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Serving Middlesex County and adjacent areas of the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck since 1896 Vol. 120, No. 13

Urbanna, Virginia 23175 • June 26, 2014

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Little League tournaments scheduled

As in past years, the Deltaville 5K course will follow Route 33 and Lover’s Lane. At the start of the race at 8:30 a.m., motorists should L_WLJ[ H TPUVY [YHMÄJ KLSH` VU 9V\[L  +\YPUN [OL YHJL MYVT ! ! HT [^V^H` [YHMÄJ ^PSS IL THPU[HPULK VU 9V\[L  ^P[OY\UULYZZOHYPUNHJVULKWVY[PVUVM[OLYVHK3V]LY»Z3HUL^PSS ILJSVZLKK\YPUN[OLYHJL[V[OYV\NO[YHMÄJ9LZPKLU[ZHYLHZRLK [VUV[[YH]LSVU[OPZWVY[PVUVM[OLJV\YZLK\YPUN[OLYHJLVU:H[urday, July 5.

Volunteers, runners, sought for Deltaville 5K & Kids Fun Run Deadline for online signup set for July 2 Attention all running and walking enthusiasts! There are only 10 days until the 2014 Deltaville 5K & Kids Fun Run. “Another exciting year is planned for the Deltaville 5K,” said race official Carolyn Miller. “From its proud past of being the ‘Boat Building Capital of the Chesapeake’ to its unquestionable popularity as a bay-side destination, Deltaville has it all.” Online registration is open until Wednesday, July 2. Walk-up registration begins Friday, July 4, from

1-5 p.m. across from the Deltaville Community Center, and resumes at 6:30 a.m. the following morning, race day, Saturday, July 5. The Kids Fun Run starts at 8 a.m followed by the 5K at 8:30 a.m. During the 5K race, the Middlesex Family YMCA will provide Kiddie Corral child care. As in past years, the course will follow Route 33 and Lover’s Lane and will be completed by 9:30 a.m. (see map above). Race officials are still in need of many volunteers to make this event a success. The largest need is for course monitors and waterstop attendants. Anyone willing and able to help, please email [email protected] or call 804-514-9637.

Deltaville falls twice to Cardinals; hosts home games Friday, Saturday by Stephen Blue The Deltaville Deltas lost twice to their top rival, the Newport News Cardinals, last weekend. The Deltas were blanked 5-0 on Saturday night at home, and 6-5 in a 14-inning extra inning game on Sunday. This weekend, the Deltas will host a pair of games. On Friday at 7:30 p.m., Deltaville will host the Prince George Blue Sox of the Virginia Commonwealth Baseball League. On Saturday, league action returns as the Deltas will host the Hampton Braves at 7:30 p.m. Cardinals 5, Deltas 0 Deltaville ran into a buzzsaw in the form of Cardinals’ ace and former Old Dominion University pitcher Robbie Watkins on Saturday night. Watkins stymied the Deltas offense, allowing just 3 base runners the entire night in a complete game, no-hit effort. Deltas starter Jay Moore pitched excellent, but suffered the pitching loss. Moore allowed just 1 earned run in the 1st inning, and settled down to hold the Cardinals silent until a 7th inning defensive error led to a 4-run Cardinals rally. Cardinals 6, Deltas 5 In their 14-inning loss to the Cardinals on Sunday, the Deltas built a 4-0 lead but were unable to hold on as Newport News rallied to tie the game in the bottom of the 9th inning, and went on to win in 14 innings . Brett Crawford got the scoring started for the Deltas in the 2nd inning, sin-

gling before scoring on a Scott Crump single. The Deltas scored again in the 3rd inning when Zach Harris scored on a Josh Martin sacrifice fly, and then made the score 3-0 in the 5th inning when Adam Baldwin scored from third base in a botched rundown play. Deltaville made the score 4-0 in the top of the 8th inning on a leadoff double by Travis Crump, who eventually scored on a Martin groundout. The Cardinals began their comeback in the bottom of the 8th, plating 2 runs on 3 hits in the inning. Newport News then tied the game with 2 outs in the 9th with 3 more hits. The teams settled into a stalemate for the next 4 innings, before Deltaville broke through in the 14th with a single from Martin. Connor Henderson then doubled, scoring pinch runner Jake Jackson, and Deltaville had a 5-4 lead. However, a win was not to be for the Deltas. Newport News led off the bottom of the 14th inning with a double to deep center field, and with one out strung together a pair of hits to tie and then win the game. Jordan Boze was the starting pitcher for Deltaville and took a no-decision after pitching into the 9th inning. He allowed 3 runs. Zach Harris pitched 4 1/3 innings of relief, and Robert Shermer escaped a 13th inning jam in relief of Harris before taking the loss in the 14th. Baldwin led the Deltas offense with 3 hits, while Alexander Crittenden and Crawford each had 2 hits.

Atkins wins $500 bonus at mud bog in ‘The Pit’ What looked to be a rainy day turned into a great afternoon for mud bogging at The Pit at Virginia Motor Speedway last Saturday. The 5th Annual Down & Dirty Mud Mayhem presented by James River Equipment, the Virginia National Guard and RedNex Sporting Goods set records in both fan attendance and competitor participation. The event was also sponsored by

Monster Energy Drinks, Kalbones Speed Shop & Offroad, Aaron’s, Collision One, Atkins Petroleum & Propane, After Hours Fabrication, ORI of Richmond and Truckin Thunder. The huge crowd was treated to some great action in both the mud bog and mud sling pits. The day of setting new

(See Mud bog, page B2)

The Middlesex County Little League started District 15 All-Star Tournament play last weekend with the Minor League All-Stars playing in Northumberland. “The teams suffered two tough losses and strongly represented Middlesex,” said league president Craig Revere. The Middlesex County Little League will host the Senior Baseball All-Star Tournament for District 15 starting on Tuesday, July 1. The first game will be at 7 p.m. between King George and Richmond County at the Middlesex County Sports Complex in Locust Hill. On Wednesday, July 2, the Middlesex Senior All-Stars will play the July 1 game winner at 7 p.m. The championship game will be played on Saturday, July 5, at 10 a.m. The Middlesex Major League Softball All-Stars will start play in King William on Saturday, June 28, at 5 p.m. The Major League Baseball AllStars will start play at 7 p.m. this Saturday at Caroline against Richmond County. The Middlesex Junior Baseball AllStars will start their tournament this Saturday against Richmond County at 4 p.m. in Caroline. The Middlesex Senior League Softball All-Stars will start play on Tuesday, July 1, against King George at 7 p.m. in King George. For further updates, visit www. eteamz.com/vadistrict15 and click on 2014 tournament.

