, but in the places your pet likes to snuggle - on the couch, under the porch, even in your bed. A problem waiting to hatch Within as little as eight weeks, just two Áeas can produce up to 2,000 eggs. Your pet shakes these tiny white specs off himself and into your home where they quickly develop into maggotlike larvae and spin silken cocoons, becoming pupae. In their pupae stage, Áeas can lay dormant for up to a year waiting for the right conditions to hatch into adults. That means, as long as you have eggs, larvae and pupae hiding in your home, you’re always at risk for a sudden, itchy infestation. Consider these uncomfortable facts from * The adult Áeas a pet owner sees represent only 5 percent of the Áea population. The other 95 percent - eggs, maggot-like larvae and pupae - hide in your home. * A female Áea can lay up to 50 eggs a day. * Eggs hatch into maggot-like larvae in two to four days. * Larvae are repelled by light and burrow into the Àbers, cracks and crevasses of your home. * In their cocoon stage, Áeas can lie dormant in your home for up to a year.

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Jesse Durbin, a junior at Queen Anne’s County High School, plays on the varsity football team as a guard and outside linebacker. He has also played on various area rec leagues in the past. His favorite subject is math; and his hobbies include hunting and hanging out with his friends. When asked what inspires him on the Àeld, he says his dad, because he played sports as well during his time at Glen Burnie in Anne Arundel County. Highly thought of by QACHS varisty football coach Donald Graef, he plans to attend a 4 year college, but has not made his mind up yet as to which one. He, and the rest of the Lions, looks forward to beating the Buccaneers of Kent Island High School at their next meeting in football on Friday night November 4.


David Wheeler Honda Kia and Queen Anne’s County schools are teamed up for a rafÁe to help local students: Support Our Students rafÁe 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 Àshing 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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Congratulations Queen Anne’s County Chamber Members & Staff for Another Successful Showcase

Merry Tobin, 2011 Business Leader of the Year, and Jim Luff

Business Leader of the Year MERRY TOBIN

Casey Palmer of Palmer’s Plumbing

Entrepreneur of the Year Ryan Carrion of Carrion Electric Lisa Quinn, center, and Jan Siarnicki, left, of By the Beach Tanning

Volunteer of the Year Cindy Jacobs-Maryland Residential Management Company

Dale and Jody Walls, right, of Corsica Technologies

Public Servant Award Brenda Lacompte-Swan Cove Paula Warner-Paula’s Fine Jewelry Ryan Carrion, Entrepreneur of the Year, and his wife Jennifer

Excellence in Agriculture Jennifer Rhodes-Maryland Cooperative Extension Services

Phil Dumenil, county commissioner and owner of JWM Insurance, Inc.

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Susan Vianna of Fishergate, Inc.

Jesse Parks of KRM Development

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In Todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Job Market, it is JobOn By Ron Stafford In todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s economy and job market, many people are looking for whatever type of work is available in a range of industries. The standard job-search experience is to complete multiple applications for various potential employers and then wait to be contacted for an interview. The employer must sift through large numbers of employment applications trying to Ă&#x20AC;nd the most qualiĂ&#x20AC;ed candidates. JobOn changes all of this. JobOn simpliĂ&#x20AC;es the application and selection process for both employer and job seeker using online job search and video interview technology. CEO and co-founder Jody Presit says it is easy. â&#x20AC;&#x153;All the job applicant needs is a camera-equipped computer or Smartphone. They then log in to JobOn and begin the online video-based interview.â&#x20AC;? Jody graduated from Archbishop Spalding High School here in Severn MD and went on to attend the prestigious Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. After college, he worked his way up the corporate ladder, directing sales and marketing at various online companies. From January 2002 to May 2011, he was National Director of Enterprise Sales at Dice, a stafĂ&#x20AC;ng and recruiting company. After leaving Dice and with the help of co-founder Dave Atherton and Chief Marketing OfĂ&#x20AC;cer Chris Orand, JobOn was born. The companyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s goal is to help both employers and employees Ă&#x20AC;nd the right Ă&#x20AC;t for a job by using video for the application and interview processes. The old way of going to the Annapolis Mall, Ă&#x20AC;lling out applications and waiting for the interview call is gone. Using and webcam or a Smartphone, the job seeker records video

