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The County Times

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Leonardtown Native Happy to be Pitching


Morse Continues Pro Career with Blue Crabs
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer When Bryan Morse began his professional baseball career back in 1999, he certainly did not foresee that he would eventually be pitching for a team in his home area. The only team around here back then was the Bowie Baysox, recalls Morse, a 1995 Leonardtown High graduate and starting pitcher for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs. Im really excited to be here. Morse, who is residing in Leonardtown during this season, picked up his first home win Friday evening since signing with the Blue Crabs a few weeks ago. He went 5 1/3 innings, striking out six batters and allowing just four hits and one earned run as Southern Maryland defeated the Lancaster (Pa.) Barnstormers 74 at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf. Morse was pitching on an extra days rest due to a rainout in what was to be his first home start against the Bridgeport Bluefish two weeks ago. He used that extra day to his advantage Friday. [The rainout] mightve been a blessing in disguise, he said of his delayed home debut. I felt really good mentally and physically, wanted to keep my defense on their toes, get them in the dugout so they could score some runs. He hit his spots and had good command of his pitches, Blue Crabs pitching coach Andre Rabouin said. Thats how he has to pitch to be effective. Coming off of shoulder surgery this past January, Morse was released by Brockton of the CanAm league and spent a good part of the season rehabbing the injury before joining the Blue Crabs in July. Rabouin feels Morse has been a hard working and quick study ever since. Bryans a veteran, hes been around the mill a little bit, Rabouin See Morse page B-2

Dew Drop Advances in Last At Bat


Sub Matisick Comes Through in the Clutch

Photo Courtesy of somdbluecrabs.com

Leonardtown native Bryan Morse picked up his second win since joining the Blue Crabs, his first at home with a 7-4 victory Friday over Lancaster.

Just Us Bats Come Alive In Win


King, Lyles Spark Victory Over CCE
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer GREAT MILLS Fresh off of a state tournament championship triumph in Ocean City, MD this past weekend, Just Us continued to slug their opponents into submission, coasting to a 19-4 five-inning victory over Chesapeake Custom Embroidery in St. Marys County Womens Softball League action at Chancellors Run Park Monday night. The girls kinda start off slow the first time up, said co-manager Lamont Saxon, but the second time around, they come together and start to hit. It actually took until the bottom of the fourth inning for Just Us (who improved their league record to 15-3) to get the bats going, but trailing by a 4-1 margin, they began spraying the ball all over the field, taking the lead for good on a Karen Camp RBI single at 5-4. Just Us would score 13 more unanswered runs to cruise in with the win, with a solo homer by third baseman Robin Pettit with one out in the bottom of the fifth as the capper. We won that tournament in Ocean City and we just brought it back with us, said center fielder Angelita King, who tripled twice and drove in two runs for Just Us. We knew they were going to get their bats going, said Chesapeakes Pizzel Keen. We just didnt hit with them. They brought their A game tonight. Chesapeake, who dropped to 13-6 in 2008, started off well, taking the lead with a three-run second inning and capitalizing on two Just Us errors in the field. Lois Taylor See Just Us Softball page B-2

Devon Knott of All American Harley Davidson reaches out and slaps a hit in last Thursdays Young Mens Softball First Round Game.

Photo By Chris Stevens

By Chris Stevens Staff Writer GREAT MILLS After two weeks off due to tournaments in other parts of the state, the highly competitive St. Marys County Young Mens Softball first round series between All-American Harley Davidson and Dew Drop Inn reached its conclusion at Chancellors Run Park. And what a conclusion it was. After surrendering a seven-run lead and trailing by two going into their last at bat, Tom Matisicks RBI double gave Dew Drop an 18-17 win in the game as well as the series by a two games to one margin. With the win, Dew Drop advanced to a best-of-five second round series with regular-season champion Straight Cuts Lawn Services, which kicked off Friday night. We had a deep bench tonight, said Dew Drop co-manager Dale Farrell of one of the rare times that the team had all players present and accounted for this season. We used everybody we could and everybody on this team can play. See Dew Drop Softball page B-3

Photo By Chris Stevens

Chesapeakes Stacy Ben fouls off a pitch during Monday evenings Womens Softball game.

Section B - 

The County Times

Thursday, August 14, 008

Morse
Continued from page B- said. [Blue Crabs manager] Butch Hobson knew him before; hes easy to work with, a good worker, and he knows how to pitch. Before he was throwing fastballs, Morse was kicking around soccer balls, starting at the age of five in the St. Marys County soccer leagues. It was at eight years old that he discovered baseball and a couple of vital points along with it. I found out I was better at it and enjoyed it more, so Ive stayed with it ever since, Morse said. After a stellar career at Leon-

Recreational and Youth League Sports Schedule 08/14-08/20/08


Co-Ed Indoor Soccer League A (All Games At Leonard Hall)
Thursday August 14th Dew Drop vs. XH Sports, 9:00 p.m. United FC vs. Mean Machine, 9:45 p.m.

ardtown High School and Charles County Community College (now known as the College of Southern Maryland), Morse then went to Mount Olive College in North Carolina for a season before being picked in the 24th round of the 1999 draft by the Florida Marlins. Morse pitched three seasons in the Marlins system before going the Independent League route, which is where hes had a lot of success. Like most pro baseball players, a trip to the Major Leagues is something that Morse thinks about, but not much, as hes committed to helping the Blue Crabs win. I just take it one day a time and keep working, he says. You just have to have an opportunity,

and hopefully it works out for the best. As for the Blue Crabs, who lead the Liberty Division of the Atlantic League by two games over the Long Island Ducks, Morse feels the team can continue to be successful as long they continue their recent hot play. The team has won seven of its last 10 games. You want to be the ones in the lead, not chasing somebody down, he said, adding that the key to the Blue Crabs success has been timely hitting and great pitching. We just have to keep playing like we are and working hard.

Just Us Softball
Continued from page B- singled home Amber Cutchember in the top half of the fourth to open up a 4-1 lead, but the Just Us onslaught began. We have to learn that we cant just score runs in one or two innings, we have to score every inning and not give the opposing team extra runs, Keen said. When you dig yourself a hole, its tough to get out of that. Leading the charge for Just Us was right fielder Yola Lyles, who drove in four runs, and Kings two triples, the second one scoring Gail Maddox and Anita Nelson ahead of her in the bottom of the fifth.

Co-Ed Indoor Soccer League B (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Thursday August 14th Green Door vs. Boas, 6:00 p.m. Old Crew vs. Lightning, 6:45 p.m. Lunatics vs. Turn Keys, 7:30 p.m. The Mix vs. V-22, 8:15 p.m. Naranja vs. Michelob Ultra, 10:30 p.m.

Photo By Chris Stevens

Mens Indoor Soccer League (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Tuesday August 19th Boas vs. Comets, 7:30 p.m. Shockers vs. STX, 8:15 p.m. Farfrumscorun vs. Johnson, 9:00 p.m. Team Nefarious vs. Blue, 9:45 p.m.

Aggie Lloyd of Just Us follows through on a pitch against Chesapeake Custom Embroidery.

Womens Indoor Soccer League (All Games At Leonard Hall)


Tuesday August 19th Blue Meanies vs. Red Hots, 6:00 p.m. Black vs. White Tigers, 6:45 p.m.
Photo By Chris Stevens

Just Us Gail Maddox swings at a pitch as CCE catcher Claire Andrews looks on.

Its a little different from last year, King said of the recent Just Us hitting spree that has them chasing Bud Light for first place in Division I. Last year we started off really well and slowed down near the end. This year were hitting at the right time. Nobody can beat us when were hitting. Lyles feels that the team is a little more settled now that the league playoffs are set to begin in the next two weeks. Weve started to relax, she explains. We just play minute by minute. Lamont Saxon believes that his team can go as far as they want as long as they continue to work together. They just have to continue to playing like theyve been playing and work hard as a team, he says. Teamwork is the most important thing.

SPECIAL NOTE:
For all youth and rec. league coaches and officials, if you would like the scores and standings from your respective leagues to be published in the County Times, contact Chris Stevens at 301373-4125 or at chrisstevens@countytimes.net.

Pax River Tryouts


Girls 12U - 10am 11am Girls 15U & 16U - 10:30am 12noon Fall League 2008 AAU BASKETBALL TRY-OUTS Sunday, August 17, 2008 at Carver Recreation Center $14 (AAU membership) non-refundable tryout fee
FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT SAVANNAH WEBB @ 301-247-3152 or @ savweb@msn.com http://eteamz.active.com/paxriversilverstars/

Photo Courtesy of Karen Camp

Just Us won the womens state tournament title in Ocean City August 3rd.