Christchurch to offer sailing clinic in July

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Friends of Middlesex Public Schools Golf Tourney has 116 golfers The overall winners of the first Friends of Middlesex Public Schools Golf Tournament at Piankatank River Golf Club last Friday were the team of Jim Goforth, Rusty Fairheart, Charlie Beard and Larry Collier with a score of 54. First Flight winners with a score of 57 were Alexander Crittenden, Ryan Reynolds, Jake Fletcher and Mason Goodrich. Second Flight winners with a score of 62 were Ed Harrow, Jimmy Johnson, Andy Edwards and Schyler Bristow. Third Flight winners with a score

of 60 were Jamie Edwards, Randy Edwards, Tom Bishop and George Ellis. Fourth Flight winners with a score of 62 were Joel Vedelli, Sam Wallace, Kim Harris and Gail Thomasson. Closest to the pin winners were Rick Fulk (#5), Jerry Duke (#7), Art Hudgins (#14), and Campbell Henkel (#17). Longest drive winners were Chris Crabbe (men) and Maggie White (women). Putting contest winners were: first, Mary Francisco; and second, Campbell Henkel.

Christchurch School sailing coach Isaac Clark and members of his nationally-ranked team will offer a sailing clinic on Saturday, July 12, from 1-5 p.m. for boys and girls ages 12-16. Participants will work with the school’s fleet of thirty “420 sailboats”. Objectives are to transition to a double-handed boat; learn what it is like to sail in high school; improve boathandling skills; build team racing skills; develop knowledge of sailing rules; and to learn advanced racing strategy and tactics. The clinic is free (snacks provided!) 4LTILYZ VM [OL V]LYHSS ^PUUPUN [LHT ^LYL MYVT SLM[ 3HYY` *VSSPLY at Christchurch School campus 9\Z[`-HPYOLHY[1PT.VMVY[OHUK*OHYSPL)LHYK waterfront at 559 Hibble Road in Christchurch. To register, contact Matt Guthrie at 804-758-2306, ext. 129, by July 4.

golf The Piankatank River Ladies Golf Association (PRLGA) hosted its annual women’s invitational on June 19. The event was co-chaired by Roseanne Moncure and Christy Pitts, who arranged the entire day starting with breakfast for the 22 participating teams supplied by the PRLGA members. A served luncheon, awards and door prizes followed play. The format for the tournament was best two balls of the foursome, net and gross. The results were: First Gross Team: 150, Joy Cimburke, Sandy Lee, Trish Owens and Nevia Cashwell. Second Gross Team: 151, Gloria Matthews, Betty Carneal, JoAnn Combs and Barbara Wetters. First Net Team: 114, Lindy Hatch, Cricket Call, Joyce Deputy and Sharon Miller. Second Net Team: 115, Roseanne Moncure, Christy Pitts, Mary Jones and Debbie Earman. Third Net Team: 119, Janice Philips, Ellen McGowen, Betsy Ripley and Margie Holt. Fourth Net Team: 119, Felicia Forest, Francine Matheny, Beth Murray and Kathy Ford. Fifth Net Team: 121, Carol Sennott, Patty Rosenberg, Marny Richardson and Lynne Richardson. Closest to the pin winners were Sandy Lee, Ellen McGowan, Mary Francisco and Joanne Flanagan Closest to the line (drive) winner was Betty Nester. * * * * Results of June 23 play (convert 3 holes to par-gross) of the Deer Run Women’s Golf Association were: First Flight: 1st, Lindy Hatch 77; 2nd, Nina Carter 82; 3rd, Martha Wiggs 84. Second Flight: 1st, Ruth Wallace 97; 2nd, June James 102; 3rd, Delois Robinson 105.

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Former CBGS students win Randy Brown Golf Tourney The Chesapeake Bay Governor’s School (CBGS) Education Foundation held its 3rd Annual Randy Brown Golf Tournament on Saturday, May 31, at Hobbs Hole Golf Course in Tappahannock in memory of mathematics teacher Randy Brown. Twenty-nine students, former students, parents and friends enjoyed a beautiful morning of golf and a barbecue lunch provided by The ;OLZLMVV[IHSSJHTWLYZSLM[MYVT4PKKSLZL_/PNO:JOVVSVU:\UKH`[VH[[LUK[OL*VSV- SandBar. UPHS(SSWYV-VV[IHSS*HTWH[[OL*VSSLNLVM>PSSPHTHUK4HY`7OV[VI`3HYY`*OV^UPUN The first place team was three of Randy’s former students: Andrea Walker (CBGS

Twenty-three Middlesex youngsters attend football camp at William & Mary Twenty-three Middlesex Colts youth football players attended the 2014 Colonial All-Pro Football Camp at the College of William and Mary this week. The three-day camp featured pro-instructors such as Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy and Denver Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker. The camp is for boys ages 8 through rising seniors in

high school. A small group of “mom’s” calling themselves “Youth Development Football Campers” set out with a mission in early March to raise money to alleviate some of the cost of the camp to help send as many of the county’s young athletes as it could. In three months of bake sales, concession stands, 50/50 raffles, a bowling night, photo sessions, and Chic-fil-A nights, the parents and campers were able to raise close to $5,000, almost

half of what was needed. The youth campers extend a special thanks to Dr. Matthew Jager and his wife Robyn, The Chesapeake Inn, Middlesex Youth Basketball League, Middlesex YMCA, Urbanna Market, Middlesex Florist, Village Lanes, Marty & Jonelle Boyd, Katie McCue, Middlesex Colts team mom’s, Big John’s, and all of the family members and friends who donated to help them attend this camp.