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responses to a set of common interview questions. They then select the jobs from an array of businesses and submit the responses. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The employer is able to select the most qualiĂ&#x20AC;ed applicants from the recorded interviews and then schedule face-to-face interviews,â&#x20AC;? Jody adds. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Our client base is growing by about 200 clients a month. They range from the Quzinos on Kent Island to a Walmart in North Dakota.â&#x20AC;&#x153; Jody and his team tested JobOn on Kent Island before making it available statewide. By Thanksgiving, heâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hoping to take this nationwide, reaching a client base of a thousand or more by January 2012. JobOn charges $25 a month for a business to participate. Jody offers, â&#x20AC;&#x153;This was built around rural communities with the thought that a professional experience can be available for hourly workers.â&#x20AC;? It is truly a win-win on both sides. The job seeker uses less gas and time by using JobOn, and the employer actually hears and sees the applicant before scheduling more interviews and hiring the best qualiĂ&#x20AC;ed candidate. JobOn also is available at shopping malls where thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a high concentration of jobs for hourly and seasonal employment. The system also can be customized for companies wanting to use an exclusive private-label offering. JobOn can be made available on employer-branded terminals in the big-box stores or other companies that employ 50 or more people. The responses that Jody and his team have received have been fantastic. They are looking for more clients both close to home and nationally. Local schools offering career programs also have heralded the work Jody and his company are doing. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This concept will go everywhere. You can log on and do the interview quickly without the added stress of driving from place-to-place,â&#x20AC;&#x153; Jody says. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And, employers can actually see and listen to their next possible hire.â&#x20AC;? Jody sees the next few years as very promising for JobOn as it helps an increasing number of employees and employers connect. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Video is the next battleground, and we want to change the lives of 70 million hourly workers nationwide. We want to provide both these job seekers and their potential employers with a positive and time-saving experience.â&#x20AC;? For more information on Jody Presti and his great team at JobOn, contact their headquarters in Leesburg VA by calling 800-964-8698, or visit their website at You also can view an informative and enjoyable video presented by Jody by logging onto

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Sudlersville Food Pantry Critically Short of Food for Winter Season The Sudlersville Food Pantry, housed at Calvary-Asbury United Methodist Church in Sudlersville has nearly empty shelves and is in desperate need of donations. The pantry serves an average of 65 families on a monthly basis, 12 months a year. This Thanksgiving season that number is expected to nearly double to 120 families. Says food pantry coordinator Billie Carroll, “We are providing food for more families in our area than ever and our shelves are nearly empty right now.” The Sudlersville Food Pantry is the only pantry serving residents of Northern Queen Anne’s County. On Saturday, November 19th from 10 AM until Noon, the Sudlersville Youth Group together with the food pantry volunteers will be conducting a Thanksgiving food drive at Calvary-Asbury UMC. Items that are collected are used to provide an additional Thanksgiving food basket, in addition to the regular November food package. Families receive a turkey and all the Àxings that go with a traditional Thanksgiving meal. The cost of this project is over $2000.00, in addition to the monthly food expenses the food pantry incurs throughout the year. The youth group is asking for community help by providing any of the following items: 10-15 pound turkey, pie, stufÀng, green beans, mashed potato, gravy, sweet potato, or cranberry sauce. Any additional non-perishable items would be very much welcomed to help stock the food pantry through the winter season when demand is at its highest. Any items may be dropped off on Saturday, November 19th between 10 AM and Noon at Calvary-Asbury UMC, 103 North Church St, Sudlersville. Cash donations are welcome in lieu of food items. Checks can be made payable to “Sudlersville Food Pantry” and mailed to PO Box 202, Sudlersville, MD 21668. All donations are welcome and appreciated.