Location: John Lancaster Park - Willows Rd (Lexington Park) Date: 8/10/2008 & 8/17/2008 Time: 12 Noon 4:30 p.m. 10U & 12U Try-Outs: Noon-2:00PM 14U, 16U, 18U Try-Outs: 2:30-4:30PM
Please visit our website http://www.eteamz.com/SMOSPREYS or contact Ospreys President Jim Sewell at diam.jim@gmail.com

SOMD Ospreys Fast Pitch Softball Try-Outs

Photo By Chris Stevens

Claire Andrews leads a team conference after Just Us began their 18-run scoring streak that resulted in a 19-4 win.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

The County Times

Section B - 

From The Sports Desk


Sandlot Baseball Just A Childhood Memory Now
By Chris Stevens Staff Writer I couldnt help but let out a sigh of nostalgic proportions when I read an article in the Associated Press a couple of weeks ago about the presumed death of Sandlot baseball. While basketball was and always will be the love of my life (wow, what a single guy comment that was), my best memories as a child involve knocking on various friends and acquaintances doors on the weekends, hoping they would be up early enough to get to our designated field and play all day longor until our parents told us to come home, whichever came first. With the advent of youth travel leagues and overzealous land development, its easy to understand why sandlot baseball isnt the childhood treasure that it once was. Theres nowhere for the average kid to play, and at the risk of sounding Millennial isnt fair to those kids who just want to have fun and play a game they love. Out of my group of friends, cousins and associates that I played softball with, NONE of us played high school baseball, let alone went on to Major League stardom. And you know what? We were okay with that. We enjoyed playing the game as it was and hanging out with one another, even if things did get heated sometimes. Our field, a mass of brick and concrete surrounded by trees, wasnt exactly shaped like a diamond, so it led to many an argument over what was fair or foul. During one particularly heated game, one of my teammates absolutely socked a ball that for all I know might still be floating around in space somewhere. Those of us who were on base

at the time started heading for home plate (as a side note, we used nearby boulders and square-shaped rocks for our basesalong with the cement surface, the no-steal rule was easy to enforce) because we thought it was a home run, one that wouldve put our team ahead by two runs. Instead, the pitcher for the other team says as were rounding the bases, almost in a whisper, uh-uhfoul ball. It didnt go in front of that third tree on the right. So that began a two-hour argument amongst all involved parties about the legitimacy of the blast and it contained all sorts of obscenities and insults that surely wouldve gotten our preteen mouths washed out with soap if we our parents ever found out. I believe we solved the argument by of all things, flipping a coin, which wouldve taken about an hour and 59 minutes off of the time of the debate. Then again, maybe not. Knowing my group of friends the way I do, somebody wouldve felt the coin was flipped unfairly because it was by a member of the other team and vice versa, or it wasnt flipped high enough, the coin didnt go end over end and on and on it wouldve went. Yet and still, after all the name-calling, the preteen cursing and wasting a few hours of sunlight with our

Dew Drop Softball


Continued from page B- Before the drama of the seventh inning, Dew Drop came out strong, putting together five runs in each of their first two plate appearances. Designated Hitter Tater Hewitt led the charge, as he clubbed two home runs in the game, driving in six runs overall. Jeff Gas also collected four hits and scored two runs for Dew Drop. Despite home runs from Jamie Guy, Stevie Burroughs (both men cleared the fence twice in the series) and right fielder Devon Knott, Dew Drop held what seemed to be a secure 14-7 lead after the fifth inning when Harley manager Jim DeYuliis sought to fire his guys up, telling them that ten solid hits could win the series for them. Thats what we needed, thats what we had to do, DeYuliis said of the late rally that put Dew Drop on the ropes. We didnt hit all game, but we did hit when we needed to. After a four-run sixth inning closed the gap to four runs, Harley pushed six across in the top of the seventh, the go-ahead hit coming courtesy of pitcher Charlie Bassor, whose solid single into left centerfield scored Burroughs from second. We put the pressure back on them, DeYuliis said. We were able to get in front, we just couldnt hold on. After Dew Drop scored two quick runs in between a pop out to shortstop Guy, Matisick, who hadnt played all game, came in and lined a shot into right-center field that scored the game winner and sent DDI into the second round of the playoffs. Matisick said being a sub works to his advantage a little bit because you get to see play as it goes in front of you and you focus on the task at hand. With such a dramatic win propelling them into the next round, Dew Drop believes that winning in such a fashion will help them against a team that went 21-2 in the regular season. When you come back and win a game like, Matisick said, it boosts your confidence a lot. He also feels that Dew Drops post-season success comes from the bench players willingness to contribute and cheer on the starters. Dale puts out the best 11 players he can, and were a good bunch of guys, so we do what we can do to win. Farrell feels that with the depth, solid defense and time-

youthful angst, after the game ended, we all went to a corner store, bought some juice and snacks, and laughed and joked like we were not calling each other everything but a child of God earlier in the day. That sort of camaraderie can only come from unorganized sports, but when you put organization into certain things, when you try to mold and program kids to become athletic robots, thats when the fun is taken out of the game, and when something isnt fun anymore, children most definitely will not want to be bothered with it anymore. I refuse to say that organized sports youth is a bad thing, especially when managed and run correctly. However, therein lies the problem stage parents who believe THEIR special child should be starting at this position, who dont think someone elses kid is all that special or that certain children are receiving more playing time because the coach is a parent or a relative are contribute to the delinquency of youth athletes. Some children have egos beyond belief and really think theyre on their way to being the next Superstar because their parents have told them so and forced the kid to focus their energy on being the best among a group of kids when the general idea of league participation should be to have fun. Instead, children are programmed to be machines of hitting, running and throwing power while their emotions are pushed to the side with the age-old mantra GET TOUGH! Why are we asking grade school-age kids to get tough? Nothing about sports should be tough except the wait until the next time they get to play a game. I will say that having a competitive drive is certainly nothing to be ashamed of if anything it should be channeled properly so children can apply to all facets of their lives and not just sports. If we pushed our kids in the class-

room as much as we do on the field or on the court, we would have some world class doctors, lawyers, teachers and businessmen and businesswomen as well as athletes. Theres nothing wrong with setting goals, taking steps towards achieving and then achieving those goals. There is something wrong when kids are walking, talking and acting like professional athletes when they have yet to deal with the perils of junior high and puberty happening to them all in one fell swoop. Which is why the extinction of unorganized sports and playing for fun really hurts society, not just from an athletic perspective, but from a character-building one as well. A lot of adults that are my age - Ill be 27 on September 25th, you can send cards to the County Times office that really do believe that life is fair and everything is supposed to go their way because they say so and they want their way. That comes from being hyped up and being perceived as being better people than other kids because they were good at some sport or exercise that should have been just for fun and not to destroy and look down upon others. So as I mourn the death of sandlot baseball and other sports being played just for fun, I also mourn for the future. Obviously, if we dont know how to have fun and not take everything so seriously as children, then well be prone to making the same mistakes as adults, only to harshly find out that you cant always get what you want, despite what you were told when you were hitting home runs at will against lesser-talented kids. What do you think of this weeks edition of From The Sports Desk? Contact Chris at chrisstevens@ countytimes.net with your feedback.

Results From Potomac Speedway for Friday, 08/08/08


Late Models:
1. Kyle Lear, 2. Roland Mann, 3. Derrick Quade, 4. Sommey Lacey, 5. Mike Latham, 6. Joe Bounds, 7. Paul Cursey, 8. Barry Lear Jr, 9. Tommy Wagner, 10. Anthony Kincaid, 11. Chuck Cox, 12. Ed Pope, 13. Corey Hanson, 14. Jeremy Nichols, 15. Franny Stone, 16. Matt Morgan, (DNS) Ronald Cusic, Dale Smith

Photo By Chris Stevens

Harleys Charlie Bassor beats Dew Drops Dave Williams to the bag for an out in last Thursdays game.

ly hitting, Dew Drop will give Straight Cuts a run for their money. Well need base hits and good defense our defense has bean really great if we keep those two things together, we have a good chance, Farrell said.

Street Stocks: 1. Walt Homberg, 2. Chuck Bowie, 3. Kevin Cooke, 4. Kurt Zimmerman, 5. Wendy Jesmer, 6. P.J. Hatcher, 7. Jeff Helsel, 8. Donnie Smith, 9. Barry Williams Jr, 10. Kyle Nelson, 11. Billy Crouse, 12. Art Good, 13. Frankie Dove, 14. Bobby Lilly, 15. Scott Wilson, 16. Ben Oliver, 17. Mike Reynolds, 18. Jimmy Jesmer, 19. Jarred Collinson, (DNS) John Forsyth Modofied:
1. Rich Marks, 2. Brett Hamilton, 3. James Marshall, 4. Kelly Samuels, 5. James Snead, 6. Jjohn Ferguson, 7. Jack Folukes, 8. Russell Irwin, 9. Brandon Galloway, 10. Brent Bordeaux, 11. Joey Poleyo

Strictly Stocks: 1. Larry Fuchs, 2. Kyle Vantassel, 3. John Hardsity, 4. Bobby Meador,5. Jeremy Messick, 6. Ken Slieght, 7. Ray Bucci, 8. Rusty Jones, 9. J.T.Bowie, 10. Jimmy Jesmer Jr, 11. Zack Mattingly, 12. Mark Wroble, 13. Ray Hutchins, 14. Nabriel Guffey, 15. Tony Stone, 16. Ben Flerage, 17. Dale Simpson, 18. Justin Gilroy, 19. Jeff Block, 20. Justin Meador (DNS) Ronald Meador Hornets Results are un-official:
1. Buddy Dunagan,2. Nick Catena, 3. Jeff Block, 4. Chad Medina, 5. James Stone, 6. Mike Murray, 7. Truman Hancock, 8. Rob Hitt, 9. Vinnie Wroble, 10. Valeris Gariglano (DNS) James Stone

Photo By Chris Stevens

Photo By Chris Stevens

Dew Drops Cory Hayden makes contact.