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Openings still available for Kids Kayak and Conservation Camp The Kids Kayak and Conservation Camp, sponsored by the Mathews Maritime Foundation and Mobjack Kayaking, will be held August 4-8 at the West Mathews Civic League Center in Bohannon, Mathews County. Camp is open to all middle school students in current grades 5-8 with a minimum age of 10 as of April 1, 2014.

Campers must be able to swim. Each child is expected to participate in all activities of the camp. The camp is a weeklong, full-day camp with kayak instruction mixed with conservation activities. Campers will learn basic kayak strokes and edging, wet exits and rescues—all while having races, playing water polo, tag and

Town of Urbanna

5th of July Boat Parade Rules and Entry Form 1. All entrants participate at their own risk. It is the responsibility of each to ensure the safety of their passengers. 2. All vessels must comply with U.S. Coast Guard regulations. 3. All vessels must have on board an operational VHF radio with channel 68 capability. 4. Entrants and their passengers agree that they will not hold the organizers of the parade liable for any damages, loss of property or personal injury. 5. No projectiles of any kind, including water balloons, rockets or other incendiary devices may be launched from any participating vessel. 6. Line up at Urbanna Bridge at 6:15 p.m. Parade starts at 6:30 p.m. Buddy Wyker will lead the parade aboard “Blue Chip”. He can be contacted on channel 68. 7. Have fun! Boat Owner _____________________________________________________ Operator (if other than owner) ______________________________________ Address _________________________________________________________ Home/Cell Phone _________________________________________________ Boat Name _____________________________________ Length __________ Power _______ Sail _______ State of Registration & #__________________

(Documented boat need only give boat name) I have read and understand the rules governing this parade and will abide by same.

Owner Signature _________________________________________ Operator Signature _______________________________________ Date ___________________________________________________

Please complete this form and send Town of Urbanna P.O. Box 179 40 Cross Street Urbanna, Va. 23175 Attn: Urbanna Town Marina (804) 758-5440

to: Awards for Patriotic, Crea tive, Outrageous, Honorable M ention

other games. Depending on the skill level achieved, there will be a paddle trip and a Parents Day demonstration. More experienced kayakers also will learn additional skills. During the conservation portion of the camp, there will be an educational historic tour and aquaculture lesson on a local deadrise workboat, an archaeological dig, boating safety activities, nature experiences, conservation activities, water scope building and other exciting adventures. The fee for the week is $175, which includes a $50 non-refundable registration, camp t-shirt, and all classes and events. There are a few openings available. More information, registration forms and pictures may be found at www. mathewsmaritime.com/kayakcamp.html, or call the Mathews Maritime Foundation at 804-725-4444.

Returning Colts players urged to register for 2014 Middlesex Colts youth football officials encourage returning players and parents to register as soon as possible because the Colts are close to filling their rosters. Registration for Middlesex Colts will continue into the summer. Parents of players must call Tommy Hamilton at 804-815-6254 to set up a time to register. Urbanna Builders’ Supply in Saluda is the registration site.

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Class of 2012), Patrick Francis (CBGS Class of 2013), and William Johns (CBGS class of 2011). Francis also won the Longest Drive Challenge. Young golfer Andrew Lilly won the Closest to the Pin

Challenge. The CBGS Education Foundation would like to thank those who golfed, all the volunteers that day, as well as all those individuals and businesses that donated goods and services or sponsored holes.

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records also spilled over to the competitors, as several division records were broken during competition. In the After Hours Fabrication Stock B class, Tanya “Mudiva” Ricks in Hell on Heels set a new class record with a pass of 5.703 seconds, breaking a record that has stood since 2008. In the Kalbones Speed Shop & Offroad Modified B class, Ray Atkins in Haulin’ Gas set a new class record with a run of 4.270 seconds, besting a record that had been set in 2010. In the new Monster Energy Drink Pro Mod B class, Ricky Crowder in Muddy Money set a new track with a pass of 4.313 seconds. Tanya “Mudiva” Ricks also became the first woman to break the 5-second mark with a pass of 4.933 seconds in the Monster Energy Drink Pro Mod B class, becoming the “fastest woman” at The Pit. Overall 108 different competitors took turns at the stateof-the art 200 foot pit for a total of 236 registered passes. Winners in each class: Super Stock A, Ronnie Coates in Doin it Dirty; Super Stock B, Tanya Ricks in Hell on Heels; Modified A, Ray Atkins in Haulin’ Gas; Modified B, Ray Atkins in Haulin’ Gas; Pro Mod A-Ray Atkins in Haulin’ Gas; Pro Mod B-Ricky Crowder in Muddy Money; Unlimited Bog, Ethan Brantley in Cold Mudded; X Class, Frank Embrey in Tadpole Express; and XX Class, Chris Newton in Hostile Projectile. For a list of complete results visit www.thepitatvms.com. For the first time the Atkins Petroleum & Propane “King of the Hill” Double Down Bonus was offered for anyone that could win both the A & B classes in the Super Stock, Modified and Pro Mod divisions. Ray Atkins in Haulin’ Gas was able to take home the $500 bonus by winning both classes in the Modified division. Fans and competitors wanting photos or video of the day’s events can contact Al Goulder (for photographs) at (804) 5862208 and Sean Cook of Video Media Services (for video) at (804) 690-5877 or (804) 6733633. The Pit at Virginia Motor Speedway is on Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda. For more information, call (804) 7581VMS or visit the mud bog’s website at www.thepitatvms. com.