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Longaberger Basket Bingo Sunday November 6, 2011 Bay Country Moose Lodge 6154 Main St, Queenstown Sponsored by

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ground wires have been stolen or fences cut that expose dangerous electrical equipment, anyone near the area could accidently get injured or killed.” Altering the lines also impairs the reliability of the electric distribution system. Customers could experience uneven voltage, which can cause power outages as well as damage to electronic equipment and light bulbs. Approximately 37,000 customers recently experienced a power outage that was the result of theft and vandalism at a substation in Bethany Beach, DE.

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YOUR INFORMATION STATION MONEY FOR ROADS AND STREETS A legislative commission is expected to release its recommendations for Ànding money to repair state roads. Triple-A’s Lon Anderson is a member of the commission, and he says the biggest issue for lawmakers is to stop balancing the budget with money meant for roads and bridges. In April the legislature and governor used $100-million meant for roads to balance other parts of the 2012 Àscal year budget. The formal recommendations are expected to include an increase in the state’s gasoline tax and a bump in vehicle registration and other fees. DRIVERS LICENSE SUSPENSIONS UP The number of drivers licenses suspended by the state of Maryland is up this year. From January to September, there has been a 35-percent spike in suspensions compared to the same time frame last year, nearly 90,000 drivers licenses. The Annapolis Capital reports some say it is because the state no longer automatically assigns a court date for minor trafÀc tickets. If the ticket goes unpaid while the driver waits for a court date, their license is automatically suspended. NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NEEDED The search is on for a new executive director of the Chester River Association. Bob Parks of Rock Hall, who has been executive director since November 2005, announced he will step down at the end of this year. “It’s time for new ideas,” said Parks, 66. He said the end of the calendar year is the proper time for such a change because it marks the end of CRA’s Àscal year.

Theft of company materials means that Delmarva Power crews must spend many hours repairing equipment, safeguarding facilities and replacing stolen wire. The repair and replacement cost of damaged equipment far exceeds the scrap value received for the wire. To address the copper and wire theft, Delmarva Power is implementing additional security measures. Anyone with information about electric utility copper or wire theft is encouraged to contact Delmarva Power (1-800-375-7117) or local authorities. LANDLORD LEAD-PAINT PROTECTION UNCONSTITUTIONAL Maryland’s highest court ruled a state law shielding landlords from civil lawsuits in lead-paint poisoning cases is unconstitutional. The Court of Appeals declared that the 1994 law violated the state’s Constitution by denying adequate legal protection to victims. Attorneys for lead-poisoned children are saying they will now be able to sue for damages. BOE MEETS TO DISCUSS PASS/FAIL FOR STUDENT ATHLETES The State Board of Education discussed academic standards for Maryland’s public school athletes at its monthly meeting. The state legislature is requiring the panel to recommend minimum standards by year’s end. Regulations currently on the books call on each individual school district to set minimum academic standards. State leaders want one uniform policy in place. Local News: Ten times a day CNN News: Every hour Local Weather: Every hour Marine Weather: Every hour Osgood Reports: 8:25 and 9:25

PIPKIN HAPPY WITH SPECIAL SESSION RESULTS Last week’s special legislative session was not all about redistricting. State Senator EJ Pipkin and 36D-Delegate Steve Hershey reportedly Àled many bills. One even called for abolishing MdTA. Pipkin says many bills did not get heard, but says they did put Governor O’Malley on notice that the Eastern Shore Delegation was not going to roll over when it came to local issues like transportation and septic system improvements. DELMARVA POWER CRACKS DOWN ON COPPER THIEVES Delmarva Power reminds the public of the dangers of attempting to steal copper and other wire from the company’s lines, substations and equipment yards.“The theft of copper and wire from utility lines and electrical equipment can be life threatening to those who are attempting to remove it and can endanger others by leaving an unsafe condition,” said John Allen, Delmarva Power Vice President. “If

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Leather Coats- (2) I Woman’s and 1 Men’s-Woman’s jacket is Wilson Leather, black leather and suede, size Large $50.00. Men’s jacket is Leatherman, black leather, size 2X $50.00. 443786-2214 ……......................................