Dew Drop Inns Jeff Gas crosses home plate to score a run early in last Thursdays deciding game of the best-of-three series.

Thursday, August 14, 2008

SMECO to Host 70th Annual Meeting Members to Elect Directors


Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) will host its 70th Annual Members Meeting on Wednesday, August 27, 2008, on the lawn at the Cooperatives Hughesville Headquarters. Registration begins at 3 p.m. and will end promptly at 7 p.m. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m., rain or shine. At the Annual Meeting, members will vote for candidates running for five available seats on SMECOs Board of Directors. In Calvert County, director Nancy W. Zinn is running for re-election to the one available seat. In Charles County, incumbent director John H. Bloom is running for one available seat. Director Daniel W. Dyer is running for re-election to the one available seat in Prince Georges County. Incumbent directors J. Douglas Frederick and Joseph V. Stone, Jr. and candidate Mary Ellen (Gilbert) Tancreto are running for two available seats in St. Marys County. All Co-op members, regardless of their county of residence, may vote for directors from all counties. Details of the meeting, along with candidate biographies, are published in SMECOs Annual Meeting Notice, which was mailed to members on July 28. The notice is also available on SMECOs Web site at www. smeco.coop. Customer-members who are unable to attend the meeting may request an absentee mail-in ballot before August 15, 2007. To request a mail-in ballot, call 1-888-440-3311, extension 4722, or fill out the online form at www.smeco.coop. Completed ballots must be returned by mail by August 27. All members who vote will be eligible to win a $35 credit to their SMECO electric bill; 50 winners

Property Tax Credit Approved for Sprinkler Systems


The Board of County Commissioners for St. Marys County adopted an ordinance in November 2007 requiring the installation of residential fire protection sprinklers in all new one- and two-family residential units served by public water. The County Commissioners approved an ordinance on August 5 allowing for a property tax credit for those not required to install residential fire protection sprinklers. Citizens voluntarily retrofitting their existing homes or voluntarily installing a sprinkler system in a new home are eligible for a onetime property tax credit, per the August 5 ordinance. Taxpayers may receive tax credit for the installation of a fire sprinkler system in a single family dwelling if the system is installed between February 1, 2008 and February 1, 2011. The amount of the tax credit for a new, single-family dwelling is $1500 and the amount of the tax credit for homeowners retrofitting existing dwellings is $2000. The amount of either tax credit may not exceed the amount of the net County property tax paid by the qualifying taxpayer. For more information on applying for the tax credit, call Harry Knight See Tax Credit page B-7

Operations Vice President of Operational Support Services Bob Metcalf and Group Vice President of Lexington Park Operations Diane Haderly of Sabres Lexington Park office welcome Glen Ives to Sabre Systems.

Capt. Glen Ives, USN Ret. Joins Sabre Systems, Inc.


Sabre Systems, Inc., a professional services company that provides worldwide technology, scientific and management services, extends an enthusiastic welcome to Captain Glen Ives, USN (Ret.), who joined the Lexington Park office as the Vice President of Aviation Programs July 7, 2008. Glen is one of the 250 employees who sit in the Lexington Park office, and one of the 600+ Sabre employees located in offices throughout the country. Glen will be responsible for Sabres strategic growth and management within the aviation community and beyond. His focus will be on the opportunities and direction See USN Captain Joins Sabre Systems page B-5

SMCM Senior Jeremy Hutchinson, Awarded First in PHRF A-O Class For 35th Annual Governors The Newtowne Cup Players Presents Yacht Neil Simons Race Plaza Suite
will be selected at random. Members must be present to win a grand prize. The four grand prizes include three U.S. savings bonds and one well-traveled SMECO vehicle. SMECO will serve free water, soft drinks, and ice cream from 3 to 7 p.m. to those attending the meeting. Hot dogs and nachos will be offered for sale, with proceeds to be donated to the Southern Maryland Chapter of the American Red Cross. EntertainSee Members Meeting page B-5 The Newtowne Players Present Neil Simons Plaza Suite, August 15-31 LEXINGTON PARK, MD Hilarity abounds in this portrait of three couples that have occupied Suite 719 at the famed Plaza Hotel in New York City. A suburban couple takes the suite while their house is being painted, and it turns out to be the one in which they honeymooned 23 (or was it 24?) years before. This wry tale of marriage in tatters is followed by the exploits of a Hollywood producer who, after three marriages, is looking for fresh fields. He calls a childhood sweetheart, now a suburban housewife, for a little diversion. The last couple is a mother and father fighting about the best way to get their daughter out of the bathroom and down to the ballroom, where guests await her. This classic three-act Neil Simon comedy was first presented on stage in 1968 and later made into a movie in 1970; its popularity hasnt waned since its first performance. The Newtowne Players will perform Plaza Suite Thursdays through Sundays, Aug. 15-31, 2008. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances start at 8 p.m.; Sunday shows begin at 3:30 p.m. Performances are held at Three Notch Theatre on 21744 South Coral Drive in Lexington Park, Md. Tickets are $15 for adults, $12 for students and senior citizens, and $10 for children. Thursday shows are $10 general admission. Light refreshments and beverages are also available for purchase at the theatre. A pre-show champagne reception will be held at 7 p.m. on opening night, Aug. 15. The Chamber Orchestra of Southern Maryland, In Concert (COSMIC) See Newtowne Players page B-5

St. Marys College of Maryland senior and skipper Jeremy Hutchinson, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, is joined by SMCM President Jane Margaret OBrien to receive Meridians first place award in the St. Marys College of Maryland Governors Cup Yacht Race A-O class.

Under a brilliant Milky Way, participants of the 35th St. Marys College of Maryland (SMCM) Governors Cup Yacht Race began to make their way down the Chesapeake Bay Friday night, August 1, ending at the shores of St. Marys City on Saturday, August 2. Minneapolis, Minnesota, skipper and SMCM senior Jeremy Hutchinson was awarded first place for his win aboard Meridian, a Taylor 40, in the PHRF A-O class, with a corrected elapsed time of 0/12:42:30.0. This is the first time in over a decade that a student boat has entered the Governors Cup Yacht Race, as well as the first time a student boat has won the A-O class, which is made up of the largest and fastest boats. Meridian was entered by the Colleges Off-Shore Sailing Club. It was a good race for us, said Hutchinson (09). We were fortuSee Yacht Race Winner page B-7

Thursday, August 14, 2008

The County Times

Section B - 

USN Captain Joins Sabre Systems


Continued from page B- of the Patuxent River area and will eventually extend to Sabre office locations throughout the country. His focus area will include not only the Navy but also the Department of Defense and other applicable civilian agencies. Glen comes to Sabre after having led a distinguished career with the United States Navy and with more than 15 years of top-level executive management experience. Most recently, he served as the Commanding Officer

at the Naval Air Station in Patuxent River, MD. Glen was responsible for overseeing the Research, Development, Test and Evaluation and Acquisition Center of Excellence, which included more than 22,000 professionals. Prior to this position, Glen served in a number of leadership positions including Director of Operations, Navy Region Naval District Washington; Vice Commander, Naval Air Warfare Center, Naval Air Systems Command; and Commanding Officer, Air Test and Evaluation Squadron One. Glen is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland and the United States Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.

Recreation & Parks to Sponsor NFL/ Pepsi Punt, Pass & Kick Competition
St. Marys County Department of Recreation & Parks is pleased to announce it will sponsor the NFL/Pepsi Punt, Pass and Kick Competition on Sunday, September 7, 2008. The competition will be held at Fifth District Park, located on Route 6, New Market Turner Road in Charlotte Hall, from 2 until 4 p.m. Boys and girls, ages 8 through 15 are eligible to compete; age is determined by current year ending December 31, 2008. Age categories are: 8/9, 10/11, 12/13 & 14/15. Local first place winners will advance to the Sectional Competition to be held in later October; Sectional winners will be invited to compete in the Redskins Team Championship to be held at FedEx Field in Prince Georges County. The top four Team Championship scorers from all the first place finalists in each age group will advance to the National Finals. These winners and their families will travel to the Finals at an NFL playoff game in January. Millions of kids in the U.S. and Canada have joined in the fun of the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick competition since it started in the 1960s. Any boy or girl 8 to 15 years old can compete for a chance at becoming a national champ. Its all-free! For more information on the Punt, Pass and Kick Competition, please contact Kenny Sothoron, Sports Coordinator, at (301) 475-4200 extension 1830 or visit the Countys website at http:// www.co.saint-marys.md.us/ recreate/specialevents.asp.

DAU Mid-Atlantic Community Support


The Defense Acquisition University Mid-Atlantic Region campus is expanding its reach into the local community. Ms. Barbara Eddy, Principal of Lettie Marshall Dent Elementary School in Mechanicsville, Maryland, and her staff recently hosted Mr. Duane W. Mallicoat, DAUMAR Acquisition / Program Management Department Chair, as part of the 2008 Principal for the Day Program. The program allows for local businesses and academic institutions to partner with St. Marys County local schools by shadowing the school principal for a day. On behalf of DAU, Mr. Mallicoat presented a Letter of Appreciation to Ms. Eddy and staff on 30 May 2008. The hopes are that the next phase will be for the local businesses and academic institutions to host school principals so they can see the opportunities offered from local businesses and academic institutions.