Virginia Motor Speedway returns to racing Saturday Stock car racing will return to Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway (VMS) this Saturday, June 28, with Virginia National Guard Dirt Series Twin Race Night. After a couple of weeks off, the racers are anxious to get back to chasing the 2014 division championships. This Saturday night all five of the Virginia National Guard Dirt Series divisions will be competing in a “twin race” format. The Victory Lap Late Model, Aaron’s Pro Late Model, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modified and Collision One Limited Stock Car divisions will all race in two features during the evening. Heading into week 7, Justin Williams of Shipman leads the Victory Lap Late Model points race; Bobby Thompson of Concord leads the Aaron’s Pro Late Models; Hunter Shelton of Fredericksburg leads the Truckin Thunder Sportsman; and Matt Quade of Mechanicsville, Md., and Brian Bradley of Hopewell lead the Collision One Limited Stock. For the complete 2014 points standings and a schedule of upcoming races, visit the track website at www.vamotorspeedway.com.

Competitor gates for Saturday, June 28, will open at 4 p.m. and spectator gates will open at 5 p.m. On-track activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with hot laps. Features will start at 8 p.m. The admission price for adults is $12; seniors (60-plus), $10; military (active/retired with proper ID), $8; students ages 13-17, $6; children ages 7 to 12, $4; and children age 6 and under, admitted free. VMS offers a family pass for $25 (two adults and two children 12 and under). Pit passes will be $20. To enhance the fans racing experience, the speedway has installed a short wave FM transmitter and all of the evening’s action can be heard at 95.5 FM. “So bring your portable radio headset and enjoy hearing all the action,” said track general manager Dave Seay. Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, an ASA member track affiliate, is a 1/2-mile, dirt oval on Route 17 at Jamaica, eight miles north of Saluda. To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and its 2013 schedule of events, call 804-758-1VMS or visit vamotorspeedway.com.

Weekly Tides

Windmill Point – Sunrise & Moon – June - July 2014 Fri. 6/27

Low 6:15 0.1’ High 11:53 1.2’ Low 6:08 0.1’

Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset

5:46 8:31 6:12 8:36

Tue. 7/1

High Low High Low

2:03 8:46 2:30 8:53

1.3’ 0.2’ 1.2’ 0.2’

Sunrise 5:47 Sunset 8:31 Moonrise 9:48 Moonset 10:59

Sat. 6/28

High 12:12 Low 6:55 High 12:33 Low 6:50

1.4’ 0.1’ 1.2’ 0.1’

Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset

5:46 8:31 7:05 9:17

Wed. 7/2

High Low High Low

2:40 9:23 3:10 9:36

1.2’ 0.2’ 1.2’ 0.3’

Sunrise 5:48 Sunset 8:30 Moonrise 10:43 Moonset 11:29

Sun. 6/29

High 12:50 Low 7:33 High 1:12 Low 7:31

1.4’ 0.1’ 1.2’ 0.2’

Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset

5:47 8:31 7:59 9:53

Thu. 7/3

High 3:19 Low 10:01 High 3:52 Low 10:23

1.2’ 0.2’ 1.2’ 0.2’

Sunrise 5:48 Sunset 8:30 Moonrise 11:38 Moonset 11:59

Mon. 6/30

High Low High Low

1.3’ 0.1’ 1.2’ 0.2’

Sunrise 5:47 Sunset 8:31 Moonrise 8:54 Moonset 10:27

Fri.

High 4:00 Low 10:41 High 4:38 Low 11:13

1.1’ 0.2’ 1.2’ 0.4’

Sunrise 5:49 Sunset 8:30 Moonrise12:35

1:27 8:09 1:51 8:12

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High

Low Height

Piankatank River, Cherry Pt. Great Wicomico River Light Smith Point Light

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-1:44 0:20 0:44

86% 75% 86%

7/4

PM times are in boldface type

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school local honor rolls

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Oliver awarded Barnes Memorial Scholarship Middlesex High School (MHS) is pleased to award the first annual Mary Barnes Memorial Scholarship to Holly Oliver, a 2014 honor graduate of MHS. Ms. Barnes taught science at St. Clare Walker Middle School from 19731998. Her love of science will continue to be honored for years to come by a generous scholarship left in her memory by her family. The scholarship will be awarded annually to a student who desires to go to RCC and begin a major in science. Holly Oliver will be starting her college career at RCC to begin pursuit of a medical degree.

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Croxton named Creekmur Memorial Scholarship winner Middlesex High School is pleased to award the Ruffin Creekmur Memorial Scholarship to Monica Croxton, a 2014 honor graduate of MHS. Creekmur, a 2009 MHS graduate, was tragically killed in an automobile accident. “Ruffin blended into every group at school and was a friend to all. He had an infectious laugh and always had a smile on his face. He was easy going with a quick wit,” said Kathy Page, MHS guidance counselor. Croxton plans to attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall where she will pursue a degree from the School of Arts.

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MIDDLESEX COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Pursuant to Code of Virginia, Section 15.2-1800, notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors at 7:00 PM, on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, to consider the lease of approximately 1 acre of land and the large barn on Tax Map 27-84, to Piankatank River Farms, John Koontz, for an aquaponics facility with nursery beds. The meeting and hearing will be held in the Board Room RQWKHVHFRQGÁRRURIWKH+LVWRULF&RXUWKRXVH, 865 General Puller Highway, Saluda, VA. All interested persons are encouraged to present their views concerning the prospered lease. A copy of the proposed lease and plat showing the property under consideration for lease is available for public inspection DWWKH&RXQW\$GPLQLVWUDWRU·V2IÀFH:RRGZDUG%XLOGLQJ – 2nd Floor, 877 General Puller Highway, Saluda, 23149. 06.19&06.26.14

