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www, , ~ THE JOURNAL Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015 3 . ,: i ,, ...... .... BERNARD W. VANDEWEERT SR. Bernard W. VanDeWeert Sr., 84, well-known resident of 76 Dayton Ln., Towanda, Pa., passed away Jan. 9, 2015 at his home surrounded by his loving and devoted family. Surviving are nine children, twin daughters, Linda and Lois VanDeWeert of Towanda, Diane Bride and her husband David Bride of Towanda, Brenda Buchholz and her husband William Buchholz of King George, Va., Garry VanDeWeert and his wife Linda VanDeWeert of Towanda, Floyd VanDeWeert and his wife Lori VanDeWeert of Towanda, Cheryl VanDeWeert of Towanda, BernardVanDeWeert Jr. of Virginia, Patti Hartmann and her husband Rob Hartmann of Towanda; 27 grandchildren Heather C., Kevin, Rebecca, Lillea, Christa, Heather B., Sara, Andrew, Willie, Nikki, Carrie, Hannah, Kelly, Mo, Jessi, Jenni, Kate, Ella, Brenda, Richard, Lewis, Maggie,. Olivia, Emily, Dylan, Jessica and Mason; 27 great:grandchildren Casey, Seth, Alex, Rylan, Owen, Landon, Rae Anne, Cody, Taylor, Ryan, Dylan, Kyleigh, Grace, Madison, Tate, Molly, Ali, Kristi, Liam, Colton, Carter, Elijah, Ava, S!dney, Marley, Aubrey, and Weston; brothers Garrett VanDeWeert and wife Joyce of Harford Mills, N.Y., Ronald VanDeWeert of Marathon, N.Y., John VanDeWeert and wife Hummy of Dryden, N.Y.; sisters Carol Morgan and husband Albert of Dryden, N.Y., Elaine Fergus and husband Jim of Ithaca, N.Y.; sister-in-law Priscilla Fierro of Virginia; several nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by" his beloved wife of 56 years, Pat, on Dec. 17, 2009; brother and sister-in-law Henry and Helen VanDeWeert; grandson Tate Hendrik Blokzyl and; brother-in-law, Floyd Turner. The family received friends Jan. 11 at the Maryott-Bowen Funeral Home in Towanda, Pa. The Towanda Elks Lodge No. 2191 had a service of remembrance at the funeral home. The funeral service was Jan. 12, 2015 at the funeral home. Towanda American Legion post No. 42 accorded military honors at the funeral home. Interment was in the Cole Cemetery, Towanda Twp., Pa. r THURSDAY, JANUARY 22 later if it is incorrect. Northumberland County SATURDAY, FEB. 14 Democrat Meetomg, 6 p.m. at DRHT Half Marathon. Visit the Public Library in Heathsville. http://www.racetimingunlimited. This will be a challenging year for org/R/DTH/Info.aspx for more info Northumberland Democrats. An or to register to compete. election for County Supervisor La Plata High School 23rd annual and School Board will be held in antique show and sale. At La Plata November for Districts 1, 4 and 5. High School, 6035 Radio Station While some of the seats are non- Road, La Plata, MD 20646, with free partisan, our Demo tatic"Idea!s ":parking: ......... ................. mandate that we field a candidate for each position. This will be one item The La Plata High School Music of discussion for our meeting. Program announces its 23rd Annual Antique Show and Sale. The show SATURDAY, JANUARY 24 will be held on Saturday, February The Northern Neck Audubon f4th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Society will conduct a bird walk Sunday, Februaryl5th, 2015fromll at Hughlett Point Natural Area a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information Preserve at 1 p.m. Please call Frank contact Karen Andreas at 301-259- Schaff at 804-462-0084 to let him 2411 or know you are coming in case the walk is cancelled. For NNAS information and events, visit www. Friends next meeting is at 2 p.m. on Jan. 24 at the Smoot Library, Meeting Room B...that should be next Saturday. If Jan. 24 is not the very next Saturday that you encounter then please come on the very next Saturday that you do encounter and we will apologize SAVE THE DATE for the 3rd Annual Virginia Run for the Fallen. Kick-off will be Thursday, April 30, 2015 in Ft. Story VA. Runners will follow the 240- mile memorial trail through VA. ]he Run is to finish Sunday, May 3 in Arlington National Cemetery in No.VA. Details and route maps can be found at www.varunforthefallen. org. ance The King George High School Theater Department is rehearsing the children's play"Peter Pan and Wendy" based on the novel by J.M. Barrie and adapted by Doug Rand. Performances will be at 7 p.m. Jan. 28-31at King George High School. Cost is $6; children 6 and under are free. Dinner will be offered at 5:30 p.m. for $5. Pictured are the Lost Boys -- Allison McDonald as Nibs; Bree Lide as Slightly; Sam Settle as Tootles; Sara Galan and Lilith Turman as theTwins. 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Forty-four Members of the North- ern Neck Region, AACA gathered on January 11 for their annual banquet and to officially install the 2015 offi- cers and board members. This year's guest speaker was club member and former Ford Motor Company ex- ecutive, Jim Glass Jim's excellent presentation provided insight into the Ford family as well as some light- hearted pokes at the other car manu- factures. Barbara Saunders of the Nomini Baptist Church in Montross provided the food service. In addi- tion to the installation of officers, the President's Award was presented to several members in recognition of their outstanding membership and significant contributions to the club. Awardees were: outgoing Vice President Wayne Burgess, outgoing Treasurer Mae Lynne Guest, Harry & Kathy Harrison, Dwayne Schnaken- berg, Cheryl Melton. "Social secretary" Sherry Gatton presented fun awards plaques to: Harry & Kathy Harrison for Top Raffle Ticket Sales by a couple/team; Paul Stosch for Top Raffle Ticket Sales by an individual, Gloria Burgess for her Behind the Scenes Support to the vice president and the entire club, J. R. Roscher theTuff 2 B Kool Award for attending a club event w/convertible top down in inclement weather, Ted Thomas the Fair Appreciation Award, Peyton Guest the Lost Traveler's Award-Tool box for getting lost on rs, the ~Ibur, Brent Gatton the Lead Foot Silver Boot for speeding, Caitlin Thomas the Silver Shoe Horn for ,accepting editor position, Dwayne Schnakenberg the"Cow"culator for accepting treasurer's position, and Peyton & Mae Lynne Guest the Ant Yard Art for hosting the annual club picnic at their farm. The Northern Neck Region is affiliated with the international Antique Automobile Club of America and meets at the Callao Business Center every 2nd Thursday each month. For more information about the Northern Neck Region, or the AACA, please contact Ward Sevila at 804-580-4177 or email wsevila@