Bluegrass Gospel Concert


New Song Coffee House on the square in Leonardtown will host a CD release concert of the Bluegrass Gospel Express. The concert will be held in the Leonardtown Church of the Nazarene fellowship hall at 7 p.m. on Friday August 15th. Further information contact Pastor Tim 301-475-1919 or Jerry 301-373-8370.

Riverview Restaurant to Open at Wicomico Shores Golf Course


The Riverview restaurant at the newly renovated Wicomico Shores Golf Course Clubhouse will be opening soon and is now taking reservations for events. The Riverview is a fine dining restaurant and includes bar and grill services for the golfing public, and banquet facilities for business meetings, events, weddings and receptions. The restaurant will be open daily from 11 a.m. until 8:30 p.m. and the menu includes a variety of choices and specials such as crab cakes, salads, sandwiches, pasta entrees and a kids menu. Custom menus are available for banquets and receptions that fit many styles and budgets. A fully stocked bar includes a generous selection of Maryland wines and wines from some of the worlds best grape growing regions. The banquet room is a spacious facility overlooking the Wicomico River and the golf course with seating capacity for 175 people. The new facility also offers statePhoto Courtsey of Defense Acquisition University Mid-Atlantic

of-the-art audiovisual equipment for corporate meetings. Jay Morgan is the food, beverage and banquet operations manager at the Riverview. He brings over 25 years of food service management experience to this new facility at Wicomico Shores, located 14 miles north of Leonardtown on Aviation Yacht Club Road in Chaptico. For more information on the Riverview restaurant or to plan your next company event, reception or family gathering, contact Jay Morgan at (301) 884- 4601. A ribbon cutting to officially open the new facility is being planned for September. For information about the Wicomico Shores municipal golf course and to view photos of the Riverview restaurant and menus, log on to www.smarysmd.com. Click on Recreations and Parks under the Services box, then click on Golf Course.

Mr. Duane Mallicoat presents a Letter of Appreciation to Ms. Barbara Eddy, staff and students of the Lettie Marshall Dent Elementary School.

AAU Basketball Tryouts


Girls 12U - 10 11 a.m. Girls 15U 16U - 10:30 a.m. - 12noon Fall League 2008 AAU BASKETBALL TRYOUTS Sunday, August 17, 2008 at Carver Recreation Center $14 (AAU membership) non-refundable tryout fee FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT SAVANNAH WEBB at 301-247-3152 or savweb@ msn.com http://eteamz.active. com/paxriversilverstars/

Wedding

Newtowne Players
Continued from page B- Flute Choir will perform in the lobby prior to the show and during intermission. Teacher appreciation night will be held Aug. 16. Teachers

will receive a $3 discount; discounts will be taken at the door by showing school ID. Reservations are recommended. Please make reservations for the show by calling 301-737-5447 or visiting www.newtowneplayers.org. Plaza Suite is produced by special arrangement with Samuel French Publishing Inc.

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Members Meeting
Continued from page B- ment will be provided by the Country Memories band from 5:45 to 6:45 p.m., and SMECO personnel will conduct a Hot Line demonstration at 6 p.m. to educate customers about electricity and safety. Representatives from local

energy assistance agencies will have information available. Co-op trucks and other apparatus will be on display, and customers can enroll in SMECOs new CoolSentry program until the meeting begins at 7 p.m. For more information about SMECOs Annual Members Meeting, visit the Cooperatives Web site at www.smeco.coop.

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Recipes
Baked Crab Rangoon
From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 4 oz. (1/2 of 8-oz. pkg.) PHILADELPHIA Neufchatel Cheese, softened 1/4 cup KRAFT Light Mayonnaise 1 can (6 oz.) white crabmeat, drained, flaked 2 green onions, thinly sliced 12 won ton wrappers Directions 1. PREHEAT oven to 350F. Mix Neufchatel cheese, mayo, crabmeat and onions. 2. SPRAY 12 (2-1/2-inch) muffin cups with cooking spray. Place 1 won ton wrapper in each cup, allowing edges of wrapper to extend above side of cup. Fill evenly with crabmeat mixture. 3. BAKE 18 to 20 min. or until edges are gold-

Easy Baked Manicotti


From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 2 cups spaghetti sauce, divided 1 egg, lightly beaten 1-3/4 cups POLLY-O Original Ricotta Cheese 1-1/2 cups KRAFT Shredded Mozzarella Cheese 1/2 cup KRAFT Grated Parmesan Cheese 1/4-cup pesto 12 manicotti shells, cooked, rinsed in cold water Directions 1. PREHEAT oven to 350F. Spread 3/4 cup of the spaghetti sauce on bottom of 13x9-inch baking dish. Mix egg, cheeses and pesto until well blended. Spoon cheese mixture into large resealable plastic bag. Using scissors cut off small hole from one of the bottom corners of bag. 2. FILL manicotti shells, one at a time, squeezing cheese mixture into both sides of each shell. Place manicotti over sauce in baking dish; pour remaining 1-1/4 cups spaghetti

en brown and filling is heated through. Serve warm.

Mildreds Sour Cream Pound Cake


From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 3 cups flour 1/4 tsp. baking soda 1-cup (2 sticks) butter 3 cups sugar 6 eggs 1 cup BREAKSTONES or KNUDSEN Sour Cream 2 Tbsp. vanilla Directions 1. MIX flour and baking soda. Beat butter and sugar in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until light and fluffy. Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating well after each addition. 2. ADD flour mixture to sugar mixture, alternately in thirds with sour cream, beating well after each addition. Add vanilla; mix well. Pour into greased 10-inch tube or 12-cup fluted tube pan. 3. BAKE at 325F for 1 hour 20 minutes or

sauce over manicotti. Cover with foil. 3. BAKE 40 min. or until heated through.

Grasshopper Pudding Pie


From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 4 FAMOUS Chocolate Wafers, divided 1-1/2 cups cold fat-free milk 1/4 tsp. peppermint extract 1 pkg. (1 oz.) JELL-O Pistachio Flavor Fat Free Sugar Free Instant Reduced Calorie Pudding & Pie Filling 2 cups thawed COOL WHIP Sugar Free Whipped Topping 1 square BAKERS Semi-Sweet Chocolate, chopped Directions until toothpick inserted near center comes out clean. Cool in pan on wire rack 10 minutes. Remove from pan. Cool completely. 1. CRUSH 2 wafers; sprinkle onto bottom of 9-inch pie plate sprayed with cooking spray. 2. BEAT milk, extract and pudding mix with whisk 2 min. Stir in COOL WHIP and chopped chocolate; spread into pie plate. Top with remaining wafers, cut into quarters. 3. FREEZE 6 hours or until firm. Remove pie from freezer 10 min. before serving; let stand

at room temperature to soften slightly before cutting to serve.

Grilled Pork Chops with Green Beans and Rice


From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 6 Tbsp. KRAFT Italian Dressing 2 Tbsp. apricot jam or preserves 4 bone-in pork chops (about 1 lb.) 1-1/2 cups instant white rice, uncooked 2 cups green beans, trimmed 1 can (14-1/2 oz.) chicken broth Directions 1. PREHEAT grill to medium-high heat. Mix dressing and jam with wire whisk until well blended. Brush 2 Tbsp. dressing mixture on chops. Let stand 10 min. 2. MEANWHILE, place rice in center of sheet of heavy-duty aluminum foil; top with beans. Drizzle with 2 Tbsp. dressing mixture. Bring up foil sides to form a bowl. Gradually pour chicken broth and remaining 2 Tbsp. dressing mixture over beans. Double fold top ends to seal packet, leaving room for heat circulation inside.

Flavor Infused Cream Cheese Nibbles


From kraftfoods.com Ingredients 1 pkg. (8 oz.) PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese 1/2 cup KRAFT Sun-Dried Tomato Dressing 2 cloves garlic, sliced 3 small sprigs fresh rosemary, stems removed 6 sprigs fresh thyme, cut into pieces 1 tsp. black peppercorns Peel of 1 lemon, cut into thin strips Directions 3. PLACE chops and foil packet on grate of grill. Grill packet 15 min. or until most of the liquid has been absorbed. Let stand 5 min. Grill chops 20 min. or until cooked through. 1. CUBE cream cheese into about 36 pieces. Place in 9-inch pie plate. 2. ADD remaining ingredients; toss lightly. Cover. 3. REFRIGERATE at least 1 hour or up to

24 hours. Serve with crusty bread, Nabisco Crackers or pita chips.

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Democratic Club Meeting


The St. Marys Democratic Club will meet on Monday, August18 at 7 p.m. at Petruzzis Restaurant in Wildewood Shopping Center. Come early for pay-as-you-go dinner and enjoy pre-meeting discussion. Call Cindy at 301-737-7978.