ASSISTANT MANAGER RETAIL SALES PROFESSIONAL FULL TIME POSITION OPEN FOR A DETAIL-ORIENTED, OUTGOING, PROFESSIONAL, AND ENERGETIC TEAM MEMBER WITH A FLAIR FOR ART OR FASHION. OPPORTUNITY TO CROSS TRAIN AT TWO LOCATIONS – OBJECTS IN IRVINGTON AND WEEKENDS IN KILMARNOCK AND BE PART OF THIS GROWING TEAM. EXCELLENT SALARY & BENEFITS PACKAGE. A BACKGROUND IN RETAIL SALES IS ESSENTIAL FOR THIS POSITION. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO WORK SATURDAYS THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. IF YOU’D LIKE TO BE PART OF BUILDING THIS TEAM, PLEASE EMAIL RESUME, REFERENCES, POSITION DESIRED, AND SALARY HISTORY TO [email protected]

MIDDLESEX COUNTY WETLANDS BOARD

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 28.2-1302.6 of the Code of Virginia that a public hearing will be held by the Middlesex County Wetlands Board on Tuesday, July 8, 2014 at 9:00 AM to consider the following: 1. Wetlands Application # 2014-0456 0RGLÀFDWLRQ  submitted by Michelle Meredith on behalf of Ralph T. Bullock. The previously approved request is to Dredge an area 25'x25'x3' deep, approximately 69 cu.yds of sand.The north,west & south sides of the dredge will be sloped on a 2:1. Install a 34' x 3' low SURÀOHMHWW\ZDOO6DQGWREHSXPSHGWRDGXPSWUXFN then moved to approved upland dump site within the :HWODQGV%RDUG·VMXULVGLFWLRQ7KHDSSOLFDQWZLVKHVWR modify the material removal method from pumped to a PHFKDQLFDOPHWKRG7KHSURSRVHGSURMHFWLVORFDWHG on Montgomery Cove, at Tax Map Parcel # 41-105 & 41-105D. 2. Wetlands Application # 2014-0617 submitted by Angler Environmental on behalf of Virginia Power c/o Nadiah Younus. This request is to Install new hardware on an existing electrical towers along Transmission OLQHVDQGWKHSURMHFWZLOOLQYROYHWKHSODFHPHQW of two temporary timber mat crossings and one temporary stream crossing within the Wetlands %RDUG·VMXULVGLFWLRQ7KHSURSRVHGSURMHFWLVORFDWHG on Piankatank River, at Tax Map Parcel # 36-9. 3. Wetlands Application # 2014-0656 submitted by Coastal Marine Consulting on behalf of Bland Point HOA c/o Jere Dennison. This request is to Install a 5' x 30' pier with 16' x10' "L" and step down from the EDQN ZLWKLQ WKH :HWODQGV %RDUG·V MXULVGLFWLRQ 7KH SURSRVHGSURMHFWLVORFDWHGRQ0RRUH&UHHNDW7D[ Map Parcel # 45-8-30A. 4. Wetlands Application # 2014-0729 submitted by Mid-Atlantic Resource on behalf of Michael and Anna Parker. This request is to Construct approximately 215 linear feet of Class I quarry stone revetment. Site to be accessed from the upland with no clearing or grading UHTXLUHGZLWKLQWKH:HWODQGV%RDUG·VMXULVGLFWLRQ7KH SURSRVHGSURMHFWLVORFDWHGRQ+XQWLQJ&UHHNDW7D[ Map Parcel # 40-109-5. 5. Wetlands Application # 2014-0766 submitted by Middle Peninsula Marine Construction on behalf of Thomas Harris. This request is to Replace an existing bulkhead in the same footprint. New bulkhead to EHXSWR LQOHQJWKZLWKLQWKH:HWODQGV%RDUG·V MXULVGLFWLRQ 7KH SURSRVHG SURMHFW LV ORFDWHG RQ Piankatank River, at Tax Map Parcel # 44-2-16. 6. Wetlands Application # 2014-0807 submitted by Mid-Atlantic Resource on behalf of Linwood & Patsy Loving. This request is to Construct approximately 250' quarry stone revetment with minimal clearing along waters edge to construct the revetment. within the :HWODQGV%RDUG·VMXULVGLFWLRQ7KHSURSRVHGSURMHFW is located on Urbanna Creeek, at Tax Map Parcel # 27-1 & 2. 7. Wetlands Application # 2014-0825 submitted by Robert E. Lewis on behalf of Betty Pruden. This request is to Construct 143 linear feet of riprap revetment channelward of existing deteriorating bulkhead located in Robinson Creek within the :HWODQGV%RDUG·VMXULVGLFWLRQ7KHSURSRVHGSURMHFW is located on Robinson Creek, at Tax Map Parcel # 19F-1-10. The Wetlands Board meeting will be held in the Board Room of the Historic Courthouse, 865 General Puller Highway, Saluda, VA, 23149. All interested persons are encouraged to attend to present their views concerning this application. A copy of this application is available for public inspection at the Department of Planning and Community 'HYHORSPHQW:RRGZDUG%XLOGLQJQGÁRRU6DOXGD9$ RXUWHOHSKRQHQXPEHULV   06.19&06.26.14

B6 • Southside Sentinel • Urbanna, Va. • June 26, 2014

CEDAR POINTE - URBANNA

Mas n Realty, Inc.

Back on market! Beautiful 3 BR, 2 BA home /gas FP, 2 car garage, breezeway, 2 porches... Lovely neighborhood! Open kitchen, great room, den & bonus room. 1.35 acres. Water Access. Central water/sewer, paved roads. Estate Sale. NOW $245,000

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Aspen Grove Farm – New Kent 85.89 acres with 42± farm land and 877' on Holly Fork Road... Great for horses or family compound........$350,000

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Urbanna Harbour/ Urbanna Creek Large

BR and BA... Screened porch and deck overlook pond... Bar and dining area... Yacht club/ pool.............$449,950

2.5 ac Montague Island lot. Unrestricted.