Tech Decks for Sale - Over 40 pieces including ramps, storage pieces and boards. All in GREAT shape. $60 for all, Àrm. 443-262-1143. ……...................................... 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 $345350. Piece called “A Walk with the Dog.” Perfect condition. $200 Àrm. 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 $250 or B/O. 443-362-2006. …......................................... Cleaning is done! Here’s your chance for a bargain. Prices are Àrm. 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) •Movie Time Table Top Air Popcorn Popper $10 •Everlast Heavy Bag & Stand - $125 ……


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C4 1987 Corvette Wheels – Four (4) 17” inch. $350 for all. 410-490-1470 or 410-4907590. NOTE: If your pet is missing call QACAC for a complete listing of all strays found in QAC 410-758-2393.

WANTED Have a story idea? Email it to the Update at We’re always looking for input from our readers. ……....................................... Vendors Wanted-Chesapeake Cats & Dogs’ 2nd Annual Christmas Craft/Vendor Fair will be held on Nov. 19th 10-2 at the KI Elks #2576 on Rt. 8. Vendor/crafter space is available for $35 or $50. Deadline for applicants is Nov. 12. Call 410-643-9955. ……....................................... Vendors & Crafters Wanted for Holiday Bazaar at KI Methodist Church on Sat., Nov 12. BeneÀts Our Haven Shelter. Contact 410-643-4039. ……...................................... VOLUNTEERS - Chesapeake Cats & Dogs, Stevensville 410-643-9955.

HOME 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. 410-643-4886. ….......................................... NEW 36”X48” white VINYL White vinyl, picture window, Àxed, with grills, low E glass, still in packaging. $85. 410643-4886. ……....................................... USED 36”X36” white ALUMINUM - Green house window with shelves & venting/operating E, good condition, $100. 410-643-4886. ….......................................... New Cultured marble top 36” X 25” still in box $75. 410643-4886.

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Amazon Parrot-Blue faced female, very sweet but needs to be the only parrot in the household. She talks and is very personable. Call 443496-2355 (Chester area)



Yard Sale/Barn Sale-Nov 5th 9:00-1:00. 402 Corsica Neck Rd, Centreville. Great stuff! Household items, furniture, wooden tools, table saw… great prices!



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Nov. 4 & 6 - RUMMAGE SALE 8am-3pm-SeventhDay Adventist Community Services Center, 208 Medical Center Road, Grasonville. …........................................... Yard Sales are FREE to place in the Update. Just email your listing to theupdate@verizon. net by Friday at 5 p.m. for publishing in the following week’s issue. ……....................................... Yard Sale - Matapeake Estates, Woodmoor Rd.,Saturdays in Oct., Halloween Witch animated, pop up halloween outdoor decorations, halloween child costumes, halloween candles, ashley ofÀce desk set (glen eagle)excellent condition, mackie 12 pa system, vox pa system, bedroom dressers, cappucino /espresso machine, outdoor projectors, 1940’s royal typewriter, 4x4 backlit electric sign, glass chess set, video projector, health bow (hand held), treadmill .............................................. Have a story idea? Email it to the Update at We’re always looking for input from our readers. …….......................................

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H 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 Àlled, coins, diamonds, Áatware, scrap & more. Lic # 2190. Exit 39B, Near Rite Aid, Chester. 410643-7766


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Licensed home daycare has openings for infants -12yrs. I provide excellent care plus meals/snacks,curriculum,acti vities,and lots of fun. Located 1/2 mile off Rt.50 in Queenstown. Please call Jessie 443-924-0331 or 410-7214959 .............................................. 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. …….

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED – Chesapeake Cats & Dogs, Stevensville. 410-643-9955. .............................................. Nov 12 (deadline) – CRAFTERS & VENDORS for Chesapeake Cats & Dogs 2nd Annual Christmas Fair. $35 single; $50 double. 410-6439955. .............................................. Nov 19 – 2ND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CRAFT/VENDOR FAIR by Chesapeake Cats & Dogs. 10am-2pm. KI Elks #2576, Rt. 8. 410-6439955.


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.