St. Marys County Department of Recreation and Parks Announces New Program
Ladies Learn Football 101
The Board of County Commissioners, through the Department of Recreation & Parks, invites the public to register for Ladies Learn Football 101. Hey Ladies: Are you tired of your guy spending the whole weekend in front of the television, ignoring you because the big game is on? Are you tired of not being able to participate in around the water cooler sports chats at work? Have you ever asked questions about sports, only to become confused once you received the answer? Have you ever gone to your childs game and was oblivious as to what was happening? Are you the only person in your circle that is clueless when it comes to sports? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions then its time to EVEN THE SCORE!! EVEN THE SCORE is a dynamic organization that was designed to bridge the gap between women and sports by placing them in a relaxed, social atmosphere that is conducive to learning. Through the use of innovative games and creative trainings women are armed with the knowledge and confidence they need to comfortably converse with others about sports. With EVEN THE SCORES help, women everywhere can impress significant others, colleagues, counterparts, family and friends with their knowledge of sports. The first six weeks will focus strictly on football.

Tax Credit
Continued from page B- at 301-475-4200 ext. 1560. Maryland law requires sprinklers in all new multifamily houses and townhouses. Residential sprinkler systems save lives, said Thomas Mattingly, County Commissioner. Increased use of sprinkler systems in

other communities has resulted in saved lives of both firefighters and residents. I encourage our citizens to learn more about the value of sprinkler systems and seriously consider installing them in their current and next homes. For more information, log on to the US Fire Administrations website at www.usfa.dhs.gov.

Registration Information
Begins: Ages: Fee: Location: Wednesday, August 27, 2008 Ladies 18 and older $120 per person for six sessions Recreation & Parks main office in Leonardtown, M F, 8 a.m. 5 p.m.;

LIBRARY ANNOUNCEMENTS
Libraries visitors hit all-time high
The July visitor count at the three libraries hit a record all-time high with more than 70,000 visitors walking through the doors, an increase of 19% from July 2007. The total checkouts for the month, also the highest ever, were almost 120,000 items, an increase of 11% from last year. Totals for June reflected similar increases: 18% increase in visitors and 17% in checkouts. ness and explain how teens can become community leaders and help inform others at Leonardtowns TAG (Teen Advisory Group) meeting tomorrow night, Aug. 14 at 5:30 p.m.

Yard Sale
August 16, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Lexington Park - 22375 Three Notch Rd (Rt 235) all kinds of items including furniture! Benefits Bread of Life Center for Peace

Program Information
Days: Dates: Time: Location:

Tuesdays & Thursdays September 16 October 2 6:30 7:30 p.m. Leonard Hall Recreation Center

Please call Kenny Sothoron at (301) 475-4200 extension 1830 for more information.

Teen Writing Workshop offered

A free teen Writing Workshop is scheduled on August 18 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Lexington Park. Teen fiction author, Amber Lough, will conduct the workshop. Registration is required.

Yacht Race Winner


Continued from page B- nate to sail with Teddy Turner, Jr. He brought a lot to the team, really gave us some good advice and was an invaluable part of the team. As the A-O class underdog, Hutchinson was really pleased to win. Turner, a former member of the St. Marys College Board of Trustees, crewed aboard Meridian and was impressed with the skills of the collegiate sailors. I think its fantastic that a St. Marys team would win this race, said Turner, a Charleston, S.C., resident and son of the former Americas Cup champion of the same name. Turner also commented, It was an upwind race and fortunately (Meridian) happens to go upwind very well. St. Marys College of Marylands Sailing Team has won 13 national championships and produced more than 100 collegiate All-American sailors since 1991. The college has a long tradition of sailing, and sailing classes have been offered continuously since 1962. Hutchinson and crew on Meridian also won the Alumni Trophy. Participating alumni included Justin Bates (06), Colin Woods (05), Mark Allegrini (05), Walter Prause (99) and Tyler Keyworth (08). To be eligible

Leonardtown kicks off computer classes with Open House


Leonardtown will begin offering computer classes in September using wireless laptops in the meeting room. An Open House, scheduled from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sept. 2, will kick off the classes. Customers can drop in and try out the laptops as well as find out about upcoming classes. In October the laptops will travel to Charlotte Hall so classes can be offered at that branch. The laptops were purchased through the Laptop Lab Grant funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services through the Library Services and Technology Act.

One Maryland One Book, a statewide read is underway

Emergency Preparedness topic of Leonardtowns TAG meeting


A representative from Emergency Management will speak on emergency prepared-

The Maryland Center for the Book, a program of the Maryland Humanities Council, and the Maryland public libraries are sponsoring One Maryland One Book, the first statewide community read. This reading initiative is currently underway and will run through October. Ron Suskinds book, A Hope in the Unseen, is this years selected book. Copies of the book plus readers guides are available at the libraries. The countys discussions and activities including an evening with author Ron Suskind, a readers theater, and poetry open mic are scheduled in October. An online contest in which readers can enter to earn a chance to win a Creative Zen MP3 player is underway now and can be accessed by clicking on the One Maryland One Book icon at www. stmalib.org

for the Alumni Trophy, two or more members of the boats crew must be St. Marys College of Maryland alumni. The award is presented to the yacht with the highest percentage score, which is computed by dividing the number of boats defeated in a class by the number of boats registered in the same class. The Governors Cup Yacht Race is the oldest and longest overnight race on the Chesapeake Bay, running from Marylands current capital city to its first capital in St. Marys City. Approximately 134 boats were entered this year. The race began Friday, Aug. 1, at the entrance of the Annapolis Harbor and finished Saturday, Aug. 2, on the shores of St. Marys College of Maryland with a post-race party. The schooner Adventurer served as the start boat in Annapolis, with the Maryland Dove, a replica of a 17th-century square-rigger from Historic St. Marys City, as the finish boat at St. Marys College of Maryland. The Governors Cup was founded in 1973 by three St. Marys College of Maryland students with the support of then president Renwick Jackson. It has been sailed every summer since. The first race, held in 1974, attracted only 47 boats. The start gun was a sawed-off shotgun, and the start shapes were handmade out of cardboard boxes covered in plastic and beach towels.

Water rescue nets three theft suspects


On August 9, 2008 at approximately 9:50 a.m. a citizen reported observing a male subject floating on the waters surface with the aid of a styrofoam cooler in the area of Camp Merryelande Road in Piney Point. Deputies responded to the scene and requested the assistance of emergency medical services. Maryland Natural Resources Police, Ridge Volunteer Fire Department, Valley Lee Rescue Squad and Trooper 7 arrived on the scene and were able to rescue the first subject from the water safely and unharmed. Herbert Omar Fuentes-Barrios ,32, from Woodbridge ,Va. stated he and two other companions had stolen a canoe from a residence on Camp Merreylande Road at approximately 3:00 a.m., taking it out into the water. He advised the canoe capsized and he held on to the cooler until rescue personnel arrived. A search was then conducted for the remaining two persons by Trooper 7 who spotted the two subjects clinging to the overturned canoe approximately 400 yards from the campground. The subjects were rescued from the water by Boat 6 of the Ridge Volunteer Fire Department and were unharmed. The two suspects, Juan M. Vargas-Paredes, 32, and Ruben R. Solis, 32, both of Woodbridge, Va. were seen by medical personnel on the scene and released. The three subjects were

taken into custody, charged with theft over $500, unauthorized removal of private property and incarcerated in the detention center pending a hearing before the District Court Commissioner.

stolen property belonging to several victims. On August 10, 2008 Beach was located

and placed under arrest. He was subsequently charged with second-degree bur-

glary, three-counts of third degree burglary, theft under $100 and incarcerated in the

detention center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.

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Deputies investigate vehicle break-ins


On August 11, 2008 Deputy M. Boyer and Sdfc. B. Connelly responded to a report of several vehicles being broken into in the California area. While investigating the incidents Maryland State Police stopped a vehicle on Mervell Dean Road. The vehicle was found to contain items allegedly stolen from the vehicles being investigated by Connelly and Boyer. William A. Krell, 23, and Robert A. Krell, age 24, of both of Budds Creek Rd. in Charlotte Hall and Muneit M. Obrien, 19, of Waldorf were charged with theft over $500 and theft under $500. The three suspects were incarcerated in the detention center pending an appearance before the District Court Commissioner.