Christchurch

Proposed construction... 3-BR, 2-BA raised Ranch, attached garage... Bonus room... On 2½ wooded acres............$219,900

$15,000

Call Zani Autry (804) 512-8350 Mason Realty - Urbanna w w w. m a s o n r e a l t y. c o m

Topping

Unique home on 1.6 acres of SULYDF\ :RRG ÀRRUV deck off DR, plus observation deck in a nature area....$139,900

Kilmer’s Point 4 BR, 3½ BA, 40' river room... Garage... Rip-rap shore, pier... Water views from every room.....$749,000

King & Queen 110

acres, hunting deer, birds & waterfowl... Nearly 100 acres of timber... Plus hunter's cabin...........$234,950

Rappahanock River Split-level home, 2½ BA on 2¼ acres... Wide sand beach, pier, sun deck.............$579,000

Hartfield Area Re-

stored home... Heart SLQH ÀRRUV XSGDWHG kitchen... Walk-in pantry... Basement... Barn... On 2¾ acres..$174,900

Dutton 2,600 SF and

master with private LR... ò %$ 2I¿FH JDUDJH with game room... Pool, deck, porch... On over 2¼ acres......$289,000

Marvin Mason . . . . 815-8391 Steve Darman . . . . 815-2036

2 decks... Super views of Urbanna Creek and the River... Pool, sand beach, pier and boat ramp...........$365,000

Whitings Creek Wood ÀRRUV /DUJH PDVWHU BR with tiled BA... 2 ¿UHSODFHV 7LOH DQG copper roof... 2-car garage... PIER...$539,500

Piankatank

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3 BR, 2 BA, 3,200 SF... Fireplace... LamiQDWHFDUSHW ÀRRUV Heat pump... Boathouse, lift......$424,900

Irvin R. Shackelford . .815-8400

Eric Johnson . . . . . 815-8374 Craig Hall. . . . . . . . 815-8494

Urbanna Condo with

Realtors and Appraisers

Jean Darman . . . . . 577-7083 Zani Autry . . . . . . . 512-8350 Bill Kallam . . . . . . . 832-1024

R. D. Johnson II . . . 815-8320

Ann Powell . . . . . . . 338-1773

Walter Lawson, Jr. . 832-9109

Carolyn Bailey . . . . 366-2554

758-5372 Urbanna

758-2777 Saluda

776-9295 Deltaville

For access to all listings in this area search at www.masonrealty.com

Middlesex County Public Schools (MCPS) has recognized C&F Bank as the recipient of the Navigation 2020: Community Partnerships Award for the 2013-14 school year. Above, from left, are Dr. Thomas Taylor, MCPS Superintendent, Lauren Radabaugh, Treasury Solutions Consultant at C&F Bank, and Elizabeth Faudree, Branch Manager of the C&F Bank Cooks Corner location.

School system honors C&F Middlesex County Public Schools (MCPS) has recognized C&F Bank as “Navigator of the Year” with the Navigation 2020: Community Partnerships Award for the 2013-14 school year. C&F Bank was recognized for sustaining community partnerships that improve student learning. The Navigation 2020: Community Partnerships recognition honors those that enhance the community by fostering strong relationships with parents, business leaders, community members, and civic organizations in active partnership to support student

achievement. C&F Cooks Corner Branch Manager Elizabeth Faudree said, “It is a privilege to support the Middlesex County Public School System and wonderful to work for an organization that promotes community service. C&F Bank is an active member in the communities we serve and we demonstrate that in a program we call, ‘C&F Gives Back.’ This program is focused on promoting volunteerism and encouraging C&F employees, customers and shareholders to make a positive impact in the communities we live and serve.”

275 Red Hill Drive, Urbanna Beautiful home located just outside the town in Laurel Farms Subd. Built in 1995, 1,696 sq. ft., 3 BR, 2½ BA. Great condition with lots of recent upgrades. Includes a whole house generator, paved drive, fenced rear yard, two car garage. 1.339 acres…… Reduced to $245,000. Seller will pay $3,000 in closing costs! King & Queen – 86 acres of wooded land with a privately owned fully stocked pond, great ÀVKLQJ DQG KXQWLQJ LQFOXGHV D small cottage, divided into seven parcels. Close to Gloucester Co. line just off Rt. 33. $325,000

Kim S. Williams

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(804) 785-3303

Voter registration drive training offered Beginning on July 2, 2014, the Department of Elections and local general registrars will begin conducting voter registration drive training mandated by § 24.2-416.6. The law requires individuals or groups requesting 25 or more voter registration applications from the Department of Elections or local voter registration offices to register and receive State Board of Elections-certified training for conducting voter registration drives. The training will cover topics including best practices for completion of the voter regis-

tration application, maintaining the integrity of the voter registration process, prohibited activities, important deadlines for submission of completed applications, and laws protecting the privacy of applicants as well as information including the restoration of felon voting rights. While many groups and individuals completed the training last year, the Department requires certifications be renewed annually to ensure these groups and individuals are up-to-date on any changes to

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Donna Erwin, Broker/Owner

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 15.2-2204 of the Code of Virginia that a public hearing will be held by the Middlesex County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, July 1, 2014 at 7:00 PM to consider the following: 1. Ordinance Amendment 2014-01 initiated by John Koontz of Piankatank River Farms. This Text Amendment is for the purpose of allowing Indoor Aquaculture by Special Exception in the Village Community Zoning District, and by-right in both the General Business (GB) and Light Industrial (LI) Zoning Districts. 2. Special Exception 2014-01 submitted by Gail Cole. The request is for approval of a Special Exception to locate an Accessory Dwelling Unit in the Residential (R) Zoning District subject to the provisions of Section 15-22 of the Middlesex County Zoning Ordinance. The property for which the Special Exception is being VRXJKWFRQVLVWVRIVTXDUHIHHWDQGLGHQWLÀHG as Tax Map # 40-74-11. The property is located at 203 Sharon Hill Drive, Deltaville, Virginia in the Pinetop Magisterial District. The public hearing will be held in the Boardroom of the Historic Courthouse, 865 General Puller Highway, Saluda, VA 23149. Copies of this application are available for public inspection at the Department of Planning and Community Development, Woodward Building – 2nd Floor, 877 General Puller Highway, Saluda, VA 23149, telephone (804) 758-3382. All interested persons are encouraged to submit written comments or attend the meeting to present their views on this application. 06.19&06.26.14