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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. .............................................. Nov 6 – BUFFET BREAKFAST 8-11am. $7 adults; ages under 12 $4. VFW Post 7464, VFW Ave, Grasonville. 410-827-8194.


Nov 8 – HAM & OYSTER SUPPER 4-7pm. $20 adults & carryout; $8 ages under 12. Ruthsburg Community Club, 105 Damsontown Rd, Queen Anne. 410-758-0405.

NEW Nov 11 – ROAST PORK DINNER 6-7:30pm. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-8277900.


Nov 11 – CHICKEN PARMESAN DINNER 6:30pm. Veterans eat free. KI American Legion.

NEW Nov 11 – SHRIMP SCAMPI & alternate menu. 6-8pm. $10-$14. KI Elks #2576, 2525 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-643-2221.

NEW Nov 18 – CHICKEN PARMESAN & alternate menu. 6-8pm. KI Elks #2576, 2525 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-643-2221.


& DUMPLINGS DINNER 6-7:30pm. Bay Country Moose Family Ctr, 6154 Main St, Queenstown. 410-8277900. ..............................................

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


Nov 20 – ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST BUFFET 9-11:30am. Adults $7; kids $4. KI Elks #2576, 2525 Romancoke Rd, Stevensville. 410-643-2221. ............................................... Have a story idea? Email it to the Update at We’re always looking for input from our readers. …….......................................


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. ..............................................

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FROM: PNC BANK CONSIDERATION: $44,700 TO: TOWN OF BARCLAY, INC 1619 BARCLAY ROAD, BARCLAY ‚............................................... FROM: GIBSON’S G LLC CONSIDERATION: $483000.00 TO: HAMMOND LLOYD A 104 JOHN GIBSON DR ...................................................

FROM: WILSON BARBARA A CONSIDERATION: $302500.00 TO: SCHWARZ JANE P 8004 BRIDGE POINTE DR ...................................................... FROM: HODGSON MARGARET CONSIDERATION: $180000.00 TO: THOMPSON WILLIAM ALEXANDER 304 HOPE RD ..................................................... FROM: ILA JOYCE ENGLERTH TRUSTEE & CONSIDERATION: $515000.00 TO: KING JOHN E JR 202 W PROSPECT BAY DR ....................................................... FROM: PRUITT ARNOLD W & CANDACE F T/E CONSIDERATION: $300000.00 TO: MAYBERRY JAMES J 120 WYE RIVER DR ...................................................

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FROM: MCNEILL VINCENT & MICHELE T/E CONSIDERATION: $480000.00 TO: MADDEN PARICK A 121 LOBLOLLY WAY ........................................................ FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE PARTNERS CONSIDERATION: $150000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC CLAIBORNE ST ......................................................... FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE CONSIDERATION: $465000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC LAURA ALLEY ........................................................ FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE CONSIDERATION: $465000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC LAURA ALLEY ...................................................... FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE PARTNERS CONSIDERATION: $465000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC LAURA ALLEY

FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE CONSIDERATION: $465000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC LAURA ALLEY .......................................................... FROM: WHITE’S HERITAGE CONSIDERATION: $465000.00 TO: CC GIBSON’S GRANT LLC LAURA ALLEY ......................................................... FROM: COUGHLIN PAUL & CONSIDERATION: $280000.00 TO: BOLAND CHRISTINA M 122 NICHOLS MANOR DR ....................................................... FROM: SECRETARY OF HOUSING & URBAN CONSIDERATION: $223501.00 TO: EVANS BARBARA 225 NICHOLS MANOR DR ...................................................... FROM: GUKANOVICH BRONKO BQ CONSIDERATION: $280000.00 TO: MOORE FRANK R 1619 LOVE POINT RD .......................................................