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Man arrested, charged for burglary


On August 9, 2008 deputies responded to the report of several burglaries to sheds in the area of Sue Dr. in Lexington Park. Investigation revealed Tracy Lee Beach, 36, of Sue Dr. had allegedly broken into several sheds and

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Borneos Proboscis Monkey


By Theresa Morr
Check out this weird looking dude. Big long arms. Big long legs. Big rounded tummy. But wait! Whats that funny looking thing suspended below its mouth? Its a.nose! Yep, that large pendulous fleshy schnoz belongs to the male Proboscis Monkey. Despite its humongous size, the nose has a practical purpose. When the monkey senses danger, or is excited or angry, its nose gets bigger and redder. And as the nose swells in size it becomes a natural sounding chamber. The monkeys loud honking noises become more intense, along with the nose standing straight out. Now picture that! Biologists think the bizarre looking nose has another purpose --- to attract the female of the species. It seems that the bigger the nose, the more attractive the male. In fact, the males nose can grow as much as seven inches long --- just more for the female monkeys to admire, whose own noses are petite and upturned. A single male monkey lives in a harem with around six females. Proboscis Monkeys have reddish-brown backs; orange colored shoulders; grayish limbs; and a long white tail. They live in small groups of about 12 to 30 members on the Indonesian Island of Borneo in South East Asia. The monkeys are mostly arboreal (live in trees) but are also amphibious (live on land and in the water). Borneos dense mangrove forests, swamps, and riverine forests allow the monkeys to have a blast climbing and swinging in trees; wading and swimming in the water; or just chowing down on a vegetarian diet of young, tender leaves, unripened fruit, seeds, and mangrove shoots. And its not unusual for the male to lift that big schnoz out of the way in order to get food into its mouth! Like deer and other ruminants, the monkeys digestive system is divided into compartments where food is fermented. And thats the reason for their barrel-like stomach. However, Proboscis Monkeys are not classified as true ruminants. Sometimes the monkeys seem almost human-like. They have been observed walking upright when wading in the water, with females carrying their young on their hip. They have also been known to walk upright in single file along forest trails. Only a few other

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mammals (the gibbon, a small ape, and the giant pangolin, a kind of ant eater) are known to use this form of locomotion for any length of time. Adult males weigh around 50 or so pounds, while females are about half that size and give birth to one baby at a time. In Borneo the monkeys are known as Monyet Belanda, which means Dutchman Monkey. The local people thought the early European traders to the region were hairy, with big noses and pot bellies. The word proboscis has several meanings, but in the monkeys case, it just means he has a very big nose. The monkey is threatened because of deforestation to its habitat. It is also on the Endangered Red List of Threatened Species since Borneo is the only place in the world where the Proboscis Monkey lives (there are only about 7,000 of them known to exist). You cannot see them in zoos in this country because their unique requirements would be impossible to duplicate. As an experiment several years ago, some monkeys were sent to a zoo on the island of Java, near Borneo. Sadly, most of them died because of the stress of living in captivity. To see this really cool monkey having a swinging good time in its natural habitat, check out http:www/Proboscismonkey.org.

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REAL ESTATE RENTALS
Spacious 4 bedroom 3 bath home with fresh paint and carpeting. Seperate entrance for 2nd living area, lots of room for storage, 2 decks and a covered porch. Pets on case-by-case basis! Master Bedroom has private bath and back yard secluded by woods. Well maintained home looking for caring tenants. Email Todd at toddloan@aol. com for information and/ or appointment. $1500. 4 Br/3bath Beautiful Horse Propery - Great with or without horses. 49526 Captains Court, Dameron -10 minutes south of NAS Patuxent River. 4 Acre farmette, 4 Bedrooms / 3 Full Baths large bedroom and full bath on ground level. Beautiful, quiet neighborhood perfect for horses, playing soccer, football or outdoor living. Two story Colonial with open floor plan, approx. 2500 square feet. Wood floors, upgraded fixtures, 9 ft Ceilings. Central Heat and Air (efficient heat pump with Gas Back-up). Two Car Garage and upstairs storage room. Huge yard with fenced backyard on traffic-free cul-de-sac. Large fenced pasture, 2 stall horse barn with water and electric for your horse or boat. 1 mile wooded trail to private beach on Chesapeake Bay for jogging, riding horses or crabbing. Reliable traffic free commute. 10 minutes to Gate 3 or St. Marys College. $1775/mo, available 1 August. 12 month lease minimum, No smoking, Lawn service available and comes with riding lawn mower. Horses allowed, well behaved pets negotiable. Call Eric or Jenny: (760) 608-7301 or (240) 434-1871. E-mail for pictures: ejholmberg@earthlink.net. Cozy cottage, adorable, very quiet/private on 2 acres, 2bd 1ba, w/d, very clean, interior has been completely repainted, new carpet and linoleum kitchen flooring, big storage shed, no smoking, pets negotiable, applicants by appt only, please contact Regina awh at 240.434.6530, dwh 301.757.9595. Price: $1290. Beautiful 3 bedroom 2 full bath single level home on a secluded lot off of Rt. 257/Mount Victoria Road to Mill Run Road. Home has large kitchen and large greatroom with cathedral ceilings, 1 car garage, deck. House is on a secluded lot with plenty of privacy,piece and quiet and very minimal traffic. $1500.00 monthly rent with a $1500.00 security deposit. Credit check required. Pets allowed with $500.00 security deposit. Please call Jennifer @ Actions Properties 301392-6200 or call Tammy @ 301-751-3233 to make an appintment to view this beautiful home. Available September 1st. his 2 story home has 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, loft, kitchen, dinning room, living room, wall to wall carpet, mini blinds 1 car garage/shed is located in Lusby. Please call Kim Guy @ (301)-475-6752 to preview your new rental. Price: $1,050.

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Very cute shabby chic semi- basement apartment! The apartment has many architectural features such as a crown molding, fireplace mantle and glass front storage cabinet. The apartment has windows that bring in a lot of light. The apartment has a private entrance and has to be seen to be appreciated. All utilities are included in the rent. Looking for a professional single person that does not smoke or have pets. Please contact Jani at 301-475-1811 or email me at tomandjani@ msn.com. Price: $1,000. Two bedroom Apartment. Utilities included. Combination washer/dryer - Direct TV. Thirty day lease required. No Smoking. $820. 301.872.4633. 2 bedroom apartment for rent. 1 large bath, washer/dryer, cable TV, trash dumpster. Utilities included. $950.00 month + deposit. No pets, no section 8, references required. Please call Billy 301-994-2908. STUDIO APARTMENT: Willows, Chesapeake Beach. Available immediately. Private Beach, Waterview, Fireplace, W/D, Full Kitchen, Private Entrance. $900.00 including utilities (except phone line). First months rent and security deposit required upfront. Call 410-535-1600 x2369 or 410-535-9373. Lovely basement apartment in White Sands community. This completely furnished apartment with its own entrane comes with all utilities including cable, electric, long distance phone, laundry. Sorry, no smoking or pets. Call for more details. 410-5869735. Price: $800. This large, light, twobedroom, one-bath apartment is located on C Street in Chesapeake Beach just half a block from the Bay. The apartment has a kitchenette (no stove, but microwave OK), washer/dryer, large living area and two good size bedrooms. Utilities included; cable TV is accessible and the unit has ample under-stairs storage. Driveway or onstreet parking is available. The apartment is two short blocks to shopping center, Rod-n-Reel Restaurant & Spa, short walk to Brownie Beach, and five minutes from the beach and boardwalk of North Beach. Rt. 2/4 is close; DC is about an hour drive; Annapolis and Solomons are commuting distance as well. This airy apartment will be available September 9. Security deposit is $1200. Monthly fee $1200. No smokers or pets please. Call (703) 543-6767. Second floor apartment in a very quiet building. Coin operated laudry onpremise. Storage space included in rent. Great location between Waldorf and Lexington Park. Close drive to Leonardtown, Mech. and Hollywood. Pets allowed (no snakes), without extra security deposit. Trash removal on premise. Price: $650. Please call 301.472.4881.

HELP WANTED
We are a small law firm practicing in criminal defense, workers compensation and personal injury. We are seeking an entry level, professional individual to join our team. This person must be able to type professional correspondence, be detail oriented, have reliable transportation, and be able to work Monday through Friday starting every morning at 9am. Interested parties should remit their resume to fifth_01@yahoo.com.

HELP WANTED
Seeking a commercial installer for Digital Phone, Video/HD and High Speed Internet in St Marys County. Must have at least 2 years of experience in the cable industry. Work will consist of MDU wiring; splice and activation of hardline and small office, home office installation. Bidders must be insured and bonded. Late model truck and tools are required. If interested, please email pscheller@met rocast. com for infomation.

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1999 Dodge RAM 1500. This van looks new and is in execellent mechanical condition. FULLY LOADED, ALL POWER. Seats 7, front and center bucket seats recline all the way, automatic rear couch converts into bed. Color TV/ VCR with DVD hook-up. Rear CD player with video game plug-ins. Rear speakers and headsets. Mood Lights, Front and rear heat and ac, front am/fm radio with CD player. Factory tinted privacy windows with blinds. New tires and full size spare, running boards, alarm system, and tow package.. Regular maintenance, just MD inspected, carfax vehicle history report, clear title. MUST SEE, NICE VEHICLE FOR THE PRICE. E-mail for pics or call 301-994-9115 to see. Price: $10,200 obo 1984 Scotts Dale Chevy Truck. Good, strong running, very reliable truck with a 305/V8. Has new battery, new brake pads & boosters all around, ps, pb, ac, auto trans, clear title and lots of new and like new spare parts. Engine is clean, has less than 50000 miles on rebuilt motor and trans. No Maryland inspected required due to age of vehicle but would not have any problems passing inspection if needed. Selling due to moving. E-mail for pictures, Must see. cyndi98@msn.com. Call 301-373-5469 or 301994-9115. Price: $700 CASH. This is a 2002 Ford Expedition XLT in great condition. Silver with Gray Leather Interior. It has 94k miles, 4dr, 4x4 Auto, Sunroof, Roof Rack, Running Boards Alloy Wheels, 3rd Row Seat, Power locks, Power driver seat.. DVD screen & CD system in dash and a DVD screen mounted on ceiling for passengers in the back. Seats 8 - Very well taken care of. Price: $11,500. If interested, please email cathya7@ comcast.net. 1999 Chrysler 300M. This car is in excellent condition we paid $3000 for it 6 months ago and the motor blew. Beautiful car well worth $1000 and all you need to do is get a motor. If interested, please call 301-866-5732. Seeking past or present customers or employees that have been inhured on IHOP property. Please call Karen at 240-434-3240.