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church Hermitage VBS kickoff is Sunday; VBS due July 6-11 Hermitage Baptist Church at Church View will host a Vacation Bible School (VBS) Kickoff and Family Fun Day on Sunday, June 29, from 3-5 p.m. Featured will be VBS pre-registration, games, bounce house, slide, food and fun. The event is free for all children. The theme of Hermitage Baptist Church’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) is “Agency D3, Decide Discover Defend.” While investigating at Agency D3, kids will col-

lect and log evidence about the life of Jesus. As special agents, they will examine eyewitness reports, physical proof, and Biblical accounts to uncover and defend the truth about who Jesus really is. It will be a week of fun. Children ages 2 through grade 12 are invited to the VBS at Hermitage Baptist Church July 6-11 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Hermitage Baptist Church is at 94 Wares Bridge Rd., Church View. For more information, call 758-2636.

Suffragan Bishop to lead worship at Christ Church On Sunday, June 29, The Rt. Rev. Susan Goff, Suffragan Bishop of the Diocese of Virginia, will conduct the 10:30 a.m. worship service of Holy Communion, deliver the sermon, and administer Confirmation at Christ Church Parish (Episcopal). According to Christ Church Rector Fr. Paul Andersen, Confirmation is “an adult affirmation of faith and commitment to Christ and his church made in fulfillment of promises made at baptism.” Fr. Andersen added that “as a bishop in our branch of the

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York River District Youth Choir to perform at Methodist churches Under the direction of founder Aaron Ward, the York River District Youth Choir (YRDYC), which is comprised of youth from the York River and Fredericksburg districts of the United Methodist Church, has shared the love of Christ with others, from their home base in Middlesex County to Russia and points in between. This year the choir traveled to New Jersey to work with “A Future With Hope,” an organization dedicated to rebuilding lives and homes devastated by Super Storm Sandy. After a week of mis-

one, holy, Catholic and apostolic church, Bishop Goff can document her consecration by other validly ordained bishops back through the centuries to the founding of the church by Christ himself. Thus the visit of one of our bishops underscores our connectedness not just to other “Episcopal churches” but to the universal church. We warmly welcome Bishop Goff.” Christ Church Parish is at Route 33 (Gen. Puller Highway) and Route 638 in Church of the Visitation on Christchurch, adjacent to Route 33 near Topping will Christchurch School. hold its 19th Annual Super Yard Sale on Saturday, August 2, from 7 a.m.-noon. Household and outdoor items in clean and working order are badly needed. Cars and boats also are accepted. Unfortunately, the church is no longer able to fun. Mornings were spent on accept clothing, large heavy repair projects, working with desks, furniture, exercise or children and older adults, and computer equipment. Forms other opportunities to serve. are available for tax credits. The choir’s program will The yard sale project chair consist of choral and instru- pointed out the many benmental music, dance, and efits to the community that visuals aimed toward challeng- are derived from the annual ing congregations to further sale. Substantial cash donainvolvement in missions. tions are made annually to This program is open to all local nonprofit community persons in the community. organizations. Past recipients There is no admission charge. have been the volunteer rescue An offering will be taken in squads, volunteer fire departsupport of missions and the ments, Middlesex Sheriff’s York River District Youth Auxiliary, Habitat for HumanChoir. ity, Middlesex County Music/ In Middlesex, the choir Drama Department, Hospice, also will perform at 1 p.m. on YMCA children’s program, Tuesday, July 1, at Clarksbury United Methodist Church in Deltaville; and at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 3, at Lower United Methodist Church in Hartfield.

Spring Hill to celebrate freedom Spring Hill Baptist Church in Cobbs Creek will celebrate America’s freedom on Sunday, June 29, with the salute of colors, Pledge of Allegiance, and a special message from Pastor Dr. Chuck McDaniel titled “Power of the King” (Matt 9:1-6).

and the Northern Neck Free Health Clinic. Merchandise left unsold from the yard sale is donated to the Cryer Center, Deltaville Rescue Squad thrift shop, Kings Daughters thrift shop, and Rappahannock General Hospital thrift shop, among others. “We believe that giving back to the community is the reason so many in the community participate in donating to the sale,” said the event chair. “As in the past, attending the sale is a fun and rewarding event. We have great merchandise that is offered at low prices. The annual sale is believed to be the largest in the area and is held on the church grounds under the protection of tents.” Also available will be tickets for the annual 50-50 cash raffle. Inquiries may be made to the church office (758-5160) on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

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Immanuel plans Bikers Blessing The trustees of Immanuel Baptist Church in Saluda will host their 4th Annual Bikers Blessing on Sunday, July 13, at 10 a.m. The public is invited to attend the service and the meal.

Concert set at Bethlehem The deacons, deaconesses and trustees of Bethlehem Baptist Church will have their annual program on Sunday, June 29, at 3 p.m. The “New Singing Disciples” from Richmond and Westmoreland coun-

Monday, June 30, Wesley United Methodist, Hampton, 1 p.m. Monday, June 30, Wellspring United Methodist, Williamsburg, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 1, Clarksbury United Methodist, Deltaville, 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 1, St. Luke’s United Methodist, Grafton, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 2, Kilmarnock United Methodist, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 3, Lower United Methodist, Hartfield, 7:30 p.m.