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FROM: DEMBY REGINALD E & KIMBERLY E CONSIDERATION: $117000.00 TO: U S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION 1012 DULIN CLARK RD ................................................................. FROM: 8919 LLC CONSIDERATION: $300000.00 TO: MURPHY DOUGLAS E SR 182 MEADOWBROOK WAY FROM: JSE INVESTMENT PROPERTIES L L C CONSIDERATION: $85000.00 TO: LIAPIS JENIFER E 126 EAST MEADOW DR ................................................................... FROM: LEMMERMAN JOHN W & JANICE N CONSIDERATION: $799000.00 TO: TENGWALL MATTHEW P 39 W PROSPECT BAY DR ................................................................ FROM: NEUBAUER EDWARD & CONSIDERATION: $425000.00 TO: RESNICK RYAN 117 PRUSSIAN TURN

FROM: BRITTINGHAM ERNEST O JR CONSIDERATION: $1331500.00 TO: COLCHAGOFF BUFF R 200 LONGVIEW LN ................................................................. FROM: BRENTON JAMES M JR & CONSIDERATION: $190000.00 TO: CHANEY ROBERT T 308 DOMINION RD ................................................................. FROM: GIBSON’S G LLC CONSIDERATION: $437860.00 TO: RENOLL PENELOPE J 231 EVELYNE ST ................................................................... FROM: RICHMOND AMERICAN HOMES CONSIDERATION: $274593.00 TO: LIST CHRISTOPOHER JAMES 137 EAST MEADOW DR ..................................................................... FROM: PARKER PATRICK LOUIS JR & CONSIDERATION: $224000.00 TO: DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY 105 SYDNEY ST .......................................................................

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


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(5) Homes Sold: 10/24/11-10/30/11 2820 Cox Neck Rd, Chester $622,000 228 Mainsail Dr, Stevensville $325,000 112 Primrose Rd, Chestertown $377,000 906 Clarks Corner Rd, Centreville $190,000 Subsidy: $5,700. 210 Ackerman Rd, Stevensville $223,000 Subsidy: $8K

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

Kent Island Waterfront This single family home

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Week of Oct. 30th: Active Homes for sale: 688 Luxury (Listed million+) Homes: 105 Rentals: 31 Foreclosures: 18 Potential Short Sales: 68 Homes: Under CKO,CNKO: 43 Homes: Under said Contracts-56 Waterfront Homes for Sale: 222 KI Chesapeake Bay W/F Homes: 19

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.

Lot/Land: 231 KI Waterfront Lots/Perked: 9 Lots: Contracts, CKO,CNKO: 10 Lot Foreclosure: 1 Commercial Listings for Sale: 35 Commercial Rentals: 58 Commercial: Under Contract: 4 Auction: 2 *CKO: contract kick out; CNKO: contract no kick out

Camille B. O’Donnell, REALTOR®, Broker 210 Country Day Rd, Chester (Inside Club One)

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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!

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KENT . . . PRIVATE close to Chesapeake Bay,style Kent ranch Narrows, Fine DEEP,ISLAND DEEP WATER ON OASIS THE WYE!! Original cottage that ofDining, Marinas and Outlet shopping. 5+ BR, 3 BA,living Colonial w/SScombo appliances, fers hardwood Áooring throughout, formal dining w/fp,Great sunroom and glassed porch withkitchen, unobstructed views, paver patio, extenRm w/woodstove, Dining Rm,allEat-in Living Rm w/Fireplace, 2 car garage sive landscaping, private offers 7-8’mlw. Exceptional Ànd for the w/workshop. Inground pool &pier poolthat house. Park-like setting on 5.82 acres w/barn & “serious” QA 7550605 fencing. Veryboaters. Unique! QA7631518

$599,000 $1,145,000 RENT TO OWN

QUEENSTOWN CREEK, SUNSETS.... BOATERS DREAM!!!! Deep water, private dock, ramp and protected bulkheaded inlet. ALL SITUATED ON 5 ACRES. Home is the ORIGINAL all brick Cape Cod that was enjoyed for many years by present owner. Hardwood flooring under carpet. Do Not enter property without an appointment. QA7680194