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For sale is a 2005 YZ450F with new AMR racing bomber girl graphics, all black plastics by acerbis and also a black stock capacity tank by clark industries. New wheel and tires, sprockets, gold D.I.D chain. Full FMF powerbomb exhaust, jetted carb. Pro Action suspension. Tons of extra parts wheels, tires, sprockets, grips, oil and filters, etc... email for pics or any other info. 89questtsi@comcast.net. Bike located in Waldorf, MD. $2300.00 OBO. FOR SALE 2006 Yamaha YZ 450f Bike. Is very fast and runs great. Has alot of extras on it and is in great condition. Always taken care of, regular oil and filter changes and air filter. Selling due to wanting a different bike. Selling for $3500 obo and it is worth every penny. May consider a trade for a 250 2-stroke 05 or newer in same condition. Prefer Yamaha but will consider others. Email at Crashdummieinc@aol.com or call 240-577-5487. 2007 Honda Shadow Spirit 750, ONLY 151 miles, Ultra Blue Metallic, Owner has clean title, E-mail for pictures, cclagett1961@aol.com. $6,000 OBO. 301-332-6321. 2005 Suzuki Jr. 50. Excellent condition and priced to sell. First one with $550 cash can have it. Great for a young beginner. 240-434-0120.

CHILD CARE
I am seeking part time daycare (3 days a week) for my 4 and 2 year old girls in the St. Leonard school district. We are in need of care ASAP. Looking for hours appx 8 to 5:30. Please email me at strozida@co.cal.md.us (my work) if you have availability. Openings in my daycare, For Infant and 2andUp. 2meals / 2snack. Art / Craft / Learning Activties. Large play room. Largeback yard. Patuxent/Appeal School,Lic for 25 +yrCpr/First aid/ sids. My daycare around the corner from lusby post office POC accepted.Open at 6am earlier if needed close at 6pm. 410-394-3768. New daycare has openings for ages 2 & up. large indoor/outdoor play area, story time arts & crafts a.m. & p.m. snacks located in St. Leonard for more info/prices call Loretta @ 410-326-1693. Two St. Marys College professors are looking for an experienced full-time care provider for their infants, who will be 12 months and 16 months in September 2008. The care provider will watch both infants together in our homes for approximately 40 hours a week with the possibility of additional hours. Please contact zbennett@smcm. edu or jjtickle@smcm. edu.

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For sale by Owner-- Delightful corner lot colonial home located in Historic Leonardtown within walking distance of all services, stores, restaurants, pubs & hospital. This spacious home includes Master Suite with adjoining sitting room and walk in closet, 2 additional Bedrooms plus a finished 20 X 14 bonus room, 2 1/2 baths, hardwood flooring throughout, gas fireplace, 2 car side loading garage, paved driveway, rear deck, detached storage barn and many more amenities. Just a 15 mile commute to PAX River Naval Base. Please call (301) 997-1035 to schedule your private viewing of this property. Price: $439,000. Beautifuly renovated townhome with 4 bedrooms 3.5 Baths, upgrades include, new dura ceramic flooring in eat in kitchen, and all 3.5 Baths. Brand new granite countertops, all brand new upgraded maytag stainless steel appliances, all new upgraded frieze carpeting & padding. New wood floors in finished basement with wet bar. Fresh paint throughout. Home also has 2 gas fireplaces, a deck off the kitchen, and a patio off the basement area, and a fenced yard that backs to the woods!!! This is probably the nicest home in the desireable southwinds subdivison. 3% Commision payed to agents. Call Bill @ (240) 375-8889. Possiable rent with option, for serious buyers. Price: $299,900. Nice Updated Brick Townhome with large fenced yard, 1 mile from PAX, new carpet, all appliances replaced. Call Beth at 301-904-4764. Price: $149,900. Charming 3 Bedrooms and Den Rambler. 2 Bathrooms. Shed in backyard. Close to shopping, schools, playground. Community swimming pool and tennis courts. Walking paths throughout community. Why rent when you can purchase. No real estate fees permitting you to own. Call to make an appointment to see the home at your convenience. 301-8437157. Price: $265,000. This home is situated on over 4 acres of level land in Hollywood. It features commercial grade stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops, custom cabinets, stone fireplace in kitchen, fireplace in 1st floor family room, dual staircase, two story octagon shaped room with an overlook in second floor, 4 large bedrooms, 3.5 baths, hardwood in most of first floor, audio wiring throughout the whole house including backyard and in 3 car side loading garage, approx. 650 sq. ft. childrens retreat on second floor. This home has way too many features to list. Call for more information or to view the home. Ask for Scott 301.904.0982! Owner is a licensed Agent. Price: $689,900.

REAL ESTATE
For sale or rent by owner. Ready for immediate occupancy. Home located in desirable dorchester neighborhood. Within walking distance of westlake school. Close to shopping, schools, and playgrounds. Perfect for first time homebuyers. No brokers. Owner and buyer will realize savings. Price recently reduced to $265,000. Also available for rent at $1450.00 Per month. Call Marie today for a showing of this wonderful find. 301-752-1273. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION/ PRICED TO SELL! Spacious 4 bedroom 2 1/2 bath colonial in pristine condition. 2.5 acres on cul de sac, private backyard, Bolivian Rosewood hardwood floors, exceptionally large master suite, master bath has double sink, garden tub w/ ceramic tile surrounding and separate shower, 8ft deep front porch with ceiling fans, 12 x 24 Amish built shed with loft, walking distance to St. Marys River State Park, SMECO power saver home. Call 301-904-2650. Price: $419,900. New Price!! Beautiful Custom Home at the end of a cul-de-sac that is tucked back on large lot that backs to protected land. Almost 3000 sq ft finished living space, 1400 sq ft unfinished basement w/rough-in for BA- Fenced in back yardShed- 2 Car Garage-Custom 42 kitchen cabinets, stainless steel appliances. Extensive Crown Molding first level, wood floors, 9ft ceilings, office. Sep Laundry rm on upper level-Lg Master bath w/jets- Large Custom Closets- Lots of storage space! No HOA! Call me for your tour today! You will love this house! Price: $459,900. Call 443-623-2987. Wonderful Waterfront on St Marys River. 100 of riverfront with plenty of land to build your dream home. Quiet, serene and peaceful wih beautiful views. Approved perc. Permit previously obtained for 4BD custom home. Close to NAS Pax River and St Marys College. Priced below appraised value of $350K. Ready to build on. www. heronlane.com. Price: $339,000. 240-298-7303. Wooded 7.25 acre lot with a 5 bedroom septic installed and ready to build. There is currently a 2 bed/2bath mobile home on site being sold as is. All you need is a building permit and well. Additional acerage available with ponds and well if interested. Price: $179,900. 240-298-7032. Lovely 6.25 acre building lot. Plenty of hardwood trees, level home site. Perced. Private beach access. Located in beautiful Park Chesapeake in Lusby, MD. Conveniently located in southern Calvert County. Call 301-9048483 for more information. Price: $250,000.

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Seeking a part-time receptionist from 8:00 or 8:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Monday through Friday in general practice law firm in Waldorf, Maryland. Primary duties will be to respond to telephone calls and clients in perso. Must communicate both in appearance and verballyl in professional manner. Minimal clerical duties. If interested, please forward work experience, education, and salary requirements to PalmquistLaw@verizon.net. Creative Touch Salon, Spa and Fitness is expanding rapidly! If you are serious about working in the beauty industry and have a valid Maryland license as a cosmetologist, nail technician or massage therapist, then we need to hear from you. Creative Touch has a full ladies fitness center in the back of the salon and spa which was established over three years ago. Our cosmetologists are able to perform services such as hair cutting/chemical services, facials, waxing, manicures and pedicures. Get to know your clients on all levels of your state license. Our nail technicians are very unique. They are able to use a brand new acrylic system that is low in odar and goes on the natural nail without having to use the drill. The nail technicians also are able to perform all levels of manicures and pedicures. Our massage therapy services are in high demand in our location. We offer all levels of massage services. If you are interested in working in a relaxed environment and are a team player, Creative Touch would like to hear from you. The interview will be confidential. All reception and shampoo positions have been filled. All cosmetologists, nail technicians and massage therapists who would like to be interviewed, please contact Darlene @ 301751-0096. Do not hesitate, the positions will fill fast!

Motivated Sales Reps needed to assist homeowners in or near foreclosure. 2 positions available. Work from our office to help deserving homeowners who are behind on their bills. Position involves extensive phone contact. Note taking and problem solving skills are essential. This is a job for quick learners who can think fast on their feet. Sales experience preferred. Work hours are flexible. Our office has a friendly and professional atmosphere. Conveniently located in the heart of Waldorf. Please call 301-638-9211 and ask for Mrs. Shirley Brown to set up an interview. Looking for qualified Senior Staff teachers. Must be 19 years of age. Must meet Senior Staff Qualifications and have Orange Card. Great working environment and competitive pay. Please call Melissa at 301-3737882 or email Melissa at Metaz53@yahoo.com Chesapeake Beachs finest restaurant is searching for the finest employees to fill the position above. Prior experience is preferred. We offer health insurance, 401K, and other benefits. Apply in person, email or fax resume to 301-855-1119. We are an EEOC. Office clean-up person needed with reliable transportation five nights a week in the Lexington Park area. Background check is required. Call 301-997-1400 for interview.