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District Youth Choir to perform at UUMC Saturday The York River District Youth Choir (YRDYC), a choir of youth from the York River District of the United Methodist Church, will perform on Saturday, June 28, at 7:30 p.m. at Urbanna United Methodist Church located on Marston Ave. The purpose of the YRDYC is to provide a way for the York River District Youth to fulfill the responsibilities as a district youth in a way that will help themselves, their churches, and their district. This purpose was carried out by doing hands-on work projects, sharing in Bible Study, getting to know the people with whom we work, worshipping together, rehearsing and having

sion work, the choir has returned to Virginia to tour and share its experiences and faith through song. The public is invited to support the YRDYC and share in its mission by attending one of its following worship services at area Methodist churches: Saturday, June 28, Urbanna United Methodist, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 29, Bellamy United Methodist, Gloucester, 10 a.m. Sunday, June 29, Bethany United Methodist, Gloucester, 7:30 p.m.

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Harmony Grove Baptist Church near Topping will present the children’s musical titled “I’m a Friend of God” on Friday, July 18. Music camp for the musical will begin on Monday, July 14, and continue through Friday, July 18. Children ages 1st grade through 6th grade (must have completed the 1st grade) are invited to participate. The cost of camp is $30. The deadline for registration is Thursday, July 3. For more information, contact C.J. Revere at 804-832-1234 or the church office at 758-5154.

The children will practice from 9 a.m.-noon. They will break for lunch (children should bring their own brown bag lunch and a drink will be provided) and then they will leave church and participate in a different activity each day—Monday, pool party; Tuesday, putt putt golf and ice cream sundae; Wednesday, bowling. On Friday all children will need to be at the church at 4 p.m. for dress rehearsal. Dinner will be provided and at 6:30 p.m. the children will perform the musical.

Fish fry is Saturday at Zoar Baptist Church Zoar Baptist Church in Deltaville is raising funds to reduce the principal on the note for its sanctuary reconstruction. A fish fry is a fun way to help raise funds and to open our doors to the community. The fish fry will be held in the church fellowship hall on Saturday, June 28, from 4:30-7 p.m. The menu will consist of fried catfish, cole slaw, baked beans, cornbread, dessert and a beverage. You can dine in or take out. Advance tickets are $10 for adults, and $5 for

children age 10 and under. Tickets at the door will be $12 for adults and $6 for children. A total of 200 tickets will be sold. Contact Rose Talbott at 804-776-7863 or the church office at 776-9502 for advance tickets. Zoar is on Route 33 between Ball Park Road and the DCA building/pool in Deltaville. “We welcome one and all and hope everyone enjoys an evening of good food and fellowship,” said Pastor John Snow. “The Lord has blessed us with a wonderful, supportive community.”

Literary Union plans youth event The Middlesex County Literary Union Session will meet Sunday, June 29, at 10 a.m. at Grafton Baptist Church in Hartfield. All parents, guardians, and Sunday school superintendents encourage all youth to come out on this day “because it is all about them.”

They will lead the program and a back-to-school picnic is planned following the session. All churches are asked to bring a $30 donation to help with the cost of the school supplies, and each church should bring covered dishes to the picnic.

California Baptist University’s singing ensemble “Light” will be in concert at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 2, at Urbanna Baptist Church. An ice cream social will follow the performance. Light is comprised of eight very talented students from the Collinsworth School of Music, whose mission is to minister through their music. This is one of two small singing groups from California Baptist University (CBU) that travels throughout the United States during the summer months to minister through their music at different summer camps and churches.

Dr. Ronald Ellis, president of California Baptist University, said, “Music is central to the mission of CBU. As a university committed to the Great Commission, we must reach people where they are. Our performance groups touch people through music and teach students to use music as an avenue of worship with mass appeal.” The public is invited to the concert. For more information regarding Light’s appearance, call Urbanna Baptist Church at 758-2720. The church is at 121 Watling Street in Urbanna. Visit www.calbaptist.edu/ musictv to view video footage of CBU’s music groups.

Weekley to lead UUFR service On Sunday, June 29, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (UUFR) Bob Weekley will present “It Doesn’t Take a Fortune to Make a Difference.” What would you do if you suddenly received an unexpected $100 in your pocket— with the condition that it be used to try and make a difference in someone’s life? Think it’s easy? In a recent service, Shirley Kinney and Bob Weekley handed out $100 bills, with such a condition, to 10 random people attending that service.

What did they do? This has been an exercise in creative giving. Several have already given their reports. On June 29, Weekley will interview four others—Cliff Schelling, Marge Rowden, Caroline Shifflett and Terrie Dustin. They will share their thoughts on how even a small amount can make a difference in people’s lives. The UUFR meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at 366 James Wharf Road in White Stone. Coffee and refreshments will follow the service.

‘Art Speaks on the Bay’ show opens Saturday The Bay School Community Arts Center in Mathews will present Virginia artists in its second annual juried art show at the Art Speaks Gallery at the Bay School. “Art Speaks on the Bay” will run from Saturday, June 28, through Friday, July 18, and will open with a reception and awards presentation on June 28 from 4-7 p.m. The public is invited to attend and many of the exhibiting artists will be there as well. The Bay School is at 279 Main Street in Mathews Court House. The show will include 84 pieces of two-dimensional and three-dimensional artists, exhibiting the works of 70 artists from across the state. One hundred and twenty artists with 328 artworks entered the juried competition, presenting a diverse and inspiring collection of art in over twenty media. Jurors Chuck Scalin and Mim Golub Scalin were impressed with the excellent work entered and made an effort to include the best

of all of the mediums, styles and directions submitted by the artists. At the opening reception, the Scalins will award seven cash prizes and six honorable mentions. The pair will jury and judge independently and then bring their ideas together in a lively discussion to present unified choices. Chuck will explain their selection process during the awards ceremony. More than a third of the artists selected for this prestigious juried show are from the Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck. Many more are from the greater Hampton Roads and Richmond areas, with several artists from the Blue Ridge Mountains and Northern Virginia completing the list. This event was started last year as a collaboration between the Bay School and the Mathews Art Group (MAG), which has since dissolved. For more information about Art Speaks on the Bay and the Bay School Community Arts Center, visit http://bayschoolarts.com or call 804-725-1278.

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