NEW LISTING $1,200,000

QUEENSTOWN, HARBOR LN.. WATERFRONT, WATERVIEW AND DEEP WATER SLIPS @ community dock(4-lease) Home offers open floor plan with upgraded kitchen, formal dining room, family room with wood burning fireplace and ground floor master suite all with waterviews. Screened porch overlooking . Within min. of GOLF, BOATING and the OUTLETS 8 BAY BRIDGE (non-riparian waterfront). QA7686458

NEW LISTING $585,000

QUEENSTOWN...Àrst time on market..spacious home that offers a master suite on both levels. Braz hardwood

TRAPPE: Enjoy the best of eastern shore living in this beautiful colonial located on a quiet cul de sac with in walking distance to the elementary school, near by water access and short drive to Easton, Cambridge and Salisbury. Abundance of landscaping, inground pool, multiple decking and fencing. Easy to show. TA7709614


PROSPECT BAY - Contemporary style home offering

CENTREVILLE - Willow Branch, custom home with a

DEEP, DEEP WATER ON THE WYE!! Original cottage style QUEENSTOWN...first time on market..spacious home open plan recent flooring updates. Inviting great Áooring throughout main level. Formal diningCENTREVILLE and liv- - Willow longBranch, list of upgrades! kitchen granite,style homean PROSPECT BAY with - Contemporary offering an Áoorranch thatwith offers hardwood thruout, formal living dincustom home withDesigner that offers a master suite on both levels. braz hardwood room with cathedral ceiling, Àrplace, hardwood Áwith ooring, open floor plan with recent updates. Inviting great room ing rooms, family 6-burner birch HW Áooring, breakfast nook, wet a long list of upgrades! Designer range, kitchen with granite, flooring thruout main level.rm, formalkitchen dining andwith living new rooms,ss appliances, ing combo w/fp, sunroom and glassed porch all unobwith cathedral ceiling, fireplace, hardwood flooring, den/4th den/4th bedroom, room, breakfast range, birch HW breakfastcrown nook, wet family rm, kitchen with new appliances, porch with6-burner screened porch thatssover looksscreened back yard inground bar,flooring, wine cooler, mouldings, cathedral ceilings and structedsunroom, views, paverfamily patio, extensive landscaping, nook private bedroom, sunroom, family room, breakfast nook combo, pvt bar,car winedecooler, crown ground mouldings,Áoor cathedral ceilings andluxurious that over fenced looks backand yard generously with inground pool, fenced and Two combo, pvt pool, fencing and Exceptional generously landscaped. pool, landscaped. master with bath and andgenerously huge closet. pool, fencing landscaped. GOLF, MARINA, pier that offers 7-8’mlw. find for the “serious” ground floor master with luxurious bath and huge closet. generously landscaped. two car detached gar, easy to GOLF, MARINA, CLUBHOUSE!!!! tached gar, easy to show easy commute. QA7666461. QA7591611. CLUBHOUSE!!!! boaters. QA 7550605 show easy commute. QA7666461 QA7591611. $499,995$499,995


SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE...OVERSIZED 3 CAR GARAGE FOR HIM,.INGROUND POOL FOR THE KIDS...GOURMET KITCHEN FOR MOM..spacious rooms which offer living room and family room, ground floor master. Forth Bedroom is private and could serve as au pair or studio. Situated on 2.4 acres just 15 minutes to Bay Bridge. Horses, gardening, home business all options. QA7684011



CENTREVILLE - PROVIDENCE FARM - Spacious 5 bedroom colonial with 3.5 baths on cul de sac. Full partially finished basement. Nearly new home with long list of upgrades. Formal living room and dining room with great room and breakfast room.