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I have two mercury 80hp 800 series outboards. They both run great and both have controls. One looks very clean and is in very good condition, one looks okay but runs good Ill sell the one for $500 or both for $800. I can start up both and demo for serious buyers 240-434-8705. 16ft tri hull boat with ezloader trailer boat is a bow rider and is in decent shape. no motor but have motors avalible for extra cost $600 240- 4348705.

GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Selling Chest freezer no longer have a need for. Still in good working condition. If interested please call 240-925-0005 or email hillsl2@localnet.com. Price: $50. This is a new never used soft 3 person hot tub. We paid $400.00 for it and decided not to use it. It is a portable messaging spa. If you would like to see it, call 443-295-7224. $300.

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Positions are available at 2 of our locations. Current MD Pharmacist License required. Full or part time schedules are possible. Competitive salary and benefits. Send resume and salary requirements to: McKays Fine Food & Pharmacy P.O. Box 98 Hollywood, MD 20636 Or Fax to Human Resources. 301-373-5338. For further information, call 301-373-5848. McKays is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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July 1, 2008
Charles Edward Johnson, Jr. 35 Leonardtown, Maryland Lisa Janine Underwood 36 Leonardtown, Maryland Thomas Albers Stickel, Jr. 29 Nanjemoy, Maryland Brandy Dawn Chamberlain 25 Nanjemoy, Maryland Jannette Elizabeth Cassell 21 Lusby, Maryland Amber Amanda McCleaf 21 Hollywood, Maryland Patrick Russell Hill 25 Chaptico, Maryland Elizabeth Ann Johnson 25 Hollywood, Maryland Quinten Dewitt Blackwell 45 Lexington Park, Maryland Elizabeth Denise Young 42 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 17, 2008


David Wade Allison 52 Prince Frederick, Maryland Sandra Baker Unekis 50 Prince Frederick, Maryland

Janna Lisa Caringola 31 Lexington Park, Maryland James Patrick Taylor 38 Lusby, Maryland Kimberly Michelle Knott 34 Lusby, Maryland

Melissa Ann Nenstiel 23 Lexington Park, Maryland James Ryan Spicer 28 Huntingtown, Maryland Wendy Elizabeth Bonner 25 Huntingtown, Maryland Samuel Wayne Slater 23 Glen Burnie, Maryland Danielle Rose Lynch 23 Glen Burnie, Maryland Christopher Michael Bauer 32 Lusby, Maryland Linda Gloria Dionne 36 Lusby, Maryland

July 8, 2008
Jeffrey Alan Hawks, Jr. 26 Lexington Park, Maryland Kelly Marie Cusick 29 Lexington Park, Maryland George Michael Hardesty, Jr. 20 Lexington Park, Maryland Amanda Marie Johnston 21 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 18, 2008


Charles Timothy Moore Hollywood, Maryland Ashley Marie White Hollywood, Maryland Charles Edmund Faser Rockville, Maryland Stefanie Jo Tincher Rockville, Maryland 27 23 38 35

July 22, 2008


Charles Andrew Ball 39 Clements, Maryland Michelle Marie Griffin 28 Clements, Maryland John Richard Grau 26 Lexington Park, Maryland Rachel Ralston Stapp 23 Lexington Park, Maryland Miguel Angel VelascoGonzales 43 Montgomery Village, Maryland Crystal Marie Rigdon 22 Montgomery Village, Maryland

July 2, 2008
Shannon Frank Scaff 35 LaPlata, Maryland Jessica Ann Austin 30 Chaptico, Maryland Kyle Richard Hill 20 Lexington Park, Maryland Diana Louise Hall 19 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 14, 2008


William Matthew Ridgell, Sr. 40 Mechanicsville, Maryland Marcia Lynn Morgan 37 Mechanicsville, Maryland Jonathan Craig Rainey, Sr. 25 Leonardtown, Maryland Nichole Yon Carter 31 Leonardtown, Maryland Daniel Ryan Young 22 St. Marys City, Maryland Rebecca Jean Hammett 21 St. Marys City, Maryland

July 9, 2008
David Wayne Adkins 25 Leonardtown, Maryland Brittanie Rae Long 24 Leonardtown, Maryland Terrance Lovell Harvey, Sr. 33 Lexington Park, Maryland Kellie Marie Darnall 32 Lexington Park, Maryland Thomas Patrick Walsh, IV 23 Lexington Park, Maryland Molly Marie Grinder 22 Lexington Park, Maryland Michael Tibor Kuhma 25 Temple Hills, Maryland Jamie Lee Arneson 24 Temple Hills, Maryland Richard Paul Fortin, Sr. 75 Leonardtown, Maryland Maureen Elizabeth Fortin 64 Leonardtown, Maryland Stephen Michael Colvin 23 Lusby, Maryland Wendie Marie Crouch 27 Lusby, Maryland

Robert Louis Osecky 44 Hollywood, Maryland Hope Anne Brunk 31 Hollywood, Maryland Terell Akeem Wideman 18 Patuxent River, Maryland Alisha Dennise Mimay 17 Lexington Park, Maryland James Edward Meek 31 Hollywood, Maryland Dawn Michelle Labare 29 Hollywood, Maryland Michael Levon Smith 47 Great Mills, Maryland Stephanie Jo Jordan 34 Great Mills, Maryland

July 28, 2008


Lance Edward Draheim 22 Bishopville, Maryland Lauren Ashley Magee 21 Bishopville, Maryland John Martin Wible 26 Hollywood, Maryland Eleshia Ann Mulligan 35 Hollywood, Maryland

July 3, 2008
Gregory Allen Mattingly 26 Abell, Maryland Amanda Lynn Pilkerton 24 Abell, Maryland Frank James Adams, Jr. 38 FPO AE9550-2873 Jennifer Eileen Fulks 38 Lexington Park, Maryland Thomas Alexander Haney 24 Great Mills, Maryland Shervyse Jonell Kenion 18 Great Mills, Maryland

July 23, 2008


Travis Wayne Roberts 24 LaPlata, Maryland Marisa Elaine Van Roon 26 LaPlata, Maryland Nicholas Adam Thompson 20 Great Mills, Maryland Christina Elizabeth Hargroves 20 Great Mills, Maryland

July 29, 2008


Tyler Colin Humphrey 28 Piney Point, Maryland Perlisha Ann Wells 27 Piney Point, Maryland Ivan Jesus Vazquez 31 Leonardtown, Maryland Bonnie Lisa Barrett 47 Leonardtown, Maryland David Anthony Dexter 38 Lexington Park, Maryland Sarah Christine Shaw 29 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 15, 2008


Donald Robert Williams, Jr. 41 Clements, Maryland Samantha Dee Murray 35 Clements, Maryland Jason Andrew Russell 24 California, Maryland Lee Ann Juday 34 California, Maryland

July 21, 2008


Charles Edward Owens 61 Hollywood, Maryland Janice Margaret Higgs 56 Hollywood, Maryland Peter James Moran 46 Arlington, Virginia Elizabeth Cecelia Porter 40 Arlington, Virginia Richard Wayne Baird, Sr. 53 Bushwood, Maryland Theresa Lynn Abell 41 Bushwood, Maryland Mortimer Thomas Bowling, Jr. 29 Mechanicsville, Maryland Amy Susanne Butterworth 33 Mechanicsville, Maryland Alan James Fijalkowski 26 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 24, 2008


Dennis Keith Spencer 45 Lexington Park, Maryland Jill Leann Heck 45 Great Mills, Maryland

July 7, 2008
Bradley Shayne Cummings 31 Patuxent River, Maryland Danielle Lee Sheats 30 Patuxent River, Maryland James Wesley McReynolds 40 California, Maryland Deborah Anne Riley 39 California, Maryland Samuel Ray Carter, Jr. 31 Valley Lee, Maryland Heather Rae Wynne 27 Valley Lee, Maryland Gregory Allen Malinowski 19 Lusby, Maryland

July 16, 2008


William Curtis Hager 19 Mechanicsville, Maryland Jennifer Marie Beavers 22 Mechanicsville, Maryland Robert Antonio Statam 26 Lexington Park, Maryland Alexis Danielle Digennaro 25 Lexington Park, Maryland Christopher Martin Mcafee 26 Belfast, N. Ireland Sarah Michelle Smallwood 27 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 25, 2008


Charles Bryan Jones 44 Lexington Park, Maryland Kara Lynn Mattingly 40 Lexington Park, Maryland Edwing Elias Narvarez 27 Lexington Park, Maryland Gema Betania Zeas 22 Lexington Park, Maryland James Travis Wolfe 30 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 30, 2008


James Aubrey Pulliam 39 Lexington Park, Maryland Catherine Anne Woodburn 35 Lexington Park, Maryland

July 10, 2008


Charles Stephen Russell 24 Leonardtown, Maryland Grace Adele Roy 19 Leonardtown, Maryland

July 31, 2008


William Charles Garrity, Jr. 20 Lusby, Maryland Lauren Elizabeth Brown 19 Hollywood, Maryland

July 11, 2008


Anton Jeffrey Geisz, Jr. 23 Owings Mills, Maryland

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