CUSTOM CAPE just outside Church Hill not located in a subdivision. Ground floor master, breakfast area, spacious living-room, screened porch and separate in-law suite. Private 2+ acre setting with pond. Short distance to Route 301. QA7669120 $335,500

NEW PRICE $425,000



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QUEENSTOWN...custom home w/recent upgrades: granite tops in kit & BAs, ceramic tile in kit & laundry/mud room. 1st floor master w/BA & 5th BR can be dressing room. Foramen LR & DR w/“limited” views of Wye River. HW flooring. Deck overlooks natural, private, setting. QA7651209

SALE OR RENT $379,900

CRAFTSMAN STYLE HOME nestled on 2.3 acre, Lightly wooded lot with 100’ of frontage on marchy creek, 3/4’mlw. Home has open floorplan with main level master suite, Gourmet kitchen, Hardwood flooring, Huge BRs on upper level with balcony and views from all rooms. Covered wrap around porches. Private setting within minutes of the Bay Bridge. Home in good condition, as-is. QA7001729


$1,145,000 NEW PRICE $459,000

NEW PRICE $459,000

SYMPHONY VILLAGE 55+ Community that offers a lifestyle of convenience and luxury. State of the art facility with pool, clubhouse, cart path, exercise and more. Offers open floor plan that accommodates formal and casual living. Double sided FP, extended kitchen w/breakfast room. Private patio. QA7503745.

NEW PRICE $299,000

HISTORIC IN CHARACTER and rich in history. Restored over the years with modern conveniences for daily living leaving the old house charm. Polished hardwood flooring, formal LR with fireplace, formal DR and parlor. Screened porch. Detached workshop. Easy access to Rt. 50. QA7435173.

NEW PRICE $249,999

Finished Building Lots Centreville/Queenstown area. Call Sharon.

D SOL 1 1 9/20

OPPORTUNITY to own 165’ of waterfront on Marchy Creek which offers 3/4’mlw. Buyer to complete home. Open and spacious floor plan with waterfront greatroom with cathedral ceiling. New kitchen, flooring, 2 car garage. Private setting minutes to Bay Bridge. Heating/cooling and plumbing are in.


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Beautiful waterfront home on 5 ac lot w/ 500ft. waterfront. 4 garages w/ 2 heated. Open Ár plan & newly remodeled kit. Rip rapped bulk head w/ stone steps to water. Deeded deep water slip on the Wye. Slip conveys w/ boat lift & sep. storage. 4BR, 4 full BAs w/ steam shower. Available to rent fully furnished. Owner/Agent. QA7340080. $1,299,000

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 Áoors and oversized 1 car garage. Community close by for golf, pool, etc. All this less than 15 minutes to the bay bridge. $239,000



WATERFRONT LOT IN CHESTER RIVER BEACH Waterfront lot ready to build, bring your own builder. House next door available if interested in double lot w/large home 13,500 sq. ft. lot.

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


Reduced $249,500


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. $299,000 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 Àreworks!) and more. 3 car garage and workshop. Most amazing sunsets and a deeded slip on the community pier.

LOTS IN ASHLEIGH MANOR SOUTH SUBDIVISION 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 Ànancing available. Call Steve or Biana for additional information.



4/5 bedroom and 2.5 bath home on Kent Island. Stonefront home with pool, deck, hot tub, two car garage, pellet stove, shed and more. Call Steve or Biana to tour this new listing. $559,000

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


PARADISE ON KENT ISLAND 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 Árs, gourmet kitchen, 3-car garage & huge master suite. Pool & private pier with 4+ MLW. No HOA’S. Full house generator. Large walk-out Ànished basement w/ workout area, movie theater area & so much more. Too much to mention, MUST SEE! QA7643914 $1,450,000


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Beautiful and private Coastal living style waterfront home on 3 acres located in Creek Point Community. Watch the wildlife from your kayak or from your 100 foot pier. 3/4 Bedrooms, bonus room with half bath to be ofÀce/extra bedroom. Gourmet kitchen with two wine refrigerators, Bosch dish washer, Dacor gas stove and more. Deck overlooking Grove Cove Country living minutes to 301 and Rt. 50. $599,000

LARGE HOME IN COMMUNITY OF RECOVERY Beautiful customed 5/6 bedroom colonial with open Áoor plan on 1.69 acres. Large deck off the family room and kitchen. Wrap around porch. Large kitchen, eating area, ofÀce/den, Butler’s pantry with cherry cabinets. Third level could be a bedroom, playroom or ofÀce. Two car garage with work area and installed gas heater. Close to 301 and the Bay Bridge. $539,000

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